Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration Best Article Prize
About the prize
We are pleased to announce that the annual Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration Best Article Prize for 2018 has been awarded jointly to:
Ella Weisbrot for “Policy on the move: how policy advocates have framed the international transfer of Australia’s asylum seeker policies”
Iris van Eeden Jones & Karin Lasthuizen for “Building public sector integrity in Indonesia: the role and challenges of ethical leadership”
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration is a scholarly blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to promoting the study, research and enhancement of public governance, policy, administration and management in and beyond Asia and the Pacific. It welcomes contributions that address theory and practice from country, comparative and thematic perspectives. The Journal's target audience comprises scholars, policy-makers and managers, including those engaged in education and research in the expanding MPA and DPA communities.
All articles published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration are eligible to be considered for the annual Best Article Prize, with the decision based on a vote of editorial board members.
The Best Article Prize 2018 winning articles are free to access online until March 2020.
Asia Pacific Journal Best Paper of the Year Winners
|2018||Ella Weisbrot||Policy on the move: how policy advocates have framed the international transfer of Australia’s asylum seeker policies||40||3|
|2018||Iris van Eeden Jones & Karin Lasthuizen||Building public sector integrity in Indonesia: the role and challenges of ethical leadership||40||3|
|2017||Kohei Suzuki||Government expenditure cuts and voluntary activities of citizens: the experience of Japanese municipalities||39||4|
|2016||Ishani Mukherjee & Michael Howlett||An Asian perspective on policy instruments: policy styles, governance modes and critical capacity challenges||38||1|
|2015||Zeger Van der Wal||“All quiet on the non-Western front?” A review of public service motivation scholarship in non-Western contexts||37||2|
|2014||Björn Dressel||Public administration and the rule of law in Asia: breadth without depth?||36||1|