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Organized Section 6: Best Article Award

Public Administration Section Award Recipients 

Best Article Award
The Best Article Award recognizes the best article published in the American Review of Public Administration.

  
2014 Amy Erica Smith PhD, University of Massachusetts-Boston
"Some Ceilings Have More Cracks: Representative Bureaucracy in Federal Regulatory Agencies." ARPA 43, January 2013, 26-49
2014 Karen Monaghan, University of Massachusetts-Boston
"Some Ceilings Have More Cracks: Representative Bureaucracy in Federal Regulatory Agencies." ARPA 43, January, 2013, 26-49
2012 Maria Binz-Scharf, CUNY-City College of New York
"Searching for Answers: Networks of Practice Among Public Administrators" (The American Review of Public Administration March 2012 42: 202-225)
2012 David Lazer, Northeastern University
"Searching for Answers: Networks of Practice Among Public Administrators" (The American Review of Public Administration March 2012 42: 202-225)
2012 Ines Mergel, Syracuse University
"Searching for Answers: Networks of Practice Among Public Administrators" (The American Review of Public Administration March 2012 42: 202-225)
2011 Terry Cooper, University of Southern California
"Building Ethical Community" (The American Review of Public Administration, 41(1), p. 3-22)
2011 Eva Sorensen, Roskilde University
"Emerging Theoretical Understanding of Pluricentric Coordination in Public Governance" (The American Review of Public Administration, 41(4), p. 375-394)
2010 Jerrell Coggburn, North Carolina State University
"From Merit to Employment At Will: A Comparative Analysis of Civil Service Reform in the American States" (American Review of Public Administration, 40(2): 189-208)
2010 Paul Battaglio, University of Texas at Dallas
"From Merit to Employment At Will: A Comparative Analysis of Civil Service Reform in the American States" (American Review of Public Administration, 40(2): 189-208)
2010 James Bowman, Florida State University
"From Merit to Employment At Will: A Comparative Analysis of Civil Service Reform in the American States" (American Review of Public Administration, 40(2): 189-208)
2010 Stephen Condrey, University of Georgia
"From Merit to Employment At Will: A Comparative Analysis of Civil Service Reform in the American States" (American Review of Public Administration, 40(2): 189-208)
2010 Jonathan West, University of Miami
"From Merit to Employment At Will: A Comparative Analysis of Civil Service Reform in the American States" (American Review of Public Administration, 40(2): 189-208)
2010 Doug Goodman, University of Texas at Dallas
"From Merit to Employment At Will: A Comparative Analysis of Civil Service Reform in the American States" (American Review of Public Administration, 40(2): 189-208)
2006 Suzanne Piotrowski, Rutgers University, Newark
"Outsourcing the Constitution and Administrative Law Norms"
2006 David Rosenbloom, American University
"Outsourcing the Constitution and Administrative Law Norms"
2003 Gregory Saxton, SUNY-Brockport
"Fiscal Constraints and the Loss of Home-Rule"
2003 Chris Haney
"Fiscal Constraints and the Loss of Home-Rule"
2003 Steven Erie, University of California-San Diego
"Fiscal Constraints and the Loss of Home-Rule"
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