Dr. Taha Hameduddin is an Assistant Professor at the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, where he teaches courses on public policy, methodology, and public management. Prior to joining the Martin School, he was as an Assistant Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (National University of Singapore), where he co-chaired the Master of Public Administration Programme.
He received his PhD in Public Affairs from the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, and holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the University of Georgia.
Taha’s research examines employee and managerial attitudes and behavior, and the external environment of public organizations. His publications have appeared in the top public administration journals, including Public Administration Review, Public Management Review, Review of Public Personnel Administration, International Public Management Journal, and American Review of Public Administration, among others.
Taha’s teaching experience includes (under)graduate-level courses (National University of Singapore, Nazarbayev University, and Indiana University) on Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Public Policy Analysis, Diversity Management, and Qualitative Methods. In addition, he frequently consults with organizations on issues of leadership and global diversity management, including the United Nations System Staff College, and the Government of Indonesia, among others.