Our Work

We organise regular conferences and workshops in Europe, as well as running a regular trip to observe the German federal elections.

But most of all, we publish the prestigious scholarly journal German Politics, which is the premier English language outlet for high-quality academic social science research on Germany.

In 15 years since its launch, German Politics has established itself as the leading international journal in its field. Its mission is to provide theoretically informed perspectives on the changing agendas of German Politics. It engages with themes that connect Germany comparatively with other states - the challenges of globalisation, changes in international relations, and the widening and deepening of the European Union. It also links work on Germany to wider debates and issues in comparative politics, public policy, political behaviour, and political theory.

German Politics is published for times a year by Routledge. The editors welcome submissions from scholars of German political economy, law and society of German-speaking countries, as well as on issues related to German and comparative politics. German Politics is available at reduced rates to both full and postgraduate members of the IASGP as part of their membership subscriptions.

Peer Review All articles in this journal have been subject to review by two anonymous referees.

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Funding Opportunities

Priority given to doctoral students, early career scholars, and those who are unable to access appropriate funding at their own institutions.

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Checkout our membership benefits such as getting the latest version of the journal, invitations to IASGP events and more.

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