The conjunction of systemic fundamental research and knowledge transfer is reflected in our publication strategy: peer-reviewed articles in international journals, edited volumes, monographs, as well as the PRIF Studies and Working Papers series target a scientific audience.
Through the series PRIF Report, PRIF Spotlight and PRIF Blog and the Peace Report, which has appeared annually since 1987, our practice-oriented analyses and remommendations reach policy-makers and a broad public.
PRIF Reports and PRIF Spotlights are subject to a systematic internal quality assessment by our research council.
The PRIF publication series are available online, free of charge. We support public access to our scientific publications online through Open Access.
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- Latest Publications
The most recent publications of PRIF’s researchers.
PRIF’s library holds the most extensive literature collection in the field of peace and conflict research in the German-speaking region.
- Open Access
PRIF supports the open access of scientific research results online.
- Studies of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
In form of monographs and anthologies, the “Studies of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt” present fundamental research findings of the institute as well as contributions to the current discourse of peace and security policy.
- PRIF Reports
PRIF Reports offer background analyses on political events and developments and present research findings.
- PRIF Spotlight
PRIF Spotlights examine current political and social topics that are relevant for peace and conflict research.
- PRIF Working Papers
PRIF Working Papers give insights into PRIF’s current fundamental research and stimulate the academic debate.
- Peace Report
The annual Peace Report sets out to analyse current violent conflicts, to show trends in international foreign, security and development policy and to give recommendations for politics.
- PRIF Blog
Since 2017 PRIF is blogging about current political and social issues and debates that are relevant for peace and conflict research.