Innovation – The European Journal of Social Science Research

 Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research provides a unique forum for discussing all aspects of European integration processes. It welcomes articles on all aspects of European developments that contribute to the improvement of social science knowledge and to the setting of a policy-focused European research agenda.

The official languages of the journal are English and French.
Instruction for contributors

Recent Issues

VOLUME 30 2017

Issue 1 2017 pages 1-103: Special Issue: The Structural Change of Knowledge & the Future of the Social Sciences
Anniversary Issue
Anniversary Workshop 

Volume 29 2016

Issue 1 2016 pages 1-112: Special Issue: European Society
Issue 2 2016 pages 113-217
Issue 3 2016 pages 218-374: Special Issue: Energy, society, and culture
Issue 4: 2016 page 375-505

Volume 28 2015

Issue 1 2015 pages 1-98
Issue 2 2015 pages 99-210
Issue 3 2015 pages 211-421 : Special Issue: Public Procurement
Issue 4 2015 pages 423-509

Volume 27 2014

Issue 1 2014 pages 1-79 Special Issue: The contribution and challenges of qualitative research for policy making
Issue 2 2014 pages 81-196
Issue 3 2014 pages 197-309
Issue 4 2014 pages 311-511 Special Issue: Re-assessing expertise

VOLUME 26 2013

Issue 1-2 2013 Special Issue: Technology and Privacy
Issue 3 2013 Special Issue:  Global governance and democratic legitimacy: a bottom-up approach
Volume 26/4 Open Issue

VOLUME 2012

Volume 2012 25/4
Volume 2012 25/3
Volume 2012 25/2
Volume 2012 25/1

VOLUME 2011

Volume 2011 24/4
Volume 2011 24/3
Volume 2011 24/1-2

VOLUME 2010

Volume 2010 23/4
Volume 2010 23/3
Volume 2010 23/2
Volume 2010 23/1

VOLUME 2009

Volume 2009 22/4
Volume 2009 22/3
Volume 2009 22/2
Volume 2009 22/1

VOLUME 2008

Volume 2012 21/4
Volume 2012 21/3
Volume 2012 21/2
Volume 2012 21/1

VOLUME 2007

Volume 2012 20/4
Volume 2012 20/3
Volume 2012 20/2
Volume 2012 20/1

VOLUME 2006

Volume 2012 19/3-4
Volume 2012 19/2
Volume 2012 19/1

VOLUME 2005

Volume 2012 18/4
Volume 2012 18/3
Volume 2012 18/2
Volume 2012 18/1

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INNOVATION uses the ScholarOne system for electronic submission. No manuscript should be sent directly to the editors of the journal. For your convenience you find the instructions for authors on the Homepage of Routledge. You can submit your contribution directly in the system. For your submission you are expected to use the templates that can be found at the author’s instruction homepage.


ADVISORY BOARD

Barbara Adam – University of Cardiff, UK; Aron Benavot – University of Albany, USA; Ulrich Brand – University of Vienna, Austria; Alexander Carius – ADELPHI-RESEARCH, Germany; Chris Caswill – James Martin Institute, University of Oxford, UK; James Coleman – University of Chicago, USA (d. 1995); Hans-Liudger Dienel – Technical University, Berlin, Germany; Kyriakos Demetriou – University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus; Adalbert Evers – Universität Giessen, Germany; Gerhard Fröhlich – Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; Steve Fuller – University of Warwick,  UK; Tuija Hilding-Ryvedik, Swedish University of Agricultural Science ; Josef Hochgerner – Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Austria; Roman Hummel – Universität Wien, Vienna; Savvas Katsikides – University of Cyprus; Michael Landesmann – Vienna Institute for International Economics Studies, Austria; Yngvar Lochen – University of Tromso, Norway (d. 1998); Bernd Marin –European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, Vienna, Austria; Andrei S. Markovits,  University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, USA; Les Mayhew – City University, London; Francis McGowan – Sussex European Institute, UK; Gerald Mullally – Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cork, Ireland; Maria Nedeva – Victoria University of Manchester, UK; Steven Ney – Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany; Alan Pearman – University of Leeds, UK; Martin Peterson –University of Gothenburg, Sweden; Mathieu Petithomme – European University Institute, Florence, Italy; Christian Reynaud – NESTEAR, France; Andrei Rezaev – St. Petersburg State University, Russia; Hilary Rose – University of Bradford, UK; Philip Schlesinger – University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK; Ketil Skogen– University of Oslo, Norway; Andrew Sors,  Brussels; Nico Stehr – Zeppelin University, Germany; Arno Tausch – University of Innsbruck, Austria; Barend van der Meulen – Rathenau Institute, The Netherlands; Alex Warleigh-Lack  –  Brunel University, UK