Australian Quarterly is an independent political science journal, with a focus on Science Policy. It is published in Australia four times a year and deals with a wide range of scientific, economic, political and social issues. The journal was established in 1929 and as such it is Australia's longest running political science journal.
Since its establishment, the journal has published a wide range of leading Australian writers, political scientists and research scientists. The journal is published by the Australian Institute of Policy & Science, formerly known as the Australian Institute of Political Science, and located in Sydney, Australia. The journal itself has also undergone some name changes, being for some time known as AQ: Journal of Contemporary Analysis and now called AQ: Australian Quarterly. The journal is listed as a core journal with the Worldwide Political Science Abstracts database, and is available on-line through most university libraries.
- "AQ Official site". Australian Institute of Policy & Science. Archived from the original on 24 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-01.
- Australian Institute of Policy and Science
- Worldwide Political Science Abstracts Database
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