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  • 1. Odd J. Stalebrink, Ph.D. School of Public Affairs Pennsylvania State University - Harrisburg W160 Olmsted Bldg. 777 W. Harrisburg Pike Middletown, PA 17057 ojs10@psu.edu - Email 717-948-6319 - Office Phone 717-948-6484 - Office Fax PERSONAL DATA Date of Birth: May 1, 1970 Citizenships: United States of America & Sweden EDUCATION 2002. Ph.D. in Public Policy, School of Public Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA. 1997. M.Sc. in Business Administration (Financial Management), Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University, Sweden. 1996. B.Sc. in Business Administration. Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), Jönköping University, Sweden. 1995/96. Academic Exchange, School of Public Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA. DISSERTATION Title: Governmental Accounting & Reporting in Transition: A Study of “Earnings Management” in the Public Sector ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Aug 2008 – Present Associate Professor of Public Administration, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, PA. Oct 2008 –Present Research Council Grant Committee, Penn State – Harrisburg May 2008 – Aug 08 Associate Professor of Public Administration, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. Aug 2002 – May 08 Assistant Professor of Public Administration (Tenure-Track), West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. Aug 2006 – Present Faculty Research Associate, Regional Research Institute, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. Fall 07 – Spring 08 International Initiatives Task Force, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. 1
  • 2. Fall 06 – Spring 07 Faculty Senate Research and Scholarship Committee, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. Fall 06 – Spring 07 Task Force on Technology, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. Sep 2002 – Present WVU Nonprofit Management Continuing Education Certificate Advisory Committee, West Virginia University Sep 2002 – Present United Way Finance Committee, United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties, Inc. Morgantown, West Virginia. Spring 06 – Summer 06 Ph.D. Comprehensive Exam Committee (Vivianne Foyou), Dep’t of Political Science, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. Aug 2003 – Aug 2004 Faculty Evaluation Committee, School of Applied Social Sciences, West Virginia University. Aug 1997 – July 2002 Graduate Research Assistant, School of Public Policy, George Mason University, VA. Aug 2000 – July 2002 Research Staff, Center for Transport Policy and Logistics, George Mason University, VA. Sep 1998 – May 1999 Instructor, Swedish School in Washington, DC, Washington, D.C. COURSES TAUGHT Public Financial Management: Principles and practices of public sector financial management including management control concepts, governmental financial accounting and reporting, analytical and managerial techniques, and computer applications to public sector financial management. Public Budgeting: Advanced study of public budgeting at the federal, state, and local levels of government. Emphasis is placed on principles of public finance, budgeting processes and approaches; revenue sources and tax structures; and budget preparation and analysis. Fiscal Decision-Making Investing Public Monies: Advanced elective course designed to provide students with an up-to-date overview of policies, principles and practices related to investments of public monies in income generating assets. Regulatory Reporting Requirements in Public Financial Mgmt: An online course that provides introductory treatment of the regulatory reporting framework that governs the use and preparation of state and local government Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs). Important aspects of the course include learning about (1) the procedures and practices that governments are required to follow in order to prepare the CAFR; (2) how the CAFR allows for assessments of compliance with budgetary mandates, and important fiscal rules; (3) and assessments of managerial prudence. 2
  • 3. PUBLICATIONS (Accepted & in print) Odd J. Stalebrink (2008) “Infrastructure Reporting in Small and Rural Governments: A Pilot Study of Local Governments in West Virginia,” In Civil Infrastructure Reporting and Asset Management: Best Practices and Opportunities, edited by Sue McNeil and Adjo Amekudzi. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Special Publication. Odd J. Stalebrink. “National Performance Mandates and Intergovernmental Collaboration: An Examination of the Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART),” American Review of Public Administration. Forthcoming. John F. Sacco and Odd J. Stalebrink. “A Contemporary Perspective on Public Sector Venture Capitalism,” in New Dimensions in Regional Economic Development: The Role of Entrepreneurship Research, Practice and Policy, edited by Sameeksha Desai, Peter Nijkamp and Roger Stough. Elsevier Science Ltd. (Forthcoming) Velda Frisco and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Congressional Use of the Program Assessment Rating Tool,” Journal of Public Budgeting & Finance, Summer 2008. pp. 1-22. Odd J. Stalebrink (2007) “An Investigation of Discretionary Accruals and Surplus- Deficit Management: Evidence from Swedish Municipalities,” Financial Accountability and Management. Vol. 23, No. 4, November, pp. 441-458. Odd J. Stalebrink and John F. Sacco (2007) “Rationalization of Financial Statement Fraud in Government: An Austrian Perspective,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting (CPA), Vol. 18, pp. 489-507. Odd J. Stalebrink and John F. Sacco (2006) “Public Sector Investment Failures: Theoretical Contributions from New Institutional and Austrian Economic Theory,” Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management Vol. 18, Issue 3, pp. 351-375. Odd J. Stalebrink, John F. Sacco & Gerald Bushee (2006), “The Role of Institutions of Private Property and Money in Entrepreneurial Discovery,” In Entrepreneurship and Development: Local Processes and Global Patterns, edited by Iréne Johansson, University West. Trollhättan, Sweden (ISBN-10 91-631-9852-5) Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford (2005), “Transportation Asset Management.” In Handbooks in Transport - Handbook 6: Handbook of Transport Strategy, Policy and Institutions, edited by Kenneth Button and David Hensher. Elsevier Science Ltd.. Odd J. Stalebrink (2004), “The Hayek and Mises Controversy: Bridging Differences,” Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, vol. 7, no. 1, Spring, pp. 27-38. Odd J. Stalebrink and John F. Sacco (2003), “An ‘Austrian’ Perspective on Commercial Accounting Practices in the Public Sector,” Accounting Forum, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 339-358. John F. Sacco and Odd J. Stalebrink (2003). “Adding Economic and Information Theory to Technique – Using the Uniform Chart of Accounts for Building Entrepreneurial Nonprofit Organizations,” In Information Technology and 3
  • 4. Organizations: Trends, Issues, Challenges and Solutions (Volume 2) edited by Mehdi Khosrowpour. Idea Group Publishing. Jonathan L. Gifford and Odd J. Stalebrink (2002), “Remaking Transportation Organizations for the 21st Century: Consortia and the Value of Organizational Learning,” Transportation Research A: Policy and Practice, vol. 36 no.7, pp. 645-657. Jonathan L. Gifford and Odd J. Stalebrink (2002), "ITS Standardization: Lessons from a Consortium Approach," International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 56-71. Jonathan L. Gifford and Odd J. Stalebrink (2001). "Transportation Demand Management." In Handbooks in Transport - Handbook 3: Transport Systems and Traffic Control, edited by Kenneth Button and David Hensher. Elsevier Science Ltd. pp. 199-208. Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford (2000), "Transportation Asset Management and the Value of Enterprise-Based Financial Reporting Practices." Transportation Research Record, no.1729, 51-56. ARTICLES UNDER REVIEW Odd J. Stalebrink & Velda Frisco.“ PART of the Future: A Look at Congressional Trends,” Public Administration Review. Under Review. John F. Sacco and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Governmental Accounting, Global Markets and Ideologies: A Historical Study of U.S. State and Local Practices,” Financial Accountability and Management. Under Second Review. John F. Sacco, Gerald Bushee and Odd J. Stalebrink. Are Government Financial Reports Lemons? A Study of the Management Discussions and Analysis (MD&A), Accounting, Auditing & Accountability, Under First Review. John F. Sacco, Odd J. Stalebrink and Gerald Bushee. “The Role of SOX in Detecting Fraud in NGOs,” In Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, edited by Jack Rabin. Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Under first review BOOK REVIEWS Odd J. Stalebrink "Review of Financing Transportation Networks by Levinson, D.M. Annals of Regional Science: Springer-Verlag, vol. 38 (2004): pp. 1-3. ARTICLES IN PROGRESS " Governmental Accounting Reforms – Two Decades Later," Symposium Introduction for Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management. “The Impact of Institutional Characteristics on the Effectiveness of Rainy Day Fund Policies” with Michael Dougherty and Mehmet Tosun. “Public Sector Investing: An Empirical Examination of Adherence to Modern Portfolio Theory” with Kenneth Kriz and Weiyu Guo. “Accrual Basis Accounting and Budgeting Systems and Fiscal Sustainability” 4
  • 5. “Ideology and Technique in Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting and Finance,” with John F. Sacco and Walter Vance. “Public Sector Investing and the Violation of Investment Principles: Explanations from Praxeological Economics.” “Dealing with Information Asymmetry and Agency Problems via Consideration of Markets, Regulations and Social Development: Lessons from the Enron Debacle and an Era of Fraud.” with John F. Sacco. “Farmland Preservation Programs In West Virginia: A Preliminary Inquiry into the Merits of Purchase Development Rights, with Samuel Wilkinson. “Using Trend and Ratios Analysis on Financial Statements to Assess whether Market Ideology is Affecting Local Public Finance,” with John F. Sacco and Gerald Bushee. SYMPOSIA EDITED (Invited) " Governmental Accounting Reforms – Two Decades Later," Symposium for Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management (forthcoming in 2010). UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford. “The Application of Real Option Theory to Public Sector Investment Analysis: The Case of Road Transport Investments.” Jonathan L. Gifford and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Governance in Large Infrastructure Networks: Institutional Issues and Case Studies.” Odd J. Stalebrink. “Portfolio Management: A Study of the Feasibility of Active Portfolio Management on the Swedish Stock Market.” Master Thesis, 1-47. Jonkoping, Sweden: Jonkoping International Business School (1997). Emil Carlsson, Christian Eliasson, and Odd J. Stalebrink. “The Valuation Process during an Acquisition: A Case Study.” Bachelor Thesis, 1-45. Jonkoping, Sweden: Jonkoping International Business School. (1996). CONFERENCE PAPERS Odd J. Stalebrink, Kenneth Kriz & Weiyu Guo, “Public Sector Investing: An Empirical Examination of Adherence to Modern Portfolio Theory,” 101st Annual Conference on Taxation, November 20, 2008, Philadelphia, PA. Odd J. Stalebrink & Velda Frisco,“PART of the Future: A Look at Congressional Trends,” The 20th Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, Chicago, Ill: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM), October 23-25, 2008. Odd J. Stalebrink, “Accrual Basis Accounting Systems and Long-Term Fiscal Sustainability: Lessons from the United Kingdom and Sweden” The Twenty- Ninth Annual APPAM Research Conference, November 8-10, 2007, Washington, DC. 5
  • 6. Odd J. Stalebrink, “Alleviating ‘Goal Tension’ Under National Performance Mandates: Lessons from the Federal Highway Administration’s Infrastructure Program,” The 19h Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, October 26, 2007, Washington, DC: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). Velda Frisco & Odd J. Stalebrink, “Congressional Use of the Program Assessment Rating Tool,” The 19h Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, October 26, 2007, Washington, DC: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). (Accepted) Odd J. Stalebrink & Samuel Wilkinson, “Farmland Preservation Programs In West Virginia: A Preliminary Inquiry into the Merits of Purchase Development Rights,” 46th Annual SRSA Meeting, Charleston, SC, March 29-31, 2007: Southern Regional Science Association (SRSA). Odd J. Stalebrink. “Infrastructure Reporting in Small and Rural Governments: The Case of West Virginia” The 18h Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, October 19-21, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). John F. Sacco, Gerald Bushee & Odd J. Stalebrink, “Using Trend and Ratios Analysis on Financial Statements to Assess whether Market Ideology is Affecting Local Public Finance,” The 18h Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, October 19-21, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). Odd J. Stalebrink, John F. Sacco & Gerald Bushee, “The Role of Institutions of Private Property and Money in Entrepreneurial Discovery,” The 9th Uddevalla Symposium: Entrepreneurship and Development – Local Processes and Global Patterns, June 14-16, 2006, Fairfax, VA. Odd J. Stalebrink. “Accounting for Write-Offs in a Post-Reform Municipal Accounting Environment: Evidence from Swedish Municipalities,” Proceedings from the 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (Book of Abstracts), March 22-24, 2006, Dublin, Ireland: The European Accounting Association. Odd J. Stalebrink. “Performance Budgeting by Collaboration: The Case of the Program Assessment Rating Tool.” Proceedings from the Transportation Research Board 85th Annual Meeting, vol. CD-Rom, Paper No. 06-2654. Washington, DC: National Research Council (2006). John F. Sacco, Odd J. Stalebrink & Gerald Bushee, “Are Government Financial Reports Lemons? A Preliminary Theoretical and Empirical Study of MD&As,” Western Social Science Association’s 48th Annual Conference April 19 -22, 2006, Phoenix, Arizona. Odd J. Stalebrink and John Sacco. “A Contemporary Economic Perspective on the Merits of a Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX) for US State and Local Governments” The 17h Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial 6
  • 7. Management, November 10-12, 2005, Washington, DC: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). John F. Sacco and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Government Accounting, Global Markets, and the Rise and Fall of Ideologies: A Case Study of U.S. State and Local Practices." Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Accounting and Finance in Transition, Greenwich, London, 13-16 July, 2005. John F. Sacco and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Regional Enterprise: The Merits and Realities of Government Agencies as Venture Capitalists.” Tinbergen Workshop, Fairfax, Virginia, June 10-11, 2005. Odd J. Stalebrink. “A Praxeological Study of Public Sector Investment Failures and the Merits of Formal Investment Policies,” ASPA National Conference, April 2-6, 2005, Milwaukee, WI: American Society of Public Administration (ASPA). Odd J. Stalebrink and Ruchi Bhandari. “Performance Budgeting within State Transportation Agencies: The Role of Federal Performance Reforms.” Western Social Science Association’s Annual Meeting (Public Budgeting and Finance Section), April 13-16, 2005, Albuquerque, NM: WSSA Odd J. Stalebrink. “From Policy to Practice: A National Survey of Public Pension Investment Policies,” The 16th Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, October 7-9, 2004, Chicago, Ill: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). Michael Dougherty, Odd J. Stalebrink and Mehmet Tosun. “The Impact of Institutional Characteristics on the Effectiveness of Rainy Day Fund Policies” The 16th Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, October 7-9, 2004, Chicago, Ill: The Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). John F. Sacco and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Triumph of Agents over Markets and Regulations: Lessons from Enron.” ASPA National Conference, 2003, Session #286, Washington, D.C: American Society of Public Administration (ASPA). Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford “The Application of Real Option Theory to Public Sector Investment Analysis: The Case of Road Transport Investments,” 15th Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, November 18-20, 2003, Washington, DC: The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). Odd J. Stalebrink “Earnings Management & the Efficiency-Oriented Model in the Public Sector,” 14th Annual Conference of the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, October 10-12, 2002, Kansas City, Missouri: The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). Odd J. Stalebrink, “The Effects of GASB 34 on Infrastructure Management,” 41st Annual Meetings of the Southern Regional Science Association, Session 19, April 13, 2002, Arlington, VA: Southern Regional Science Association (SRSA). 7
  • 8. Odd J. Stalebrink “An ‘Austrian’ Critique of Commercial Accounting Practices in the Public Sector,” Proceedings from the 2002 AAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting, April 25-27, 2002, Towson, MD: American Accounting Association. Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford. “Actors & Directions in U.S. Transportation Asset Management.” Proceedings from the Transportation Research Board 81st Annual Meeting, vol. CD-Rom, Paper No. 02-3536. Washington, DC: National Research Council (2002). Odd J. Stalebrink. “Austrian Insights into the Use of Corporate-Style Accounting Numbers in Public Management.” Proceedings from 16th Nordic Academy of Management Meeting (Book of Abstracts), August 16-18, 2001, Uppsala, Sweden: The Nordic Academy of Management. Odd J. Stalebrink. “Towards an Internationally Widespread Use of Commercial Accounting Practices in the Public Sector: Lessons from Austrian Economics.” Proceedings from Conference on Emerging Issues In International Accounting (Book of Abstracts), August 3-6, 2001, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada: American Accounting Association (AAA). Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford. “Transportation Asset Management: A Vehicle for Mainstreaming ITS?” Proceedings from Intelligent Transportation Society of America's Eleventh Annual Meeting, June 2001, Miami Beach, Florida: ITS America. Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford. “Transportation Asset Management: The Value of Enterprise-Based Financial Reporting Practices.” Proceedings from The Transportation Research Board 79th Annual Meeting, vol. CD-Rom, Paper No. 00-1135. Washington, DC: National Research Council (2000). Jonathan L. Gifford and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Remaking Transportation Organizations for the 21st Century: Learning Organizations and the Value of Consortia.” Proceedings from The Transportation Research Board 78th Annual Meeting, vol. CD-Rom, Paper No. 991121. Washington, DC: National Research Council (1999). Jonathan L. Gifford and Odd J. Stalebrink. “ITS Standardization: Assessing the Value of a Consortium Approach.” Proceedings from ITS Standards Program Review and Interoperability Workshop. Washington, DC: ITS America (1998). INVITED LECTURES, PRESENTATIONS & COLLOQUIA National Performance Mandates and Intergovernmental Collaboration: An Examination of the Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART), School of Public Affairs, Penn State-Harrisburg, February 8, 2008. “Write-off Choices in a Post-Reform Municipal Accounting Environment: Evidence from Swedish Municipalities,” Invited Presentation, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, February 5, 2007. “Financing Community Development: The Role of Municipal Governments,” Invited Presentation, Community Development East, Charleston, WV, September 27, 2006. 8
  • 9. “Next Steps in the Study of Accounting Fraud: The Case of Government,” Invited Presentation. School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, March 2, 2005. “Incentives, Opportunities and Rationalization of Accounting Fraud in the Public Sector” Invited Presentation. Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom, June 16, 2005. “Using and Adding a Theoretical Base to the Uniform Chart of Accounts for Nonprofit Management and Reporting,” IRMA 14th International Conference, Philadelphia, PA, May 18-21, 2003 (with John F. Sacco) “Dealing with State Fiscal Stress: Moving Beyond Round 3.” Invited Plenary Speaker. National Conference of State Legislatures Leadership Staff Section Annual Training Seminar, September 2-6, 2003, Charleston, WV: NSCL “Public Sector Accounting Reforms & Fiscal Infrastructure Impact Studies,” 41st Annual Meetings of the Southern Regional Science Association, Session 19, April 13, 2002, Arlington, VA: Southern Regional Science Association (SRSA). “Earnings Management in Infrastructure Projects,” Invited Presentation. Economics of Infrastructure Seminar, Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands, February 4, 2002. “GASB 34 & Transportation Asset Management,” Invited Presentation, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, January 14, 2002. “Do Commercial Accounting Practices Belong in the Public Sector?” Colloquium, School of Public Policy, October 12, 2000. “A ‘New’ View of Investment for Infrastructure Asset Management,” Workshop. Invited participant. George Mason University and the Delft University of Technology Joint Workshop, April 20-21, 2000, George Mason University. “Transportation Asset Management: An Enterprise-Based Approach,” Colloquium, the Institute of Public Policy, October 21, 1999. REPORTS 2003. Odd J. Stalebrink. “Project Evaluation Methodologies for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS),” International Access Corporation (IAC), Washington, D.C.. 2003. Odd J. Stalebrink and Ola P. Stalebrink. “Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) in Sweden,” Japanese Economic Trade Organization (JETRO), New York, N.Y. 2003. Odd J. Stalebrink and Ola P. Stalebrink. “A Report on Telematics in Sweden,” Japanese Economic Trade Organization (JETRO), New York, N.Y. 2003. Jonathan L. Gifford and Odd J. Stalebrink. “Transportation Asset Management: A Vehicle for Mainstreaming ITS,” Center for Transportation and Logistics, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. 2002. Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford. “A Report on Toll Pricing in the U.S.,” Japanese Economic Trade Organization (JETRO), New York, N.Y. 9
  • 10. 2001. Odd J. Stalebrink and Jonathan L. Gifford. “A Report on Transportation Asset Management in the U.S. International Access Corporation (IAC), Washington, D.C. CONSULTING Dec 2002 – April 2003. Japanese Economic Trade Organizations (JETRO), New York, N.Y. (P/I) April 2002 – May 2002. International Access Corporation (IAC), Washington, D.C. (CO-P/I) Jan 2002 – Feb 2002. Japanese Economic Trade Organizations (JETRO), New York, N.Y. (CO-P/I) Jan 2001 – Mar 2001. International Access Corporation (IAC), Washington, D.C. (CO-P/I) FUNDING 2006. Regional Research Institute (RRI) Seed Grant (Funding for Graduate Research Assistant (full academic year) + $1,000). 2005. Eberly College of Arts and Sciences (ECAS) Proposal Preparation Mini- Grants Program. ($5,000). 2004. “An Examination of the Public Sector Investment Function: Progress and Success,” WVU Senate Grant for Research and Scholarship ($7,600). 2003. “Moving beyond GASB 34: Capacity Building Needs in West Virginia’s Municipalities,” Eberly Family Faculty Development Fund ($10,000). RECOGNITIONS o Best Student Paper Competition Award. The American Society of Public Administration’s (ASPA) Section on Transportation Policy & Administration (STPA). o University Transportation Centers (UTC) 10th Annual Student of the Year Award. United States Department of Transportation (US DOT). o Hayek Fund for Scholars Award. The Institute for Humane Studies, Fairfax, VA, USA. o The 2002 Pikarsky & Wootan award: Nominee for best dissertation. o Nominee for the 2001 ENO Transportation Leadership Fellowship Program. o Awarded full stipend for post-graduate studies at George Mason University. WORKSHOP DEVELOPMENT 2002. Workshop Co-developer. “Transportation Asset Management & GASB 34: The Basics,” Sponsored by the Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments, Virginia Department of Transportation Technology Transfer Center, Maryland Technology Transfer Center, and District of Columbia Department of Public Works Office of Transportation. September, 2002. 2001. Workshop Coordinator. “Transportation Management & Operations: Facing Down the Institutional Issues.” Sponsored by the Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments, Virginia Department of Transportation Technology 10
  • 11. Transfer Center, Maryland Technology Transfer Center, and District of Columbia Department of Public Works Office of Transportation. April 5, 12 and 26, 2001. SERVICE & PEER REVIEW o Vice-President-Elect for the West Virginia Chapter of the American Society of Public Administration. o Aug 2003 – Present. Faculty Evaluation Committee, School of Applied Social Sciences, West Virginia University o Transportation Research Board’s Task Force on Asset Management (A1T50). o Reviewer for Critical Perspectives on Accounting (Blackwell) o Reviewer for International Journal of Transportation Management (Elsevier) o Reviewer for Transportation Research A (Elsevier) o Reviewer for Transportation Research Record (National Academies) o Reviewer for American Business Academy’s Annual meeting o Reviewer for Public Works and Management (APWA) o Reviewer for Journal of Infrastructure Systems (ASCE) o Reviewer for Knowledge, Technology and Policy (Transaction Publishers) PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS o Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM). o American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) o Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) o European Accounting Association o National Tax Association (NTA) 11

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