Gabel Taggart

Gabel Taggart is a PhD student in Public Administration and Policy and an affilite with CORD and C-STEPS.  His research interests include public, non-profit, and higher education management, an experiment on the intepretation of statistical output aspirations, and organization theory. His current projects include, among others, an analysis of social capital outputs across college sectors, public values mapping in higher education, red tape and administrative burden, an experiment testing the efficacy of the Plain Writing Act of 2010, and a study on the fairness of job obtainment through social means across sectors. He was recently interviewed by Phoenix’s NPR affiliate about a paper he co-authored about baseball ticket scalpers at Chase Field.