Aims and Scope

Public Integrity publishes only original articles from a variety of disciplinary perspectives concerning ethical issues that impact the public and introduce new discourse to the field.  Inclusive of government, NGOs, nonprofits, business, corruption, law, social equity, criminal justice, environment, and human rights, the purpose of the journal is to advance knowledge rooted in the social science literature.  A foundation of objectivity and informed inquiry including speculative philosophy and empirical research are welcomed.


Submission
Submission of a manuscript implies that the work described has not been published before in any form; that it is not under consideration for publication anywhere else; that all co-authors have approved its submission for publication as has any institution, where applicable.  No remuneration is provided for publication and the publisher is not legally responsible for any claim for compensation.
 
To submit a manuscript, click here.
 
Any problems submitting manuscripts should be directed to: Frank Anechiarico, Managing Editor
FAnechia@Hamilton.edu

To inquire about or submit a book in brief book review, or a book review analysis, contact: Lorenda Naylor, Book Review Editor
lnaylor@ubalt.edu or Heather Wyatt-Nichols, Book Review Editor hwyatt-nichol@ubalt.edu.
 
To inquire about or submit an exemplar profile, contact: J. Patrick Dobel, Exemplars Editor
PDobel@UW@edu  

Symposia
Proposals for Symposia should be directed to the Editor-in-Chief.
 
Any questions about editorial content or journal business should be directed to:
Carole L. Jurkiewicz, Editor-in-Chief
Carole.Jurkiewicz@Hofstra.edu
EDITORIAL TEAM

Editor-in-Chief: Carole L. Jurkiewicz, Carole.Jurkiewicz@Hofstra.edu


Managing Editor:
Frank Anechiarico,
FAnechia@Hamilton.edu

Associate Managing Editor: Mohamad G. Alkadry, malkadry@fiu.edu
 

Associate Managing Editor: Emile W. Kolthoff, emile.kolthoff@ou.nl


Exemplars Editor:
J. Patrick Dobel,
PDobel@UW@edu


Book Review Editors:
Lorenda Naylor, lnaylor@ubalt.edu and Heather Wyatt-Nichols, hwyatt-nichol@ubalt.edu.