The Harold D. Lasswell Prize is awarded to the article in each volume of Policy Sciences which best contributes to the theory and practice of the policy sciences, as determined by a vote of the journal’s international editorial board. The Prize is named in honor of Harold D. Lasswell (1902–1978), a founder of this Journal and noted contributor to the policy sciences.
The Prize is accompanied by a monetary award of $500 provided by the journal’s publisher, Springer.
It gives me great pleasure to announce the winners of the 29th annual prize are Martin Lundin and PerOla Öberg for their article, “Expert knowledge use and deliberation in local policy making” in Issue 1.
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Note from the Editor: Lasswell Prize announcement for volume 47 (2014). Policy Sci 48, 1 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11077-015-9213-1