From Michael Findley (University of Texas), Nathan Jensen (Washington University), Edmund Malesky (Duke), and Thomas Pepinsky (Cornell)
We invite proposals for a special issue of Comparative Political Studies (CPS) on research transparency in the social sciences. Proposals for original research papers using quantitative or qualitative approaches, and collecting quantitative or qualitative data are all encouraged.
The deadline for submitted proposals is September 15, 2014 for a Special CPS issue scheduled to appear in 2015-16 academic year.
Proposals should follow the standard CPS submission requirements for normal articles, but should be submitted directly to the special issue editors at: email@example.com. We encourage you to contact the special issue editors at the above email if you have any questions.
Full call for papers is available here.