Rodney E. Stanley, Ph.D.
Tennessee State University
Institute of Government
The Fifth Paradigm of Public Administration? Public Organizational Theory as a Possible Solution to the Perennial Big Questions of Public Administration
Measuring the Impact of Casino Proceeds on Local Per Pupil Expenditures In Mississippi
Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice: The Utilization of Case Study Research for a Perilous Issue in Public Administration
Measuring the Impact of Casino Proceeds on Local Per Pupil Expenditures In Mississippi (2002)
Lotteries, the American States and the Federal Government: A Formula for Perpetual Success or Inevitable Destruction in Education Policy?
An Assessment of the Indirect Effect of Casino Revenues on Federal Allocations For Education
A Logistic Regression Model Explaining Casino Adoption Among Counties in Mississippi
Utilizing Logistic Regression For Explaining Lottery Adoption In The Volunteer State
Measuring The Impact of The Casino Industry On Local Government Assessment Values
Appraising the Impact Of Casino Dollars On Local Government Assessment Values in the Magnolia State
An Empirical Assessment Of Lottery Proceeds On Education In The American States
Testing the Assumptions of Pooled Time Series-Cross Sectional Regression Analysis Through ARIMA and Interrupted Time Series Modeling: Beck and Katz Revisited
Book Review: Gadot, Eran V. (2003).Managing Collaboration in Public Administration: The Promise of Alliance among Governance, Citizens, and Business.
Performance-Based Budgeting Implementation Process: The Nashville-Metropolitan Government Experience
Measuring the Funding Discrepancies of Black Belt School Districts in Tennessee
Enrollment Levels in Institutions of Higher Education: Are State Lotteries Making a Difference in Dixie
Political Culture and Per Pupil Spending For Education: Daniel Elazar Revisited
Enrolment Levels In Institutions of Higher Education: Are State Lotteries Making A Difference In the American States