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Public Administration Quarterly (PAQ) publishes articles and symposia of interest to academics and practitioners across the fields of public administration and public affairs. An independent publication since its genesis in 1977 as the Southern Review of Public Administration, PAQ is committed to the use of the blind-review process.

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Southeast Conference for Public Administration
ASPA's Section on Professional and Organizational Development

Editor: Aaron Wachhaus, University of Baltimore
Email: paq@spaef.org
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Vol. 43, No. 2

Valuing the Transfer of Citizens’ Nonadministrative Knowledge to Government: Insights from Political Philosophy
by VADYM V. PYROZHENKO

Science V. Significance: Examining the Role and Application of Statistical Significance Testing in Public Administration Research
by STEPHEN R. NEELY

P-Values, Evidence, and Decisions: There is No Easy Button. A Commentary on “Science V. Significance?”
by ALAN LYLES

P-Values are not Sufficient but they are Necessary: Probing the Role and Application of Statistical Significance Testing in Public Administration Research
by ÉTIENNE CHARBONNEAU and PIER-ANDRÉ BOUCHARD ST-AMANT

Commentary on “Science V. Significance: Examining the Role and Application of Statistical Significance Testing in Public Administration Research”
by RANDALL DAVIS

Political Conflict in City Councils: Implications for Power and Leadership of Professional Managers
by TANSU DEMIR, CHRISTOPHER G. REDDICK and BRANCO PONOMARIOV

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