The Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy announces a new issue of the Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly. You will find it at:
The current issue of PPPQ examines a broad range of issues, including the role and intentions of NGOs, the impact of moral recognition in poverty indicators, theories of well-being, and an emerging field of civic studies. Articles include:
“The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Repatriation of Refugees,” by Molllie Gerver. PDF
“Proving Impoverishment: Child Mortality Rates and the Problem of Moral Recognition,” by Joy Gordon. PDF
“Objectivity and Subjectivity in Theories of Well-Being,” by Neera K. Badhwar. PDF
“Civic Studies,” by Peter Levine. PDF
Call for Papers
The Institute for Philosophy of Public Policy at George Mason University publishes the Philosophy & Public Policy Quarterly, which has been in print since 1981. The Philosophy & Public Policy Quarterly seeks and reviews for publication essays that apply normative and conceptual analysis to important and timely issues in public policy and that are written in a style accessible to a broadly informed public. For current and archived issues, please see the journal webpage, http://journals.gmu.edu/PPPQ.
Essays typically are fewer than 5000 words. Please see back issues of the journal for examples. The Quarterly has a double-anonymous peer review process. It is an open access journal; the author retains copyright. The journal provides excellent editorial services. There are no charges of any kind.
Interested authors should submit their manuscripts through the journal’s website, http://journals.gmu.edu/PPPQ, checking "author" in the profile section. Inquiries may be sent to the editor, Mark Sagoff, email@example.com.