The Public Sphere is a journal of international policy studies produced by postgraduate students at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s School of Public Policy.
We publish evidence-based research in economic policy, public management, international affairs, development studies and social policy. The journal offers contributors and readers an active space to rethink, critically analyse and address important policy problems. The Public Sphere welcomes submissions that contribute to vibrant debate from advanced students in relevant degree programs, academics and practitioners.
The Public Sphere Journal at the London School of Economics and Political Science is pleased to announce that submissions for the 2023 issue are now being accepted.
The Journal is currently seeking submissions related to the overarching theme, titled: “(de)Globalisation?”. The title is suggestive to the current perceived threats to an integrated world.
The upcoming issue will examine the theme of globalisation from different viewpoints, with a focus on the ongoing trends and challenges facing globalisation. This is a time of military confrontation, a worldwide recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, global macroeconomic phenomena, the pressing menace of climate change; accompanied by wider trends of long brewing of nationalism and populism globally, trade tensions, technological races and other disputes between global superpowers that look to shape the global order. The scale of some of humanity's biggest problems has long become global, and it requires a differential approach to understand and address these issues.
Posted on 16 Aug 2022More Announcements