Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) is coming of age as a distinct area of research of high social relevance. Modern societies face complex challenges, including those associated with immigration, inequality, trade, discrimination, disease, environmental degradation, pluralism, and technological change. PPE can foster a more robust interdisciplinary approach to these challenges.
The new Oxford University Press book series on Philosophy, Politics and Economics provides a home for PPE research ranging from fundamental theoretical issues to pressing questions of public policy. Across the board, the series aims to publish work that integrates philosophy, political science, and economics (and, indeed, all the social sciences) to tackle or solve important theoretical and policy questions. We are self-consciously ecumenical about the scope and focus of work in the series: PPE can and should range broadly and we are excited to explore its frontiers.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal or manuscript, further information is here.