The Standing Group on Analytical Politics and Public Choice, which is active within ECPR, has created the Duncan Black Award. This award honours a graduate student who has presented the best paper at the ECPR General Conference pursuing research in analytical politics that combines systematic theoretical thinking and rigorous empirical testing. The award carries a prize of 200 Euros. Panel Chairs are encouraged to nominate Papers. Self-nominations are welcome. In order to be considered for the prize, Papers must be submitted to email@example.com no later than 1 September.
€1000 prize for the best Paper presented at the Innsbruck Graduate Student Conference. Email Louise Soper with the Paper title and author name by 1 September.
- Each Paper nominated must receive a minimum of two separate nominations.
- Participants cannot nominate their own Paper.
- Nominations will only be accepted for Papers uploaded to MyECPR.
- Nominations will only be accepted from participants from a full ECPR member institution.
Submit your Jean Blondel PhD Prize nomination by midnight on 2 Feb. Click here for further information and the nomination procedure.