Prizes to Helene Sjursen

The Journal of European Public Policy (JEPP) has awarded two prizes to Helene Sjursen: the most downloaded Special Issue and the most downloaded article from the issue.  

Helene Sjursen at a seminar in Oslo earlier this year (photo: Marit Eldholm/UiO)

JEPP announced the 2014 winners in February. Helene Sjursen received the prize for the most downloaded Special Issue for the edited volume 'The EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy: the quest for democracy’, which was published in 2011.

In the same issue, she published the article ‘Not so intergovernmental after all? On democracy and integration in Europe’s Foreign and Security Policy’, which received the prize for the most downloaded article from that Special Issue.

The prizes are based on the total number of downloads in 2012 and 2013.

See the editorial announcement on the JEPP prizes here.

Free access

The prize-winning article will be freely available online until the end of 2014 and can be downloaded from www.informaworld.com/jepp.

About the issue

The collection of articles edited by Sjursen 'seeks to reorient studies of European foreign and security policy towards the question of democracy. The aim is to blend insights from international relations and democratic theory in order to enhance our understanding of what is at stake.'

Full info

Helene Sjursen (ed.) ‘The EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy: the quest for democracy’, Journal of European Public Policy, vol. 18, no. 8, 2011

Helene Sjursen, ‘Not so intergovernmental after all? On democracy and integration in Europe’s Foreign and Security Policy’, Journal of European Public Policy, vol. 18, no. 8, 2011, pp. 1078-1095

 

Published Apr. 29, 2014 03:00 PM