Canadian Public Administration Journal (CPA)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada is IPAC's refereed scholarly publication. Published quarterly, it examines the structures, processes, outputs and outcomes of public management and public policy. It covers executive, legislative, judicial and quasi-judicial functions at all three levels of Canadian government.
The CPA focuses primarily on Canadian issues, but its articles often compare Canadian institutions and public sector management concerns with those in other countries. Similarly, its articles occasionally examine matters in foreign states or in international organizations that are of particular relevance to the public administration community in Canada.
See Canadian Public Administration at Blackwell Wiley (www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118902552/home ) for current and back issues.
IPAC is grateful to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for its financial support of this Journal.
IPAC also happily acknowledges the Government of Canada's Publications Assistance Program (PAP) which supports the mailing of the CPA.
Call for Papers
Performance Evaluation in Canadian Public Organizations: How Far Have We Come? Submission deadline is November 30, 2013. For more information.
Professor Evert Lindquist
Denis Saint-Martin, PhD
New Style Guide
Manuscripts submitted for publication should not exceed 7500 words (contributions to the book review section should not exceed 1250 words) and should be accompanied by a 100-word abstract and five pullout quotations from the text of the article. Authors are asked to limit the number of text citations, notes and references. View the Style Guide
Non-compliance with these requirements may result in delay in publication.
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