Handbook for Ethiopian Public Administration Program Accreditation
Edited by Bacha Kebede Debela, Geert Bouckaert, Berhanu Temesgen Eshetu, Chala Deyessa Fita, Hailu Megersa Tola, Kiflie Worku Angaw, Shumey Berhie Teshome, and Solomon Gebreyohans Gebru
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Follow-up to the handbook Public
Administration in Ethiopia
Improving, assuring, and maintaining the quality and relevance of education and training in Public Administration has attracted increasing attention among PA scholars and practitioners worldwide.
The Handbook for Ethiopian Public Administration Program Accreditation is a follow-up to the first handbook on Ethiopian Public Administration. The new handbook zooms in on how to improve, assure, and accredit PA education and training programs in Ethiopia. It is consistent with the Pan-Africanism and African Union’s Agenda 2063 and contributes to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly SDGs 4 and 16.
Together with the handbook Public Administration in Ethiopia (2020), the current follow-up volume is a valuable stepping stone for PA teaching and PA research in Ethiopia and therefore essential reading for students, practitioners, and theorists interested in public administration, public policy, and sustainable development.
Ebook available in Open Access.
Chapter One. The Handbook and Its Structure
Chapter Two. International, African, and National Higher Education Contexts
Chapter Three. Public Administration Education in Ethiopia
Chapter Four. Public Administration Education Accreditation
Chapter Five. Steps to Ethiopian Public Administration Program Accreditation
Format: Edited volume - paperback
Size: 234 × 156 × 6 mm
Publication: June 27, 2022
Stock item number: 149055
Berhanu Temesgen Eshetu is assistant professor at Addis Ababa University, Department of Public Administration and Development Management.
Chala Deyessa Fita is a Ph.D. candidate at Addis Ababa University and lecturer at Ambo University, Department of Public Administration and Development Management.
Geert Bouckaert is professor at KU Leuven Public Governance Institute. He is honorary professor of the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose at University College London and visiting professor at the University of Potsdam.
Hailu Megersa Tola is assistant professor of Business Administration at the Department of Management, College of Business and Economics, Ambo University.
Kiflie Worku Angaw is a PhD researcher at KU Leuven, Public Governance Institute, Belgium and lecturer at Dilla University.
Shumey Berhie Teshome is assistant professor of development management at Addis Ababa University's Department of Public Administration and Development Management
Solomon Gebreyohans Gebru is a long long-serving academic staff at Mekelle University and PhD researcher at KU Leuven, Public Governance Institute.