Administrative Theory & Praxis - Outstanding Article Award

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Outstanding Article Award

Administrative Theory & Praxis

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About the prize

Administrative Theory & Praxis is launching its Outstanding Article award to recognize research published that advances administrative theory through a unique lens, challenges the field’s norms, and makes a lasting contribution to public administration inquiry and practice.

Awards were selected by the journal editor and the Public Administration Theory Network journal committee. Articles will be set free access for a limited time with the goal of continued discussion about the contributions.

Winning Articles

Year Author Article Volume Issue
2021- Outstanding Dialogue Winner Nadia Rubaii, Kerry Whigham & Susan Appe The public administration imperative of applying an atrocity prevention lens to COVID-19 responses: Leveraging the global pandemic for positive structural change and greater social equity 43 3
2021- Outstanding Dialogue Winner Shilpa Viswanath & Lauren Bock Mullins Gender responsive budgeting and the COVID-19 pandemic response: a feminist standpoint 43 2
2021- Outstanding Dialogue Winner Vanessa M. Fenley Everyday citizenship and COVID-19: “Staying at home” while homeless 43 2
2021- Winner Rosa Castillo Krewson & Christian Matheis Administración pública de nepantla: Transforming public administrators from ‘gatekeepers’ to ‘border crossers’ 43 1
2021- Honorable Mention Nuri Heckler & Ryan Rouse Freedom of speech versus racial justice: Homeplace theory, antiparallelism, and becoming-minor 43 3
2021- Honorable Mention Amy Gould & Kayla Kuboyama Weaponizing traditions: Threads of resistance and oppression 43 2
2021- Best Book Review Megan E. Hatch Mary E. Guy and Sean A. McCandless (Eds.). Achieving Social Equity: From Problems to Solutions. Irvine, CA: Melvin & Leigh, Publishers, 2020. pp. v, 194. 43 4
2020 - Winner Muhammad Azfar Nisar Practitioner as the Imaginary Father of Public Administration: A Psychoanalytic Critique 42 1
2020 - Winner Karolina Kulicka Doing Administration, Doing Gender: Repairing Political Neutrality with a Feminist Toolbox 42 3
2020 - Outstanding Dialogue Winner Andrew F. Johnson, Wendi Pollock & Beth Rauhaus Mass casualty event scenarios and political shifts: 2020 election outcomes and the U.S. COVID-19 pandemic 42 2
2020 - Outstanding Dialogue Winner David Oliver Kasdan & Jesse W. Campbell Dataveillant Collectivism and the Coronavirus in Korea: Values, Biases, and Socio-Cultural Foundations of Containment Efforts 42 4

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