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: 147

Table of Content: November 2012; 4(5)

November 2012

The ‘guided ownership’ revisited: An agenda for independent policy making in Bangladesh

  With the failures of the SAP regimes, the WB and IMF were forced to learn that country ownership of development policy was critical and based on the new insight they advocated for a new approach which was popularly known as poverty reduction strategy paper (PRSP). The major shift in PRSP was that the loan recipient countries were required to ensure ‘country ownership’ in their respective PRSP...

Author(s): Mohammad Mizanur Rahman

November 2012

Dynamics of government decision-making process on the policy level towards Thai State owned enterprises (SOEs)

  This research study on the government decision-making process on the policy level towards Thai State owned enterprises (SOE) offers some ideas that may provide a useful interpretation of the government decision-making process on the policy level of public administration. The researcher aims to propose a better understanding of government policy formulation and implementation towards Thai SOE through two case...

Author(s):   Sutada Mekrungruengkul

November 2012

Investigation of demands of various stakeholders and participatory management in Zagros forests, Iran

  Zagros forests, located in the western part of Iran. Up to now, enough attention has not been paid to the demands of stakeholders and participatory management in Zagros forests.  The main objective of this research is studying the demands of various stakeholders in Zagros forests to determine the communication gaps and problems of participatory management. This research was carried out in Dashte-Barm...

Author(s):   Mehdi Zandebasiri and Fateme Azhdari

November 2012

Board role performance in Uganda’s services sector firms

    The present paper sought to confirm factors that are relevant to board role performance in Uganda and      as a corollary empirically tested the relationship between individual dimensions of the model of board    role performance. The study was cross-sectional and correlational and the analysis was conducted  using Structural Equation Modelling...

Author(s): Stephen K. Nkundabanyanga and Augustine Ahiauzu