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Public Administration Quarterly (PAQ) publishes articles and symposia of interest to academics and practitioners across the fields of public administration and public affairs. An independent publication since its genesis in 1977 as the Southern Review of Public Administration, PAQ is committed to the use of the blind-review process.

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Southeast Conference for Public Administration
ASPA's Section on Professional and Organizational Development

Editor: Aaron Wachhaus, University of Baltimore
Email: paq@spaef.org
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Vol. 44, No. 3

When Doesn’t Formal Planning Enhance the Performance of Government Projects?
by OFER ZWIKAEL

Getting Beyond Economic Stimulation: The Effects of Gubernatorial Partisan Commitment, Federal Resources and Regulatory Requirements on Final Performance Goal Achievement in Stimulus Grants
by JESSICA N. TERMAN

Using Fuzzy Logic to Evaluate and Compare State Financial Condition During and after the Great Recession of 2008: Fuzzy Rule-Based Systems
by YU SHI

Shocking Performance: The Effects of Anticipated and Unanticipated Shocks on Organizational Performance
by DANIEL P. HAWES and JOSHUA R. TESTA

What Matters More? Police or the Community for Body Worn Camera Policy
by JAMES E. WRIGHT II and HEATH BROWN

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