Earlier this year, SPIA professor Keith Dougherty published an article in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization about how stopping rules for committees affect the outcomes of committee voting.
This summer, UGA’s Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) hosted a group of government officials representing India, Pakistan, and China for their annual Export Control Fellows Program (previously called
Dhanakorn Mulaphong, a PhD Candidate in Public Administration and Policy, wins a 2018 Best Reviewer Award conferred by the Public and Nonprofit (PNP) Division of the Academy of Management (AOM).
Congratulations to Dr. Hal Rainey on winning the 2018 Keith G. Provan Award at the Academy of Management conference. You can read more about the Provan Award here: https://aom.org/Publications/Newsletter/Stories/2016/January/Invitation-for-Nominations—Keith-Provan-Award.aspx
Dr. Lihi Ben Shitrit’s first book “Righteous Transgressions: Women’s Activism on the Israeli and Palestinian Religious Right” was published by Princeton University Press in 2015. Although it was a monumental
Dr. Rongbin Han’s recent book, “Contesting Cyberspace in China” discusses how although the internet has allowed citizens in some countries to fight authoritarian control, China’s government has found ways to