Alphabetical List of Experts on Public Administration
Religion and politics, Administrative ethics, Public management, Educational reform
Dr. King received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1990. He is currently Associate Professor and Coordinator of Public Policy at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. His area of teaching and research interest are in American Government broadly, public policy and policy analysis, public administration and administrative ethics, and education reform policy. Dr. King has taught twenty years in higher education, including eighteen years in Christian higher education. He is the author of God and Caesar: The Biblical Keys to Good Government and Community Action (Xulon Press, 2002) and co-author with Bradley S. Chilton of Administration in the Public Interest: Principles, Policies, and Practices (Carolina Academic Press, 2009). He has published in Administration and Society, Public Administration Review, Public Voices, Public Integrity, Home School Researcher and Faculty Dialogue. He has contributed entries to the Encyclopedia of Religion and Politics (2002), edited by Paul Djupe and Laura Olson. He has written dozens of papers, policy studies, policy briefs, and newspaper editorials in the areas of Christian faith and politics, religion and politics, administrative ethics, public management, and education reform policy.
In addition, he has served as Research Vice President for the Public Interest Institute, consulted on matters of online educational research and training for YorktownUniversity.com and the Community Initiative Task Force for Model Christian Organizations, served as a department chair, coordinator, or director of undergraduate and graduate programs in American Government, Public Policy, and Public Administration, worked part-time in city and state government, and was a licensed and ordained minister.