The Pyramides journal has been deciphering the trends in administration sciences and tracing out their future since 2000. The journal assesses projects implemented within public institutions and describes reforms undertaken in the administration and decisions taken by authorities and jurisdictions. Privileging a pluridisciplinary approach, Pyramides also draws on sociology, political studies, mathematics, law, history and social psychology. Its authors hail from both the academic community and the administrative world. The journal is published by the Centre d’études et de recherches en administration publique (CERAP, Université libre de Bruxelles). For the opening of the journal’s site, its full collection (21 issues) is available on open access in full text.