Journals and Academic Presses
Politics academics at Exeter are Editors of several internationally leading journals listed below.
International Review of Administrative Sciences
International Review of Administrative Sciences (IRAS) is devoted to academic and professional public management and public administration. It is the oldest scholarly public administration journal specifically focused on comparative and international topics. IRAS encourages reflection on international comparisons, new techniques and approaches in governance, the dialogue between academics and practitioners, and debates about the future of public management and public administration.
Professor Andrew Massey at Exeter is Editor.
History of Political Thought
History of Political Thought is the leading journal in its field. It is also consistently recognised as a very high quality outlet in the ranking of prestige journals in political science generally. It was started in Exeter in 1980 by Janet Coleman and Iain Hampsher-Monk and has been edited from within the department continuously ever since.
The founding editorial board included Sir Isaiah Berlin, Luigi Firpo, Raymond Poloin, Michal Oakeshott, Nicolae Rubenstien and Peter Weber-Schafer and contributors have included, Terence Ball, J.H.Burns, J.G.A. Pocock, Quentin Skinner, Brien Tierney and Perez Zagorin. It has also published special festschift editions for leading scholars such as G.E.M. de Ste. Croix, Neal Wood and J.H.Burns. History of Political Thought is published four times a year.
Public Policy and Administration
Public Policy and Administration is the journal of the UK Joint University Council (JUC) Public Administration Committee (PAC). PPA aims to publish original peer-reviewed material within the broad field of public policy and administration.
Professor Claire Dunlop is an Editor.
Public Money & Management
Public Money & Management (PMM) is a highly-respected international journal covering finance, policy and management issues in public services.
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties
JEPOP aims to publish research of the highest quality on elections, public opinion, participation and political parties. Published under the auspices of the Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom specialist group of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties (EPOP), it welcomes submissions based on either comparative or single nation studies.