Judicializing the Administrative State: The Rise of the Independent Regulatory Commissions in the United States, 1883-1937
The Data Economy: Implications from Singapore
The Politics of Fracking: Regulatory Policy and Local Community Responses to Environmental Concerns
Contextualizing Compliance in the Public Sector: Individual Motivations, Social Processes, and Institutional Design
Community Development and Public Administration Theory: Promoting Democratic Principles to Improve Communities
Administrative Ethics and Executive Decisions: Channeling and Containing Administrative Discretion
Anticipatory Policymaking: When Government Acts to Prevent Problems and Why It Is So Difficult
John C. Morris, Martin K. Mayer, Robert C. Kenter, Luisa M. Lucero
June 25, 2019
After a great deal of discussion and debate across all levels of government, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law in March 2010. Since President Trump's election into office, the ACA has stayed in the headlines. Trump has continued to call for the replacement and repeal of...
May 15, 2019
A basic feature of the modern US administrative state taken for granted by legal scholars but neglected by political scientists and historians is its strong judiciality. Formal, or court-like, adjudication was the primary method of first-order agency policy making during the first half of the...
Ian Scott, Ting Gong
November 20, 2018
This book analyses central questions in the continuing debate about success factors in corruption prevention and the efficacy and value of anti-corruption agencies (ACAs). How do ACAs become valued within a polity? What challenges must they overcome? What conditions account for their success and...
Sree Kumar, Warren B. Chik, See-Kiong Ng, Sin Gee Teo
October 09, 2018
"The data economy" is a term used by many, but properly understood by few. Even more so the concept of "big data". Both terms embody the notion of a digital world in which many transactions and data flows animate a virtual space. This is the unseen world in which technology has become the master,...
Sarmistha R. Majumdar
September 13, 2018
Over the last decade, the oil and gas industry has garnered a lot of support from the United States federal and state governments in the name of energy independence and economic prosperity. More specifically, hydraulic fracturing or fracking is said to not only make the production of affordable...
Saba Siddiki, Salvador Espinosa, Tanya Heikkila
July 10, 2018
Studying compliance to uncover whether compliance is occurring, and what motivates it, is central to the broader study of governance. Contextualizing Compliance in the Public Sector: Individual Motivations, Social Processes and Institutional Design develops an interdisciplinary approach for...
Ashley E. Nickels, Jason D. Rivera
April 18, 2018
The concept of community development is often misunderstood, holding different meanings across different academic disciplines. Moreover, the concept of community development has been historically abstracted, not only in the way the concept has been conceptualized in academic studies, but also by...
Anna A. Amirkhanyan, Kristina T. Lambright
December 05, 2017
Citizen Participation in the Age of Contracting is based on a simple premise: in democracies, power originates with citizens. While citizen participation in government remains a central tenet of democracy, public service delivery structures are considerably more complex today than they were fifty...
John C. Morris, Katrina Miller-Stevens
October 23, 2017
The term collaboration is widely used but not clearly understood or operationalized. However, collaboration is playing an increasingly important role between and across public, nonprofit, and for-profit sectors. Collaboration has become a hallmark in both intragovernmental and intergovernmental...
Chad B. Newswander
October 02, 2017
As first responders to public problems, administrators must survey situations, identify solutions, and occasionally make executive decisions that are binding upon the government as a whole. The ability for administrators to assert claims that orient the government in a particular direction is not...
Rob A. DeLeo
June 16, 2017
Public policy analysts and political pundits alike tend to describe the policymaking process as a reactive sequence in which government develops solutions for clearly evident and identifiable problems. While this depiction holds true in many cases, it fails to account for instances in which public...
Rebecca H. Padot
November 16, 2016
Government-by-proxy and intergovernmental relations profoundly affect the public administration of foster care. Using examples from foster care systems in the states of Delaware, Michigan, New York, and Rhode Island, Rebecca Padot eloquently combines a rigorous methodology and theory work to expose...