Faculty – Dr. Jonathan Lubin
Assistant Professor of Public Administration
Research and Teaching Interests: Professor Lubin received his Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida State University in July 2020, focusing on regional governing organizations and transportation planning. His dissertation entitled Metropolitan Planning Organizations: The Usage of Regional Organizations and Coordination examines the role of regional organizations when influencing coordination and planning decisions based on their organizational and institutional makeup. Professor Lubin also holds a Master of Public Administration degree from American University and Bachelor of Science degrees in Political Science and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences from Florida State University. His research primarily focuses on the activities of regional and local governing organizations and their potential to solve collective action problems regarding issues spanning beyond a single jurisdiction. Professor Lubin previously worked as a legislative analyst for the State of Florida’s Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA), where he provided data, evaluative research, and objective analysis that assisted legislative budget and policy deliberations on a variety of topics including insurance fraud and economic development and incentive programs. In Spring 2023, he joined the faculty at Georgia Southern University, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in ethics, public administration, and research methodology.
Last updated: 2/23/2023