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Edmund Stazyk

Assistant Professor
Department of Public Administration and Policy

  • Professor Stazyk's research focuses on the application of organization theory and behavior to public management, public administration theory, and human resource management. His primary interests are in the areas of organizational and individual performance with an emphasis on employee motivation. He also conducts research in the areas of bureaucracy and organizational design, ethics, and human capital.

    Stazyk currently serves as the department's doctoral coordinator. He is a fellow of the Center for Organizational Research and Design at Arizona State University. He also sits on the boards of the International Research Society for Public Management and the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Stazyk is a planning commissioner and public service district board member in West Virginia.
  • Degrees


    PhD, Public Administration, University of Kansas (2009)

    MPA, University of Akron (2006)

    BA, Public Administration, Miami University (2002)
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Teaching

  • Spring 2014

  • Fall 2014

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Area of Expertise: Organization theory and behavior, public management, public administration theory, and human resource management

Additional Information: Edmund Stazyk’s research focuses on the application of organization theory and behavior to public management, public administration theory, and human resources issues. His primary interests are in the areas of organizational and individual performance with an emphasis on employee and public service motivation. Stazyk also conducts research in the areas of bureaucracy and organizational design, ethics, and human capital.

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