Specializations: Public Management, Public Policy, Higher Education, Veteran Affairs
Phone: (850) 644-7397
Dr. Daniel Fay is an Assistant Professor in the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at The Florida State University. His research interests include organizational theory, diversity issues in public management, veterans’ policy, policy diffusion and higher education policy and management. His work appears in Research in Higher Education, Social Science Quarterly, and The Journal of Technology Transfer, American Review of Public Administration, Policy Studies Journal International Journal of Organizational Theory & Behavior, and Public Administration Review.
Prior to joining the faculty at The Florida State University, Dr. Fay served as an Assistant Professor of Public Administration in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Mississippi State University, a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Georgia and a Postdoctoral Associate at Syracuse University. His veterans’ research has received external funding from the National Science Foundation and a Google Impact Award.
He received his Ph.D. in public administration and policy from the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia, his M.P.A. with a specialization in Higher Education Administration from the University of Georgia, and his bachelor of arts in English from the University of Florida.
Ph.D., University of Georgia, Public Administration
Recent Publications and Papers
Fay, D. L. & Zavattaro, S. (2016). Branding and Isomorphism: The Case of Higher Education. Public Administration Review. Forthcoming.
Zavattaro, S. & Fay, D.L. (2016). Social Media in State Lotteries: Exploring the Role of Technology in Program Marketing. International Journal of Organizational Theory and Behavior. Forthcoming.
Fay, D. L. & Wenger, J. (2015). The Political Structure of Policy Diffusion. Policy Studies Journal. doi: 10.1111/psj.12122.Fay, D. L. (2014). Planning for a Payout Effectiveness of Special Purpose Entities as State Lottery Administrations. The American Review of Public Administration, doi: 0275074014563826.