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The Asian Review of Public Administration journal now has its new website!
The website contains past and current issues of the journal. Frequent readers of the journal may subscribe to the website.
Those who wish to contribute articles to the journal may also do so by registering with the journal to begin the five-step process of manuscript submission. Before submitting articles, potential contributors should review the About the Journal page for the journal's section policies, as well as the Author Guidelines.
ARPA SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Foreign subscribers: USD 16.00
Filipino subscribers: PhP 350.00
Subscription (per year)
Foreign subscribers: USD 30.00
Filipino subscribers: PhP 600.00
To avail a copy or subscribe to the Asian Review of Public Administration journal, please contact the EROPA Secretariat (email@example.com).
The Asian Review of Public Administration (ARPA) is the bi-annual journal of the Eastern Regional Organization for Public Administration (EROPA). It is an internationally-refereed journal in the field of public administration and governance in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
The first issue of the Asian Review of Public Administration came out in June 1989, succeeding the EROPA Review, initially published in Vietnam, and the EROPA Journal, initially published in Pakistan, as the organization's flagship publication. ARPA hopes to serve as a continuing forum through which views and positions of scholars and practitioners can be shared. It reinforces EROPA’s commitment to good administration not only among members in the region, but with other regions as well. EROPA seeks to expand the forum, to improve EROPA’s interactions, to further discover the organization’s capabilities by way of exchanging ideas and perspectives.
Scholars and academicians, practitioners, students and researchers interested in the field of public administration and governance in the general Asia-Pacific region are the target audience of the journal.
The Journal aims to:
1) Disseminate ideas, issues, trends and problems impinging on public administration and related fields. It also aspires to promote study and research, as well as serve as a venue for exchange of ideas and experiences. (ARPA Jan-Jun 1989, Vol.1 No.1)
2) Promote public administration and governance as a field of study and as an area of professional practice through the documenting of new ideas and to discuss emerging trends and problems and innovative solutions to the problems and to share organizational policies and experiences in the effort to improve the state of public administration and governance in the region and other parts of the world.