Cui Bono? Private Goals in the Design of Public Organizations

Who benefits (cui bono) from private foundation behavior? As a result of their social significance and public support, vibrant debates have ensued regarding how much of a redistributional ethic private foundations should be expected to maintain, with the vigor of the conversation increasing as private giving continues to grow and as more living donors wish … More Cui Bono? Private Goals in the Design of Public Organizations

Luther Gulick

Donald F. Kettl, University of Maryland We’re creeping up on the 70th anniversary of an important milestone in public administration—the Brownlow Committee’s recommendations to strengthen the executive office of the president. As Franklin D. Roosevelt juggled an alphabet soup of new programs to recover from the Great Depression, he was handicapped by an antiquated executive … More Luther Gulick

Luther Gulick Papers Digital Access Project

We are pleased to invite scholars in Washington, DC and the surrounding region to a public talk on the creation of a digitized archive of Luther Gulick’s papers at Baruch College. Join us on Monday, Oct. 17 at noon in the Marvin Center, Rooms 402-404, The George Washington University, for a presentation by two archivists … More Luther Gulick Papers Digital Access Project