Dr. Mohr’s research focuses on cost accounting and organizational control. His work uses a variety of statistical and research methods, including experiments, structural equation models, hierarchical models, non-parametric statistics, network analysis, and qualitative methods. In his free time he likes to mountain bike and go to the beach.
Book (complete CV here: MOHR_VITA2017)
Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications 2017. Routledge.
Recent Journal Articles
Bureaucratic accountability in third-party governance: Experimental evidence of blame attribution during times of budgetary crisis. (forthcoming with Jaclyn Piatak and Suzanne Leland) Public Administration.
Cost Accounting at the Service Level: A Transaction Cost Analysis 2017. Public Administration Quarterly 41(1), 89-127.
“Performance Measurement and Cost Accounting: Are they competing or complementary systems of control?” 2016. Public Administration Review
The podcast can be found here and an interesting discussion in a blog is here.
New Initiatives Grants in Election Science MIT Election Data and Science Lab (2017) “How Much Are We Spending on Election Administration?” Amount funded $19,895 ( with Martha Kropf, Mary Jo Shepherd, & JoEllen Pope).
UNC Charlotte College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Small Grant Program (2016) “Certified Government Financial Manager” Amount funded $1,100
- MPAD6187 Public Management Problem Solving – MPA Capstone Course
- MPAD6126 Data Analysis for Decision Making
- MPAD6350 Public Financial Management
- MPAD6352 Public Financial Reporting
- PUAD435 (University of Kansas) Generating, Allocating, and Managing Public Resources