Dr. Sara Jordan
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (China)
2007 Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Public Administration
“A View of Lake Placid from a Hong Kong Hillside: What does the world of public administration scholarship get from another Minnowbrook?”. Administrative Theory and Praxis. Volume 31, issue 2. 2009.
"Race, Medicine and Social Justice: Pharmacogenetics, Diversity and the Case of BiDil," Review of Policy Research, Volume 25, issue 1: 53-69. 2008.
“The Faceless other of the Public Interest: Public Administration in a Time of Crisis”. Administrative Theory & Praxis, Volume 30, issue 2. 2008.
“Intercultural Communication: An Historical Overview of Dialogue Models” (with Cary J. Nederman and Natalya Limonova) (in Russian). Humanistic Studies (Omsk Polytechnic University) 11 (2006), 37-44. 2007.
"A Young Turk in a Gilded Cage: A Rejoinder to the Responses". Symposium "Intergenerational Dialogue on Public Administration Theory". Administrative Theory and Praxis. Volume 29, Issue 2: 317-320. 2007.
“Situating Administrative Responsibility: A Comparison of Medieval Christian and Medieval Islamic Administrative Thought.” Public Administration. Volume 84, issue 3: 563-583. 2006.
“The Study of Administration and the Persistence of the Legitimacy Question: An Essay on a Concept.” Symposium “Intergenerational Dialogue on Public Administration Theory”. Administrative Theory and Praxis. Volume 28, issue 4: 631-641. 2006.
“Methodological Balkanization, Language Games and the Persistence of the Identity Crisis in Public Administration: A Student’s Perspective.” Administrative Theory and Praxis. Volume 27, issue 4: 689-706. 2005.