Mark A. Glaser

Wichita State University
Hugo Wall School of Public Affairs

1845 Fairmount
Wichita, Kansas
USA
67260-0155
mark.glaser@wichita.edu

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Creating citizens engagement process that promote convergence between democracy and the public interest. These engagement processes often include citizen survey research that encourages citizens to respond in ways that they feel are consistent with the long-term well-being of the community in which they live.

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Glaser, Mark A., Maria P. Aristigueta and Melissa Walker 2015. “Building Capacity in Urban Communities and Schools: Community Collaboration and Willingness to Pay Increased Taxes.” International Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research, 2 (1).
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Glaser, Mark A., Misty R. Bruckner and Corinne Bannon. 2014. "Wichita-Sedgwick County Comprehensive Plan: Citizen Engagement in Strategic Investment Decisions." City of Wichita/Sedgwick County: Kansas.
Abstract: This is a technical document that presents the results of a large community survey that informs public investment decisions.
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Glaser, Mark A. “Networks and Collaborative Solutions to Performance Measurement and Improvement in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Chapter 4 in Performance Accountability and Combating Corruption. Anwar Shah (ed.) Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 2007: 89-131.
Abstract: This book chapter describes how community can be strengthened and performance improved through collaborative networks.
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Glaser, Mark A., Misty R. Bruckner and Corinne Bannon. 2010. “Citizen Attachment: Building Sustainable Communities.” Government Finance Review 26 (5).
Abstract: This manuscript describes community attachment/public interest and encourages local government actions that are consistent with the public interest to narrow the divide between citizens and government and to build commitment to community well-being.
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Glaser, Mark A. and Janet Vinzant Denhardt. 2010. “Community Policing and Community Building: A Case Study of Officer Perceptions.” American Review of Public Administration 40 (3).
Abstract: This manuscript assesses commitment to community policing and focuses on the paradoxical tension between community and allegiance to fellow officers.
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Glaser, Mark A., W. Bartlet Hildreth, Brandon McGuire and Corinne Bannon. 2011-2012. “Frederickson’s Social Equity Agenda Applied: Public Support and Willingness to Pay.” Public Integrity 14 (1).
Abstract: This manuscript describes social equity using citizens survey research and it tests public support for a social equity agenda including willingness to pay increased taxes to fund investment in public education facilities.
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Glaser, Mark A. 2012. “Social Equity and the Public Interest.” Public Administration Review 72 (1).
Abstract: Description of the public interest focusing on social equity.

Substantive Focus:
Education Policy
Governance SECONDARY
Social Policy
Urban Public Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:

Keywords

PUBLIC INTEREST COMMUNITY ATTACHMENT WILLINGNESS TO PAY INCREASED TAXES CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT DEMONSTRATED TRUST