Georgetown Public Policy Review

Due Date: 01-08-2023

The Georgetown Public Policy Review (GPPR), established in 1995 by the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, welcomes original article submissions offering analysis and critical insight into pressing policy challenges. We are currently calling for submissions to our annual, peer-reviewed academic journal, the Spring Edition, which will be published in April 2023. Past submissions have examined issues related to education, health, environmental, economic, social, national security, immigration, criminal justice, and international development policy.

We will be accepting papers on a rolling basis until 8 January 2023. Policy practitioners and analysts, undergraduate and graduate students, PhD candidates, and university faculty members are highly encouraged to submit.

The Spring Edition accepts submissions of manuscript-length journal articles advancing sound conceptual frameworks using quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods (maximum of 18,000 words), as well as letters or short essays about emerging issues in need of scholarly attention (maximum length of 4,000 words).

Detailed submission guidelines and previous issues are available online: If you have any questions or would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us at