The Greek Politics Specialist Group welcomes scholarly working papers, as well as preliminary or interim reports of ongoing research. There is no word limit, although we would encourage prospective contributors to aim for a length of 3,000 – 4,000 words (research reports) and 4,000 – 8,000 words (full papers). Featuring your paper on our website has many benefits as it can attract experts and interested parties who may then wish to promote your work or provide you with valuable feedback.
Since 2004, the GPSG has funded and supported tens of scholars and junior researchers in order to participate and present their work to international conferences, such as the annual conference of the Political Studies Association (PSA) and the world congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA).
More than 110 of these conference papers are now available online and can be accessed in our PSA Conference Panels section.
- WP27 – June 2016 – Rosa Vasilaki – Policing the Greek Crisis: Public Order and Civil Unrest in Times of Turmoil
- WP26 – May 2016 – Angelos Karagiannis – Assessing leadership in Greek schools
- WP25 – March 2016 – Emmanuel Sigalas – Economic Crisis and Parliamentary Autonomy: Evidence from the Greek Parliament
- WP24 – February 2016 – Cemaliye Beysoylu – Local Political Responses to European Integration: The case of North Cyprus
- WP23 – December 2015 – Constantine Boussalis, Travis G. Coan – Tracing the Narrative of Hate in the Rising Greek Far-Right
- WP22 – November 2015 – Ioannis Andreadis, Evangelia Kartsounidou and Charalampos Chatzimallis – Innovation, an answer to lack of funding: the 2015 Hellenic National Election Voter Study
- WP21 – May 2015 – George Diakoumakos – Greek politics and culture: Identifying the key patterns of political perceptions and cultural practices
- WP20 – March 2015 – Konstantinos Margaritis – The Constitutional Amendment as a Radical Action: the Case of Greece
- WP19 – January 2015 – Ioannis Kostakis – The determinants of households’ savings during the recession: Evidence from Greece
- WP18 – December 2014 – Georgios Karyotis, Dimitris Skleparis – Migrant Lived Experiences and Resistance to the Securitisation of Migration in Greece
- WP17 – November 2014 – Joana Amaral – Mediating Among the Elites and the Grassroots: A Research Design on Differential Community Support for Peace Settlements in Cyprus and Northern Ireland
- WP16 – October 2014 – Michelangelo Paganopoulos – The Gift of the Monks and the Economic Avaton of Athos: Re-evaluating the relationship between Church and State in Greece
- WP15 – June 2014 – Charalambos Tsekeris, Theodore Tsekeris, Vasilis Theodoris – Economic Crisis, Social Capital and Civil Society: From Social Networks to Economic Growth
- WP14 – September 2013 – Ioanna Ntampoudi – The Eurozone Crisis and the Politics of Blaming: Narratives, Identities and Discursive Patterns
- WP13 – July 2013 – Katerina Loukidou – Formal and Informal Civil Society Associations in Greece: Two sides of the same coin?
- WP12 – April 2013 – Panos Petridis – From economism to autonomy: A Greek economic emergency and the transformative vision of degrowth
- WP11 – November 2012 – George Pleios, Stamatis Poulakidakos, Anastasia Veneti – Representations of terrorism in online media: a comparative examination of UK, Germany, Greece and Turkey
- WP10 – April 2012 – Eleni Christodoulou – Greek Politics and Passion(s): Reconstituting National Identity in the Midst of Financial Crisis
- WP09 – December 2011 – George Aspridis and Marina Petrelli – Civil Servants’ Permanent Tenure in Greece
- WP08 – November 2011 – Eoin Drea – Repeating the Mistakes of Austerity? Lessons for Greece for the Irish Economic Experience of the 1920s and 1930s
- WP07 – April 2011 – Andrew Liaropoulos – Cyber-Security and the Law of War: The Legal and Ethical Aspects of Cyber-Conflict
- WP06 – November 2010 – George Aspridis – The Evaluation of Human Resources in Modern Public Management
- WP05 – April 2010 – Angelos Gkanoutas-Leventis – Greece and the EMU: The Realignment of an Evolving Public Opinion
- WP04 – January 2010 – Manto Lampropoulou – Public utilities reform in Greece: Privatization, market liberalization and implications for citizens as consumers
- WP03 – November 2009- Eleni Ganiti – The Military Dictatorship of April 1967 in Greece and its repercussion on the Greek visual arts scene
- WP02 – October 2009 – Sofia Chatzidi – British Policy v. Greek Policy for Regulating the Illegal Trade of Antiquities
- WP01 – July 2009 – Maria Fola – Nation Branding: the nation as a product [in Greek]
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