The International Journal of Public Administration and Consulting (IJPAC) ISSN 2586-355X is seeking manuscripts for potential publication
The IJPAC is an international publication published by National University of Mongolia cooperation with Hansung University to provide a worldwide audience with the opportunity for communicating and understanding the various issues of public administration and consulting. The IJPAC is published biannually.
The topic of the manuscript must be related to public administration, public policy and interdisciplinary field of public administration.
Interested authors should submit a manuscript electronically to Baasanjav Ganbaatar by email@example.com. Deadline for submitting manuscripts is May 10th, 2019
All manuscripts should be written in English using a widely accepted word processing program such as Microsoft Word. Manuscripts should generally contain no more than 8,000 words, including abstracts, endnotes and references; tables, figures, charts and appendices should be excluded from the word count. All material should be 12-point Times New Roman and double-spaced with margins of one inch. Authors submitting manuscripts to IJPAC are asked to include 3 – 5 “practitioner points” that distil specific practical implications and insights for practice from the research. Authors are encouraged to include practitioner points with the initial submission. The points are required to be included in the submission of a revised manuscript.
The IJPAC uses a double-blind review process so authors should prepare their manuscripts accordingly. Submit the title of the manuscript and an abstract of no more than 150 works on a page preceding the first page of the manuscript. This is commonly done by referring oneself in the third person and including typical references to the work cited in the reference list. Indicating that the text references to an author’s previous work are in the third person, full citations should be included as usual in the references. Authors should not thank colleagues in notes, acknowledgments, or anywhere in the body of the paper or mention institution names, Web page addresses, or other potentially identifying information. This information can be added if the manuscript is accepted. Manuscripts should also state that they have complied with appropriate ethical standards in the treatment of all participants in the work being reported.
Note: Selected manuscripts will be notified.
School of International Relations and Public Administration
Public Administration Department