New Articles  IR  PS
Today: 18 7 12
Yesterday: 39 8 34
Past 7d: 237 92 172
Past 30d: 1058 340 818


Twitter: @ObserveIR

Political Quarterly

Publisher: Wiley
Founded in: 1930
Category: PS (This is based on the Web of Science categorization.)
URL: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/1467923x
Twitter: @po_qu
Partnership with Publons: No (Read more on how political science journals use Publons.)
Open Access: No
Open References: No (Find out more on the website of the Initiative for Open Citations.)


 

Articles

(The following only lists papers published after 15. August 2018.)

From Interdependency to Co‐dependency: Changing Relations in UK and Devolved Governments Post‐Brexit
        2018-10-17

The Brexit Negotiations and Financial Services: A Two‐Level Game Analysis
        2018-10-17

Discussing Brexit—Could We Do Better?
        2018-10-17

The Third Era of British Euroscepticism: Brexit as a Paradigm Shift
        2018-10-16

Who is in Control? Brexit and the Westminster Model
        2018-10-12

HAS SOCIAL DEMOCRACY FAILED IN BRITAIN?
        2018-10-10

COMMENTARY
        2018-10-10

Britain's Economic Problems—Do Our Institutions Help or Hinder?
        2018-10-10

THE CASE AGAINST A REFERENDUM
        2018-10-10

The Report of the Royal Commission on the Constitution 1969–1973
        2018-10-10

SOCIALISM OR SOCIAL DEMOCRACY? THE CHOICE FOR THE LABOUR PARTY
        2018-10-10

THE PROBLEMS OF THE LABOUR PARTY
        2018-10-10

THE HOUSE OF COMMONS AND TAXATION
        2018-10-10

FORTY YEARS ON?
        2018-10-10

SCOTTISH NATIONALISM
        2018-10-10

THE Killing OF THE Scotland Bill
        2018-10-10

Good Governance for Prosperity and Justice
        2018-10-09

Dying Quietly: English Suburbs and the Stiff Upper Lip
        2018-09-27

From Maggie to May: Forty Years of (De)industrial Strategy
        2018-09-26

Is Britain ready for a constitutional convention? A rejoinder
        2018-09-26

Enduring racisms
        2018-09-22

Leadership: ‘not everything that counts can be counted’
        2018-09-22

America Gerrymanders on—For the Moment?
        2018-09-21

The Muslim Brotherhood is not the only game in (the Middle Eastern) town
        2018-09-20

An American in Europe and a ‘European’ in America
        2018-09-19

Ethnic and Religious Diversity in the Politics of Suburban London
        2018-09-17

Drug policy is like the Loch Ness Monster
        2018-09-17

Is South Korea as Leftist as It Gets? Labour Market Policy Reforms under the Moon Presidency
        2018-09-12

What is to be done? The eternal question
        2018-09-12

Basic income? It's snake oil
        2018-09-12

Trump's perilous consistency
        2018-09-10

Gordon Brown, flawed perfectionist
        2018-09-10

Alan Maynard: A Sceptical Economist and His View of Health Care and Health Policy
        2018-09-03

Contemporary Conservatism and the Politics of Diversity
        2018-08-25

England, Englishness and the Labour Party
        2018-08-25

The Salisbury Poisoning Case and German–Russian Relations: Ambiguity and Ambivalence
        2018-08-22

Fully Symmetric Federalism—a Bold Idea, but One that's not Demanded: A Response to Bruce Ackerman
        2018-08-21

Higher Education a Market Like Any Other?
        2018-08-21

Millennial Bugs. A Review of the Resolution Foundation's Intergenerational Commission Final Report
        2018-08-21

Why Symmetry may not be the Answer to the UK's Constitutional Unsettlement: A Response to Bruce Ackerman
        2018-08-21

Democracy—Defend Yourself or Die: A Response to Bruce Ackerman
        2018-08-21

Trump is Here to Stay
        2018-08-20

Towards Popular Sovereignty: A Response to Bruce Ackerman's ‘Dis‐United Kingdom: Constitutional Choices after Brexit’
        2018-08-20