The prize rewards the best article published in JCER Volume 14 (2018) by a PhD student or an academic within 5 years of completing their PhD:
The Winner is Claire Lafon with her article:
'Europeanization Through the European Women’s Lobby: A Sociological Comparison of the French and Belgian National Coordinations'
The two runners-up are:
Fanny Tittel-Mosser – ‘Reversed Conditionality in EU External Migration Policy: The Case of Morocco’
Hakan Johansson, Roberto Scaramuzzino and Magnus Wennerhag – ‘Multilevel Strategies for Political Influence: How and Why Do Domestic Civil Society Organisations Seek Political Influence at National and EU Levels?'
The prize was judged via a poll of JCER readers and UACES members. Thank you to everyone who voted.
There was a £500 prize for the best article and two further prizes of £250 for the two runners up.
The prize was generously supported by the James Madison Charitable Trust and will run again in 2020.