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Dr. Maurice Mongkuo

Dr. Maurice Mongkuo

Dr. Maurice Mongkuo
Professor
of Public Administration

Office: Joyner Rm. 52
Phone: 672-2001
Fax: 672-2074
Email: mmongkuo@uncfsu.edu
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BIOGRAPHY

  • B.A. Anthropology/Sociology, Kenyon College
  • MPIA Public & International Affairs, University Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
  • Ph.D. Public Policy Research & Analysis University of Pittsburgh 

TEACHING COURSES

  • POLI 220-Principles of Public Administration
  • POLI 312-Public Leadership and Management
  • POLI 402-Public Policy Formulation
  • POLI 490-Advanced Reading and Research
  • POLI 631-Public Financial Administration
  • POLI 320- Public Leadership and Management 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Disparities in Government Contracting,
  • Race Preference Programs,
  • Government Set-asides,
  • Targeted Economic and Community Development,
  • Sustainable Development Reforms

PUBLICATIONS

  • --Sustainable Development Reforms in Developing Countries. Lewiston, NY : The Edwin Mellen Press (Forthcoming June 2007).
  • --Race Preference Program and the United States Suppreme Court Strict Scrutiny Standard of Review : A Predicate Study of the City of St. Petersburg Florida Contracting Process. Lewiston, NY : The Edwin Mellen Press (2005).
  • --Infrastructure Improvement Determinants of Roadway Safety in Mississippi. Maurice Mongkuo and Richard Mushi. Mississippi Transportation Institute Conference Proceedings (November 2004).
  • “The Effects of Targeted Partnerships on Minority Employment.” Review of Black Political Economy (with William J. Pammer, Jr.) Volume 22, No.3 (Winter 1994).
  • “Did Adarand Kill Minority Set-asides?” Public Administration Review (with Mitchell Rice) Volume 58, No. 1 (January/February 1999).
  • “Targeted Partnerships and Minority Employment.” In African Americans and Post-Industrial Labor Markets. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. 1997.
  • “What It Takes For Minority Contractors to Do Business With Government” Construction HUB. Volume 4, Number 8.(October 1994).
  • “What State and Local Governments Need to Do to Set-Aside Contracts for Minority Businesses”, Construction HUB, Volume 5, Number 9 (December 1994). 

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