British Journal of Political Science

British Journal of Political Science

ISSN: 0007-1234 
E-ISSN: 1469-2112
DESCRIPTION
The British Journal of Political Science (BJPolS) is a broadly based journal aiming to cover developments across a wide range of countries and specialisms. Contributions are drawn from all fields of political science (including political theory, political behaviour, public policy and international relations), and articles from scholars in related disciplines (sociology, social psychology, economics and philosophy) appear frequently. With a reputation established over 40 years of publication, the BJPolS is widely recognised as one of the premier journals in its field.
 
AUDIENCE
University and departmental libraries, research and scholarly institutes.

 

SUBJECT AREA AND CATEGORY 
Social Sciences, Sociology and Political Science

 

IMPACT FACTOR: 4.292

 

QUARTILE: Q1
 
ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING
International Political Science Abstracts
Curr.Cont.
Hist.Abstr.
PAIS
SSCI
Soc.Sci.Ind.
ABC Pol.Sci.
ASCA
 
ASSIA
 
Amer.Hist.& Life
 
Sage Pub.Admin.Abstr.
 
Academic Abstr.
 
Social Sci Source.
 
IBZ and IBR
 
European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS)
 
Research Papers in Economics (RePEc)
Scopus 
BRISDAT
Web of Science
 
EDITORIAL BOARD
Editors
 
Shaun Bowler, University of California, Riverside, USA
Sona Golder, Penn State University, USA
Robert Johns, University of Essex, UK
René Lindstädt, Cardiff University, UK
 
Associate Editors
 
Tobias Böhmelt, University of Essex, UK
Paul Bou-Habib, University of Essex, UK
Lucas Leemann, University of Zurich, Switzerland
 
Editorial Board
 
James Adams, University of California, Davis, USA
James Alt, Harvard University, USA
Anna Bassi, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
Thomas Bernauer, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland
Anthony M. Bertelli , Bocconi University, Italy and New York University, USA
Sarah Birch, Kings College London, UK
Alex Braithwaite, University of Arizona, USA
Chris Brown, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Randall Calvert, Washington University, St Louis, USA
Gary Cox, Stanford University, USA
Ivor Crewe, University of Oxford, UK
Han Dorussen, University of Essex, UK
Jennifer Gandhi, Emory University, USA
John Gerring, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, University of Essex, UK
Robert E. Goodin, Australian National University, Australia
Christoffer Green-Pedersen, Aarhus University, Denmark
Simon Hix, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Sara Hobolt, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Simon Hug, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Will Jennings, University of Southampton, UK
Peter John, King’s College London, UK
Desmond King, University of Oxford, UK
Thomas König, University of Mannheim, Germany
Todd Landman, University of Nottingham, UK
Michael Laver, New York University, USA
Patrick Le Galès, Sciences Po, Paris, France
Joni Lovenduski, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Gail McElroy, Trinity College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Helen Milner, Princeton University, USA
Jack Nagel, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Avia Pasternak, University College London, UK
Nita Rudra, Georgetown University, USA
David Sanders, University of Essex, UK
Gerald Schneider, University of Konstanz, Germany
Kenneth Shepsle, Harvard University, USA
Duncan Snidal, University of Oxford, UK
Zeynep Somer-Topcu, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Arthur Spirling, New York University, USA
Milan Svolik, Yale University, USA
Margit Tavits, Washington University, St Louis, USA
Ingrid van Biezen, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Albert Weale, University College London, UK
Jessica Weeks, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Graham Wilson, Boston University, USA