CSTEPS students and faculty to present multiple papers at APPAM 2020 Fall Research Conference

CSTEPS students and faculty to present multiple papers at APPAM 2020 Fall Research Conference

CSTEPS students and faculty continue a productive semester by presenting 5 papers at the 42 APPAM Fall Research Conference. APPAM, or the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management, conducts this annual, national, multi-disciplinary research conference to showcase the highest quality research on a wide variety of important current and emerging policy and management issues. 

CSTEPS papers touched on multiple topics related to the Center's current research agenda including STEM workforce mobility,  global governance of science, and technology in government. A full list of paper titles and authors can be found below. 

How the global pandemic changes data governance systems: A competing logics approach, Mattia Caldarulo, Selim Louafi, and Eric Welch

Education-Job Mismatch: Comparing STEM/Non-STEM across Degree Level over Time, Ashlee Frandell, Eric Welch, and Chris Herbst

Social Media Use & Department Technical Capacity: An Investigation of Local Government Managers’ Perceptions of Cyber Security and Privacy, Ashlee Frandell and Mary Feeney

Responding Strategically to Natural Hazards: The Role of Hazard Experience, Ethnic Diversity, Infrastructure Vulnerability, and Public Managers’ Risk Perception in Agency Coordination with Stakeholders, Suyang Yu and Eric Welch

Does the Configuration of Macro- and Micro- Institutional Contexts Affect Public Organization Adaptation to Extreme Events? , Fengxiu Zhang and Eric Welch 

To learn more about CSTEPS research, visit our focus areas page.