Concurrent Panels

Thursday, June 8, 2017, 3:45 pm – 5:15 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

Qualitative and Interpretative Perspectives on Collaborative Governance: Networks and Collaborative Governance

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T3

Chair: Khaldoun AbouAssi, American University

Why Should You Keep Your Enemies Close In Your Networks?  A Study on a Local Hydraulic Fracturing Policy Network in New York State

  • Jeongyoon Lee, Ball State University
  • Jennifer Dodge, University at Albany – SUNY

Accountability Challenges in Collaborative Governance

  • Seulki Lee, New York University
  • Sonia Ospina, New York University

The Role of Networks and Collaborative Processes in the Digital Transformation of State Governments

  • Mila Gasco, University at Albany – SUNY
  • Luis F. Luna, University at Albany – SUNY

Climate Change Adaptation at the Local Level: The Case of Florida

  • Vaiva Kalesnikaite, Florida International University


Managing Complexity in Public-Private Partnerships

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T6

Chair: Jocelyn Johnston, American University         

The Management Imperatives of Complex Contracting

  • Trevor Brown, The Ohio State University
  • Matt Potoski, University of California-Santa Barbara
  • David Van Slyke, Syracuse University

Public Private Differences in Hospital Approaches to Population Health

  • Danielle Atkins, University of Central Florida
  • Meghan Gabriel, University of Central Florida
  • Xinliang "Albert" Liu, University of Central Florida

Corruption, Democracy, and Public-Private Partnerships

  • Anthony Bertelli, New York University
  • Valentina Mele, Bocconi University
  • Eleanor Woodhouse, Bocconi University

Human Service Contractor Location: Moving to Need?

  • Brent Never, University of Missouri- Kansas City
  • Drew Westberg, Coe College


Understanding Organizational Structure and Red Tape

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T4

Chair: Steven Putansu, American University

More than Pathological Formalization: Understanding Organizational Structure and Red Tape

  • Erin L. Borry, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Wesley Kaufmann, Tilburg University
  • Leisha DeHart-Davis, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Where does Red-Tape Come From?

  • Niels Ejersbo, KORA
  • Nanna Høygaard Lindeberg, KORA
  • Lene Holm Pedersen, CBS

Red Tape Dynamics - How Performance Regimes Influence Red Tape

  • Mads Leth Felsager Jakobsen, Aarhus University
  • Nina van Loon, Aarhus University

The Influence of Red Tape on Bureaucratic Decision-making: A Replication and Extension of Scott and Pandey’s Experiment

  • M. Jin Lee, City University of Hong Kong
  • Gene A. Brewer, The University of Georgia
  • Jessica Li, City University of Hong Kong
  • Nicolai Petrovsky, University of Kentucky
  • Sanjay Pandey, The George Washington University


Performance and Accountability

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room T5

Chair: Beryl Radin, Georgetown University

(Over) Confidence and Performance Information: Exploring the Limits of Bureaucratic Rationality

  • Sean Webeck, Indiana University

Motivated Reasoning about Government Performance: A Replication and Extension of Experiments in the US and Denmark

  • Oliver James, University of Exeter
  • Martin Baekgaard, Aarhus University
  • Søren Serritzlew, Aarhus University
  • Gregg Van Ryzin, Rutgers University

How Political and Collegial Accountability Contexts Influence Public Managers’ Use of Performance Information

  • Jakob Majlund Holm, Aarhus University

Does CompStat Help Reduce Crime? A Quasi-Experimental Analysis of Police Performance Systems between 2000 and 2013

  • Obed Pasha, Cleveland State University
  • Alexander Kroll, Florida International University
  • Michael Ash, University of Massachusetts Amherst


Cutting-Edge Issues in Service Delivery

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 103

Chair: Julia L. Carboni, Syracuse University

Utilization of Computer Simulation and Serious Games to Inform Livestock Biosecurity Policy and Governance

  • Christopher Koliba, University of Vermont
  • Serge Wiltshire, University of Vermont
  • Scott Merrill, University of Vermont
  • Asim Zia, University of Vermont
  • Gabriella Bucini, University of Vermont

More Than Mere Words? The Role of Text in Priming Institutional Logics in Public Management

  • Benard Ngoye, Universitat Ramon Llull/ESADE
  • Vicenta Sierra, Universitat Ramon Llull/ESADE
  • Tamyko Ysa, Universitat Ramon Llull/ESADE
  • Sahar Awan, Universitat Ramon Llull/ESADE

Establishing the Bureaucratic Field in Stateless Territories

  • Alketa Peci, Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazilian School of Business and Public Administration
  • Vanessa Brulon, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

What’s the Organization Got to do With It? Examining Organizational Structures and Police-Community Relations.

  • Andrea Marie Headley, Florida International University


Ethics, Self-Interest and Sabotage in the Public Sector

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 104

Chair: William Resh, University of Southern California

Ethics Management, Retaliation, and Whistle-Blowing: An Analysis of US Executive Branch Ethics Programs

  • Sun Young Kim, Indiana University

Street-level Discretion and Public Service Sabotage: A Systematic Review of Behaviour, Antecedents, and Effects

  • Lars Tummers, Utrecht University
  • Steven Van de Walle, KU Leuven
  • Maurits van Leeuwen, Utrecht University

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


Understanding Emergency Management

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 105

Chair: Patrick Roberts, Virginia Tech

Understanding Engagement in Disaster Planning in Relation to County Officials’ Individual-Level Psychological Indicators, Organizational, and Institutional Factors

  • Anne-Lise Velez, North Carolina State University
  • John M. Diaz, University of Florida
  • Branda L. Nowell, North Carolina State University
  • Toddi A. Steelman, University of Saskatchewan
  • A.J. Faas, San Jose State University

Operational Bureaucratic Politics and the Rise of the Armed Forces in Domestic Emergency Management

  • Jori Kalkman, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

A Network Design Perspective on Resilient Crisis Response: Lessons from the Case of Flight MH17

  • Rene Torenvlied, University of Twente
  • Matthijs Moorkamp, Radboud University Nijmegen
  • Ramses Wessel, University of Twente
  • Wout Broekema, Leiden University

Policy Frameworks for Interoperable Crisis Communication and Disaster Management

  • Brittany Haupt, University of Central Florida
  • Naim Kapucu, University of Central Florida


Coproduction of Public Services

Location: Ward Circle Building, Room 106

Chair: Nathan Favero, American University

Organizational Correlates and Outcomes of Two Models of Co-Production

  • Sunggeun (Ethan) Park, University of Chicago

Service Provider Perspectives on Coproduction and its Outcomes

  • Tina Nabatchi, Syracuse University
  • Suyeon Jo, Syracuse University
  • Samanta Lee, Syracuse University

On Whom Can We Rely? Citizens Respond to Distrust in Government and the Ineffective Leadership of Local Elected Officials in the Context of Co-Production

  • Dhanakorn Mulaphong, The University of Georgia
  • Brian N. Williams, The University of Georgia

Coproduction and Service Outcomes: The Impact of Volunteer Usage on Law Enforcement Performance

  • Seong C. Kang, University of Georgia