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Leonard D. White Award Recipients

Year

Author

Dissertation

Submitted by

2018

Jennifer Mei Jun Yim

Delinquency's Treatment: Why Interactions Produce Policy and Identity in Secure Juvenile Facilities

University of Utah

2017

Alan Zarychta

It Takes More Than a Village: Governance and Public Services in Developing Countries

University of Colorado at Boulder

2016

Bruce Jones

An fMRI Study of the Reward Preferences of Government and Business Leaders

University of Texas, Dallas

2015

Katharine Bradley

Who Lobbies the Lobbyists? Bureaucratic Influence on State Medicaid Legislation

University of Michigan

2014

Viridiana Rios Contreras
 

How Government Structure Encourages Criminal Violence: The Causes of Mexico's Drug War
 

Harvard University
 

2013

Deondra E. Rose

The Development of U.S. Higher Education Policy and its Impact on the Gender Dynamics of American Citizenship
 

Cornell University

2012

Quinn W. Mulroy

Public Regulation through Private Litigation: The Regulatory Power of Private Lawsuits and the American Bureaucracy
 

Columbia University

2011

Amanda M. Girth

Accountability and Discretion in the Age of Contracting: When and Why Do Public Managers Implement Sanctions for Unsatisfactory Contract Performance?
 

American University

2010

Mikhail Pryadilnikov

The State and Markets in Russia: Understanding the Development of Bureaucratic Implementation Capacities through the Study of Regulatory Reform, 2001-2008
 

Harvard University

2009

Zachary Oberfield

Becoming the Man: How Street-Level Bureaucrats Develop Their Workplace Identities and Views

University of Wisconsin, Madison

2008

Matthew Dull

The Politics of Results: Comprehensive Reform and Institutional Choice

University of Wisconsin
 

2007

Daniel W. Gingerich

Corruption in General Equilibrium: Political Institutions and Bureaucratic Performance in South America
 

Harvard University

2006

David Pitts

Diversity, Representation and Performance: Evidence about Ethnicity in Public Organizations
 

University of Georgia



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