Name: Carmen Joel
Location: ADD 105 Soweto Campus
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Tel: +27 (0) 11 559 5633
About Ms Carmen Joel
- Masters in Public Management and Governance
- BA Honours Public Management and Governance
- BA Humanities
Academic Career Profile
Ms Carmen Joel started as a lecturer at the University of Johannesburg 1 January 2018. She obtained her Master’s degree from the University of Johannesburg in Public Management and Governance, the title of her research is ‘Risk management approaches in the public sector: The Department of Trade and Industry best practices’. Presently she is teaching at the undergraduate level.
Articles in accredited journals
Joel, C. 2022. Batho Pele Principles in the 21st Century: The case of the Department of Home Affairs, South Africa. African Journal of Development Studies (AJDS). 12(1):207-222.
Joel, C. and Nel, D. 2021. The Relationship between Sustainable Development, Social Justice and Social Innovation. Administratio Publica. 29(1):66-82.
Joel, C. and Nel, D. 2020. Social Innovation During the Covid-19 Pandemic in South Africa. Administratio Publica. 28(3):167-185.
Joel, C. and Vyas-Doorgapersad, S. 2019. An analysis of risk management within the Department of Trade and Industry. Journal of Contemporary Management. 16(1):357-375.
Nel, D. and Joel, C. 2019. The transformation of governance in the South African energy sector: critical considerations for gender mainstreaming. Journal of Contemporary Management. (16):313-332.
Joel, C. and Nel, D. 2018. Contextualising the Factors Influencing the Development of a Framework for Risk Management. Administratio Publica. 26(3).