Conference Panel to focus on Work of SPA’s Rosenbloom
The work of SPA's David Rosenbloom, Distinguished Professor of Public Administration, will be the focus of a panel at the upcoming Public Management Research Conference. Rosenbloom's scholarship will be explored in a session, Defining Public Administration in Japan and Singapore: An Application of Rosenbloom's Three-Perspective Model, presented by Eric Boyer, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Jed Kee, George Washington University.
SPA will also be well represented by 10 faculty and 9 doctoral students who will participate in 15 sessions and panels at the conference to be held at the La Follette School of Public Affairs University of Wisconsin-Madison on June 20-22, 2013.
Susannah Bruns Ali
Where are They Going and Why? Middle and Upper Level Turnover Intent at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Going Beyond Service Delivery: Exploring Contractors' Stewardship Role in Promoting Citizen Participation (with Hyun Joon Kim and Kristina Lambright)
Decentralization's Push for Trust in Local Management: The Case of Uganda
Budgetary Constraints and Employee Turnover: The Case of Binding School District Tax and Expenditure Limitations (TELs)
IT Resources, Organizational Capabilities, and Value Creation in the Public Sector Organizations - Public Value Management Perspective (with Min-Seok Pang)
Representing the Globe: The Determinants of Representative Bureaucracy in International Organizations
Turnover, Vacancies, and Leadership Continuity: Does a 'Broken' Appointment Process Have Discernible Organizational Effects? (with William Resh and David Nixon)
Understanding Nonprofit Performance: The Case of Nursing Homes
The Pay and Status of LGBTs in the Federal Service (with Gregory B. Lewis)
Sector Switching in Good Times and in Bad: Are Public Sector Employees Less Likely to Change Sectors
A Fresh Take on Affective Commitment: Applying a New Goal Ambiguity Taxonomy (with Randall Davis)
* PhD student