The purpose of the Evaluation Journal of Australasia (EJA) is to further the aims of the AES in promoting the theory, research and practice of evaluation. To do so it publishes articles of professional merit on any subject connected with evaluation, together book reviews and example of professional practice of professional interest to members of the AES.
The journal is published by SAGE Publishing. As an AES member you receive exclusive access to an additional six SAGE journals.
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EJA is published quarterly on 1 September, 1 December, 1 March, and 1 June.
AES members have full access to the current issue and full back-catalogue of the EJA, as well as six additional evaluation-related SAGE journals:
- Evaluation Review - A Journal of Applied Social Research
- Journal of Mixed Methods Research
- Qualitative Research
- Evaluation and the Health Professions
Non-members and institutions can purchase subscriptions, or individual journal articles from SAGE – see link below.
Editor: John Guenther Managing Editor: Jeff Adams Associate Editors: Kylie Kingston, Jeff Adams Editorial Assistant: Michelle Wightwick
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Details about the submission process, including author guidelines, can be access on the SAGE website – see link below.
We are calling for papers on evaluation and COVID-19, to better understand responses to the pandemic – locally, nationally or globally – and to illuminate the unique insights that evaluation brings.
Papers may examine pandemic responses by government, private organisations, the not for profit sector, or the community, or consider conflicting views as well as the ethical challenges that underpin these conflicts. In addition to the devastating impacts on health and human life, the impacts of COVID-19 have also been felt by evaluation businesses, as governments and other commissioners of evaluation divert resources to help manage urgent need and other aspects of the crisis. Papers may also consider how the pandemic has influenced evaluative work and the evaluation sector, both in practical or immediate terms, and more broadly, by way of the authorising environments for evaluation.