Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Understanding Front Line Workers’ Strategies

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

An Iceberg of Trust: Linking (Nasty) Policy Reforms to the Loyalty of Street-Level Bureaucrats

  • Frederik Thuesen, SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research
  • Rebekka Bille, Danish Board of Social Appeals

Social Class, Ingroup-Outgroup Comparison, and Citizen Evaluations: Is User Satisfaction Linked to Outcome Disparities?

  • Nathan Favero, American University
  • Miyeon Song, Texas A&M University
  • Minjung Kim, American University

Accountability at Its Finest: Front Line Workers Responding to the Use of Body-Worn Cameras

  • James Wright II, American University

“My Job is to Be a Role Model” – Understanding the Role of Teachers in the Implementation of Health Promotion Programs in Danish Public Schools

  • Mathilde Cecchini, University of Aarhus
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Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Bureaucrats’ Responses to Citizen Engagement

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Caseworkers’ Responses to Citizens’ Emotional Behavior in Public Encounters

  • Mette Bisgaard, Aarhus University

Representative but Underperforming Bureaucracies: Implications for Public Participations

  • Milena I. Neshkova, Florida International University
  • Gregory A. Porumbescu, Rutgers University

A Framework for Stakeholder Management in Local Governance Arenas: Comparing Co-planning, Co-decision making, Co-design, Co-delivery, and Co-Assessment

  • Alessandro Sancino, The Open University
  • Alessandro Braga, Independent Researcher & Consultant

Citizen Participation as an Anti-Corruption Tool: Evidence from a Panel Cross-Country Analysis

  • Milena Neshkova, Florida International University
  • Can Chen, Florida International University
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Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector

Location: TBD

Chair: Sandford Borins, University of Toronto Scarborough
Trui Steen, KU Leuven
Koen Verhoest, University of Antwerp

Creating Value Through Collaborative Innovation

  • Stephen P. Osborne, Centre for Service Excellence, University of Edinburgh Business School
  • Sophie Flemig, Centre for Service Excellence, University of Edinburgh Business School

What Conditions Drive Sustainable Collaborative Innovation In The Public Sector?: An Analysis of Network, Organisational, and Individual Level Drivers and Barriers for Public Sector Innovation

  • Tom Langbroek,  University of Antwerp
  • Cécile Riche, Université Louvain-la-Neuve
  • Charlotte Van Dijck,  KU Leuven
  • Vidar Stevens, University of Antwerp
  • David Aubin, Université Louvain-la-Neuve
  • Stéphane Moyson, Université Louvain-la-Neuve
  • Trui Steen,  KU Leuven
  • Koen Verhoest, University of Antwerp 

Space Odyssey of Innovative Public Services: Human-Machine Collaboration

  • Rainer Kattel, Tallinn University of Technology
  • Veiko Lember, Tallinn University of Technology
  • Piret Tõnurist, Tallinn University of Technology

Strengthening Interactive Political Leadership By Designing Arenas for Collaborative Policy Innovation: Theoretical Reflections and Empirical Experiences

  • Eva Sørensen, Roskilde University
  • Jacob Torfing, Roskilde University
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Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Management and Engagement in a Developed World

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Big Questions for Public Management in an Era of Devolution

  • Elizabeth Baldwin, University of Arizona
  • Rachel Fyall, University of Washington

Collaborative Governance and Communities: Integrating Collaborative Public Management and Public Engagement

  • Lisa Blomgren Amsler, Indiana University

Nonprofit Inclusion and Voice in Collaborative Governance Networks

  • Jennifer E. Mosley, University of Chicago

What Predicts Nonprofit Engagement in Policy Advocacy? A Meta-Analytical Review

  • Jiahuan Lu, Rutgers University-Newark
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Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Theories and Tools for Studying Leadership

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Power and Leader Prototypicality in the Public Sector: An Empirical Analysis in the German Police Forces

  • Antonio Vera, German Police University
  • Faye Barth-Farkas, German Police University

How Does Public Service Motivation Flow?  The Role of Servant Leadership and Ethical Climate

  • Dong C Shim, Korea University
  • Jae Uk Chun, Korea University
  • Hyun Hee Park, Kookmin University

The Role of Leadership in Creating Shared Situation Awareness for Effective Crisis Management

  • Zhe Zhu, Tsinghua University & University of Central Florida,

Validating Public Leadership Tool in the Context of Pakistan

  • Amani Moazzam, University of the Punjab
  • Nighat Ansari, University of the Punjab
  • Yaamina Salman, University of the Punjab
  • Hina Saleem, University of the Punjab
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Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Organizational Characteristics and Performance

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Organizational Size and Public Service Performance: An Integration of Research Findings

  • Richard M. Walker, City University of Hong Kong
  • Rhys Andrews, Cardiff University
  • Bert George, Erasmus University
  • Xuan Tu, Jiangsu Provincial Party School

A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of a Federal Performance-Based Grants Program in the Transit Industry

  • Obed Pasha, UMass Amherst
  • Theodore H. Poister, Georgia State University

Incentive Structure, Locus of Control, and Resource Munificence in Performance Regimes: Evidence from Hybrid Organizations

  • Jiaqi Liang, New Mexico State University
  • Liang Ma, Renmin University of China

Budgetary Changes and Organizational Performance: The Conditioning Impact of Clientele Context

  • Carla Flink, American University
  • Angel Luis Molina, Jr. Arizona State University
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Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Diversity Impacts on the Workplace

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

Managing Veterans in the U.S. Federal Government: A Diversity Management Perspective

  • Sean Webeck, Indiana University
  • Venkata Krishna Nadella, Indiana University

Feeling or Being Discriminated Against? A Study on the Acceptance of Telework in Government

  • Valentina Mele, Bocconi University
  • Nicola Bellé, Bocconi University
  • Maria Cucciniello, Bocconi University
  • Greta Nasi, Bocconi University

Diversity Impacts on The Workplace: How Can Leadership Power Mediate Between Diversity Effects and Teamwork Processes?

  • Eunmi Choi, Rutgers University

Investigating Public Access to Cultural Organizations in the Detroit Metropolitan Area: Does the Urban Environment Matter?

  • Alisa Moldavanova, Wayne State University
  • Lyke Thompson, Wayne State University
  • Katelyn Burkart, Wayne State University
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Jun
10
4:00pm 4:00pm

Turnover Behavior in the Public Sector

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

A Meta-Analysis of Turnover Intention Predictors Among Public Sector Employee: Why Do They Leave? Why Do They Stay?

  • Hyunkang Hur, Indiana University Kokomo

Leadership, Modes of Experience, and Frontline Turnover

  • Carrie M. Duncan, University of Missouri

The Impact of Political Appointees on Turnover Intention

  • Lael Keiser, University of Missouri
  • Cody Drolc, University of Missouri

Turnover Behavior Among US Government Employees

  • Hyungjo Hur, The Ohio State University
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Strategic Plans: Participants, Content, and Implementation

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Participation in Planning: A Comparative Case Study

  • Lauren Hamilton Edwards, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Presenting Public Value Priorities in Strategic Plans: Are Florida Cities and Counties Alike, and Do They Measure What They Do?

  • Frances S. Berry, Florida State University
  • Seejeen Park, KwangWoon University

A Review of Agency Strategic Plans Under the Federal Performance Management Framework

  • J. Woody Stanley, Federal Highway Administration

Retiring the Golden Hammer: Identifying Situational Tools for Strategic Plan Implementation

  • David Mitchell, University of Central Florida
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Oversight Regime and Managerial Compliance

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

“A Thousand Petty Fortresses”: How Legislative Deficiencies and Administrative Burden in U.S. Immigration Policies Impede the Well-Being of Children and Families

  • Carolyn Heinrich, Vanderbilt University

"Ceremonial" Beyond-Compliance Practice: Patterns and Motivations in Environmental Management

  • Wai-Hang Yee, The University of Hong Kong
  • Shui-Yan Tang, University of Southern California
  • Carlos Wing-Hung Lo, The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong

Oversight Regime and Managerial Compliance: From Self-Regulation to Command-And-Control Explanations

  • Rene Torenvlied, University of Twente
  • Agnes Akkerman, Radboud University Nijmegen

Compliance Regimes for Clean Energy Access: Technocracy and Energy Subsidy Reforms in India

  • Srinivas Yerramsetti, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-Newark
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Understanding Workforce Diversity

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

Representative Bureaucracy, Gender, and Decentralization:  A Cross-National Examination of Fifteen Countries

  • Miyeon Song, Texas A&M University
  • Seung-Ho An, Texas A&M University
  • Kenneth J. Meier, Texas A&M University

How Does Workforce Diversity Affect Employee Turnover in Public Organizations?

  • Anders Villadsen Aarhus University
  • Sarah Krøtel, Aarhus University
  • Rachel Ashworth, Cardiff University

Client Ethnicity and Caseworker Sanctioning Decision in a Scandinavian Welfare State

  • Mogens Jin Pedersen, The Danish National Centre for Social Research (SFI)
  • Justin M. Stritch, Arizona State University
  • Frederik Thuesen, The Danish National Centre for Social Research (SFI)

Tenure vs. Temporary: How Tenure Protections Influence Positive Representation Effects

  • Daniel Fay, Florida State University
  • Vicky Wilkins, American University
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Innovations in State and Local Budgeting

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Mining Public Budgeting and Revenue Management Insights from Public Data Resources

  • Ray Nelson, Brigham Young University

EMMA and the Rise of Public Value in the US Municipal Bond Market: Evidence from Georgia?

  • Sherman A. Cooper, Spelman College

When Ties Bind: Public Managers’ Networking Behavior and Municipal Fiscal Health After the Great Recession

  • Benedict Jimenez, Northeastern University

The Impact of the “Amazon Tax” on Local Sales Tax Revenue

  • Whitney Afonso, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Employee Development, Motivation and Performance

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Sector Agnostic Future Global Leaders or Naïve Millennials? An International Study on the Effect of Motivations, Values, and Sector Perceptions on the Job Sector Preference of Public Policy and Business School Students

  • Leonie Heres, Utrecht University
  • Zeger van der Wal, National University of Singapore

Employee Development and Labor Mobility: Why do People Choose to be a Student AND a Full-Time Employee?

  • Jiwon Jung, Arizona State University
  • Eriko Fukumoto, Arizona State University

Exploring How Attitude towards Performance Review and Assessment (PRA) Changes Over Time: A Longitudinal Q Methodology Study of Physician Executives

  • Alberto Asquer, SOAS University of London
  • Inna Krachkovskaya, University of Cagliari

The Effects of Managers’ Purposeful Performance Information Use on American Hospital Performance

  • Morgen Johansen, University of Hawaii,
  • Taehee Kim, Seoul National University of Science and Technology
  • Ling Zhu, University of Houston
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Creating and Communicating Innovation: IRSPM Panel

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

The Structure of Bureacratic Dissent in the U.S. Federal Government

  • Ines Mergel, Konstanz University

Street-level Bureaucrats in the Spotlight: The Influence of Media Attention on the Inspection Style of Inspectors.

  • Alette Opperhuizen, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Jasper Eshuis, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Erik Hans Klijn, Erasmus University Rotterdam

An Innovation Typology for Public Service Orgnaizations

  • Jiyao Chen, Oregon State University
  • Richard M. Walker, City University of Hong Kong
  • Mohanbir Sawhney, Kellogg School of Management

Use of Internet and Social Media Sources for Professional Knowlegde Absorption in the Dental PBRN

  • Simone Rosenblum, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Diana Hicks, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Kimberley R. Isett, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Julia Melkers, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Networks and Collaborative Governance: What’s the Big Diff?

Location: TBD

Chair: Kirk Emerson, The University of Arizona

Differentiating the Processes, Outputs, and Outcomes of Network Governance and Collaborative Governance

  • Craig W. Thomas, University of Washington

CGRs Within and Beyond Networks or as Networks

  • Kirk Emerson, University of Arizona
  • Tina Nabatchi, University of Syracuse

How Network Analysis Contributes to Our Understanding of Collaborative Governance

  • Tyler A. Scott, The University of Georgia

Commentary: The Essential Distinctions and Commonalities Between Network and Collaborative Governance Research

  • Brint Milward, University of Arizona
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Jun
10
2:15pm 2:15pm

Government-Citizen Interactions from a Behavioral Public Administration Perspective

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Government Funding and Private Donations: Crowding-In Versus Crowding-Out in the Context of a Big Data Experiment

  • Sebastian Jilke, Rutgers University
  • Jiahuan Lu, Rutgers University

Police Entrants at Midcareer

  • Zachary W. Oberfield, Haverford College

Reducing Aggression Against Public Service Workers: A Field Experimental Study

  • Lars Tummers, Utrecht University
  • Robin Bouwman, Radboud University
  • Maurits van Leeuwen, Utrecht University

A Quasi-Experimental Study of Federal Employees Work Motivation and Beneficiary Contract

  • Michael D. Siciliano, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • James R. Thompson, University of Illinois at Chicago
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Jun
10
11:10am11:10am

Representation and Management Strategies

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Protect and Serve: Representation and Management Strategies in Police Departments

  • Stephen B. Holt, American University
  • Chris Birdsall, Boise State University

Representative Bureaucracy, Race and Policing: A Survey Experiment

  • Norma M. Riccucci, Rutgers University
  • Gregg G. Van Ryzin, Rutgers-Newark
  • Karima Jackson, Rutgers-Newark

Symbolic Representation and Organizational Outcomes: The Impact of Minority Representation and Community Policing on Police Misconduct

  • Seong C. Kang, University of Georgia,
  • Brian N. Williams, University of Georgia
  • Gene A. Brewer, University of Georgia

Gender Identity and Prosecutorial Discretion:  An Empirical Assessment with Individual Level Administrative Data

  • Daniel B. Baker, Ohio State University
  • Shahidul Hassan, Ohio State University
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Jun
10
11:10am11:10am

Managerial Strategies in Public-Private Partnerships

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

How Much Will it Cost Me? Examining the Transaction Costs of Collaboration on Informal and Formal Collaboration

  • Jessica Terman, George Mason University
  • Richard Feiock, Florida State University

Shifting Boundaries between the Public and Private Sectors:  Can Further Blurring Achieve Public Goals?

  • Eva Witesman, Brigham Young University
  • Charles Wise, University of Arizona

Systemic Risk and Democratic Accountability in Networked Contract Regimes

  • Julia L. Carboni, Syracuse University

Public Control and Managerial Strategies in Public-Private Partnerships

  • Alessandro Sancino, The Open University
  • Dr. Daniela Cristofoli, University of Milano-Bicocca (IT)
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Jun
10
11:10am11:10am

Toward a Complete Theory of Organizational Networks: Agency, Process, and Structure

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

“How Prepared Are We?  The Structure and Governance of Response Networks in Two Infectious Disease Outbreak Scenarios in the Netherlands.”

  • Patrick Kenis, Institute for Public Management and Governance, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
  • Jörg Raab, Tilburg University
  • Marleen Kraaij-Dirkzwager, Department for Environmental Health, Aftercare and Security, Centre for Environmental Safety and Security (VLH), National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)
  • Aura Timen, National Coordination Centre for Communicable Disease Control, The Netherlands

Toward a Theory of Structure and Process in Organizational Networks

  • H. Brinton Milward, University of Arizona

“Networks of Networks: An Investigation of Interlocks among Networks within Community Systems”

  • Branda Nowell, North Carolina State University
  • Mary Hano, North Carolina State University
  • Kate Albrecht, North Carolina State University

“Public Service Network Formation: How Do the Actors’ Motivations Shape the Process?”

  • Federica Segato, Politecnico di Milano
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Jun
10
11:10am11:10am

Innovation and Creativity in Public Organizations

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Organizational Innovation Revisited: Variation Across Innovations and Economic Sectors

  • Xuhong Su, University of South Carolina
  • Barry Bozeman, Arizona State University
  • Craig Boardman

Constrained or Creative? Financial Condition and Innovation in Public Organizations

  • Akheil Singla, Arizona State University
  • Justin M. Stritch, Arizona State University
  • Mary K. Feeney, Arizona State University

Does Sector Matter for Innovation? A Cross-Sector Comparison of Organizational Responses to Performance Gaps

  • Ling Zhu, University of Houston
  • Amanda Rutherford, Indiana University
  • Ohbet Cheon, Texas A&M University

A Comparative Study of City Innovativeness in the United States, 2000-2015

  • David Suarez, University of Washington
  • Christof Brandtner, Stanford University
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Jun
10
11:10am11:10am

Employee Motivation and Satisfaction

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Sector Differences in Job Satisfaction: Setting the Score Using Representative Data

  • Jesper Rosenberg Hansen, Aarhus University
  • Anders Frederiksen, Aarhus University

Trickle-Down Effect of Employee Empowerment on Employee Behavior

  • Jongsoo Park, The Ohio State University

Can Governance Interventions Crowd Out Intrinsic Motivation? Field Experimental Evidence from General Practice in Denmark

  • Ulrich Jensen, Arizona State University
  • Line Pedersen, University of Southern Denmark
  • Christian Jacobsen, Aarhus University
  • Frans Waldorff, University of Southern Denmark
  • Merethe Andersen, University of Southern Denmark

The Importance of Employee Motivation for Program Evaluation. Evidence from a Randomized Field Trial

  • Simon Calmar Andersen, Aarhus University
  • Maria Knoth Humlum, Aarhus University
  • Ulrik Hvidman, Aarhus University
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Jun
10
11:10am11:10am

Managing Performance II

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Establishing a Link Between Output and Outcome in Policy Implementation: Opportunistic Behavior, Performance Management, and Anticorruption

  • Jiaqi Liang, New Mexico State University
  • Laura Langbein, American University
  • Michaela Buenemann, New Mexico State University

Does Organizational Performance Affect Employee Voluntary Turnover? A Re-examination of the Turnover-Performance Relationship

  • Weijie Wang, The College at Brockport
  • Rusi Sun, University of Michigan-Dearborn

Current Practices of Performance Management Systems and Challenges in Human Service Nonprofits

  • Mirae Kim, University of Missouri
  • Cleopatra Charles, Rutgers University-Newark

Incentives and Frustration in Pay-for-performance Programs: Evidence of Police Units

  • Sandro Cabral, Insper
  • Sergio Firpo, Insper
  • Marcelo Marchesini da Costa, Insper
  • Leonardo Viotti, Insper
  • Joana Monteiro, ISP-RJ
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Jun
10
11:10am11:10am

Opening Government: Evidence on Transparency, Coproduction, Civic Engagement, and Data Sharing

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Using Open Government to Coproduce Public Health: Insight from a Survey Experiment

  • Gregory A. Porumbescu, Rutgers University - Newark
  • Gil-Garcia, J Ramon, SUNY Albany
  • Maria Cucciniello, Bocconi University

Data Access in Small and Medium Sized US Governments

  • Federica Fusi, Arizona State University

The Effect of Court Transparency on Decision Support by Citizens: A Priming Experiment

  • Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen, Utrecht University
  • Kees van den Bos, Utrecht University

Connecting Data Environments in Local Governments: An Exploratory Framework

  • Kevin Desouza, Arizona State University
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Jun
10
9:40am 9:40am

Managing Public Discourse

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Examining Street-Level Collaboration: Evidence from a Citizen Engagement Initiative to Improve Maternal and Child Health Services in India

  • Harish P. Jagannath, Azim Premji University
  • Tina Nabatchi, Syracuse University

Managing Public Discourse: Tactics for Shifting Deliberations

  • Susannah Bruns Ali, Florida International University
  • Sukumar Ganapati, Florida International University

Volunteer Involvement in Public Service Delivery: Linking Perceptions of Volunteer Use to Citizen Satisfaction

  • Heather Rimes, Western Carolina University
  • Rebecca Nesbit, University of Georgia
  • Jeffrey Brudney, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Public Administration as Political Integrator

  • Juniper Katz, University of Colorado Denver
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Jun
10
9:40am 9:40am

Understanding Nonprofit Support for Public Services

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

Use and Perceptions of Nonprofit and Local Government Services in Diverse Urban Settings

  • Khaldoun AbouAssi, American University
  • Lewis Faulk, American University
  • Long Tran, American University
  • Joe Shaffer, American University
  • Minjung Kim, American University

Determinants of Real Estate Investments for Nonprofit Organizations

  • Joanna Woronkowicz, Indiana University
  • Shinwoo Lee, Indiana University

Using Data to Improve Performance? The Case of Nonprofit Nursing Homes

  • Sarah Pettijohn, University of North Carolina - Charlotte

Understanding Nonprofit Support for Public Services: Moving from Co-Production to Co-provision

  • Yuan Cheng, Indiana University
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Jun
10
9:40am 9:40am

Policy Priorities and Public Management

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

Presidentially Directed Policy Change during Agency Regulatory Review

  • Susan Yackee, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Simon Haeder, West Virginia University

Public Regulation and the Emergence of Private Regulation among Nonprofit Organizations

  • Mary Kay Gugerty, University of Washington
  • Emily Finchum, University of Washington
  • David Suarez, University of Washington

Public Management and Policy Priorities: The Case of OSHA Health Standards

  • Clayton Sinyai, Bridgeport Research

Inter-Governmental Boundary Work and Roadway Safety in American Indian Reservations

  • Kathryn Quick, University of Minnesota
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Jun
10
9:40am 9:40am

Managing Immigration Enforcement and Its Consequences

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Immigration Enforcement Governance and the Performance of Detention Facilities

  • Jocelyn M Johnston, American University
  • Zachary Bauer, American University

Representative Bureaucracy and the Salience of Hispanic Ethnic Identity: Does Immigration Context Moderate Ethnic Pairing?

  • Katie Vinopal, Ohio State University
  • Juan Manuel Pedroza, Sociology Department, Stanford University

Representative Bureaucracy and Performance Quantity and Quality: An Application to Immigration Enforcement

  • Francisco I. Pedraza, Department of Political Science, University of California, Riverside
  • M. Apolonia Calderon, Texas A&M University

Immigration Enforcement Management, ICE Worksite Raids, and Impacts on K-12 Public Schools

  • Raymond Zuniga, American University
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Jun
10
9:40am 9:40am

Gender Issues in Public and Nongovernmental Organizations

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD    

Public Perceptions of Pay Equity in City Management: An Experimental Analysis

  • Suzanne M. Leland, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Gender Congruence and Rule Following: Examining the Causal Link of Representative Bureaucracy

  • Jaclyn Piatak, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Zachary Mohr, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Examining Gender Dimensions of Leadership in International Nongovernmental Organizations

  • Eric Boyer, University of Texas at El Paso
  • Aleksey Kolpakov, University of Nevada at Reno
  • Scott Lee, University of Nevada at Reno

Explaining LGBT-Heterosexual Differences in Perceptions of Organizational Justice: The Roles of Gender, Race, Agency, Disability, and Veteran Status.

  • Gregory B. Lewis, Georgia State University
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Jun
10
9:40am 9:40am

Public Sector Employees: Resilient or Fragile?

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

The Determinants of Antifragile Organizations: Do Resilient Employees Foster Antifragile Organizations?

  • Meghna Sabharwal, The University of Texas at Dallas
  • Imane Hijal Moghrabi, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin
  • Geoff Plimmer, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Evan M. Berman, Victoria University of Wellington

Examining the Effect of Bureaucrat Bashing on the Morale of Public Employees

  • Gordon B. Abner, Indiana University

The Psychology of Surviving Organizational Layoffs - A Systematic Review of the Survivor Syndrome and Its Public-Sector Application

  • Hyuk Yang, Rutgers University-Newark
  • Sebastian Jilke, Rutgers University-Newark

Constrained but Committed: Coping with Personnel Constraints in Public Organizations

  • Roger Qiyuan Jin, University of Georgia
  • Hal G. Rainey, University of Georgia
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Jun
10
9:40am 9:40am

Budgeting through Economic and Fiscal Stress

Location: TBD

Chair: TBD

Helping or Hurting? The Costs and Benefits of Municipal Bankruptcy

  • Akheil Singla, Arizona State University
  • Carolyn Abott, The Ohio State University
  • Samuel Stone, California State University, Fullerton

Municipal Response to the Great Recession: Evidence from Small-to-Medium Sized Cities in Georgia with Key Comparisons to Florida Cities

  • Cary Christian, Georgia Southern University

From Fiscal to Organizational Stress: Implementing Organizational Reforms During Austerity

  • Tom Overmans, Utrecht University

Budgeting Flexibility Through Optimal Rainy Day Funds

  • Ray Nelson, Brigham Young University
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