Administrative Theory & Praxis (ATP)


Administrative Theory & Praxis (ATP)

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Publisher: Arizona State University School of Public Affairs

The journal of the Public Administration Theory Network, Administrative
Theory & Praxis (ATP) is a leading quarterly journal of dialogue in public
administration theory. Its purpose is to advance knowledge and stimulate new
thought in public administration.

The journal is open to many perspectives that contribute to public
administration, for example political and social theory, philosophy and
ethics, theory of institutions and organizations, psychological,
psychoanalytic, and phenomenological approaches, international and
comparative theory, and critical, feminist, discourse, and postmodern

Readers are encouraged to communicate with the editors about possible
papers, symposia, book reviews, or dialogue and commentary.

ATP evolved from the Network's original informal publication called

ATP is published with the generous support and assistance of the School of
Public Affairs, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.

ISSN 1084-1806


Thomas J. Catlaw
Arizona State University, School of Public Affairs
411 North Central Avenue, Mail Code 3720
Phoenix, AZ 85004


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Current Issue: Volume 30, Number 2 / 2008

Date: 22 August 2008

Original posting date: 
Friday, August 22, 2008
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