A report by Elliott School Professor Harris Mylonas has been published in the European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook. The Yearbook is one of two journals published by the European Consortium for Political Research, an independent, scholarly association which supports and encourages the training, research and cross-national co-operation of approximately 7,000 political scientists in nearly 300 institutions throughout Europe and beyond. Professor Mylonas’ report is titled “Greece: Political Developments and Data in 2019”, and includes commentary on the triple elections, cabinet changes, parliamentary groups, political parties, institutional changes, and major issues in national politics.
Another report by Professor Mylonas has been published under the American Political Science Association’s Presidential Task Force, in the latest issue of PS: Political Science & Politics issue. PS is a peer-reviewed journal published by Cambridge University Press, providing critical analyses of contemporary political phenomena as the only quarterly professional news and commentary journal in the field. The main goals of the APSA's Presidential Task Force is to promote political science research beyond professional specialization, to show the factual common ground on public issues across ideological divides, and to critically inform important matters of public discussion.
To that end, the Task Force has developed and advanced a total of seven new programs in its first year of activity. They are listed in the APSA Presidential Task Force Report on New Partnerships as: the Distinguished Award for Civic and Community Engagement, the Institute for Civically Engaged Research, the Growing Democracy, Community Conversations project, peer-to-peer pedagogical partnerships, the APSA Educate website, the Research Partnerships on Critical Issues grant program, and the Public Scholarship Program.