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SPRING 2017
VOLUME 23, No. 2


EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES:

The Values of Public Administration
David Schultz


ARTICLES:

PA Programs and Internet Education: Validation of Quality and Acceptance Despite Continuing Challenges Surrounding Online Delivery

Manfred Meine & Thomas P. Dunn


Personality and the Teaching of Public Administration: A Case for the Big Five
Christopher A. Cooper, Whittney Campbell-Bridges, &
David M. McCord


Providing Context and Inspiring Hope: Using the Case Method to Teach Public Policy in Developing Countries
Robert Mudida & Nadia Rubaii


Expanding the Classroom: Local Government Practitioners’ Use of Academic Resources
Willow S. Jacobson & Kristina T. Lambright
 

EDITED BY:

David Schultz
, Co-Editor, Hamline University
Marieka Klawitter,
Co-Editor, University of Washington
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Alexis Howell,
Editorial Assistant
Julie Van Pelt,
Copy Editor
Val Escher,
Layout Editor

 
 

The Missing “Social” in Social Enterprise Education in the United States
Roseanne Marie Mirabella & Angela M. Eikenberry


The Relevance of Regulation: A Pathway for Teaching Students in Applied Fields about Public Affairs
Marco Antonio Castillo


TOOLS FOR TEACHING:

Assignments for Studying Frontline Bureaucracy
N. Alexander Aguado



BOOK REVIEW:

Review of Surveillance, Transparency, and Democracy— Public Administration in the Information Age
Muhittin Acar

 


 


Cover Photo

The cover of this issue features NASPAA member school Nanyang Technological University, located in Singapore. The Nanyang Centre for Public Administration aims to promote good governance and public services, facilitate knowledge exchanges, and strengthen cooperation between governments around the world.
 

About the Journal of Public Affairs Education
The Journal of Public Affairs Education (JPAE) is dedicated to advancing teaching and learning in public affairs, which includes the fields of public policy analysis, public administration, and public management. Hosted by the Evans School of Public Affairs of the University of Washington and published by NASPAA, the quarterly journal features peer-reviewed scholarly articles on pedagogical, curricular, and accreditation issues pertaining to public affairs education, commentaries and symposia and book reviews. 

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