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3. Dimensions of Difference in MPP/MPA Programs

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MPP/MPA Programs: Comparative analysis and program summaries for 116 programs in 17 countries
 
Patterns in Specialization: Observations from a global sample of over 100 public affairs programs
 
Noteworthy Practices: Innovative approaches to specialization, international exchange, math-econ preparation, and student initiatives
 
Comparisons with International Affairs Programs: How MPP and MPA curricula overlap with and differ from professional Master's programs in International Affairs
 
PEACO Algorithm: How the proportion of enrolment-adjusted course offerings (PEACO) numbers are generated
 
Infeld, D. L. & Adams, W. C. (2011). MPA and MPP Students: Twins, Siblings, or Distant Cousins? Journal of Public Affairs Education, 17(2), 277-303.
 
Newbold, S. (2011). No Time Like the Present:Making Rule of Law and Constitutional Competence the Theoretical and Practical Foundation for Public Administration Graduate Education Curriculum, Journal of Public Affairs Education, 17(4), 465-481.
 
Szypszak, C. (2011). Teaching Law in Public Affairs Education: Synthesizing Politidcal Theory, Decision Making, and Responisibility. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 17(4), 483-499.
 
Lynn Jr., L. E. (2009). Restoring the Rule of Law to Public Administration: What Frank Goodnow Got Right and Leonard White Didn't. Public Administration Review, 69(5), 803-813.

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