Vache Gabrielyan specializes in public administration and economics. He studied at the Yerevan State University and received his Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration from Rutgers University. He has served as Vice-President of the Central Bank of Armenia (2008-2010), and Minister of Finance (2010-2012). Currently he is the Vice Prime Minister of Armenia, and Minister of International Economic Integration and Reforms. Dr. Vache Gabrielyan is the author of number of scientific papers published in Armenia and abroad.

Name, Title
Vache Gabrielyan, Adjunct Assistant Professor

Education, Degree
PhD, Rutgers University

Office location
136W, Paramaz Avedisian Building

Email
vache.gabrielyan@aua.am

Phone
(+374 60) 61 26 71

Office hours
By appointment

Areas of research and teaching specialization
Public Administration, Public Policy

Courses currently taught
PSIA340 Introduction to Public Administration

Publications

Books and Symposia:

  • “Bureaucracy on the Silver Screen: A World-Wide Perspective.” Co-editor: Marc Holzer, Public Voices Vol. 4, No. 2 (2000).
  • “Post-Soviet Bureaucracy: Change and Continuity,” Co-editor: Marc Holzer, special issue of the International Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1999.
  • “Flexible Performance Strategies: Responding to Change,” Symposium Co-editor: Kathe Callahan, Public Productivity and Management Review, Vol. 20, No. 2, December 1996.
  • “Insights from History and Political Thought,” Symposium editor, Public Voices, Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 1996.
  • Case Studies in Productive Public Management: Capacity Building in Government, Co-editor: Marc Holzer, Chatelaine Press, Burke, VA: 1995.

Articles (Peer Reviewed Journals):

  • “Discourse in Comparative Policy Analysis: Privatization Policies in Britain, Russia and the United States,” Policy and Society, Vol. 25, No. 2, 2006, pp. 47-75.
  • “The Origins and Transformation of Policy Ideas: Case study: Education Law of Armenia’, with Gayane Selimyan, NISPAcee Occassional Papers, Volume IV – No. 3 Summer 2003.
  • “Investing in Corporate Securities: Prospects in Armenia,” with Gnel Sahakyan, Information Technologies and Management, No. 2, 2002, pp. 212-225 (in Armenian).
  • “The Rise and Fall of Soviet Bureaucracy on the Silver Screen,” Public Voices, 2000.
  • “The Trends of Insurance Market Development in Armenia,” with Zaruhi Sahakyan, Information Technologies and Management, No. 4, 1999, pp. 105-110 (in Armenian).
  • “Post-Communist Bureaucracies: Organizational Modes of Transition,” International Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1999, pp. 69-99.
  • “The New Russian Bureaucracy: What is New About It?” with Pavel Makeyenko and Marc Holzer, International Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1999, pp. 13-39.
  • “Public Administration in Ancient China: Practice and Theory,” Public Voices, Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 1996, pp. 25-44.

Chapters:

  • “Qualitative Research Methods: An Overview,” with Kaifeng Yang and Susan Spice, in Yang, Kaifeng and Gerald J. Miller (eds.). Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration, 2nd edition, Boca Raton, FL: Auerbach Publications, 2007, pp. 141-169.
  • “Comparative and International Administration,” with George M. Guess, in Rabin, Jack et al. (eds.), Handbook of Public Administration, Third edition, New York: CRC Press, 2007, pp. 565-605.
  • “Five Great Ideas of American Public Administration,” with Marc Holzer, and Kaifeng Yang in Rabin, Jack, Hildreth, W. B. and Gerald J. Miller (eds.). Handbook of Public Administration, Third edition, New York: CRC Press, 2007, pp. 49-103.
  • “Introduction” and “Government Regulation of Banking,” in Asatryan, Bagrat (ed.) Banking, Yerevan: Sarvard Publishers, 2004, pp. 13-18 and 443-458.
  • “Capital Account Liberalization Experiences in Armenia,” with Armine Khachatryan, in Bakker, Age F.P. and Bryan Chapple (eds). Capital Liberalization in Transition Countries: Lessons from the Past and for the Future. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2003.
  • “Qualitative Research Methods: An Overview,” in Whicker, Marcia and Gerald J. Miller (eds.). Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration, New York: Marcel Dekker, 1998, pp. 167-205.
  • International Encyclopedia of Public Policy and Administration. Jay Shafritz, Editor-in-Chief.  Harper-Collins/Westview Press. 1998. Author/co-author of the following entries:
  • “Outsourcing,” pp. 1590-1596.
  • “Cost-Effectiveness Analysis,” pp. 563-566.
  • “Administrative Fiction” (with Marc Holzer), pp. 42-46.
  • “Control (Internal Controls)” (with Pavel Makeyenko and Marc Holzer), pp. 524-528.
  • “Formal Organization” (with Pavel Makeyenko and Marc Holzer), pp. 924-927.
  • “Informal Organizations” (with Pavel Makeyenko and Marc Holzer), pp. 1136-1138.
  • “Innovation” (with Pavel Makeyenko and Marc Holzer), pp. 1145-1148.
  • “Reinventing Government” (with Marc Holzer and Philip Nufrio), pp. 1948-1951.
  • “Structure-Organizational” (with Pavel Makeyenko and Marc Holzer), pp. 2182-2187.
  • “Five Great Ideas of American Public Administration,” with Marc Holzer, in Rabin, Jack, Hildreth, W. B. and Gerald J. Miller (eds.). Handbook of Public Administration, New York: Marcel Dekker, 1998, pp. 52-104.
  • “Reforming Eastern European Bureaucracy: Does American Experience Apply?” with Frank Fischer, in Asmerom, Haile K. and Reis E. (eds.) Democratization and Bureaucratic Neutrality: Experience From Developed and Third World; London: MacMillan; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1996, pp. 109-127.
  • “Privatization and Outsourcing– Background Discussion” in Caprio, Raphael J. and Marc Holzer, (eds.), Outsourcing and Shared Services Among New Jersey Municipalities, Graduate Department of Public Administration, Rutgers University, 1995, pp. 8-38.