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Resh publishes new article in premier Public Administration journal

by Justine Dodgen A new article co-authored by Bedrosian Faculty Affiliate Bill Resh was accepted into the  Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. The article, entitled “A Systems Theory Approach to Innovation Implementation: Why Organizational Location Matters,” examines how the “success” of adopted innovations depends on both the source of innovation and the organizational Read more…

Tang publishes new article in Policy Studies Journal

by Justine Dodgen This month, Professor and Bedrosian Center Research Director Shui Yan Tang coauthored a new article in the Policy Studies Journal entitled “Political Commitment, Policy Ambiguity, and Corporate Environmental Practices.” His paper examines how regulatory factors are related to basic and proactive corporate environmental management practices in the Pearl River Delta region Read more…

Director Raphael Bostic Interviewed on New Fair Housing Rule

by Justine Dodgen Bedrosian Center Director Raphael Bostic recently spoke with DS News to discuss HUD’s new Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) Rule, which was announced in early July. AFFH intends to help communities that receive HUD funding meet long-standing fair housing obligations. During the interview, Bostic discussed what he hopes AFFH will help accomplish: My Read more…

Studying Senior Care in China

by Justine Dodgen Last month, I left for Beijing, China for the Price International Lab with eighteen of my fellow Price students. Together, we represented five of Price’s graduate degree programs, the Los Angeles and Sacramento campuses, and local and international students. This diverse group set out to put our learning Read more…

Lansing on making the rules

by Justine Dodgen Sherry Lansing has accomplished many things throughout her life. When asked the secret to her success, she replied, “If you don’t have the passion and the resiliency, you will give up. This is true for movies, [for] research, and getting money for under-served schools.” At our last Lunch Read more…

Perry calls for more involvement from Public Administration Scholars

by Justine Dodgen At the Bedrosian Center’s Governance Salon discussion, James Perry raised a provocative issue in the public administration field:  if public administration is often viewed as out of touch and blamed for governance failures, is effective public administration vanishing? Perry, Editor-In-Chief of Public Administration Review and Professor in the School of Read more…

From Power to Impact

by Justine Dodgen Sherry Lansing – Translating a high-power career into impact on education Did you ever think that your high school math teacher might one day be one of Hollywood’s leading executives? For Sherry Lansing’s students, this idea may have been no surprise. Starting her career as a high school Read more…

Is Public Administration Vanishing?

by Justine Dodgen On March 31, the Bedrosian Center will host James L. Perry at the annual Governance Salon event to discuss Vanishing Public Administration. Perry is a Chancellors’ Professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) and Adjunct Professor of Philanthropic Studies and Political Science at Indiana University, Read more…

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