Vol 15, No 2 (2014)

Theme Issue: Islamic Public Administration: First Explorations in the former Second World (and other Regions)

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction to the Special Issue: Islamic Public Administration: First Explorations in the former Second World (and other Regions) PDF
Abdillah Noh, Wolfgang Drechsler, Rustamjon Urinboyev 120-122
What is Islamic Public Administration and why should we study it in the “Second World”? PDF
Wolfgang Drechsler 123-142
Islamic Legacy Beyond Islam: The Case of Uzbekistan PDF
Aziz Klebleyev 143-156
Is there an Islamic Public Administration Legacy in Post-Soviet Central Asia? An Ethnographic Study of Everyday Mahalla Life in Rural Ferghana, Uzbekistan PDF
Rustamjon Urinboyev 157-178
The Legacy of Vakıf Institutions and the Management of Social Policy in Turkey PDF
Halil Deligöz 179-203
Islam, Public Policy and Public Administration in Malaysia: Negotiating Complexities PDF
Abdillah Noh 204-221
Designing Public Administration Curriculum for the United Arab Emirates: Principles for Graduate Programmes for a Modernising Arab Islamic State PDF
Eugenie Samier 222-246


ISSN: 1736-6089