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Intergovernmental Relations

Guide for the graduate class with Professor Faria

E-Journals

All titles: Rutgers-restricted access

Academy of Management Review
1976-(current-5 years)
1976-present

Administrative Science Quarterly
1956-present

American Journal of Political Science
1973-(current minus 2 years)
2003-present

American Political Science Review
1906-(current minus 3 years)
2001-present

American Review of Public Administration
2000-2005

Australian Journal of Public Administration
1994-present (with a 12 month delay)

Canadian Public Administration
1997-present

Chinese Public Administration Review
2002-present

Government Finance Review
02/01/1995-present

International Journal of Public Administration
2001 to present (with a 12 month delay)

Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
1997-present
1981-1995

Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
1996-present

Journal of Public Economics
1972-present

Journal of Public Management and Social Policy
Selected issues available online.

Public Administration and Development
1996-present

Public Administration Quarterly
06/01/1977-2005

Public Administration Review
1965- present (with a 12 month delay)

Public Budgeting and Finance
1981-present (with 12 month delay)
current year

Public Choice
1997-present

Public Finance and Management
2002- present

Public Finance Review
1997-present

The Public Interest (ceased publication 2005)
1965-1990
1990- 2005

Public Management
1993- present

Public Personnel Management
1973-present

Public Performance and Management Review
2003- present

Public Voices
1993-present

Review of Public Personnel Administration
1999-present


 

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