Concurrent Panels

Saturday, June 10, 2017, 11:10 AM - 12:30 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 II

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 103

Chair: Mary Kay Gugerty, University of Washington

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
  • Sarah Pettijohn, University of North Carolina-Charlotte

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

 

Employee Motivation and Satisfaction

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 104

Chair: Susannah Bruns Ali, Florida International University

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

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

 

Innovation and Creativity in Public Organizations

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 105

Chair: Long Tran, American University

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

 

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

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T5

Chair: Mary Feeney, Arizona State University

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

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

Data Access in Small and Medium Sized US Governments

  • Federica Fusi, Arizona State University

Can Improved Court Communication Strengthen Support for Politically Salient Verdicts? An Experiment.

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

 

Managerial Strategies in Public-Private Partnerships

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T6

Chair: Steven Rathgeb Smith, American Political Science Association

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
  • Jisun Youm, University of Colorado at Denver

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
  • Daniela Cristofoli, University of Milano-Bicocca (IT)

 

Representation and Management Strategies

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T3

Chair: Jocelyn Johnston, American University       

Protect and Serve: Representation and Management Strategies in Police Departments

  • Stephen Holt, University at Albany – SUNY
  • Chris Birdsall, Boise State University

Representative Bureaucracy, Race and Policing: A Survey Experiment

  • Norma M. Riccucci, Rutgers-Newark
  • 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

 

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

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T4

Chair: Robin Lemaire, Virginia Tech University

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 Milan

 

Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 106

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
  • Greta Nasi, Bocconi University

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