Housed within a nationally-ranked School of Business with 100+ faculty—in the fields of accounting, finance, information systems and operations management, management, and marketing—eager to engage with Mason GovCon in order to build an academic competency in the business of government and government contracting,
Mason GovCon offers access to both the GovCon network and funds for research and writing, to en the understanding of the unique business interests on both sides of this market—government and business.
Affiliated Faculty appointments will
- Encourage academic research in GovCon;
- Advance the research reputation of the faculty and the Initiative;
- Offer grants and honoraria to support the effort faculty can bring to this discussion; and
- Offer a new avenue to engage faculty who share our interest to create a more efficient and effective market for the public good.
Her research is focused on the inherent loss of stability suffered by organizations introducing and implementing organizational change. Grady continues to build on her original research and actively integrates theoretical concepts with practical application in the field of management. Her practice case studies include issues of organizational change/trust and include federal government institutions, non-profit organizations, and private sector companies.
Josephson's research interests includes:
- Strategic marketing management
- Marketing-finance interface
- Relationship marketing
- Innovation, with special interest in business-to-business and business-to-government relationships
Information Systems and Operations Management
Mishra's research interests includes:
- Project management
- New product development
- Distributed work
- Work design
- Crowdsourcing/innovation contests
- Empirical research