2013 - John Gaus Award, American Political Science Association (APSA)
Fellow of The National Academy of Public Administration
His primary areas of study are Public administration, Government, Public opinion, Public policy and Corporate governance. His work on Public management as part of general Public administration research is often related to Sustainability, thus linking different fields of science. His Government research incorporates themes from Multinational corporation and State.
Robert F. Durant combines subjects such as Public trust, Technocracy, Opposition, Eurobarometer and Risk management with his study of Public opinion. Robert F. Durant has researched Public policy in several fields, including Dissent, Environmental studies, Environmental justice and Environmental governance. His studies deal with areas such as Natural resource, Natural resource management and Public relations as well as Corporate governance.
His primary areas of investigation include Public administration, Politics, Bureaucracy, Presidency and Government. His work carried out in the field of Public administration brings together such families of science as Public relations, State, Public policy, National security and Democracy. His State research includes themes of Argument and Normative.
His Politics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Natural resource, Political economy, Public finance, Agency and Human resource management. His Presidency study combines topics in areas such as Management and Presidential system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Administration and Public opinion in addition to Government.
Robert F. Durant focuses on Public administration, Democracy, Administration, Politics and Bureaucracy. His study deals with a combination of Public administration and Nexus. The concepts of his Democracy study are interwoven with issues in Policy studies, Public policy, State and Public service.
His study looks at the intersection of Administration and topics like Scholarship with Collaborative governance, Argument, Human resource management, Presidential system and Big government. His research integrates issues of Religiosity, Capacity building, Special Interest Group and Public finance in his study of Politics. His Government research integrates issues from Policy analysis and Public management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public administration, Politics, Bureaucracy, Government and Administration. His study in Public administration focuses on Public service in particular. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rationality and Accountability.
His studies in Administration integrate themes in fields like Argument, Collaborative governance, Democracy and Scholarship. The State study combines topics in areas such as Public management, Public institution and Scope. His Capacity building study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Special Interest Group and Pluralism.
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Motivating Employees in a New Governance Era: The Performance Paradigm Revisited
Robert F. Durant;Robert Kramer;James L. Perry;Debra Mesch.
Public Administration Review (2006)
Is Public Management Neglecting the State
Brint Milward;Laura Jensen;Alasdair Roberts;Mauricio I. Dussauge-Laguna.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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