The Journal of Public Administration, Public Affairs, and Management publishes peer-reviewed scholarly articles and book/article reviews specifically focused on public administration, public affairs, public policy, management, and related fields. It is a double-blind peer reviewed journal, which assigns three (or more) expert anonymous reviewers to manuscript submissions. The journal is indexed in the ASEAN Citation Index (ACI) and Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI-G1). The journal is produced by the Graduate School of Public Administration, National Institute of Development Administration (GSPA-NIDA), Bangkok, Thailand. It is published bi-annually, in June and December, and publishes articles in English beginning in 2023. Aligned with the Journal’s open access policy, there is no publication fee for prospective authors, which the Journal hopes to further encourage and nurture the international exchange of research without financial barriers.
ISSN: 2985-0754 (Print)
ISSN: 2985-0762 (Online)
Greetings from the Journal of Public Administration, Public Affairs, and Management!
Starting with this volume (volume 21 number 1 January – June 2023), our journal has made significant changes, broadening our scope and continuing our journey to becoming an international, Scopus-indexed platform. In reflection of our broadened scope, we have changed our journal’s name from the Journal of Public Administration to the Journal of Public Administration, Public Affairs, and Management.
We are continually making progress toward our goal of meeting the journal selection criteria of Scopus. We have increased the accessibility and visibility of our publications and peer-reviewed content, along with registering an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN), both print and online. We have added, and will continue to add, content that is relevant for and readable by an international audience. For readers of our journal, we hope these changes improve your enjoyment and allow further knowledge to be gained from our journal articles. For authors, we expect that these changes will improve our citation rankings and the visibility of our published articles.
I strongly encourage you to submit your work for publication in our journal, and enthusiastically invite you to cite our articles. Submissions from around the globe are encouraged; we aim to increase diversity in the geographical distribution of our authors. We would make sure that your articles are processed with no delays or interruptions in the publication schedule.
All manuscripts and editorial communications should be sent via the ThaiJo Online Submission System, by logging on to ThaiJo Online. First-time users are required to register before making submissions. After registration, authors may also enter submissions via our website pa.gspajournal.com, which links to the ThaiJo system.
You can receive regular updates on our journal, including updates on recent publications, calls for research papers, and more, by following our Facebook page: Facebook JournalofPaPaM.
I truly hope that you will continue to enjoy and benefit from the publications in our journal.
Dr. Anchana NaRanong
The Thai Journal of Public Administration is pleased to announce that, effective August 9, 2022, Professor Anchana NaRanong will be taking over as Editor-in-Chief. We at the Thai Journal of Public Administration would like to thank outgoing Editor-in-Chief Professor Ponlapat Buracom and welcome new Editor-in-Chief Professor Anchana NaRanong.
Professor Anchana NaRanong holds a Professor position in Public Administration at the National Institute of Development Administration in Thailand. She received her Ph.D. in Policy Development and Program Evaluation and Master of Public Policy from Vanderbilt University. Prior to her study in the US, she earned a M.A. in Economics (International Program) from Thammasat University. She received an Excellence Research Award in Economics, and a Good Research Award in Political Sciences and Public Administration from the National Research Council, Thailand in 2009; and a Best Research Award in Political Sciences and Public Administration (Second Honor Award), National Research Council, Thailand in 2008. She also received the Good Academic Paper Award for the Year 2006, National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA). She was an Honorary Fellow, Program in Agrarian Studies, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University during 1996-1997. Her goal is to have the journal publish high-quality research or review papers, making them high-visibility and fully accessible for a multidisciplinary audience. She also aims to index the journal in Scopus.
ISSN: 2985-0754 (Print)
ISSN: 2985-0762 (Online)
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