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Miguel Ângelo Rodrigues
Department of International Relations and Public Administration
 
  Assistant Professor
  miguelangelo@eeg.uminho.pt
   253601925
Miguel Rodrigues is Assistant Professor at the University of Minho. He is a researcher and director in CICP (Center for Research in Political Science) at the School of Economics and Management, University of Minho in Braga, Portugal. With a PhD in Administrative Science from University of Minho.
Local Government
Service Delivery
Public Management Models
Selected publications
Rodrigues, M., & Meza, O. D. (2018). “Is there anybody out there?” Political implications of a territorial integration. Journal of Urban Affairs, 40(3), 426–440. DOI
Turc, E., Guenoun, M., Rodrigues, M., & Demirkaya, Y. (2016). Performance management and measurement: results of NPM reforms. In S. Kuhlmann & G. Bouckaert (Eds.), Local Public Sector Reforms in Times of Crisis: National Trajectories and International Comparisons (pp. 121–138). Palgrave MacMillan. DOI
Tavares, A. F., & Rodrigues, M. (2015). The Economic and Political Impacts of Top-Down Territorial Reforms: The Case of Sub-City Governments. Local Government Studies, 41(6), 956–976. DOI
Tavares, A. F., & Rodrigues, M. A. (2013). From civil servants to liberal professionals: An empirical analysis of the reform of Portuguese notaries. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 79(2), 347–367. DOI
Rodrigues, M. A., Tavares, A. F., & Araújo, J. F. F. E. (2012). Municipal Service Delivery: The Role of Transaction Costs in the Choice between Alternative Governance Mechanisms. Local Government Studies, 38(5), 615–638. DOI
Human Resources Administration
Master's
Advanced Topics of Public Management
Doctorate
Political Culture and Participation
Master's
Innovation Management in Public Administration
Bachelor
Governance and Public Private Partnerships
Bachelor
Innovation and Change Management in Public Administration
Master's
Introduction to Public Administration
Bachelor
Project I
Bachelor
Project II
Bachelor
Seminar
Doctorate