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Evans School Review | Guidelines

Style Guidebook

The Evans School Review follows the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition).  While preparing your submission, please use the following conventions and be consistent throughout.

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Submissions Guidelines

Call for Submissions

 

The Evans School Review is an annual student-run publication produced by the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance that publishes graduate level research in areas such as:

  • policy analysis and evaluation
  • leadership
  • management, and decision-making
  • nonprofit management and philanthropy
  • environment and natural resource management
  • international development
  • metropolitan and regional policy
  • social policy: poverty, education, and social welfare
  • science and technology policy
  • public and financial management.

The Evans School Review is a great publishing opportunity for graduate students, faculty, and alumni to showcase their research.

Please check back for updates and announcements on our upcoming publication.

Please submit your papers as Word documents to ESRsubmissions@gmail.com.

Submission Types

The Evans School Review publishes work in each of the following sections:

1.      Research: includes policy analyses and research pieces of all policy areas

2.      Opinion-Editorial:  essays and think pieces relevant to current affairs and ongoing policy debates

3.      Book Review: showcases or reviews a work of literature, art, or film pertaining to relevant policy issues

4.      Feature (PCMI or Alumni submission): presents the work, accomplishments, or experiences of a PCMI student or Evans School alumna Abstracts are also accepted for work that is in-progress and not yet completed.

 

Basic requirements are that research papers are to be no more than 5,000 words in length, Opinion-editorials, book reviews, and features are to be no more than 1,500 words in length, and Abstracts should be at 500 words or less.

Work must be original and unpublished. Research and writing must be of graduate-level and of high quality. Work that is interesting, novel, and relevant to current policy debates will be highly regarded. Multiple submissions per individual are permitted; however, only one will be accepted for publication.

 

Check back often for more information including updates on style and submission requirements and feel free to send any questions you might have about the submission process to evansschoolreview@gmail.com.


Sincerely,

 The Evans School Review Editorial Staff