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This course explores the political, socio-economic, legal, and democratic-constitutional context of public administration. Students learn key concepts and theories used to better understand administrative agents of government, including public agencies, contractors, intergovernmental partners, and nonprofit organizations as they operate and interact with their environments. Fundamentals of public management, organizational behavior, human resource management, and government accountability are introduced. Both organizational actors and inter-organizational relationships are considered.