The Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review is an international undergraduate journal housed in the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Virginia Tech. It is one of the first undergraduate research journals in PPE that is open to undergraduate students worldwide. The journal is dedicated to publishing original research in PPE and the humanities and social sciences more generally.
Contributions are solicited for research topics across the field of PPE, including the history of moral, political, and economic thought, the methodology of the social sciences, formal methods, well-being and welfare theory, political economy, distributive justice, public choice, social choice, democratic theory, institutional design, social and economic growth, justice, and foundational questions of public policy.
The journal exemplifies the Kellogg Center’s commitment to offering an innovative and creative intellectual space for interdisciplinary research that makes it possible to tackle tough challenges in an increasingly complex social world. The journal aims to showcase some of the best work in PPE produced by undergraduate students worldwide and aims to support the creation of an international undergraduate community in PPE.
The journal follows a double-blind review process. After articles are accepted by the journal editorial board, authors will be able to work with the reviewers of their articles to prepare their manuscripts for publication. The journal welcomes submissions from current or recent undergraduate students in PPE and related fields worldwide. Contributions should be in the form of full-length journal articles and include an abstract. The journal encourages submissions from a diverse group of authors, in particular from underrepresented groups.