Journal of
Public Administration and Policy Research

  • Abbreviation: J. Public Adm. Policy Res.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2480
  • DOI: 10.5897/JPAPR
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 145

Basis for policy formulation: Systematic policy analysis or intuitive policy decision?

January-June 2021 - Vol 13 Num. 1

This study aims at assessing the extent to which the Ethiopian policies are based on rational policy analysis. Explanatory analysis methods are used to analyze primary and secondary qualitative data. The finding shows that in the policy making process only one policy option was investigated and crafted; the criteria used...

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Basis for policy formulation: Systematic policy analysis or intuitive policy decision?

January-June 2021

Selamawit Weldeslassie

The digitally induced increase of wicked problems as a challenge for politics and public management

January-June 2021

Olaf Winkel

Why public services matter: Linking citizen quality of life to local government services

January-June 2020

Andrew Wesemann

HIV and AIDS mainstreaming in Uganda’s higher education sector strategic direction: A case of Uganda Management Institute

January-June 2020

Christopher Samuel Mayanja and James L. Nkata

China’s path of rural poverty alleviation through health care financing: The case of Taijiang County-Guizhou Province

July-December 2019

Gebremichael Kibreab Habtom, Berhane Keleta and Ying-juan Liu

October 2014

Touching the poor: Re-thinking on millennium development goals by promoting participatory governance and local development

Israel Jacob Massuanganhe

October 2014

E-governance: An imperative for sustainable grass root development in Nigeria

OJO, John Sunday

October 2014

Identity, political efficacy and expected political participation among nursing students after 25th January revolution

Ebtsam Aly Abou Hashish and Neama Mohamed Fouad Kamel

October 2014

The changing global Public Administration and its theoretical and practical implications for Africa

Dominique E. Uwizeyimana and Kealeboga J. Maphunye

October 2014

Interest groups, voluntary agreements and tobacco control in Ghana

Edward Brenya

October 2009

Conflicting narratives of observation reports on Cameroon’s 2004 presidential election and the problematic role of the state bureaucracy in the electoral process

Herman Touo

February 2011

Improving public management as a development imperative: Developing a practical research approach for Bangladesh

Moslehuddin Khaled and Rashid A. Chowdhury

February 2010

From entrepreneurial state to state of entrepreneurs: Ownership implications of the transformation in Mexican governance since 1982

G. Jose Vargas-Hernández and Mohammad Reza Noruzi

June 2009

Fiscal solidarity: Key benefits and pitfalls for Spain to lower their fiscal conflicts

Jan Werner

January-June 2021

Basis for policy formulation: Systematic policy analysis or intuitive policy decision?

Selamawit Weldeslassie