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Ph.D. Public Policy and Management, The Ohio State University, 1990; M.P.A. Public Affairs, The University of Texas, 1983; B.A. Economics, Swarthmore College, 1979
Public Financial Management; Public Budgeting; Public Sector Economics; Public Policy Analysis and Evaluation
Dean Bartle is the co-editor of Management Policies in Local Government Finance (2012), the co-author of Sustainable Development for Public Administration (2009), and editor of the book, Evolving Theories of Public Budgeting (2001). He has published research articles in several journals, including Public Budgeting & Finance, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, State and Local Government Review, and Public Administration Review.
Dean Bartle was an elected member or the National Council of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), and the Executive Council of the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration. He is past chair of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management and past chair of ASPA's Section on Transportation Policy and Administration. He was also a part-time professor at the Center for Public Administration at Zhongshan (Sun Ya-Sen) University in Gaungzhou, China.
Professional Honors & Awards
Initiate, Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honors Society, 2014; Presidential Citation of Merit, American Society of Public Administration, 2013; Honorary Initiate, Alpha Sigma Lambda Honors Society, 2013; Elected Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration, 2010; David Scott Diamond Alumni Professorship, 2008-2014, UNO; Honorary appointment, Sun Yat-Sen University, China, 2004
Hobbies & InterestsJohn Bartle enjoys traveling, reading, rugby and baseball. He lives in Omaha with his family
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