Established in 2013 and produced electronically, the journal Statistics and Public Policy (SPP) publishes papers that apply strong statistical methodology to problems in the realm of public policy and /or relevant political science. Articles may address international, national, or local policy questions, and the emphasis is upon the application rather than methodological novelty.
Article Publishing Charges (APCs). Statistics in Public Policy is open access, and the ASA, with Taylor & Francis, is committed to making open access publishing as accessible as possible for authors. Following is the APC schedule for SPP:
Please note that there is no charge to submit a paper to SPP; only accepted papers will be charged the APC. If you would like an estimated page count for your article, please send the paper to email@example.com.
David Banks - Duke University, firstname.lastname@example.org Daniel McCaffrey - ETS, email@example.com
Georgiy Bobashev -RTI International Alicia Carriquiry - Iowa State Univ. Ron Fricker - Naval Postgraduate Sch. Alan F. Karr -National Inst. of Statistical Sciences Mary Beth Landrum- Harvard Univ. Medical Sch. Michael D. Larsen -George Washington Univ. Denise Lievesley- King's College London David Marker- Westat Salil Mehta - Georgetown University Jasjeet Sekhon- University of California, Berkeley Bruce Spencer- Northwestern Univ. Andrew C. Thomas- Carnegie Mellon Univ.