|from Government to Governance
Expanding the Horizon of Public Administration to Public Management
Mohammad Mohabbat Khan
ISBN 984 70220 0015 8 2009 306p 215x136mm HB Tk.600.00 US$30.00
The primary objective of this book is to make an attempt to expand the reach of public administration in the realm of governance. The fusion between public administration and governance may be possible in the near future if key concepts related to both can be dealt with in greater detail.
The book covers a wide range of topics including public management and governance. Experiences of South East Asian Countries are analysed in the area of major reforms to highlight their implications for governance and public management for Bangladesh.
The book also includes discussion, analysis, and evaluation of Bangladesh’s experience with governance, public administration reform resistance, unsatisfactory corruption control, state of NGOs and problems that confront citizens in the urban areas.
The book will greatly interest students and academicians in the field of governance and public management. It will also prove invaluable for researchers and administrators. This work is designed to be an essential textbook for students of South Asian and development studies with examples from Bangladesh’s experience in good Governance.
Mohammad Mohabbat Khan is Professor at the Department of Public Administration, University of Dhaka. He earned his MPA from Syracuse University and another MPA and Ph.D in Public Administration from the University of Southern California. He did his post-doctoral research at Cornell University and the University of Texas at Austin. Professor Khan was Chairman, Department of Public Administration, University of Dhaka from 1983 to 1986. He taught at universities in USA, Nigeria and Jordan and worked as a consultant for USAID, UNDP, World Bank, ADB, ILO, UNCHS and SADC. He also served as a Member of Bangladesh Public Service Commission (1999 to 2004). Professor Khan has authored 15 books, 8 monographs, and innumerous articles in the professional referred journals and contributed chapters to edited books. His recent books are: Administrative Reforms in Bangladesh, New Delhi: SAP, 1998; The Bureaucratic Ascendancy (co-authored), New Delhi: SAP, 2005; Dominant Executive and Dormant Legislature, New Delhi: SAP, 2006; and Decentralization in Bangladesh, Dhaka: A.H. Development Publishers Pvt. Ltd.,2009. His email: firstname.lastname@example.org.