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Andrew Sullivan is an assistant professor in the School of Public Administration, joining in 2022. His research focuses on collaborative governance, homelessness, and public finance. His research has been published in journals including Journal of Public Administration Theory and Research, Public Management Review, Urban Studies, Urban Affairs Review, and Cities. He earned his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration from the University of Kentucky in 2021. He received his B.S.B.A. in economics and B.A. in theological studies from Saint Louis University.

Areas of Expertise

  • Nonprofit Management
  • Collaborative Governance
  • Homeless Services


  • Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration, University of Kentucky
  • B.S.B.A. in Economics, Saint Louis University
  • B.A. Theological Studies, Saint Louis University


In my research, I empirically study collaborative governance, inter-governmental relations, and housing policy, often where the federal government funds a service provided at the local level. I also examine how incentives shape organizational behavior and performance. My primary research focuses on housing policy, particularly the case of homelessness and homeless services. In doing so, I connect research from public and nonprofit finance and competition and collaboration in the public sector with that on housing and urban policy.

Research Interests

  • Nonprofit Management
  • Collaborative Governance
  • Homeless Services
  • Public Finance


  • PAD 7756: Quantitative Methods for Public Administration & Policy II
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