The Buffett Center publishes working papers to support and promote discussion of current research on international and comparative issues. Papers are written by Center affiliates or presented at Buffett Center Conferences and Working Groups. Buffett Center Director of Programs, Research, and Operations, Brian Hanson said:
“There is so much rich and important research on international and comparative topics being done on campus. The Working Paper series is intended to create a forum in which these ideas can be captured and made accessible to interested scholarly and policy making communities on campus and in the wider world. We intend for the Working Paper Series to reflect the broad and interdisciplinary nature of international and comparative studies at Northwestern, which reaches across many disciplines and schools here on campus.”
Working Papers are published in the following series:
Buffett Center Series
Center for Forced Migration Studies (CFMS) Series
Center for Global Engagement Series
Comparative-Historical Social Science (CHSS) Series
Institute for the Study of Islamic Thought in Africa (ISITA) Series
Keyman Program in Turkish Studies Series
The Buffett Center invites submissions by faculty affiliates, graduate student affiliates, visiting scholars, and associates of the Center. Please direct manuscripts to Brian Hanson (email@example.com).
Authors retain full copyright.
Working Paper Guidelines
- First page must include the title of the paper; name(s) of author(s); abstract (150-200 words); and short author bio(s) (up to 100 words).
- Paper must include page numbers on all pages, including first page (we add a cover page) and have margins of at least 1 inch on all sides.
- Paper must include footnotes or endnotes as appropriate to the authors' field.