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Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration

2004 - 2021

Current editor(s): Ian Thynne and Danny Lam

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Volume 43, issue 1, 2021

Studying public administration in authoritarian regimes pp. 1-5 Downloads
B. Guy Peters
Non-Western philosophies and public administration pp. 6-10 Downloads
Edoardo Ongaro
Charting three trajectories for globalising public administration research and theory pp. 11-22 Downloads
Shena Ashley, Soonhee Kim and William H Lambright
“All still quiet on the non-Western front?” Non-Western public service motivation scholarship: 2015–2020 pp. 23-46 Downloads
Assel Mussagulova and Zeger van der Wal
Does outsourcing reduce employee job satisfaction? A test of new public management orthodoxy pp. 47-61 Downloads
Shinwoo Lee and Gyeo Reh Lee

Volume 42, issue 4, 2020

Public sector use of new technology: opportunities and challenges pp. 207-208 Downloads
Andrew Podger
Improving public services using artificial intelligence: possibilities, pitfalls, governance pp. 209-221 Downloads
Paul Henman
Understanding the evolution of public–private partnerships in Chinese e-government: four stages of development pp. 222-247 Downloads
Te Liu, Xuemin Yang and Yueping Zheng
Managing technology effectively in large public organisations pp. 248-261 Downloads
Dennis Trewin
Enhancing civil service capability: emergence of the professions model pp. 262-273 Downloads
Richard Bartlett
When the power of the purse meets the power of technology: a case study of Guangzhou People’s Congress in China pp. 274-289 Downloads
Meili Niu and Muhua Lin
Performance management and evaluation meets culture and politics: Australia’s experience pp. 290-302 Downloads
J. Rob Bray, Matthew C. Gray and David Stanton
Thank you to Professor Roger Wettenhall pp. 303-303 Downloads
Jim Perry and Wai-Fung Lam

Volume 42, issue 3, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic: why are some countries coping more successfully than others? pp. 153-169 Downloads
Hasan Muhammad Baniamin, Mizanur Rahman and Mohammad Tareq Hasan
Creating institutional advantage: local government co-production with community groups pp. 170-187 Downloads
Yukio Kinoshita, Brian Dollery and Keiichi Yamazaki
Diffusing participatory budgeting knowledge: lessons from Korean-language research pp. 188-206 Downloads
B. Shine Cho, Won No and Yaerin Park

Volume 42, issue 2, 2020

Advice on navigating our new roles pp. 61-62 Downloads
Beryl A. Radin
Co-editors’ reply pp. 63-65 Downloads
James L. Perry and Wai-Fung Lam
Economic performance, income inequality and political trust: new evidence from a cross-national study of 14 Asian countries pp. 66-88 Downloads
Daewoo Lee, Chae Young Chang and Hyunkang Hur
Fostering problem driven collaboration in a development context: The ASEAN study of health workforce governance pp. 89-110 Downloads
Wesley Teter
Conditions for open innovation in public organizations: evidence from pp. 111-131 Downloads
Taha Hameduddin, Sergio Fernandez and Mehmet Akif Demircioglu
Responsiveness of local government officials: insights and lessons from participatory planning and budgeting pp. 132-151 Downloads
Pranab Kumar Panday and Shuvra Chowdhury

Volume 42, issue 1, 2020

Democracy without capacity? pp. 1-3 Downloads
Aditya Dasgupta
The hubris of public administration pp. 4-5 Downloads
Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili
Responding to the populist attack on public administration pp. 6-8 Downloads
David Arellano-Gault
Four elements of successful reform pp. 9-11 Downloads
Calin Emilian Hintea
Problems of democratic statecraft pp. 12-14 Downloads
Alasdair Roberts
Democratic governance in turbulent times pp. 15-16 Downloads
Veronica Junjan
A critique of the role of NGOs as partners in governance pp. 17-32 Downloads
M. Shamsul Haque
Government control, governance and spatial distribution: what we have learned from the Research Infrastructure of Chinese Foundations pp. 33-45 Downloads
Qun Wang
Quality of government, public service delivery and institutional impartiality in ethnically polarised societies: evidence for policy makers pp. 46-60 Downloads
Ramesh Ramasamy

Volume 41, issue 4, 2019

Municipal amalgamations in international perspective: motives addressed in scholarly research pp. 187-202 Downloads
Naci Karkin, Volkan Gocoglu and Pinar Savas Yavuzcehre
Persistence of bureaucratic over-representativeness or under-representativeness: experience of the civil service in Malaysia pp. 203-216 Downloads
Nadia Hezlin Yashaiya and Abdillah Noh
Why does innovation in government occur and persist? Evidence from the Australian government pp. 217-229 Downloads
Mehmet Akif Demircioglu
Participation as aid conditionality: parliamentary engagement in Bangladesh’s poverty reduction strategy pp. 230-236 Downloads
Mohammad Mizanur Rahman
Environmental governance and sustainable development in Bangladesh: millennium development goals and sustainable development goals pp. 237-245 Downloads
Bulbul Ahmed
Public-private partnerships in solid waste management in Indonesia: the need for technical regulation pp. 246-250 Downloads
Erwin Sondang Siagian, Asep Sumaryana, Ida Widianingsih and Heru Nurasa

Volume 41, issue 3, 2019

Linking socio-economic performance, quality of governance, and trust in the civil service: does culture intercede in the perceived relationships? Evidence from and beyond Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka pp. 127-141 Downloads
Hasan Muhammad Baniamin
Citizen expectations and satisfaction of service performance: lessons from subnational governments in Japan pp. 142-156 Downloads
Yu Noda
Managerial flexibility versus employee-friendly flexibility: the internal labour market of Taiwan’s civil service pp. 157-168 Downloads
Bennis Wai Yip So and Hsin-Chung Liao
Bureaucratic and political leadership in Bangladesh: dynamics of administrative reform and the public interest pp. 169-180 Downloads
Ahmed Shafiqul Huque and Jannatul Ferdous
Approaches to well-being policy and practice:New Zealand initiatives in comparative perspective pp. 181-186 Downloads
Peter McKinlay

Volume 41, issue 2, 2019

Private military and security companies: legal and political ambiguities impacting the global governance of warfare in public arenas pp. 63-71 Downloads
Raymond Saner, Amaka Uchegbu and Lichia Yiu
Oversight and legislative activity concerning Pacific Island territories of the United States: a balancing of partisanship and autonomy pp. 72-84 Downloads
Sean A. Cain
Public participation in local governments in Bangladesh: experience, challenges and the future pp. 85-96 Downloads
Pranab Kumar Panday
Neoliberal and post-political urban governance: local government amalgamations in New South Wales, Australia pp. 97-109 Downloads
Khandakar Al Farid Uddin
Questioning cross-cultural applicability of public administration knowledge: a critical Asian perspective pp. 110-118 Downloads
M. Shamsul Haque
Strategic performance management in local governments in the Philippines: work and rating challenges pp. 119-125 Downloads
Arneil G. Gabriel and Nimfa S. Villaroman

Volume 41, issue 1, 2019

The risky business of urban water innovation in Australia: looking through the harm lens pp. 1-18 Downloads
Graeme Hodge, Tara McCallum and Colin Campbell
The evolution of public enterprise in Australia: disillusion and dissolution pp. 19-32 Downloads
Chris Aulich and Roger Wettenhall
The Ombudsman and good governance: Tonga’s experience pp. 33-41 Downloads
‘Aisea H. Taumoepeau
The dismissal and re-positioning of government ministers and senior administrators in Tonga: leadership and performance challenges pp. 42-47 Downloads
Albert Vaea
Leadership capabilities in Fiji’s civil service: perspectives of senior officials pp. 48-55 Downloads
Kelvin Andrews
Public-private partnerships in solid waste management: arrangements in Indonesia pp. 56-62 Downloads
Erwin Sondang Siagian, Asep Sumaryana, Ida Widianingsih and Heru Nurasa
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