Governance is an international journal devoted to the study of executive politics, public policy, administration, and the organization of the state. Papers that adopt a comparative perspective are of particular interest. The editors welcome articles employing any methodological approach that addresses themes of relevance to these topics. Articles addressing specific events, policies, politicians, or structures must have some general theoretical significance. The editors strongly encourage public servants and politicians as well as academics to submit articles that meet these criteria.
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