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The American Society for Public Administration is the largest and most prominent professional association for public administration. It is dedicated to advancing the art, science, teaching and practice of public and non-profit administration.

The Nonprofit Sector and the Provision of Public Services

The Nonprofit Sector and the Provision of Public Services

A paradigm shift in public administration with the rise of New Public Management supports the contracting out of public services. This relationship is more collaborative and is still evolving in…

Is the Growing Civilian-Military Divide Good for America?

Is the Growing Civilian-Military Divide Good for America?

The distance between the patriotism of the ballpark and the patriotism of the battlefield is widening. The Civilian-Military Divide continues to grow, leaving a gap between a trusted institution and…

Thomas Jefferson, Selflessness and Public Service

Thomas Jefferson, Selflessness and Public Service

In the fragile and uneasy days of the republic in its infancy, it would have been all too easy for those like Washington or Jefferson to claim power for themselves.…

Is Healthcare Seen as a Privilege or a Right? Public Opinion on Medicare-For-All

Is Healthcare Seen as a Privilege or a Right? Public Opinion on Medicare-For-All

Healthcare is a hot issue of debate among today’s presidential candidates. In order to better understand public opinion on this issue, the Center for Public Policy at Virginia Commonwealth University…

Official Development Assistance and Priority Fads

Official Development Assistance and Priority Fads

How international development partners determine their priorities has always been an issue of much interest and concern. Accusations of donors succumbing to the latest fads in the development industry have…

Achieving Food and Nutrition Security: A Practitioners Perspective

Achieving Food and Nutrition Security: A Practitioners Perspective

Over the years, India has made significant progress towards improving food and nutrition security. However, a wide gap exists in regards to policy implementation and identifying social determinants.…

When Human Resources Meet Artificial Intelligence

When Human Resources Meet Artificial Intelligence

Is machine learning with AI applications valued or considered a threat in HR? This article will explore the strengthens, weaknesses and uncertainties of innovative integrated AI technologies in HR to…

The Presidency Revisited: Everything You Know is Wrong!

The Presidency Revisited: Everything You Know is Wrong!

This article is not about our current president or any of the candidates aspiring to take his place. Rather, it is about the leadership characteristics that any president must have…

Paid to Populate: Demographic Disparities and Resident Incentive Programs

Paid to Populate: Demographic Disparities and Resident Incentive Programs

Disparities in growth between communities is not a new phenomenon, but civic leaders are searching for new approaches to this age-old problem. To start exerting some control over their demographic…

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