Dr. Prier has focused his research on the recent changes in outsourcing and public contracting in both the private and public sectors. His current research agenda examines the intersection of political economy, organization theory, supply chain management, and the social and institutional barriers to enhancing accountability and good governance in public procurement.
||Prier, Eric, and Csaba CsÃ¡ki. 2010. "A Decision-making Framework to Analyze the Impact of Public Procurement Regulatory Policy." Towards New Horizons in Public Procurement. Khi V. Thai, ed. Boca Raton, FL: PrAcadmics Press. pp. 412-440. |
||Co-author with seven other contributors. 2010. "The Public Procurement Dictionary of Terms: The Comprehensive Reference for Public Purchasing Terms and Concepts." National Institute of Governmental Purchasing, Inc: Herndon, VA.|
||Prier, Eric, Clifford P. McCue, and Ravi Behara. 2010. "The Value of Certification in Public Procurement: The Birth of a Profession?" Journal of Public Procurement 10 (4): 512-540.|
Comparative Public Policy
Policy Process Theory
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT