Research focuses on history of public administration theory and practice, constitutional/legal foundations, public personnel policy, public ethics, and financial/economic governance and regulation.
- Bachelor of Arts, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISO
- Master - Public Administration, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOUL
- Doctor of Philosophy, VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
Richard Green is Professor of Public Adminstration and Political Science at the University of Utah. He writes and teaches on the history and theory of public administration, emphasizing the nexus between constitutionalism, public ethics, law and administration. He is author of Alexander Hamilton's Public Administration, co-author of Foundations of Public Administration, 2nd ed, and has authored many journal articles and book chapters in the field.
Professor Green teaches in the University of Utah MPA Program. His research focuses mainly on public administrative theory and practice in historical perspective. His work addresses (1) the nexus between constitutionalism, law and administration; (2) the evolution of administrative ideas and practices; (3) the evolution of public personnel policy, professionalism, and human resources practices, and (4) the influence of economic ideas and practices on public administration. Recent work has focused on the failure of governance leading to the 2007-8 financial crisis, and on the decline of public ethics in the current entrepreneurial era. His current project is a book on Alexander Hamilton’s theory of public administration.
Richard T Green, "Alexander Hamilton's Public Administration," Unversity of Alabama Press. Released March/April 2019