Studies of PRIF
Since 2008, the "Studies of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt" are published at Nomos publishing house (Baden-Baden). These monographs and anthologies feature elementary findings from within the institute as well as contributions to the peace and security discourse and accompanying publications to PRIF's conferences. The studies undergo external evaluation before published.
From 1979 to 2007 the studies were published with Campus publishing house (Frankfurt).
HSFK-Reports contain scientific analyses of current problems and offer recommendations for dealing with them. These reports appear around ten times a year and are directed amongst others at policy makers and the media.
Peace Research Institute Frankfurt has been publishing Reports in English since 1987. Their contents are directed at opinion makers abroad.
The series "HSFK-Standpunkte" have been published since 1993 with at least six issues a year. They feature pointed positions on current debates aimed at an audience interested in peace and security themes.
The Working Papers are published at varying intervals in German/English and are only available electronically for download. This uncomplicated publication mode allows an insight into current basic research, puts up drafts concerning central research issues for discussion and stimulates scientific exchange and information.
Since its first appearance in 1987 the Peace Report has become the common yearbook of the five German peace research institutes. Besides PRIF, it features the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFHS) and the Research Center of the Evangelical Studies Community in Heidelberg (FEST). In 1999 also joined the Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC) and the Institute for Development and Peace in Duisburg (INEF). The Peace Report consists of an introductory statement followed by several analyses on current conflicts as well as foreign and security policy, concluded by concrete policy recommendations.
Since 2007, the German Foundation for Peace Research provides financial support to the Peace Report.