Call for Proposals - Palgrave Studies in Sustainability, Environment & Macroeconomics

Announcing a new series

Series Editor: Ioana Negru, SOAS, UK

Palgrave Studies in Sustainability, Environment and Macroeconomics offers a mixture of theoretical and policy-oriented work that highlights the relevance of, and urgency for, an engagement with sustainability across macroeconomics. Books featured in the series will draw together a variety of different frameworks and approaches to highlight the diversity of approaches available for understanding scarcity and sustainability in economics. They will pose questions such as: is growth and sustainability compatible?; are there limits to growth?; what kind of macroeconomic theories and policy are needed to green the economy?; what analytical and practical alternatives to the capitalist economy especially under the umbrella term of “degrowth”?

Editorial Board:

Judy Brown, Victoria University of Wellington
Emil Dinga, National Institute of Economic Research, Romanian Academy
Gary Dymsky, University of Leeds
Tim Foxon, University of Sussex
Inge Ropke, Aalborg University
Peter Söderbaum, Mälardalen University
Julie Nelson, University of Massachusetts Boston

Contact for Proposals

We invite monographs and edited collections that take critical and holistic views of sustainability by exploring new grounds that bring together progressive political economists, on one hand, and ecological economists, on the other.
Submissions are ideally between 60,000 and 90,000 words, although shorter submissions (25,000-50,000 words) will be considered for our Palgrave Pivot publication format.
Authors interested in submitting a proposal should contact the series editor directly (Ioana Negru: