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Call for Papers: Decision-Making in Public Organizations: The Continued Relevance of “Administrative Behavior”

Call for Papers: Decision-Making in Public Organizations: The Continued Relevance of “Administrative Behavior”

Symposium Editors: Gary Schwarz, SOAS, University of London (gary.schwarz@soas.ac.uk) Tom Christensen, University of Oslo (tom.christensen@stv.uio.no) Xufeng Zhu, Tsinghua University (zhuxufeng@tsinghua.edu.cn) Symposium Information In honor of the upcoming 75th anniversary of the publication of Herbert Simon’s seminal book “Administrative Behavior: A Study of Decision-Making Processes in Administrative Organizations,” first published in 1947, PAR will hold a…

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Discrimination is Not for Anyone

Discrimination is Not for Anyone

Richard Greggory Johnson III, University of San Francisco                                                                                          The purpose of this blog is to discuss my thoughts on the Me Too Movement. First, I must address my involvement with women’s rights through the years. I have been a supporter of women’s rights all of my life.  I watched my parents (mother and father) participate…

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Symposium: The Green New Deal: Pathways to a Low Carbon Economy

Symposium: The Green New Deal: Pathways to a Low Carbon Economy

Call for Contributions Public Administration Review’s Bully Pulpit Symposium: The Green New Deal: Pathways to a Low Carbon Economy Guest Editors Nives Dolšak School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington, Seattle Aseem Prakash Department of Political Science and the Center for Environmental Politics University of Washington, Seattle Objective and Rationale In 2007, Thomas…

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#MeToo, the Academy and Responsibilities

#MeToo, the Academy and Responsibilities

Sean McCandless Assistant Professor of Public Administration, University of Illinois Twitter: @seanmcc_pa Sean McCandless works as an assistant professor of public administration at the University of Illinois at Springfield. His current research focuses on the roles played by LGBTQ campus center directors as frontline bureaucrats combatting youth homelessness. Sean serves as the chair elect of…

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Gender Responsive Budgeting and the #MeToo Movement: Seeking Solutions to Sexual Violence on College Campuses in America

Gender Responsive Budgeting and the #MeToo Movement: Seeking Solutions to Sexual Violence on College Campuses in America

Shilpa Viswanath Ph.D Candidate at Rutgers University Email: shilpa.viswanath@rutgers.edu Shilpa Viswanath is a Ph.D. candidate at Rutgers University – Newark. Her doctoral thesis looks at Public Sector Unionism in New Jersey and is being co-advised by Dr. Norma Riccucci and Dr. Stephanie Newbold. Shilpa is closely associated with American Society for Public Administration’s – Section…

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Supporting the #MeToo Movement with a Long-Overdue #UsToo Movement

Supporting the #MeToo Movement with a Long-Overdue #UsToo Movement

Mohamad G. Alkadry, Ph.D Professor and Head of the Public Policy Department at the University of Connecticut Email: mohamad.alkadry@uconn.edu Twitter: @malkadry / @UConnDPP Instagram: UConnDPP LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/735537/ Mohamad G. Alkadry serves as a Professor and Head of the Department of Public Policy at the University of Connecticut. He previously held academic and administrative appointments, and…

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Returning to the Roots of #MeToo and Unanswered Questions for Academia to Tackle

Returning to the Roots of #MeToo and Unanswered Questions for Academia to Tackle

Returning to the Roots of #MeToo and Unanswered Questions for Academia to Tackle David M. Shapiro, CPA Fraud Risk and Financial Crimes Specialist Email: dshapiro@jjay.cuny.edu David M. Shapiro, CPA (inactive) is a Fraud Risk and Financial Crimes Specialist. He is also an expert generally on financial investigations and law enforcement. His extensive background includes work…

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The Commonality of #MeToo in Academia: Why we need to change

The Commonality of #MeToo in Academia: Why we need to change

The Commonality of #MeToo in Academia: Why we need to change Shannon Portillo, Ph.D. Assistant Vice Chancellor KU Edwards Campus Associate Professor School of Public Affairs & Administration Email:sportillo@ku.edu Twitter: @Prof_SP Shannon Portillo is Assistant Vice Chancellor of Undergraduate Programs at the KU Edwards Campus and an Associate Professor in the School of Public Affairs…

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Introduction: Charting a Path for #MeToo in Academia

Introduction: Charting a Path for #MeToo in Academia

WPS Spring 2019 Blog Series: Charting a Path for #MeToo in Academia Nicole M. Elias @NicoleEliasPhD Maria J. D’Agostino @MJDPHD Women in the Public Sector at John Jay College @JohnJayWPS Nicole M. Elias is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY and co-founder of Women…

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Symposium: Understanding and Reducing Public Corruption

Symposium: Understanding and Reducing Public Corruption

Globally corruption costs governments and businesses trillions of dollars each year. It distorts public policy objectives and damages trust. This makes for great difficulties for public administration, however scholarly analysis of public corruption is meager, especially in public administration and related fields. This symposium seeks to better understand how corruption affects public administration and how…

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