My article “Bearing the White Man’s Burden: American Empire and the Origin of Public Administration” has been selected as joint runner-up for the 2021 Riccucci-O’Leary Award. The award is given annually for the best article on diversity, broadly defined, published in JPART or PPMG. Details here.
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I’ve just published an article in Wilson Quarterly, “The Hundred Day Mistake.” Read it here. Lede: “Is an FDR-style legislative blitz the best way forward in our present crisis?” The article is also referenced in the New York Times. Previous articles in Wilson Quarterly include “The WikiLeaks Illusion” (2010) and “The Nation-State: Not Dead Yet” (2015).
I’ve written a short comment for Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, “How to bridge East and West.” Manuscript here. Abstract: Today, the field of public administration has two problems that can be fixed with one solution. The first problem is fixation on a limited set of “middle-level” topics in public administration. The second problem is a bias toward scholarship generated within a very small number of Western democracies. We can fix both problems by adopting an approach to scholarship that focuses on the macro-level of public administration — that is, on questions of grand strategy and statebuilding.
My article “A neglected subject: Grand politics and public administration” has just been published by the International Journal of Policy Studies. Download here.
My article “The third and fatal shock: How pandemic killed the millennial paradigm,” is now published in Public Administration Review.