This award honors a distinguished foreign scholar or practitioner for significant contributions to public administration in other nations.
To be eligible to be nominated for the award, the individual must meet the following criteria:
- Holds citizenship in a nation other than the United States of America.
- Lives and works (primarily) in a nation other than the United States of America.
- Contributes significantly to the field of public administration as a scholar, practitioner, or both, as demonstrated by publications, other awards and honors, and the testimony of the nominee's colleagues and beneficiaries of the nominee's work.
The nominee must be recommended or sponsored by an individual or institution that is in some demonstrable way affiliated with ASPA (e.g., membership, MOU or other partnership arrangement, collaborative undertaking with ASPA member, host of visit by US public officials, etc.).
To nominate an individual for this award, please complete the nomination form and provide the requested information. Please note that attachments can only be accepted as Microsoft Word or PDF documents. Completed nominations should be emailed to email@example.com.
International Public Administration Award
2014 Ludmila Gajdosova
2013 Geert Bouckaert
2012 Panagiotis Karkatsoulis
2011 Valeria Termini
2010 Seῆor Ignacio Pichardo Pagaza
2009 Pan Suk Kim
2008 Matsuyo Makino
2007 Turkia Ould Daddah
2006 Shuzhang Xia
2005 Peter Boorsma
2004 Oscar Oszlak