We accept submissions from potential authors on a rolling basis. You may send us an article for publication on the blog, either for the politics division via [email protected] or the finance division via [email protected]. Alternatively, if you wish to submit regularly, you can apply to join our team. The Senior Editorial Team reviews every piece received but submission of an article does not guarantee its publishing. Although we do aim to provide everyone with a voice, we also hold our writers to high journalistic, ethical and technical standards.
All pieces must be opinion articles. Submissions should be adequately referenced and have a factual line of reasoning, as well as proper argumentation. We have a zero tolerance policy regarding hate speech and we do not accept any submissions that may serve as propaganda or advertising.
Articles must be at least 600 words long and should not exceed 1300 words, although there is flexibility on the length of each piece. You may include an image to be published with your article, but it must either be your original work or you must have permission to use such an image. Images may be subject to editing. If no image is submitted, one will be selected by the Senior Editorial Team.
Articles must be submitted in a Microsoft Word document, with proper references, a word count, a brief description of the author and an excerpt of the article. The work must be your own and must have not been published previously.
We accept any and all articles that fall under the umbrella of political journalism. This includes, but is not limited to, topics like social justice, climate change and sustainability, economic affairs, war and peace, international relations, and comparative politics. Any official political affiliations should be mentioned.
We accept any article regarding main events in global markets (either internal or external to the market, but having an impact on it) or analysis of specific Investment Banking events like IPOs, LBOs or M&A. Furthermore, we accept any original idea regarding the world of finance, provided it is backed by evidence and a well-carried out analysis.
Notes on referencing:
Sources must be hyperlinked if available online. For books and journals, citations in Harvard style are advised.
A Further Reading list and Bibliography may be included.