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Public Administration and the Spatial Web

Public Administration and the Spatial Web

Understanding and preparing for the new Web 3.0 world will be a great challenge for public administration in the next few decades of the 21st Century.…

Life? There’s a Pill for That

Life? There’s a Pill for That

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, pre-menstrual syndrome, panic disorder, chronic fatigue syndrome alcoholism, addiction, obesity, anxiety. None of these were in existence as named medical conditions a few generations ago. Are…

The Politicization of Securing Elections

The Politicization of Securing Elections

The political system is a mess. One would think that securing elections would be a slam-dunk for all officials actually to agree on, yet the fight continues with little resolution.…

“On The Road Again,” With Electronic Tolls

“On The Road Again,” With Electronic Tolls

With the near depletion of the Federal Highway Fund, and in the absence of Congress acting to increase the federal gas tax, tolls have become an important source of new…

Application of Blockchain in Health Care—Is There a Killer Application?

Application of Blockchain in Health Care—Is There a Killer Application?

In continuing the journey on blockchain and healthcare, the question arises: Where does it make sense to get started on an application of this technology in business? What is the…

Fiscal Decentralization to Local Governments

Fiscal Decentralization to Local Governments

Over the last three decades many developed, transitional and developing countries have opted for decentralized local governments, triggering decentralization reforms. After three decades of implementation, continued arguments remain on both…

Chaos and Confusion: The Erosion of Administrative Capacity in Wisconsin

Chaos and Confusion: The Erosion of Administrative Capacity in Wisconsin

What does the deconstruction of the administrative state actually look like in practice? What are the governing consequences of efforts to reduce bureaucratic authority? The case of Wisconsin provides an…

Existing Biases in Public-Nonprofit Contractual Arrangements: Rising Risks for Emerging Nonprofit Organizations

Existing Biases in Public-Nonprofit Contractual Arrangements: Rising Risks for Emerging Nonprofit Organizations

Governments tend to depend on previous partnerships with selected nonprofits when determining partnerships or funding. Yet a considerable number of emerging and local nonprofits who have pressing needs, capacities and…

Reentry Programs from Both A Criminal Justice and Public Policy Perspective

Reentry Programs from Both A Criminal Justice and Public Policy Perspective

The vast majority of inmates at some point or another will be paroled and become members of the community once again. It is important that they function appropriately and become…

City Revenues and State Laws

City Revenues and State Laws

The goal of our nation’s state governments should be to provide revenue options for their municipal governments so that cities have the option of decreasing reliance on property taxes. Such…

Illinois CTA (Collaboration + Transformation = Awareness) Plan

Illinois CTA (Collaboration + Transformation = Awareness) Plan

Are we combating the opioid epidemic effectively? The problem may be the lack of interoperability leveraging technology, accountability for grant funding and a need to develop a public nation-wide neighborhood…

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