European Political Science is proud to share a collection of articles that have won the Annual EPS Jacqui Briggs prize:

2023: Karin Dyrstad & Jonathon W. Moses, "Big data meets open political science: an empirical assessment of transparency standards 2008–2019," (EPS Vol. 22, 2023)

2022: Jay Krehbiel, "The politics of panel systems: political insurance and the organization of high courts," (EPS Vol. 21, 2022)

2021: Osman Sabri Kiratli, "Public sensitivity to cultural identity and regime type of trading partners: a survey experiment from Turkey and Greece," (EPS Vol. 20, 2021).

2020: Tuuli-Marja Kleiner, “Does Ideological Polarisation Mobilise Citizens?” (EPS, Vol. 19, No. 4, 2020)

2019: Stuart Brown, “Britain’s EU referendum: How did political science rise to the challenge? An assessment of online contributions during the campaign.” (EPS, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2019)

2018: Matt Flinders, "The future of political science? The politics and management of the academic expectations gap: evidence from the UK." (EPS, Vol. 17, No. 4, 2018)

2017: Christopher Pallas & Charity Butcher, "Using dating as an analogy to teach international relations theory." (EPS, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2017)

2016: Katjana Gattermann, Ariella Huff & Anna-Lena Högenauer, "Studying a new phase of europeanisation of national parliaments." (EPS, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2016)

2015: Alexander Schmotz, "Vulnerability and compensation: Constructing an index of co-optation in autocratic regimes." (Vol. 14, No. 4, 2015)