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Knowledge of Public Administration

What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.  ~Albert Pike

The MPA program offers a solid foundation in theoretical concepts, frameworks, and best practices, providing public administrators and nonprofit managers with the essential tools to serve their constituents. Classes cover a wide range of topics - from research and data analysis, budgeting, microeconomics, and nonprofit administration to policy making and implementation, human resources management, and organizational behavior - just to mention a few.

Please find below some examples of my work.

Emotional Intelligence in Bureaucracies

This research paper discusses the importance of emotional intelligence in regard to administrative processes. It also analyzes emotional intelligence's implications in regard to gender and emotional labor.

Unborn Victims of Violence Act

This policy analysis paper highlights the main factors public administrators need to know to implement and execute the Unborn Victims of Violence Act (commonly known as Laci and Connor's law) in the most successful and satisfactory way.

Economic Development Report for Dublin, California

As many other Californian cities, Dublin was hard hit by the recent recession. This report analyzes Dublin's focus on retail growth, examining if this strategy constitutes the right decision to spur economic development.

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