AAPAM is an international professional organization for those, who practice, teach and carry out research or offer advisory services in administration and management – in both the public and private sectors. It organizes and promotes researches on topical problem of administration and management. Every year since 1978, AAPAM has held roundtable conference for knowledge exchange and sharing of experiences and top level public sector leaders, reseachers and academics.
Over the years, the annual conferences, research works and seminars/workshops, have produced valuable books and other materials on public administration and management. These publications are of paramount importance to students, teachers and practitioners of public administration and management. They are also useful to those involved in related fields like political science, development studies, economics and law.
These publications are very valuable to university libraries and libraries of other institutions of higher learning as well as students and researchers of public administration and management.
- Economic Restructuring and African Administration
- African Public Services - Challenges and a Profile for the Future
- The Ecology of Public Administration and Management in Africa
- A Decade of Public Administration in African
- Indigenization of African Economies
- Towards a Dynamic African Economy
- Public Policy in Africa
- Food Crisis in Africa
- Reforming Public Administration: Experience from Eastern Africa
- African Development: Adedeji's Alternative Strategies
- Enhancing Policy Management Capacity in Africa
- The Employment Crisis in Africa
- Management Consulting in Africa:Utilizing Local Expertise
- Africa Journal of Public Administration and Management (AJPAM)
- Ethics and Accountability in Africa Public Services
- Women in Top Management: Sierra Leone, Uganda, Nigeria and Kenya cases
- Privatisation in Africa: The Way Forward*
- Perspective for the Management of Transport and Communications in Africa
- Monograph Series on Administrative Responses to the African Economic Crisis: Nigeria & Tanzania Cases