ASPA’s International Chapter
On behalf of M. Peter van der Hoek, President of the ASPA International Chapter, we would like to thank everyone from around the world who participated in the survey. As a member-
Thanks again for taking the time to complete the survey which will undoubtedly lead to a strengthened International Chapter.
Read the ASPA International Chapter Members Survey results here.
Read the Members Survey Summary here.
Global Challenges & Solutions
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- professional development & education opportunities for public sector managers worldwide
- collaborative governance and the challenge of emergency management in today’s world
- shared governance, accountability & performance measurement
- engaging students and young professionals through public sector internships
- governance reform in today’s emerging democracies
- good governance models for international development
- leadership models for interdependent times
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The Public Manager
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ICMA International has a successful track record of introducing sound management practices to local governments, municipal associations, national ministries, and agencies in developing and decentralizing countries throughout the world.
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by I. W. Ferreira and M. S. Bayat
Revitalizing Discourse about a "Good Society"
By David L. Baker
Call for Papers
Responding to Azerbaijan’s Brain Drain Challenge
By Tural Abbasov
This Is What Los Angeles Could Look Like In 2033
By Kathleen Miles
Video by Harvard Institute of Politics
Big Cities Progress While Congress Gridlocks
by: Chris Doege
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Kirya: How a Village in Tanzania Shows the Challenge of Just Climate Adaptation
By Elizabeth Edna Wangui
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