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Vol. 4 No. 1 (2023): JOELS : Journal of Election and Leadership

JOELS (Journal of Election and Leadership) gives scholars and practitioners who advance leadership a forum to share their analysis of topics including but not limited to voting behaviour, turnout, campaigns, political parties, and electoral systems, etc. In light of the recent emerging democracies, a plethora of new data and scope is one of JOELS' aims to test and analyze to provide evidence-based environment for the discourse of Leadership Theory. The main focus is leadership topics, with interests in political participation, organizational behavior, human resource management, strategy, international management, and entrepreneurship.

Published: 2023-01-31
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JOELS: Journal of Election and Leadership is a free, double-blind, peer-reviewed publication that accepts the submissions of research that explores leadership, whether they are in the sphere of politics or in other specific and general contexts, such as leadership in education or how people select and think of their leaders. JOELS is published bi-annually every January and July under the Institute of Research and Community Service, Faculty of Administrative Sciences, Center for Political and Government Studies as well as electoral and leadership specialist groups.

As of Volume 3, JOELS Journal is welcoming article submissions in either English Language or Bahasa Indonesia.

Best wishes,

Alexsander Yandra, S.IP., M.Si.
Editor-in-Chief of JOELS Journal
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