Gender: Politics and Public Policy
A Virtual Special Issue from West European Politics
Since the publication of a special issue on Women and Politics in Western Europe (Volume 8, Issue 4, 1985), edited by Sylvia Bashevkin, a few years after the launch of West European Politics, the journal has developed into an important outlet for scholarly work on gender, politics and public policy in Europe. The present virtual special issue provides free access to ten important recent contributions that investigate how gender shapes European politics and public policy.
The below articles are free-access via this page until 30 April 2020.
West European Politics
West European Politics (WEP) has established itself as one of the most authoritative journals covering politics, government and public policy in Western Europe. Its comprehensive scope, embracing the major political developments, including the European Union, and its coverage of all national elections in Western Europe, make it essential reading for both academics and practitioners. The journal normally publishes at least two special issues per volume.