Introduction

Your feedback on the Governance Matters (GM) section of State and Local Government Review is welcomed by the incoming section editor.  [The section features peer reviewed applied research on state and local governments of interest to both practitioners and academics. This research may include case studies or other empirical pieces and in the past the section included articles on a variety of timely governance topics ranging from social media use to capital budgeting to likely social equity impacts at the local level of Trump administration budget cuts.] 

Responses are anonymous unless you choose to provide contact information in response to the final question.  

Thank you for your time. 

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* 1. What topic areas would you be most interested in seeing covered in Governance Matters (GM) over the next two years?

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* 2. Of the following GM articles from 2017 and 2018, which did you find the most relevant/useful (select all that apply):

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* 3. How, if at all, have you used GM articles in your work, research or teaching?

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* 4. What, if any, feedback or advice would you give to improve the Governance Matters section?

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* 5. The GM section seeks to publish research of particular interest to practitioners and to maintain a format and tone that is accessible to a broad range of practitioner backgrounds. Over the past two years, in your opinion, Governance Matters articles have been:

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* 6. Do you primarily think of yourself as an:

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* 7. What facet of the intergovernmental structure are you most interested in:

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* 8. How long have you been a member of the Section on Intergovernmental Administration and Management (SIAM) of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA)?

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* 9. Periodically Governance Matters convenes a panel of practitioners to provide insights or examples from the front lines about a topic covered by a research article. The summarized insights are then published alongside the research article. If you are interested in being contacted for such panels in the future, please provide a permanent e-mail address, a title or description of your role as a practitioner, and any topic areas of particular interest.

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