Ben Brunjes

June 11, 2019 7:08 pm Published by

Benjamin M. Brunjes joined the Evans School faculty as Assistant Professor in 2016. He is a public management specialist whose academic research is focused on managerial complexity, including networks, contracts, and grants. These issues have gained widespread attention over the past few decades. Under the rationale that more competition lowers costs and deters corruption, most research of these mechanisms occurs within a business context. Little work on public sector implications has been done to this point. Ultimately, Ben aims to provide government with research and information that improves how to use these tools so that managers can improve accountability, equity, and efficiency.

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