Association for Public Policy Analysis
                          and Management Fudan
                          University School of International Relations
                          and Public Affairs University of Maryland School of Public

Collaboration among Government,
Market, and Society
Forging Partnerships and Encouraging Competition

  May 26-27, 2013
Shanghai, China

Sunday, May 26, 2013
9:00 - 9:20 Opening Ceremony
  • Zhimin Chen, Jean Monnet Chair Professor and Dean, School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University
  • Sandra Alchibald, Professor and Dean, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington; President, Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management
  • Douglas Besharov, Conference Co-Chair; Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland; Chair, International Activities Committee, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management; Coeditor, International Policy Exchange Series, Oxford University Press
  • Alfred Tat-Kei Ho, Associate Professor, University of Kansas, immediate past president of Chinese-American Association for Public Affairs

- the Xiexide Auditorium of CAS
9:20-10:30 Key Note Speeches


Yijia Jing, Conference Co-Chair; Professor and Associate Dean, SIRPA, Fudan University; Vice President, International Research Society for Public Management

- the Xiexide Auditorium of CAS
10:30 - 11:00 Group Photo

- Entrance of CAS
11:00 - 12:15

Session 1: Environmental Governance
Chaired by Maureen Pirog, Indiana University

-Room 104-

Restoration Strategies of the Abandoned Salt Pond – a case study at Taijiang National Park in Taiwan
Presenter: Yungnane Yang, National Cheng Kung University
PAPER | Presentation

State-Market-Civil Society Collaboration in Promoting Low Carbon Policies and Lifestyles in China
Presenter: Berthold Matthias Kuhn, Xiamen University
PAPER | Presentation

Collaborative Governance and Corporate Environmental Compliance in China
Presenter: Ning Liu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Coauthor(s): Carlos Wing-Hung Lo and Xueyong Zhan
PAPER | Presentation

Environmentally Significant Behavior: Does Social Capital Matter?
Presenters: Seong-gin Moon and Kiwhan Kim, Seoul National University of Science and Technology
PAPER | Presentation

Session 1: Conflict or Collaboration
Chaired by Alfred Ho, University of Kansas

-Room 105-

A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of the Collaborative Ponds Management in China
Presenter: Qian Zhou, The University of Hong Kong
PAPER | Presentation

The Deterrent Effects of Reverse Discrimination Claims on Federal Rule Compliance: the Case of Public Procurement and Contracting
Presenter: Yuan Gao, University of Missouri-Columbia; Samuel L. Myers, University of Minnesota
PAPER | Presentation

Citizens' Motivation and Benefits Distribution in Co-Production of Public Services: A Cooperative Game Theory Approach
Presenter: Miklos Rosta, Corvinus University of Budapest
Coauthor(s): Anna R. Radvanyi
PAPER | Presentation
Session 1: Collaborative Service Delivery
Chaired by Hon Chan, City University of Hong Kong

-Room 107-

Efficacy and Agency in UK Public Policy: How Collaborations Perform
Presenter: Helen E. Dickinson, University of Birmingham
Coauthor(s): Helen Sullivan
PAPER | Presentation

Strategic Orientation in Public Services Delivery: Towards a Service-Dominant Model for Collaboration Between Public Service Organisations and with Service Users
Presenter: Stephen Osborne, The University of Edinburgh
Coauthor(s): Greta Nasi and Maria Cucciniello
PAPER | Presentation

Cross-Sector Collaboration and Information Integration in One-Stop Service Centers: A Case Study Based on the Bryson’s Framework
Presenter: Nan Zhang, Tsinghua University
Coauthor(s): Zhikui Lu
PAPER | Presentation
Session 1: Policy and Crisis Response
Chaired by Lin Ye, Sun Yat-sen University

-Room 212-

Polycentric Governance of Crisis from the Perspective of Information Economics: An Empirical Study of Wenchuan Earthquake
Presenters: Kailin Chen and Fang Yi, Tsinghua University
PAPER | Presentation

Why Were They Short-Lived? A Case Study Of NGO Coalitions for Sichuan Earthquake Relief
Presenter: Ming Hu, Indiana University
PAPER | Presentation

A Study on Bridging Disaster Prevention, Relief, and Performance Management: The Inspiration of Citizen Expectation Management
Presenter: Chun-yuan Wang, Central Police University
PAPER | Presentation
Session 1: Marketization, Corruption, and Foreign Aid
Chaired by Paola Mattei, University of Oxford

-Room 214-

Corruption under the Structural Outlook of Market Competition: The Case of China
Presenter: Ting Gong, City University of Hong Kong
Coauthor(s): Na Zhou

Economic Reforms and Their Impacts on Informal Payments for Government Services in Transition Countries
Presenter: John Anderson, University of Nebraska
PAPER | Presentation

Public-Private Partnership, Marketization of Foreign Aid
Presenter: Eunice Park, Ewha Womans University
PAPER | Presentation
12:15 - 13:30 Lunch Break
13:30 - 15:00 Session 2: Collaborative Governance in China
Chaired by Stephen Osborne, The University of Edinburgh

-Room 104-

Collaborative Governance in China and the United States: Theory and Practice
Presenter: Richard Zeckhauser, Harvard University
Coauthor(s): John Donahue, Karen N. Eggleston, and Yijia Jing
PAPER | Presentation

Collaborative Governance in China's Health Sector: A Comparison with Education, Housing, and Long-Term Care
Presenter: Karen N. Eggleston, Stanford University
Coauthor(s): John Donahue, Yijia Jing, and Richard Zeckhauser
PAPER | Presentation

Types and Institutional Design Principles of Multi-Collaboration in a Strong-Government Society: The Case Study of Desertification Control in Northern China
Presenter: Lihua Yang, Beihang University
PAPER | Presentation

The Evolution of a Collaborative Governance Model: Public-Private Partnerships Between Local Governments and Non-Profits
Presenters: Jessica Teets, Middlebury College; Marta Jagusztyn-Krynicka, Independent Consultant
PAPER | Presentation
Session 2: Public Governance in Transition
Chaired by Eugene Bardach, University of California, Berkeley

-Room 105-

Straight Versus Gradual Opening Of Developed and Developing Economies
Presenter: Jang Woo Park, The Shanghai Futures Exchange

Towards a Collaborative Pattern of the Constitutional Trinity in China: The Double Helix Perspective
Presenter: Xin Zhang, Renmin University of China
PAPER | Presentation

Looking For Mr. Right?---The Logic of Constructing Deliberative Governance in Rural China
Presenter: Xiaohong Yu, Tsinghua University
Coauthor(s): Xiaojin Zhang

Citizen, Customer, Partner: What Should Be the Role of the Public in Public Management in China?
Presenter: Min Su, Georgia State University
Coauthor(s): John Clayton Thomas
Session 2: Reshaping Public Accountability
Chaired by Jose Antonio Puppim De Oliveira, United Nations University

-Room 107-

Reshaping Public Accountability: Hospital Reforms in Germany, Norway and Denmark
Presenters: Paola Mattei, University of Oxford; Mahima Mitra, University of Oxford
PAPER | Presentation

Promoting Collaboration and Accountability Through Performance Management Reform: The Case from China
Presenter: Lin Ye, Sun Yat-sen University
Coauthor(s): Xing Ni
PAPER | Presentation

Assessing Social Accountability in the EU Multi-Level Governance System. The Case of EU Energy Policy-Making
Presenter: Radostina Primova, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
PAPER | Presentation

A Case Study in the Use of Vendorstat, An Accountability System for a Public-Private Partnership in NYC's Welfare-To-Work System
Presenter: Swati Desai, SUNY at Albany
Session 2: Government-Business Collaboration
Chaired by Chun-yuan Wang, Central Police University

-Room 212-

How Does Government-Business Interaction Affect the Perceived Business Environment
Presenter: Jue Wang, Nanyang Technological University

A Study on Collaboration Between Government and Enterprises in Building and Operation of China's Highways
Presenters: Guangjian Xu and Yin Wu, Renmin University of China
PAPER | Presentation

Government-Business Collaboration in Industrial Policy: What Factors Determine Its Success?
Presenter: Erkki Karo, Tallinn University of Technology
Coauthor(s): Rainer Kattel
PAPER | Presentation

From Corporate to Shared Social Responsibility: Community Governance and Social Capital Creation Through Collaboration
Presenters: Davide Galli and Marco Elefanti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
PAPER | Presentation
Sesssion 2: Public-private partnership
Chaired by Chao Guo, Indiana University at Indianapolis

-Room 214-

Power Relations in the Governance of Public Private Partnerships: A Case Study from China
Presenter: Cheng Chen, Sun Yat-Sen University
Coauthor(s): Michael Hubbard

Critical Success Factors for Public-Private Partnerships: Lessons from US Highway Development
Presenter: Yin Wang, Shanghai U. of Finance and Economics
Coauthor(s): Zhirong Zhao

Public Service Distribution and Housing Prices in Shanghai, China: From a Multi-Level Analyses
Presenter: Huiping Li, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Coauthor(s): Qingfang Wang, Wei Shi, and Zhongwei Deng

Public-Private Partnership for Nonprofit Housing Production in Bay Area: Lessons for China
Presenter: Xiulian Ma, Chinese Academy of Governance
15:30 - 17:00 Session 3: Collaboration in Education
Chaired by Richard Walker, City University of Hong Kong

-Room 104-

Administrative Power and Academic Resources Allocation in China: An Empirical Study Based on the National Excellent Doctoral Dissertations
Presenter: Yongmao Fan, Renmin University of China
PAPER | Presentation

Prospects and Challenges of Public-Private Partnership in Higher Education Expansion in Ethiopia
Presenter: Eybo Tolina, University of Maryland

Charter Schools in the United States and Their Impact Upon Public and Private School Markets
Presenter: Aaron Saiger, Fordham University

Playing Nice in the Sandbox: Collaboration and Subsidized Early Care and Education Programs
Presenter: Julie Spielberger, The University of Chicago
Coauthor(s): Wladimir Zanoni and Elizabeth Barisik
PAPER | Presentation
Session 3: Privatization
Chaired by E. S. Savas, City University of New York

-Room 105-

Determinants of Private Participation in Infrastructure in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs)
Presenter: Tewodaj M. Mengistu, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Coauthor(s): Lisa Klautzer
PAPER | Presentation

An Empirical Study on The Privatization and Its Reverse of Local Government in Korea
Presenter: Suk Won Ryu, Audit and Inspection Research Institute

Social Enterprise Models Against Social Welfare Socialization in China
Presenter: Rong Tian, Nanjing University
Coauthor(s): Lucy Jordan

Results of Public/ Private Competitions for Non-Inherently-Governmental Work Previously Being Done in the Public Sector
Presenter: Jacques Gansler, University of Maryland
PAPER | Presentation
Session 3: Innovation through Collaboration
Chaired by Greta Nasi, Bocconi University

-Room 107-

Innovation Without Novelty: The Structural and Institutional Roots of China's Innovation Patterns in Mobile Phone Handset Industry
Presenter: Li Tang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Coauthor(s): Michael Murphree and Dan Breznitz

Evaluating City Governments' Performance on Facilitating Business Innovation in China: Based on the Survey Data from the Lien Chinese Cities Service-Oriented Government Program
Presenter: Yu Meng, Nanyang Technological University
Coauthor(s): Wei Wu, Wenxuan Yu, Tingjin Lin, Liang Ma, Jun Wang, and Jue Wang
Presentation (PDF)

Public-Private Partnerships, Public Service Delivery and Innovation: A Market-Centered Approach
Presenter: Veiko Lember, Tallinn University of Technology
PAPER | Presentation

The Impact of Public Sector Innovation on Firm Performance
Presenter: Bianca Buligescu, Maastricht University
Coauthor(s): Hugo Hollanders
PAPER | Presentation
Session 3: Comparative Collaboration
Chaired by Lei Zheng, Fudan University

-Room 212-

A Conceptual Framework of Local Government and Third Sector Responses to Labor Migration in the PRC
Presenter: Lucy Jordan, University of Hong Kong
Coauthor(s): Marcia Meyers
PAPER | Presentation

Collaboration across Nations: Context and Dynamics
Presenter: Sharon Dawes, Center for Technology in Government
Coathor(s): Lei Zheng and Brian Burke
PAPER | Presentation

Support for Collaboration: A Citizen's Perspective
Presenter: Alfred Ho, University of Kansas
Coathor(s): Hai Guo
PAPER | Presentation

Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia
Presenter: Ann Florini, Singapore Management University
PAPER | Presentation
Session 3: Collaborative Coping of Public Affairs
Chaired by Shuhua Monica Liu, Fudan University

-Room 214-

The Learning Process and Technological Change Through International Collaboration: Evidence from China's CDM Wind Projects
Presenter: Tian Tang, Syracuse University
Coauthor(s): David Popp

Public-Private Co-Financing of Risky Early-Stage Technology
Presenter: Reynold V. Galope, Development Academy of the Philippines

Public Innovation Through Collaboration in Procurement, a Conceptual Framework
Presenter: Niccolo Cusumano, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Coauthor(s): Manuela Brusoni

Regulatory Effects of Public Voluntary Programs on Business Industries
Presenter: Jo-Eun Seok, Seoul National University
Monday, May 27, 2013
8:30 - 9:45 Session 4: Networked Governance
Chaired by Tom Liou, University of Central Florida

-Room 104-

If a Telephone Network Has an Infrastructure, Why Not a Service-Delivery Network?
Presenter: Eugene S. Bardach, University of California, Berkeley
PAPER | Presentation

The Effect of Collaborative Partnerships on Interorganizational Networks
Presenter: Craig W. Thomas, University of Washington
Coauthor(s): Tyler Scott
PAPER | Presentation

Dual Leadership in Public-Private Network Governance
Presenter: Tamyko Ysa, Ramon Llull University
Coauthor(s): Adrià Albareda, Anna Ramon, and Vicenta Sierra
Session 4: Nonprofit Participation and Collaboration
Chaired by Li Tang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

-Room 105-

Non-Profit Intermediary Support Organizations in China: The Case of NPI
Presenter: Xiao Yu, National University of Singapore
Coauthor(s): Yunxing Ruan

Collaborating or Competing? A Case Study of NGOs Dealing with Child Labour in El Salvador
Presenter: Ivica Petrikova, University College London
PAPER | Presentation

Collaborative Governance, State Corporatism, Or Neither? Understanding Chinese Ngos' Engagement in Policy Process and Service Delivery
Presenter: Xueyong Zhan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Coauthor(s): Shui Yan Tang and Jianmin Song
Session 4: Nonprofit Advocacy in Cross-National Perspective: Confrontation, Competition, and Collaboration
Chaired by Fredrica Kramer, Independent Consultant, Social and Urban Policy

-Room 107

Policy Advocacy of Nonprofit Human Service Organizations: Lessons from Israel
Presenter: Hillel Schmid, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Coauthor(s): Michal Almog-Bar
PAPER | Presentation

The Effect of the Political Context on Nonprofit Advocacy: Evidence From Singapore
Presenter: Chao Guo, Indiana University Indianapolis Campus; Zhibing Zhang, Nanyang Technological University of Singapore

Nonprofit Competition in the Socio-Political Domain
Presenter: William A. Brown, Texas A&M University
Session 4: Performance and Effects of Collaboration
Chaired by Karen Eggleston, Stanford University

-Room 212-

Organizational Performance and the Social Identity Approach
Presenter: Natalia Lvovna Ivanova, State University Higher School of Economics

The Evolution of Modes of Interaction Among Policy Actors: A Legal Analysis
Presenter: Gong Rok Kim, Yonsei University
Coauthor(s): M. Jae Moon

The Role of Shared Measurement in Collaborations and Its Effective Implementation - What Have We Learned Thus Far?
Presenter: Yehonatan Almog, Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute
Coauthor(s): Jack Habib
PAPER | Presentation
Chaired by Yi Lu, City University of New York

-Room 214

Collaboration in China's E-Government: A Cultural-Theory Analysis
Presenter: Jesper Schlæger, Sichuan University
Coathor(s): Liu Hao and Zhang Haixia
PAPER | Presentation

Collaboration on Social Media in Emergency Response: A Case Study of Shanghai Metro Collision
Presenter: Lei Zheng, Fudan University

Active Citizen E-Participation in Local Governance: Do Individual Social Capital and E-Participation Management Matter?"
Presenter: Soonhee Kim, Syracuse University
Coauthor(s): Jooho Lee
PAPER | Presentation
10:15 - 11:10 Keynote Speeches

Karen Eggleston, Faculty Director, Asia Health Policy Program Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University

Civic Society and Public Value: China and the United States
Richard Zeckhauser, Frank P. Ramsey Professor, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

The Path toward Collaborative Governance in China
Yijia Jing, Conference Co-Chair; Professor and Associate Dean, SIRPA, Fudan University; Vice President, International Research Society for Public Management
11:10 - 12:20 Coordinator
Douglas Besharov, Conference Co-Chair; Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland; Chair, International Activities Committee, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management; Coeditor, International Policy Exchange Series, Oxford University Press

Steven Kelman, Weatherhead Professor, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Editor, International Public Management Journal

Stephen Osborne, Professor, School of Management and Economics, University of Edinburgh; Immediate past president, International Research Society for Public Management; Editor, Public Management Review

Maureen Pirog, Rudy Professor of Policy Analysis, Indiana University; Editor, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management

Jose Antonio Puppim De Oliveira, Assistant Director and Senior Research Fellow, United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies; Editor, Public Administration and Development

Craig Thomas, Associate Professor, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington; Editor, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
13:30 - 15:00 Session 5: Collaboration in Health Sector
Chaired by Jessica Teets, Middlebury College

-Room 105-

The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Health Systems Strengthening: Theory, Evidence and Lessons to Be Learned
Presenter: Mark Hellowell, The University of Edinburgh
PAPER | Presentation

Government’s Role in Meeting the Long-Term Care Needs in Developing Aging China: A Public-Private Partnership Pathway
Presenter: Taixi Xiao, University of Maryland
Coauthor(s): Yuhao Lee and Yifan Yang
PAPER | Presentation

Collaborative Governance for Longitudinal Healthcare Services: Enabling Conditions and Leading Practices
Presenters: Maria Cucciniello, Greta Nasi, and Giovanni Valotti, Bocconi University
PAPER | Presentation

Pharmaceuticals and Security: The Role of Public-Private Collaborations in Strengthening Global Health Security
Presenter: Anne Christine Roemer-Mahler, University of Sussex
Coauthor(s): Stefan Elbe and Christopher Long
PAPER | Presentation

Step-In, Rather Than Step-Out, of the State in Education
Presenter: Xiuying Cai, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
PAPER | Presentation
Session 5: Social Service Delivery
Chaired by Jacques Gansler, University of Maryland

-Room 107-

A Political Economy of Privatisation: Some Observations of Britain's Labour Market and Social Security Policies
Presenter: Chris Grover, Lancaster University
PAPER | Presentation

Outsourcing Social Services in Russia: On the Brink of Transition
Presenter: Sergey Efremov, Higher School of Economics
PAPER | Presentation

Reflections On New US Efforts To Bring Religiously-Based Organizations Into The Social Service Net
Presenter: Fredrica Kramer, Independent Consultant, Social and Urban Policy

Social Impact Bonds: The Intersection of Doing Good and Feeling Good?
Presenters: Angela Hawken, Pepperdine University; Sheldon X. Zhang, San Diego State University; David Farabee, University of California, Los Angeles
PAPER | Presentation
Collaboration as a change instrument
Chaired by Craig Thomas, University of Washington

-Room 212-

Assessing Collaboration Effort In Illinois Community Action Programs
Presenter: Junfeng Wang, University of Illinois at Springfield
Coauthor(s): Beverly Bunch

Open Government and Budgeting and Their Role in Poverty Reduction in the Philippines
Presenter: Gilbert E. Lumantao, Development Academy of the Philippines

Urban Community Grids Management in Metropolitan China: A Case Study Exploring Factors Contributing to Successes in Collaborative Mobile Governance
Presenter: Shuhua Liu, Fudan University
Coauthor(s): Qianli Yuan and Qingyun Hu

Modernizing America's Healthcare System Through Cross-Sector Collaboration
Presenter: Jeffery Russell Lloyd Smith, University of Maryland

Performance-Based Decentralization and Local Government Innovations In China
Presenter: Xun Wu, National University of Singapore
Coauthor(s): M Ramesh and Jianxing Yu
Session 5: Managing Collaboration
Chaired by Steven Kelman, Harvard University

-Room 214-

Local Government Management and Performance: A Review of Evidence
Presenter: Richard Walker, City University of Hong Kong
Coauthor(s): Rhys Andrews
PAPER | Presentation

Banking on Infrastructure: The Leveraging Effects of State Infrastructure Banks on Private Transportation Investment
Presenter: Can Chen, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Experience and Accountability in Debt Management Networks
Presenter: Justin Marlowe, University of Washington
PAPER | Presentation

How Does Collaboration Pattern Influence Decision Making? —A Study on Chinese Government Officials
Presenter: Yi Lu, City University of New York

Social Identity, Public Service Motivation and Cooperation: An Experimental Study from China
Presenter: Jiannan Wu, Xi'an Jiaotong University
Coauthor(s): Chengwei Xu, Chunping Hu, and Bo Bai


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