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American Politics Research (APR) published bi-monthly, has served for more than forty years as an integral forum for the dissemination of the latest theory, research and analysis in all areas of American politics, including local, state, and national. APR supplements its broad coverage with in-depth studies of topics of current interest in Special Issues and Symposia and Research Agenda Papers.
The American Review of Politics publishes original research on American politics and the American political process. The primary focus of the journal is on American political development, Southern Politics, early American political thought, constitutional development, representation, and party politics. Papers on any area of American politics will be considered.
Public Administration Quarterly is a general journal publishing single-article manuscripts and symposia in all areas of public administration, and is committed to the consistent use of the blind-review process in making publishing decisions.
The American Review of Public Administration (ARPA), published eight times a year, is one of the elite scholarly peer-reviewed journals in public administration and public affairs. ARPA focuses on public administration broadly defined, encompassing organization and management studies, leadership, performance measurement and management systems, budgeting and financial management, network governance, and nonprofit management, among other topics.