IdPS re-launching in 2017
Great news. After some years of inactivity, IdPS has started again under a new editorship and with a new academic publisher.
Visit our new website and stay tuned for the next steps
Dear readers, we are glad to announce that we are back online with our new issue after a period of blackout due to server problems.
IdPS indexed in the archives of the Bavarian State Library (BSB)
We are glad and proud to inform our readers that IdPS has been included in the digital archives of the Bavarian State Library (BSB).
Happy holidays to IdPS readers!
The IdPS editorial staff wishes our readers happy holidays and a prosperous 2012.
Special issue deadline extension
Due to a number of requests, the IdPS extends the deadline for sbmission of articles for the Special Issue on Transnational Crime until 30 November, 2011. For more information on the Special Issue please consult the dedicated page or send us an email.
Italianpoliticalscience.eu on IdPS
We are glad to announce that the last issue of Italian Political Science published an highlight devoted to our journal. The article is available at the following link.
IdPS at the 3rd SISP Graduate Conference
The IdPS project has been presented by the editors Nelli Babayan and Stefano Braghiroli at the 3rd SISP Graduate Conference in Turin (June 23-25). Within the framework of the conference, IdPS Issue 1 was also presented to the audience. IdPS has received a warm welcome from the organizers and the participants and it is our pleasure to thank them all for the support. The material presented at the conference is available at the following link.
Call for Special Issue Contributions “Transnational Crime: The Exploiting and the Exploited Chimera”
Interdisciplinary contributions are welcome to renew the debate over the Achilles’ heel of studies on transnational crime—the conceptual clarity of the concept. The catchy concept of transnational crime alarms the international community about the dangers of criminal processes that not a single state alone can effectively respond to. However, the term does little to capture the variation in group size, organization, or scale of operations that matter in seeking to understand the extent and nature of the challenges posed by transnational criminal processes. The contributions should address the debate over criminal processes constituting transnational crime and the fundamental distinctions between illegality and illicitness, transnationalism and internationalism, and organized and disorganized criminal forms.Read on
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IdPS Journal Indexed by Directory of Open Access Journal, Index Copernicus and Google Scholar
We are glad to announce that IdPS journal has been recently indexed a number of international databases, including Directory of Open Access Journal, Index Copernicus, Portal on Central Eastern and Balkan Europe and Google Scholar.