Submissions to Pacific Islands Policy may take the form of a proposal or completed manuscript (7,000–11,000 words).
Proposal: A three- to five-page proposal should indicate the issue or problem to be analyzed, its policy significance, the contribution the analysis will provide, and date by which the manuscript will be ready. The series editor and editorial committee will review the abstract. If a manuscript is considered suitable for the series, it will be peer reviewed in accordance with the double-blind process. A curriculum vitae indicating relevant qualifications and publications should accompany submissions. Submissions must be original and not published elsewhere.
The author will be asked to assign copyright to the East-West Center.
Notes to Contributors:
Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, and submitted electronically or in paper form with an accompanying computer diskette or CD. Citations should be embedded in the text (Chicago Manual of Style author-date system) and be accompanied by a complete reference list. Notes should be embedded in the electronic file and will appear as footnotes in publication. All artwork should be camera ready.
Submissions and queries should be sent to:
Robert C. Kiste
Pacific Islands Development Program
1601 East-West Road
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96848 U.S.A.
Go to the Pacific Islands Policy series page.