Anne Khademian

Anne Khademian

Anne Khademian

June 2009 – present
Professor, Center for Public Administration & Policy, School of Public and International Affairs, VT

Aug 2004–June 2009
Associate Professor, Center for Public Administration & Policy, School of Public and International Affairs, VT

Aug 2003–July 2004
Visiting Associate Professor, Center for Public Administration & Policy, School of Public and International Affairs, VT

Jan 2003–May 2003
Lecturer, Fels Institute of Government, University of Pennsylvania

Jan 2001–May 2001
Visiting Senior Fellow, Robert A. Fox Leadership Program, University of Pennsylvania

Sept 1996-June 1998
Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, School of Public Policy, University of Michigan

Sept 1996-June 1997
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Robert La Follette Institute of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin

Sept 1990-Aug 1996
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Robert La Follette Institute of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin

Aug 1989-Aug 1990
Research Fellow, Governmental Studies, The Brookings Institution
Director, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg and Alexandria, Virginia, August 2011 to present.
Responsibilities include recruiting, supporting and retaining members of the faculty, building and developing a strong administrative team and internal processes, supporting inclusive program and School governance, building relationships to enhance the educational, research and outreach impact of the School, developing and supporting innovative programs in support of the scholarly and creative activities of the students and faculty, reviewing and supporting facilities enhancement, and developing a strategy for enhancing the long term resources and impact of the School.

Program Director (Alexandria) and Associate Chair, Center for Public Administration and Policy, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech, Alexandria, Virginia, May 2007 to August 2011.
Responsibilities included recruiting students to the MPA and doctoral programs in Alexandria, recruiting adjunct and affiliated faculty, scheduling and coordination with the Blacksburg campus, reporting to the graduate school, developing events and programing to enhance student and faculty opportunities.
Ph.D., Political Science, Washington University, 1989
M.P.A., Michigan State University, 1985
B.A. cum laude, Political Science, Michigan State University, 1983
Working With Culture:  How the Job Gets Done in Public Programs. Washington, DC:  CQ Press (2002).

Checking on Banks: Autonomy and Accountability in Three Federal Agencies. Washington, DC:  The Brookings Institution (1996).

The SEC and Capital Market Regulation:  The Politics of Expertise Pittsburgh, PA:  University of Pittsburgh Press (1992).
“Leadership through Culture Change.” 2010. By Anne M. Khademian. Chapter for Handbook on Public Administration, Robert Durant (ed.). Oxford University Press.

“Hurricane Katrina and the Failure of Homeland Security.” 2009. By Anne M. Khademian. Chapter for Judging Bush, Robert Maranto, et al (eds.). Stanford University Press.

“There’s no security unless everyone is secure”: The United States Coast Guard and a Port Security Network of Shared Responsibility.” 2009. By Anne M. Khademian and William Berberich. In Unlocking the Power of Networks: Keys to High Performance Government, Stephen Goldsmith and Donald Kettl (eds). The Brookings Institution.

“The Presidency-Bureaucracy Nexus: Examining Competence and Responsiveness.” 2009. By Anne M. Khademian.  In the Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency,edited by George Edwards and William Howell.

With Martha Feldman, “The Continuous Process of Policy Formation,” pp. 37- 60 in K. Ahmed and E. Sanchez-Triana (eds.), Strategic Environmental Assessment for Policies: An Instrument for Good Governance. Washington DC: The World Bank (2008).

“Homeland (In)Security.”  In Robert Moranto (ed.), The Second Term of George W. Bush:  Prospects and Perils.  Palgrave (2006).

“The Politics of Homeland Security.” In David Kamien (ed.) The McGraw-Hill Handbook of Homeland Security.  McGraw-Hill (2005).

“Strengthening State and Local Government Terrorism Prevention and Response.”  In Donald F. Kettl (ed.) The Department of Homeland Security’s First Year:  A Report Card.  New York:  The Century Foundation (2004).

With Martha Feldman, “Empowerment and Cascading Vitality.”  In Kim S. Cameron, Jane E. Dutton, and Robert E. Quinn (eds.) Positive Organizational Scholarship.  San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers (2003).

“Is Silly Putty Manageable?  Looking for the Links Between Culture, Management and Context.”   In Jeffrey Brudney, Laurence O’Toole, Jr., and Hal Rainey (eds.) Advancing Public Management:  New Developments in Theory, Methods, and Practice.   Georgetown University Press (2000).

“Securities Market Regulation and Investor Protection,” in Kenneth Meier and Thomas Garman (eds.) Regulation and Consumer Protection, 3rd ed.  Dame Publications (1998).

“The SEC” and “The FDIC”, in The Historical Guide to American Government.  Oxford University Press (1998).

“Building Better Bridges:  Developing Effective Relations with Legislatures.”  In James Perry’s (ed.), Handbook of Public Administration, 2nd ed., Jossey Bass (1996).
“The Financial Crisis: A Retrospective.” 2011. By Anne M. Khademian.  Public Administration Review 71 (6): 841 – 849.

“Federalist 71: Does Duration In Office Provide Vigilant Autonomy In The Regulatory Process?” 2011. By Anne M. Khademian. Public Administration Review 71 (Supplement1): s135 – s 142. Special issue on the Federalist Papers, edited by Paul Light.

“Organizing in the Future: Pursuing Purposefulness for Flexible Accountability.” 2010. By Anne M. Khademian.  Public Administration Review, Special Issue, “Public Organizations of the Future”: S167 – S169.

“Culture Change Refined and Revitalized: The Road Show and Guides for Pragmatic Action.” 2010. By Jim Hartmann and Anne M. Khademian. Public Administration Review (November/December): 845 – 856.

“Bankruptcies, Bailouts and the Banking Bureaucracy: The Bush Agenda and the Capacity for Crisis.” 2012. By Anne M. Khademian.  The Forum 7 (4): article 5.

“Federal Reserve Board Chairman Benjamin Bernanke: The Evolution of a Radicalized Pracademic.” 2010. By Anne M. Khademian.  Public Administration Review 70 (1): 142 – 50.

“A Public Administration Moment: Forging an Agenda for Financial Regulatory Reform.” 2009. By Anne M. Khademian. In, Public Administration Review, A PAR Symposium on the Financial Crisis, Edited by Anne Khademian, July/August: 595-602.

With Feldman, M. S. and K. Quick. 2009. ‘Ways of Knowing, Inclusive Management, and Promoting Democratic Engagement: Introduction to the Special Issue,’ International Public Management Journal, 12(2): 123-136.

With Kronenberg, P. 2009. “Beyond ‘Connecting the Dots’: Toward the Strategic Managing of Organizing,” International Public Management Journal, 12(1): 48-81.

With Weber, E. P. 2008. “Wicked Problems, Knowledge Challenges, and Collaborative Capacity Builders in Network Settings,” Public Administration Review, 68(2): 334-349.

With Weber, E. P. 2008. “Managing Collaborative Processes: Common Practices, Uncommon Circumstances,” Administration and Society, 40(5): 431-464.

Forthcoming. “PAR Symposium on the Financial Crisis,” Public Administration Review.
2009. Forthcoming. “A Public Administration Moment: Forging an Agenda for Financial Regulatory Reform,” Public Administration Review.

With Philip Kronenberg.  “Beyond ‘Connecting the Dots’:  Toward the Strategic Managing of Organizing.” International Public Management Journal 12 (1):  48–81 (2009).

With E. Weber, “Managing Collaborative Processes: Common Practices, Uncommon Circumstances,” Administration and Society, 40: 431-464 (2008).

With E. Weber, “Wicked Problems, Knowledge Challenges, and Collaborative Capacity Builders in Network Settings,” Public Administration Review, 68: 334-349 (2008).

With M. Feldman, “The Role of the Public Manager in Inclusion: Creating Communities of Participation,” Governance, 20(2): 305-324 (2007).

With M. Feldman, H. Ingram, and A. Schneider, “Ways of Knowing and Collaborative Management Tools,” Public Administrative Review, 66(December supplemement): 89-99 (2006).

“The Securities and Exchange Commission:  A Small Regulatory Agency with a Gargantuan Challenge.”  Public Administration Review 62 (5): 515-526 (2002).

With Martha Feldman, “To Manage is to Govern.”  Public Administration Review 62 (5):  541-554 (2002).

With Martha Feldman, “Principles for Public Management Practice:  From Dichotomies to Interdependence.”  Governance 14 (3):  339-362 (2001).

With Martha Feldman, “Management for Inclusion:  Balancing Control with Participation.” International Public Management Journal 3 (2):  149-68 (2000).

With Martha Feldman, “The Class as Case:  Reinventing the Classroom.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 18 (3):  482-503 (1999).

With Edward Weber, “From Agitation to Collaboration:  Clearing the Air through Negotiation.”  Public Administration Review 57 (5): 396-410 (1997).

With Kenneth Mayer, “Bringing Politics Back In:  Defense Policy and the Theoretical Study of Institutions and Processes.”  Public Administration Review 56 (2): 180-190 (1996).

“When Missions Matter:  Professional Priorities and the ‘Step-Child’ of Supervision.”  Governance 8 (1): 26-57 (1995).

“Reinventing a Government Corporation:  Professional Priorities and a Clear Bottom-Line.”  Public Administration Review 55 (1): 17-28 (1995).

“The New Dynamics of Legislating and the Implications for Delegating:  What’s to be Expected on the Receiving End?”  Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 5 (1): 19-44 (1995).