Revue gouvernance is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes theoretical, empirical and critical articles that address one or more aspects of public and social governance in Canada and elsewhere in the world. This interdisciplinary and multi-methodological journal publishes articles from every epistemological and ontological perspective, with a view not only to making a constructive and normative contribution to our knowledge of governance, but also to fueling public debate on the challenges and issues bound up in the contemporary exercise of governance.
The bilingual journal (English/French) was created in an electronic format in 1990 and currently counts over 2,000 subscribers.
Revue gouvernance is open to publishing individual papers or special issues on a particular topic related to governance or topics that address governance in a specific region. Each issue contains four individual papers of approximately 8,000 words each. Articles can be submitted in both French and English. All submissions to Revue gouvernance are double blind, peer reviewed. The peer review process is managed by the Editors.