Artan Karini is an assistant professor in the Department of Public Policy and Administration, School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) at AUC. His research and teaching have broadly focused on global governance through aid institutions and their modalities in promoting best practice in administrative reform mainly in non-OECD country contexts. Prior to joining GAPP, he held various positions in academic and research organizations in Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and Southeast Europe and also engaged in development consulting through OSI, CIVICUS, NUFFIC/CORDAID and USAID. A former Fulbright scholar, he earned his MPA from the University of Pittsburgh and his doctorate in development policy and management from the University of Manchester. He also holds a professional designation in advanced human resources from Queen's University (Kingston), an affiliation with EUCAnet (a network of EU and European experts in Canada) and an adjunct research professorship with the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Carleton University (Ottawa).
Peer-reviewed journal articles
Karini, A. and Stauffer, H. (2019), Dilemmas of ethical and value-oriented management: an exploratory overview of organizational management practices at Effective Altruism Geneva (EAGe), Nonprofit Management and Leadership (under review);
Karini, A. (2017), Facilitators and Constraints of Policy Learning for Administrative Reform in the Western Balkans, Journal of Public Administration and Policy (NISPAcee), Volume X, Number 2, Winter 2017/18, 73-92.
Karini, A. (2016), Coordination Without Effectiveness? A Critique of the Paris Agenda in the Experience of Development Aid in Albania, European Journal of Development Research (Springer), 28: 741,doi:10.1057/ejdr.2015.28
Karini, A. (2015), Lesson-learning between Canada and Europe: promoting good governance in the developing world, Études canadiennes (Canadian Studies), 79, 29-47.
Karini, A. (2018), A Reading of Recent Developments in the EU and Implications for Governance Reform in Egypt and MENA. Working Paper. The American University in Cairo.
Successful defenses: Ismail, M. (May '17); El Zoughby , K. (August '17); Ali, S. Sayed (Jan. '18).