Johan Coetzee

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Staff Details

Telephone Number: 
+264 61 207 2192
Qualification: 
PhD BMA (USB), MBA Executive (USB), MA Public Administration (USB), Hons. Bus and Admin (USB), BA Hons. Public Administration Cum Laude (USB), BA (USB)
Research and Publications: 

Peer reviewed journal publications

Coetzee, J.J. (2015). The Impact of Corruption on Development: A Comparative Developmental Perspective’ in NAWA, Journal of Language and Communication, the peer reviewed publication of the School of Human Sciences, published by the University of Science and Technology, ISSN 1993-3835, Volume 9, Number 1, June 2015, pp. 58-70.

Coetzee, J.J. (2016). Comparative best practices to manage corruption, Journal for Studies in Human and Social Sciences, Volume 5, Number 2, 2016, ISSN 2026-7215, pp.98-107.

Coetzee, J.J. (2019). Good Governance as a Conceptual Paradigm for Institutional Reform and Transformation, Namibia Journal for Research, Science and Technology, National Commission on Research, Science & Technology, October, ISSN 2026 - 8548, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. nr. to be assigned.

Coetzee, J.J. (2019). Speaking Truth to Power: Whistleblowing Challenges and Options: A Namibian Perspective, Journal of Namibian Studies, ISSN nr. and pp. nr. to be assigned.

Peer reviewed articles commissioned (Peer reviewed artistic output)

Coetzee, J.J. (2018). The Role of the Private Sector in Tackling Corruption, a peer reviewed publication of a comprehensive nature of more than 45 pages launched and published as part of the Institute of Public Policy Research’ research’ programme on corruption, May 2018.

Book chapters peer reviewed

Coetzee, J.J. (2015). Chapter 6, The Co-Producers of Corruption as Obstructions to Development, in Niikondo, A. (2015). The Management and Administration of Development in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, ISSN 9 780994 664532, Cape Town, Publishing World SA, November 2015.

Coetzee, J.J. (2015). Chapter 7 titled Corruption and its impact on Development; in the book, in Niikondo, A. (2015). The Management and Administration of Development in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, ISSN 9 780994 664532, Cape Town, Publishing World SA, November 2015.

Coetzee, J.J. (2018). Chapter 5, Governance, Accountability and Transparency in the Namibian Public Sector, in Keyter, C.A (2018). Namibian Governance: A Public Administration and Management Perspective, ISBN 978 148512 558 7, Cape Town, Juta SA, ISBN 978 148512 558 7, December 2018.

Coetzee, J.J. (2018). Chapter 11, Containing and Dissolving Corruption in the Public Sector in Keyter, C.A (2018). Namibian Governance: A Public Administration and Management Perspective, ISBN 978 148512 558 7, Cape Town, Juta SA, ISBN 978 148512 558 7, December 2018.

The book is the first Namibian based Juta textbook for students on undergraduate and post graduate level for Namibia and in SADC, written only by Namibian authors and for Namibian students in which Namibian case studies are used.

Other publications

Magazines – editorial reviewed

Coetzee, J.J. (2015). Visionary leadership and the process of change, Namibia Politics and Administration in Perspective, June/July 2015, pp. 80-81.

Coetzee, J.J. (2016). Obstructions to Development calls for a New Approach to in Namibia, Namibia Politics and Administration in Perspective, Issue 3, December 2015/January 2016, pp. 28-31.

Coetzee, J.J. (2016). A Roadmap to operationalise a new approach to development in Namibia, Namibia Politics and Administration in Perspective, December 2015/January 2016.

Newspaper articles – editorial reviewed

Coetzee, J.J. (2015 - 2019). A weekly column Corruption – A Social Disease, in the newspaper, Die Republikein, Allgemeine Zeitung and Namibian Sun, 161 articles published in English since 15 May 2015, ongoing.

Peer reviewed conference proceedings

Coetzee, J.J. (2015). Contextualising the drivers and impact of corruption on development of two developing countries as opposed to a developed country, Conference Peer Review Proceedings of the National Research Symposium of the National Commission on Research Science and Technology, 23-25 September 2015.

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