Laila El Baradei
Who Is She
Professor of Public Administration
Laila El Baradei
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Contact information / Work
The American University in Cairo
School of Global Affairs and Public Policy
P.O. Box 74
+2 02 2615 3349
PhD, Public Administration, Cairo University, 1998
MBA, The American University in Cairo, 1988
BA, Business Administration, The American University in Cairo, 1983
Visiting Professor of Public Administration, Public Policy and Administration Department and Associate Dean School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP), the American University in Cairo, 2009-Present
Visiting Associate Professor of Public Administration, Public Policy and Administration Unit; Department of Management, School of Business, Economics & Mass Communication; the American University in Cairo, 2002-2004
Associate Professor of Public Administration, Public Administration Department, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 2004-2009
Assistant Professor of Public Administration, Public Administration Department, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 1998-2003
With Khaled Z. Amin, “Community Participation in Education: Case Study of the Boards of Trustees’ Experience in the Fayoum Governorate in Egypt”. African Education Review. (Accepted for publication in the first issue of 2010).
With Jennifer Bremer, “Developing Public Administration/ Public Policy Master’s Programs in Egypt”. Journal of Public Affairs Education, J-PAE, Washington DC, Vol. 14, No. 3, Fall 2008, pp. 439-462.
With Doha Abdelhamid, “Reforming the Pay System for Government Employees in Egypt”. The Egyptian Center for Economic Studies, ECES Working Paper Series, Working Paper No.151, June 2009.
“New Features of the Systems and Practices of Human Resource Management in the Government Sector”
In Samir Abdel Wahab, editor. Policies of Human Resource Management in Egypt in Light of International Experience. Cairo: Public Administration Research and Consultation Center. (In Arabic), 2009.
Initiated member of Phi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration since April 2004 by the George Washington University Chapter
Fulbright University Partnership Program Award in 2001