Joseph Wholey Distinguished Scholarship Award

The Joseph Wholey Distinguished Scholarship is awarded for outstanding scholarship on performance in public and nonprofit organizations. Preference is given to a scholarly work that is relevant to the broad public administration community and is of interest to both practitioners and academicians. The author(s) must provide a significant contribution to advancing knowledge in a scholarly journal about the development, implementation, use and impact of performance measurement.

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Previous Winners
2017
John Marvel

2016    
Alexander Kroll

2015    
Rusi Sun and Gregg G. Van Ryzin

2014    
David N. Ammons
             
2013        
Donald Moynihan
Stéphane Lavertu  

2012    
Phil Joyce

2011    
Sanjay Pandey
Donald Moynihan 

2009    
Donald Moynihan
Amber Wichowsky  

2006    
Arie Halachmi
 
2005    
Stephen B. Page  
Laurence J. O’Toole 

2004        
Kenneth J. Meier 

2003    
Dr. Irwin Feller
Patria de Lancer Julnes 

2002        
Marc Holzer  

2001    
Steve A. Harkreader
Gary T. Henry    
Leanna Stiefel

2000          
Ross Rubenstein
Amy Schwartz       
Dr. Charles Coe  
Mary Kopczynski
Michael Lombardo
 
1999      
Joseph S. Wholey