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 The Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences - TRSA
Country: Romania
Focus: Institution and HR Management
Description: The Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences (TRAS) was first published in 1998 as a response to an increasing need for specialized scientific journals in the field of administrative sciences in Romania. TRAS features an interdisciplinary approach to the aforementioned field and it is meant to be useful for both the academic community and the practitioners.

TRAS has an international board formed of specialists in the field of public administration. By means of a project financed by the Foundation for an Open Society, the Review is now available online free of charge, at www.rtsa.ro. The Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences is also listed at www.ebsco.com. The Review is listed in the International Bibliography of Social Sciences (www.lse.ac.uk/collections/IBSS) and at the national level it is ranked by the National Council for Scientific Research (CNCSIS) B (B stands for journals that have the potential to be internationally recognized).  

The general topic covered by the articles in the Review is administrative sciences. As a result of an interdisciplinary, modern approach, the articles cover the following specific themes: public management, public policy, administrative law, public policy analysis, regional development, community development, public finances, urban planning, program evaluation in public administration, ethics, comparative administrative systems, etc. From the standpoint of the topic covered, the Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences is lined up with the trends followed by other international journals in the field of public administration.

Until 2003 two issues of the Review were published per year. Starting with 2004 the board’s effort was aimed at publishing three issues per year.


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