Author Guidelines


The European Political Economy Review (EPER) is an international journal. It publishes empirical and theoretical papers on all aspects of European Political Economy. EPER defines European Political Economy in the broadest sense, covering topics such as:


       European integration and Europeanisation

       The European Common Market

       The European Monetary Union

       Transition in the new EU member states

       European labour markets and welfare states

       Legal developments regarding the EU

       EU external relations and international political economy


Papers from all perspectives and disciplines of the social sciences are encouraged, including economics, political science, international relations, sociology, psychology, history, and law. No particular research method is favoured. However, purely descriptive accounts are likely to fall outside of the Journal's scope.

A more detailed Call for Papers is available here.

  click here for a print version of the Author Guidelines


       Call for Papers

       Notes for Contributors

       Guide for Reviewers

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