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Friday, April 10 • 8:05am - 9:30am
FR8.05.21 Jurisdictional shifts and interlocality

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Moderator: Eric Zeemering, Northern Illinois University

Who feels metropolitan in the United States?
Thomas Favre-Bulle, Stanford University, The Bill Lane Center for the American West

The Evolution of Miami-Dade County’s Two-Tier Government: Have the Original Objectives Been Conserved?
Richard Levey, University of Central Florida; David Kanaan, University of Central Florida; Amanda Terry, University of Central Florida; M. Amoy Fraser, University of Central Florida

The Dynamics of Interlocal Cooperation: Comparing Preferences and Perceptions of Local Elected and Administrative Actors
Thomas Skuzinski, University of Michigan

Bridging the Gap: Planning Multi-Jurisdictional Infrastructure in an Era of Local Funding
David Weinreich, University of Mixhigan

Interlocal contracting for police and fire service in California cities, 2001-2010
Eric Zeemering, Northern Illinois University


Thomas Favre-Bulle

Stanford University, The Bill Lane Center for the American West

David Kanaan

University of Central Florida
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Thomas Skuzinski

Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech
I research why alternative governance arrangements are chosen and how policies translate differently through these structures. My dissertation focuses on regionalism expressed as inter-local land use agreements in Michigan. What are the mechanisms driving attitudes of local elected... Read More →
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David Weinreich

Doctoral Candidate, University of Michigan
Funding transportation infrastructure has become a major challenge, with decreasing federal interest in providing the money needed for expensive regional projects. My dissertation research examines strategies used to fund multi-jurisdictional transportation infrastructure solutions... Read More →


Friday April 10, 2015 8:05am - 9:30am EDT
Tuttle (lobby level)