I have a new article with Gregory S. Dawson (Arizona State University) and Daniel Chenok (IBM). To access the article, please click [LINK].
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I have a new article published in the current issue of PM Magazine co-authored with Michael Hunter and Tan Yigitcanlar.
Looking forward to visiting Antwerp, Belgium for Tim Huygh's PhD Defence.
Looking forward to my visit to Florianópolis, Brazil. I will deliver a masterclass on governance and innovation in smart cities as part of a Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR) grant funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia at the KCWS2019: SUSTENTABILIDADE E INOVAÇÃO NA ERA DO CONHECIMENTO.
I will present findings from my research on fragile cities at the 2019 Annual ICMA Conference. This research was funded by ICMA as part of my research fellowship. Michael Hunter collaborated with me on this research project. Resiliency, cybersecurity, and creating more sustainable places are all topics being discussed by local government practitioners and scholars. Could […]
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I am heading to Beijing today to attend 2019 International Symposium on Budget Performance Management: National Governance and Comprehensive Budget Performance Management in the New Era hosted by the China Development Research Foundation. I will present a paper co-authored with M. Zhang, Evolving from Performance Management to Proactive Governance: The Opportunity and Gaps. I will also […]
New paper published in Journal of Medical Internet Research with Tarricone, Cucciniello, Armeni, Petracca, Hall, and Keefe. Mobile Health Divide Between Clinicians and Patients in Cancer Care: Results From a Cross-Sectional International Survey Background: Mobile technologies are increasingly being used to manage chronic diseases, including cancer, with the promise of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of care. […]