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"The State in Crisis Situations: Insights and Best Practices from the COVID-19 Pandemic". The first Special Collection of the SSAS Yearbook deals with a topic that is currently preoccupying the whole world: The COVID-19 pandemic. In the Special Collection, contributions from academia and practice present the findings and best practices from the crisis and what lessons can be learned for future events. Check out the contributions: https://www.ssas-yearbook.com/collections/special/
Are you currently working on a paper dealing with prevailing topics within the area of administrative science?
The journal’s “open track” section provides the possibility to publish articles continuously throughout the year. In order to place your article in the journal’s open track section, all you have to do is send your abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org. After your abstract has been checked and accepted, you will be directed to submit your article via our website: https://www.ssas-yearbook.com/submit/start/
Posted on 07 Jun 2021
The Yearbook 2020 is dedicated to the focus topic “actively shaping the digital state” – a hot topic within the discourse of the administrative science community: Digital transformation has found its way from the private sector into the public administration. Digitalization presents a multitude of opportunities for creating new services and interfaces and therefore leads to the possibility of launching innovative access to the public administration sector. However, these innovations must not be implemented aimlessly or haphazardly, since not only opportunities arise, but also risks associated with digitalization, most notably in the areas of data protection and data security.
The Yearbook 2020 presents research and practice articles dealing with the focus topic “shaping the digital state”. Aditionally, the “open track” section also offers room for further articles tackling other relevant topics within the area of administrative science.
Are you currently working on a paper dealing with prevailing topics within the area of administrative science? The journal’s “open track” section provides the possibility to publish articles continuously throughout the year. In order to place your article in the journal’s open track section, all you have to do is send your abstract to: email@example.com. After your abstract has been checked and accepted, you will be directed to submit your article via our website.
Posted on 01 Apr 2020
We invite you to submit your article for the 11th Yearbook of the Swiss Society of Administrative Sciences (SSAS).
The Yearbook is published as an Open Access Journal on the following website: www.ssas-yearbook.com
The publication addresses science and practice and includes two main topics: In the first part, the focus topic is "Actively shaping the digital state". In the second part, an "Open Track", further articles about current administrative science topics may be submitted.
Abstracts for both parts:
A) Actively shaping the digital state
B) Open Track
should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March 2020 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 decision of the editors to accept the contribution. The complete article should then be submitted by 15 August 2020 at the latest and will undergo a detailed peer review. 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 30 Jan 2020