Friday, 23 May 2014

Vol 4, No 4 (2014) Public Policy and Administration Research

Vol 4, No 4 (2014)

Table of Contents


Achieving High Performance in the public sector in Zambia: Where are we and what needs to be done?PDF
Tobias Mulimbika, Andrea de Waal1-13

Organizational Climate Correlates Nurses’ Intention to Leave WorkPDF
Hala R. Yousef, Nahed SH. Abo El-Maged, Amira A. El-Houfey14-21

Administration of Drug Abuse among Secondary School Students in NigeriaPDF
Udofia Udofia22-30

Functional and Territorial Decentralizations on the Housing Issues in IndonesiaPDF
M.Yusuf Asy’ari, Bhenyamin Hoessein, Bambang Supriyono, M.R.Khairul Muluk31-42

Human Resource Sourcing In Idah Local Government Council, Kogi State, Nigeria 2007 – 2011: The IssuesPDF
EDINO, Ferdinand Ojonimi, PAUL, Salisu Ojonemi, Haruna Abdul43-57

Effect of Leadership Style on Political Participation in NigeriaPDF
Lukuman, Folaranmi Akande58-68

Old vs. Young- Who can Absorb More Knowledge? : An Empirical Study on Male Beneficiaries in NGOsPDF
Sheikh Shamim Hasnain69-75

Study of Law Development Policy in Government Act Liability as State Administrative ToolsPDF
Abdullah Apip76-84

The New Public Management and its Challenges in AfricaPDF
Gelas Rubakula85-96

Towards Innovative Housing Financing in Ghana: An Evidence-Based From South Africa’s Pension Housing Financing SystemPDF
Samuel K. Afrane, DeGraft Owusu-Manu, Kenneth Appiah Donkor-Hyiaman, Francis Kwesi Bondinuba97-110

In the Light of Epistemological Debates about Knowledge, is ‘Evidence-Based’ Policy Making (in the Britain) Anything More than Political Rhetoric?PDF
Samiul Parvez Ahmed, Nafeesa Tabassum111-118

Federalism and Good Governance in Nigeria: The NexusPDF

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ISSN (Paper)2224-5731 ISSN (Online)2225-0972

Vol 4, No 4 (2014) Public Policy and Administration Research

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