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Beryl A. Radin is a member of the faculty at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute of Georgetown University in Washington, DC. An elected member of the National Academy of Public Administration, she was the Managing Editor of the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory from 2000 to 2005. She is the Editor of the Georgetown University Press book series, Public Management and Change. Her government service included two years as a Special Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Management and Budget of the US Department of Health and Human Services and other agencies.
Professor Radin has written a number of books and articles on public policy and public management issues. Much of her work has focused on policy analysis, intergovernmental relationships and federal management change. Her most recent books are the second edition of her book on policy analysis, Policy Analysis Reaches Midlife Federal Management Reform In a World of Contradictions, both published by Georgetown University Press She has published nine other books and a wide range of articles.
Dr. Radin has been a past president of the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management and has been active in the public administration section of the American Political Science Association and the Public Management Research Association. She received the John Gaus award from the American Political Science Association in 2012 and the H. George Frederickson Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Public Management Research Association in 2009. She was the recipient of the 2002 Donald Stone Award given by the American Society for Public Administration’s section on intergovernmental management to recognize a scholar’s distinguished record. She was a senior Fulbright lecturer in India and has continued research in that country; she has also been involved in teaching and research in Hong Kong, Israel, Azerbaijan and Australia.
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