Public Administration, Public Administration and Law, Bureaucracy, Public Program Evaluation
Professor Koenig received her Ph.D. degree in public administration from Syracuse University.She also holds a combined J.D./M.A. from University of Nebraska-Lincoln.Her research interests include the impact of the courts on the public management of local governments, citizen participation, and intergovernmental relations.
Public Administration and Law: An ASPA Classic, with Julia Beckett. Armonk, NY :M.E. Sharpe, 2005.
"A Case Study of an Exercise in Inclusiveness: The Americans with Disabilities Act in Local Government."Public Administration & Management: An Interactive Journal (2001) 6(1): 63-77 (http:www.pamij.com).
"Upon Examination, I Juggle." (2001) PA Times 24(8):6.
"The Americans with Disabilities Act: Who Isn't Covered?"Oyez, Oyez column, 1998 Public Administration Review,58(5):471-473.
"Richardson v. McKnight:What Does the Future of Qualified Immunity Hold for Non-Governmental Employees?"1998 Oyez, Oyez column, Public Administration Review, 58, (1):8-9.
"The Role of the Courts in Local Government Administration" (Winter/Spring, 1998)SPLA News 3.
"Teaching Law in Public Administration: The Use of Case Analysis" 1998 Journal of Public Affairs Education, 4(1):19-24.
"Law and the City Manager: Beginning to Understand the Sources of Influence on the Management of Local Government", (with Amy Kise), Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, July 1996, 6(3):443-460.
"Eight Supreme Court Cases that Have Changed the Face of Public Administration", (with Rosemary O'Leary),International Journal of Public Administration, 1996 vol 39(1):5-22.
"Toward a Theory of the Impact of the Courts on Public Management", (with Rosemary O'Leary), in Research in Public Administration, vol. 3: 175-199,James L. Perry (Ed.),Greenwich, CN: JAI Press Inc, 1994.