Public Administration in Ethiopia
Case Studies and Lessons for Sustainable Development
Edited by Bacha Kebede Debela, Geert Bouckaert, Meheret Ayenew Warota, and Dereje Terefe Gemechu
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First handbook on Ethiopian Public Administration
Building an effective, inclusive, and accountable public administration has become a major point of attention for policymakers and academics in Ethiopia who want to realise sustainable development. This first handbook on Ethiopian Public Administration is written by Ethiopian academics and practitioner-academics and builds on PhD studies and conference papers, including studies presented at the meetings of the Ethiopian Public Administration Association (EPAA), established in 2016.
Administration in Ethiopia presents
a wide range of timely issues in four thematic parts: Governance, Human Resources,
Performance and Quality, and Governance of Policies. Each of the individual
chapters in this volume contributes in a different way to the overarching
research questions: How can we describe
and explain the contexts, the processes and the results of the post-1990
politico-administrative reforms in Ethiopia? And what are the implications for
This book is essential for students, practitioners,
and theorists interested in public administration, public policy, and
sustainable development. Moreover, the volume is a valuable stepping stone for
PA teaching and PA research in Ethiopia.
Contributors: Adare Assefa Mitiku (Defense Construction Enterprise), Aklilu Wubet Lema (Addis Ababa University), Alebachew Asfaw Yimer (Bahir Dar University), Annie Hondeghem (KU Leuven), Bacha Kebede Debela (Ambo University), Bahiru Deti Heyi (Dilla University), Belayneh Bogale Zewdie (Kotebe Metropolitan University), Geert Bouckaert (KU Leuven), Gutata Goshu Amante (Addis Ababa University), Bruno Broucker (KU Leuven), Challa Amdissa Jiru (Addis Ababa University), Defferew Kebebe Tessema (Addis Ababa University), Denamo Addissie Nuramo (Addis Ababa University), Deribe Assefa Aga (Ethiopian Civil Service University), Dessalegn Kebede Kedida (Oromia Police College), Frehiwot Gebrehiwot Araya (Addis Ababa City Public Service and Human Resource Development Bureau), Henok Seyoum Assefa (Ethiopian Public Administration Association, EPAA), Hirko Wakgari Amanta (Oromia State University), Hiwot Amare Tadesse (Ambo University), Kassa Teshager Alemu (Ethiopian Civil Service University), Kiflie Worku Angaw (Dilla University),Moti Mosisa Gutema (Dilla University), Solomon Gebreyohans Gebru (KU Leuven), Steve Troupin (KU Leuven), Temesgen Genie Chekol (Dire Dawa Institute of Technology), Tewelde Mezgobo Ghrmay (Mekelle University), Trui Steen (KU Leuven), Meuriaw Ayalew (Assosa University / Addis Ababa University), Zekarias Minota Seiko (Ethiopian Civil Service University / Addis Ababa University)
Ebook available in Open Access.
II.1 Democratic Governance
II.2 Partnerships and Participation
II.3 Managing Institutions
III People as Human Resources
IV Performance and Quality
V.3 Data Analysis
VI Conclusions and Implications
Format: Edited volume - free ebook - PDF
Publication: November 20, 2020
Dereje Terefe Gemechu is associate professor at Ethiopian Civil Service University. He holds a PhD in Social and Public Policy from Jyväskylä University.
Geert Bouckaert is professor at KU Leuven Public Governance Institute, and former president of both the European Group for Public Administration and the International Institute of Administrative Sciences.
Meheret Ayenew Warota holds a PhD in Public Administration and Policy from the State University of New York at Albany. He is a professor at Addis Ababa University.