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Azizuddin, Muhammad; Hossain, Akram – Teaching Public Administration, 2021
The paper aims to review public administration education in the higher education institutions in Bangladesh, and their role in ensuring modern public services. Most universities in the country offer public administration degrees; however, minimal contributions to nationbuilding have been observed. The study asks: what are the pitfalls behind this?…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Teaching Methods, Content Analysis, Case Studies
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Andreescu, Liviu; Zulean, Marian; Diaconu, David – Teaching Public Administration, 2021
The article provides a complementary view to those accounts of the growth of public administration education in post-communist Central and Eastern Europe that (a) explain its development primarily as a reflection of changes in administrative cultures while (b) emphasizing the ongoing process of curricular diversification. Rather, the article…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Administration Education, Higher Education, Educational Development
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Mitchell, David; Buckingham, Gregg – Teaching Public Administration, 2021
Service-learning is highly praised as a successful pedagogical tool for students' learning. Benefits are attributed to students, the university, and the community. However, the literature also cautions that the benefits of service-learning are largely assumed without empirical testing, warranting a closer review of this pedagogical method. The…
Descriptors: Strategic Planning, Service Learning, Educational Benefits, Public Administration Education
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Mallinson, Daniel J. – Teaching Public Administration, 2021
Food insecurity is a pressing concern for students in higher education. Much of the conversation surrounding this problem, however, focuses on undergraduate students. But some research finds the problem extends to graduate students. This study asks the question of how food insecurity may be affecting graduate students in public administration. A…
Descriptors: Hunger, Graduate Students, Public Administration Education, At Risk Students
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de Graaf, Gjalt – Teaching Public Administration, 2021
Many professors will recognize the dilemma when having to choose between the values of professionalism and of collegiality. Everyone will endorse these two values as important in academic teaching, yet professors sometimes find them conflicting. The central research question of this manuscript is threefold: which value conflicts do academic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Values
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Evans, Michelle D.; Knepper, Hillary J. – Teaching Public Administration, 2021
Normative management behaviors have resulted in the patterns of today--a lack of equity in leadership positions and policies that are less favorable toward women. Meanwhile, public service values, such as respect, equity, diversity, and inclusiveness, are central foci among the professional standards and norms within the public administration…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Inclusion, Diversity, Models
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Alosani, Mohammed Saleh – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
This paper aims to elaborate on the use of Six Sigma and Kaizen in policing services. Two case examples are discussed, followed by a review of the key implications obtained from the projects. In optimising the quality of policing services to the community, the police agencies in the UAE are faced with numerous challenges. This paper aims to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Police, Police Community Relationship, Delivery Systems
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Elliott, Ian C. – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
It is broadly accepted that learning is important in supporting the delivery of change. Furthermore, during times of public sector budget cuts there is a growing interest in innovation and change. However, it is also generally accepted that austere times typically lead to a reduction in training and development budgets -- particularly within the…
Descriptors: Organizational Change, Barriers, Foreign Countries, Public Administration
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Morçöl, Göktug; Tantardini, Michele; Williams, Adam; Slagle, Derek R. – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
The historical origins of public administration and public policy analysis suggest that Master of Public Administration and Master of Public Policy programs should have different focuses in their curricula: the former on management skills and the latter on analytical skills. To investigate whether and to what extent the two types of programs are…
Descriptors: Public Administration, Public Policy, Masters Programs, Management Development
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Braga, Alessandro – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
This article aims to discuss the health of the public administration discipline in the US higher education system. In particular, it debates two possible alternatives: decline or reposition. The paper analyzes the academic offers of political science, public policy, and public administration programs at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Higher Education, Educational Trends, Political Science
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Thom, Michael – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
Group assignments are a near-universal feature of classrooms around the world. They are broadly viewed as more effective than passive forms of learning and are assumed to position students for success in fields that demand high levels of interpersonal communication, like public affairs. But does research support that view? This article examines…
Descriptors: Group Activities, Assignments, Cooperative Learning, Educational Benefits
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Veselý, Arnošt – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
Despite the fact that our knowledge on how policies are designed has substantially improved during the last two decades, prescriptive literature on policy formulation remains largely disconnected from these new findings. The article examines five major assumptions upon which policy formulation is still predominantly based: (a) there is one way…
Descriptors: Public Policy, Policy Formation, Public Administration Education, Misconceptions
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Nurlybaeva, Guliya K. – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
For the full implementation of strategic goals of public administration, as well as a worthy representation of the interests of the state at the international level, civil servants must have high foreign-language professional competencies. Practical issues of educational and training programs in the field of development of these competencies are…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Language Proficiency
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Williams, Adam; Slagle, Derek R.; Wilson, Darrin – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
This research article examines the relationship of individual scholars to overall research production and develops new ranking schema upon the absence of top individual scholarship as demonstrations of individual scholarship relative to total rankings. The study creates a ranking system focused on the impact of individual scholars in public…
Descriptors: Scholarship, College Faculty, Reputation, Productivity
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Matsiliza, Noluthando S. – Teaching Public Administration, 2020
This article sets out to explore and analyse the repositioning of the scholarship of teaching and learning in the study of governance. The proponent of this study argues that the scholarship of teaching and learning in public administration and management must respond to decolonisation within the context of its disciplinary culture and practices.…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Educational Research, Governance, Foreign Policy
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