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8:00-8:30 a.m. Registration, Continental Breakfast, Student Poster Viewing
8:30-8:45 a.m. Conference Opening and Overview
8:45-9:00 a.m. Break/Student Poster Viewing
9:00-10:30 a.m. Session 1 (Panels 1-3 Concurrent)
Panel 1: Community Engagement in Planning and Economic Development
There goes the neighborhood: The impacts of common-interest developments upon municipality property values and tax collections
Sarah Larson, Ph.D.
Then and Now: Reducing Inequality, Creating Economic Growth, and Citizen Engagement and Public Participation through Planning Processes in Miami, Florida and Denver, Colorado
Planning Processes for Disaster Memorials: Implications for Land Use and Community Engagement
Chris Hawkins, Ph.D.
Immigrant Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: A Local Policy Perspective
Xi Huang, Ph.D.
Cathy Yang Liu, Ph.D.
Panel 2: Citizen Participation in Government Budgeting and Rulemaking
Citizen Engagement in Rulemaking: Evidence on Regulatory Practices in 185 Countries
Can coproduction increase the engagement among citizens? The case of the participatory budgeting in Taiwan
Yun-Hsiang Hsu, Ph.D.
The Administrative Procedure Act and Public Involvement in American Environmental Rulemaking
Andrew Carter, Ph.D.
Panel 3: Theoretical Approaches to Governance and Decision-Making
A Critical Analysis of Administrative Discretion in Representative and Street-Level Bureaucracies through Lenses of Socio-Psychological Theories
Power Distribution and Decision-Making in Network Governance
Naim Kapucu, Ph.D.
Qian Hu, Ph.D.
A study on the Governance Measurement
Tae Yeon Hwang
Min Chul Hong
Jung Mo Yoo
Myung SukLee, Ph.D.
Darkest Before the Dawn: Toward 21st Century Socialist Administration
Jay Jurie, Ph.D.
10:30-10:45 a.m. Break/Student Poster Viewing
10:45-12:15 p.m. Session 2 (Panels 4-6 Concurrent)
Panel 4: Overcoming Inequality for Socially Vulnerable Population Groups
Engaging the Community in Transitional Housing Issues: The work of nonprofits in Central Florida
How do we get there from here? Mapping social vulnerability and OBGYN shortages
Danielle Atkins, Ph.D.
Chris Emrich, Ph.D.
Title I Schools and Florida State Assessment Reading Test Scores
Overcoming Undermatching in Central Florida – A review of the Elevation Scholars Program
Panel 5: Government Accountability and Citizen Trust
Exercising Authentic Citizen Participation to Improve Public Trust: The Case of Water-Resource Development in Taiwan
“Collaborative Governance” in the Dark Time: The Case of Economic Development Policy in Thailand’s Undemocratic Regime
Corruption and Accountability: Panamagate in Pakistan
Sana Khosa, Ph.D.
Panel 6: Disaster and Emergency Management and Recovery
Exploring the Relationship between FEMA’s Community Rating System and Business Disaster Recovery to Hurricane Irma
The Function of Social Media in Public Participation in Chinese Emergency Management
Overcoming Irma City of Fort Lauderdale
12:15-12:30 p.m. Break/Student Poster Viewing
12:30-2:00 p.m. Lunch and Keynote Address
You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Till It’s Gone: Rescuing the Light of Public Space
Camilla Stivers, Ph.D.
2:00-2:15 p.m. Break
2:15 – 3:45 p.m. Session 3 (Panels 7-9 Concurrent)
Panel 7: Governance Through Public-Private Partnerships and Outsourcing
Public Private Differences in Hospital Approaches to Population Health
Danielle Atkins, Ph.D.
Meghan Gabriel, Ph.D.
A Comparative Analysis of International Travel Efficiency in the United States: Security Delays in Federally-Managed and Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Airports
Modeling, Optimization and Simulation of Public Service Outsourcing Process
Pay for Performance, Social Impact Bonds and Performance-Based Contracting: Implications for Community Based Agencies
Lawrence Martin, Ph.D.
Panel 8: Citizen Engagement Through E-Government and Social Media
Tweet this! Politician Twitter Trends surrounding the 2016 election
Looking at Citizen Trust in Online Communication
Daniel Seigler, Ph.D.
Social Media and Public Values – Understanding Millennial Use Preferences
Staci Zavattaro, Ph.D.
Panel 9: Addressing Racial Crime and Discrimination
Human Trafficking: A System Wide Public Safety and Community Approach
Jeffrey W. Goltz , Ph.D.
Archeology of Exclusion: Counter-Mapping Sites of Exclusion and Oppression in the Administrative State using GIS
The Need to Affiliate and Anti-Hispanic Attitude Formation in the United States’ Growing Hispanic Population
Earl Mowatt Ph.D.
-Conference concludes at end of Session 3-