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.
|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|