At the Department of Global Public Administration, faculty and students share a common concern for the public good and a vision of a better tomorrow. We are committed to producing innovative research and improving world communities. Our unique multidisciplinary approach bridges the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to address the complex problems in our rapidly changing world. We have long recognized that twenty-first century challenges can be met only by leaders who are able to think globally, work collaboratively, and engage the public.
The Department of Global Public Administration is home to highly acclaimed teaching and research programs; its potential for further development and achievement is virtually unlimited. Our faculty members are among the most distinguished and respected scholars in the field. Their academic research underscores our commitment to creating knowledge and educating leaders for the betterment of communities worldwide. Topics of recent research include international development, global poverty, learning organizations, public performance, public governance, local innovative cluster, and many other topics on the central themes of innovation, learning, governance, and community.
We prepare students so that they can contribute to public service in myriad ways as citizens, as professionals, and as future educators. Our curriculum utilizes the latest teaching methods and learning tools. We do this through a series of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and our graduates work in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
We believe the role of public organizations is to advance society as a whole, creating public values and economic opportunity for all people. In our research and teaching, we are educating the next generation of leaders with the firm conviction that government can and must be a force for good in the world. The impact of public service work by Yonsei Global Public Administration students will transform the communities they serve and the work they do. We invite you to learn more about us by exploring our website.
Chair and Associate Professor of Global Public Administration