Submitting an Article

When you submit an article to the Tulane Journal of Policy and Political Economy, you're submitting to an internationally recognized undergraduate publication. Accepted papers will be published in the Journal's next edition, which will be circulated through an international network of universities, indexed on premier research databases (such as Google Scholar), and printed. Here's the submission and review process:

Submission & Review Process

We are currently accepting submissions for our spring 2021 issue. Please submit by March 15. 

  1. Upon submitting the Article Submission Form (linked below), your submission will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

  2. Once your final article is submitted, it will go through a three-stage review process:

    1. Our Editorial Review Board will conduct an initial review.

    2. Articles that pass the initial review will progress onto a Faculty Review Panel.

    3. Articles that progress past the Faculty Review Panel will be reviewed by the Journal's Executive Board, which will then select the finalists.

  3. The final release will be comprised of 10-15 articles, reformatted and prepared for publications.

Article Submission Guidelines

When writing your paper, consider whether or not you include all of the following: abstract, introduction, methods, results, and discussion.  


  • Papers must be an original investigation of a subject relating to policy and political economy (politics, law, political philosophy, international relations, economics, etc.).

  • Papers should not surpass 10,000 words. 

  • Please remove all mentions of your name, school, and/or class from your work before submitting. This removal will help maintain the integrity of the journal's review process.

  • Please utilize Chicago-style footnote citations in lieu of in-text citations

  • Papers written for a class, independent study, or honors thesis can be submitted as well as those written entirely independently; however, no papers that have already been published should be submitted. 



  • Ideal papers will be around 6,000 words in length.

  • Any papers consisting of an original investigation into a subject will be reviewed, but those that consist of original academic (primary) research will be given preference.

Additional notes

All papers will be run through a program that checks for plagiarism. Any articles found to be plagiarized will not be accepted, and if deemed necessary, will be reported to the officials of the author's respective university. 

Submit your research

Click on our submit button to upload your article! If you have any questions, please contact our managing editor, Jordan Peck, at

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