Assistant Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs
Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2017
Organization theory, network theory, collaborative and nonprofit governance, international non-governmental organizations
Jonathan “Jeb” Beagles' research interests include organization theory, network theory, network and nonprofit governance, collaborative governance, international non-governmental organizations, and nonprofit management. He was named Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona for the 2014-15 year. He has taught classes on Managerial Accounting, Financial Accounting, Public Organization Management, Public and Nonprofit Financial Management, Program Planning and Evaluation, and Public Policy and Administration. Beagles also participated in a five year study of innovation diffusion within the North American Quitline Consortium: a professional organizational network. The study was led by Scott Leischow Ph.D., Keith Provan Ph.D., and Joseph Bonito Ph.D. His primary role was database management and network analysis. He also participated in the conceptual development of three papers, two of which have been published to date. He is actively involved in the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA). He earned a Ph.D. in management from the University of Arizona (2017), a master of professional accountancy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2003), and a bachelor of arts in Spanish and psychology (magna cum laude) from Union College (2000).
Peer Reviewed Research Publications
Provan, Keith G., Beagles, Jonathan E., Leischow, Scott F., Mercken, Liesbeth. 2013. Awareness of Evidence-Based Practices by Organizations in a Smoking Cessation Network. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 23: 133-53
Leischow, Scott J., Provan, Keith, Beagles, Jonathan, Bonito, Joseph, Ruppel, Erin, Moor, Gregg & Saul, Jessie. 2012. Mapping Tobacco Quitlines in North America: Signaling Pathways to Improve Treatment. American Journal of Public Health. 102(11).
Provan, Keith G., Beagles, Jonathan E. & Leischow, Scott F. 2011. Network Formation, Governance, and Evolution in Public Health: The North American Quitline Consortium case. Health Care Management Review, 36(3).
Works in Progress
Beagles, Jonathan E. (under review) ‘Forms of Coordination and Forms of Collaboration: The Multiple Dimensions of Network Governance.’
Beagles, Jonathan E. ‘Organizational Values and Network Forms of Collaboration among International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGOs).’
Beagles, Jonathan E. ‘Internal Contingencies and A Network’s Form of Coordination.’
Lemaire, Robin, Beagles, Jonathan E., Feyereisen, Scott & Leischow, Scott F. ‘Network Engagement and Trust of the Network Coordinator.’