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Call for papers

Instructions for authors

The organizers invite proposals for two types of short papers (3,000 – 4,000 words in length) based on the conference section themes:

  1. Theory notes
  2. Research notes

Please submit a paper proposal with a 300-word abstract, author details, institutional affiliation, and section theme to: ipeconference at warwick dot ac dot uk

Deadline for paper proposals: 3rd October 2014
Notification of paper acceptance: 31st October 2014
 

Conference section themes
  1. The changing geography of International Political Economy
  2. Global development and International Political Economy
  3. Gender in International Political Economy
  4. Everyday and Cultural Political Economy
  5. New actors and networks in International Political Economy

 

New Directions in International Political Economy

The aim of this conference is to explore cutting-edge research and new research agendas in the field of International Political Economy (IPE).

Theory notes

Theory notes should make a straightforward intervention in an ongoing theoretical or conceptual debate or dilemma that speaks directly to one of the conference section themes on New Directions in IPE. Theory notes should make an important and compelling argument about theoretical innovation and theory development in IPE, and should demonstrate the relevance to empirical research and how this advances the ‘state of the art’ in the field.

Research notes

Research notes should make a novel and focused contribution to empirical knowledge that speaks directly to one of the conference section themes on New Directions in IPE. Research notes should include preliminary empirical findings that demonstrate the importance and novelty of the research, as well as their relevance to important theoretical or empirical discussions in the field.