A. Bryce Hoflund
Dr. A. Bryce Hoflund
- Public Affairs and Community Service, Public Administration
A. Bryce Hoflund is an associate professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her research focuses on networks, network management and leadership, health care policy and regulation, and food policy and food safety regulation.
Public Administration and Democracy
U.S. Food Systems
Theories of the Policy Process (Ph.D.)
Dr. Hoflund's research focuses on health care regulation and policy, food safety regulation and policy, network organizations, and network management and leadership.
She has presented her research at annual conferences held by the American Society for Public Administration, the Public Administration Theory Network, the Law and Society Association, the Southeastern Conference on Public Administration, the Food Studies Conference, and the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management conference.
Dr. Hoflund has published her work in Regulation & Governance, Administration & Society, the Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, Public Organization Review, Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, and the Journal of Public Affairs Education. She and her coauthors have published a book chapter in Voices of Hunger: Food Insecurity in the United States. Dr. Hoflund also served as a guest editor for a special symposium on health care regulation for Regulation & Governance.
Dr. Hoflund, Dr. Michelle Pautz, and Mr. John Jones coedited "The Intersection of Food and Public Health: Current Policy Challenges and Solutions," which was published recently by Routledge.
Dr. Hoflund has given numerous presentations to community organizations about food policy. She served on the Community Crops' Board of Directors and served as secretary of the board. She currently sits on the Food Studies Advisory Board and the editorial board for Administration and Society.
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