Best Article Prize
Each year, the Editors of East European Politics award the Best Article Prize to an article carefully selected from previous year’s Volume. Our award-winning articles present cutting-edge research and are written in an exceptionally lucid and engaging style. The prize winning articles are made free to access for a year, and receive additional promotion on social media and a cash prize of £250.
In addition to the Best Article Prize, the Editors of East European Politics also award the ‘Annual Best Paper at the ECPR-OSCE/ODIHR Summer / Winter School Award’ each year to one of the participants of the summer and winter schools on Political Parties and Democracy, co-organised by ECPR and OSCE/ODIHR. Winners of this award are invited to submit their paper to the journal and receive a cash prize of £100.
Winners so far include Emomali Mirzoev (OSCE Parliamentary Assembly), Nino Petriashvili (Central European University), Miroslav Nemčok (Masaryk University, Brno) & Michael Škvrňák (Charles University, Prague).
|2021||Béla Greskovits||Rebuilding the Hungarian right through conquering civil society: the Civic Circles Movement||36||2|
|2020||Regina Heller||From community politics to the politicization of community: the role identity in Eurasian economic integration||35||2|
|2019||S. Hanley and M.A. Vachudova||Understanding the illiberal turn: democratic backsliding in the Czech Republic||34||3|
|2018||Gerrit Krol||Legislative performance of the Russian State Duma: the role of parliament in an authoritarian regime||33||4|