|Present||Professor of Public Administration & Political Science, Cedarville University ‐ Department of History and Government|
- American State and Local Government
- Applied Public Administration
- Data Analysis & Research Methodology
- Jurisprudence-Philosophy of Law
- Politics and American Culture
- Public Administration
- Public Budgeting
- Public Finance
- Public Policy
- Strategies for Public Administration
|2006||D.P.A., Western Michigan University|
|1988||Master of Public Administration, University of Dayton|
|1983||B.A., Cedarville College|
Department of History and Government
A Heuristic Study of the Decision to Privatize Local Government Services Faculty Dissertations (2006)
The purpose of this research is to explore the nature of local government decision making. Six Michigan cities, selected from respondents to an International City/County Management Association (ICMA) privatization survey, are the basis of this ...
Rendering to God and Caesar: Critical Readings for American Government (2014)
To understand American government is, at minimum, to recognize religion's profound influence on our culture and, by extension, our politics." So state the editors of this outstanding collection of 55 readings that survey the function ...
Conference Proceedings (2)
Conference Presentations (12)
Eminent Domain: Issues and Case Studies for Government and Business Administrators Academy of Business Disciplines (2011)
The U.S. Supreme Court decision Kelo v. City of New London significantly extended the power of government over private property. This paper explores the historical and legal protection of private property by the Fifth Amendment ...