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Ethical Leadership: Going all the Way

Ethical Leadership: Going all the Way

Forging a shared purpose is only the first step in providing ethical leadership. Ethical leaders must also then clarify what this purpose actually means. …

Isolation, Economic Desperation and Exploitation: Human Trafficking and the Coronavirus Crisis

Isolation, Economic Desperation and Exploitation: Human Trafficking and the Coronavirus Crisis

Human trafficking can take many forms, including sex trafficking, forced labor and debt bondage (among others). The coronavirus has, according to multiple reports, increased the prevalence of this issue.…

The Effective Post-Crisis After-Actions Review

The Effective Post-Crisis After-Actions Review

After Action Reviews (ARRs) are a useful tool to identify problems or weaknesses that need to be addressed prior to the next crisis.…

Global E-Government Survey Shows Increased Performance Among Cities Globally

Global E-Government Survey Shows Increased Performance Among Cities Globally

An international survey of city websites has identified Seoul, South Korea, as the top-ranked city in the performance of municipal e-government for the years 2018-19. …

What’s Going On…

What’s Going On…

The pandemic has shown us, one more time, that public servants, we bureaucrats, remain dedicated to serving our community, our state and our nation. …

The Pandemic and the Role of Governments

The Pandemic and the Role of Governments

The coronavirus pandemic has once again brought back the question of governance: What is the role of government and what is its optimal power?…

Shifting Frames: Considerations for Policy Equity

Shifting Frames: Considerations for Policy Equity

Continuing our commitment to draw the connection between social construction theory and public policy helps to change the context of policy discussions. …

Partnership and Collaboration in Public Service through Service Learning

Partnership and Collaboration in Public Service through Service Learning

This article shares information on service learning from two points of view—graduate students who participated in service learning and their organizational partners.…

Leaning into the Stewardship Theory in Times of Crisis

Leaning into the Stewardship Theory in Times of Crisis

Stewardship, a more direct, immediate and less politically encumbered method of supporting the public during unprecedented times, not only helps to protect tangible resources, but also attempts to fortify values…

What’s a Geopolitical Conflict Between Friends? Turkey, Greece and Cyprus

What’s a Geopolitical Conflict Between Friends? Turkey, Greece and Cyprus

The Cyprus Friendship Program (CFP) has been working since 2009 to combat stereotypes and encourage cross-cultural friendships between young Greek and Turkish Cypriots. The CFP program’s expansion and extensive network…

Public Administration Education Post COVID-19

Public Administration Education Post COVID-19

As public administration scholars and practitioners, we have a special responsibility now to pay collective attention to the fundamental structural shortcomings of our system of governance. This epidemic has highlighted…