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The Federal Continuity Crisis

The April/May/June 2012 print issue of PA TIMES published a series of articles on the topic of Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Recovery. The piece below is part  of a Student Symposia…

Failing to Properly Plan

 The Apr/May/June 2012 print issue of PA TIMES published a series of articles on the topic of Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Recovery. The piece below is part of a Student Symposia…

Private Sector Ethics: The Key to Reviving Trust in Government?


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Haiti: A Glimmer of Hope?

Haiti: A Glimmer of Hope?


Bill Miller

What a difference two years make. On January 12, 2010, the world was horrified to witness the aftermath of the devastating 7.0 earthquake that decimated Port-au-Prince,…

The Importance of Transparency in Public Procurement: The Case of a Japanese Waste-Disposal Project After the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake

The Importance of Transparency in Public Procurement: The Case of a Japanese Waste-Disposal Project After the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake


This article is part of a series to be published at PA TIMES Online during the month of March under the topic of "Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Recovery…

Work in the Gap, Governments in Service to Underserved Populations


Joe Sarcone

Somewhere between our mission and the work that we do everyday rests the plight of the underserved. How can this gap exist? More often…

Reliance on Natural Resources for Public Finance Brings Risk, Even if Irresistible

Reliance on Natural Resources for Public Finance Brings Risk, Even if Irresistible


Kenyatta Lovett, Constance Eneh, Meg Streams

The Nigerian fuel subsidy and its withdrawal. Ironically, although the world’s eighth largest oil producer, Nigeria is still importing fuel…

Greece: Towards a New Administrative Solidarity, Part 2


This article is the second of a two-part posting.

Panagiotis Karkatsoulis

Taking into account the previously-mentioned remarks, no significant change in the administrative reform policy is expected…

Greece: Towards a New Administrative Solidarity, Part 1


This article is the first of a two-part posting. Watch for Part 2 to be posted this Thursday, January 26th.

Panagiotis Karkatsoulis

The future of the Greek…

What is the Future of the Public Sector in Greece? Part 2


This article is the second of a two-part posting. To read part one, see the Related Articles box below for a link.

Arie Halachmi

The changes…

What is the Future of the Public Sector in Greece? Part 1


This article is the first of a two-part posting. Watch for Part 2 to be posted this Thursday, January 19th.

Arie Halachmi

In order to discuss this…