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Appointed Professor of Sustainable Co-operation at the RUG: The University of Groningen (the Netherlands) has appointed Agnes Akkerman as James Coleman Professor of Sustainable Co-operation, with a focus on collective labor relations. Besides her position of Professor at the University of Groningen, Agnes Akkerman will continue her work at VU University Amsterdam.
During the 2014-2015 academic year, Nicole Darnall was promoted from associate professor to professor. She was co-collaborator on a $1,949,788 NSF grant (2014-2017 – Resilient Interdependent Infrastructure Processes and Systems Type 2: Resilience Simulation for Water, Power & Road Networks). Additionally, she was invited to deliver a 3-day workshop on Sustainable enterprise: strategic value, approaches and policy outcomes at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Institute of Management, Pisa, Italy, and had the following papers published (or accepted for publication):
http://kevindesouza.net/2014/07/measuring-it-value-designing-metrics-and-dashboards/ (I have completed this project and the report is scheduled to be released by the end of July…)
Glenn Hoetker’s paper, “Alliance experience and governance flexibility,” with Jongkuk Lee and Bill Qualls, is forthcoming in Organization Science. Glenn and his co-authors find that firms with more experience in alliances are better able to protect their interests no matter how an alliance is structure. Thus, alliance experience allows firms to be more flexible in how they structure their alliances, which provides competitive advantage by enabling firms to form advantageous alliances that are less available to inexperienced competitors.
Mook, Laurie, John Whitman, Jack Quarter & Ann Armstrong (2015). Understanding the Social Economy of the United States. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 416 pp.
Now an associate professor at the École nationale d’administration publique
Current Research Projects
Shuyang Peng- Now a fellow!
Earned her Ph.D. from Rutgers University- Newark this May, and will start as an assistant professor in School of Public Administration at University of New Mexico in September
Joined the Department of Public Administration and Policy in the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy at the University at Albany (SUNY)
New publications, several of these are co-authored with Randy Davis, who is also a CORD fellow
Over 30 academics from Europe, US, Africa and Asia met June 9-10 at the third meeting of the IIAS Study Group on Coproduction of Public Services. The meeting was hosted by prof. Taco Brandsen and his team from Radboud University Nijmegen. A mini-documentary shot at the seminar is now online.
In 2016, there will be another chance to share work on co-production at the fourth meeting of the IIAS Study Group. Information on data, place and call for papers is to follow. Information on the Study Group can be found at the website of IIAS (International Institute of Administrative Sciences) or by contacting the Study Group chair, Trui Steen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Conference Paper: Maroulis, S., Nisar, M. A., Taggart, G. (2015). Personal Networks in the Workplace: An Empirical Study of Innovative Behavior by Street Level Bureaucrats. Public Management Research Conference.
Interviewed on the Phoenix NPR station, KJZZ, about his work on the paper, Scalpers who work together may offer best deals for ticket sales.