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Friday, March 21 • 10:55am - 12:15pm
FR2.13 Cooperation, Non-Cooperation in the Productioni of Urban Policy and Governance II

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Moderator: Donald Norris, University of Maryand, Baltimore County

  • Transcending Local Boundaries: Local Characteristics associated with Inter-Jurisdictional Cooperation
    Sarin Adhikari, University of Louisville

  • Governance and Cooperation in Metropolitan America:  A Survey of Councils of Government
    Donald Norris, University of Maryand, Baltimore County; Gretchen Shaub University of Maryand, Baltimore County

  • Regionalism and Rationality in Land Use: Explaining Attitudes Toward Joint Municipal Planning in Michigan
    Thomas Skuzinski, University of Michigan

  • Measuring and Understanding Perceptions on Inter-governmental Cooperation in Local Governments
    Kari Smith, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Douglas Ihrke, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

  • Globalization, Inter-Local Cooperation, and Urban Governance: A Comparative Case Study Analysis
    Eric Yankson, University of Louisville




Presenters
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Sarin Adhikari

University of Louisville
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Donald Norris

University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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Thomas Skuzinski

Doctoral Candidate + Researcher, University of Michigan
I research why alternative governance arrangements are chosen and how policies translate differently through these structures. My dissertation focuses on regionalism expressed as inter-local land use agreements in Michigan. What are the mechanisms driving attitudes of local elected officials and planners toward such arrangements? How do such arrangements transform land use practice and outcomes, if at all?
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Kari Smith

Urban Studies Programs, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
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Eric Yankson

University of Louisville

Co-Authors
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Douglas Ihrke

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Gretchen Shaub

University of Maryand, Baltimore County

Moderators
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Donald Norris

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Friday March 21, 2014 10:55am - 12:15pm
Encino Room (Westin 1st Floor)