• Scott T. Moore •
|Name:||Scott T. Moore|
|Concentration:||Public Policy, Public Organizations, Colorado Government and Politics|
Dr. Moore received his B.A. in International Relations from Knox College and earned an M.A. and PhD. in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is currently engaged in several research projects.
One of Dr. Moore’s enduring projects of research over 20 years is the study of public organizations, wherein the tensions and conflicts within (and among) public agencies constitute substantive policy arenas in their own right. This interest is reflected in several publications on “street-level bureaucracy,” a recent series of papers reviewing the state of the ‘street level bureaucracy’ literature, and several papers on internal agency politics which broaden the foci of organizational policy processes.
Another current research project includes the politics of property taxation in Colorado. This project emphasizes the historical institutional development of the Colorado property tax (and tax protests) from the post WWII assessment reforms through the wholesale legislative reforms of the late 1960’s, the “Gallagher Amendment” in 1982 and the taxpayers Bill of Rights (TABOR). “Explaining TABOR” in a period after successful property tax reform which made residential property assessments more fair is one of the puzzles of Colorado politics he is hoping to solve. Explaining TABOR’s persistence after twenty years of experience and the attendant shrinkage of public services is another on-going effort.
Based on his interests in state and local fiscal development, Dr. Moore has been a regular participant in the Western States Budget Roundtable, which annual reports are published by the University of Utah Center for Public Policy and Administration. [available - www.cppa.utah.edu/westernstatesbudgets/]
The recession(s) over the past decade have caused many CSU grads to put off plans for postgraduate study. Please do NOT hesitate to contact me for a letter of recommendation to support your application(s). The passage of time will not dampen my enthusiasm to help you attain your career goals!
- POLS103 State & Local Politics and Government [All NEW!! ONLINE! next offering is Spring 2014]
- POLS103 State & Local Politics and Government [on campus: Next offering is Spring 2014]
- POLS351 Public Administration [next: Spring 2014]
- POLS451 Policy Design & The New Governance [ Recently approved, perhaps to be offered for Fall 2014?]
- POLS550 Advanced Public Administration Fall 2013]
- POLS652 Public Organization Theory [Next?]
Dr. Moore is the Department’s Undergraduate Program Coordinator