HAPSc Policy Briefs Series is an international Open Access scientific journal, published by the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc). It aims at the comprehensible and coherent publication of information on current issues, as well as at the exchange of interdisciplinary approaches for the analysis and provision of policy proposals. This biannual publication aims to develop interdisciplinary and multilingual dialogue by providing summaries of relevant research, suggesting possible policy options or presenting specific actions, measures and policies. The journal uses the system of double-blind peer review. There are no submission or publication fees for the authors, as the journal is entirely funded by the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists.
ISSN: 2732-6578 | e-ISSN: 2732-6586
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The journal is published with the support:
- Laboratory of Health Economics and Management of the University of Piraeus,
- Public Policy and Administration Research Laboratory of the University of Crete,
- Center of Political Research and Documentation of the University of Crete,
- Laboratory of Education Policy, Research, Development and Interuniversity Cooperation of the University of Piraeus,
- Jean Monnet Chair in Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies of the European Union of the University of Piraeus.
Vol. 4 No. 1 (2023): HAPSc Policy Briefs Series
HAPSc Policy Briefs Series vol. 4, no. 1 (2023)
ISSN: 2732-6578 (print version) 2732-6586 (online)
Zisis S. Kyrgos, Aikaterini Karageorgou, Alexandros Tsadiras, Elpidoforos S. Soteriades
COVID-19 and the Exacerbation of Existing Inequalities: Why the Lower Socioeconomic Stratums Were Influenced the Most
Antonios Alevizos, Markella Michail, Magdalini Eleftheroglou, Symeon Sidiropoulos
Anastasios Nikolaos Kanellopoulos
A Set of Dead-End and Development in the South China Sea: A 2-Level Game Analysis of the Philippines-China Arbitration Case
Alvin Abdudaya Sudargo, Abel Josafat Manullang
Konstantinos Taxiarchis P. Bonis