Bedrosian Faculty at 2016 ASPA

The 2016 ASPA (American Society for Public Admininstration) Conference is taking place March 18-22, 2016, in Seattle. Terry Cooper wins the Ethics Lifetime Achievement Award from ASPA’s Section on Ethics and Integrity of Governance, see Page 49,  https://www.aspanet.org/PUBLIC/ASPADocs/Annual%20Conference/2016ProgramFinal-ForWeb.pdf Robert Denhardt, ASPA conference honorary co-chair William G Resh wins, along with his co-authors, ASPA’s William E. Mosher and…

From subjects to citizens – How homeowners and local officials perceive homeowner’s roles in China

The USC Bedrosian Center Faculty Awardees present their research findings. Today, Terry Cooper, along with USC Price doctoral students Weijie Wang and Hui Li, will present findings on the homeowner movement in China. The Chinese people used to be subjects of the party-state under the planned economy. They did not have any political freedom or…

From Subjects to Citizens

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.”

SPPD Panel on City of Bell Scandal (photos)

Lessons of Bell: Governance Reform, Accountability & Transparency by Bedrosian CenterOctober 4, 2010 Share this post share on Twitter share on Facebook Bedrosian Center / SoCal ASPA forum series October 4, 2010 11:45am to 11:59pm University Park Campus University Club (FAC) The LA Times reporters who broke the story about the Bell scandal, a USC…