SCOPUS Citation Analysis
Policy & Governance Review is cited at least 12 times at Scopus database
Update August 28nd, 2021 06.21 PM GMT+7 | First published in 2017
- Santoso, A.D(2017). Tweeting in disaster area: An analysis of Tweets during 2016 major floods in Indonesia. Policy & Governance Review, 1(3), pp. 178-188.
- Yumagulova, L., Phibbs, S., Kenney, C.M., (...), McGee, T.K., Whitehair, R.(2019). The role of disaster volunteering in Indigenous communitiesEnvironmental Hazards.
- Safitri, Y., Angeline, M., Wibowo, D..(2021). Tweeps and their tweeting behavior during natural disasterIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 729(1),012083.
- Sutarna, I.T., Husna, K., Iswari, P.(2017). Elaboration on public administration crises: An endeavor in seeking scientific identity . Policy & Governance Review, 1(1), pp. 12-25.
- Yumagulova, L., Phibbs, S., Kenney, C.M., (...), McGee, T.K., Whitehair, R.(2019). Building a network concept in contemporary public administration. Public Administration Issues. 5, pp. 46-61
- Wahyuni, A., Mulyadi, E. (2017).Policy of inclusive education for education for all in Indonesia. Policy & Governance Review, 1(3), pp. 201-212
- Prasetiyo, W.H., Ishak, N.A., Basit, A., (...), Casmana, A.R., Muhibbin, A.(2020). Caring for the environment in an inclusive school: The adiwiyata green school program in indonesiaIssues in Educational Research 30(3), pp. 1040-1057
- Arlinwibowo, J., Retnawati, H., Kartowagiran, B., Mustaqim, Y. (2021). Inclusion Schools in the Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia: Regulations, Facilities and Aspirations of TeachersInternational Journal of Early Childhood Special Education 13(1), pp. 09-19/
- Burrows, K., Son, J.-Y., Bell, M.L. (2021). Do socioeconomic factors influence who is most likely to relocate after environmental disasters? A case study in IndonesiaSustainability (Switzerland) 13(11),6228
- Rachmawati, T., Pertiwi, P.D. (2017).Smart Environment Program, Smart Way to Smart City. Policy & Governance Review, 1(1), pp. 26-36
- Rouli, J., Dyah Kusumastuti, R.(2020). Decreasing urban environment quality and smart environment initiativesE3S Web of Conferences 211,01025
- Andhika, Rian, L., Nurasa, H., Karlina, N., Candradewini, C.(2018). Logic model of governance innovation and public policy in public service . Policy & Governance Review, 2(2), pp. 85-98.
- Kusumasari, B., Pramusinto, A., Santoso, A.D., Fathin, C.A.(2019). What shapes public sector innovation?Public Policy and Administration 18(4), pp. 430-446
- Marpaung, Z. S., Santoso, A. D. (2019). Performer, Reporter, and Marketer: Three Different Local Parliament Faces on Social Media . Policy & Governance Review, 3(3), pp.272-287
- Santoso, A.D., Rinjany, D.K., Bafadhal, O.M. (2020). Social media and local government in indonesia: Adoption, use and stakeholder engagement Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations 22(3), pp. 21-35
- Nurhidayati, D. (2019). Does digital public service complaint promote accountability? a comparative analysis of Upik Yogyakarta and Qlue Jakarta. Policy & Governance Review, 3(2), pp.127-141
- Pribadi, U., Iqbal, M., Saputra, H.A. (2021). Implementation of Online Single Submission Software Application in Yogyakarta City: Identifying Prominent Factors of Organizational Aspects IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 717(1),012025
- Reressy, N.P., Pramusinto, A., Margono, S.A., Susanto, E. (2019). Paradox of Social Capital in the Implementation of Public Policy (Finding in the Tanimbar Islands Regency) . Policy & Governance Review, 3(2), pp.157-170.
- Hennida, C., Santoso, Y.W., Kinasih, S.E. (2019). The role of the adat institution on land conflict resolution in TanimbarInternational Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 13(3), pp. 48-61
- Zulkarnain, Z.P., Prasojo, E. (2020). Understanding Japan’s civil service system: Norms, meritocracy, and institutional change . Policy & Governance Review, 5(1), pp.1-17.
- Su, Y., Xiao, X. (2021). Interacting effects of political social media use, political discussion and political trust on civic engagement: Extending the differential gains modelInternational Communication Gazette, Article in Press