The Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network, in cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Research & Education Centre, is pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue on anticorruption in the Kyiv-Mohyla Law & Politics Journal. Feel free to share the attached call with your peers!
Looking forward to receiving your proposals until April 15


"Legal and Political Challenges of Anticorruption Activities"
A joint publication project of the Kyiv-Mohyla Law & Politics Journal (KMLPJ),
Anti-Corruption Research and Education Centre (ACREC), and
Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network (ICRN)
The fifth issue of the KMLPJ will address different manifestations of corruption and the development of anti-corruption policies in a time of international and public pressure for reform.

We encourage both theoretical and empirical contributions on broad variety of themes related to corruption and anti-corruption. The topics of interest include: The role of political culture, institutions, existing social movements, international organizations, the role of political and economic elites, technological development and media for the dynamics and politics of corruption and the conception(s) of the opposite to corruption.

We kindly ask you to express your interest in contributing to the issue by sending an abstract (max 500 words) and short CV (150 words) in English by April 15, 2019, to
Submission deadline for the abstracts: April 15, 2019
Notification about the acceptance: May 1, 2019
Submission deadline for the articles (ca. 7000 words): June 15, 2019
Peer review feedback: August 1, 2019
KMLPJ is a peer-reviewed, international, and interdisciplinary journal governed by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. The journal is published online annually and promotes high academic and research standards and scholarly ethics. KMLPJ covers the broad areas of Law and Politics, with a particular focus on Jurisprudence, Constitutional and International Law Issues, Political Theory and Methodology, European and Post-Soviet Studies.



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