Saturday, December 15, 2018

Working Papers

The Greek Politics Specialist Group welcomes scholarly working papers, as well as preliminary or interim reports of ongoing research. There is no word limit, although we would encourage prospective contributors to aim for a length of 3,000 – 4,000 words (research reports) and 4,000 – 8,000 words (full papers). Featuring your paper on our website has many benefits as it can attract experts and interested parties who may then wish to promote your work or provide you with valuable feedback.

Since 2004, the GPSG has funded and supported tens of scholars and junior researchers in order to participate and present their work to international conferences, such as the annual conference of the Political Studies Association (PSA) and the world congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA).

More than 110 of these conference papers are now available online and can be accessed in our PSA Conference Panels section.

WP31 – November 2018

Evgenia (Jenny) Eleni Mavropoulou -Mapping the far-right vote in the European electoral arena: The Greek far-right in cross-national perspective

WP30 – May 2017

Special Mini-Series – Migrant Integration in Greece: Barriers to Multiculturalism Eugenia Vathakou & Vassiliki Lalagianni – Barriers and enablers to cultural integration: Insights from the community...

WP29 – April 2017

Special Mini-Series – Migrant Integration in Greece: Barriers to Multiculturalism Sotiris Petropoulos – Celebrity Migrants in Greece

WP28 – March 2017

Special Mini-Series – Migrant Integration in Greece: Barriers to Multiculturalism Sotiris Petropoulos – Migrant Brain Waste in Greece

WP27 – June 2016

Rosa Vasilaki – Policing the Greek Crisis: Public Order and Civil Unrest in Times of Turmoil

WP26 – May 2016

Angelos Karagiannis – Assessing leadership in Greek schools

WP25 – March 2016

Emmanuel Sigalas – Economic Crisis and Parliamentary Autonomy: Evidence from the Greek Parliament

WP24 – February 2016

Cemaliye Beysoylu – Local Political Responses to European Integration: The case of North Cyprus

WP23 – December 2015

Constantine Boussalis, Travis G. Coan – Tracing the Narrative of Hate in the Rising Greek Far-Right

WP22 – November 2015

Ioannis Andreadis, Evangelia Kartsounidou and Charalampos Chatzimallis – Innovation, an answer to lack of funding: the 2015 Hellenic National Election Voter Study

WP21 – May 2015

George Diakoumakos – Greek politics and culture: Identifying the key patterns of political perceptions and cultural practices

WP20 – March 2015

Konstantinos Margaritis – The Constitutional Amendment as a Radical Action: the Case of Greece

Disclaimer: The aim of the Working Paper series is to promote free dialogue, facilitate the exchange of views and provide researchers with a forum for feedback and interaction. The Greek Politics Specialist Group does not endorse the views expressed in the featured working papers. The views and opinions expressed are of the authors alone. Furthermore, the GPSG does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of any information.