Radin, Beryl A(viva) 1936-
RADIN, Beryl A(viva) 1936-
Born November 15, 1936, in Aberdeen, SD; daughter of Norman (in business) and Sophie (a homemaker; maiden name, Edelman) Radin. Education: Antioch College, B.A., 1958; University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, M.A., 1963; University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D., 1973. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Jewish.
Educator and author. University of Texas, Austin, assistant professor of public policy, 1973-78; University of Southern California, professor of public administration, 1978-94; University of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, professor of government and public administration, 2002, State University of New York, Albany, professor of public administration, 2002—. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, consultant to assistant secretary for management and budget. Bellagio Study and Conference Center resident scholar, summer, 1998. Member of board, Holdeen Indian Program and Human Services Research Institute. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, managing editor, beginning 2000.
Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (president, 1995-96, 2001—), Public Management Research Association (member of board, 2001—), American Political Science Association.
Implementation, Change, and the Federal Bureaucracy: School Desegregation Policies in HEW, 1964-1968, Teachers College Press (New York, NY), 1977.
(With Willis D. Hawley) The Politics of Federal Reorganization: Creating the U.S. Department of Education, Pergamon Press (New York, NY), 1988.
(With others) New Governance for Rural America: Creating Intergovernmental Partnerships, University Press of Kansas (Lawrence, KS), 1996.
Beyond Machiavelli: Policy Analysis Comes of Age, Georgetown University Press (Washington, DC), 2000.
The Accountable Juggler: The Art of Leadership in a Federal Agency, C.Q. Press (Washington, DC), 2002.
Contributor to books, including H. George Frederickson and Yong-Hyo Cho, editors, The White House and the Blue House: Government Reform in the United States and Korea, University Press of America, 1997; Federalism: Comparative Perspectives from India and Australia, Manohar Press (New Delhi, India), 1999; Dall W. Forsyth, editor, Quicker, Better, Cheaper: Managing Performance in American Government, Rockefeller Institute Pres (Albany, NY), 2001; and Making Government Manageable: Executive Organization and Management in the Twenty-first Century, Johns Hopkins Press, 2002. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Publius, Journal of Politics, American Political Science Review, New York Times Book Review, Journal of Public AdministrationResearch and Theory, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Public Administration Review, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Public Administration Quarterly, International Review of Public Administration, Administration in Mental Health, Policy Analysis, Public Welfare, Race, and Evaluation.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
American Political Science Review, March, 1989, Garry D. Brewer, review of The Politics of Federal Reorganization: Creating the U.S. Department of Education, p. 297.
American Review of Public Administration, December 2002, Harvey Averch, review of Beyond Machiavelli: Policy Analysis Comes of Age, pp. 471-478.
Choice, November, 2002, C. T. Goodsell, review of The Accountable Juggler: The Art of Leadership in a Federal Agency, p. 554.
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, fall, 1989, Lorraine M. McDonnell, review of The Politics of Federal Reorganization, p. 688; spring, 1997, Rosemary O'Leary, review of New Governance for Rural America, p. 319; spring, 2002, Ted Marmor, review of Beyond Machiavelli, p. 316
Policy Studies Journal, autumn, 1996, Kenneth E. Pigg, review of New Governance for Rural America, p. 515.
Political Science Quarterly, spring, 1989, Charles O. Jones, review of The Politics of Federal Reorganization, p. 169.
Public Administration Review, July-August, 2002, Larry Luton, review of Beyond Machiavelli, p. 504.
Publius, summer, 1996, Alvin D. Sokolow, review of New Governance for Rural America, p. 201.