Published in Association with the American Society for Public Administration, Section on Transportation Policy and Administration
Forging a dialogue between academics and practitioners in the examination of civil infrastructure issues...
As infrastructure issues become more complex, so do the challenges for those involved in public works management and policy. Professionals in the field need a central forum to keep them on the leading edge of knowledge, theory and practice. That forum is Public Works Management & Policy...
Relevant, Practical Scholarship
Public Works Management & Policy is dedicated to publishing analyses, research, and opinions to help shape the agenda for discussion and resolution of the broad and diverse issues facing the infrastructure profession.. The format of the journal is designed to bridge the gap between practitioner and academic discourse on civil infrastructure. Recognizing that this dialogue has relevance for all audiences, Public Works Management & Policy seeks to keep you informed of the latest advances in the field by presenting the best work of both practitioners and academics.
In the pages of Public Works Management & Policy you will find useful and valuable work on a wide range of topics, including: public infrastructure and the economy, public works institutions, functions and history, infrastructure development and financing infrastructure, engineering and project management, environmental planning and policy, public works service operations, performance and risk infrastructure, system maintenance and renewal, public works legal issues and risk management for infrastructure systems.
Diverse, Interdisciplinary Scope
Civil infrastructure is an inherently broad field, embracing many disciplines of study and encompassing varied areas of practice. To address issues and opportunities in the field effectively, Public Works Management & Policy presents scholarship from many areas, including: engineering, environmental studies, public policy and analysis, public administration, urban affairs, planning science and technology, organization/management studies, public finance, economics, political science, history, sociology, education, and risk assessment and management.
Comprehensive, Informative Features
To fully explore the field of public works, Public Works Management & Policy contains innovative, thought-provoking scholarship written in accessible language, and with direct relevance to practice and policy. Features in Public Works Management & Policy include:
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