My paper “Shaking Hands with Hitler: The Politics-Administration Dichotomy and Engagement with Fascism” is now forthcoming in Public Administration Review. A draft is available on SSRN. Image right: Site of the 1936 IULA conference: Kroll Opera House, Berlin.
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I discussed my recent article in Perspectives on Public Management and Governance with Justin Bullock and Nathan Favreau as part of their new series of Facebook interviews. Video here. Link to the article: The Aims of Public Administration: Reviving the Classical View.
My article “The Aims of Public Administration: Reviving the Classical View” has just been published in Perspectives on Public Management and Governance. Free access here.
My article, “No Simple Fix: Fiscal Rules and the Politics of Austerity,” has now been published by the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies.
It is a sad truth that the field of American public administration does not enjoy the respect among the public that it did two generations ago. This is partly a self-inflicted wound. Scholars in public administration have made choices that have undercut the public’s interest in the work they do. Read more
The following comment was published in the May 2-8 2014 issue of The New Statesman, as part of a supplement produced by the Webb Memorial Trust. Download as PDF.
It’s been three years since the magazine Adbusters sent out the tweet that triggered the Occupy movement: “On Sept. 17, flood into lower Manhattan, set up tents, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street.” By late 2011, many Occupiers were convinced that the new movement would change the world. Some called it “one of the most significant and hopeful events of our lifetimes.” Today, however, optimism about the Occupy movement has faded away. Why did it lose steam so quickly? Read more