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Public administration, public policy and public management research

Policy transfer and sustainable transportation policy in Copenhagen and Aguascalientes

My frustration with Aguascalientes (the city where I live right now) and its lack of sustainable transportation infrastructure is depicted in this blog post. I compare Aguascalientes with Vancouver (Canada) and Copenhagen (Denmark).

Should public administration and public management scholarship be subjected to the same transparency standards as political science?

In this post I delve quickly into the current state of the debates. I briefly discuss what DA-RT is and ask whether its transparency requirements fit the bill for PA and PM work. This is a response to an excellent piece by Dr. Lars Tummers on the Public Administration Review blog.

On the power of ethnography in public policy research

As someone who does ethnography regularly, I know for a fact that it’s a time-consuming, energy-consuming method. However, as several of my colleagues from other universities worldwide noted, it’s definitely a technique and philosophy that can reveal insights that other methods may not.

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