'Agenda' is the policy journal of
the College of Business and Economics at The Australian National
University. It provides a much needed space for the research-based
appraisal of current economic, social, and legal policy.
In keeping with
its remit, Agenda aims to be accessible to non-specialists and
specialists alike. In sympathy with this aim, Agenda is available
on the web, universally and at no charge. Agenda is also ECONLIT
listed, and included in the PROQUEST and EBSCO data
Agenda's 'Analysis' section provides an
outlet for fresh policy research using any theoretical or
econometric approach. Its 'Argument' section provides a platform
for the reasoned and scholarly advocacy of a particular policy
position. Its 'Retrospect' section accommodates interviews, the
history of policy, doctrine and professional life. Agenda also
publishes review articles as well as shorter reviews.
Agenda makes a special attempt to foster
informed debate in its "Symposia" section, which publishes several
compact reactions to a current policy controversy and actively
encourages the submission to the editor of proposals for such
All issues from 1(1) to the latest are now
available electronically from EPress under the title Agenda: journal
of policy analysis and reform.
Agenda welcomes submissions not only by
academics, but also by consultants and private scholars, and
government advisors. Neither the title nor the subtitle limits the
journal's scope to economic policy. We give space to articles on
the ideas and doctrines that inform policy debate, and on the
institutions and processes through which policies are formulated
Editorial queries and all papers should be
submitted by email to the Editor, currently at email@example.com.
All articles need to be provided in Microsoft Word format of any
Unsolicited submissions to Agenda
(articles, notes and book reviews) are welcome, but authors are
advised to discuss their proposals with one of the editorial group
All articles published in the journal
Agenda are subject to independent, external refereeing before being
accepted for publication.