Journal of public policy practitioners is a scholarly research journal, exclusively for the publications of practitioners working in the public sector of Pakistan. The journal aims to feature substantively on the core governance and policy issues such as management in public sector organizations, local government issues, intergovernmental relations, performance management and evaluation, public financial management, budgeting, governance, service delivery and public involvement.
JPPP is an indispensable resource to understand the contours, constraints and complexities of the public sector in Pakistan. It will enable the civil servants to gain new tangible knowledge and learn about implementable solutions to face the emerging challenges in the realm of service delivery, governance and public administration.
Aim and Scope
Journal of public policy practitioners (JPPP) seeks to publish the research that highlights the issues and challenges of the public sector. Public administration, and service delivery have their own set of challenges that need to be addressed with strategic approach accompanied by innovative ideas. Hence, this journal will incorporate research articles, essays, field notes and case studies from civil service practitioners from all over Pakistan.
The mission of JPPP is to facilitate the practitioners with a platform where they can bring forth new insights from their research, based on their experiences and practices that could offer solutions and mechanism to meet the emerging challenges of public administration and service delivery.
JPPP envisions itself to be the most credible source of information and research that encompasses the theoretical and practical knowledge of public sector and service delivery generated by the practitioners.