PMRC 2019: PUBLIC MANAGEMENT RESEARCH CONFERENCE (PMRC)
PROGRAM

Days: Tuesday, June 11th Wednesday, June 12th Thursday, June 13th Friday, June 14th

Tuesday, June 11th

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08:30-16:00 Session 1: Doctoral Student Professional Development Workshop

Organizers

Robert Christensen, Brigham Young University

Kirk Emerson, The University of Arizona

Mary K Feeney, Arizona State University

Kelly LeRoux, The University of Illinois at Chicago

Stephanie Moulton, The Ohio State University

Bradley E Wright, University of Georgia

Chair:
Bradley Wright (University of Georgia, United States)
Location: 2402
09:00-13:00 Session 2A: Research on Collaborative Governance: Toward More Cohesive Concepts and Methods
Chair:
Stephen Page (University of Washington, United States)
Location: 2321
09:00
Stephen Page (University of Washington, United States)
Kirk Emerson (University of Arizona, United States)
Tina Nabatchi (Syracuse University, United States)
Craig Thomas (University of Washington, United States)
Brint Milward (University of Arizona, United States)
Yan Tang (University of Southern California, United States)
Tanya Heikkila (University of Colorado - Denver, United States)
Research on Collaborative Governance: Toward More Cohesive Concepts and Methods (abstract)
09:00-16:30 Session 2B: Methods Innovation in Public Administration and Management
Chairs:
Lotte Bøgh Andersen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Nathan Favero (American University, United States)
Location: 2401
09:00
Nathan Favero (American University, United States)
Asmus Leth Olsen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Lotte Bøgh Andersen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Methods Innovation in Public Administration and Management (abstract)
10:00-15:00 Session 3: Public Management in the Context of Multilevel Uncertainty
Chair:
Petra van den Bekerom (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Location: 3301
10:00
Petra van den Bekerom (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Bernard Bernards (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Marieke van der Hoek (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Kenneth Meier (American University, United States)
Public management in the context of multilevel uncertainty (abstract)
12:00-16:30 Session 4: Advancing Race and Gender Scholarship in Public Policy and Administration
Chair:
Sanjay Pandey (The George Washington University, United States)
Location: 2403
12:00
Norma Riccucci (Rutgers University, United States)
Sanjay Pandey (The George Washington University, United States)
Kathryn Newcomer (The George Washington University, United States)
Jasmine Johnson (The George Washington University, United States)
Leisha DeHart-Davis (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Advancing Race and Gender Scholarship in Public Policy and Administration (abstract)
12:30-18:15 Session 5: Behavioral Science in Government: Nudging Outward and Inward to Bridge the Academic-Practitioner Divide
Chair:
Sebastian Jillke (Rutgers University- Newark, United States)
Location: 3108
12:30
Anjali Chainani (City of Philadelphia, United States)
Sebastian Jilke (Rutgers University, United States)
Elizabeth Linos (University of California, Berkeley, United States)
Behavioral Science in Government: Nudging Outward and Inward to Bridge the Academic-Practitioner Divide (abstract)
13:00-17:15 Session 6: Financial Dimensions of Public Organization Performance and Theory
Chair:
Zachary Mohr (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Location: 1300
13:00
Zachary Mohr (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Ileana Steccolini (Newcastel University London, UK)
Financial Dimensions of Public Organization Performance and Theory (abstract)
Wednesday, June 12th

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08:30-10:00 Session 7A: Performance in the Public Sector
Chair:
David Ammons (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Location: 1300
08:30
Yixin Liu (Florida State University, United States)
Chengxin Xu (Rutgers University, United States)
Social Contagion in Policy Performance Evaluation: Evidence from a Survey Experiment (abstract)
08:50
Jiaqi Liang (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)
Liang Ma (Renmin University of China, China)
Economic Dominance, Goal Dynamics of Local Governments, and Organizational Environmental Performance (abstract)
09:10
Fei Wang (American University, United States)
Jocelyn Johnston (American University, United States)
Avoiding the Lock-Up: Probation Governance and Performance (abstract)
09:30
Johabed Olvera Esquivel (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Reducing Maternal and Infant Mortality Rates Through Home Visits: The Role of Street-level Bureaucrats’ Skills (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7B: Financial Management within Nonprofits
Chair:
Kelly LeRoux (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)
Location: 2102
08:30
Mirae Kim (Georgia State University, United States)
Bo Li (Georgia State University, United States)
Ethnic minority disadvantage in the nonprofit sector: Variations in the financial health of racial/ethnic serving nonprofits (abstract)
08:50
Jiahuan Lu (Rutgers University, United States)
Jongmin Shon (Rutgers University, United States)
Pengju Zhang (Rutgers University, United States)
How Do Nonprofits Fail? The Financial Causes of Organizational Failure (abstract)
09:10
Nara Yoon (Syracuse University, United States)
Michah Rothbart (Syracuse University, United States)
Do Minimum Charity Care Provision Laws Work? Evidence from a Panel Study on Illinois' Nonprofit, Government and For-Profit Hospitals (abstract)
09:30
Min-Hyu Kim (Arizona State University, China)
Shin Do Kim (University of Seoul, South Korea)
Do counties with greater nonprofit fundraising participate more actively in politics? A longitudinal study of nonprofit organizations’ fundraising and the level of political participation in the U.S. counties (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7C: Co-Production and the Delivery of Public Services
Chair:
Kelechi Uzochukwu (University of Baltimore, United States)
Location: Law 4085
08:30
Mohamad Alkadry (University of Connecticut, United States)
Evelyn Trammell (Florida International University, United States)
Ana-Maria Dimand (Florida International University, United States)
Social Capital, Political Values or Organizational Capacity? Indicators of Engagement in Sustainable Procurement at the Local Level (abstract)
08:50
Manny Teodoro (Texas A&M University, United States)
Youlang Zhang (Texas A&M University, United States)
David Switzer (University of Missouri, United States)
In the Green Panopticon: Coproduction as Political Behavior (abstract)
09:10
Sunggeun Park (University of Michigan, United States)
Strengths and Limitations of Peer-based Co-production: The Case of Substance Use Disorder Treatment Units in the United States (abstract)
09:30
Benjamin Y. Clark (University of Oregon, United States)
Jeffrey Brudney (University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States)
Does How You Move Shape How You Coproduce? Transportation modes and coproduction (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7D: The Effects of Representative Bureaucracy
Chair:
Jill Nicholson-Crotty (School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, United States)
Location: 2401
08:30
Lael Keiser (University of Missouri, United States)
Susan Miller (University of South Carolina, United States)
Neutral Competence in Action?: Representative Bureaucracy, Automation, and Policy Enforcement (abstract)
08:50
Anita Dhillon (American University, United States)
Representative Bureaucracy in India?: An empirical study on the impact of gender representativeness among street level bureaucrats in India (abstract)
09:10
Marcelo Marchesini da Costa (Insper, Brazil)
Mario Aquino Alves (FGV, Brazil)
Marcus Vinícius Peinado Gomes (University of Exeter Business School, UK)
Representative Bureaucracy in the Tropics (abstract)
09:30
Michaela Assouline (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Sharon Gilad (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
When do Female Welfare Applicants Elicit Bureaucratic Support? (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7E: Public Management Challenges in the Presences of Contracting and Public Private Partnerships
Chair:
Suzanne Leland (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Location: 2403
08:30
Zach Huitink (Syracuse University, United States)
David Van Slyke (Syracuse University, United States)
Contract Design in Variable Environments: Integrating Transaction Cost Economics and Resource Dependence Theory (abstract)
08:50
Caio César De Medeiros-Costa (University of Brasilia, Brazil)
Sandro Cabral (INSPER, Brazil)
The role of past contract sanctions on future contracting enforcement (abstract)
09:10
Keith Baker (Independent Scholar, United States)
Ellen Rubin (Independent Scholar, United States)
Stephen Weinberg (Independent Scholar, United States)
What’s representation got to do with it? A survey experiment comparing public reactions to diversity among government employees and government contractors (abstract)
09:30
Iseul Choi (Independent Scholar, United States)
Contracting Out for Performance on Democratic-Constitutional Values and Procedural Tasks in Federal Agencies (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7F: HCM Strategies and Processes
Chair:
Jared Llorens (Louisiana State University, United States)
Location: 3108
08:30
Leonor Camarena (Arizona State University, United States)
Federica Fusi (Arizona State University, United States)
Always connected: Impact of ICTs on Public Managers’ Work-Life Balance (abstract)
08:50
Heather Getha-Taylor (University of Kansas, United States)
Justin Moen (University of Kansas, United States)
Municipal Human Capital Management Strategies: Navigating the High and Low Road of Public Performance (abstract)
09:10
Toby Egan (University of Maryland, United States)
Strategic Line of Sight and Managerial Coaching: A Study of US Federal Employees and their Managers (abstract)
09:30
Nathalie Amorim Perret Gentil Dit Maillard (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Joel Souza Dutra (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Succession Planning in the Brazilian Public Financial Institutions (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7G: Structuring the Public Organization
Chair:
Julie Langer (Northern Illinois University, United States)
Location: 3301
08:30
Sukumar Ganapati (Florida International University, United States)
Entrepreneurial Role of Chief Innovation Officers in State and Local Governments (abstract)
08:50
Khaldoun Abouassi (American University, United States)
Suyeon Jo (Syracuse University, United States)
Tina Nabatchi (Syracuse University, United States)
Process and Organizational Characteristics Impacting the Administration of FOIA (abstract)
09:10
Julia Fleischer (University of Potsdam, Germany)
POLITICAL EXECUTIVES AND AGENCY STRUCTURE (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7H: Collaboration to Mitigate Climate Change
Chair:
Branda Nowell (North Carolina State University, United States)
Location: Law 4004
08:30
Morgan Higman (Florida State University, United States)
Corey Xu (Florida State University, United States)
Sustainable, Resilient: Strategic city responses to climate change (abstract)
08:50
Vaiva Kalesnikaite (Independent Scholar, United States)
Milena Neshkova (Florida International University, United States)
Collaborative Activity and the Severity of Sea Level Rise Threat: Evidence from Coastal Cities (abstract)
09:10
Wen-Chi Shie (Florida State University, Taiwan)
Ralph Brower (Florida State University, United States)
Collaboration Dynamics for Sustainable Community Development: Examining the Network Trajectories and Aquaculture Stakeholders in Rural Coastal Communities (abstract)
09:30
Yuan Cheng (Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, United States)
James Farmer (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Does Collaboration Enable Local Governments to Plan to Adapt to Climate Change? Empirical Evidence from U.S. Municipal Parks and Recreation Departments (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 7I: Collaborative Policy Implementation across Multiple Governance Levels
Chair:
Brint Milward (University of Arizona, United States)
Location: 2402
08:30
Hee Soun Jang (University of North Texas, United States)
Jesus Valero (University of Utah, United States)
Jihoon Jeong (University of North Texas, United States)
A Study of Cross-Sector Collaboration for Homeless Medical Services: Effective Collaboration Measured and Tested (abstract)
08:48
Jesus Valero (University of Utah, United States)
David Lee (University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States)
Does Choice of Governance Model Matter in the Performance of local Homelessness Collaborative Networks? (abstract)
09:06
Elizabeth Baldwin (University of Arizona, United States)
Kirk Emerson (University of Arizona, United States)
M. Sofia Rodríguez-McGoffin (University of Arizona, United States)
Minwoo Ahn (University of Arizona, United States)
Environmental Management and National Security on the U.S.-Mexico Border: A study of conflict, cooperation, and joint implementation among federal agencies with divergent missions (abstract)
09:24
Jennifer Mosley (University of Chicago, United States)
Jade Wong (University of Chicago, United States)
Decision-Making in Collaborative Governance Networks: Distinguishing Between Input, Throughput, and Output Legitimacy (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8A: Collaborative Networks in Local Government
Chair:
Qian Hu (University of Central Florida, United States)
Location: 2402
10:15
Jocelyn Johnston (American University, United States)
Zachary Bauer (American University, United States)
Governing Immigration Detention: How & Why Do Localities Collaborate With ICE? (abstract)
10:35
Manoj Shrestha (University of Idaho, United States)
Chien-Shih Huang (Florida State University, United States)
Local Governance Networks – A Review of Current Scholarship and an Agenda for the Future (abstract)
10:55
Brian An (University of Southern California, United States)
Collaborative Public Management and Inclusive Powersharing: How Institutional Change Contributes to Equitable Development (abstract)
11:15
Hongtao Yi (The Ohio State University, United States)
City Managers as Agents of Change: The Agent Network Diffusion Model (abstract)
11:35
Alex Teixeira (National Treasure of Brazil; University of Brasilia and Mackenzie University., Brazil)
Greisson Pereira (University of Alberta and Bank of Brazil, Brazil)
Ricardo Gomes (University of Brasilia, Brazil)
PUBLIC CONSORTIUMS BETWEEN BRAZILIAN MUNICIPALITIES AND THE IMPROVEMENT OF FISCAL MANAGEMENT INDICATORS: A STUDY WITH PANEL DATA (2006-2016) (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8B: Public Management Research in the Local Government Context
Chair:
Maureen Berner (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Location: 1300
10:15
Kimberly Nelson (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Whitney Afonso (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Understanding Change in Form of Government: Analyzing the Timing and Success of Change in Form (abstract)
10:35
Riccardo Novaro (Bocconi University, Italy)
Greta Nasi (Bocconi University, Italy)
Maria Cucciniello (Bocconi University, Italy)
Information and its framing: is it relevant in the whistleblowing context? Evidence from an experimental setting in the public sector. (abstract)
10:55
Nicole Darnall (Arizona State University, United States)
Stuart Bretschneider (Arizona State University, United States)
Lily Hsueh (Arizona State University, United States)
A Framework for Understanding Sustainable Public Purchasing (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8C: Nonprofit Structure and Capacity
Chair:
Beth Gazley (Indiana University-Bloomington, United States)
Location: 2102
10:15
Alisa Moldavanova (Wayne State University, United States)
Nathaniel Wright (Texas Tech University, United States)
How Nonprofit Arts Organizations Sustain Communities: Examining the Relationship between Organizational Structure and Community Sustainability (abstract)
10:35
Jeb Beagles (Syracuse University, United States)
THE NETWORK GOVERNANCE STRUCTURES OF HUMANITARIAN INGOs AND THE CONTINGENCY FACTORS EXPLAINING THEIR ADOPTION. (abstract)
10:55
Jihye Jung (School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver, United States)
Openness in Grantmaking and Organizational Capacity: Understanding Foundation Transparency (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8D: Policy Implementation: Pragmatic and Political Considerations
Chair:
Stephanie Moulton (The Ohio State University, United States)
Location: Law 4085
10:15
Brittney Moulton (Florida State University, United States)
Dr. Fran Berry (Florida State University, United States)
Do Early Adopters Save Money? Examining the Impacts of adoption of State Medicaid expansion under ACA (abstract)
10:35
Lael Keiser (University of Missorui, United States)
Cody Drolc (University of Missouri, United States)
Improving Implementation by Increasing Agency and Legislative Capacity: the Case of Social Security Disability Backlogs (abstract)
10:55
Elizabeth Bell (The University of Oklahoma, United States)
Kylie Smith (The University of Oklahoma, United States)
Perspectives from the Front-line: Street-level Bureaucrats, Administrative Burden and Access to Oklahoma’s Promise (abstract)
11:15
Teshanee Williams (North Carolina State University, United States)
Krista Kenney (North Carolina State University, United States)
Jason Coupet (North Carolina State University, United States)
The politics of implementation: Egocentric value maximization as strategic action (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8E: Representative Bureaucracy as Organizational Dynamic
Chair:
Carl Stenberg (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Location: 2401
10:15
Daniel Fay (Florida State University, United States)
Organizational Advocacy: Representation in Cases of Sexual Assault (abstract)
10:35
Jill Nicholson-Crotty (School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, United States)
Sean Nicholson-Crotty (School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, United States)
Danyao Li (School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, United States)
Race, Sympathy, and Representation among Public Employees (abstract)
10:55
David Blanding (American University, United States)
Steven Putansu (American University, United States)
Representative Bureaucracy and Workforce Climate: Evidence from the Federal Government (abstract)
11:15
Patrick Hibbard (Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, United States)
Lisa Blomgren Amsler (Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, United States)
Michael Scott Jackman (Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, United States)
Alexander Avtgis (Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, United States)
Representative Bureaucracy and Organizational Justice in Mediation (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8F: Leadership as Organizational Antecedent
Chair:
Lotte Bøgh Andersen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Location: 2403
10:15
Joris van der Voet (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Bram Steijn (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Alissa van Zijl (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Bernard Bernards (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Leadership and learning in public sector teams: Structural and social leader distance (abstract)
10:35
Bernard Bernards (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Uncertainty reduction in post-bureaucratic organizations: The role of leadership and teamwork (abstract)
10:55
Willow Jacobson (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Barry Posner (Santa Clara University, United States)
Charles Lehmuller (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Risky Business?: Examining Public Sector Leaders Engagement of Entrepreneurial Behaviors (abstract)
11:15
Mehmet Akif Demircioglu (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Zeger Van der Wal (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
What Really Drives Public Sector Innovation? An empirical study into the effects of leadership support and agency culture on realized innovation (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8G: Institutions, Mission and Reputation in Public Management
Chair:
Petra van den Bekerom (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Location: 3108
10:15
Jurgen Willems (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Silke Boenigk (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Lewis Faulk (American University, United States)
How does mission valence of public service organizations moderate stakeholder trust breaches and forgivingness in public service crisis situations? (abstract)
10:35
Vera Leijtens (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
The underlying dynamics of institutional crises: The case of the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration (abstract)
10:55
Roger Qiyuan Jin (University of Georgia, United States)
Politicization and Bureaucratic Reputation – Testing a Model Using Twitter Data (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8H: Roles and Behavior in Street Level Bureaucracies
Chair:
Jenny Lewis (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Location: 3301
10:15
Kristen Carroll (Vanderbilt University, United States)
James Wright (Florida State University, United States)
Andrea Headley (University of California Berkeley, Ohio State University, United States)
Doing too much?: Bureaucratic Role Expectations and School Resource Officers (abstract)
10:35
Søren C. Winter (VIVE - The Danish Center for Social Science Research, Denmark)
Peter R. Skov (VIVE - The Danish Center for Social Science Research, Denmark)
Maria F. Mikkelsen (VIVE - The Danish Center for Social Science Research, Denmark)
Impacts of Leader Communication on Street-Level Bureaucratic Behaviors (abstract)
10:55
Subodh Wagle (CTARA, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India)
Asawari Tulshi (CTARA, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India)
Sneha Swami (CPS, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India)
The Crisis of Reliability and Quality of Electricity Supply in India: The Role of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Public Utilities (abstract)
11:15
Minsung Michael Kang (Independent Scholar, United States)
Lucy C. Sorensen (Independent Scholar, United States)
How Do Accountability Systems Affect Frontline Public Service Empowerment? Evidence from North Carolina Teachers (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 8I: Innovative Methods in Public Management Research
Chair:
Justin Stritch (Arizona State University, United States)
Location: Law 4004
10:15
Bin Chen (Independent Scholar, United States)
Liang Ma (Renmin University of China, China)
Unlocking Causal Complexity: Applying Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to Public and Nonprofit Management Studies (abstract)
10:35
Simon Calmar Andersen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Ulrik Hvidman (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Implementation of Reading Interventions at Scale (abstract)
10:55
Shugo Shinohara (International University of Japan, Japan)
The Retrospective Pretest Design: An Alternative Experimental Approach to the Pretest-Posttest Design (abstract)
11:15
Kathryn Hendren (George Washington University, United States)
Nicole Sumner (George Washington University, United States)
Margaret Smith (George Washington University, United States)
Sanjay K. Pandey (George Washington University, United States)
Kathryn Newcomer (George Washington University, United States)
Mixed Methods Studies in Public Administration and Public Policy: Exploring the Value of a Qualitative Way of Thinking (abstract)
12:15-13:15 Session 9: Public Management Research Association Journal Editors Panel
Chairs:
Kirk Emerson (University of Arizona, United States)
Mary Feeney (Arizona State University, United States)
Location: 2401
14:00-15:30 Session 10A: A Cross-National Look at the Promise, Progress and Future of Social Impact Bonds and Pay for Success
Chair:
Katherine Willoughby (University of Georgia, United States)
Location: 2601
14:00
Carolyn J. Heinrich (Vanderbilt University, United States)
Sarah E. Kabourek (Vanderbilt University, United States)
Pay for Success Development in the U.S.: Feasible or Failing to Launch? (abstract)
14:30
Clare Fitzgerald (University of Oxford, UK)
‘Making’ SIBs: The design and administration of outcomes funds in the UK (abstract)
14:48
Jesse Hajer (University of Manitoba, Canada)
Motivations and constraints in context: The implications of high non-profit participation in Social Impact Bond service delivery (abstract)
15:06
Joseph Cordes (Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, The George Washington University, United States)
Sheela Pandey (School of Business Administration, Pennsylvania State University Harrisburg, United States)
Sanjay Pandey (Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public, The George Washington University Administration, United States)
The Potential of Social Impact Bonds for Addressing Social Problems: Lessons Learned from the United States (abstract)
15:24
Mildred Warner (Cornell University, United States)
Allison Tse (Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, United States)
Outputs, Not Outcomes: Does SIB Market Discipline Narrow Social Rights? (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10B: Performance as Measurement and Outcome
Chair:
Alexander Kroll (Florida International University, United States)
Location: 1300
14:00
Wouter Van Dooren (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
Sabine Rys (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
Does Party Identification influence the Impact of Performance Information? Evidence from a large survey experiment in the field (abstract)
14:20
Can Chen (Florida International University, United States)
Carla Flink (American University, United States)
The Effect of Financial Resources on Public Organizational Performance: A Meta-Analysis (abstract)
14:40
Fei Wang (American University, United States)
Jourdan Davis (American University, United States)
Anna Amirkhanyan (American University, United States)
Kenneth Meier (American University, Cardiff University School of Business, Leiden University, United States)
The Impact of the CMS National Background Check Program on Performance in US Nursing Homes (abstract)
15:00
Steven Van de Walle (Public Governance Institute, KU Leuven, Belgium)
Do performance rankings enable or constrain informed decision-making? An eye-tracking experiment (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10C: Impact of the Fiscal Stress on Financial Management
Chair:
David Matkin (Brigham Young University, United States)
Location: 2102
14:00
Cary Christian (Georgia Southern University, United States)
Small cities and the Great Recession: The impact of varying revenue preferences and coping mechanisms (abstract)
14:20
Michael Hayes (Rutgers University, United States)
Cutback management following the Great Recession: Is it cost-effective to switch to a four-day school week? (abstract)
14:40
David Matkin (Brigham Young University, United States)
Youngsung Kim (Independent Scholar, United States)
The effect of financial condition on fiscal accountability: Evidence from New York counties (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10D: Citizens' Willingness to Coproduce
Chair:
Madinah Hamidullah (Rutgers University, United States)
Location: Law 4085
14:00
Carmela Barbera (SDA Bocconi, Italy)
Alessandro Sancino (The Open University, UK)
Mariafrancesca Sicilia (University of Bergamo, Italy)
Social norms, rewards, and citizens’ willingness to coproduce (abstract)
14:20
Seong Kang (New Mexico State University, United States)
Brian Williams (University of Virginia, United States)
Coproducing Public Services: Citizen Perceptions, Race, and Neighborhood Context on Willingness to Coproduce (abstract)
14:40
Morten Hjortskov (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Simon Zacher Kjeldsen (Ramboll Management Consulting, Denmark)
Emil Sydendal Hansen (Struensee & Co., Denmark)
Small-scale Coproduction? A Field Experiment on Nudging Citizens’ Health Habits (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10E: Dissecting Thorny Diversity and Inclusion Challenges
Chair:
Shannon Portillo (University of Kansas, United States)
Location: 2401
14:00
Jessica Sherrod Hale (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Emily Finchum-Mason (University of Washington, United States)
Governing for Whom? The Link Between Governance, Segregation, and the Achievement Gap in North Carolina's Charter Schools (abstract)
14:20
Ulrich Jensen (Arizona State University, United States)
Kendall Funk (Arizona State University, United States)
Angel Molina (Arizona State University, United States)
Justin Stritch (Arizona State University, United States)
Role Incongruity or Expectancy Disconfirmation? The Role of Gender in Performance Evaluations (abstract)
14:40
Grant Blume (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, University of Washington, United States)
Institutional racism in the United States as a wicked problem in public management (abstract)
15:00
Erynn Beaton (The Ohio State University, United States)
Rebecca Smith (The Ohio State University, United States)
Women’s Experiences with Sexual Misconduct in Nonprofit & Public Organizations (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10F: Advancing Theory on Networks and Collaborative Governance
Chair:
David Lee (University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States)
Location: 2402
14:00
Lauren McKeague (Virginia Tech, United States)
Robin Lemaire (Virginia Tech, United States)
Network Neutrality: Using Network Administrative Organizations to Achieve Balance in Multi-Sectoral Networks (abstract)
14:20
Seulki Lee (New York University, United States)
Symbolic Representation in Collaborative Governance: An Experimental Study (abstract)
14:40
Kate Albrecht (North Carolina State University, United States)
To connect or not to connect? Examining the evolutionary dynamics of shared membership in network domains (abstract)
15:00
Joaquin Herranz (Evans School, UW, United States)
Quadruple Bottom Line Performance for Multisectoral Networks: A Theoretical Framework (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10G: Public Private Partnerships 
Chair:
Keith Baker (Independent Scholar, United States)
Location: 2403
14:00
Daniel Fay (Florida State University, United States)
Staci Zavattaro (University of Central Florida, United States)
Public branding-partnerships: Universities as incubators of change across sectors (abstract)
14:20
Christina Economy (University of Oxford, UK)
More than just a clash of cultures: Using a social impact bond to deliver multi-systemic therapy in Essex, UK (abstract)
14:40
Xuhong Su (University of South Carolina, United States)
Xiangming Hu (Beihang University, China)
Liying Zhang (Beihang University, China)
Being a partner in environmental governance? Understanding institutional and program dynamics (abstract)
15:00
Alfonso Maselli (Bocconi University, Italy)
Anthony Michael Bertelli (Bocconi University and NYU, Italy)
Eleanor Florence Woodhouse (Bocconi University, Italy)
EU Accession and Public-Private Partnerships (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10H: Organizational Dimensions of Public Management
Chair:
Anders Villadsen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Location: 3108
14:00
Naon Min (Florida State University, United States)
Felt publicness and its dimensions (abstract)
14:20
Petra van den Bekerom (Leiden University, Netherlands)
The effect of environmental dynamism on internal and external management (abstract)
14:40
Sarah Maria Lysdal Krøtel (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Kasper Elmholdt (Aalborg University, Denmark)
Jeppe Agger Nielsen (Aalborg University, Denmark)
New Life for Old Ideas: Explaining the Widespread Adoption of a Weberian-inspired Leadership Model in Danish Municipalities (abstract)
15:00
Antonio Vera (German Police University, Germany)
Jan Thews (German Police University, Germany)
Migration and Organizational Change in the Public Sector: A Qualitative Study in the German Police Forces (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10I: Clients and Street-Level Bureaucrats
Chair:
Kristen Carroll (Vanderbilt University, United States)
Location: 3301
14:00
Didde Cramer Jensen (Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen - and - The Danish Center for Social Science Research, Denmark)
The Effect of Clients’ Behaviour on Street-Level Bureaucratic Outcome: Testing to what Extent Different Behavioural Styles Applied by Clients Affect Street-Level Bureaucrats' Decision-Making (abstract)
14:20
Noortje de Boer (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Trait Assessments of Street-Level Bureaucrats by Citizens: An Experiment (abstract)
14:40
Alexander Henderson (Marist College, United States)
Erin Borry (University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States)
Perceiving Worthiness: Empathy and Expertise in Patient Assessment (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 10J: Collaboration in Environmental Protection
Chair:
Richard Feiock (Florida State University, United States)
Location: Law 4004
14:00
Evan Mistur (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
Organizational Implications of Collaborative Environmental Management (abstract)
14:20
Chen Huang (Huazhong Agriculture University, China)
Hongtao Yi (The Ohio State University, United States)
Yingxu Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
Shiying Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
A comparative research on collaborative water governance in China (abstract)
14:40
Shiming Zheng (South China University of Technology, China)
Kaifang Luo (Central South University, China)
Guimin Zheng (Korea University, China)
Linking Managerial Practices in Collaborative Process with Environmental Outcomes: Evidence from China's Joint Prevention and Control of Atmospheric Pollution Programs (abstract)
15:00
Lingyi Zhou (Tsinghua University, China)
Shaowei Chen (Hunan University, China)
Who works better? Comparing the effectiveness of heterogeneous collaboration forms on air pollution in China (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11A: Politics and Policy
Chair:
Amanda Girth (The Ohio State University, United States)
Location: 1300
15:45
Mellie Haider (Texas A&M University, United States)
Does Primacy Improve Environmental Management in Indian Country? (abstract)
16:05
Pablo Sanabria (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, Colombia)
Camilo Gonzalez (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, Colombia)
Exploring the politics-civil service interface and its implications for organizational capacity (abstract)
16:25
Neal Woods (University of South Carolina, United States)
The Effects of Statutory Constraints on Bureaucratic Policymaking (abstract)
16:45
Christine Palus (Villanova University, United States)
Susan Yackee (University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States)
The Political Foundations of Bureaucratic Policy Autonomy (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11B: Public-Nonprofit Partnerships and Distinctions
Chair:
Alisa Moldavanova (Wayne State University, United States)
Location: 2102
15:45
Jesse Lecy (Arizona State University, United States)
Francisco Santamarina (University of Washington Evans School, United States)
David Van Slyke (Maxwell School of Syracuse University, United States)
Eric Van Holm (Arizona State University, United States)
The Political Economy of Nonprofit Mission (abstract)
16:05
Hui Li (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Shui-Yan Tang (University of Southern California, United States)
Carlos Lo (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Economic Stakeholders, Funding Configurations, and NGO Strategies (abstract)
16:25
Eva Witesman (Brigham Young University, United States)
Curtis Child (Brigham Young University, United States)
Chris Silvia (Brigham Young University, United States)
The Marginal Market Value of Nonprofitness (abstract)
16:45
Lauren Hamilton Edwards (University of Maryland, Baltimore County, United States)
Jessica Sowa (University of Baltimore, United States)
Stephanie Dolamore (University of Baltimore, United States)
Evolving Public and Nonprofit Relations: Exploring the Purpose of Police Foundations (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11C: Implementation of Policy and Management
Chair:
Larry O'Toole (University of Georgia, United States)
Location: Law 4085
15:45
Stuart Bretschneider (Arizona State University, United States)
Justin Stritch (Arizona State University, United States)
Nicole Darnall (Arizona State University, United States)
Malcolm Goggin (Arizona State University, United States)
A Theory of Implementation Designed to Explain Implementation Performance applied to the case of Implementing Sustainable Procurement Policy in US Local Governments (abstract)
16:03
Jodi Sandford (Univeristy of Minnesota, United States)
Stephanie Moulton (The Ohio State University, United States)
Replication or Innovation? Exploring Social Skill and Structuration in Policy Implementation (abstract)
16:21
Anne Mette Moller (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Interpretation and Translation in Policy Implementation (abstract)
16:39
Carolyn J. Hill (MDRC, United States)
Implementation Research in a Cycle of Evidence Building (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11D: Diversity and Public Sector Careers
Chair:
Sharon Gilad (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Location: 2401
15:45
Shannon Portillo (University of Kansas, United States)
Alesha Doan (University of Kansas, United States)
Amy Smith (University of Massachusetts Boston, United States)
Up the chain: Careers, mentoring, and gender in the U.S. military (abstract)
16:05
John Marvel (George Mason University, United States)
Chris Birdsall (Boise State University, United States)
The Unintended Management Consequences of Veterans’ Preference: Examining Whether Managers Who Are Veterans Treat Veteran and Non-Veteran Employees Differently (abstract)
16:25
Maja Husar Holmes (West Virginia University, United States)
Willow Jacobson (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Kristina Lambright (Binghamton University, SUNY, United States)
Lauren Dula (Binghamton University, SUNY, United States)
Torrie Edwards (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Gender, Demographics, and Perception: Elected Officials’ Views of Leadership Effectiveness (abstract)
16:45
Susannah Ali (Florida International University, United States)
Mohamad Alkadry (University of Connecticut, United States)
Pay Disparities and Economic Downturns: Predictors of Resiliency and Vulnerability of Pay (abstract)
17:05
Jennifer Connolly (University of Miami, United States)
Laura Connolly (Michigan Technological University, United States)
Understanding the Gender Wage Gap Among American City Managers (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11E: Networks for Delivering Public Service
Chair:
Naim Kapucu (University of Central Florida, United States)
Location: 2402
15:45
Kaila Williams (Florida International University, United States)
Dr. Travis Whetsell (Florida International University, United States)
Dr. Emel Ganapati (Florida International University, United States)
Collaborating Against Addiction: Regulating Sober Homes through Opioid Task Forces (abstract)
16:05
Steven van den Oord (Antwerp Management School, Belgium)
Marjolijn Peleman (City of Antwerp, Belgium)
Wouter van Dooren (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
NETWORK SATURATION: A CASE STUDY ON STABILITY, EFFECTIVENESS, AND IMPACT OF SATURATION ON A CHILD AND YOUTH CARE SERVICE DELIVERY NETWORK. (abstract)
16:25
Steven van den Oord (Antwerp Management School, Belgium)
Gil Peeters (Thuiszorg Kempen, Belgium)
Peter Raeymaeckers (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
Bart Cambré (Antwerp Management School, Belgium)
NETWORK LEGITIMACY IN THE EVOLUTION OF PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY NETWORKS: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF NETWORK MANAGEMENT (abstract)
16:45
Sunggeun Park (University of Michigan, United States)
Justin Harty (University of Chicago, United States)
Huiling Feng (University of Chicago, United States)
Mark Courtney (University of Chicago, United States)
Associations between transition-age foster youth outcomes’ and county-level service/training availability, inter-system collaboration, and youth’s satisfaction (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11F: Leadership Approaches and Outcomes
Chair:
Sandra Groeneveld (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Location: 2403
15:45
Evan Berman (Victoria University of Wellington, United States)
Trangthu Nguyen (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Geoff Plimmer (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Wonhyuk Cho (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Transforming Transactional Leadership: Impact on Organizational Commitment from a Dyadic Survey of Public Managers (abstract)
16:05
Mette Pedersen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Heidi Houlberg Salomonsen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Foreign Secretaries and/or Home Secretaries? Linking Bureaucratic Reputation Management and Transformational leadership (abstract)
16:25
Kira Haensel (Florida International University, United States)
Alexander Kroll (Florida International University, United States)
The Impact of Leadership during Times of Crisis (abstract)
16:45
Caroline Howard Grøn (Crown Prince Frederik Center for Public Leadership, Denmark)
Anne Mette Kjeldsen (Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark)
Heidi Hesselberg Lauritzen (VIVE - The Danish Centre of Social Science Research, Denmark)
Management matters, but so does co-workers: a study of the relative weight of leadership and team-relations on performance in Danish eldercare (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11G: Thinking and Feeling in the Workplace
Chair:
Deneen Hatmaker (University of Connecticut, United States)
Location: 3108
15:45
Ellen Rubin (Independent Scholar, United States)
Christine Roch (Georgia State University, United States)
Sylvia Roch (Independent Scholar, United States)
Grading Teacher Performance Appraisal Systems: Understanding the Implications of Fairness Perceptions (abstract)
16:05
Jiasheng Zhang (Florida State University, United States)
Hui Li (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
A Meta-Analysis of the Trust-Performance Link (abstract)
16:25
Zhongnan Jiang (The Ohio State University, United States)
Diversity Climate and Workplace Incivility Experienced by Public Employees (abstract)
16:45
Imane Hijal-Moghrabi (The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, United States)
Meghna Sabharwal (The University of Texas at Dallas, United States)
Evan Berman (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Geoff Plimmer (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
The Dynamics and Consequences of Workplace Bullying: The Moderating Effect of Perceived Organizational Support and Psychosocial Safety Climate (abstract)
17:05
Nicole Humphrey (University of Kansas, United States)
Addressing the Relationship between Emotional Labor and Social Capital: An Analysis of Federal Employees (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11H: New avenues in public accountability and reputation research
Chair:
Barbara Romzek (American University, United States)
Location: 3301
15:45
Sjors Overman (Utrecht University, School of Governance, Netherlands)
Toward a public administration theory of felt accountability (abstract)
16:03
Eleanor Woodhouse (Bocconi University, Italy)
Accountability and local public administrator corruption in Italy (abstract)
16:21
Camila Angulo Amaya (University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States)
Anthony Bertelli (Bocconi University and New York University, United States)
Eleanor Woodhouse (Bocconi University, Italy)
The Political Cost of Public-Private Partnerships: Theory and Evidence from Colombian Infrastructure Development (abstract)
16:51
Saar Alon-Barkat (University of Leiden, Netherlands)
Madalina Busuioc (University of Leiden, Netherlands)
Rethinking the link between regulatory agencies’ independence and credibility: The moderating role of stakeholders’ prior positions (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 11I: Is there a Schism in Public Administration? Ties that Bind Institutional, Organizational, and Behavioral Theories of Public Management and Governance
Chair:
Gregg Van Ryzin (Rutgers University, School of Public Affairs and Admin., United States)
Location: Law 4004
15:45
Alasdair Roberts (University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States)
Bridging Levels of Public Administration: How Macro Shapes Meso and Micro (abstract)
16:03
Michael Siciliano (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)
Eric Welch (Arizona State University, United States)
Mary Feeney (Arizona State University, United States)
Institutions, Individual Agency, and Tie Decay in Professional Networks (abstract)
16:21
Cali Curley (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis (IUPUI), United States)
Richard Feiock (Florida State University, United States)
Linking Institutional and Individual Theories of Message Choice and Behavioral Response (abstract)
16:39
Aaron Deslatte (Indiana University-Bloomington, United States)
William L. Swann (University of Colorado Denver, United States)
Local Managers, Risk-Aversion and Sustainability Performance: A Survey Experiment of Entrepreneurial Orientation (abstract)
17:00-18:30 Session 12: Doctoral Workshop (Posters)
17:00
Abdu Samad (Florida International University, United States)
Examining the Islamophobic Wave in State Policy-Making (abstract)
17:00
Rui Wang (American University, United States)
The Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Nonprofit Hospitals (abstract)
17:00
Chih-Kai Chang (University of Georgia, United States)
Organizational-level Performance Measurement in Public Administration: An Integrative Review and a Conceptual Framework for the Surveys (abstract)
17:00
Shannon Conley (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
The Effect of Management Network Structures on Marine Protection Area Success (abstract)
17:00
Xiaoyang Xu (American University, United States)
Female State Legislators and Children's Health Outcomes (abstract)
17:00
Cody Drolc (University of Missouri, United States)
Delegated Oversight and the Politics of Problem Monitoring in the Federal Government (abstract)
17:00
Mariam Khan (American University, United States)
Work-Life Benefits and Job Motivation in the Federal Government (abstract)
17:00
Paroma Wagle (University of California, Irvine, United States)
Tracing Dominant Narratives in Indian Water Sector (abstract)
17:00
Hakyeon Lee (University of Kentucky, United States)
Exploring the Determinants of Tax-Based Incentives in U.S. States (abstract)
17:00
Jourdan Davis (American University, United States)
Does Engagement Matter? The Effects of Citizen Engagement on Citizen Satisfaction (abstract)
17:00
Minwoo Ahn (University of Arizona School of Government and Public Policy, United States)
Minwoo Ahn (University of Arizona, United States)
Unpacking longitudinal dynamics of the collaboration (abstract)
17:00
Joohi Kim (Florida State University, United States)
Moderating Effects of Leadership on Job Satisfaction: Analysis on the U.S. Federal Employees (abstract)
17:00
Amy Beck Harris (University of Washington-Evans School of Public Policy, United States)
Encouraging Public Participation Through Contracting: The Case of Foreign Aid (abstract)
Thursday, June 13th

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07:30-08:30 Biscuit Bar Breakfast
  • Neal's Deli.
  • Can eat in the tent.
08:30-10:00 Session 13A: Quality and Public Service Delivery
Chair:
Josie Schafer (University of Omaha-Nebraska, United States)
Location: 1300
08:30
Simon Porcher (Sorbonne Business School, France)
The long-term impact of Ancestral Institutions on the Quality of Government (abstract)
08:50
Sanjeev Sirpal (Florida International University, United States)
Milena Neshkova (Florida International University, United States)
Who Does It Better? Assessing the Performance of Health Centers in the U.S. (abstract)
09:10
Jennifer Bashford (Georgia State University, United States)
K. Juree Capers (Georgia State University, United States)
Correctional Agencies and Elderly Prisoners: What Determines Quality of Care? (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13B: Financial Management within a Regional Context
Chair:
Zachary Mohr (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Location: 2102
08:30
Robert Greer (Texas A&M University/ Bush School of Government and Public Service, United States)
The Role of Social Capital in Debt Management Networks (abstract)
08:50
Christopher Goodman (Northern Illinois University, United States)
Patterns in Special District Formation and Dissolution (abstract)
09:10
Gangqiang Yang (wuhan university, China)
Hong Chen (wuhan university, China)
The Impact of Labor Mobility and Regional Competition on the Structural Bias of Local Government's Public Goods Expenditure: Evidence from China (abstract)
09:30
Chuanyi Guo (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)
The Impact of State Financial Intervention on School District Fiscal Performance: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Approach (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13C: Perceptions Around Citizen Engagement
Chair:
Brian Williams (University of Virginia, United States)
Location: Law 4085
08:30
Ricardo Morse (UNC School of Government, United States)
Exploring Local Government Practitioner Beliefs and Attitudes Regarding Citizen Engagement (abstract)
08:50
Bradley Holliday (North Carolina State University, United States)
Jack Wagstaff (Liberty University, United States)
The Effect of Civilian Police Review Boards on Perceptions of Procedural Justice (abstract)
09:10
Sinah Kang (Rutgers University, United States)
Citizen Perceptions of Government Crowdsourcing: An Experimental Approach (abstract)
09:30
Madinah Hamidullah (Rutgers University, United States)
Norma Riccucci (Rutgers University, United States)
Ivan Lee (Rutgers University, United States)
Citizens’ Perceptions of Closing the Gender Pay Gap: An Experimental Study (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13D: Managing Diversity in Public Organizations
Chair:
Meghna Sabharwal (The University of Texas at Dallas, United States)
Location: 2401
08:30
Lauren Hamilton Edwards (University of Maryland, Baltimore County, United States)
The Consequences of Diversity in Public Organizations: Moving Beyond ‘Happy Talk’ (abstract)
08:50
Austin McCrea (American University, United States)
Ling Zhu (University of Houston, United States)
Morgen Johansen (University of Hawaii, United States)
Managing Diversity Differently: How the External Environment Shapes Cross-Sector Differences in Diversity Management (abstract)
09:10
Heather Rimes Assistant Professor (Western Carolina University, United States)
Jordan Long Ph.D. Candidate (University of Georgia, United States)
Managerial Values, Decision Making, and Role Development: An Analysis of Diversity Officers Across U.S. Municipal Governments (abstract)
09:30
Gregory B. Lewis (Georgia State University, United States)
Michael Emidy (Georgia State University, United States)
Perceptions of Fairness in the Federal Service at the Intersection of Race, Sex, and Sexuality (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13E: Collaborative Governance and Performance
Chair:
Kim Isett (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
Location: 2402
08:30
Xian Gao (University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States)
Yu-Che Chen (University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States)
Leveraging Collaborative Technology for Performance: Insight from an Experimental Study (abstract)
08:50
Arthur Viana Guimarães (Polícia Militar do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil)
Sandro Cabral (Insper, Brazil)
Priscila Fernandes Ribeiro (Insper, Brazil)
Marcelo Marchesini da Costa (Insper, Brazil)
Technology improving performance in intergovernmental cooperation: Evidence from robbed vehicle recoveries (abstract)
09:10
Julio Zambrano (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Does economic diversification moderate the relationship between collaborative governance and organizational performance? (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13F: The Third Sector, Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Public Service Management
Chair:
Ben Brunjes (University of Washington, United States)
Location: 2403
08:30
Donwe Choi (Florida State University, United States)
Fran Berry (Florida State University, United States)
Tian Teng (Florida State University, United States)
Wen-Chi Shie (Florida State University, United States)
What Promotes the Legislation of Social Enterprise Law? Examining the Impact of State Government, Civil Society, and Market on the Adoption and Diffusion of Social Enterprise Law in the United States (abstract)
08:45
John Bryson (University of Minnesota, United States)
Barbara Crosby (University of Minnesota, United States)
Danbi Seo (University of Minnesota, United States)
Strategizing on behalf of social enterprises, the role of a monomaniac with a mission (abstract)
09:00
Tae Hyung Kim (Yonsei University, South Korea)
Jae Moon (Yonsei University, South Korea)
Odkhuu Khaltar (Yonsei University, United States)
The Effects of Intangible and Tangible Resources of Social Enterprise on Social, Economic and Mixed Performance (abstract)
09:15
Catherine Liston-Heyes (University of Ottawa – Canada, Canada)
Gordon Liu (The Open University, UK)
Who, when, and possibly why social enterprises measure social impact an empirical investigation of the UK SE sector (abstract)
09:30
Donwe Choi (Florida State University, United States)
Developing Public Value Theory for Coproduction and Social Enterprise: New Frontiers or Old Wine in New Bottles from Nonprofit Management? (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13G: Turnover: Should they Stay or Should they Go?
Chair:
Ellen Rubin (Independent Scholar, United States)
Location: 3108
08:30
Seung-Ho An (Texas Tech University, United States)
Ken Meier (American Unviersity, Cardiff University, and Leiden University, United States)
Optimal Turnover Rates and Performance in Public Organizations: Theoretical Expectations. (abstract)
08:50
Weijie Wang (University of Missouri, United States)
Rusi Sun (University of Michigan, United States)
Linking leader tenure and turnover to the performance of public organizations: evidence from public high schools (abstract)
09:10
Ricardo Bello Gomez (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Amanda Rutherford (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Leaving the pilot seat empty: Determinants of vacancy in top executive positions (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13H: Bureaucratic Discretion and Decisionmaking
Chair:
Lucy C. Sorensen (Independent Scholar, United States)
Location: 3301
08:30
Jason Anastasopoulos (University of Georgia, United States)
Algorithms and bureaucratic decision-making: an experimental study of Georgia police officers (abstract)
08:50
Ning Liu (City University of Hong Kong, China)
Carlos Wing-Hung Lo (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China)
Xueyong Zhan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China)
Understanding Regulatory Decoupling in Street-level Enforcement Bureaucracies (abstract)
09:10
Tyler Scott (University of California, Davis, United States)
Nicola Ulibarri (University of California, Irvine, United States)
Ryan Scott (Colorado State University, United States)
What gets a hard look? Bureaucratic discretion in regulatory implementation and infrastructure decision-making. (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13I: Disaster Governance in an Era of Climate Change: Is Public Management Up to the Challenge?
Chair:
Morgan Higman (Florida State University, United States)
Location: Law 4004
08:30
Branda Nowell (North Carolina State University, United States)
Elliot Nauert (North Carolina State University, United States)
The Role of Boundary Objects in Network Cognition (abstract)
08:48
Thomas A. Birkland (North Carolina State University, United States)
Kathryn Schwaeble (North Carolina State University, United States)
Martha Grabowski (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States)
Marie Lowe (University of Alaska, Anchorage, United States)
Tom Sharkey (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States)
William Wallace (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States)
Emergency Management, Climate Change, and Complex Governance in the Arctic (abstract)
09:06
Toddi Steelman (Duke University, United States)
Ryan Scott (North Carolina State University, United States)
Network Governance of Multi-Jurisdictional Disasters: Is ICS Enough? (abstract)
09:24
Anne-Lise Velez (Virginia Tech, United States)
Honey Minkowitz (North Carolina State University, United States)
Shannon McGovern (North Carolina State University, United States)
Federalism meets Social Cognition: Temporal and Substantive Variation in Risk Perception across Levels of Government. (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 13J: Seeking to Understand Frontline Interactions in Policy Implementation
Chair:
Jodi Sandfort (Humphrey School of Public Affairs, United States)
Location: 2601
08:30
Carolyn Barnes (Duke University, United States)
It’s Who You Know: The Politics of Poverty and Social Policy in the Rural South (abstract)
08:48
Weston Merrick (University of Minnesota, United States)
Client worthiness and frontline context: an experimental test of which clients are prioritized by street-level bureaucrats (abstract)
09:06
James E. Wright (Florida State University, United States)
Meagan Snow (Florida State University, United States)
Pulled Over AGAIN! How race, sex and segregation influence police citizen interactions (abstract)
09:24
Elizabeth Linos (University of California, Berkeley, United States)
Vikash Reddy (University of California, Berkeley, United States)
Jesse Rothstein (University of California, Berkeley, United States)
You Belong in College: A Field Experiment to Increase Take-up of Financial Aid (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14A: Public Values
Chair:
Cullen Merritt (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, United States)
Location: 1300
10:15
Amanda Girth (The Ohio State University, United States)
David Landsbergen (The Ohio State University, United States)
Evaluating the Governance of Smart Cities: A Public Values Approach (abstract)
10:35
Minjung Kim (American University, United States)
Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Equity: How Do Different Dimensions of Public Values Moderate Citizens’ Perception of Performance Information? (abstract)
10:55
Charles Hinnant (Florida State University, United States)
Lynne Hinnant (Florida State University, United States)
May Chu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Wilson Wong (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Inquiry and Action in the Time of Data Science: Impacts on Theory and Research in Public Management (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14B: Budgeting, Policy, and Public Management: Experiences from Local Government
Chair:
Joseph Cordes (Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, The George Washington University, United States)
Location: 2102
10:15
Yaerin Park (George Washington University, United States)
Participatory Budgeting and Tax Compliance in the US: What Factors Elicit Citizens’ Budget Preferences? (abstract)
10:33
Tatyana Guzman (Cleveland State University, United States)
Obed Pasha (Cleveland State University, United States)
Benjamin Y. Clark (University of Oregon, United States)
Can Budget Transparency Improve City Fiscal Performance? (abstract)
10:51
David Mitchell (University of Central Florida, United States)
Suzette Myser (University of Central Florida, United States)
A Reflection of Changing Priorities? The Reallocative Impact of Priority Based Budgeting in US Municipalities (abstract)
11:09
Martha Kropf (University of North Carolina-Charlotte, United States)
Zachary Mohr (University of North Carolina-Charlotte, United States)
Joellen Pope (University of North Carolina-Charlotte, United States)
Mary Jo Shepherd (University of North Carolina-Charlotte, United States)
Developing Alternative Financial Measures of Capacity and their Link to Measures of Performance: The Case of Local Election Administration in North Carolina (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14C: Redefining Representation: Exploring Demographics, Intersectionality, and Inclusion within Public Management
Chair:
Norma Riccucci (Rutgers University–Newark, United States)
Location: 2401
10:15
Erin L. Borry (The University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States)
Heather Getha-Taylor (University of Kansas, United States)
Maja Husar Holmes (West Virginia University, United States)
Cultivating the Public Service Workforce of the Future: Lessons from Federal Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plans (abstract)
10:33
Lawrence A. Brown (University of Georgia, United States)
J. Edward Kellough (University of Georgia, United States)
Women in STEM Occupations in the Federal Government: Supervisors and Turnover (abstract)
10:51
Candice Bodkin (Georgia Southern University, United States)
Casey Fleming (East Carolina University, United States)
Citizen Judgment of Misbehaving in City Hall: Experimental Evidence of the Role of Demographic Factors and Behavioral Intentions (abstract)
11:09
Maria D’agostino (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, United States)
Helisse Levine (Long Island University, United States)
Meghna Sabharwal (The University of Texas at Dallas, United States)
The impact of implicit bias on women’s advancement to leadership positions in the U.S. public sector workplace (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14D: Collaboration Across Boundaries
Chair:
Eric Martin (Bucknell University, United States)
Location: 2402
10:15
Shuaize Fu (Tsinghua University, China)
Lu Xiaoli (Tsinghua University, United States)
Political Power and NAO’s Cross-Agencies Collaboration-an Empirical Study on County Emergency Management Offices in Province X, China (abstract)
10:35
Machiel van der Heijden (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Keeping the Strings Attached: The Intra-Organizational Management of Transnational Network Behaviour (abstract)
10:55
Tao Ren (China University of Political Science and Law, China)
Factions, Political Coordination and Inter-Ministry Cooperation in China: A Social Network Analysis Approach (abstract)
11:15
Jooho Lee (University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States)
Performance Improvement Pressure, Citizen Participation Demands, and Interagency Collaboration (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14E: Leadership in Context
Chair:
Kimberly Nelson (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Location: 2403
10:15
Marieke van der Hoek (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Maarja Beerkens (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Sandra Groeneveld (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Matching leadership to circumstances? A vignette study of leadership behaviour adaptation in an ambiguous context (abstract)
10:35
Adela Ghadimi (Florida State University, United States)
Ralph Brower (Florida State University, United States)
A model of leadership types and their capabilities and limits: Evidence from civil society development organizations (abstract)
10:55
Jessica Sherrod Hale (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Changing Places: Leadership Adaptation Across Multiple Contexts (abstract)
11:15
Aleksey Kolpakov (University of Nevada, Reno, United States)
Eric Boyer (The University of Texas at El Paso, United States)
William Eubank (University of Nevada, Reno, United States)
Examining Generational Dimensions of Leadership in International Nongovernmental Organizations. (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14F: Pro Social and Citizenship Behavior in Public Organizations
Chair:
Steven Putansu (American University, United States)
Location: 3108
10:15
Moshin Bashir (Lahore University of Management Science, Pakistan)
Shahidul Hassan (The Ohio State University, United States)
Bradley Wright (University of Georgia, United States)
How Do Public Employees Respond to their Job Demands Over Time? Assessing the Moderating Role of Prosocial Motivation and Performance Equity (abstract)
10:35
Zhongnan Jiang (The Ohio State University, United States)
Shahidul Hassan (The Ohio State University, United States)
Daniel Baker (The Ohio State University, United States)
How Inclusive Leadership Shapes the Connection between Group Conflict and Group Citizenship Behavior: Evidence from Law Enforcement Workgroups (abstract)
10:55
Shawn Lorenzo Benaine (FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, United States)
Does Prosocial Impact Reduce Data Gaming? Framing Effects of Visualizations of Performance Information on Dysfunctional Managerial Behavior (abstract)
11:15
Shenghao Guo (Lanzhou University, China)
Xiaoming Xu (Party School of the Central Committee of C.P.C. (Chinese Academy of Governance), China)
As to China’s State-owned Enterprises Employees, Commitment is Not Enough: The Moderating Effect of Organizational Identification on OCB (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14G: Organizational Responses to Institutional Environment Cues: Intergovernmental and Intersectoral Relations
Chair:
David Suárez (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance- University of Washington, United States)
Location: 3301
10:15
Long Tran (American University, United States)
Khaldoun Abouassi (American University, United States)
Local Organizational Determinants of Local-International NGO Relations: Evidence from Lebanon (abstract)
10:30
David Berlan (Florida State University, United States)
Luciana Polischuk (Florida State University, United States)
Newton’s First Law? Inertia and governmental funding of nonprofits (abstract)
10:45
Angela Bies (University of Maryland, United States)
Normative and regulatory constraints on overhead spending: organizational responses and relationships in comparative perspective (abstract)
11:00
Zachary Bauer (American University, United States)
Jocelyn M. Johnston (American University, United States)
Formal Or Informal Cross-Sector Collaborations: Testing Propositions From Prevailing Theories (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14H: Informing Management in Complex Governance Situations Using Advanced Quantitative and Qualitative Modeling Approaches
Chair:
Sean Nicholson-Crotty (School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, United States)
Location: Law 4004
10:15
Adam Eckerd (Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, United States)
Elise Whitaker (Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, United States)
Local Governance of Climate Change: Mental Models Convergence and Spaces for Governance (abstract)
10:33
Craig W. Thomas (University of Washington, United States)
Tyler A. Scott (University of California, Davis, United States)
Innovation success in collaborative governance: A simulation approach for understanding what shapes implementation in cooperative settings (abstract)
10:51
Christopher Koliba (University of Vermont, United States)
Patrick Bitterman (University of Vermont, United States)
Modeling alternative water governance scenarios in the Lake Champlain Basin: A multi-scale agent-based model of resource prioritization and collective action (abstract)
11:09
Yushim Kim (Arizona State University,, United States)
Jihong Kim (Hanyang University, South Korea)
Seong Soo Oh (Hanyang University, South Korea)
Sang-Wook Kim (Hanyang University, South Korea)
Epidemic Response Network of Organizations: Detecting Communities in a Forest with Mushrooms and Spider Webs (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 14I: Human-Centered Design in Public Management
Chair:
Carolyn Heinrich (Vanderbilt University, United States)
Location: 2601
10:15
Michael Barzelay (Department of Management, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK)
Placing “Human-Centered Design” within a Design-Oriented Professional Discipline of Public Management (abstract)
10:33
Sabine Junginger (Head Competence Center for Research in Design and Management, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland)
The Centrality of Public Services in New Public Design Management (abstract)
10:51
Jodi Sandfort (Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, United States)
Sook Jin Ong (Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, United States)
Weston Merrick (Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, United States)
Backwards Mapping from the Frontlines: A Design Approach to Human Services Integration (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15A: Performance Information and Decisonmaking
Chair:
Oliver James (University of Exeter, UK)
Location: 1300
14:00
Edwin Gerrish (University of South Dakota, United States)
Your Lying Eyes: Motivated Reasoning and Graphical Performance Information (abstract)
14:20
Gregg Van Ryzin (Rutgers University, School of Public Affairs and Admin., United States)
Evidence of an output bias in the judgment of government performance (abstract)
14:40
Jeremy Hall (University of Central Florida, United States)
Jenna Tyler (University of Central Florida, United States)
Evidence-Based Practice, Policy, and Management in Public Administration: A Systematic Literature Review and Outlook (abstract)
15:00
Sean Webeck (Defense Resources Management Institute, Naval Postgraduate School, United States)
The Performance Information Processing Framework: Four Cognitive Models of Performance Information Use (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15B: Tax Policy at the State and Local Level
Chair:
Tima Moldogaziev (University of Georgia, United States)
Location: 2102
14:00
Whitney Afonso (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
The Barriers Created by Complexity: A State by State Analysis of Local Sales Tax Laws in Light of the Wayfair Ruling (abstract)
14:15
Deborah Carroll  (University of Central Florida, United States)
Examining the Federal Deductibility of Charitable Contributions: Implications for the Distribution of State and Local Taxes (abstract)
14:30
Geoffrey Propheter (University of Colorado Denver, United States)
Technology use and its effect on public sector performance: Aerial imagery in property tax assessment administration (abstract)
14:45
Justin Ross And John Stavick (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Ideological Diversity and the Preemption of Local Control (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15C: Determinants of Citizen Satisfaction
Chair:
Milena Neshkova (Florida International University, United States)
Location: Law 4085
14:00
Hyun Joon Kim (Department of Public Administration, Korea University, South Korea)
Nayeon Kim (Seoul National University, South Korea)
Sun Hee Kim (Institute of Governmental Studies, Korea University, South Korea)
Does Public Service Satisfaction Increase Citizen Participation? An Analysis of Citizens’ Satisfaction with Public Services and Willingness to Participate (abstract)
14:20
Peter R. Damgaard (Municipality of Odense, Denmark)
Poul A. Nielsen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Does Performance Disclosure Affect User Satisfaction, Voice, and Exit? Survey-experimental Evidence From Actual Service Users (abstract)
14:40
Myoung Jin Lee (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Nick Petrovsky (University of Kentucky, United States)
Richard M. Walker (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Expectancy Disconfirmation Theory and Citizen Satisfaction with Public Services: A Meta-analysis (abstract)
15:00
Ziteng Fan (Tsinghua University, China)
Disconnected citizens in digital era: How digital divide and policymaking transparency affect the satisfaction with democracy in Europe (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15D: Discrimination in Public Management
Chair:
Erin Borry (University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States)
Location: 2401
14:00
Zachary Oberfield (Haverford College, United States)
Matthew Incantalupo (Yeshiva University, United States)
Race and Ability Discrimination in Public District and Charter High Schools (abstract)
14:18
Sebastian Jilke (School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University, United States)
Elizabeth Bell (University of Oklahoma, United States)
Racial discrimination as means of cream-skimming? A conjoint experiment among US charter school principals (abstract)
14:36
Asmus Leth Olsen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Donald Moynihan (Georgetown University, United States)
Jonas Høgh Jeppesen (Independent, Denmark)
The Unequal Distribution of Administrative Burdens: A Field Experiment on Barriers for Primary School Transfers (abstract)
14:54
Christine Prokop (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany)
Michael Jankowski (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany)
Markus Tepe (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany)
Who wants to jeopardize the merit principle? Evidence from an Issue Framing Experiment among Citizens and Future Bureaucrats (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15E: Structure and Behavior in Networks
Chair:
Robin Lemaire (Virginia Tech, United States)
Location: 2402
14:00
Naim Kapucu (UCF, United States)
Polycentric Governance and Spectrum Sharing for Public Safety: Decentralized Decision-Making and Stakeholder Engagement (abstract)
14:20
Eunju Rho (Northern Illinois University, United States)
Sumin Han (Auburn University, United States)
Kyle Knott (Northern Illinois University, United States)
Doing More or Doing Less? From the Dynamic Perspective to Understand the Effect of Managerial networking on Performance (abstract)
14:40
Jeongyoon Lee (Ball State University, United States)
Sources of distrust in an inter-organizational network: A study on a local hydraulic fracturing policy network in New York (abstract)
15:00
Juniper Katz (University of Colorado Denver, United States)
Bureaucracy’s Role in Constituting Governance: An Empirical Analysis of Agency Influence on Policy Stakeholders (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15F: The Impact of Contracting Out on Attitudes and Behaviors
Chair:
Sandro Cabral (Insper, Brazil)
Location: 2403
14:00
Shinwoo Lee (School of Public Affairs, University of South Florida, United States)
Gyeo Reh Lee (School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, United States)
Government Outsourcing and Employee Work Attitudes: Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Approach (abstract)
14:20
Ben Brunjes (University of Washington, United States)
Allies or Adversaries? The Effect of Contracting on Perceived Cooperative Behaviors (abstract)
14:40
Suzanne Leland (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Zachary Mohr (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Jaclyn Piatak (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Accountability in Government Contracting Arrangements: Experimental Analysis of Blame Attribution across Levels of Government (abstract)
15:00
Amandine Lerusse (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Steven Van de Walle (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Local Civil Servants’ Stated Preferences When Contracting-Out: Results From A Discrete Choice Experiment (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15G: Public Sector Employee Behavior
Chair:
Wesley Kaufmann (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Location: 3108
14:00
Jesper Rosenberg Hansen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Anders Villadsen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Different Paths to Job Satisfaction? Investigating Sector Differences using Representative Data (abstract)
14:20
Pablo Sanabria (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, Colombia)
Laura Langbein (American University, United States)
Can good public servants help reduce corruption? Pro-Social Motivation and Crowd-out of Bribe Requests (abstract)
14:40
Elizabeth Linos (University of California, Berkeley, United States)
Krista Ruffini (University of California, Berkeley, United States)
Stephanie Wilcoxen (Behavioral Insights Team, United States)
Reducing Burnout for 911 Dispatchers and Call Takers: A Field Experiment (abstract)
15:00
Minsung Michael Kang (Independent Scholar, United States)
Is the New Shield Effective? The Impact of Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act of 2012 on U.S. Federal Bureaucrats’ Whistleblowing Intention: A Quasi-Experimental Assessment (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15H: Governance at street-level: IRSPM panel for PMRC
Chair:
Alexander Henderson (Marist College, United States)
Location: 3301
14:00
Jenny M. Lewis (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Mark Considine (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Phuc Nguyen (LaTrobe University, Australia)
The changing face of street-level governance: bureaucracy, enterprise or network? (abstract)
14:18
Erik Hans Klijn (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Noortje de Boer (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Jasper Eshuis (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Leadership and street-level enforcement: How does supervisors’ leadership style affect street-level bureaucrats’ enforcement style? (abstract)
14:36
Erik Baekkeskov (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Explaining street-level behaviour in non-routine events: agency, decision-making, or management? (abstract)
14:54
Kim Isett (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
Rebekah St. Clair (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
Tara Kolar Bryan (University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States)
The Hand That Feeds You: Exploring Local Service Delivery Organization Perceptions of External Agents of Change (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15I: Governing Sustainability in the City
Chair:
Gordon Kingsley (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
Location: Law 4004
14:00
Richard C. Feiock (Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University, United States)
Local Sustainability and Functional Collective Action (abstract)
14:18
Angela Ys Park (School of Public Affairs and Administration, University of Kansas, United States)
Cities’ Organization and Management of Sustainability - A quantitative overview (abstract)
14:36
Rachel M. Krause (School of Public Affairs and Administration, University of Kansas, United States)
An in-depth look mechanisms to overcome Functional Collective Action: Findings from eight city studies (abstract)
14:54
Christopher V. Hawkins (School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, United States)
A Network Analysis of Intra-city Relationships around Sustainability Management in High-Achieving Cities (abstract)
14:00-15:30 Session 15J: Robust Methodological Approaches to Understand the Effects of PSM: The Quest for Causality
Chair:
Neil Boyd (Bucknell University, United States)
Location: 2601
14:00
Sean Nicholson-Crotty (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Jill Nicholson-Crotty (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Robert K. Christensen (Brigham Young University, United States)
Danyao Li (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Public Service Motivation’s Conditional Beneficiaries: A Recall Experiment Reflecting Social Dominance Theory (abstract)
14:18
Ulrich Jensen (Arizona State University, United States)
Unraveling the Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Employee Performance: Public Service Motivation as a Mediator? (abstract)
14:36
Sahar Awan (ESADE, United States)
Germà Bel (University of Barcelona, Spain)
Marc Esteve (University College London, UK)
The Benefits of PSM: An Oasis or a Mirage? (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16A: Strategic Management and Implementation
Chair:
Jason Coupet (North Carolina State University, United States)
Location: Law 4004
15:45
Suzette Myser (University of Central Florida, United States)
David Mitchell (University of Central Florida, United States)
Bought In? Does the Support of Some Internal Stakeholder Groups Matter More than Others to Strategic Implementation Success? (abstract)
16:05
Jennifer Mosley (University of Chicago, United States)
Bridgette Davis (University of Chicago, United States)
Strategic, Authoritative, or Ceremonial: A Framework for Understanding The Implementation of Federal Policy Mandates by Regional Authorities (abstract)
16:25
John Bryson (University of Minnesota, United States)
Bert George (Erasmus University, Netherlands)
Danbi Seo (University of Minnesota, United States)
Toward a Theory of Goal Formation and Implementation in Public and Nonprofit Organizations (abstract)
16:45
Johabed G Olvera (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Claudia N Avellaneda (Indiana University Bloomington, United States)
Explaining Program Implementation: The Role of Mid-level Managers’ Strategies (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16B: Nonprofit Strategy and Social Equity
Chair:
Nathaniel Wright (Texas Tech University, United States)
Location: 2102
15:45
Beth Gazley (Indiana University-Bloomington, United States)
Chantalle Lafontant (Indiana University-Bloomington, United States)
Yuan Cheng (University of Minnesota, United States)
Do the Charitable Partners of US State Parks Help to Improve Social Equity in Public Services? (abstract)
16:05
Nara Yoon (Syracuse University, United States)
What do we know about the origins of nonprofit board interlock? A longitudinal study of network formation (abstract)
16:25
Esther Han (Georgia State University, United States)
Mirae Kim (Georgia State University, United States)
The Role of K-12 Education Nonprofits in the Education Opportunities Available for Minority Students (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16C: Methods of Public Participation
Chair:
Kaifeng Yang (Renmin University of China and Florida State University, China)
Location: Law 4085
15:45
Viviana Chiu-Sik Wu (University of Pennsylvania, United States)
Weiai Wayne Xu (University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States)
Chao Guo (University of Pennsylvania, United States)
Community Leadership and Civic Engagement: The Case of Community Foundations on Social Media (abstract)
16:05
Susannah Ali (Florida International University, United States)
Sukumar Ganapati (Florida International University, United States)
Tactics for Shifting Deliberations: What Works, What Doesn’t? (abstract)
16:25
Wallis Romzek (American University, United States)
Twitter and Town Hall Meetings: Citizen-Generated Content as Supplementary Data to Improve City Response Patterns (abstract)
16:45
Yongjin Choi (Independent Scholar, United States)
Ashley Fox (Independent Scholar, United States)
Public hearing testimonies as policy evidence and its influence over policy-makers: the case of Single-Payer issue in NYS (abstract)
17:05
Kathy Quick (University of Minnesota, United States Minor Outlying Islands)
The potential and peril of deliberative processes to redefine community-police relations: Lessons from Falcon Heights (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16D: Equity at the Intersection of Organizational Behavior and Performance
Chair:
Gregg Van Ryzin (Rutgers University, School of Public Affairs and Admin., United States)
Location: 2401
15:45
Nathan Favero (American University, United States)
Beyond Majority Versus Minority: Bureaucracy, Distributional Outcomes, and a Racialized Multiethnic Society (abstract)
16:03
Sebawit G. Bishu (University of Colorado Denver, United States)
A Tale of Two Stories: Women Administrators in Male Roles (abstract)
16:21
Megan LePere-Schloop (The Ohio State University, United States)
Brian N. Williams (University of Virginia, United States)
Samara Scheckler (University of Georgia, United States)
Policing and SES-based Representativeness: Results from a Survey Experiment (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16E: The Workings of Collaborative Governance: Implementation Challenges, Framing and Developmental Dynamics
Chair:
Joaquin Herranz (Evans School, UW, United States)
Location: 2402
15:45
Stephen B. Page (University of Washington, United States)
Melissa M. Stone (University of Minnesota,, United States)
Using Outcomes Data to Frame Problems for Collaborative Governance: Catalyst or Constraint for Social Reform? (abstract)
16:03
Brian A. (University of Southern California, United States)
Shui-Yan Tang (University of Southern California, United States)
How Local Governments Respond to State Mandates for Collaboration: The Implementation of the California Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (abstract)
16:21
Kirk Emerson (University of Arizona, United States)
Tina Nabatchi (Syracuse University, United States)
Developmental Dynamics in Collaborative Governance Regimes (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16F: Leadership and people management in public organizations
Chair:
Heather Getha-Taylor (University of Kansas, United States)
Location: 2403
15:45
Lotte Bøgh Andersen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Aske Halling (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Cascading and/or bypass: How leadership identity moderates the relationship between leadership behaviors at different levels (abstract)
16:03
Anne Mette Kjeldsen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Public Service Motivation and Agency in Distributed Leadership - A panel study of organizational change processes (abstract)
16:21
Rebecca Risbjerg Nørgaard (Aarhus University, Denmark)
The “Tone at the Top”? A Qualitative Multi-level Analysis of Ethical Leadership and Subordinates’ Ethical Behavioral Considerations (abstract)
16:39
Julia Penning de Vries (Utrecht University School of Governance, Netherlands)
Explaining the discrepancy between manager’s and employee’s perceptions of people management: the role of manager’s ability, motivation and opportunities (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16G: Public Service Motivation and Public Employee Behavior
Chair:
Marc Esteve (University College London, UK)
Location: 3108
15:45
Guillem Ripoll (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)
Carina Schott (Utrecht University, Netherlands)
Testing a dark side of PSM: justification of unethical behavior (abstract)
16:05
Jessica Breaugh (Hertie School of Governance, Germany)
Guillem Ripoll (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)
The tick-tock of time: the case of public service motivation and hyperbolic discounting (abstract)
16:25
Jessica Breaugh (Hertie School of Governance, Germany)
Kerstin Alfes (ESCP Europe, Berlin Campus, Germany)
Adrian Ritz (University of Bern, Switzerland)
Strength in numbers? Understanding the effect of PSM in team level performance. (abstract)
16:45
Shuyang Peng (University of New Mexico, United States)
Huafang Li (Grand Valley State University, United States)
Dishonesty in the Name of Noble Cause: Can Public Service Motivation and Prosocial Motivation be Too Much of a Good Thing? (abstract)
15:45-17:15 Session 16H: Enhancing Performance Systems
Chair:
Donald Moynihan (Georgetown University, United States)
Location: 1300
15:45
Obed Pasha (Cleveland State University, United States)
Social Justice Implications of Performance Management Systems (abstract)
16:03
Julian Christensen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
"The numbers say so…": Do justification requirements reduce motivated reasoning in politicians' evaluation of factual information? (abstract)
16:21
Katharine Destler (Western Washington University, United States)
Performance Management under Pressure: Accountability, Transparency and Learning (abstract)
16:39
Alexander Kroll (Florida International University, United States)
Dominik Vogel (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Determinants of Performance Gaming: Why Public Employees Manipulate Performance Data (abstract)
Friday, June 14th

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08:30-10:00 Session 17A: Organizational Management, Executive Authority, and Fiscal Governance
Chair:
David Mitchell (University of Central Florida, United States)
Location: 2102
08:30
George A. Krause (University of Georgia, United States)
Matthew Zarit (University of Pittsburgh, United States)
Agency Heads and Managing the Risks of Collaborative Governance: Evidence from U.S. Federal Agencies Investments in Cooperative Agreements (abstract)
08:48
Katherine Willoughby (University of Georgia, United States)
Marilyn Marks Rubin (Rutgers University, United States)
Robert Hines (University of Georgia, United States)
Mission, Innovation and Results: Do Modern State Revenue Departments Meet the Mark? (abstract)
09:06
Mikhail Ivonchyk (University of Georgia, United States)
Gubernatorial Policy Priorities and City Fiscal Outcomes: An Application of Topic Model to Policy Statements (abstract)
09:24
L. Jason Anastasopoulos (University of Georgia, United States)
Tima T. Moldogaziev (University of Georgia, United States)
The Role of Internal and External Factors on Budgetary Orientations in California County Proposed Spending Narratives (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 17B: Citizens and Accountability
Chair:
Susannah Ali (Florida International University, United States)
Location: Law 4085
08:30
Alex Ingrams (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Wesley Kaufmann (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Daan Jacobs (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Testing the open government recipe: Are vision and voice good governance ingredients? (abstract)
08:50
Jeannine Relly (University of Arizona, United States)
Md. Fazle Rabbi (The University of Texas at Dallas, United States)
Governance, accountability institutions and marginalized groups: The case of India (abstract)
09:10
Martin Baekgaard (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Pamela Herd (Georgetown University, United States)
Donald Moynihan (Georgetown University, United States)
Do I deserve what I get? How the social construction of deservingness affect the well-being of needy groups (abstract)
09:30
Jisang Kim (Independent Scholar, United States)
The Effect of Civilian Oversight as an Accountability Mechanism on Police Organizational Outcome: A Quasi-Experimental Study (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 17C: Public Management Ethics: From Theory to Empirics
Chair:
Rosemary O'Leary (University of Kansas, United States)
Location: 2401
08:30
Aaron Miller (Brigham Young University, United States)
Robert K. Christensen (Brigham Young University, United States)
Eva M. Witesman (Brigham Young University, United States)
Brad Agle (Brigham Young University, United States)
Are ethical dilemmas in public service unique? A study in experimental decision-making (abstract)
08:48
Arwiphawee Srithongrung (University of Illinois-Springfield, United States)
Tima T. Moldogaziev (University of Georgia, United States)
Cheol Liu (KDI School of Public Policy and Management, South Korea)
Does Corruption Reduce Efficiency in Public Capital Spending? (abstract)
09:06
Asmus Leth Olsen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Denmark)
Frederik Hjorth (University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Denmark)
Nikolaj Harmon (University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Denmark)
The Multi-equilibrium world of Honesty and Selection into Public Service (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 17D: Adapting to Acts of God, Nature, and Humanity: Organizational and Policy Adaptation by Infrastructure Agencies to Extreme Changes in the Environment
Chair:
Rachel Krause (University of Kansas, United States)
Location: Law 4004
08:30
Heyjie Jung (Center for Science, Technology and Environmental Policy Studies (C-STEPS), Arizona State University, United States)
Eric Welch (C-STEPS, Arizona State University, United States)
Federica Fusi (C-STEPS, Arizona State University, United States)
Organizational Adaptation to Extreme Events: Institutional Work by Public Managers to Reconcile Competing Logics (abstract)
08:48
Anmol Soni (Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
Are All Incentives Created Equal? The Role of Policy Design in State Level EV Sales (abstract)
09:06
Fengxiu Zhang (C-STEPS, Arizona State University, United States)
What Explains the Emerging Yet Limited Adaptation to Extreme Events in Transit Agencies: An Agent-Based Modeling Approach (abstract)
09:24
Gordon Kingsley (School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
Sorawit Siangjaeo (School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology., United States)
Michael P. Hunter (School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
State Transportation Agency Forecasts and Adaptations to Driverless Vehicles: The Influence of Agent-Based Scanning on the Advocacy and Organizational Strategies of Agencies (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 17E: Executive Public Management in Turbulent Times: Changing Roles and Responsibilities?
Chair:
Anne Mette Kjeldsen (Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark)
Location: 2403
08:30
Erik-Jan Van Dorp (Utrecht University School of Governance (USG), Netherlands)
‘We’re one, but we’re not the same’: Comparing professional practices in government ministries, frontline public services, and regulatory agencies (abstract)
08:48
Caroline Howard Grøn (University of Copenhagen, Department of Political Science, Denmark)
Niels Opstrup (University of Southern Denmark, Department of Political Science,, Denmark)
Heidi Houlberg Salomonsen (University of Aarhus, Department of Management, Denmark)
Anders Ryom Villadsen (Department of Management, University of Aarhus, Denmark)
Nothing like a good friend in bad times: The Effects of Personal Relations on Senior Executive Turnover in Times of Uncertainty (abstract)
09:06
Oliver James (University of Exeter, UK)
Nick Petrovsky (University of Kentucky, United States)
The Performance of Agency Insiders or Outsiders as Leaders of Public Organizations along Multiple Dimensions (abstract)
09:24
David E. Lewis (Vanderbilt University, United States)
When Do Elections Matter? Appointments and Bureaucratic Resistance in the United States (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 17F: Sector Dimensions of Human Capital Management
Chair:
Jessica Sowa (University of Baltimore, United States)
Location: 3108
08:30
Ivan P. Lee (Rutgers University, United States)
Do Risk-Averse People Always Prefer Public Sector Jobs? An Experimental Study of Risk-Aversion, Job Characteristics, and Job Sector Choice (abstract)
08:50
Chengxin Xu (Rutgers University, United States)
The Perceived Difference: The Sector Stereotype of Social Service Providers (abstract)
09:10
Laura Langbein (American University, United States)
Edmund Stayzk (Independent Scholar, United States)
Work motivation in the public and non-public sector: Economic theory faces intrinsic motivations (abstract)
09:30
Simon Calmar Andersen (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Oliver James (University of Exeter, UK)
Sebastian Jillke (Rutgers University- Newark, United States)
Does work effort for public versus private organizations differ? (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 17G: Red Tape and Administrative Burden
Chair:
Zachary Oberfield (Haverford College, United States)
Location: 3301
08:30
Ayesha Masood (Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan)
Negotiating administrative burden: The case of maternity benefits in Pakistan (abstract)
08:50
Xiaoqian Li (Tsinghua University, China)
Can red tape decrease perceived legitimacy? (abstract)
09:10
Hala Altamimi (Georgia State University, United States)
RED TAPE AND WORK MOTIVATION: Evidence from the Public Sector (abstract)
09:30
Koen Migchelbrink (Public Governance Institute - KU Leuven, Belgium)
Participation as a burden? Rules’ burdensomeness and effectiveness in public participation (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18A: Organizational Responses to Institutional Environment Cues: Goals and Identities
Chair:
Khaldoun Abouassi (American University, United States)
Location: 2401
10:15
Long Tran (School of Public Affairs, American University, United States)
Governing Common-Goal Pursuit: An Integrated Theoretical Framework (abstract)
10:33
Julie Langer (Northern Illinois University, United States)
Understanding Identity in the Age of Sector Blurring (abstract)
10:51
Megan LePere-Schloop (John Glenn School of Public Affairs, Ohio State University, United States)
Laurie E. Paarlberg (Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University, United States)
Jin Ai (Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University, United States)
Yue Ming (Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University, United States)
Examining Identity Shifts in Competing Fields: The Case of the United Way and Community Foundations (abstract)
11:09
David Suárez (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance- University of Washington, United States)
Gonnie Park (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance- University of Washington, United States)
Kathleen Moore (University of Wisconsin- Madison, United States)
Foundation Websites: Expressions of Organizational Identity and Public Forums for Accountability? (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18B: Regulatory Dynamics in Public Management
Chair:
Susan Yackee (University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States)
Location: 1300
10:15
Gianluca Veronesi (University of Bristol, UK)
Ian Kirkpatrick (The University of Warwick, UK)
Alessandro Zardini (University of Verona, Italy)
Regulatory change and the adaptation of professional status hierarchies: The case of medicine in English public hospitals (abstract)
10:35
Zhengyan Li (Indiana University SPEA, United States)
Regulatory Response to Mandatory Information Disclosure Program: Evidence from Toxic Release Inventory (abstract)
10:55
Jonathan Fisk (Auburn University, United States)
Soren Jordan (Auburn University, United States)
Aj Good (Auburn University, United States)
Boom and Bust Performance: Conflicting Goals, Challenged Regulators, and the Politics of Unconventional Oil and Gas Enforcement (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18C: Diversity Dimensions of Nonprofit Organizations
Chair:
Jasmine Johnson (The George Washington University, United States)
Location: 2102
10:15
Rebecca Nesbit (University of Georgia, United States)
Laurie Paarlberg (IUPUI, United States)
Su Young Choi (University of Georgia, United States)
Ryan Moss (University of Georgia, United States)
The Differential Effect of Racial Diversity on Volunteering in Rural and Non-Rural Places (abstract)
10:35
Ruodan Zhang (Indiana University - Bloomington, United States)
Marlene Walk (Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, United States)
Managing diversity in volunteerism: How community demographics and management practices affect turnover among diverse volunteers (abstract)
10:55
Jelmer Schalk (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Sandra Groeneveld (Leiden University, Netherlands)
The more the merrier? Board gender diversity, managerial networks, and organizational performance (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18D: Understanding the Drivers, Levels and Impacts of Citizen Participation
Chair:
Kathy Quick (University of Minnesota, United States Minor Outlying Islands)
Location: Law 4085
10:15
Dr. Elke Loeffler (Institute of Local Government Studies - University of Birmingham, UK)
Prof. Tony Bovaird (University of Birmingham, UK)
Prof. Gregg Van Ryzin (School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University, United States)
Drivers of co-production to improve quality of life: Findings from a national survey in Germany (abstract)
10:33
Kristina Lambright (Binghamton University, SUNY, United States)
Anna Amirkhanyan (American University, United States)
Md. Shahriar Islam (Binghamton University, SUNY, United States)
Citizen Engagement in Health and Human Service Contracts: From Motives to Actions (abstract)
10:51
Milena I. Neshkova (Florida International University, United States)
Can Chen (Florida International University, United States)
The Effect of Citizen Participation on the Size and Allocation of Budgetary Expenditures: A Panel Cross-Country Analysis (abstract)
11:09
Kaifeng Yang (Renmin University of China and Florida State University, China)
Zihe Guo (Renmin University of China, China)
Building Participatory Government: Perception Variation Between and Among Bureaucrats and Citizens (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18E: Public Management and the Decision to Contract Out
Chair:
Jocelyn Johnston (American University, United States)
Location: 2403
10:15
Tianshu Zhao (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)
Kelly LeRoux (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)
Market or Accountability? Determinants of Contracting Out for Local Health Services (abstract)
10:35
Evelyn Trammell (Florida International University, United States)
Representative Bureaucracy in Government Contracting: Examining Supplier Diversity Policy Decision and Implementation (abstract)
10:55
Lang Yang (George Washington University, United States)
Contractor Sharing, Converging Management Practice, and Its Impact (abstract)
11:15
George Krause (University of Georgia, United States)
Mathew Zarit (University of Pittsburgh, United States)
How U.S. Federal Agencies Make Credible Policy Commitments: Analyzing the Heterogeneous Duration of U.S. Federal Government Contracting Decisions (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18F: Multi-dimensional Leadership of Collaborative Governance Networks: Participants, Structures and Processes
Chair:
Jennifer Mosley (University of Chicago, United States)
Location: 3108
10:15
Angel Saz-Carranza (ESADE, Spain)
Sonia Ospina (NYU, United States)
The Political Dimension of Network Leadership: A Review and Research Agenda (abstract)
10:33
Robin H. Lemaire (Virginia Tech, United States)
Donna Sedgwick (Virginia Tech, United States)
Leading Across the Ebb and Flow of Network Participation: The Role of Key Organizations in Stabilizing Network Structure over Time (abstract)
10:51
Patrick Kenis (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Jörg Raab (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Brokerage as Leadership in the Governance of Fuzzy Networks (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18G: Public Service Motivation: Beyond the Boundary of Public Management
Chair:
Robert Christensen (Brigham Young University, United States)
Location: 3301
10:15
Neil Boyd (Bucknell University, United States)
Branda Nowell (North Carolina State University, United States)
Public Service Motivation, Sense of Community, Sense of Community Responsibility, Organizational Commitment, and Identification: Testing an Integrated Model of Employee Well-Being and Engagement in a Public Service Work Context (abstract)
10:33
Jaclyn S. Piatak (UNC Charlotte, United States)
Stephen B. Holt (Independent Scholar, United States)
Disentangling Altruism and Public Service Motivation: Who Exhibits Organizational Citizenship Behavior? (abstract)
10:51
Benedikte Brincker (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)
Lene Holm Pedersen (Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen & VIVE, Denmark)
On the motivation to serve under extreme conditions – Integrating insights on PSM, SOC-R, SOC and excitement motivation in the ASA model. (abstract)
11:09
Ulf Papenfuss (Zeppelin University, Germany)
Florian Keppeler (Zeppelin University, Germany)
Does Performance-related Pay and Public Service Motivation Research Treat State-owned Enterprises Like the Neglected Cinderella? A Systematic Literature Review and Framework for Future Research on Performance Effects (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18H: Behavioral Public Administration, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
Chair:
Jason Anastasopoulos (University of Georgia, United States)
Location: Law 4004
10:15
Gregory A. Porumbescu (Rutgers – Newark, United States)
Vincent Mabillard (IDHEAP – University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
Suzanne J. Piotrowski (Rutgers – Newark, United States)
Is there a double standard? Assessing how public manager race shapes affects citizens’ responses to performance information disclosure (abstract)
10:33
Peter M. Kruyen (Radboud University, Netherlands)
Shelena A. C. Keulemans (Erasmus University, Netherlands)
Rick T. Borst (Utrecht University, Netherlands)
Is government searching for different personalities? A cross-sectoral computer-assisted analysis of personality descriptors in job vacancies (abstract)
10:51
Radoslaw Kowalski (University College London, UK)
Marc Esteve (University College London, UK)
Slava Mikhaylov (University of Essex, UK)
Application of Natural Language Processing to Determine User Satisfaction in Public Services (abstract)
10:15-11:45 Session 18I: Crises, Collaboration and Networks
Chair:
Thomas Birkland (North Carolina State University, United States)
Location: 2402
10:15
Tie Cui (The University of Edinburgh, Business School, Center for Service Excellence, UK)
Stephen Osborne (The University of Edinburgh, Business School, Center for Service Excellence, UK)
Collaboration for the Common Future? The Integrative Public Leadership in the Local Governance Practice (abstract)
10:35
Qian Hu (University of Central Florida, United States)
Abdul-Akeem Sadiq (University of Central Florida, United States)
Naim Kapucu (University of Central Florida, United States)
A Multiplex Network Approach to Examine Interorganizational Coordination in Response to Disasters (abstract)
10:55
Eric Martin (Bucknell University, United States)
Isabella Nolte (Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany)
Multi-Dimensional Crises: The European Refugee Response (abstract)
12:00-15:00 Session 19: Minnowbrook at PMRC: An Interactive Discussion about the State of the Field
Chairs:
Julia Carboni (Maxwell School, Syracuse University, United States)
Tina Nabatchi (Syracuse University, United States)
Location: 2603