Marc Holzer Public Performance Symposium

Saturday, March 9 | 10:45 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
North Carolina

Please join SPPM for a lively and engaging discussion of contemporary public performance issues, featuring panels on the application of performance management to government and public policy.
Hosted by David Mitchell, SPPM Chair and Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida.

Morning Panel (10:45-12:10pm)  - Understanding and Promoting the Use of Performance Measures in Government
Yoonho Kim (Professor, University of Seoul)
Does the Implementation of GPRAMA Result in the Development of Performance Measures?

Kaifeng Yang (Professor, Florida State University)
Proactive Results Transparency When There is Underperformance: Drivers and Barriers

Richard Beck (Retired Federal Executive)
John O’Brien (Associate Professor, National Defense University)
Observations on Applying Performance and Funding Trend Data to Foster Dialogue and Increase Use of Performance Data

Yuan (Daniel) Cheng, (Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota)
Beth Gazley (Professor, Indiana University)
Chantelle Lafontant (Ph.D. Candidate, Indiana University)
Does Charitable Support Lead to Better Public Service Performance? Evidence from U.S. State Park Systems

Lunch (12:20-1:25pm) - Honoring Marc Holzer and Announcement of Best Symposium Paper and Best PPMR Article Awards

Afternoon Panel (1:35-3:00pm) - Applying Performance Measures to Public Policy Issues
Xu Han (Ph.D. Candidate, University of Maryland)
The Impact of Performance Management on Civic Participation at U.S High School

Jiaqi Liang (Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago)
Liang Ma (Associate Professor, Renmin University)
Economic Dominance, Goal Dynamics of Local Governments, and Organizational Environmental Performance

Elaine Yi Lu (Professor, City University of New York-John Jay College)
Katherine Willoughby (Professor, University of Georgia)
Examining the Longer-Term Impact of Performance Budgeting: A Longitudinal Analysis of Juvenile Justice Services in United States

Hyun Joon Kim (Professor, Korea University)
Na Yeon Kim (Research Fellow, Seoul National University)
Sun Hee Kim (Research Associate, Korea University)
Are Satisfied Citizens Willing to Participate More? An Analysis of Citizens’ Satisfaction and Public Participation Survey