Volume 2, Issue 4
Volume 2, Issue 4
Collaborative Issue. Articles were previously published on the website of the Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (AMEPPA) as research data. Re-published here by the request of the organization' as shared research between AMEPPA and the Journal of Applied Professional Studies.
Understanding Democratic Governance and its Effect on the Educational Development Policy.
David Waldman, University of Phoenix
The Imperatives of Democracy, Governance and Leadership in the Fight against Corruption in Africa: A South African Perspective.
Denis Venter, Africa Consultancy & Research, Pretoria, South Africa
The Multiple Faces of Corruption: Typology, Forms and Levels.
José Vargas-Hernández, University of Guadalajara, México
Can Ghana Avoid the Resource Curse?
Inge Amundsen, Michelsen Institute, Norway
Political Corruption and National Development in Nigeria.
Matthew Egharevba and Idowu Chiazor, Covenant University, Nigeria
Defining corruption in the cultural context of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Keba Sylla, The University of Akron, Ohio
Why does the law matter? An exploration of the role of legislation for social accountability: a comparison of South Africa and Zambia.
Laura Miti and Sandra Matatu, Rhodes University, South Africa
A Case Study of Citizen Engagement in Fostering Democratic Governance in Rwanda.
Yvonne Habiyonizeye, Akershus University College, Norway and Jean Claude Mugunga, Brandeis University, Massachusetts.
The Impact of Strategic Planning on Mission Achievement in Egyptian Non-profit Organizations: An Assessment Using the Balanced Scorecard Approach.
Nashwa Ghoneim and Laila El-Baradei, The American University in Cairo
Bad Governance and Corruption in Africa: Symptoms of Leadership and Institutional Failure.
Oluwole Owoye, Western Connecticut State University and Nicole Bissessar, Kent State University