Concurrent Panels

Friday, June 9, 2017, 4:00 - 5:30 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

Managing Performance I

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T5

Chair: Karen Baehler, American University

Managing for Public Outcomes: Do Public Value Institutions Matter?

  • Cullen C. Merritt, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Collaborative Performance Management: Embracing the Complexity of Performance Measurement by Engaging Stakeholders

  • Adam Eckerd, Virginia Tech
  • Lauren Bulka, Virginia Tech
  • Eta Davis, Fairfax County, Virginia
  • Dale Castellow, Fairfax County, Virginia

Triple Bottom Line Government Agencies in the US: A Theoretical and Methodological Framework

  • Joaquin Herranz Jr., University of Washington

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

 

Human Resource Strategies

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 103

Chair: Pablo Sanabria Pulido, Universidad de Los Andes

Reforming Civil Service When Employees are Unhappy: A Longitudinal Study of Job Satisfaction of Environmental Enforcement Officials in Guangzhou, China

  • Bo Wen, University of Southern California
  • Shui-Yan Tang, University of Southern California
  • Carlos Wing-Hung Lo, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Explaining Public Sector Turnover: Impacts of Collaboration and Fit

  • Qingqing Wang, Arizona State University

Human Resource Strategies in Response to Local Government Cutbacks: A Survey Experiment

  • Shin-Do Kim, University of Seoul
  • Min-Hyu Kim, Rutgers Univerisity

Retirements Choices in Uncertain Times: How the Political Environment, Time, and Traditional Turnover Drivers Influence Federal Employees

  • Susannah Bruns Ali, Florida International University

 

Coproduction through the Qualitative Lens

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T6

Chair: Benjamin Y. Clark, University of Oregon

Balancing Out Public and Private Values in the Social Care Sector: Is Coproduction the Way to Go?

  • Sylke Jaspers, KU Leuven
  • Trui Steen, KU Leuven

Coercive and Non-Coercive Coproduction: Dilemmas for Frontline Staff in Nonprofit Human Service Organizations

  • Lehn M. Benjamin, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • Ian Cunningham, University of Strathclyde Glasgow

The Implementation Challenge in User- and Community Co-Production: Change Management in Health, Social Care, Public Safety, and Local Environment in the UK

  • Elke Loeffler, Governance International
  • Tony Bovaird, University of Birmingham

Co-Production in Primary Education

  • Marlies Honingh, Radboud University
  • Taco Brandsen, Radboud University
  • Elena Bondarouk, Radboud University

 

Performance Management in Local Governments

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 104

Chair: Michael Hatch, American University

Performance Gaps and Organizational Change: Evidence From Chinese Local Governments

  • Liang Ma, Renmin University of China
  • Ling Zhu, University of Houston

Performance Management: Leadership Practices Addressing the Social Determinants of Health

  • Richard Callahan, University of San Francisco

Can Performance Management and Related Best Practices Help Reduce Crime? Evidence From US Police Agencies

  • Obed Pasha, Cleveland State University

 

Cutting-edge Issues in Public Service Motivation

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 105

Chair: Laura Langbein, American University

Reactions to Men's and Women's Public Service Motivation

  • Suzette Caleo, Louisiana State University

Using Self-Persuasion to Change Public Service Motivation and Policy Alienation: Lessons from a Survey Experiment

  • Rosanna Nagtegaal, Utrecht University, Erasmus University
  • Wouter Vandenabeele, Utrecht University

Coping with Conflict: Examining the Influence of Union – Management Conflict and PSM on Turnover Intent

  • Randall Davis, Southern Illinois University
  • Edmund C. Stazyk, University at Albany – SUNY

Does Competence Matter? The Role of Competence in the PSM-Performance Relationship

  • Heidi Hesselberg Lauritzen, SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research

 

Leadership Strategies

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T3

Chair: Nathan Favero, American University

The Interaction between Structure and Preference for Structure Predicting Transformational Leadership and Performance Behaviors: A Moderated Mediation Analysis

  • Jaehee Jong, University at Albany –SUNY

The Jackie Robinson Effect in Public Administration:  How Race Shapes Bureaucratic Ambition

  • Manuel Teodoro, Texas A&M University
  • Kristen Carroll, Texas A&M University        

Explaining Managerial Delegation in a Collaborative Arrangement: Experimental Evidence from Mexican Mayors

  • Claudia N. Avellaneda, Indiana University
  • Johabed G. Olvera, Indiana University

What Drives Local Leaders to Cooperate For Service Provision? Evidence from a National Survey Experiment on U.S. Mayors and Councilors

  • Meghan E. Rubado, Cleveland State University         

 

Public Policies, Funding and Nonprofit Management

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T4

Chair: Alison Jacknowitz, American University

Pantries and Policy Implementation: Using Nonprofit Roles to Understand the Impact of Discretion in Food Assistance

  • Jamie Levine Daniel, Indianapolis University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • Rachel Fyall, University of Washington

How do Nonprofits Respond to Government Budget Cuts? Evidence from Local Parks and Recreation Services.

  • Yuan Daniel Cheng, Indiana University
  • Kate Lang Yang, Indiana University

Equity and Implementation Performance Trade-Offs in Federal Policies

  • Gabriel Pina, Indiana University

The Impact of Austerity on Nonprofit Management:  The Case of Human Services

  • Steven Rathgeb Smith, American Political Science Association