CORD Speaker Series: Niels Opstrup

From a “taste of science” to a “taste for publications”? A qualitative study of how performance-based university research funding systems impact researchers’ intrinsic motivation for research February 23, 2017 11 a.m. UCENT 480 Abstract A growing number of countries have made public funding for universities depend …

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The First 100 Days of the Trump Presidency: What It Means for Healthcare in Arizona

Join a panel of Arizona policy makers to discuss healthcare initiatives consistent with the Trump Administration’s agenda. Tuesday, Feb. 28,

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CORD Speaker Series: Xuhong Su

Xuhong Su, an assistant professor from the University of South Carolina presents Monday, Feb. 6

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CORD speaker series: Russell Hassan

Russell Hassan, associate professor in the Glenn College at The Ohio State University, joins CORD as part of our continuing speaker series. Reducing Corruption in Public Organizations: An Assessment of the Role of Organizational Structure, Reward System and Ethical Leadership Tuesday, Jan. 17 11 a.m. – …

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CORD research highlighted at PMRC

CORD faculty and doctoral students were well represented at this year’s Public Management Research Conference (PMRC). Held in Aarhaus, Denmark, the conference is the premier conference in public management sponsored by the Public Management Research Association (PMRA), which also manages the field’s number one journal, …

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Director’s Letter, March 2016

Dear CORD members, As the 2015-2016 academic year unfolds CORD becomes more expansive in its activities. Our Center provides an anchor to research and scholarly activity at Arizona State University and, at the same time, provides a vital link among policy and administration scholars around …

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Bozeman wins NSF grant

Barry Bozeman received a four-year grant from the National Science Foundation for research on the topic “Collaboration Cosmopolitanism and Scientific and Technical Human Capital: Implications for Women and Underrepresented Minorities.” Monica Gaughan, ASU School of Human Evolution and Social Change and a CORD faculty affiliate …

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Bretschneider Awarded NSF Grant

Stuart Bretschneider, CORD director of research, recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation entitled, “Forecasting the Return Home of Non-US Citizens with U.S. Ph.D.’s: Trends over time and why non-U.S. citizens with U.S. earned doctorates choose to return home.” This yearlong study will …

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CORD Speaker Series

Inaugural Arizona Centennial Distinguished Speaker: Andrew Whitford – “Above Politics: Bureaucratic Discretion and Credible Commitment” Andrew Whitford, Alexander M. Crenshaw Professor of Public Policy in the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia, delivered the CORD inaugural Arizona Centennial-CORD Lecture Thursday, February 25, 11:00 am -12:00 …

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Featured doctoral student: Hyunjung Ji

Hyunjung Ji is a doctoral candidate in the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University. Her research focuses on the institutional design of sustainability programs in both public and private organizations and its relationship with policy outcomes. Her three-essay dissertation examines why some local governments’ …

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