• Institute of International Affairs
The Institute of International Affairs strives for robust publication on international affairs in Iceland. It hosts conferences, seminars, and lectures concerning international affairs and seeks to publish as much of the material presented and discussed by the Institute as possible. Furthermore, the Institute carries out service projects and publishes results.
Questions, proposals and drafts for publication should be sent initially to the Director of the Institute of International Affairs and Centre for Small State Studies, Pia Hansson: email@example.com.
• Centre for Small State Studies
The Centre for Small State Studies runs two reviewed publication series: occasional papers of research that is complete (occasional papers) and working papers that are a shorter version of research that may still be in process (working papers). The Centre also conducts service projects. Copies are available both in hard copy (while supplies last) and here on the website.
To receive information on how to get an article published in the Publication Series of the Centre for Small States Studies and to access general guidelines for authors and information about the Editorial Board and the conduct of the review, please click here.
• Centre for Arctic Policy Studies
The Centre for Arctic Policy Studies (CAPS) runs two publication series: Occasional papers and Working papers.
The papers are researched and written from a variety of theoretical perspectives and methodological positions. CAPS editions range over a wide interdisciplinary field with an emphasis on the role and policies of states and institutions, non-state and corporate actors, and broader aspects of governance, culture and society in the Arctic and High North.
Occasional papers are normally 7,000-8,000 words in length and are completed pieces of work. Working papers are normally 5,000-6,000 words in length and are based on work in progress. Papers are available both in hard copy and online here on the website. All papers in both series are refereed. Series editors are Professors Lassi Heininen (University of Lapland) and Timo Koivurova (Arctic Centre/University of Lapland). Editorial consultant is Alyson JK Bailes (University of Iceland).
Online versions are available here on the website. Questions, proposals and drafts for publication should be sent initially to Margrét Cela, Project Manager of CAPS, firstname.lastname@example.org