GiA features contributions from multiple disciplines and subfields including politics, economics, international relations, environment, sociology, law, development and human rights.To submit a manuscript, click here.
The journal Governance in Africa (GiA) is seeking a candidate to serve as Editor-in-Chief. Our current EiC will be stepping down in 2016 offering a rare opportunity for someone to lead this new and innovative journal. Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications by 31st May 2016.
GiA is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, expert commentary and policy briefings on a number of themes relevant to contemporary governance in Africa. Its objective is to build and consolidate knowledge in this field, to increase the reach and impact of research, and to influence policy at the highest levels.
GiA features contributions from multiple disciplines and subfields including, but not limited to, politics, economics, international relations, development, environment, policy and sociology.
Please note that this is currently a voluntary editorial position. The time commitment is not onerous but is not trivial; editors might be expected to handle 1-2 submissions per month for the journal. Further information or answers to questions can be obtained from email@example.com, and further details about the journal can be found at www.govafricajournal.org.
Governance in Africa would like to invite you to submit your research for publication within our 2016 issue. The journal welcomes papers from a range of disciplines surrounding African governance, including:
Whilst we accept submissions throughout the year, please submit by 31st May 2016 to be considered for this round of editorial assessment.
To make a submission, please follow the instructions at http://www.govafricajournal.org/about/submissions/. Please contact the editor if you would like to discuss the article prior to making a submission.
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