New home for the Australian journal of Public Administration

Journal to be housed in the Melbourne School of Government from 2015

1d4e3530d9b911e5b3aa1f9889fd5cda_inset_imageThe Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) has announced the Australian Journal of Public Administration (AJPA) will be housed in the Melbourne School of Government from 2015.

Academics from the Melbourne School of Government will lead the AJPA’s new editorial team, which comprises of Professor Janine O’FlynnAssociate Professor Helen DickinsonProfessor Adrian KayMs Maria Katsonis and Associate Professor Anne Tiernan.

The AJPA is the premier public administration journal in Australasia and is committed to the study and practice of public administration, public management and policy making. First published in 1937, the AJPA has influenced the theory and practice of public administration by publishing a range of perspectives and creating a rich archive of knowledge and debate. AJPA publishes four issues a year with a total volume of 512 pages spread over the four issues. The journal is published by Wiley. The new team will begin editing the AJPA from the March 2015 issue.