Concurrent Panels

Thursday, June 8, 2017, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

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

Expanding Our Understanding of Social Media Use in Public Management

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T3

Chair: M. Jae Moon, Yonsei University

Millennial Preferences for Government Social Media: Meeting Them Where They Are

  • Staci Zavattaro, University of Central Florida
  • Lori Brainard, George Washington University

Public Engagement or Political Marketing? The Untold Story About the Use of Social Media in Local Governments

  • Mila Gasco, University at Albany – SUNY
  • J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, University at Albany – SUNY

Studying People’s Sentiments on Social Media About #BigLift - A Major Bridge Re-decking Project in Halifax, Canada

  • Anatoliy Gruzd, Ryerson University

Social Media Monitoring in the Public Sector with the Help of Digital Volunteers

  • Ines Mergel, Konstanz University


Effects of Transformational Leadership in Public Organizations: Mediators and Moderators

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T6

Chair: Bradley E. Wright, University of Georgia

The Role of Transformational Leadership in Creating Inclusion in Diverse Team

  • Tanachia Ashikali, Leiden University
  • Sandra Groeneveld, Leiden University
  • Ben Kuipers, Leiden University

The Missing Link between Transformational Leadership and Performance Expectations: Internal Communication Climate in Different Structural Contexts

  • Heidi Salomonsen, Aarhus University
  • Stefan Boye, Aarhus University
  • Don Moynihan, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Lotte Bøgh Andersen, Aarhus University

Leadership and Performance of Social Welfare Teams: The Moderating Effect of Span of Control

  • Joris van der Voet, Leiden University
  • Bram Steijn, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Transformational Leadership, Span of Control, and Employee Motivation.

  • Louise Ladegaard Bro, Aarhus University


Issues in Gender and Ethnic Diversity

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T4

Chair: Vicky Wilkins, American University  

From Potlucks and Bulletin Boards to Anti-Racism and Justice: Seattle’s Race and Social Justice Initiative as a Case Study in Equity-Oriented Outcomes

  • Grant H. Blume, University of Washington

Twenty Years of Gender Diversity Research: A Systematic Review and Agenda for Future Research

  • Rachel Breslin, George Washington University
  • Sheela Pandey, Pennsylvania State University
  • Sanjay K. Pandey, George Washington University

Gender Gaps in the Federal Government: An Examination of Perceived Discrimination and Actual Disparities

  • Jaclyn Piatak, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Ashley Nelson, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Ethnic Discrimination in Public Organizations. Does Good Performance Reduce Bad Behavior?

  • Anders Villadsen, Aarhus University
  • Thorbjørn Sejr Guul, Aarhus University
  • Jesper Wulff, Aarhus University


Performance Information and Its Use

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T5

Chair: Beryl Radin, Georgetown University

Do External Performance-Based Governance Regimes Hinder Inter-Organizational Cooperation?

  • Nina van Loon, Aarhus University

Performance Information in the Eyes of Frontline Public Employees

  • Niels Bjørn Grund Petersen, Aarhus University
  • Morten Jakobsen, Aarhus University
  • Trine Laumann, Aarhus University

Performance Regimes and Innovative Behavior

  • Niels Bjørn Grund Petersen, Aarhus University
  • Mads Leth Jakobsen, Aarhus University

Determinants of Public Administrators’ Use of Performance Data: Evidence from Local Governments in Florida

  • Tamara Dimitrijevska-Markoski, University of Central Florida


What Makes Bureaucrats Tick? Recent Methodological Advances in Studying Bureaucratic Performance

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 103

Chair: Martin J. Williams, University of Oxford

Management of Bureaucrats and Public Service Delivery: A Scientific Replication

  • Imran Rasul, University College London
  • Daniel Rogger, World Bank
  • Martin J. Williams, University of Oxford

Setting the Regulatory Agenda: Statutory Deadlines and the Conditions for Compliance

  • Anthony Bertelli, New York University
  • Kathleen Doherty, University of Southern California

A Race to the Top?: The Aid Transparency Index and the Normative Power of Global Performance Assessments

  • Dan Honig, Johns Hopkins SAIS
  • Catherine Weaver, University of Texas

Cognitive Biases in Public Policy Management: Evidence from Ten Artefactual Field Experiments

  • Nicola Bellé, Bocconi University


Motives and Impacts of Citizen Engagement

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 105

Chair: Eric Boyer, The University of Texas at El Paso

A Desire to Engage? How Episodic Recall of Citizen Engagement Impacts Local Government Employees

  • William Resh, University of Southern California
  • Carmen Mooradian, University of Southern California

Are There Social Justice Implications to Participatory Budgeting?

  • Iuliia Shybalkina, Syracuse University

Citizen Engagement in the Age of Contracting: Exploring Citizens’ Feedback and Its Use by Public and Private Agencies

  • Anna A. Amirkhanyan, American University
  • Kristina T. Lambright, Binghamton University

Building Bridges or Walls: Understanding How Market Reforms Affect Social Cohesion

  • Katharine Destler, Western Washington University
  • David Selby, Arizona State University


Open Data in the Public Sector

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 104

Chair: Carolyn Hill, MDRC

Big Data and Analytics in the Public Sector: A Socio-Technical Model

  • Gregory Richards, University of Ottawa

The Reliability of Federal Data for Academic Research

  • Steven Putansu, American University

Performance Management and Open Data: Positive or Negative Feedback Loop?

  • Robert W. Jackman, University of Southern California
  • Matthew Young, University of Southern California

The Promise and the Peril: Open Data Implementation in US Cities

  • Matthew Young, University of Southern California


Management Strategies I

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 106

Chair: Kenneth J. Meier, Texas A&M University

Management, Measurement, and Power: An Ethnographic Study of Certification and Indicators in Hospital Governance

  • Wouter Van Dooren, University of Antwerp
  • Chiara De Caluwé, University of Antwerp

A Closer Look at Networking Dynamics: Understanding Determinants of Changes in Managerial Networking

  • Eunju Rho, University of Akron

Person-Organization Fit and Career Development in the Public Sector

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

Antecedents and Effects of Management Innovation: Shared Senior Management Teams in English Local Governments

  • Rhys Andrews, Cardiff University
  • Benedetta Bellò, Cardiff University
  • James Downe, Cardiff University
  • Steve Martin, Cardiff University
  • Richard M. Walker, City University of Hong Kong