Recent awards, spring 2016

Shabidul (Russell) Hassan wins the 2016 CORD Award for Scholarly Excellence and Stazyk, Davis and Portillo win the 2016 Best Paper Award.
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2016 National Administrative Studies Project (NASP-Citizen) Conference

The 2016 National Administrative Studies Project (NASP-Citizen) Conference was held February 26 from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. on the Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix campus. The conference highlighted ASU doctoral student research that is being developed using the NASP-C data. Andrew Whitford, Alexander M. Crenshaw professor of public policy in the School of …

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Public Values Consortium’s 5th Biennial Workshop, January 2016

CORD hosted the Public Values Consortium’s 5th Biennial Workshop in Phoenix, Arizona on  January 7 – 8. The Workshop sought to consolidate and expand existing knowledge of public values presented at the four previous Workshops. A featured panel included five participants who have either organized or hosted a previous …

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Board of Advisors rotation

At the recent CORD Board of Advisors meeting in Miami, we laid out a plan for rotating members off the Board to allow for staggered appointments. We decided to have the first three rotations off the Board this year and agreed that the process for …

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Cordite News, March 2016

Agnes Akkerman, member of CORD Board of Advisors, won a Dutch National Science Foundation grant of 1.5 million Euros for her research into employee voice in organizations and the way organizations adapt institutions for voice and employee participation in order to create sustainable employment relations. http://www.nwo.nl/en/news-and-events/news/2016/nwo-awards-32-prestigious-vici-grants.html …

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Meet our new postdoctoral researcher: Dr. Angel Molina

Dr. Angel Molina recently joined the Center for Organization Research and Design as a postdoctoral scholar. Molina holds a BBA in finance and an M.S. in economics from The University of Texas at El Paso. He completed his Ph.D. in political science at Texas A&M University in …

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Board of Advisors Meeting

Dear CORD Board Members and Fellows, Our Board of Advisors meeting ancillary to the Miami APPAM meeting proved to be quite productive. I provide a summary here, a tardy one. I apologize for not getting this out earlier. I plea a combination of much more …

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New Business Model Perspectives: The Normative Business Model.

CORD Associate Sally Randles and Oliver Laasch, both from the Institute of Innovation Research at the University of Manchester UK, have been addressing the question of how a range of societal values and public cares and concerns, from sustainability to health and well-being become ‘normalised’ …

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2015 CORD Pro Bono Proposal: Green Procurement in an Arizona State/Local Agencies

Confirmed Participants: Stu Bretschneider, Nicole Darnall, Greg Dawson, Geoffrey Gonsher, Lily Hsueh, Justin Stritch, Linda Williams State and local government procurement spending is valued at approximately $1.5 trillion annually.[i] These government entities therefore have the ability to shape product and service markets considerably. For this …

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Course Announcement: Higher Education Policy with Barry Bozeman

Course announcement: PAF 591, HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY Spring 2016 Tempe Campus, Building LL, Room 114 Tuesday 6pm-8:45pm Instructor: Professor Barry Bozeman   Higher Education Policy (PAF 591) is a multi-faceted course that gives particular emphasis to one broad topic: the tension between “public values” governance …

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