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Call for Papers – Special issue in the Journal of Institutional Economics

3 February 2022

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Crisis and Persistence: Dynamics of institutional changes at the interface between formal and informal institutions. Edited by The Friday Association for Institutional StudiesCall for papers illustration

On behalf of the Friday Association for Institutional Studies (a collective including members of the Birkbeck Centre for Political Economy and Institutional Studies (CPEIS), the Centre for Comparative Studies of Emerging Economies at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES UCL) and the Institute for International Management (IIM) at Loughborough University London), we are pleased to announce the following call for contributions to a special issue in the Journal of Institutional Economics.

This call follows up on our 4th annual London workshop on institutional studies (which was held online on 23 and 24 September 2021). Papers presented at the workshop, as well as new submissions will be considered.

More information and instructions on how to make a submission can be found here

joie_si_cfp_institutional_change_final.pdf

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SUBMISSION

Full papers should be submitted by 23 June 2022 through the journal submission platform, specifying the paper is to be considered for this special issue (SI: Crises). We aim for a hard copy publication in early 2024, but accepted papers will be published online within a few weeks of acceptance. Our objective will be to select enough papers for reviews to produce a full issue in the JOIE, i.e. 8 to 10 papers accepted for publication. We will aim to have no less than 20% of the articles selected for the review process by authors from any one gender.

JOIE attempts to establish a forum for ongoing conversation on key institutional issues. In this way, it aims to make contributions to scholarship cumulative, rather than fragmented and less consequential. Therefore, JOIE asks that authors refer, where relevant and appropriate, to previous contributions published on its pages, as well as from elsewhere. It is possible that your paper will be sent to referees who have published on your topic in JOIE. They may note any failure to cite their work.

QUERIES

For any queries, please contact the guest editors: Dr Elodie Douarin (e.douarin@ucl.ac.uk) and Dr Gerhard Schnyder (G.Schnyder@lboro.ac.uk)    

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