Default: Public Administration Review

ISSN: 0033-3352

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Public Administration Review is a journal indexed in SJR in Public Administration and Sociology and Political Science with an H index of 130. It has a price of 2100 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,867 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Best articles

"Challenges of (Dis) Connectedness in the ""Big Questions"" Methodologies in Public Administration"

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A Holistic Theoretical Model for Examining Welfare Reform: Quality of Life

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A Mixed Relationship: Bureaucracy and School Performance

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Activating the Forces of Public Service Motivation: Evidence from a Low-Intensity Randomized Survey Experiment

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Administration, Governance, and Policy Tools in Welfare Policy Implementation

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Affirmative Action and Its Alternatives in Public Universities: What Do We Know?

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American Public Administration and Impacts of International Governance

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Executive Order 12898: Environmental Justice for All?

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Beyond Bureaucracy-Public Administration as Political Integrator and Non-Weberian Thought in Germany

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Beyond Heterodoxy: Dwight Waldo and the Politics-Administration Dichotomy

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Big Questions for a Significant Public Administration

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Book Reviews: Corporate Welfare, Taxpayer Subsidies, and Home Field Advantages

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Breaking up Is Hard to Do: The Dissolution of Judicial Supervision of Public Services

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Buying in a Businesslike Fashion - And Paying More?

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Catastrophe and the Public Service: A Case Study of the Government Response to the Destruction of the World Trade Center

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Citizen Ratings of Public and Private Service Quality: A Comparative Perspective

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Civic Engagement and Public Policy Making in America

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Comparing Public and Private Management: An Exploratory Essay

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Decentralization and Democratic Instability: The Case of Costa Rica

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Democratic Governance in the Aftermath of September 11, 2001

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Devolution and the Social Welfare of Elderly Immigrants: Who Will Bear the Burden?

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Distant Mirrors: Eight Recent Exemplary Models

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Does Regionalism Beget Regionalism? The Relationship between Norms and Regional Partnerships for Economic Development

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Dollars and Decisions: Fiscal Policy and Administration in the American States

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