I am currently Professor Emeritus at the Graduate School of International Policy and
Management, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA. While a professor
of politics, public administration and development throughout my career, I have also
worked, inter alia, with The World Bank, USAID and UNDP on diagnostic studies, technical
assistance and training in: public organization and management improvement, human
resource development, program evaluation, and trade capacity-building. 

Articles

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Pragmatic Institutional Design in Botswana: Salient Features and an Assessment (with Ladipo Adamolekun), International Journal of Public Sector Management (1999)

Outlines the key developments and institutions of Botswana as it has evolved since independence in...

 

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The Project Orthodoxy in Development: Re-evaluating the Cutting Edge, Public Administration and Development (1983)

This paper takes a broad critical posture towards the project as an instrument of develop-ment....

 

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Social Analysis, Project Development and Advocacy in U.S. Foreign Assistance, Public Administration and Development (1983)

In 1975 the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), the principal administrative agent for American...

 

Contributions to Books

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Interim Government in Liberia: Peace Building, Interim Governments: Institutional Bridges to Peace and Democracy? (2007)
 

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Governing in Sub-Saharan Africa: Fragmentation or Unity?, The Politics of Governing: A Comparative Introduction (2006)
 

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Case 5 Comments: The Price of rebuilding a War-Torn Town (with Eve Annecke and Lyuba Palyuvoda), Global Public Management: Cases and Comments (2005)
 

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Projects, Plans, and Programs (with Steven H. Arnold), Comparative Public Management: Putting U.S. Public Policy and Implementation in Context (1994)
 

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Botswana: Development, Democracy, and Vulnerability, Southern Africa: The Continuing Crisis (1982)