Public Administration Program
Christopher Grandy

Christopher Grandy

 

College of Social Sciences Affiliations

Public Administration Program (PUBA)

  • Faculty - Associate Professor
  • Building/Office: Saunders 405
  • Phone: 956-7060
  • Fax: 956-9571

Public Policy Center (PPC)

  • Non-Comp Faculty - Affiliate Faculty
  • Building/Office: Saunders 631
  • Phone: 956-7060

 

History

Education:
Ph.D. Economics

Background:
BA in Economics from San Francisco State University. Ph.D. from University of California (Berkeley). Previously taught at Barnard College, Columbia University; and Economics Department, University of Hawaii. Formerly economist with State of Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism.

 

Interests

Research:
Applied tax policy, economic policy analysis, economics of public institutions, and Hawaii economic issues.

 

Instruction

Teaching:
PUBA 608: Public Budgeting
PUBA 609: Policy Analysis & Implementation
PUBA 667: Special Topics: Life Cycle of Rules

 

eSyllabi

PUBA 608 (Spring 2016) : Public Budgeting - Download

PUBA 667 (Spring 2016) : Special Topics: Life Cycle of Rules - Download

PUBA 609 (Fall 2015) : Policy Analysis & Implementation - Download

 

Publications

The "Efficient" Public Administrator: Pareto and a Well-Rounded Approach to Public Administration (2009) : Public Administration Review, 69(6), Nov/Dec. 2009, 1115-1123.
  Type: Journal
  ISBN: 0033-3352
  Keywords: Efficiency, Public Administration, Pareto

Through a Glass Darkly: An Economic View of Fairness, Globalization, and States (2006) : in Jim Dator, Dick Pratt, and Yongseok Seo (eds.), Fairness, Globalization, and Public Institutions: East Asia and Beyond, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  Type: Chapters in books

Globalization and Public Administration Education: The View from the University of Hawaii (Manoa) (2003) : 18 Korean Journal of Policy Studies 21-40 (August).
  Type: Articles in international or national refereed journals
  Co-Authors: Dick Pratt

Hawai‘i Becalmed: Economic Lessons of the 1990s (2002) : Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press.
  Type: Books of original scholarship–author/co-author

The Political Instability of Reciprocal Trade and the Overthrow of the Hawai‘ian Kingdom (1997) : 57 The Journal of Economic History (Mar. 1997), 161-89.
  Type: Articles in international or national refereed journals
  Co-Authors: Sumner J. LaCroix

New Jersey and the Fiscal Origins of Modern American Corporation Law (1993) : New York: Garland Publishing.
  Type: Books of original scholarship–author/co-author

Financial Integration in Antebellum America: Strengthening Bodenhorn's Results (1993) : 53 The Journal of Economic History (Sep. 1993), 653-58.
  Type: Articles in international or national refereed journals
  Co-Authors: Sumner J. LaCroix

Original Intent and the Sherman Antitrust Act: A Reexamination of the Consumer Welfare Hypothesis (1993) : 53 The Journal of Economic History (June 1993), 359-76.
  Type: Articles in international or national refereed journals

The Principle of Maximum Entropy and the Difference Between Risk and Uncertainty (1991) : in W.T. Grandy and L.H. Schick (eds.), Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods, Laramie 1990, Dordrecht: Kluwer (1991), 39-47.
  Type: Chapters in books