International Journal of Excellence in Public Sector Management

ISSN: 1993-8640

Journal Overview

Unique Attributes

The International Journal of Excellence in Public Sector Management is focused on current important issues that public sector managers face internationally, while deploying ever-shrinking resources to take care of ever-increasing public demands. It attempts to synthesize and spread knowledge about various quality tools, methodologies and implementation in public sector.

The Journal works towards a balance between sound theory and effective practice. Articles are a good mix of theoretical frameworks blended with experiences, best practices and case studies, to ensure practical implications based on sound theory.


Globally, public sector budgets are shrinking and staffing levels reducing. On the other hand, general public expectations are rising with increasing exposure to private sector efficiencies and quality of service in areas traditionally reserved for the public sector. Given these twin pressures, how do public sector managers ensure that they manage their resources efficiently and effectively and ensure delivery of key outcomes? Exposure to globally prevalent concepts and ideas, methods and techniques, besides case studies and best practices is essential to ensure excellence in public sector.

Key Benefits

Public sector managers need exposure to innovative ideas and implementation methodologies besides an opportunity to learn from successes elsewhere – and, this is what the Journal aspires to deliver to them. Articles that are drawn from different parts of the globe will expose them to new ways of approaching old problems.
Focusing on issues of common concern to public sector managers the world over, the Journal is essential reading for everyone involved in management and research in the public sector.

Key Journal Audiences 

  • Civil services managers and officials
  • Professional managers in public services
  • Managers and consultants from international agencies
  • Managers in government departments and local authorities
  • Academics and researchers in the field