The Race: Can Collaboration Outrun Rivalry between American Business and Government?
John D. Donahue teaches courses in management and business–government interaction at the Harvard Kennedy School. Recent books include The Warping of Government Work (2008) and Collaborative Governance (with Richard J. Zeckhauser, forthcoming). He is a founding instructor for the Kennedy School-Harvard Business School joint degree program and Faculty Chair of the Master in Public Policy program.
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