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Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management

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ISSN: 0732-1317

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Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management has now published its final volume. Throughout its 32 year history this series presented research from many eminent scholars dealing with important methodological and theoretical issues in the policy sciences. It featured a particular emphasis on research related to operations and design issues for governmental organisations.

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Highlights of the series included:

Comparative Public Administration, Volume 15
New Steering Concepts in Public Management, Volume 21
Different Paths to Curbing Corruption, Volume 23

Reviews of Volume 23:

“Jon Quah’s latest contribution to our understanding of the numerous ways in which corruption can be curbed is full of valuable insights and sound advice, based on empirical evidence. It will be indispensable not only to academic students of corruption, but also—perhaps even more so—to anti-corruption practitioners.”
Leslie Holmes, School of Social and Political Sciences University of Melbourne, Australia. Reviewed in Asian Journal of Political Science, Volume 23, Issue 1

‘[the book] will be of interest to scholars and practitioners in public administration, comparative politics, and anticorruption. It complements and extends current econometric approaches to understanding corruption and relates it to broader macrohistorical themes in development. It will also be very useful for teaching in the growing number of university courses on corruption, raising questions of method as well as substance.’
Peter Larmour, Australian National University. Reviewed in Governance, Volume 27, Issue 3


The series has now been re-launched as Public Policy and Governance, edited by Professor Evan Berman, Victoria University of Wellington.

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