Open Call for Papers

The Asia-Pacific Journal of Elections and Democracy
Volume 1, Number 2, 2021

 

Asia-Pacific Journal of Elections and Democracy (APJED) invites theoretical, empirical, and policy-relevant submissions that cover various aspects of electoral processes and/or problems of democratization in the Asia-Pacific. APJED has a multidisciplinary focus, and we, therefore, accept manuscripts grounded in political science, economics, anthropology, cultural and gender studies, history and other related fields. We also have a broad understanding of democracy, ranging from the dynamics of grassroots activism to the operations of elite politics. APJED welcomes both single-country and cross-national comparative studies.  APJED practices a double-blind peer review; the editors-in-chief first conduct an initial review and, if considered of sufficient quality, subsequently send the submission to, at least, two external referees.

Article Submission Deadline:  31 August 2021

Submit your paper here

 

Open Access, Zero Fees

APJED is an open-access journal and adopts Creative Commons (CC BY 4.0) licenseAPJED does not charge any fees.

 

Editors in Chief
Prof. Marcus Mietzner M.A, Ph.D
Associate Professor College of Asia & the Pacific Australia National University

Titi Anggraini S.H, M.H
Board of Advisor Association for Election and Democracy (Perludem)

Board of Editorial Advisors                           

Prof. Topo Santoso S.H, M.H, Ph.D
Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia

Burhanuddin Muhtadi M.A, Ph.D
Department of Political Science, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University

Adhy Aman, LL.M as representative of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA)

Dr. Patricia Rinwigati Waagstein, S.H., M.I.L
Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia

Joel Mark Baysa Barredo. MAHR
Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Research and Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia (SHAPE-SEA)