Philip Joyce is senior associate dean and professor of public policy in the University of Maryland School of Public Policy. Joyce’s teaching and research interests include public budgeting, performance measurement, and intergovernmental relations. He is the author of "The Congressional Budget Office: Honest Numbers, Power, and Policymaking" (Georgetown University Press, 2011), and coauthor of two books—"Government Performance: Why Management Matters" (Johns Hopkins, 2003) and "Public Budgeting Systems, 9th Edition" (Jones and Bartlett, 2013). He is the author of more than 50 other publications (including book chapters and articles), appearing in outlets such as the Public Administration Review, Public Budgeting & Finance, The Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Administration and Society, and the Handbook of Government Budgeting. His 1993 article, “Using Performance Measures for Federal Budgeting: Proposals and Prospects” was reprinted in Classics of Public Administration (1997). Joyce is a former Editor of Public Budgeting and Finance, is a past president of the American Association and Budget and Program Analysis and is a past chair of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA)’s Center on Accountability and Performance (CAP).
He received his Ph.D. from the Maxwell School, his M.P.A. from Penn State University, and his B.A. from Thiel College.