Volume 9, Issue 3 of Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies is out now

The latest issue of Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies is available now, including a special issue on the social and economic impacts of online marketplaces on women in Asia. All articles in the journal are free to read and download.

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Special issue on social and economic impacts of online marketplaces on women in Asia

Special issue on social and economic impacts of online marketplaces on women in Asia.

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Market update: Sixty years of change in Papua New Guineaʼs fresh food marketplaces

This paper brings together research on PNGʼs marketplaces from between 1961 and 2022.

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COVID-19 in the Pacific territories: Isolation, borders and the complexities of governance

Analysis of the experience of COVID-19 in seven Pacific politically dependent territories.

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Popular political attitudes in Samoa: Findings of the Pacific Attitudes Survey

This paper presents the findings of the first Pacific Attitudes Survey (PAS), conducted in Samoa from December 2020-January 2021.

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Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies (APPS) is the flagship journal of the Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University. It is a peer-reviewed journal that targets policy-relevant research in Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Its disciplinary focus includes economics, political science, governance and development studies, and environmental management. The goal of the journal is to break down barriers across disciplines, and generate policy impact. Articles on the Pacific Island region are especially encouraged.

The journal’s editorial office is based in the Crawford School at The Australian National University in Canberra. The Editor-in-Chief is Professor Stephen Howes. For information on the editors, see Editors.

APPS is published online three times a year by Wiley. All APPS articles are open access and freely available to read and download from Wiley Online Library.

Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies is supported by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through the Pacific Research Program.

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