[governance] CfP Internet Policy Review

Uta Meier-Hahn meier-hahn at hiig.de
Fri Jul 3 05:08:51 EDT 2015

Dear colleagues,

Please kindly take note of the Internet Policy Review’s quarterly call for papers.

The Internet Policy Review is calling for submissions: http://policyreview.info/authors <http://policyreview.info/authors>

The Internet Policy Review is a journal on internet regulation in Europe – peer-reviewed, fast-track and open access. It analyses public regulatory changes as well as private policy developments which are expected to have long lasting impacts on European societies. The journal contributes research to contemporary debates about media, information technology, telecommunications and internet governance.

The journal is open to research papers and scholarly essays of up to 25,000 characters on the following topics:

* Internet infrastructure & Standards
* Business & Trade
* Access & Content
* Copyright & Intellectual Property Rights
* Privacy & Security
* Procedures & Governance

Please send your submissions to the editors (editor at hiig.de <mailto:editor at hiig.de>) at any time. There is no deadline. The Internet Policy Review is committed to facilitating short review cycles and publishes articles on an ongoing basis.

— About —
The Internet Policy Review was established in 2013 as the first peer-reviewed journal that aims to be a resource on internet policy for academics, civil society advocates, entrepreneurs, the media and policy-makers alike. It is published on an ongoing basis by the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (Berlin) in cooperation with CREATe (Glasgow) and the Institut des sciences de la communication CNRS (Paris-Sorbonne).
The advisory board currently consists of Professor Jeanette Hofmann (Berlin Social Science Center WZB), Professor Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay (CNRS), Professor Martin Kretschmer (CREATe, Glasgow) and Professor Wolfgang Schulz (Hans Bredow Institute, Hamburg).

If you have any questions or would like to discuss if there is a fit with your paper, do not hesitate to get in touch.

Kind regards,
Uta Meier-Hahn
Academic Editor
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