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International Journal of Public Leadership

The Editors of the International Journal of Public Leadership (IJPL) are inviting submissions.

Contributions are welcomed from all, including early career researchers. We are also keen to publish high quality research from across the world, enabling our readers to benefit from insights derived from a diversity of political and cultural contexts.

Please submit your paper for consideration for publication in this multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal.

Potential topics include issues that could be considered relevant to the study of leadership in the public sphere, wherever that is located - from government, to communities, non-governmental actors, businesses, political groups, military forces, or individuals. All perspectives on leadership are welcomed and contributions from all disciplines are encouraged, including but not limited to sociology, organisation studies, public administration and policy, political science, psychology, linguistics, law, history, economics, literature and the arts. Papers that offer new empirical research, theory development or testing, comprehensive literature reviews, or rich practitioner accounts are all welcome.

Submit a paper

Submissions are welcomed from academics and leaders across public services and are made using the ScholarOne Manuscript site:

Further information

More information, including author guidelines, is available by clicking this link. Alternatively, you can contact Rich Callahan (Editor, [email protected]), or Hazel Goodes (Publisher, [email protected]).