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Alisa Moldavanova

Ph.D. in Public Administration (2013)
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Dr. Alisa Moldavanova is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration at the Political Science Department at Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). She is a graduate of the School of Public Affairs and Administration at the University of Kansas, where she defended her “Sustainable Public Administration: The Search for Intergenerational Fairness” with honors. Dr. Moldavanova’s research interests include sustainability and intergenerational justice, organizational theory, nonprofit management, and public service ethics.  She is currently doing research on the sustainability of arts organizations in an urban context, and teaching courses on Managing Public Organizations and Programs, and Human Resources Management for the Masters of Public Administration program at Wayne State University. Dr. Moldavanova’s work has been published in the International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, and presented at national conferences (American Society for Public Administration, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, and Public Management Research Conference). View her bio at Wayne State University.

 

 

 


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