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: 149

Table of Content: May 2011; 3(5)

May 2011

Governance and government in public administration

  More and more public administration and management scholars have referred to the “new governance” and argue that the focus of the study of public administration today should be on governance, rather than government. The research discusses what is governance and how governance terminology changes the research focus of public administration. It highlights what is encompassed on the study of...

Author(s): Wasim Al-Habil

May 2011

Air pollution kills 15,000 Bangladeshis each year: The role of public administration and government's integrity

  The paper explores the susceptibility of the urban population of Bangladesh to air pollution, recommend measures to be adopted for prevention of air pollution. The large number of children, street children, local streetwalkers, and rickshaw pullers in Dhaka City are at particular risk from this air pollution. Young children are mostly exposed to cadmium (Cd) through inhalation of smokes and contaminated soils...

Author(s): Shakeel Ahmed Ibne Mahmood

May 2011

Strengthening intra municipal decentralisation through physical accessibility of services and openness in service delivery: The case of Morogoro Municipal Council

  Decentralization is a term which has gained popularity in development literature and has been a fundamental mode of administration which empowers grass root community to bring about development by themselves. In Tanzania, intra municipal decentralization is a new concept. It emerged in Western Europe in six Scandinavian countries as a result of amalgamation reforms. The study focused on localization with two...

Author(s): Wilfred Uronu Lameck

May 2011

A demand of value based higher education system in India: A comparative study

  Higher education system is essential for national, social and economic development of the country. There is a need of value based higher education system which empowers youth for self sustainability by inculcating employment skills and hence reducing poverty. India's higher education system is the third largest in the world. This paper includes the comparative study of components of value based higher...

Author(s): Kareena Bhatia and Manoj Kumar Dash