Kellogg Center for PPE, Virginia Tech
The Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review:
An International Undergraduate Journal
Deadline: May 31, 2022
The Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Virginia Tech is pleased to announce a Call for Papers for the second issue of the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review (PPER).
We are currently soliciting papers from undergraduate students studying philosophy, political science, and economics as well as related subjects. We are accepting papers on topics across the field of PPE, including the history of moral, political, and economic thought, the methodology of the social sciences, formal methods, well-being and welfare theory, political economy, distributive justice, public choice, social choice, democratic theory, institutional design, social and economic growth, justice, and foundational questions of public policy.
Contributions should be in the form of full-length journal articles ranging from 5,000-8,000 words, anonymized, and include an abstract (up to 150 words). A separate title page that states the article’s title, author’s name, affiliation, degree, (anticipated) graduation date, and contact information should be included as well. The journal follows a double-blind review process. After articles are accepted by the journal editorial board, authors will be able to work with the associate editors of their articles to prepare their manuscripts for publication.
We ask that you please share this call for papers with any undergraduate students at your institution who may be interested in submitting their work to the journal.