The journal is a high quality journal reflecting both scholarly and practice oriented work in the area of the administrative sciences and related fields, with some but not exclusive relation to Switzerland (e.g. author[s], institution[s], content, relevancy, interest etc.).
Das Journal ist eine qualitativ hochwertige Publikation, die sowohl akademische wie auch praxisorientierte Beiträge zu den Verwaltungswissenschaften und verwandten Disziplinen, mit einem gewissen, aber nicht exklusiven Bezug zur Schweiz (z.B. Autor[en], Insitution[en], Inhalt, Relevanz, Interesse etc.) publiziert.
Ce journal de haute qualité accepte des contributions académique et pratique, des sciences administratives et disciplines connexes, avec une certaine mais pas exclusif référence á la Suisse (p.e. auteur[s], institution[s], contenu, pertinence, intérêt etc.).
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Call for Papers
We hereby invite you to submit your article for the Special Edition of the Yearbook of the Swiss Society of Administrative Sciences (SSAS). The SSAS Yearbook’s Special Edition deals with the current topic of state crisis management and offers both researchers and practitioners the opportunity to present their findings and insights on the focus topic "The state in crisis situations: Insights and best practices from the COVID-19 pandemic".
In addition, articles discussing a current administrative science topic can be submitted for publication in the "Open Track" of the SSAS Yearbook.
Interested? Submit your abstract on either the focus topic or Open Track to email@example.com by March 31st 2021 at the latest. The abstract should contain at least one page and cover the chosen topic as well as possible. Within 30 days after submission of the abstract, the author will be informed about the editor’s decision to accept the contribution. The complete article should then be submitted until August 15th 2020 at the latest and will undergo a detailed peer review. Once they are completed, articles are published on a continuous basis throughout the year. It should be noted that the number of articles per year is limited and the selection is on a first come, first serve basis, with preference for articles dealing with the focus topic. "Open Track" articles may be postponed to the following year.
We look forward to your contribution!
Posted on 21 Jan 2021More Announcements