Angel Luis Molina, Jr.

Dr. Molina recently joined the Center for Organization Research and Design as a postdoctoral scholar. Angel holds a BBA in Finance and an MS in Economics from The University of Texas at El Paso. He completed his PhD in Political Science at Texas A&M University in 2015 with an emphasis on Public Administration and Public Policy, along with Race & Ethnic Politics. His research interests include the impacts of organizational behavior on policy outcomes in minority communities, the performance implications of minority access to organizational leadership, public values, education policy, immigration, Latino politics, and the salience of race and ethnicity for both public and private sector outcomes. His research has appeared in various journal including Regional Science Policy & Practice, and Politics, Groups, and Identities. Angel is collaborating with Barry Bozeman and others to develop new applications and extensions of public values theory, including work entitled Institutional Design for Public Value