The H. George Frederickson Award
The purpose of the H. George Frederickson Award for Career Contributions to Public Management Research is to honor a senior scholar for exemplary contributions to the intellectual development of the field. Contributions commonly include both written scholarship and development of professional capital including association service, journal advancement, involvement in conferences, mentoring, field advocacy and other professional duties. Established by the Public Management Research Association (PMRA), previous winners of the award are Laurence Lynn, Jr., Christopher Hood, Beryl Radin, Kenneth J. Meier, Barry Bozeman, Jim Perry, Hal Rainey, Rosemary O’Leary, John Bryson, H. Brinton Milward, Norma Riccucci, and Frances S. Berry.
Nominations must include a letter explaining why the nominee merits this recognition, as well as the nominee’s curriculum vitae. The Award Committee may also consider other individuals who, in the judgement of its members, deserve consideration for the award. Questions may be directed to any member of the Award Committee.
Nominations should be emailed to each committee member by Friday, April 1st. The Frederickson Award will be presented at the 2022 Public Management Research Conference to be held at Arizona State University from May 25-28, 2022.
The 2022 Frederickson Award Committee members are:
- Frances Berry, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University, Chair, email@example.com;
- Sandro Cabral, INSPER–Institute of Education and Research, SandroC2@insper,edu.br;
- Sandra Groeneveld, Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University, firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Cullen Merritt, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, email@example.com
The H. George Frederickson Award honors a senior scholar for career contributions to the field of public management. Exemplary contributions include, but are not limited to, adding to the intellectual development of the field and building professional capital (e.g., journal development and other means of sharing PM scholarship and information) related to public management research.
2021 – Frances Stroke Berry
2020 – Norma M. Riccucci
2019 – H. Brinton Milward
2018 – John Bryson
2017 – Rosemary O’Leary
2016 – Hal Rainey
2015 – James L. Perry
2013 – Barry Bozeman
2011 – Kenneth J. Meier
2009 – Beryl Radin
2007 – Christopher Hood
2005 – Laurence Lynn, Jr.