We will feature occasional faculty profiles across the newsletters, so that students may understand the breadth of expertise and research happening in the department. This month, we get to know Professor Peter Mameli’s work.
Professor Mameli has a Ph.D. in Political Science from Syracuse University. Prior to working in the Department of Public Management he held positions with the New York City Council, the New York City Board of Education and the New York City Office of Management and Budget.
Review current work of Professor Mameli below.
Under New Management: What the Arab Spring Tells Us About Leadership Needs in the Middle East and North Africa. Paper to be presented at Middle East Dialogue – 2013 Conference. Policy Studies Organization: Washington, D.C., February 2013.
Recent Scholarship: Books
Kleinig, J., Peter Mameli, Seumas Miller, Douglas Salane, and Adina Schwartz, (2011) Security and Privacy: Global Standards for Ethical Identity Management in Contemporary Liberal Democratic States. Australia National University: epress and CAPPE. Available online at: epress.anu.edu.au?p=162481
Recent Scholarship: Articles and Conference Proceedings
Mameli, P. (2011) The Blue Helmets: Sexual Exploitation, Sex Trafficking and Organizational Culture in UN Peacekeeping Operations. IDEA –A Journal of Social Issues. Vol. 15, No. 1: http://www.ideajournal.com/articles.php?id=50
Mameli, P. (2011) A Global Crime: Why Transnational Sex Trafficking Networks are Succeeding in the Twenty-First Century. Internet Journal of Criminology, available at:
Mameli, P. (2011) Achieving Effective Information Privacy: A Review of Outcome Measures Used by National Data Protection Authorities. KAPA-ASPA Conference Proceedings, pp. 105-144. KAPA-ASPA. Seoul, South Korea, October 28-29, 2011.
Recent Conference Presentations:
Mameli, P. (2012) Missions and Measures: A Review of National Data Protection Authority Effectiveness. Paper presented at ASPA National Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2012.
Mameli, P. (2010) Developing a United States Office of Data Protection: Lessons from the European Union. Paper Presented at the Northeast Political Science Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.