Introducing TPM’s Special Issue on Peer Review

This morning, The Political Methodologist begins publishing contributions to its special issue on peer review. Over the next month, our blog will post contributions that focus on how the peer review process influences the progress of research in political science (and how it ought to do so), advice for political scientists interacting with peer review systems as authors and reviewers, and suggestions for how we might choose to change the system to improve collective outcomes. These posts will be tagged using a special “peer review” category in our blog, and then published together in a special print edition to be released in early 2016.

I hope you enjoy this collection of posts!

-JEE

About Justin Esarey

Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rice University.
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