Asia-Pacific Journal of Elections and Democracy (APJED) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal discussing various aspects of elections and democratization in the region. APJED aims to develop a knowledge ecosystem that is relevant for academic communities, policymakers, and democracy activists.
APJED is managed by the Association for Election and Democracy (Perludem) and Djokosoetono Research Center of University of Indonesia, supported by the Asia-Pacific Regional Support for Election and Political Transition Program (Respect) USAID.
Submissions are open year-round. APJED accepts original articles and book reviews.
Before submitting, please ensure that the manuscript fits the aims and scope of APJED and author guidelines.
All published manuscripts will be in English.
Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): Asia-Pacific Journal of Elections and Democracy
The KPU, Bawaslu, and the Constitutional Court in Resolving Disputes in Indonesia's Regional Elections: Negotiating and Navigating Authority and CooperationDOI record not availableAbstract View : 38