Abbreviation: J. Public Adm. Policy Res.
Start Year: 2009
Published Articles: 134
https://doi.org/10.5897/JPAPR2009.052[Article Number: EEB400947320]
Is there any commitment made to reduce poverty? This is evident because 1.) The concept of poverty is vague, 2.) the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) mostly stop at the national level and not sub national level where there are needs. Less attention is devoted to local institutions and traditional authorities, which are the real agents of local development. In African development, less attention is devoted to... Read more.
https://doi.org/10.5897/JPAPR2014.0283[Article Number: 358090947322]
University students' political participation is of great significance to their own growth and it facilitates a country's democratization process. This study was conducted to investigate the relationship of personal and social identity, political efficacy and expected political participation among nursing students after 25th January 2011 Revolution of Egypt. The study was conducted at the Faculty of Nursing,... Read more.
https://doi.org/10.5897/JPAPR2013.0264[Article Number: A30B59247324]
This paper aims to put forward the importance of e-governance in achieving sustainable grassroots development in Nigeria. The emergence of information communication technology has provided opportunity for borderlessness, interconnectedness and de-territorialization of government policies and programmes within the global village. Information communication technology is a necessary political tool set out to reconcile... Read more.
https://doi.org/10.5897/JPAPR2014.0284[Article Number: 60D649047655]
‘Classical’ public administration theories, principles and paradigms continually fascinate scholars given their relevance to government practices especially in Africa. As used here, ‘public administration’ (in lower case) denotes government activities whereas ‘Public Administration’, often associated with Woodrow Wilson’s renowned 1887 essay, refers to the subject matter.... Read more.
https://doi.org/10.5897/JPAPR2014.0275[Article Number: F42CC2247657]
The paper examines the role of tobacco interest groups in obstructing the adoption of tobacco control policies in developing countries using the interest groups and global advocacy network theories. Specifically, it combines expert interviews with review of secondary materials to examine the strategies to promote the adoption of a tobacco control law in Ghana. This study finds that the adoption of the voluntary... Read more.