Faculty: Joaquin Gonzalez
- Professor and Chair
Department of Public Administration
- San Francisco
Dr. Jay Gonzalez is a Mayor George Christopher Professor of Government and Society as well as a Russell T. Sharpe Professor of Business. He is the author and editor of 10 books, 20 books chapters, and 30 journal articles, including International Migration Review, Asian Journal of Public Administration, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Indian Journal of Public Administration, and Pacific Focus. His publications have been translated in Chinese, Korean, and Spanish.
RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
- Public and Nonprofit Management
- Governance and Anti-corruption
- Domestic and International Immigration Policies
- International Politics
- Asian and American studies
- Global Security and Development Studies
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Faith and Civic Engagement
- PhD, University of Utah
- MPH, University of the Philippines-Diliman
- BA, History and Political Science, De La Salle University
- Graduate Certificate in Public Administration, University of Utah
- Advanced Studies in Economics, World Bank Institute
PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE
- 2000 - Present: Golden Gate University, full time faculty
- National Advisor, The Pew Charitable Trust, Washington, DC
- Commissioner of Immigrant Rights, City and County of San Francisco, California
- Research Director, Institute On Governance, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Ottawa, Canada
- Consultant and Trainer: The World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Governments of China, the Philippines, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia
- Immigration and American Cities (McFarland Publishing, forthcoming)
- Diaspora Diplomacy: Philippine Migration and its Soft Power Influences. Mill City Press and De La Salle University Publishing, December 2011.
- Religion at the Corner of Bliss and Nirvana: Politics, Identity, and Faith in New Migrant Communities. Duke University Press, September 2009.
- Filipino American Faith in Action: Immigration, Religion, and Civic Engagement. New York University Press, February 2009.
- Success Secrets to Maximize Business in the Philippines. Times Publishing, English & Chinese editions, September 2008.
- Opting for Partnership: Governance Innovations in Southeast Asia. Institute On Southeast Asian Studies, January 2000.
- Representative, Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration
- Member, American Society for Public Administration
- Member, International City/County Management Association
- Board Member and Past President, West Bay Pilipino Multi-Services Center
- President, Pilipino Senior Resource Center
HONORS & AWARDS
- Judith E. Browning Award for Outstanding Teaching, 2008
- Outstanding Scholarship of Application, Integration, and Discovery Award, 2006
- Adjunct Professor of Politics and Asian Studies, University of San Francisco
- Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration, National University of San Francisco
- Visiting Professor of International Politics, University of International Business and Economics (China) and Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines)