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Networks, Governance and Performance:

A Research Symposium in Honor of John Scholz

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Networks, Governance and Performance 

What are the strengths, possibilities and limitations of voluntary exchanges and agreements among independent authorities created to resolve the problems of fragmentation?
To address this question, the Devoe L. Moore Center and the Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar chair at Florida State University have organized this research workshop to bring together leading national and international scholars who have been students and colleagues of John Scholz.
To honor the career of John Scholz, upon his retirement Spring 2014, the symposium will present research examining the emergence, evolution and performance of self-organizing policy networks to address problems of fragmentated authority in the governance of local water, land use, development and other issues.

 

 

Florida State University

 

Askew School of PA

 

Sustainable Energy Governance Program

 

Integrated City Sustainability Database Project

 

EECBG Implementation Project

 

Solid Waste Management and Green Jobs Project

 

Water Governance Project

 

UCD Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior (CEPB)

 

NSF-RCN Sustainable Cities

 

Building Urban Resilience and Sustainability (BURST)

 

APSA Section on Intergovernmental Administration and Management (SIAM)

 

NSF-RCN Sustainable Human-Building Ecosystem (SHBE)

 

FLC Center for Municipal Research

 

Public Administration Review

 

Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar Chair