Public Administration in the Global Village offers a global and comparative approach to the study of public administration. It examines the ongoing international changes in the field of public administration; it defines the emerging new world order and the promises and challenges that it holds for public administration; and it stipulates the effects and side effects of these changes on developing countries. The volume seeks to promote a global and comparative perspective on public administration to counter the continuing parochialism and ethnocentrism in the field.
About the Author:
JEAN-CLAUDE GARCIA-ZAMOR is Professor of Public Administration at Florida International University in Miami.
RENU KHATOR is Associate Professor of Government and International Affairs at the University of South Florida in Tampa.