Researcher and Writer in Washington, DC

Can the Voice of Practitioners Be Further Amplified in Public Administration Review?

So many academic journals are just that—academic. But not Public Administration Review (PAR), which has long valued the perspective of those who toil in the fields of government. Such has been the case since the PAR’s inception in 1940, when a former Civil Service Commission employee, Leonard White, became PAR’s first editor, and chose the content. The journal understands the value of practitioners’ firsthand experience, which too many research publications treat as worthless anecdotes….(Read more)

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