News

Jiwon Jung Jung, J., Bozeman, B., & Gaughan, M. (2017). Impact of Cosmopolitan Research Collaboration on Job Satisfaction. Research Policy , 46 (10): 1863-...

Paris Chrysos - Alternate Presentation" at the "Annual Cubesat Workshop" that will take place in CalPoly at the end of April (you can find the programme in...

Michael Ahn is on sabbatical and currently working as a Visiting Professor in the Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea. He is...

Mary K. Feeney - Kaufmann, Wesley, Hooghiemstra, R. and Feeney, M.K. 2018. Formal institutions, informal institutions, and red tape: An comparative study. ...

Leisha DeHart-Davis, Chair, is co-winner of ASPA’s 2018 Best Book Award from the Section for Public Administration Research (SPAR) for Creating Effective Rules in Public...

Associate Director Nicole Darnall On sabbatical- Book Chapters

Darnall N, Welch E, Cho S & Duscha M. Forthcoming . Regulation and sustainable supply chain...

Barry Bozeman has spent his career following a diverse array of research interests

Why don’t things work? That question has driven Barry Bozeman during a lifetime of inquiry into such diverse...

Dear CORD members,

I’m not sure CORD has entered middle age, maybe young adulthood, but we are established, known, and on a stable footing. This is due to...

Researchers launch campaign to publicize best practices in 'green purchases'

Convincing consumers to change their behaviors and “buy green” one person at a time is a daunting prospect. But...

Students - ASU

Jeffrey Iles is a CORD student affiliate and is finishing a dual master’s program this semester in public administration and...

Wesley Kaufmann has been promoted to associate professor at the Tilburg School of Governance at Tilburg University Netherlands.

Angel Molina will be...

Derrick Anderson has received a two-year grant from the National Science Foundation for research on the “behavioral and institutional determinants of public value knowledge...

Ahn, Michael and Chen, Yu-Che (eds). (2017). Routledge Handbook on Information Technology in Government .

Andersson, Fredrik O., Faulk, Lewis and...

Michael Ahn was elected as a council member at American Society for Public Administration’s National Council , representing district 1 (NJ, NY, RI, CT, MA, ME, VT and NH)....

Nicole Darnall was awarded the 2016 Best Journal Article from Academy of Management, Public and Nonprofit Management Division for her co-authored paper: Kim Y. and Darnall N. (...

Dear CORD members,

During 2016-2017 academic year, the Center for Organization Research and Design continues to flourish and to look for new ways to serve its fellows, affiliates and...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Shabidul (Russell) Hassan Wins 2016 CORD Award for Scholarly Excellence

Dr. Hassan is the recipient of the 2016 CORD Award for Scholarly Excellence. The award...

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 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...

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...

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...

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...

Confirmed Participants: Stu Bretschneider, Nicole Darnall, Greg Dawson, Geoffrey Gonsher, Lily Hsueh, Justin Stritch, Linda Williams

State and local government procurement spending is...

Course announcement:

PAF 591, HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY

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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...

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...

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...

Critical Sociology Special Issue: Social Institutions & Sustainability

Ongoing environmental and social changes, such as climate change, population shifts, and...

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....

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...

Board members

Agnes Akkerman

Appointed Professor of Sustainable Co-operation at the RUG: The University of Groningen (the...

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 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...

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...

Professor Gregory Dawson, Senior Faculty Associate with CORD and Assistant Professor in the W.P Carey College of Business has been awarded a grant from the IBM Business of Government program to...

Board of Advisor member Sanjay K. Pandey, Shapiro Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration, at The George Washington University was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Public...








Director's Letter,

We are a bit tardy with our news, not because there is no news but because our fellows and affiliates have been so busy...

Mabel Sanchez joins CORD from Spain’s INGENIO, one of the two major science and technology policy government research centers in Spain. Mabel is a PhD candidate in INGENIO and the Polytechnic...

Dr. Stuart Bretschneider has been selected to receive the inaugural Duncombe Excellence in Doctoral Education Award for his continued and selfless dedication to advancing the careers of doctoral...

Barry Bozeman , Director of the Center for Organization Research and Design and Arizona Centennial Professor of Technology Policy and Public Management, was recently selected to receive the...

Donald Moynihan , Professor of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s La Follette School of Public Affairs, joins the Board of Advisors. His research examines the application of...

I am extremely pleased to announce that my colleague Nicole Darnall has accepted my invitation to serve as Associate Director of the Center for Organization Research and Design. In addition to...

The Center for Organization Research and Design at Arizona State University is accepting proposals for conference papers for the April 2015 conference, Institutional Design Futures: Higher...

We are pleased to announce that Charles Wise is joining the ASU College of Public Programs and CORD as Distinguished Visiting Professor. He is appointed jointly between CORD and the College's...

Leisha DeHart Davis , associate professor of public administration at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government, has been awarded a contract from the Local Government Research Collaborative (LGRC...

Barry Bozeman and Craig Boardman's book Research Collaboration and Team Science: A State-of-the-Art Review and Agenda was published in June by Springer Publishers. The book is part of the series...

One of the most ambitious projects, the CORD project on STEM Careers and Social Mobility, has received a big boost.

The Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development, along with the Dean of...

ASU’s School of Public Affairs is very lucky to have successfully recruited Eric Welch and Mary Feeney . They will be moving their science policy research laboratory to ASU, expanding it and...

The latest round of the National Administrative Studies Project (NASP-Citizen) is now well underway with more than 20 researchers having provided questionnaire items or methodological ideas. In...

For the second year in a row, a CORD affiliate has received the American Political Science Association’s Herbert Simon Award for the best book written (during a five year period) in the field of...

Researchers from around the world accepted their nominations to be CORD Fellows . This group of distinguished researchers provides the core for communicating and participating in CORD data sharing...

NASP has lost one great asset but found another. The project director, CORD postdoc Dennis Dong, has taken a position as an assistant professor at National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taipei,...

Mary Feeney’s new book, Nonprofit Organizations & Civil Society in the United States , with Kelly LeRoux (CORD affiliate) is coming out soon. Feeney’s paper "When Employee and Organization...

Robert K. Christensen is the new doctoral program director at the University of Georgia, Department of Public Administration and Policy.

Cullen C. Merritt recently completed his Ph.D....

Muhammad Azfar Nisar’s article titled "Higher Education Governance and Performance Based Funding as an Ecology of Games" has been accepted for publication in the journal Higher Education which is...

In August Kandyce will be starting her new position as an assistant professor in the Department of Public Administration at the University of Texas San Antonio. Housed within the College of Public...

Several distinguished faculty members will join CORD and the College of Public Programs in fall 2014.

Dr. Mary Feeney: Dr. Feeney’s research focuses on public and nonprofit management,...

Credibility and Use of Scientific and Technical Information in Policy Making: An Analysis of the Information Bases of the National Research Council’s Committee Reports

Authors: Barry...

CORD’s first Board of Advisors meeting was held on December 10, 2014 at ASU in Phoenix, AZ. Several advisors contributed to the center’s future plans and the following initiatives discussed are in...

September 10, 2013 - A wave of renowned scholars recently joined an already world-class faculty at the ASU School of Public Affairs and are poised to build on its national reputation in teaching...