Confirming JPacS’s Excellence: Journal maintains its USP ranking

We are pleased to share the very good news that JPacS has maintained its strong ranking as an academic journal. By maintaining its B ranking, JPacS continues to have a reputation for being a high-quality academic publication. “We are delighted to see that JPacS has been thoroughly assessed and found to be a journal of such high quality …” remarked Editor-in-Chief, Professor Digby Race. “This achievement is a testament to JPacS team’s hard work in maintaining the highest standards of academic publishing. We are proud to publish high-quality articles across a wide range of topics that inform the world about our Pacific region.”

We are grateful for the continued support from authors, editors, reviewers and the many readers. Thank you for choosing JPacS as one of your preferred academic publications.

The USP 2022 Journal ranking list has been uploaded on the Research Office website and can be accessed by clicking here.

EiC thanks many of the Pacific’s finest minds for maintaining JPacS

As the most recent EiC for JPacS, I am humbled and privileged to be in this role for such an important journal. As many will know, JPacS has played an invaluable role since it was launched in 1975 in providing a platform for academics within and outside USP to share their latest research relevant to the livelihoods, prosperity and sustainability of the Pacific region. The vital intellectual contribution by JPacS to our Pacific region over nearly 50 years has been phenomenal. Maintaining the high quality of JPacS over such an extensive period is largely due to the impressive Editors that have come before me – they include many of the Pacific region’s most accomplished academics and finest minds. I am very grateful for their important contribution to JPacS and sincerely thank them all. Professor Digby Race, Editor-in-Chief

Looking to publish your latest research?

JPacS accepts articles for publication all year round. We publish the articles on our website as they are accepted and finalised for publishing.

If you are ready to submit your article for consideration, please visit our ‘Guide for Authors’ webpage.

2023 Pacific Update Conference

The 2023 Pacific Update was held during 13th – 15th June at the University of the South Pacific, Laucala Campus, Fiji. Co-hosted by the Development Policy Centre,  Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, the Australian National University and the University of the South Pacific’s School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, the Pacific Update Conference is the premier forum for discussion of economic, social, political, and environmental issues in the region.

Click here to read more on the 2023 Pacific Update.

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