Teaching Program Director (Government) - College of Business, Government and Law
Dr Siddiquee is currently Associate Professor in Public Administration and Teaching Program Director (Flinders Government), College of Business, Government & Law
He has extensive experience in teaching, research and academic administration spanning over a period of 30 years in a number of institutions in the Asia-pacific region. He taught public administration, policy and governance for over 15 years at the University of Dhaka, International Islamic University, Malaysia and University of Brunei Darussalam before joining Flinders University in 2006. During 2001- 2004 he was the Head of the Department of Political Science, International Islamic University, Malaysia. At Flinders he served as Director of Studies for the Graduate Program in Public Administration (GPPA) from July 2007 - December 2009 and as Leader/Head, Discipline of Politics and Public Policy from February 2014 to June, 2016. During 2016-2017 Dr Siddiquee was Associate Dean (International), Faculty of Social & Behavioural Sciences, Flinders University.
Dr Siddiquee's research broadly focuses on public sector management and transformations in developing countries assessing the impacts of contemporary reforms on governance and service delivery. He is highly sought after as a supervisor for PhD and other research degrees. At Flinders he has supervised 17 RHD students to completion, in addition to a large number of MPA disserations. Currently he is supervising four RHD students who are at various stages of their studies.
Teaching Program Director (Government), College of Business, Government and Law
Chair, Student Progress Committee, College of BUsiness, Government & Law
Member, Level C Promotions Committee, College of Social Work, Psychology and Education
Dr Siddiquee's teaching interests are broadly in management area of the public sector. His teaching philosophy is to provide the students with substantive knowledge in the field, a solid theoretical grounding and rigorous analytical skills in a manner that is accessible and challenging to them. He creates an environment that is conducive to learning, and explains difficult theoretical postulates in simple and lucid language while relating them to real life cases.
The Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence, 2014 - APR 2014
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