About Project Syndicate
Project Syndicate brings original, engaging, and thought-provoking commentaries by esteemed leaders and thinkers from around the world to readers everywhere. By offering incisive perspectives on our changing world from those who are shaping its economics, politics, science, and culture, Project Syndicate has created an unrivaled venue for informed public debate.
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To inquire about Project Syndicate membership, please direct your inquiry to our Head of Global Relations, Damen Dowse. For general information on how to become a member of Project Syndicate, please click here. To submit an unsolicited article to Project Syndicate, please read our submission guidelines, then click here.
Global Relations Manager
Chief Executive Officer
Head of Global Relations
Publishing Data and Analysis Manager
Digital Product Manager and Online Editor
Senior Global Relations Manager
Distribution and Translation Manager
Chief Financial Officer
Publishing Data and Analysis
Social Media Manager
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Board of Overseers
|Roman Frydman||Andrzej Rapaczynski|
|Kenneth Murphy||Rebecca Berlow|
|Andrzej Rapaczynski||Klaudiusz Weiss|
Board of Trustees
|William Newton Smith||Nina Khruscheva|
|Roman Frydman||Joanna Rose|
|Kenneth Murphy||Clifford Chanin|
Monthly Series Commentators
For the full list of our monthly series commentators consult our Contributors Page
Unsolicited manuscripts are welcome, provided that they are not simultaneously submitted elsewhere. Prospective contributors are strongly encouraged to acquaint themselves with Project Syndicate's series when considering whether their submission addresses relevant subjects, themes, and issues. Please note that Project Syndicate's mission is to provide its member newspapers with commentaries devoted to reflection and analysis, rather than journalistic articles that cover particular news events. Contributors often possess demonstrated expertise regarding their chosen topics.
In some cases, submissions are accepted as Web-only "On Deck" commentaries. Selected "On Deck" commentaries are featured in Project Syndicate's "Economists' Club" or alongside commentaries in "Mind, Matter & Politics."
The preferred length of manuscripts is 800-900 words, with a 1,000-word maximum. Any accompanying image, graph, or figure should be at least 540 pixels wide, and submitted in JPEG or PNG format.
We regret that we cannot respond to every submission. Prospective contributors who do not receive a response within five days should feel free to submit their manuscripts elsewhere.
To submit an unsolicited article to Project Syndicate, click here. Please note that all submissions must be in English.
Project Syndicate has formed partnerships with leading newspapers to create dedicated sections for our commentaries on the world’s top digital platforms. Our Online Network pairs Project Syndicate’s cutting-edge content with the world’s top online brands as part of our effort to bring the world's top content to discerning readers everywhere.
Project Syndicate online sections take two forms. The Economists provides our top economic content, including the insightful analysis by Nobel laureates, global finance ministers, and the world's premier professional and academic economists. The Observers provides our top political content, including commentaries from heads of state, foreign ministers, and the world's leading geostrategists.
Online partners include:
|Business Weekly (Taiwan)||China Daily (China)|
|Caijing (China)||Die Welt (Germany)|
|De Tijd (Belgium)||Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland)|
|Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland)||Publico (Portugal)|
|The Guardian (UK)|
|Het Financieele Dagblad (Holland)|
|Il Sole 24 Ore (Italy)|
|Jornal de Negocios (Portugal)|
|Les Echos (France)|
Project Syndicate is the world’s largest opinion syndication organization, providing the foremost newspapers in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas with exclusive commentaries by prominent leaders and opinion makers. We are committed to maintaining the broad intellectual scope and global reach that readers need to understand the issues and choices shaping their lives. Thus, Project Syndicate’s commentators reflect the world in all its variety of professions, national and cultural backgrounds, and political perspectives.
As of December 2011, Project Syndicate works with 475 leading newspapers in 151 countries. For information about our member papers, please click here.
If you are an editor or interested in becoming a member, please click here.
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