Barry Bozeman and Craig Boardman’s book Research Collaboration and Team Science: A State-of-the-Art Review and Agenda

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 SpringerBriefs in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. IBSN: 978-3-319-06468-0. Co-Author Craig Boardman is a CORD fellow and Associate Professor …

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Research Workshop on “Crowd Sourced Data and Public Management”

CORD is planning a 2015 Research Workshop focusing on the potentialities of crowd sourced data (e.g. Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, among others) for organization research. The conference will include both conceptual, methodological, and, especially, empirical papers based on crowd sourced data. This is only in the …

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University Publicness Project Hosts Conference

As part of its University Publicness Project, CORD will be hosting an international research conference. The Institutional Design Frontiers (IDF) conference will take place at the Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center, in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 9-10, 2015. CORD faculty affiliate Derrick Anderson is the …

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CORD Pro Bono Project: St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance Impact Study

One of the operating premises of CORD is that each year it will perform a pro bono research or evaluation project. The project for academic year 2014-2015 will be a  “public value impact assessment” for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance of Arizona. The project begins …

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STEM Social Mobility Project

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 the College of Public Programs (CORD affiliate Jonathan Koppell) and the Director of the …

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STEPS Affiliation

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 developing it into a full-fledged research center, the Center for Science, Technology and Environmental …

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NASP Update

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 fact, so many good ideas were developed that two questionnaires have been developed and will soon be undergoing …

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Koppell wins Simon Award

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 public administration. This year’s winner is Jonathan Koppell, Dean of the …

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Fellows Program Launched Successfully

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 and collaborative research projects. Most important, the CORD network grows by adding interested researchers. Knowing the value …

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Dennis Dong to NCCU

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, Taiwan. NCCU is one of the elite universities of Taiwan and is best known for …

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