Public Integrity, published bi-monthly since 1998, is the premier scholarly journal addressing ethical issues affecting society. Articles analyze key ethical issues in the fields of government, business, NGOs, nonprofits, corruption, law, social equity, leadership, criminal justice, environment, and human rights. Its broad scope of articles, thought-provoking editorials, and expert book reviews make it an essential resource in ethical research and a tool for advancing modern, informed dialogue on the topic across the globe. Public Integrity is sponsored by the American Society for Public Administration, and serves as a resource for both scholars and professionals. It is published by Taylor & Francis/Routledge.

Public Integrity welcomes original manuscripts from a variety of disciplines that address ethical issues of importance to the public, particularly those that introduce new discourse to the field. Inclusive of government, NGOs, nonprofits, business, corruption, law, social equity, leadership, criminal justice, environment, and human rights, the purpose of the journal is to advance knowledge rooted in the social science literature. A foundation of objective and informed inquiry, including speculative philosophy and empirical research, is a criterion.

Any questions about editorial content or Journal business should be directed to Editor-in-Chief Carole L. Jurkiewicz at Carole.Jurkiewicz@umb.edu