Policy Press

Welcome to our European Group for Organizational Studies conference virtual book stand

In place of being able to be at the EGOS conference this year, we have created this virtual space so that we can connect with everyone we would have met there.

Find all the book and journal highlights we would have had on our stand below, including information about our new book series: Feminist Perspectives on Work and Organization (editors Emma Bell and Sheena Vachhani), Organizations and Activism (editors Martin Parker and Daniel King) and Observing Organizations (editors Mike Rowe and Matthew Brannan), and our new journal launching in 2021, Work in the Global Economy.

View a message below from Paul Stevens, Senior Commissioning Editor for Business and Management:

Book an appointment with Paul to talk about publishing projects by getting in touch at paul.stevens@bristol.ac.uk. Visit our Author Hub for more information on publishing with us.


All of our Business and Management books are available with 50% discount until Saturday midnight. Use promo code EGOSMGMT at the check out. Sign up to our newsletter and receive a code for 35% off all books purchased on our website all year round.

Book launch: Transnational Migration and the New Subjects of Work

Transnational Migration and the New Subjects of Work by Banu Özkazanç-Pan.

Related journals from Bristol University Press and Policy Press

Bristol University Press is pleased to announce Work in the Global Economy, an exciting new journal launching in 2021.

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Voluntary Sector Review
Editors’ Choice Collection (free until 31 July 2020)

Policy & Politics
Policy & Politics has achieved an impressive result this year with its highest ever Impact Factor of 3.069. It is now ranked in 10th place in the public administration and 20th in the political science categories of the Journal Citation Reports.We would like to thank our authors, reviewers, editors for their contributions to this excellent result. 

Explore the Policy & Politics highly cited article collection, which includes among other articles:

Understanding the transfer of policy failure: bricolage, experimentalism and translation
Diane Stone

Policy learning and policy failure: definitions, dimensions and intersections
Claire A. Dunlop

Policy myopia as a source of policy failure: adaptation and policy learning under deep uncertainty
Sreeja Nair and Michael Howlett

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Pick up catalogues and flyers