Journal Citation Reports released its ranking data for 2015 on June 13. Governance has moved to #2 ranking in the field of Public Administration, and #5 ranking in Political Science. It is the only journal ranked in the top five in both fields. Its 2014 ranking was #4 in Public Administration and #10 in Political Science.
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I’ll be participating in a lunch discussion at Boston University’s Pardee School of Global Studies on November 20. The discussion highlights a forthcoming special issue of Governance that examines how the global financial crisis has changed policy and practice within the International Monetary Fund. The special issue was organized by Cornel Ban and Kevin Gallagher of the Pardee School. More details here.
The November newsletter for Governance is now available. Read it here.
The October newsletter for Governance is now available. Read the newsletter. In the current issue, Lan Xue cautions against simplistic assessments about the future of the global order, and says that established powers may encourage instability if they see the rise of other nations “as a threat to their hegemony.” But sound policy can produce a “new global governance system that is stable and effective.” Professor Xue is Dean of Tsinghua University’s School of Public Policy and Management.