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Friday, March 21 • 2:05pm - 3:25pm
FR3.10 Managing Local Services and Initatives

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Moderator: Susan Mason, Boise State University

  • Urban Informatics in Public Policy: Exploring the Collateral Effects of Data-driven Policy Enforcement in New York City
    Brian Baldor, Rutgers University

  • Determinants of Conflict on Wisconsin School Boards
    Michael Ford, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh; Douglas Ihrke, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  • Social Network Analysis: A Means to Discovering the Tipping Point in Gaining Cooperation?
    Susan Mason, Boise State University; Don Holley, Boise State University; Aaron Wells, Boise State University; Alark Joshi, Boise State University; Amit Jain, Boise State University; Thomas Wuerzer, Boise State University

  • Developing Capacity: Facilitator Led Dialogue and Social Agency
    Josephine Gatti Schafer, Kansas State University

  • Collaborative Local Services: Overcoming Barriers to Working Together
    David Swindell, Arizona State University




Presenters
BB

Brian Baldor

Rutgers University
MF

Michael Ford

University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
SM

Susan Mason

Boise State University
JS

Josephine Schafer

Kansas State University
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David Swindell

Director, Center for Urban Innovation, Arizona State University
David Swindell is the Director of the Center for Urban Innovation and an associate professor in the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University. His work focuses primarily on community and economic development, especially public financing of sports facilities, the contribution of sports facilities to the economic development of urban space, alternative financing mechanisms for smart city investments, as well as collaborative arrangements... Read More →

Co-Authors
AW

Aaron Wells

Boise State University
AJ

Alark Joshi

Boise State University
AJ

Amit Jain

Boise State University
DH

Don Holley

Boise State University
DI

Douglas Ihrke

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Thomas Wuerzer

Assistant Professor, Boise State University
Community and Regional Planning Professor at Boise State. Researching Wildfires and Planning Issues. Homebrewer, food lover, and GIS-geek excited about spatial stuff.

Moderators
SM

Susan Mason

Boise State University

Friday March 21, 2014 2:05pm - 3:25pm
Cedar (Contessa 2nd Floor)