SJPG is useful to students of public administration, political science, management, economics, sociology, international relations and others. It is hoped that this journal serves as a forum for exploration and dissemination of ideas and issues on various dimensions of public sector governance and policy particularly those studies based on empirical evidence and experience. We encourage articles that are original, analytical and argumentative to bring forth discussions and debates on existing political, administrative and social issues. We also encourage studies that highlight cross-country and regional analysis. We accept articles from all over the world. SJPG was initially called Public Administration Journal (PAJ) and was later renamed as Nepalese Journal of Public Policy and Governance (NJPG) in 2008.

Vol. 44 No. 2 (2020): SJPG Volume 44 December 2020

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