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Dr. Aaron Smith-Walter Recently PublishedAssistant Professor of Public Administration Aaron Smith-Walter had a paper recently published with co-author Dr. Nadhrah A. Kadir (of the Universiti Sains Malaysia) in Macrotheme Review, a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal. The paper explores how administrative rules governing public participation are perceived by organizational stakeholders in the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization. The study concludes that reforming rules while providing a clear link to organizational goals and commitments can help organizational members develop a more positive view of the rules and regulations associated with public participation. Kadir, Nadhrah A. and Aaron Smith-Walter. 2016.“Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the Administrative Rules Governing Public Participation in the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization.” The Macrotheme Review: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Global Macro Trends. Vol. 5, No. 1 pp. 73-96. The Macrotheme Review: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Global Macro Trends1-8-2016http://macrotheme.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/6MR51Na.359103254.pdf/arts_sciences/bpa/images/news/asmithwalter_news.jpgInclude in NavigationYesCampusAllUserAllTransparentNoShelfLife24Thumbnailsite://UAS/arts_sciences/bpa/images/news/asmithwalter_news.jpgUASasmithwalter_news.jpg
 
 
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