Concurrent Panels

Friday, June 9, 2017, 2:15-3:45 PM

June 8 - 2:00 PM | June 8 - 3:45 PM
June 9 - 9:40 AM | June 9 - 11:10 AM | June 9 - 2:15 PM | June 9 - 4:00 PM
June 10 - 9:40 AM | June 10 - 11: 10 AM | June 10 - 2:15 PM | June 10 - 4:00 PM

Managerial Turnover and its Relationship to Policy Entrepreneurialism

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 103

Chair: Seung-Ho An, Texas A&M University

A Labor Market Theory of Bureaucratic Politics

  • Manuel P. Teodoro, Texas A&M University
  • Nathan Favero, American University

City Manager Turnover and Revenue Diversification

  • Jennifer M. Connolly, University of Miami
  • Rayna Stoycheva, University of Miami

Politicized Bureaucracy in a Merit-based System: Permanent Secretaries’ Tenure in the UK

  • Oliver James, University of Exeter
  • Nicolai Petrovsky, University of Kentucky
  • Ayako Nakamura, Musashino University Tokyo

Revisiting the Bureaucratic Entrepreneur Thesis: Career Mobility, Risks, and Innovation in Local Government Administration

  • Aaron Deslatte, Northern Illinois University
  • William L. Swann, University of Colorado Denver

 

Management Strategies II

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T5

Chair: Rosemary O'Leary, University of Kansas

Nordic Administrative Reforms: Management Instruments and Perceived Effects on Performance

  • Carsten Greve, Copenhagen Business School
  • Niels Ejersbo, KORA
  • Per Lægreid, University of Bergen
  • Lise Rykkja, University of Bergen

The Missing Link in Delegating Power to Bureaucrats - Incorporating Blame Avoidance and Organizational Reputation and Perspectives

  • Jiasheng Zhang, Florida State University

The Power of Comparisons: The Effect of Peer Information on Public Employee Behavior

  • Susan Miller, University of South Carolina
  • Lael R. Keiser, University of Missouri

Effects of Change Management

  • Soeren C. Winter, The Danish National Centre for Social Research
  • Peter R. Skov

 

Moving from Models to Action: The Quantitative Study of Coproduction

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 104

Chair: Taco Brandsen, Radboud University Nijmegen

Types of Coproduction and Differential Effects on Organizational Performance: Evidence from the New York City School System

  • Julio Zambrano-Gutiérrez, Indiana University
  • Amanda Rutherford, Indiana University
  • Sean Nicholson-Crotty, Indiana University

Do Advanced Information Technologies Produce Equitable Government Responses in Coproduction: An Examination of 311 Systems in Twenty US Cities

  • Benjamin Y. Clark, University of Oregon
  • Jeffrey L. Brudney, University of North Carolina Wilmington
  • Sung Gheel Jang, Stony Brook University
  • Bradford Davy, Cleveland State University

Credit Worthiness, Budgeting, and Coproduction: The Tale of American Cities

  • Tatyana Guzman, Cleveland State University
  • Benjamin Y. Clark, University of Oregon

Improving Federal Social Policy Effectiveness: The Role of Collaborative Arrangements at the Local Level   

  • Johabed G. Olvera, Indiana University

 

Understanding the Roots of Public Service Motivation

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T6

Chair: Willow Jacobson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Getting Bureaucrats that Care: Impartial Recruitment and Public Service Motivation in the Civil Service

  • Christian Schuster, University College London
  • Jan Meyer Sahling, University of Nottingham
  • Kim Sass Mikkelsen, University of Southern Denmark

The Effect of Youth Development Programs on Public Service Motivation

  • Thomas K. Valentine, University of Georgia

Increasing Prosocial Behavior - Wishful Thinking or a Real Possibility?

  • Sahar Awan, Universitat Ramon Llull/ESADE
  • Tamyko Ysa, Universitat Ramon Llull/ESADE
  • Marc Esteve, University College London
  • Arjen van Witteloostuijn, Tilburg University & University of Antwerp

Parental Influence on Public Service Motivation-Related Behavior and Interest in Politics: Findings from Swiss Panel Data

  • Carina Schott, University of Bern
  • Caroline Fischer, University of Potsdam

 

Appointee Politics: New Research

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T3

Chair: Anthony Bertelli, New York University

Who Isn’t Running American Government: Appointee Vacancies in U.S. Government Executive Agencies, 1989-2014

  • Matthew Dull, Virginia Tech
  • William Resh, University of Southern California
  • Patrick Roberts, Virginia Tech

Empty Seats: Vacancies, Vetting, and Nomination Delay in Presidential Appointments

  • Evan T. Haglund, US Coast Guard Academy

Ideology and Presidential Appointment Strategies

  • Mark D. Richardson, Vanderbilt University

Presidential Control and Slippage in Distributive Policymaking: Bureaucratic Leadership and Presidential Particularism Reconsidered

  • George A. Krause, University of Pittsburgh
  • Matthew Zarit, University of Pittsburgh

 

Nonprofit Collaboration and Advocacy

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 105

Chair: Lewis Faulk, American University   

Redefining the Public, Private, Nonprofit and Fourth Sectors

  • Eva Witesman, Brigham Young University

Predicting Nonprofit Participation in Political Advocacy:  Levels of Charter School Involvement in State Associations

  • Clifford Frasier, New York University

Professionalization, Voluntarism, and Collaboration: The Limited Capacity in Small-Sized Human Service Nonprofits

  • Mirae Kim, University of Missouri
  • Shuyang Peng, University of New Mexico

 

Behavioral Public Administration and Diversity

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T4

Chair: Gregory B. Lewis, Georgia State University

Administrative Responsiveness and Racial Discrimination: An Experimental Audit of Public School Choice

  • Sebastian Jilke, Rutgers University-Newark
  • Sinah Kang, Rutgers University-Newark

Gender, Performance, and Public Managers: An Experiment on Gender Stereotypes and Public Perceptions

  • Kendall Funk, Texas A&M University and Arizona State University
  • Kenneth J. Meier, Texas A&M University and Cardiff University

Bureaucratic Representation, Diversity, and Equitable Policing

  • James D. Ward, Rutgers University-Newark

More than Public Service: A Field Experiment on Job Advertisements as Recruitment Devices for the Police

  • Elizabeth Linos, Behavioral Insights Team

 

Leadership for Public Sector Collaboration

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 106

Chair: Barbara C. Crosby, University of Minnesota

Dimensions and Drivers of Leadership in Multi Organizational Collaboratives

  • Mary Clare Hano, North Carolina State University
  • Branda Nowell, North Carolina State University

Collaborative Competencies in the Public Sector: What Are States Teaching Public Managers?

  • Meredith J. Pyle, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Character and Integrative Public Leadership

  • Ricardo S. Morse, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

What Do Network Managers do in Successful Networks?

  • Daniela Cristofoli, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca
  • Benedetta Trivellato, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca
  • Stefano Verzillo, Università degli Studi di Milano