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The Winners of the 2017 Tenth Annual E-PARCC Teaching Case and Simulation Competition are now available to be downloaded:

FIRST PLACE 

Simulation: “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.” By Khaldoun AbouAssi, Assistant Professor, Public Administration and Policy, School of Public Affairs, American University; and Tina Nabatchi, Associate Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs, Syracuse University Maxwell School.

Simulation: “DeBola: A Prisoner’s Dilemma Simulation-Game for NGOs.” By Noam Ebner, Professor of Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Creighton University School of Law.


HONORABLE MENTION

Case: “Cross-sector Collaboration and Urban Revitalization in Buffalo, NY.” By Madeleine R. Hamlin, Graduate Student, Public Administration and International Affairs, Syracuse University Maxwell School; and Jesse Lecy, Assistant Professor , Public Administration and International Affairs, Syracuse University Maxwell School.

Case: “Pioneer Scouts of Rose Ravine.” By Trent A. Engbers, Assistant Professor, Political Science and Public Administration, University of Southern Indiana.

Case: “The Whittier Sewer Project: The Promise and Perils of Collaboration.” By Ricardo S. Morse, Associate Professor, Public Administration and Government, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; and John B. Stephens, Associate Professor, Public Administration and Government, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. 

Simulation: “Corruption in the Republic of Atlantikk.” By Tina Nabatchi, Associate Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs, Syracuse University Maxwell School; and Rigo Melgar-Melgar, Graduate Student, Public Administration and International Affairs, Syracuse University Maxwell School.  

E-PARCC, a project of the Maxwell School's "Collaborative Governance Initiative," provides free online resources for those who teach collaborative public management, networks, governance, and problem solving around the world. Visit the E-PARCC website to see all previously published cases and simulations.