The EPSR Early Careers Prize is awarded biennially to the best article by an early career scholar appearing in a volume of European Political Science Review (EPSR) published in the previous two years.
The prize is awarded for an article which produces inventive and momentous research on politics. The article must have been written by a scholar who is either pre-PhD or who has received their doctorate within five years of their article’s publication.
EPSR seeks to create a forum for innovative, path-breaking studies. It actively encourages scholars who have recently gained their PhDs to submit articles to the journal for consideration.
The Prize will first be awarded in spring 2023, covering Volumes 13 and 14 of EPSR.
The Prize fund is £500 and is generously co-sponsored by EPSR’s publisher, Cambridge University Press.