Grace L. Chikoto

Grace L. Chikoto

Assistant Professor

Office: Mitchell Hall, Room 225
Phone: 404-229-4635
e-mail: chikoto@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vitae: pdf

Degrees:

PhD., Public Policy, Georgia State University & Georgia Institute of Technology
M.P.A., Nonprofit Management, Georgia State University
B.A. Education (Hons), Africa University

Courses Taught:

PolSci 387: Seminar in American Politics: Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations - Syllabus (pdf)
PolSci 789: Theory and Role of Nonprofit Organizations - Syllabus (pdf)
PolSci 958: Seminar in Public Administration: International NGOS - Syllabus (pdf)

Research Interests:

International NGOs and Government Funding; Measures of Organizational Autonomy

Teaching Interests:

Policy Research Methods, Public Policy; Nonprofit Theory, Leadership and Management; International NGOs; Nonprofit Financing; and Evaluation Research

Publications, Working Papers and Research Reports:

Carolyn Bourdeaux and Grace L. Chikoto (2008), “Legislative Influences on Performance Management Reform.” Public Administration Review 68(2), 253-265. March/April 2008.

Grace L. Chikoto (2007), “Government Funding and INGOs’ Autonomy: A Tool Choice Approach, Georgia State University – Nonprofit Studies Program Working Paper Series, 2007.

Janet Johnson, Shena Ashley, Grace L. Chikoto, Christopher Ferguson, and Chase Bricker. Nonprofit Georgia: Geography, Georgia State University, Nonprofit Studies Program Publication, 2009.

Janet Johnson, Shena Ashley, Grace L. Chikoto, Cara Brown, and Chase Bricker. Nonprofit Georgia at a Glance, Georgia State University, Nonprofit Studies Program Publication, 2007.