Aims of the Journal

  • To provide a forum for the presentation, debate and discussion of ideas, concepts, techniques, and approaches in administrative science.
  • To facilitate the dissemination of ideas and research work in the field of administrative science.

Scope of the Journal

  • The journal is dedicated to serious and scholarly writings in the broad field of administrative science.
  • The journal is a forum for both empirical and conceptual work in this field.

Major Area of Interests

The journal is dedicated to serious and scholarly writings in the broad field of Administrative Science. We also welcome articles that are related to the Administrative field:

  • Public Administration
  • Politics
  • Corporate Administration
  • Policy
  • Social Work
  • Environment
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Leadership Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Human Resource Management

Peer Review Policy

JOURNAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE (JAS) follows the established policy of a blind review process consisting of two peer reviewers per submission. The goal of peer review is to assess the quality of articles submitted for publication in a scholarly journal by experts in a specific field of research. Before an article is deemed appropriate for publication in a peer‐reviewed journal, it must undergo an evaluation process.  

  • The author of the article must submit it to the JAS and must use the template of JAS and follow the format of the journal. Journal editor who forwards the article to experts in the field (editorial board) who are expert in the field and its take 4-5 weeks.
  • These impartial reviewers are charged with carefully evaluating the quality of the submitted manuscript, often using their own evaluation criteria to assist the review process.  
  • The peer reviewers check a number of issues in the manuscript including assessing the validity of the research methodology and procedures. They would also be vigilant for any unethical practice in the research or plagiarism.
  • If appropriate, they may recommend revisions and re‐submission of an article. In other cases, they may recommend rejection for various reasons. The editor of a journal is reliant on its reviewers to offer guidance on whether to accept or reject an article.  
  • The author can refer to Workflow of Paper Review and Publication.