Jack W. Meek, Mary Lee Rhodes and Joanne Murphy (2013) “Leadership Approaches in Complex Systems,” Paper presented at the Challenges in Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work [COMPACT II] Conference, University of La Verne, La Verne, California, June 6-8, 2013.
Jack W. Meek and Mary Lee Rhodes (2013) “Decision Making in Complex Public Services Systems: Features and Dynamics,” presented at the annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), New Orleans, Louisiana, March 15-19, 2013 on ‘Governance & Sustainability.’ The Panel for this paper is entitled, “Collective Decision Making as Emergent Processes in Complex Systems.”
Fernando Campos and Jack W. Meek (2012) “Understanding Patterns Of Transformational Governance:
Critical Actors In Metropolitan Environments,” Paper for the Trans-Atlantic Dialogue 8: Transition in Governance Conference, New Public Governance: Complex Systems and Networks Workshop, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, June 6 – 9, 2012.
Jack W. Meek (2012) “Nuances of Metropolitan Cooperative Networks,” response to “Cooperative Networks for Local Economic Development: A Comparison of Administrators and Elected Officials” by Richard C. Feiock, In Won Lee and Hyung Jun Park was prepared of the Frederickson Festshrift held in Lawrence, Kansas, Friday April 13, 2012.
Lasse Gerrits and Jack W. Meek (2011) “Propositions for Complexity Science in Application to the Study and Practice of Public Administration,” Paper presented at the Challenges in Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work [COMPACT] Conference, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 23-25, 2011.
Christopher Koliba, Lasse Gerrits, Jack W. Meek (2011), “The Promise of Complexity Theory for Public Administration,” Paper presented at the Challenges in Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work Conference, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 23-25, 2011.
Asim Zia, Christopher Koliba, Erica Campbell, Brian Lee, Jack Meek and Dina Colangelo (2011) “The Utilization and Valuation of Performance Measures for Metropolitan Planning Organizations: Understanding the Effects of Contextual Complexity and Collaborative Capacity from a National-Level Survey” paper presentation at the 20th Year Anniversary and 11th Biannual Public Management Research Association Conference, held at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University, June 2-4, 2011 in Syracuse, New York.
Jack Meek (2010) “Institutional fragmentation in metropolitan areas and infrastructure systems: governance as balancing complexity and linear tasks, paper presented at the 1st International Workshop on Complexity and Policy Analysis held in Southampton, England, July 21-23, 2010.
Jack Meek (2010) “Institutional fragmentation in metropolitan areas and infrastructure systems,” paper presented for the panel “Complexity and Metropolitan Governance,” at the Annual National Conference of the American Society for Public Administration held in San Jose, California, April 12, 2010.
Christopher Koliba and Jack Meek and Asim Zia (2009) Gordian Knot or Integrated Theory? Critical Conceptual Considerations for Governance Network Analysis Paper presented at the 5th Annual TransAtlantic Dialogue: Future of Governance Washington, DC June 11-13, 2009
Jack W. Meek and Hong K. Lyu (2009), “Bridging Jurisdictions: Conservancies Working Across Borders as Adaptive Systems,” This paper was presented at the panel on “Complexity and Networks Metropolitan Governance” held at the American Society for Public Administration Conference in Miami, Florida, March 21, 2009.
Terry L. Cooper, Thomas A. Bryer, Jack Meek (2008) “From Collaborative Public Management to Collaborative Public Governance: Capacity Building for Sustainability” This paper was presented at the Minnowbrook III Conference, “The Future of Public Administration, Public Management and Public Service Around the World,” sponsored by The Department of Public Administration at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, September 5-7, 2008. The paper is designed to be part of a panel addressing the “collaborative governance” theme.
Christopher Koliba and Jack Meek (2008) “Collaborative Governance in Networked Environments: Democratic Anchorage in Multi-Sector Systems.” This paper was presented at the Minnowbrook III Conference, “The Future of Public Administration, Public Management and Public Service Around the World,” sponsored by The Department of Public Administration at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, September 5-7, 2008. The paper is designed to be part of a panel addressing the “collaborative governance” theme.
H. George Frederickson and Jack W. Meek (2008) Bureaucratie sans Frontiéres: Legitimacy, Authority, Accountability in Geo-Governance Systems, Fourth Transatlantic Dialogue on the Status of Intergovernmental Relations and Multi-level Governance in Europe and the United States, Universita Bacconi, Milan, Italy 12-14 June 2008.
Joe De Laduantey and Jack W. Meek (2008), “Collaborative Network Policy Influence and Sustainability” for the panel on “Toward a Theory of Horizontal Intergovernmental Relations: Exploring Collaboration by Local Governments” held at the ASPA Conference in Dallas, Texas, March 7-11, 2008.
Jack W. Meek (2007), “Local Sustainability Advances with Metropolitan and Global Advantages. Proceedings of the 13th ANZSYS 2007 Conference on “Systemic Development: Local Solutions in a Global Environment,” Auckland, New Zealand, December 2-5, 2007. ISBN 978-0-9791688-9-5
Jack W. Meek (2007), Participation Approaches to Governance: Implications for Environmental Management,” a paper was presented at Instituto Brasileiro de Administração Municipal – IBAM está localizada no bairro do Humaitá, Rio de Janeiro, no Largo IBAM nº 1. The IBAM coordinator was Eduardo Domingues. April 9, 2007.
Jack W. Meek (2007), “Participation Approaches to Governance: Implications for Environmental Management,” a paper was presented at the Seminar Series of the Graduate Program of Ecology and Natural Resources, College of Biological Science and Biotechnology, Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense (UENF), March 26, 2007.
Jack W. Meek and Wendy Gregory (2006) “Community and Social Sustainability,” a review of papers presented at the Australian-New Zealand Systems Conference in Katoomba, Australia at the ANZSYS Conference, December 3-6, 2006. The conference is on “Sustaining our Social and Natural Capital.”
Terry L. Cooper, Thomas A. Bryers, Jack W. Meek. (2006) “Collaborative Learning for Joint Public Management: Lessons from Action Research,” paper presented by Terry L. Cooper at the Collaborative Public Management Conference hosted by Rosemary O’Leary and Syracuse University, in Washington D.C., September 28-30, 2006
Jack W. Meek Joe De Ladurantey and William H. Newell (2006) “Complex Systems, Governance and Policy Administrative Consequences.” paper presented at the Overman Section on Complexity panel entitled “Advancing Complexity Thinking for Innovation in Public Administration” at the annual American Society for Public Administration Conference to be held at Denver, Colorado, April 1-4, 2006.
William H. Newell and Jack W. Meek (2005) “Complex Systems and the Conjunctive State,” paper presented at the ANZSYS Conference, Managing the Complex V, Systems Thinking and Complexity Science, Christchurch, New Zealand, December 5-7, 2005.
Jack W. Meek (2005) “Self-Organization, Complex Adaptive Systems, and Metropolitan Governance” for the “Workshop on Complexity and Policy Analysis, Co-hosted by: Department of Government University College Cork ETHOS Project, Institute for the Study of Coherence and Emergence, Boston, and the School of Public Affairs, Penn State, Harrisburg, 22-24 June 2005, Cork, Ireland.
Terry L. Cooper and Pradeep Kathi, Jack W. Meek (2004) “Neighborhood Council-City Agency Collaboration in Delivery of City Service-Role of the University as a Mediating Institution,” paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Schools of Public Administration and Affairs, “engaging Students, Creating Solutions, Serving the Community,” October 21-23, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jack W. Meek (2004) “Complementary Government: Policy Management and Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) in Southern California,” Paper presented at the 2nd Sino-US International Conference for Public Administration in Beijing, P.R. China, from May 24-25, 2004. The conference is at the Run Run Shaw Conference Center at Renmin University of China (RUC). The conference theme is “The Challenges and the Opportunities for Public Administration in a Rapidly Changing World.”
Jack W. Meek and Paul Hubler (2004) “Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) in Southern California: Implications for Local Governance” paper presented at the American Society for Public Administration Conference 2004, “Transforming Governance In a World Without Borders,” Portland Oregon. March 27-30, 2004. The panel was entitled “Business Improvement Districts: Local Government and Interjurisdictional Implications.”
Jack W. Meek (2004) “Emerging Forms of Metropolitan Governance.” Paper presented at the International Academic Symposium on” Public Management in 21st century: Opportunities and Challenges” Sponsored by the Center for Public Administration of Zhongshan University (CPAZU), Macau, China on 9-11 January 2004.
Paul Hubler and Jack W. Meek (2003) “Sub-regional Transportation Initiatives: Implications for Governance,” This paper was prepared with Paul Hubler and Jack W. Meek for the American Society for Public Administration Conference 2003, “The Power of the Public Service,” Washington D.C., March 16-20, 2003. The panel was entitled “Metropolitan Regional Governance and the Challenges for Public Service.”
Jack W. Meek (2001) “Governance and Networks: Understanding the Citistate,” paper was presented by at the Annual Conference of the Public Administration Theory Network 2001, “Changing Discourses: Democracy, Institutions, and Civic Space,” University of Leiden, Netherlands, June 20-21, 2001. The panel was entitled “Government and Governance in the Modern CitiState.”
Jack Meek, University of La Verne (CA) and John Roberts (2001) “Creating Regional Transportation Solutions in Los Angeles: Implications for Urban Governance, presentation at the American Society for Public Administration Conference 2001 in Newark, N.J., March 10-13, 2001. Panel 70: “New Cities: The Prospects of Metropolitan Governance.”
Jack W. Meek (1999)“The Practice of Interdisciplinarity: Complex Conditions and the Potential of Interdisciplinary Theory.” Paper presentation at the Conference of the Association for Integrative Studies 1999, September 29-October 1 at North Central College, Naperville, Illinois
Jack W. Meek (1999)“Interdisciplinarity and Complexity: Implications for Public Administration and Integrating Communities,” paper presented at the 12th Annual Conference of the Public Administration Theory Network 1999, Portland, Oregon, March 4-5.
Jack W. Meek (1997) “Policy Networks: Implications for Policy Development and Implementation, Paper Presented at the Southeastern Conference for Public Administration 1997, September, Knoxville, Tennessee.
William Newell and Jack W. Meek (1997) “What Can Public Administration Learn from Complex Systems Theory,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Public Administration Theory Network 1997, March, Richmond Virginia.
Jack W. Meek and John D. Sullivan (1997) “Issue-Systems and Policy Analysis,” paper presented at the 20th National Conference on Teaching Public Administration 1997, March Richmond Virginia.
Jack W. Meek and William H. Newell (1997) “Interdisciplinary Study and Public Administration: Educational Implications for Policy Analysis and Management,” Proceedings of the 19th National Conference on Teaching Public Administration 1997, February, Savannah, Georgia.
Jack W. Meek (1995) “Theory and the Study of Management and Public Administration,” Proceedings of the 18th National Conference on Teaching Public Administration 1995, March, Seattle Washington.
Jack W. Meek (1983) “Energy and the Third World: Consequences of High Prices and Increased Demand,” Indiana Consortium for International Programs, Annual Meeting
Jack W. Meek (1982) “Energy Cooperation and U.S. Policy in the 1980’s,” Indiana Academy of the Social Science, Annual Meeting, Indiana
Jack W. Meek (1981) “Sensitivity and Vulnerability: Western Energy Interdependence and the Implications for Alliance Cohesion,” International Studies Association National Meeting, Philadelphia (March).