Dan Bromberg is an Associate Professor of Public Administration in the Carsey School of Public Policy and the Department of Political Science at the University of New Hampshire. He is the Director of Academic Programs for the Carsey School of Public Policy. Dan’s research interests include government procurement, performance management, and organizational accountability. Recent publications include Gatekeepers: How Procurement Personnel Guard against Hybrid Accountability, Pay-to-Play: An Examination of State Laws, and Body Worn Cameras and Policing: A List Experiment of Citizen Overt and True Support. He holds a Ph.D. from the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers-Newark.
Ph.D., Public Administration, Rutgers University
M.P.A., Public Administration, University of Vermont
B.A., University at Albany
INCO 590: Rsrch Exp/Political Science
PA 800: Fndns/Theories of Public Admin
PA 906: Foundations of Public Admin
PA 908A: Capstone in Public Admin
POLT 402: American Politics & Government
POLT 509: ManagingBureaucracy in America
POLT 797B/897B: Sem/Outsourcing of Amer. Gov't
POLT 803: Performance Management
POLT 898B: Sem/Third Party Governance
POLT 898F: Sem/Technology & Government
POLT 906: Foundations of Public Admin
POLT 908A: Capstone in Public Admin
POLT 908A/908B: Capstone in Public Admin
POLT 908B: Capstone in Public Admin
PPOL 712/812: Strategies for Policy Impact
PPOL 990: Policy Capstone
PPOL 998A: Policy Internship
Genest-Grégoire, A., Charbonneau, É., & Bromberg, D. E. (2017). The Sustainability Assumption in Performance Management Reforms: Revisiting the Patterns of Implementation. Public Organization Review, 1-18.
Bromberg, D., Hartley, R. E., & Mohammed-Spigner, D. (2017). Pay-to-Play: An Examination of State Laws. Public Integrity, 19, 342-356.
Bromberg, D. E. (2016). Business–Government Collaboration in Rulemaking: Regulating Carbon Emissions from Motor Vehicles. In Problem Solving with the Private Sector (pp. 49-76). Routledge.
Bromberg, D. E. (2016). Gatekeepers: How Procurement Personnel Guard Against Hybrid Accountability. Public Organization Review, 16, 549-560.
Charbonneau, É., Bromberg, D., & Henderson, A. C. (2016). Steering a Swarm: Compliance and Learning in a Municipal Performance Regime. Administration & Society, 0095399716653434.
Bromberg, D. E., & Justice, J. B. (2016). Sorting Out Social Impact Bonds. In PROBLEM SOLVING WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR: A PUBLIC SOLUTIONS HANDBOOK (Vol. 7, pp. 176-199). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/
Henderson, A. C., & Bromberg, D. E. (2015). Performance Information Use in Local Government: Monitoring Relationships with Emergency Medical Services Agencies. Public Performance & Management Review, 39(1), 58-82. doi:10.1080/15309576.2016.1071162
Bromberg, D. E., & Henderson, A. C. (2015). Collaboration in Frontline Health Care Delivery. The American Review of Public Administration, 45(6), 674-688. doi:10.1177/0275074014526300
Charbonneau, É., Bromberg, D. E., & Henderson, A. C. (2015). Performance improvement, culture, and regimes. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 28(2), 105-120. doi:10.1108/ijpsm-08-2014-0093
Bromberg, D. (2009). Performance Measurement. Public Performance & Management Review, 33(2), 214-221. doi:10.2753/pmr1530-9576330202