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Research update

July 3, 2013
by Anthony Bertelli
I am very pleased to report that a paper entitled “Measuring Agency Attributes with Attitudes Across Time: A Method and Examples Using Large-Scale Federal Surveys” and written with USC Price School Ph.D students Dyana Mason, Jennifer Connolly and David Gastwirth is forthcoming in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.

Research update

March 14, 2013
USC Price’s Juliet Musso and Chris Weare discuss their recent project, “California Performance Management Reform.”

Research update

December 4, 2012

Here is a research update on Bedrosian Researcher Howard P. Greenwarld’s work on “Intersectoral Governance in Community-Based Organizations: Prevalence, Challenges, and Best Practices.”

Research update

November 19, 2012
Professor Terry Cooper, along with research students Weijie Wang, Hui Li, and Henry Yee (now Assistant Professor at National University of Singapore), have been working on a Bedrosian Center funded project called “From Subjects to Citizens: How Homeowners and Local Officials Perceive Homeowners’ Roles in Local Governance in China.”

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November 13, 2012
Research Associate Professor Christopher Weare and Assistant Professor Nicole Esparza have been working with Professor Paul Lichterman, a sociologist from the Dornsife College at USC, on the question of what makes civic networks cohere and fracture over time and how these processes affect the ability of networks to support the work of non-profit and advocacy organizations. Here is an update on their work.

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October 30, 2012

Associate Professor Anthony Bertelli has been working with colleague Peter John, from University College London, on the question of why governments favor one policy over another. Here is an update on their research.

Research update

October 23, 2012

Last week, we caught up with Assistant Professor David Suárez. He has been working on a project entitled “Collaboration and Civic Engagement in National Parks.” Today, we’ll take a look at some of his findings and possible impacts.

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October 16, 2012

Assistant Professor David Suárez has been working on a project entitled “Collaboration and Civic Engagement in National Parks.” He shares his project background and justification with us in a brief interview.

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