The Political Quarterly
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Edited By: Tony Wright and Deborah Mabbett
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 103/156 (Political Science)
Online ISSN: 1467-923X
Recently Published Issues
The Political Quarterly publishes an annual book, alongside journal issues. Recent books in the series include:
|Retrieving The Big Society - Jason Edwards (Editor)|
|Reassessing New Labour: Market, State and Society under Blair and Brown - Patrick Diamond (Editor), Michael Kenny (Editor)|
|The Progressive Tradition: Eighty Years of The Political Quarterly - Andrew Gamble (Editor), Tony Wright (Editor)|
|Options for Britain II: Cross Cutting Policy Issues - Changes and Challenges- Varun Uberoi (Editor), Adam Coutts (Editor), Iain McLean (Editor), David Halpern (Editor)|
Recent PQ news
Political Quarterly Annual Lecture:Recent Italian Politics in Historical Perspective
We proudly announce that Paul Ginsborg will be taking the Political Quarterly annual lecture on Tuesday 25 November 2014, 6.00 - 8.00 pm at the Institute for Government.
Bernard Crick Prize presented at the Orwell Awards
The Political Quarterly are delighted to announce the winner of the Crick Prize. Deborah Mabbett's piece The Second Time as Tragedy? Welfare Reform under Thatcher and the Coalition which appeared in issue 84:1 was awarded the prize at the Orwell Awards in Malet Street Gardens on 22 May 2014.
In the latest virtual issue from PQ, we felt it fitting to follow on from our first collection ’Reading the Thirties: The Rise of Fascism and Totalitarianism’, by republishing several articles from the period 1939 to 1945, ensuring that this valuable resource might be freely available to anyone who is interested in politics, history and social change. We hope you find this collection interesting and useful.
Recent key articles
We are pleased to offer FREE online access to two recently published articles in PQ:
Leveson Past, Present and Future: The Politics of Press Regulation
Annual Lecture Series
2013: Professor John Kay - The Future of Capitalism
Watch the lecture