Barry Bozeman

Barry Bozeman

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Barry Bozeman is Arizona Centennial Professor of Technology Policy and Public Management and Director of the Center for Organization Research and Design at Arizona State University.  His research and teaching interests include Public Management, Organization Theory, Science and Technology Policy, Higher Education Policy and Public Policy for Sports.  Bozeman’s previous positions include University of Georgia (Ander Crenshaw Chair in Public Policy), Georgia Tech (Regents Professor of Public Policy and founding Director of the School of Public Policy), Syracuse University’s Maxwell School (Professor of Public Administration, Law and Affiliate Professor of Engineering and founding Director of the Center for Technology and Information Policy), and University of Copenhagen (Distinguished Visiting Professor of Political Science).  Bozeman has had visiting professor positions at University of Michigan, Columbia University, Virginia Tech, the US National Science Foundation’s Division of Information Science and Technology, Aarhus University (Denmark), University of London South Bank (UK), INGENIO (Valencia, Spain), and NISTEP (Japan).  Bozeman is best know for his research on public values (Public Values and Public Interest, 2007), red tape (Bureaucracy and Red Tape, 2000) and the organizations theory “dimensional publicness” (All Organizations are Public, 1989).  He and colleagues originated the National Administrative Studies Projects, a multi-university, multi-national set of studies providing core data for the field of public management. Bozeman’s professional awards include the Simon Award for best book on public administration, the NASPAA award for distinguished research and the Public Management Research Association’s Frederickson Award for career contributions to research, and the ASPA Charles Levine Award, among others.  Bozeman was a member of the founding committees for both the Public Management Research Association and the Public Management Research Association.  He serves on a variety of editorial boards and is co-editor of the Journal of Technology Transfer.  Bozeman is an elected fellow of both the National Academy of Public Administration and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.  His current research focuses on research collaboration, use of scientific and technical information in policy-making, STEM careers and mentoring, organization pathology, design of public value-based institutions and public policy, and public policy and design issues in college athletics. Bozeman received his Ph.D. in political science from the Ohio State University.

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