The Asian Journal of Public Affairs is a peer reviewed, academic publication regarding public affairs issues in the wider Asia including the Middle East, Central and South Asia and the Asia-Pacific region. Spearheaded by graduate students and published on a biannual basis, AJPA was established to analyse and influence policy-making through an interdisciplinary lens, including but not limited to Public Policy, Public Management, International Relations, International Political Economy, and Economics. Each edition features scholarly submissions, case studies, book reviews, and commentaries from distinguished figures. The journal seeks an audience of scholars and practitioners and is published by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.
AJPA Issue 11
Publishing Schedule / Cycle
AJPA is published bi-annually, once in summer and once in fall every year.
Call for Submissions for Issue 12!
We are currently accepting academic papers, case studies (4,000-6,000 words) and book reviews (1,000-1,500 words) authored by students enrolled in post-graduate courses or higher degrees, scholars and practitioners. For submissions and further details, please contact:
Submissions deadline: 15th August 2013