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Local Government Studies

Local Government Studies prizes 2018

About the prize

Local Government Studies offers two annual prizes for articles published in the journal: the John Stewart Prize for the best article published in LGS in the previous year; and the George Jones prize for an article by an early stage career researcher published by the journal in the same year. The winning articles are chosen by a panel of members of the LGS Editorial Board.

The John Stewart prize for 2018 has been awarded to:

The planners’ dream goes wrong. Questioning citizen-centred planning’ by Alex Lord, Michael Mair, John Sturzaker and Paul Jones, of the University of Liverpool, UK.

The George Jones prize for 2018 has been awarded to:

Big change, little change? Punctuation, increments and multi-layer institutional change for English local authorities under austerity’ by Alison Gardner of the University of Nottingham, UK.

We're delighted to offer free access to the LGS prize-winning articles.

Local Government Studies

Table of Contents for Local Government Studies. List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-US

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