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Special Virtual Issue on Public Service Motivation

Take a moment to read articles about the new ideas and concepts shaping public administration in the Public Administration Review’s (PAR) special virtual issue.  Access to PAR is free for all ASPA members.


Introduction to Virtual Issue: Public Service Motivation
Sanjay K. Pandey, Professor, Rutgers University—Newark, School of Public Affairs & Administration

Ideas matter. They matter for both practice and theory. When ideas drive the development and use of new concepts and measures, they give voice to silent realities and shape new understanding. Over the decades, some of the most enduring and transformative pieces on public service have been penned by scholars and practitioners writing in Public Administration Review (PAR). (Click to view the full introduction)

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One Response to Special Virtual Issue on Public Service Motivation

  1. Robert Morrison Reply

    March 24, 2013 at 7:58 am

    Sanjay: It would be nice for an university to compose a list of public governments, educational facilities and institutions who want ideas including business system ideas to gain efficiency and cut costs along with other categories such as research types, and ideas for new products that may be on the market, etc.

    We talk a lot but many people do not know where to go to find places that want to use these thoughts.

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