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Ph.D., Northwestern University
M.A., Northwestern University
B.A., Marquette University
Dr. Joshua-Paul Miles, Ph.D., investigates interorganizational networks across organizational domains. Specifically, his work aims to identify how interorganizational networks can effectively address interconnected and complex problem spaces. Some of these areas include nonprofit-corporate partnerships, community-based coalitions, and systems and technologies of care. Dr. Miles’ work emphasizes the power of people, technology, and collaboration to create successful cross-sector outcomes that benefit various stakeholders. The goal of his work is to inform and support community-driven solutions that lead to social impact. In addition to strategic communication and network science, his research contributes knowledge and is used in various fields, such as public administration, social work, community development, philanthropy, and management science.
Academy of Management
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action
National Communication Association
Miles, J.-P., Boyer, A., & Shumate, M. (Accepted). Empowering Practices in Education-Focused Coalitions: An Examination using Fuzzy-Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis. Community Development Journal.
Gibson, Z., Escallon-Barrios, M., Miles, J.-P., Annis, C., Carboni, J., Smilowitz, K., & Cantor, G. (2022). Beyond Network Effectiveness: The Case for Network Efficiency and Accuracy. Institute for Policy Research.
Shumate, M., Dougherty, S., Miles, J.-P., Boyer, A. M., Wang, R., Gibson, Z., & Cooper, K. (2022) Network Effectiveness in Context. Institute for Policy Research.
Carboni, J., Annis , C., Armstrong , N., Cantor , G., Escallon-Barrios, M., Gibson, Z., Miles, J.-P., & Shumate , M. (2022). (rep.). Collaborative Networks: The Next Frontier in Data Driven Management (pp. 1–49). Washington, DC: IBM Center for the Business of Government