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Robin Marshall Bittick, PhD.

Title: Assistant Professor, Public Administration

Department: Public Administration and Public Policy

Office: SBS D-316
Phone Extension: x2102
Email Username: rbittick

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Publications

  • "Institutional Credibility: Public Administrators and Costs of Transacting Business", Review of Business Research, IV(1), pp. 74-83, 2004.


 

Peer-Reviewed Proceedings

  • "Institutional Credibility: Connecting Ethical Public Administration with a Nation's Institutional Environment", International Business Trends: Contemporary Readings, Month 10, pp. 61-68, 2004.
  • "Social Equity and Property Rights: Bringing Locke Back Into The Debate", International Business Trends: Contemporary Readings, Month 10, pp. 347-353, 2004.
  • "The Squeaky Wheel Approach to Teaching Ethics: Learning from Letters of Ethical Complaint", Public Integrity, 6(3), pp. 249-262, coauthor(s): Carole L. Jurkiewicz and Robert A. Giacalone, 2004.


 

Selected Presentations

  • Institutional Credibility: Connecting Ethical Public Administration with a Nation's Institutional Environment, 2004 International Conference of the Academy of Business Administration, London, England, 2004
  • Institutional Credibility: Public Administrators and Costs of Transacting Business, International Academy of Business and Economics 2004 Annual Conference, Public Administration Track, Las Vegas, Nevada USA, 2004
  • Social Equity and Property Rights: Bringing Locke Back Into The Debate, 2004 International Conference of the Academy of Business Administration, London, England, 2004
  • Realism, Liberalism, And Christian Stewardship: John Locke and International Relations Theory, Christians in Political Science, Point Loma Nazarene University, Point Loma, CA, 2001
  • Property Rights, Not Elections: Institutional Credibility and the Democratic Peace, International Studies Association, Chicago, Illinois., 2001
  • Institutional Credibility: An International and Comparative Indicator of Public Ethics, American Society for Public Administration, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, 2001


 

Awards and Honors

  • 2004 Section Newsletter Award - Editor, Ethics Today, American Society for Public Administration, 2004
  • The PA Times Best Article Award, The American Society for Public Administration, 2003
  • 2003 Section Newsletter Award - Editor, Ethics Today, The American Society for Public Administration, 2003


 

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