IPS Paper Award

The International Studies Association's International Political Economy Section seeks to recognize the best sole-authored graduate paper presented at the previous ISA Annual Convention.

General Information

Recipients must meet the Following Criteria

  1. Recipients must be a current member of ISA.
  2. To be eligible for the award, the paper must be presented on a panel sponsored or co-sponsored by the IPE section, and must be original (not published at the time of its presentation).
  3. Recipients must be a graduate student at the time the paper is presented
  4. The papers must be single-authored

Prize

  • The winner will receive a certificate and check for $100, to be awarded at the next ISA meeting.

Selection Process

  • The award recognizes a graduate student paper that stands out by its excellence, rigour and originality. The winner of the award will be selected for its contribution to international political sociology, whether in the form of theoretical development, empirical analysis, or both.
  • The Selection Committee should feel free to recommend that no award should be made in a given year. If at all possible, the Selection Committee should choose the winning submission and notable papers by consensus. If the Selection committee is unable to reach a consensus, a majority vote will determine the winning submission and notable papers.
  • The Chair of the Selection Committee must forward to the Executive Committee a recommendation for the Graduate Student Prize Winner, as well as up to two notable papers, including a 100 words citation for each paper, at least a month before the ISA annual meeting when the prize winner will be announced. These results will be published on the International Political Sociology Section website.
  • The External Selection Committee member will serve for two years. The Chair of the Committee and the two members of the Executive Committee part of the Selection Committee will serve for one year. The Chair is responsible for coordinating the deliberations of the committee, keeping records of the deliberations, and awarding the prize at the International Studies Association Meeting.

Apply or Nominate for the Award

Authors may apply for the award directly by emailing it to the graduate student paper award committee members by April 15. Committee members will also solicit nominations from IPE section panel chairs.

Contact

Xymena Kurowska | Chair
Central European University
Budapest

Meet the Committee

Award Chairs please review dates to ensure deadlines are met.

Key Dates

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