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RAP's mission is to publish high quality contributions in the field of public administration and public policies, exploring their intersections with organizational theories, political science, economics, urban studies and international relations. RAP's empirical locus is mainly Brazilian and Ibero-American context, but contributions from other countries are welcome. RAP counts on a broad academic and practitioner readership, and privileges contributions that bridge theory and practice.
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