to his appointment at CIDE, Dr. Gil-Garcia was a Post-Doctoral Fellow
at the Center for Technology in Government and was on the faculty of
the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy at the University
at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY). At SUNY, he was
an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Management Science and
Information Systems of the School of Business and at the School of
Information Science and Policy.
Gil-Garcia has lectured on topics such as Public Management, Policy
Analysis, Organization Theory, Database Applications, Statistics, Web
Development, Quantitative Analysis and Modeling, Research Methods,
Public Administration Theory, and Local Government Management.
Dr. Gil-Garcia is the author or co-author of articles in The International Public Management Journal, Government Information Quarterly, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Government Information, Public Finance and Management, Politics Administration and Change, Reforma y Democracia, Gestión y Política Pública, Espiral: Estudios sobre Estado y Sociedad, Convergencia, Ciencias de Gobierno, Ciencia Ergo Sum, Administración Pública y Sociedad, and Espacios Públicos.
His research interests include collaborative electronic government,
inter-organizational information integration, adoption and
implementation of emergent technologies, information technologies in
the budgeting process, information technologies and organizations,
digital divide policies, education policy, new public management,
public policy evaluation, and multi-method research approaches.
Gil-Garcia has a Bachelors Degree in Political Science and Public
Administration, a Masters in Public Administration and Policy, and a
Ph.D. in Public Administration and Policy. He is also a former
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