The section “research output” contains peer-reviewed scientific papers and monographs published within the framework of SCRIPTS, as well as SCRIPTS own Working Paper Series. The "SCRIPTS Arguments" are a compilation of various contributions from Principal Investigators responding to one of the core questions of the SCRIPTS research programme. Non-academic output, namely the thematic SCRIPTS Blog and the “Think pieces”, provide space for short essays and opinion pieces on SCRIPTS research topics.
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A selection of outstanding scientific, peer-reviewed publications in scientifc journals, published by SCRIPTS members in the course of their work at SCRIPTS and/or arising from the research projects. Publications by individual SCRIPTS members can be found on their personal profiles.
SCRIPTS Working Paper Series
SCRIPTS has its own Working Paper Series that provides a vehicle for SCRIPTS researchers and visiting researchers to disseminate their research. The series consists of pre-publication “works in progress” that enhance scholarly and public debate on contestations of the liberal script. Working Papers are available open access to enable the general public to see what and how research is carried out at SCRIPTS.
A compilation of various contributions from Principal Investigators responding to one of the core questions of the SCRIPTS research programme. It also acknowledges the diversity of academic viewpoints, traditions and approaches.
A variety of analytical views, opinions, and commentaries by members and guest authors. Blog articles are written in an accessible rather than an academic style. Topics vary from up-to-date to more general issues but all relate to the liberal script in its current varieties, as well as possible future evolutions in its regional and global interrelations.