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Julia L. Carboni

Julia L. Carboni

Assistant Professor
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Office: BS 4066
Phone: 317-274-8705
Email: jcarboni@iupui.edu
Curriculum Vitae
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Education

  • Ph.D., Management, University of Arizona, 2012
  • MPA, Public and Nonprofit Management, University of Arizona, 2010
  • BS, Political Science, Northern Arizona University, 2003

Professional experience

  • Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, 2012-Present
  • Research Associate, University of Arizona

Professional affiliations

  • American Association for Public Policy and Management
  • American Society for Public Administration
  • Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action
  • International Network for Social Network Analysis
  • International Society for Third Sector Research
  • Pi Alpha Alpha Public Administration Honor Society
  • Public Management Research Association

Major fields of expertise

  • Nonprofit management
  • Collaborative governance
  • Alternative Service Delivery Arrangements
  • Organizational Networks
  • IDP Governance

Intellectual contributions

Dissertation

Structural Predictors of Contract Performance

Publications

Julia L. Carboni and Sarah Maxwell. (forthcoming). “Effective Social Media for Nonprofits: What Matters?” Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs.

Siddiki, Saba, Julia L. Carboni, Chris Koski, and Abdul-Akeem A. Sadiq. Forthcoming. "How Policy Rules Affect Who Collaborates and How They Perform." Public Administration Review.

Julia L. Carboni. (forthcoming). “Contract Exchange Structures: Measures for Multi-Mode Affiliation Networks.” Complexity, Governance and Networks.

Julia L. Carboni. (forthcoming). “Ex Post Contract Market Structure: Implications for Performance over Time.” American Review of Public Administration.

Deanna Malatesta and Julia L. Carboni. (2014). “The Concept of Public Action: Reconciling Public Administration with Legal Doctrine.” Public Administration Review. (forthcoming- in early view online).

Sarah Maxwell and Julia L. Carboni. (2014). “Stakeholder Communications in Service Implementation Networks: Expanding Relationship Management Theory to the Nonprofit Sector through Network Analysis.” International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 19(4): 301-313.

Julia L. Carboni, Sarah Maxwell and Connie McNeely. (2014). “Community Engagement as a Predictor of Higher Education Matriculation.” In How Service and Volunteerism is Reshaping our Civic and Community Health edited by TA Bryer. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Julia L. Carboni. (2013). “Simple Network Collaborative Process.” E-PARCC Simulation. Maxwell School Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration.

Julia L. Carboni and H. Brinton Milward. (2012). “Governance, Privatization and Systemic Risk in a Disarticulated State.” Public Administration Review. 72:s36-s44.

Julia L. Carboni and Todd Leber. 2010. “Managing Organizational Crises in Uncertain Conditions: A Case Study of Providence Service Corporation.” Harvard Kennedy School Case Program.

Selected technical reports and projects

Carboni, J. and Mitchneck, B. 2012. The Collaborative Approach for IDP Assistance in the Republic of Georgia (with Beth Mitchneck).

Carboni, J. 2011. The Arizona Civil Discourse, Civic Engagement and Civic Leadership Network. (Survey design and data analysis). Prepared for the National Institute for Civil Discourse.

Carboni, J. 2010. Providence Service Corporation Director Survey. Prepared for the Providence Service Corporation Board of Directors quarterly meeting.

Carboni, J. 2007. Day Labor Survey and Payday Loan Utilization Survey. Conducted for the Southwest Center for Economic Integrity.

Select research presentations

Julia L. Carboni, Saba Siddiki, Chris Koski, and Akeem Sadiq. “Who is at the Table?: Institutional Explanations for Nonprofit Inclusion in Collaborative Governance Arrangements.” Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Annual Conference. Denver, CO. November 2014.

Julia L. Carboni and Rachel Fyall. “Contract Responsiveness or Program Effectiveness: Do Contractors Faithfully Implement Public Values?” Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Annual Conference. Denver, CO. November 2014.

Julia L. Carboni and Rachel Fyall. “Contract Responsiveness or Program Effectiveness: Do Contractors Faithfully Implement Public Values?” Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Annual Conference. Albuquerque, NM. November 2014.

Julia L. Carboni. “Organizational Form, Structural Embeddedness and Contract Performance in Mixed Sector Markets.” Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. August 2014.

Julia L. Carboni. “Combined Effects: The Influence of Organizational Form and Structural Characteristics on Contract Performance in Mixed Sector Markets.” Transatlantic Policy Conference, Indiana University. Bloomington, IN. June 2014.

Saba Siddiki, Julia L. Carboni, Chris Koski, and Akeem Sadiq. “Governing Local Food Systems: An Institutions Based Analysis of the Structural Composition and Outputs of Public Food Policy Councils.” Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop (WOW5), Indiana University. Bloomington, IN. June 2014.

Julia L. Carboni. “Organizational Form, Structural Embeddedness and Contract Performance in Mixed Sector Markets.” Workshop in Multidisciplinary Philanthropic Studies. April 2014.

Julia L. Carboni. “Collaborative Governance and Networks: Connecting Governance to Outcomes.” ANN-Sonic Conference (invitation only conference for network scholars). University of Southern California. April 2014.

Julia L. Carboni, Saba Siddiki, Akeem Sadiq, and Chris Koski. “Local Food System Governance: A Pilot Project.” Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Annual Conference. Hartford, CT. November 2013.

Julia L. Carboni. “Organizational Form, Structural Embeddedness and Contract Performance in Mixed Sector Markets.” Public Policy Institute Brownbag Series. Indianapolis, In.November 2013.

Julia L. Carboni. “Competition Across Domains: Implications for Contract Performance.” Public Management Research Conference. Madison, WI. June 2013.

Deanna Malatesta and Julia L. Carboni. “The Concept of Public Action: Reconciling Public Administration with Legal Doctrine.” Public Management Research Conference. Madison, WI. June 2013.

Beth Mitchneck, Joanna Regulska, Julia L. Carboni, Olga Mayorova and Peter Kabachnik. “Geography, Gendered Social Networks and Well-being: the Case of Forced Migrants in the Republic of Georgia.” International Network for Social Network Analysis Sunbelt Conference. Hamburg, Germany. May 2013.

Julia L. Carboni. “Organizational Networks and Collaborative Governance for Internally Displaced Persons Assistance.” Workshop in Multidisciplinary Philanthropic Studies. March 2013.

Julia L. Carboni. “Contract Exchange Structures: Measures for Multi-Mode Affiliation Networks.” SPEA Dean’s Research Workshop. January 2013.

Julia L. Carboni. “Contract Market Structure and Performance.” Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Annual Conference. Indianapolis, IN, November 2012.

Julia L. Carboni. “Contract Performance: Organizational Form and Quality.” Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD. November 2012.

Beth Mitchneck and Julia L. Carboni. “"International Migrants in Russia: Integration?" Labor Migration in Eurasia: Links to Global Migration and Human Security Trends Conference. Hosted by Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Scholar Center. September 2012.

Invited talks and presentations

Presenter, “Collective Impact in Hunger Free Communities.” Alliance to End Hunger Annual Board Meeting. October 2014.

Panelist, “Board Diversity and Ethics”, Ardath Burkhart Leadership, United Way of Central Indiana, February 2013

Presenter, “Forming a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit”, Indy Food Council, February 2013

Presenter, “Social and Organizational Networks for Nonprofit Organizations.” Transforming Communities: Reducing Disparities Statewide Conference, hosted by Latino Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, October 2012

Keynote Speaker, Young Women’s Empowerment Academy, April 2007

Courses taught

  • SPEA-V 362: Nonprofit Management and Leadership
  • SPEA-V 525: Management in the Nonprofit Sector
  • SPEA-V 550: Founding a Nonprofit in Indiana

Service

  • Agency Evaluator, United Way of Central Indiana
  • Member, Indy Food Council Organizing Board
  • Judge, State JAG Career Development Conference, Indiana Workforce Development
  • Mentor, Arizona Assurance Program
  • Workshop facilitator, Running and Winning, League of Women Voters
  • Volunteer Research Associate, Southwest Center for Economic Integrity
  • Blood Drive Coordinator, American Red Cross Blood Services, Tucson, AZ
  • Mentor, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff, Community Based Program & School Based Program, Flagstaff, AZ

Awards and recognition

  • Honorable Mention, Best Teaching Simulation, E-PARCC
  • University of Arizona Graduate Student Teaching Award, Eller College of Management
  • University of Arizona Graduate College Fellowship
  • University of Arizona Graduate College Minority Student Fellowship
  • Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society