My research interests lie in the area of public and nonprofit management. The theoretical frameworks that I apply mostly stem from organization theory to explain strategic and managerial behaviors in and of public and nonprofit organizations. My methodological background is generally quantitative.
Currently, my main lines of research include:
Dynamics of government contracting in public service delivery, with a focus on contracting out, contracting back-in, and concurrent sourcing.
Resource management in nonprofits, examining how nonprofits could effectively acquire and allocate their resources to sustain operations and impact.
Dissolution of nonprofits, including antecedents and consequences of demise, merger, sectoral conversion of nonprofits.