Professor, Political Science Department
Interim Director, Public Affairs Programs unit, CSBS, College of Social and Behavioral Science
- Richard Green (2018). Hamilton's Public Administration. University of Alabama Press.
- Shaohua Lei & Richard Green (2017). “Sublimating Contentious Chinese Politics into Local Public Administration: A Polity-Centered Analysis of Authoritarian Governance and Administrative Responsibility.”. Public Integrity. Vol. 19, Issue 6, 624-642.
- "Ethics Exemplar: John A. Rohr’s Contributions to the Field of Public Administration.” in Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer, Fall 2016. (peer reviewed, 9832 words).
- Green, Richard T. 2014. “Institutional History and New Public Governance,” in Cook, Brian J. & Morgan, Douglas F. The New Public Governance: A Regime Perspective. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe.
- “Fulfilling John Rohr’s Challenge: Toward a Theory of Regime Values for Local Governance”, with Douglas F. Morgan, Portland State University. Administration & Society Volume 46 Issue 2 March 2014 pp. 190 - 198.
- Review of Louis Michael Seidman. On Constitutional Disobedience. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013, for Public Integrity, Winter 2013-14, Vol 16, No.1: 99-103.
- 2nd Edition of Foundations of Public Service (with Douglas F. Morgan, Craig W. Shinn, Kent S. Robinson. New York: M.E. Sharpe. March 2013. I contributed a new introductory chapter to this 2nd edition, plus did substantial editing and new work on chapters in which I was the primary author. I participated in editing all other chapters.
- “The Centrality of Public Morality in John Rohr’s Work,” Administrative Theory & Praxis Journal, , December 2012, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 629-34..
- “Public Administration's Role in the Financial Crisis: How Do We Move Forward, or Should We? Reactions and Response to Potter, Khademian, and Lynn” Administration & Society Vol 44 Issue 6, September 2012 pp. 766 - 775. Online home page DOI:10.1177/0095399712466448 (Note: This short article (9 pages) presents my responses to three scholars who reviewed and responded to my article, “Plutocracy, Bureaucracy, and the End of Public Trust.” Both were published in the Disputatio Sine Fine section of the journal, a section that is designed to feature timely articles that are likely to stimulate scholarly debate in the field. As such, these articles are not peer reviewed in the traditional manner, but are instead published for their timeliness and subjected to public review and debate.
- 2nd Edition of Foundations of Public Service. New York: M.E. Sharpe. March 2013. I contributed a new introductory chapter to this 2nd edition, plus did substantial editing and new work on most existing chapters.
- “Plutocracy, Bureaucracy, and the End of Public Trust,” Feature article in “Disputatio Sine Fine” section of Administration & Society. Vol 44 (January) 2012: 109-43. (Note: The editor of A&S, Gary Wamsley, reviewed this article and liked it so much, and thought it so timely, that he contacted me to ask if I would consider it for publication in the Disputatio Sine Fine section of the journal. That section is not peer reviewed in the traditional manner, but is rather subjected to public responses from scholars in the relevant fields who are invited by the editor to join a scholarly debate. Given the timely nature of my article, I accepted the invitation.).
- Review of Richard B. Vernier, ed. The Revolutionary Writings of Alexander Hamilton, Edited and with an Introduction by Richard B.Vernier, with Forward by Joyce O. Appleby. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2008, for Public Administration Review, 2009.
- "Making the Constitution Relevant to Local Governments, Special Districts, and Authorities.” with Douglas F. Morgan Annual Conference of the American Society of Public Administration. Washington, D.C. March 2014.
- Plenary panel: "Transforming Intellectual Discourse: John Rohr & The Constitutional Development of Public Administration."
Presented: "John Rohr's Contributions to Public Administration Theory, Where do We Go From Here?" Co-presenter with Douglas F. Morgan, Portland Sate University.
Invited and Sponsored "Symposium Celebrating the Ideas and Contributions of John A. Rohr To the Development of Great Thought in Public Administration. American University, Washington, D.C. October 26-27, 2012.
- Panel Presenter: “On the Legacy of John A. Rohr to the Literature on Public Administration Theory and Ethics.” In Memoriam. Annual Conference of the American Society of Public Administration. Las Vegas, NV, March 2012.
- Panel chair for one plenary session and one panel session on “Leadership & Performance Management,” at 2nd International Conference on Government Performance Management and Leadership. Portland State University. October 1-2, 2011.
- Panel Presenter, “Plutocracy, Bureaucracy, and the End of Public Trust.” Invited Symposium on Public Service Leadership in a Globalized World, in honor of Douglas F. Morgan. Portland State University. September 29-30, 2011.