International Administration

Spring
Spring 2019
Olympia
Olympia
Evening
Evening
Graduate
Class Size: 15
4
Credits per quarter

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Taught by

Lachezar (Lucky) Anguelov
public administration

International Administration

Public administration students as well as public managers function in an interdependent world. This course aims to benefit students in the following ways. First course contents will combine conceptual foundations of public administration of the United States with other countries’ administrative systems with a focus on international experiences and lessons. The course will focus key administrative features in the United States, and a large number of illustrations and micro-case studies of other countries worldwide. In this course students will also focus on women in the public service by focusing on path-setters across the globe, the status of women in the world’s executive and legislative bodies, as well as leadership and representation of women in public service.  Last but not least students will become familiar with the literature on managing ‘international public administrations’ such as INGOs. Students will critically examine key issues relating to international administrative bodies: bureaucratic autonomy, administrative behavior and policy-making influence. Drawing on different perspectives, students will identify promising avenues for problem solving in international administrations by focusing on expertise, bureaucratic representation and multi-level public service bargains.

4

Credits per quarter

Online learning:
  • Enhanced Online Learning - This offering requires access to web-based tools, but use of these tools does not displace any face-to-face instruction.
Class Standing: Graduate
Class Size: 15
Evening

Scheduled for: Evening

Final schedule and room assignments:

First meeting:

Monday, April 1, 2019 - 6:00 pm
SEM 2 D2109 - Seminar

Advertised schedule:

Mon 6-10p

Located in: Olympia