Professor of Political Science, University of New Hampshire
Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration


Contact information:
Email: mdubnick@dubnick.net
Skype: mdubnick
Phone-Voicemail: +1 (978) 712-4207


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Office:
Department of Political Science
University of New Hampshire
321 Horton Hall, 20 Academic Way
Durham, NH 03824-3586
Office Phone: 603-862-4083
Main Office: 603-862-1750
Office Fax: 603-862-0178
WEBCAST:
Panel session on The Future of Financial Regulation, United Nations University, General Assembly Building, New York, June 1, 2010. Click here to go directly to Webcast.

RECENTLY POSTED:

"Blameworthiness, Trustworthiness, and the Second-Personal Standpoint: Foundations for an Ethical Theory of Accountability". Prepared for presentation at the 2013 EGPA Annual Conference, Group VII: Quality and Integrity of Governance, Edinburgh, Scotland, 11-13 September 2013

Power and the Ethics of Reform,” with C. O'Kelly, in: Ethics in Public Management, 2nd edition, edited by H. George Frederickson and Richard K.Ghere, Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2013.
Accountability as Cultural Keyword." Prepared for a presentation at a seminar of the Research Colloquium on Good Governance, Netherlands Institute of Government, 9­ May 2012, VU University, Amsterdam NL
"Imagining and Managing Organizational Evil," with Jonathan B. Justice and Domonic A. Bearfield, in THE FOUNDATIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL EVIL, edited by Carole L. Jurkiewicz, chapter 8 (2012)


OP-EDS:
  • The Oxford Project: A Political Scientist Responds UNSW CLMR http://bit.ly/J8hkcp
  • Finding the Cure for Corporate Accountability UNSW CLMR http://bit.ly/xp0WOS
  • The False Promise of Regulatory Reform UNSW CLMR http://bit.ly/zbqmEE
  • •Behind the Subterfuge of Jobs Creation UNSW CLMR http://bit.ly/HSnNLZ

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