|Present||Chair and Associate Professor, Binghamton University--SUNY|
- Problem Definition
- Logic of Inquiry
- Public and Nonprofit Budgeting and Finance
|2006||PhD, Syracuse University ‐ Public Administration|
|1997||MPA, Syracuse University ‐ Public Administration|
|1996||BA, Dartmouth College ‐ Government|
Research Works (20)
The Performance Puzzle: Understanding the Factors Influencing Alternative Dimensions and ...
Public Administration Faculty Scholarship (2014)
There is a large literature on the determinants of organizational performance, and its multidimensional nature is well recognized. However, little ...
Closer Than “Arms Length”: Understanding the Factors Associated With Collaborative ...
Public Administration Faculty Scholarship (2012)
This article focuses on collaborative relationships between contractors and government agencies and explores which contract characteristics, contractor traits, and environmental ...
Crossing the Divide: Building Bridges between Public Administration Practitioners and ...
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (2011)
This article discusses the challenges of better connecting public administration (PA) scholarship to practice and recommends solutions to address those ...
Looking beyond the Undergraduate Classroom: Factors Influencing Service Learning's ...
Public Administration Faculty Scholarship (2010)
This study provides a greater understanding of which factors influence the effectiveness of service learning projects at improving graduate students’ ...
Agency Theory and Beyond: Contracted Providers’ Motivations to Properly Use ...
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (2008)
This article uses agency and stewardship theories to explain different motivations for contracted providers to properly use service monitoring tools. ...