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Pad 4936r - Special Topics in Public Administration (3).
Special Topics in Public Administration (3). Documents

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PAD 4936 16 Comparative Public Administration Spring 2012 Tuesday Thursday 9 30 to 10 45 a m HCB 217 Contact Information Instructor Aisha Azhar Office 639 Bellamy Office Hours Tuesday 11 30 1 30 and by appointment Office fax 644 7617 Email aa07h my fsu edu Blackboard Site I will actively use the Blackboard site created for this course At your earliest convenience and on a regular basis thereafter please log in to the site to see new materials that have been posted and or announcements that have been posted Course Materials Required Text Jreisat Jamil Globalism and Comparative Public Administration Public Administration and Public Policy CRC Press 2011 Other Relevant Texts Holzer Marc Schwester Richard Public Administration An Introduction M E Sharpe Inc 2011 Other required readings and assignments will be posted on the class Blackboard site http campus fsu edu Articles and multimedia will be posted under the Readings tab which contains folders for every week Course Description This course examines a broad range of issues relating the activities of public administration and governance in international setting The course will address the set of ideas under the traditional heading of comparative administration prevailing in United States for over half a century The ideas however would be discussed with a blend of newer and more up to date challenges public administration field is encountering across the world The course will not only discuss the web of international institutions that have arisen in the last several decades but also take into account how they cooperate and collaborate in order to meet the global challenges The course includes how government and governance systems are embedded in historical cultural ideological and religious contexts that may be unique to particular nations and regions but may not be generalizable to global settings Briefly the course provides a nice introduction to public administration globalization and political science fields which



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