Affiliated students updates

Jiwon Jung Jung, J., Bozeman, B., & Gaughan, M. (2017). Impact of Cosmopolitan Research Collaboration on Job Satisfaction. Research Policy, 46(10): 1863-1872. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2017.09.003 Nate Wade Nate Wade’s proposals have been accepted to the 2018 6th Biannual Public Values Conference and the Public Management Research …

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Visiting Scholars updates

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 attachment). Ying Jiang- I attended the ASPA 2018 Annual conference-Mission focused and Service First, and give an oral presentation …

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Fellows updates

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 serving as the Chair of the Section on Science and Technology in Government (SSTIG) at American Society for Public …

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ASU affiliate updates

Mary K. Feeney – Kaufmann, Wesley, Hooghiemstra, R. and Feeney, M.K. 2018. Formal institutions, informal institutions, and red tape: An comparative study. Public Administration. DOI: 10.1111/padm.12397 Kendall Funk –  received a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at ASU, July 2018. Ulrich Jensen publications- Jensen, Ulrich …

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Board of Director updates

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 Sector Organizations. Kaye Husbands Fealing published a co-edited book (with a few chapters that she co-authored on food safety research, and patents …

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CORD Leadership updates

Associate Director Nicole Darnall On sabbatical- Book Chapters Darnall N, Welch E, Cho S & Duscha M. Forthcoming. Regulation and sustainable supply chain management. Sarkis J (ed.) Sustainable Supply Chain Handbook. Edward Elgar. Darnall N, Hsueh L, Stritch J, Bretschneider S. 2018. Environmental purchasing in …

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ASU Regents’ Professor studies collaboration, organization theory

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 topics as why red tape mucks up government, how gender affects scientific collaboration and …

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Director’s letter, spring 2018

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 your stalwart efforts. Our Center continues to provide an anchor to research and scholarly activity at Arizona …

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Ensuring your city is in the green – webinar Aug. 10

Local governments always have a keen eye on ensuring financials are “in the green”. But an emerging focus is looking at the environmental and cost impacts the current local government procurement practices have, and innovating our approaches to encourage positive changes for our future. OVERVIEW …

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ASU initiative helping cities to become more sustainable

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 harnessing the huge buying power of America’s cities could be a boon to manufacturers of sustainable …

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