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Conversations from the Field: Interview with Liz Agpaoa

Conversations from the Field: Interview with Liz Agpaoa

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Paula Bechtler As both government and nonprofit entities take stock of what…

Into the Woods: The “Nature” of Public Policy and Public Administration

Into the Woods: The “Nature” of Public Policy and Public Administration

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA.   By Benjamin H. Deitchman In the wind and fog of New York’s…

Teaching Impact

Teaching Impact

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Thomas Bryer This is the second of an occasional column series.…

Global Health – The Great Disease Exchange

Global Health – The Great Disease Exchange

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA.   By Burden Lundgren For at least a decade, programs, departments, degrees, certificates…

The Glass Ceiling: Subtly Intact Within the Fire Service

The Glass Ceiling: Subtly Intact Within the Fire Service

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Donna Maize Gender discrimination suits against two of the largest fire…

Expanding the Role of Public Administration: From Citizen Participation to Open Government

Expanding the Role of Public Administration: From Citizen Participation to Open Government

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Andrew Vaz It is very important for a democratic government to…

Role of Traditional Euclidian Zoning in a Post-Industrial Economy

Role of Traditional Euclidian Zoning in a Post-Industrial Economy

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By David Robinson Ninety years is a long time for anything to…

Public-Private Partnerships in Higher Education: The Western Governors University Initiative

Public-Private Partnerships in Higher Education: The Western Governors University Initiative

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Frank Woodward Jon Nixon wrote in 2011 in Higher Education and…

The Business of Government Today: Public, Private or Nonprofit Providers?

The Business of Government Today: Public, Private or Nonprofit Providers?

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Alicia Schatteman  Everything old is “new” again. For a long time,…

Examining the Stress Test: Thoughts on Former Treasury Secretary Geithner’s New Memoir

Examining the Stress Test: Thoughts on Former Treasury Secretary Geithner’s New Memoir

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Antwain Leach In his newly released memoir on his experiences as…

The Impact of the Postmodern Condition on the Administrative Transformation of Developing Countries

The Impact of the Postmodern Condition on the Administrative Transformation of Developing Countries

A note for our readers: the views reflected by the authors do not reflect the views of ASPA. By Mehmet Yesilbas My previous article, ‘Postmodern Politics: An Evaluation on Administrative…

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