Mohammad Ehsan

Mohammad Ehsan is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He has attained academic degrees from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh; University of Bergen, Norway; and Carleton University, Canada. He is scheduled to defend his doctoral dissertation at the Department of Political Science, Dalhousie University soon. He also taught at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh as well as at Dalhousie University, Canada. He has worked for the NGO sector and donor community in various capacities as well. So far, he has published three books, few book chapters, encyclopaedia entries, and several articles in refereed international journals. His current research interests include public sector management, public sector ethics and anti-corruption, policy and program evaluation, e-governance, and higher education. His primary research focus is on South and Southeast Asia. He has memberships in several academic and professional associations, and is the recipient of, among many others, NORAD Fellowship and IDRC Doctoral Research Award.


E-Governance as a Paradigm Shift in Public Administration: Theories, Applications, and Management
Muhammad Muinul Islam, Mohammad Ehsan. © 2015. 15 pages.
The ICT-blessed e-governance is transforming public administration systems worldwide and forcing a paradigm shift. E-governance renders a new way and style in each and every...
From Government to E-Governance: Public Administration in the Digital Age
Muhammad Muinul Islam, Mohammad Ehsan. © 2013. 341 pages.
In simple terms, e-governance revolves around the idea of performing the policy, service and development functions of the government with the help of the ICTs so as to manage and...