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date: 20 January 2020

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The gap between the demand and supply in global public administration and policy higher education is the focus of this chapter. The number of Masters of Public Administration or Masters of Public Policy (MPA/MPP) programme accreditation entities, professional networks of schools in public administration and policy, and curricula of Global MPA/MPP programmes has significantly increased. Global MPA/MPP programmes are evaluated as having synergy effects with existing MPA/MPP programmes because a comprehensive and individually tailored curriculum can be provided in a more effective manner (that is, economies of scope). Given the tasks of adapting to globalization and coping with budget constraints, a more innovative approach to the study of policy and administrative practices will be needed in the changing landscape of public and international affairs education.

Keywords: accreditation system, Global Public Policy, higher education, professional association, transnational administration

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