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Scott Fritzen

Scott Fritzen Scott Fritzen is Associate Dean (Academic Affairs) and Visiting Professor of Public Policy at the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University. In January, 2014, he was named  Associate Provost at NYU Shanghai. His teaching and research center on two themes: professional policy education and public sector reforms in developing countries, with a particular interest in the challenges of corruption control and decentralization.

He has published in a range of journals such as Public Administration Review, World Development, Public Administration and Development, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, International Journal of Public Administration and Social Science & Medicine.  He is most recently the co-author of The Lee Kuan Yew School: Building a Global Policy School in Asia (in press), and The Public Policy Primer: Managing the Policy Process (2010), and co-editor of The Handbook of Public Policy (in press) and Transforming Asian Governance (2009).  Serving on the editorial board of the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, his current research program examines corruption trajectories across India, China and Indonesia.

He is on leave from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, where he served as a member of the core faculty team that launched the School in 2004 and as Vice Dean (Academic Affairs) from 2008 to 2011, a period which saw the School emerge as a leading policy school in Asia.  His extensive consulting practice in Asia has included numerous team-leader assignments for clients such as the World Bank, UNDP, UNICEF, Oxfam and Save the Children. He was the first American in the post-war era designated a Fulbright Fellow for Vietnam, and speaks Vietnamese, Japanese, German, and Bahasa Indonesia.

Dr. Fritzen holds a PhD in Public Affairs and a Master’s in Public Affairs and Urban and Regional Planning degrees from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University.