||Reagan and Gorbachev in Red Square, March 1988
2017 marks the publication of volume 30 of
. In a commentary in the current issue,
reflect on the launch of the journal in 1988.
"The major journals in policy and administration were much less internationalized than they are now," Campbell and Peters write. There was "a need for a journal that would address public policy and administration in a comparative manner."
Read the commentary
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