Funding Opportunities

For some years, the IASGP has permitted its members to bid for workshop funding, where this may lead to a special issue of German Politics (for sums up to £1,500).


Recent contributions by the IASGP:

* Let the cobbler stick to his last? Issue salience in sub-national party manifestos. A research project conducted by Martin Gross (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), Svenja Krauss (University of Essex) and Katrin Praprotnik (Danube-University of Krems)

* Parties under Pressure. The Politics of Party Reform in West European Christian Democracy. A research project conducted by Matthias Dilling (University of Oxford)

In practice take-up of this has been quite limited, and we are now advised by the Editor-in-Chief of the journal that there is no shortage of special issue proposals, and indeed having this requirement for seminar funding may be unhelpful to the purposes of the journal (with applicants feeling they need to have a full special issue proposal rather than a smaller “symposium” of pieces, for example.

Applicant Proposal

Read our applicant proposal outline by Ed Turner, Co-Secretary

Submit your proposal

Send your questions and proposals to

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