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Second, JPART is now indexed in the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI), the leading and most selective of the national and international index and citation organizations.
Third, JPART is now the official journal of the newly established Public Management Research Association (PMRA).
Fourth, after a long and fruitful relationship, JPART is discontinuing its connection with the Section on Public Administration Research of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA).
Four books have been published consisting of papers presented at the conferences, and leading journals, JPART foremost among them, have published articles and symposia from the conference papers.
By becoming a member of PMRA you receive a discounted subscription to JPART. We hope that you will join us and think of JPART when you are submitting papers to journals.
(In the means columns, a 10.00 would indicate that each respondent thought the best articles were published in that journal, a 0.00 would indicate that no one ranked that journal in the top ten.) Administration & Society and American Review of Public Administration rank two and three, respectively, followed by Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory (JPART), Public Administration Quarterly, and Public Productivity and Management Review, The top ten are rounded out by International Journal of Public Administration, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (JPAM), Canadian Public Administration, and State and Local Government Review (SLGR).
The seventh through tenth spots were taken by JPART (mean = 1.87), IJPA (mean = 1.70), JMS (mean = 1.26), and SLGR (mean = 1.17), with HR (mean = 1.13) falling close behind at number eleven.
Wolf's 1993 and 1997 JPART metanalyses of public-sector performance, models that closely mirror both the grand questions advocated by Lynn, Heinrich, and Hill and their ideal specification for governance research.