February 2013. ESPI is calling for contributions to ESPI Perspectives. ESPI Perspectives are short papers, typically about five pages, presenting a concise analysis on innovative ideas in the field of space policy or societal impacts of space technology.
As ESPI strives to be an open platform think-tank, we welcome contributions from both experts and the general public that are in line with the nature of the Perspective series. Ideally, this takes the form of an existing unpublished paper or reflection. Depending on the nature of the topic, however, an inspiring idea can also be taken as a starting point for further elaboration. In the latter case further reflection in consultation with professionals in the field might take place during the writing process.
All accepted ESPI Perspectives are reviewed and edited on a joint basis. This is necessary to ensure the consistency of our publication series. While ESPI Perspectives do not necessarily represent the views of ESPI, they can be very relevant for stimulating discussion in the field of space policy, or space-society relations in general.