Wednesday, January 15, 2014
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: 620 Library Place, Conference Room, Evanston, IL 60208 map it
Audience: Faculty/Staff - Student - Public
Program of African Studies
Group: Program of African Studies
Category: Lectures & Meetings
PAS Affiliates Series, lunch provided
12-1pm, followed by an informal focus group (1-1:30pm) for the speaker to ask the audience about their experiences with the US postal service.
The Universal Postal Union, Globalization, Information Technology and the Changing Contours of Postal Regulation and Reform in Nigeria
Julius Bolade Anjorin, is a visiting Scholar to the Program of African Studies. He is currently conducting research for his dissertation: “The Universal Postal Union (UPU) and the Politics of Postal Regulations and Reform: The Case of the Nigerian Postal Service (1985-2012).” His research interests include public policy, public administration, globalization and the interrelationship between international organizations/policy and domestic policy/politics. He has published many articles on public policy and public administration. He is a Member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered) and a Fellow, Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria. Anjorin has also been a public servant in the Nigerian Postal Service for twenty years and is currently Head Control Administration, Complaints and Strategy, Courier Regulatory Department, Nigerian Postal Service. He is to complete his PhD at the Department of Political Science, University of Lagos, Nigeria.