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Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy

Free Access to 2017 Prize Winning Article and 2018 Editors’ Selection

About the prize

Representation - The Journal of Representative Democracy is pleased to announce the 2017 prize winning article and 2018 Editors' Selection, as chosen by the journal editors.

The winners of the best paper in 2017 prize are Nicholas Pyeatt and Alixandra B. Yanus for their article “Increasing Women’s Political Participation: The Role of Women-Friendly Districts”.

Matthew Flinders and David Judge received an honourable mention for their article “Fifty Years of Representative and Responsible Government: Contemporary Relevance, Theoretical Revisions and Conceptual Reflection”.


Table of Contents for Representation. List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Nomination Information

We are delighted to announce that the Representation Best Paper Prize is now open for nominations.

We are inviting you to nominate papers published in hard copy during 2018 (in Volume 54) for the prize. The journal’s editorial board will review the nominations, and the 2018 Representation Best Paper Prize will be awarded at the Representation reception taking place during the 2019 APSA Annual Conference in Washington D.C..

We hope you will be able to nominate a paper. The deadline for nominations is 30 June 2019.

The nomination form is available here: https://newcastle.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/representation-best-paper-award-nomination-form-2018

YearAuthor(s)Article TitleVolumeIssue
2018Asbjørn Skjæveland & Flemming Juul ChristiansenPutting Party First? Constituency Service in Denmark541
2018Brigitte Geissel & Ank MichelsParticipatory developments in majoritarian and consensus democracies542

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