Interdisciplinary Political Studies

Aim and Scope

Interdisciplinary Political Studies (IdPS) aims to pursue two goals: affirming the importance of rigorous, high-quality Open Access publishing in the field of Political Studies, without imposing article processing charges on authors, and opening the fields of comparative politics and international relations to the contribution of other related disciplines. It is open to scholars studying political issues through the lens of several social science disciplines such as political science, international relations, political theory, political economy, sociology, legal studies and contemporary history. Interdisciplinary analyses are particularly welcome. It publishes two issues per year focusing on domestic and international politics.

IdPS considers the following types of submissions: Research Articles, Research Notes, Review Essays and Book Reviews. Prospective guest editors are invited to submit special issues proposals.

All papers are subject to a rigorous process of double-blind peer-review.

Indexing and abstracting

The list of indexing and abstracting services including IdPS is rapidly expanding. To date, our journal is covered by:

SCOPUS, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ); JournalTOCs; Quality Open Access Market (QOAM); Georgetown University Library; Google Scholar; Academic Journal Database; Open Access Journals Search Engine (OAJSE); Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources (ROAD)


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Vol 9, No 1 (2023): Special Issue: Governments Expand, Parliaments Go Virtual: The Impact of the Pandemic on Political Institutions

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Special Issue

Virtual Parliament in Italy: if not now, when? The debate about a virtual Parliament during the pandemic emergency Details     pdf
Enrico Borghetto 5-19

Going Virtual? Analysing the Digitization of Parliamentary Work during the Covid-19 Pandemic from a Comparative Perspective Details     pdf
Federico Russo, Martina Chironi 21-41

Executive Power and Accountability in Italy and the Government’s Response to Covid-19 Details     pdf
Francesco Bromo, Paolo Gambacciani, Marco Improta 43-64

The Italian Government in Pandemic Times: Between Centralized Decision-Making and Coalitional Compromises Details     pdf
Michelangelo Vercesi 65-82

“Quarantine” of Polish Constitutional Standards in the Era of Covid-19 Details     pdf
Maciej Serowaniec 83-91

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