New Paper Available from Center Director Barry Bozeman

Barry Bozeman’s latest paper, “Bureaucratization in Academic Research Policy: Perspectives from Red Tape Theory” is available at the link below. Bozeman will present the paper in a keynote address at the 20th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators in Lugano, Switzerland on September 2. 0Final_Bozeman_LuganoKeynotePaper2015-2

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From the Director – Fall 2015

While still an infant, the Center for Organization Research and Design (CORD) continues to grow and become stronger. The 2014-2015 year was an eventful one. Perhaps the signal event is filling the third and final CORD faculty position with one of the leading public management …

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From the Board Chair, Leisha DeHart Davis

When Barry asked me during lunch to serve as chair of the CORD Board of Advisors , I halted my eggplant parmigiana mid-bite. Which is no small deal to a foodie. The opportunity to serve CORD was enough to delay culinary gratification and give an …

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Call For Papers

Critical Sociology Special Issue: Social Institutions & Sustainability Ongoing environmental and social changes, such as climate change, population shifts, and globalization, have increasingly highlighted the question of sustainability—in terms of how societies develop their human and natural resources, while ensuring long-term viability. This Special Issue …

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Institutional Design Frontiers: Higher Education Summit Summary

Overview: The Institutional Design Frontiers: Higher Education Summit was the first major event of Arizona State University’s new Center for Organization Research and Design. The two-day event took place April 9-10, 2015 in Scottsdale, Arizona and included research presentations from leading institutional design, organizational theory, …

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Project Updates

Fellow Anders Ryom Villadsen will visit from August 27-September 11, 2015. During my visit I will work on a project on workforce diversity in public and private organizations.  The project utilizes longitudinal Danish register data to explore organizational and individual outcomes of diversity and compares …

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Board, Faculty, Fellow, and Affiliated Student Updates – Fall 2015

Board members Agnes Akkerman 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 …

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PVC Travel and Lodging Info

Hotels The Downtown Phoenix area offers eight major hotels, all renovated within the last five years and all within walking distance of the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus. The area also offers a vibrant mix of entertainment and dining options. Sheraton Phoenix Downtown – two blocks east …

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Bozeman, Taggart, Todd & Fowler Scalpers Research Featured in ASU News

The work of CORD Director Barry Bozeman, along with researchers Gabel Taggart, Kevin Todd and Neil Fowler is the subject of a recent feature article in ASU News. Their study of “co-opetition” and teams among ticket scalpers at Arizona Diamondbacks games, presented by Taggart at …

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Bretschneider joins CORD, School of Public Affairs

Dr. Stuart Bretschneider will be joining ASU’s School of Public Affairs and the Center for Organization Research and Design in fall 2015. One of the most eminent scholars in public administration, Bretschneider will serve as Foundation Professor. He is currently director of the Center for Technology …

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