The International Journal of Public Leadership now included in Scopus

International Journal of Public Leadership

We are delighted to confirm that the International Journal of Public Leadership (IJPL) has now been accepted for inclusion into Scopus. This is fantastic news, and is a reflection of the journal’s focus on high quality research, and its contribution to the wider scholarly debate. Emerald Publishing would like to thank the editorial team, Professor Richard Callahan and Dr Tim Mau, and the journal’s Editorial Advisory Board, Guest Editors, and reviewers for their hard work and dedication to IJPL. We would also like to thank our authors for their contributions to the journal over the years – we hope to continue to publish your research in IJPL. 

A comment from the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Professor Richard Callahan:

"The inclusion on the Scopus list of journals, recognizes the commitment to research quality and impact of the entire team for the International Journal of Public Leadership including the researchers from over 20 different nations in the past 4 years, as well as the more than 80 reviewers with thoughtful and in-depth peer reviews. The Editorial Advisory Board with experienced academics and practitioners from across 14 nations, coupled with the contributions of Special Edition Editors, and the Associate Editor, Professor Tim Mau, and Emerald Publication team lead by Hazel Goodes, have all contributed significantly in my past four years as Editor-in-Chief to reaching the goal of being on the Scopus List."

A comment from the journal’s Associate Editor, Dr Tim Mau:

"Being included as a Scopus-listed journal is an important milestone for the International Journal of Public Leadership as we strive to be the publication of choice for new and innovative research related to all aspects of public leadership. I am proud to be a part of the editorial team, under the leadership of Hazel Goodes, our Publisher, and Professor Richard Callahan, Editor-in-Chief, that has worked tirelessly to achieve this well-deserved recognition. I am confident that it will contribute significantly to the continued growth and enhanced prestige of the journal."