Public Administration Review (PAR) is the preeminent professional journal in the field of public administration research, theory and practice. It is the only journal in public administration that serves both academics and practitioners interested in the public sector and public sector management. Articles identify and analyze current trends, provide a factual basis for decision making, stimulate discussion, and make the leading literature in the field available in an easily accessible format. With lively book reviews and a wide range of topics, PAR is an exciting read and an indispensable resource.
Want to let the editor know your thoughts or engage with PAR‘s readership? Our Speak Your Mind feature allows you to publicly discuss recent PAR content.
PAR Symposium on Policing and Race
Public Administration Review‘s most recent issue, Volume 77, Issue 2 features a symposium on policing and race. To access the issue, visit our Wiley site. PAR has also created a PowerPoint featuring the symposium’s content:
Speak Your Mind
Policing and Race
Our Latest Speak Your Mind feature is now online!
This month, we welcome your input on the content of PAR‘s symposium on policing and race. In the introduction to the symposium, guest editors Drs. Charles Menifield and James D. Ward argue, “This symposium contributes to the discussion by offering paradigms from multiple disciplines and providing the most up-to-date research at the intersection of public administration, law enforcement, and public policy.” Given the complex nature of policing problems facing the United States and variety of perspectives provided in the symposium, this month’s Speak Your Mind question seeks to provide a forum to enhance dialogue on this vital issue. Follow the discussion or contribute your thoughts here.