Jeremy L. Hall

University of Central Florida
School of Public Administration

HPA 2, room 238
4364 Scorpius St.
Orlando, FL
USA
33817
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Jeremy L. Hall is Professor of Public Administration and MPA Director at the University of Central Florida. Hall currently serves as Co-Editor-in-Chief of Public Administration Review. An active ASPA member, Hall chaired the program committee for the 2016 ASPA annual conference in Seattle, Washington. He serves or has served on the editorial boards of The Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Public Administration Review and Public Performance & Management Review. His research appears in key academic journals including: The Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Public Administration Review, American Review of Public Administration, Economic Development Quarterly, Public Performance & Management Review, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, Policy Studies Journal, the Journal of Public Affairs Education and others. He joined Ted Poister and Maria Aristigueta as a coauthor of the revised edition of the seminal text on performance management: Managing and Measuring Performance in Public and Nonprofit Organizations: An Integrated Approach, to be published by Jossey-Bass/Wiley in late 2014. His 2010 book (Grant Management: Funding for Public and Nonprofit Programs) is the first to examine grant writing and grant management from a Public Administration perspective. Hall's research focuses at the nexus of public sector performance, public policy processes, and intergovernmental relations, often addressing questions of performance management and evidence based practice.

Citation:
Hall, Jeremy L. 2008. "Moderating Local Capacity: Exploring the E.O. 12372's Intergovernmental Review Effects on Federal Grant Awards." Policy Studies Journal 36 (4): 593-613.
Citation:
Jeremy L. Hall. 2010. "Giving and Taking Away: Exploring Federal Grants' Differential Burden on Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Regions." Publius, the Journal of Federalism 40 (2): 257-274.
Citation:
Hall, Jeremy L., and Edward T. Jennings, Jr. 2008. "Taking Chances: Evaluating Risk as a Guide to Better Use of Best Practices." Public Administration Review 68 (4): 695-708.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy SECONDARY
Governance PRIMARY
Science and Technology Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation

Keywords

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS