Maxwell School

David Van Slyke

Louis A. Bantle Chair in Business and Government Policy

DVS 2014

Contact Information

vanslyke@maxwell.syr.edu

320 Eggers Hall
(315) 443-8840

Curriculum Vitae
David Van Slyke's CV

Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs
Senior Research Associate, Campbell Public Affairs Institute

Degree

Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York, 1999

Specialties

Public and nonprofit management, Government Contracting, Public-Private Partnerships, Policy Implementation, Strategic Management

Personal Website

http://faculty.maxwell.syr.edu/vanslyke/

Courses

 

PAI 712 Public Organizations and Management

PAI 785 Policy Implementation

 

 

Biography

 

David M. Van Slyke is a professor of public administration in the Department of Public Administration at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.  He also serves as a non-resident faculty member in the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands. Dr. Van Slyke is an elected (2010) Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, a recipient of the Birkhead-Burkhead Professorship for Teaching Excellence Award (2006-2010), the 2007 Beryl Radin Award for Best Article published in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, and the 2002 Best Article Award and the 1999 Best Conference Paper Award from the Academy of Management's Public-Nonprofit Division.

At the Maxwell School Dr. Van Slyke teaches the required Public Organizations and Management course, Project Management course for executives, the doctoral course in Organizational Theory, and a course on Policy Implementation. His research and teaching focuses on government contracting, public-private partnerships, government-business relationships, strategic management, policy implementation, and nonprofit management. He has published extensively on these topics in a range of domestic and international journal and practitioner publication outlets.

Dr. Van Slyke’s 2013 book, Complex Contracting: Government Purchasing in the Wake of the US Coast Guard’s Deepwater Program with Professors Trevor Brown and Matthew Potoski, will be published by Cambridge University Press. Perhaps nowhere else does the government fall short of hopes as when it buys big, complex products, such as weapons systems and major infrastructure projects.  This book presents an analytical framework to help government managers understand these contracts’ perils and promise and better achieve their win-win promise.   The management value of this complex contracting framework is richly illustrated through an analysis of the US Coast Guard’s Deepwater program.  

Dr. Van Slyke’s 2010 book, The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective with Professors Rosemary O’Leary and Soonhee Kim, is published by Georgetown University Press. An edited volume, the book contains a wide range of chapter contributions from many of the leading scholars in public administration around the world. Among those endorsing this book, former Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, Mr. Paul Volcker, wrote “We all complain about the ‘bureaucracy,’ and our faith in government seems to erode even as the challenges multiply. The experts contributing to this book – all public administration scholars – know about the problems in all their complexity. Both practitioners and those promoting reforms will benefit from the insights and the different perspectives of the authors.”

Dr. Van Slyke is actively engaged in the work of the Maxwell School’s Executive Education program and works extensively with senior government, NGO, and business leaders in China, India, Peru, Paraguay, Singapore, Thailand, and many other countries. Professor Van Slyke is also actively engaged in executive training and works with a number of national and professional associations, such as the National League of Cities.

Dr. Van Slyke serves on several editorial boards including the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, American Review of Public Administration, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, and the Journal of Public Affairs Education. He served on the Public Management Research Association (PMRA) Board of Directors from 2007-2011 and served as the 2011 PMRA Conference Chair. He also serves on several nonprofit and private boards, and is actively engaged in his professional and local community.

Prior to becoming an academic, Dr. Van Slyke worked in the private sector as a project manager in the commercial infrastructure field, then worked in state government in educational policy, and then for a national nonprofit organization.  He holds a Ph.D.in public administration and policy from The Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy at the University at Albany. 

 

Publications

Books


Brown, Trevor, Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2013). Complex Contracting: Government Purchasing in the Wake of the US Coast Guard's Deepwater Program. London, UK: Cambridge University Press.

O’Leary, Rosemary, David M. Van Slyke, and Soonhee Kim (eds.) (2010). The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.


Articles


1. Lecy, Jesse D. and David M. Van Slyke (2013). “Nonprofit Sector Growth and Density: Testing Theories of Government Support.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 23(1): 189-214.

2. Ashley, Shena R. and David M. Van Slyke (2012). “The Influence of Administrative Cost Ratios on State Government Grant Allocations to Nonprofits.” Public Administration Review, 72(special issue):s47-s55.

3. Britto, Sarah, David M. Van Slyke, and Teresa Francis (2011). “The Role of Fear of Crime in Donating and Volunteering: A Gendered Analysis.” Criminal Justice Review, 36(4): 414-434.

4. Abonyi, George and David M. Van Slyke (2010). “Governing on the Edges: Globalization of Production and the Challenge to Public Administration in the 21st Century.” Public Administration Review, 70(s1):s33-s45.

5. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2010). “Contracting for Complex Products.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 20(s1): 41-58.

6. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2008). “Changing Modes of Service Delivery: How Past Choices Structure Future Choices.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 26: 127-143.

7. Van Slyke, David M., Janet L. Johnson, and Shena R. Ashley (2007). “Nonprofit Performance, Fund-Raising Effectiveness, and Strategies for Engaging African Americans in Philanthropy.” American Review of Public Administration, 37(3):278-305. (Lead Article)

8. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2007). “Trust and Contract Completeness in the Public Sector.” Local Government Studies, 33(4): 607-623.

9. Van Slyke, David M. (2007). “Agents or Stewards: Using Theory to Understand the Government – Nonprofit Social Services Contracting Relationship.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 17(2): 157-187. Winner of the 2007 Beryl Radin Award for Best Article published in JPART. (Lead Article)

10. Van Slyke, David M. and Robert Alexander (2006). “Public Service Leadership: Opportunities for Clarity and Coherence.” American Review of Public Administration, 36(4): 362-373.

11. Van Slyke, David M., and Janet L. Johnson (2006). “Nonprofit Organization Performance and Resource Development Strategies: Exploring the Link Between Individual Volunteering and Giving.” Public Performance and Management Review, 29(4): 467-496.

12. Horne, Christopher S., David M. Van Slyke, and Janet L. Johnson (2006) “Charitable Choice Implementation: What Public Managers Should Know About Public Opinion and the Potential Impact of Government Funding on Private Giving.” International Journal of Public Administration, 23(10-11): 819-836.

13. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2006). “Managing Public Service Contracts: Aligning Values, Institutions, and Markets.” Public Administration Review, 66(3): 323-331.

14. Van Slyke, David M. and Harvey K. Newman (2006). “Venture Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship in Community Redevelopment.” Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 16(3):345-368.

15. Van Slyke, David M. and Arthur C. Brooks (2005) “Why Do People Give? New Evidence and Strategies for Nonprofit and Public Managers.” American Review of Public Administration, 35(3): 199-222. (Lead article).

16. Van Slyke, David M., Christopher S. Horne, and John Clayton Thomas (2005). “The Implications of Public Opinion for Public Managers: The Case of Charitable Choice.” Administration and Society, 37(3): 321-344.

17. Horne, Christopher S., Janet L. Johnson, and David M. Van Slyke (2005) “Do Charitable Donors Know Enough—and Care Enough—for Government Subsidies to Affect Private Giving to Nonprofit Organizations?” Nonprofit Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 34(1): 136-149.

18. Van Slyke, David M. (2005). “Agents or Stewards: How Government Manages its Contracting Relationships with Nonprofit Social Service Providers.” In K. Mark Weaver (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

19. Van Slyke, David M. and Christine H. Roch (2004) “What do They Know, and Whom do They Hold Accountable? Citizens in the Government-Nonprofit Contracting Relationship.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 14(2): 191-209.

20. Van Slyke, David M. and Charles A. Hammonds (2003). “The Privatization Decision: Do Public Managers Make a Difference?” The American Review of Public Administration, 33(2): 146-163.

21. Van Slyke, David M. (2003). “The Mythology of Privatization in Contracting for Social Services.” Public Administration Review, 63(3): 277-296.

22. Poister, Theodore H., and David M. Van Slyke (2002). “Strategic Management Innovations in State Transportation Departments.” Public Performance and Management Review, 26(1): 58-74.

23. Van Slyke, David M. (2002). “The Public Management Challenges of Contracting with Nonprofits for Social Services.” The International Journal of Public Administration, 25(4): 489-518.

24. Faerman, Sue, David P. McCaffrey, and David M. Van Slyke (2001). “Understanding Interorganizational Cooperation: Public-Private Cooperation in Regulating Financial Market Innovation.” Organization Science, 12(3): 372-388. Winner of the 2002 Best Article Award and the 1999 Charles H. Levine Award for Best Conference Paper from the Academy of Management’s Public and Nonprofit Division.


Book Chapters


1. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (Forthcoming). “Managing Public Service Contracts: Aligning Values, Institutions, and Markets.” In Durant, Robert F. ed., “Debating Public Administration: An Academic-Practitioner Exchange.” Routledge, Taylor & Francis Press, New York, NY

2. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2011). “Accountability Challenges in Public Sector Contracting for Complex Products” (pages 42-54). In Accountable Governance: Problems and Promises, H. George Frederickson and Melvin Dubnick (eds.). M.E. Sharpe Publishers.

3. Kim, Soonhee, Rosemary O’Leary, David M. Van Slyke, George Frederickson, and William Harry Lambright (2010). “Introduction: The Legacy of Minnowbrook” (pages 1-16). In The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective, Rosemary O’Leary, David M. Van Slyke, and Soonhee Kim, (eds.). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

4. Van Slyke, David M., Rosemary O’Leary, and Soonhee Kim (2010). “Conclusion: Challenges and Opportunities, Cross-Cutting Themes and Thoughts on the Future of Public Administration” (pages 281-294). In The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective, Rosemary O’Leary, David M. Van Slyke, and Soonhee Kim, (eds.). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

5. Van Slyke, David M. (2010). “Making Public Administration Scholarship Matter” (pages 249-254). In The Future of Public Administration Around the World: The Minnowbrook Perspective, Rosemary O’Leary, David M. Van Slyke, and Soonhee Kim, (eds.). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

6. Van Slyke, David M. (2008). “Collaboration and Relational Contracting.” In O’Leary, R. and Bingham, L.B., ed., The Collaborative Public Manager: New Ideas for the Twenty-first Century, Georgetown University Press.

7. Van Slyke, David M. (2005). “Social Sector Partnerships and Voluntarism: What We Know and Still Need to Learn.” In Gifts of Time in America’s Communities, edited by Arthur C. Brooks. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 109-126.

8. Van Slyke, David M. and Norma M. Riccucci (2003). “The Politicized Administrative Environment of Public Administration in the United States.” In, Krishna K. Tummala (ed.), Comparative Bureaucratic Systems. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 81-96.


Other Professional Publications (non-refereed)


1. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2012). “Government Contracting’s Ills and Cures: Rules and Relationships.” ESADE: Newsletter of the Institute of Public Governance and Management, June 30. Accessed on July 11, 2012 at http://www.esade.edu/public/modules.php?name=news&idnew=747&idissue=63

2. Gazley, Beth and David M. Van Slyke (2011). “The Energy of Minnowbrook III: Editors’ Introduction.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Special Issue Symposium, 21(s1): i7-i12.

3. O’Leary, Rosemary and David M. Van Slyke (2010). “The Future of Public Administration: New Opportunities, Directions, and Strategies for Results” (Editors Introduction). Public Administration Review, Special Issue Symposium, 70 (s1): s5-s11.

4. Van Slyke, David M. and Alasdair Roberts (2009). “A Poorly Designed Solution for a Misdiagnosed Problem.” Disputatio Sine Fine: A Response to John Rohr, Administration and Society, 41(1): 127-129.

5. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2008). “Managing Complex Contracts.” Public Administration Focus, (July/August 14):50-51.

6. Van Slyke, David M. (2008). “How Does Investing Shape Public Management Capacity?” Management Matters, 6(2): 7-8.

7. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (July 2008). “Simple and Complex Contracting.” PA Times, p.4.

8. Van Slyke, David M. and Alasdair Roberts (August 15, 2007). “Good Intentions, Bad Idea: Unlike the military institutes, the public service academy concept is flawed from the start.” Government Executive, 39(14):92-93. See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Public_Service_Academy

9. Ingraham, Patricia W., and David M. Van Slyke (2006). “The Path Ahead for Public Service Leadership.” American Review of Public Administration, 36(4): 392-394.

10. Van Slyke, David M. (2005). Book Review Essay, “Civic Service: What Difference Does It Make?” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 34(3):413-416.

11. Van Slyke, David M., Christopher S. Horne, and Janet L. Johnson (2003). “Attitudes Toward Public Funding for Faith-Based Organizations and the Potential Impact on Private Giving.” Proceedings of the Spring Research Conference, The Roundtable on Religion and Social Welfare Policy, Washington, D.C.

12. Van Slyke, David M. (2004). Book Review Essay, “The Moral Foundations of Trust.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 33(2): 361-364.

13. Van Slyke, David M. (July 2001). Letter to the Editor about the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. PA Times, 24(7), 8.

14. Van Slyke, David M. (April 2001). "Faith-based and Community Initiatives Intended to Expand Services." PA Times, 24(4), 6.

15. Van Slyke, David M. (2001). “Social Services Plan: An Opportunity for Collective Action.” Atlanta Journal Constitution, February 6, A8.

Teaching Appointments

In addition to the Department of Public Administration and International Affairs at Syracuse University, I am also a Non-Resident, Faculty Member, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, University of Maastricht, Maastricht, Netherlands where I teach a winter course on Policy Implementation to approximately 110 students from 40 countries (2008-Present).

Research Projects

Working Papers

1. Brown, Trevor, Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke. “The Diffusion of Joint Service Delivery Practices within Local Governments.”

2. Brown, Trevor, Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke. “The Use of Mixed Alternatives to Direct and Contract Service Delivery.”

3. Lecy, Jesse D. and David M. Van Slyke. “Profiles of Nonprofit Startups and Nonprofit Entrepreneurs.” http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2175676

4. Van Slyke, David M. “The Governance Implications of Risk in Public-Private Partnerships: An International Perspective.”

5. Brown, Trevor, Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke. “Complex Contracting: Addressing Collective Action through Rules, Relationships, and Mutual Understanding.”

6. Lecy, Jesse D. and David M. Van Slyke. “Growth and Vulnerability Among Nonprofit Startups: An Empirical Examination of International NGOs.”

Research Grants and Awards

GRANTS (Refereed unless otherwise noted)

1. Co-Principal Investigator, “Security Sector Partnerships in Post-Conflict States.” Naval Postgraduate School, Office of the Secretary of Defense and Department of the Navy. September 2012-2013. $120,000. Co-Principal Investigator: Nicholas Armstrong.

2. Principal Investigator, “Organizational Transformation through Results Based Management.” Training Proposal to the Ministry of Personnel, Government of India. (Under Review).

3. Co-Principal Investigator, “An Investigation of Nonprofit Start-Ups: Early Stage of Nonprofit Funding, Vulnerability, and Growth.” Funded by the Advancing Knowledge in Human Services Philanthropy and Nonprofit Organizations, Kresge Foundation. September 2011-2013. $20,566. Co-Principal Investigator: Jesse Lecy.

4. Senior Researcher, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the Global Health Advocacy and Policy Project (GHAPP). January 2010 – December 2013. $1,098,461. Jeremy Shiffman, Principal Investigator.

5. Co-Principal Investigator, “Acquiring Complex Products: Lessons from the Coast Guard’s Project Deepwater.” IBM Center for the Business of Government. February – August 2009. $20,000. Co-Principal Investigators: Trevor Brown and Matthew Potoski.

6. Co-Principal Investigator, “Improving Government Procurement: Lessons from the United States Coast Guard’s Deepwater Program.” Naval Postgraduate School, Office of the Secretary of Defense, and Department of the Navy, January – December 2009. $110,000. Co-Principal Investigators: Trevor Brown and Matthew Potoski.

7. Co-Principal Investigator, “System of Systems Contracting: Lessons in Contract Management from the Coast Guard’s Project Deepwater.” IBM Center for the Business of Government. February – December 2008. $20,000. Co-Principal Investigators: Trevor Brown and Matthew Potoski.

8. Principal Investigator, “System of Systems Contracting: Innovations and Lessons in Contract Management from the Department of Homeland Security’s Secure Border Initiative.” Campbell Institute of Public Affairs, Fall 2007. $3000.

9. Principal Investigator, “Relational Contracting, Contract Specificity, and Contract Management.” Funded through the Appelby-Mosher Endowment Fund, Maxwell School of Syracuse University. April 2007-June 2008. $1200.

10. Investigator, “A Strategic Organizational Assessment of the Syracuse Boys and Girls Club.” United Way of Central New York. January 2006 – June 2006. Principal Investigators: Kenneth and Mary Anne Shaw. (pro-bono) (Non-refereed)

11. Investigator, “Strategic Management and Marketing at the National Transportation Operations Coalition.” U.S. Department of Transportation. January 2006 – June 2007. $280,000. Principal Investigator: Michael Morris.

12. Co-Principal Investigator, “Nonprofit Leadership, Program Evaluation, and Organizational Capacity – A Comparative Study of Atlanta and Indianapolis.” Center for Philanthropy, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. June 2005 – June 2006. $3500. Co-Principal Investigator: Sal Alaimo.

13. Principal Investigator, “African American Philanthropy in Metro Atlanta.” A study commissioned by the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta. October 2003- April 2004. $25,000. (with Janet L. Johnson).

14. Principal Investigator, “Philanthropy and Social Capital Patterns in Metro Atlanta.” A study commissioned by the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta. December 2001- March 2003. (with Janet L. Johnson). $40,000.

15. Investigator, “Innovations in Strategic Leadership and Performance Measurement for State DOTs: An Initial Scan.” A study funded by the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. NCHRP Project 20-24 (14). May 2000 – May 2001. $25,000. Principal Investigator: Theodore Poister.

16. Principal Investigator, “Women and Philanthropy.” A study commissioned by the United Way Women’s Foundation of Greater Atlanta. April 2001 – February 2002. $7,500.

17. Principal Investigator, “Bridging the Gap between the Technology Community and the Nonprofit Sector.” A study commissioned by the TechBridge Organization. Spring 2001. $2,500. (Non-refereed)

18. Principal Investigator, “Charitable Giving in Metropolitan Atlanta, Survey of Individuals and Corporations for Research Atlanta.” 1999-2000. Research Atlanta, Inc. $80,000. (with Arthur C. Brooks).

19. Co-Principal Investigator, “Public perceptions of private corrections: exploring the link between public opinion and public policy." 2000-2001. $5,000. Research Initiation Grant through Georgia State University (with Sarah L. Eschholz).

 AWARDS:

• Inducted as a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, November 18, 2010.
• 2006-2010 Birkhead-Burkhead Professorship of Teaching Excellence, Department of Public Administration, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University.
• Recipient of the Beryl Radin Award for best article published in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. The award was presented at the 2009 Public Management Research Conference, October 1-3, Columbus Ohio. The award recognizes Van Slyke, David M. (2007). “Agents or Stewards: Using Theory to Understand the Government – Nonprofit Social Services Contracting Relationship,” 17(2): 157-187.
• Recipient of the 2002 Best Article Award from the Academy of Management Public-Nonprofit Division.
• Recipient of the 1999 Charles H. Levine Award for Best Conference Paper from the Academy of Management Public and Nonprofit Division – 1999 National Conference, Chicago, IL.
• Keynote Speaker, Graduate Recognition Ceremony, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, State University of New York, May 13, 2011.
• Participant on Indiana University-SPEA National Expert Panel of Government Outsourcing, 2012.
• The American Society for Public Administration 1998 National Conference Scholarship.
• Omicron Delta Epsilon, International Economics Honor Society, 1988-1990.
• Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society, 1988 - 1990. 


 REPORTS:


1. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2010). Contracted versus Internal Assembly for Complex Products: From Deepwater to the Acquisition Directorate in the U.S. Coast Guard. IBM Center for the Business of Government May.

2. Brown, Trevor L., Van Slyke, David M., and Potoski, Matthew (2010). Improving Government Procurement: Lessons from the U.S. Coast Guard’s Deepwater Program. Acquisition Research Program, Naval Postgraduate School. December.

3. Brown, Trevor L., Matthew Potoski, and David M. Van Slyke (2008). A Guide to Contracting for Complex Products: Trade-Offs in the Coast Guard’s Deepwater Program Acquisition. IBM Center for the Business of Government, December.

4. Van Slyke, David M., Robert Alexander, and Alejandro Amezcua (June 2006). A Strategic Organizational Assessment of the Syracuse Boys and Girls Club. Commissioned by the United Way of Central New York, the Central New York Community Foundation, and the Gifford Foundation.

5. Van Slyke, David M. (May 2006). “Who’s Managing the Crisis and With What Tools: Rebuilding Post-Katrina.” Campbell Institute, Maxwell School, Syracuse University.

6. Van Slyke, David M. (Spring 2005). “Considering Privatization for State and Local Governments.” Connections, 3(1): 3-4. Public Management and Finance Program, Maxwell School, Syracuse University.

7. Van Slyke, David M. and Megan McAllister (June 2004). Georgia Nonprofits: Spreading the News. Commissioned by the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.

8. Van Slyke, David M., Janet L. Johnson, and Shena R. Ashley (May 2004). African American Philanthropy in Metro Atlanta. Commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

9. Van Slyke, David M., and Janet L. Johnson (May 2003). Tracking Trends: Giving, Volunteering, and Trust in Metro Atlanta. Commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

10. Van Slyke, David M., and Janet L. Johnson (December 2002). Trends in Trust, Giving, and Volunteering: The Case of Metro Atlanta. Commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

11. Van Slyke, David M., and Janet L. Johnson (September 2002). Changes Post 9-11 or One-Time Effects? Examining Trends in Trust, Giving, and Volunteering. Commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

12. Van Slyke, David M., and Janet L. Johnson (May 2002). To Give, To Volunteer, To Trust: How Strong is the Philanthropic and Civic Tradition in Metro Atlanta? Commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.

13. Van Slyke, David M., and Sarah L. Eschholz (February 2002). New Evidence about Women and Philanthropy: Findings from Metro Atlanta. Funded by the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta’s Women’s Philanthropic Initiative.

14. Poister, Theodore H., and David M. Van Slyke (May 2001). Innovations in Strategic Leadership and Performance Measurement for State DOTs: An Initial Scan. Prepared for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. NCHRP Project 20-24 (14).

15. Van Slyke, David M., and Arthur C. Brooks (January 2001). Individual Philanthropy Patterns in Metropolitan Atlanta. Research Atlanta: Atlanta, GA.

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