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Curriculum Vitae
John T Scholz
April 03, 2013

General Information
University address: Political Science
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Bellamy Building 0562
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2230
Phone: 850/644-7304

E-mail address: jscholz@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1977 Ph.D., UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA/BERKELY. Major: Political Science.
1974 M.S., UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELY. Major: Resource Economics.
1972 M.A., UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELY. Major: Political Science.

Professional Experience
2001–present Professor, Political Science, Florida State University.
1979–2001 Associate Dean, Graduate Program Director, Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Political Science, State University of New York at Stony Brook.
1985–1986 Senior Research Associate, Panel on Taxpayer Compliance, National Academy of Science.
1972–1979 Lecturer, Research Associate, Teaching Assistant, University of California at Berkely.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Herbert Simon Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Scientific Study of Public Administration, Midwest Political Science Association (2008).

Teaching
Courses Taught
Public Policy: Institutions and Processes (PUP5005)

Organizations and Public Policy (PUP4034)

Special Topics in Public Policy (PUP4931)

Advanced Research in Public Policy (PUP6910)

Seminar in American Government and Public Policy: Selected Topics (POS5032)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Whiteman, M. A., graduate. (2012).

Doctoral Committee Cochair
Rogers, J. D., doctoral candidate. (2013).

Doctoral Committee Member
Bunch, J. A., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Bae, J., graduate. (2012).

Lee, Y., graduate. (2011).

Rodet, C., graduate. (2011).

Johnson, D. B., doctoral candidate. (2013).



Nesius, M. J., doctoral candidate. (2013).

Master's Committee Chair
Embrey, A. L., graduate. (2012).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Scholz, J. T., Lubell, M., Berardo, R., & Robins, G. (2012). Testing Policy Theory with Statistical Models of Networks. Policy Studies Journal, 40(3), 351-374.
Scholz, J. T., & Berardo, R. (2010). Self-Organizing Policy Networks: Risk, Partner Selection and Cooperation in Estuaries. American Journal of Political Science, 54(3), 632-649.
Scholz, J. T., Ahn, T. K., & Esarey, J. (2009). Reputation and Cooperation in Voluntary Exchanges: Comparing Central and Local Mechanisms. Journal of Politics, 71(2), 398-413.
Scholz, J. T., & Wang, Cheng-Lung. (2009). Learning to Cooperate: Learning Networks and the Problem of Altruism. American Journal of Political Science, 53(3), 572-587.
Scholz, J. T., Berardo, R., & Kile, B. (2008). Do Networks Solve Collective Action Problems? Credibility, Search, and Collaboration. Journal of Politics, 70(2), 393-406.
Scholz, J. T., & Wang, Cheng-Lung. (2006). Cooptation or Transformation? Local Policy Networks and Federal Regulatory Enforcement. American Journal of Political Science, 50(1), 81-97.
Scholz, J. T. (2003). Contractual Compliance and the Federal Income Tax System. Journal of Law and Policy, 13, 139-203.
Scholz, J. T., Schneider, M., Lubell, M., Midruta, D., & Edwards, M. (2003). Building Consensual Institutions: Networks and the National Estuary Program. American Journal of Political Science, 47, 143-158.
Scholz, J. T., Lubell, M., Schneider, M., & Mete, M. (2002). Watershed Partnerships and the Emergence of Collective Action Institutions. American Journal of Political Science, 46, 148-163.
Scholz, J. T., & Lubell, M. (2001). Cooperation, Reciprocity, and the Collective Action Heuristic. American Journal of Political Science, 45, 160-187.
Scholz, J. T., Roch, C., & McGraw, K. (2000). Social Networks and Citizen Responses to Legal Change. American Journal of Political Science, 44, 777-791.
Scholz, J. T., & Wood, B. D. (1999). Equity, Efficiency, and Politics: Democratic Controls on the Tax Collector. American Journal of Political Science, 43, 1166-1188.
Scholz, J. T. (1998). Enforcement Policy and Corporate Misconduct: The Changing Perspective of Deterrence Theory. Law and Contemporary Problems, 60, 253-268.
Scholz, J. T., & Lubell, M. (1998). Adaptive Political Attitudes: Duty, Trust, and Fear as Monitors of Tax Policy. American Journal of Political Science, 42, 903-920.
Scholz, J. T., & Lubell, M. (1998). Trust and Taxpaying: Testing the Heuristic Approach to Collective Action. American Journal of Political Science, 42, 398-417.
Scholz, J. T., & Wood, D. (1998). Controlling the IRS: Principals, Principles, and Public Administration. American Journal of Political Science, 42, 141-162.
Scholz, J. T., & Gray, W. (1997). Can Government Facilitate Cooperation? An Informational Model of OSHA Enforcement. American Journal of Political Science, 41, 693-717.
Scholz, J. T., & Pinney, N. (1995). Duty, Fear, and Tax Compliance: The Heuristic Basis of Citizenship Behavior. American Journal of Political Science, 39, 490-512.
Scholz, J. T., & Gray, W. (1993). Does Regulatory Enforcement Work? A Panel Analysis of OSHA Enforcement. Law and Society Review, 27, 177-213.
Scholz, J. T., & Casey, J. (1992). Behavioral Decision Theory and Tax Compliance: Beyond Deterrence. Law and Society Review, 25, 821-843.
Scholz, J. T., & Gray, W. (1992). Analyzing the Equity and Efficiency of OSHA Enforcement. Law and Policy, 13, 185-214.
Scholz, J. T., Steenbergen, M., & McGraw, K. (1992). Will Taxpayers Ever Like Taxes? Responses to the 1986 Tax Reform Act. Journal of Economic Psychology, 13, 625-656.
Scholz, J. T. (1991). Cooperative Regulatory Enforcement and the Politics of Administrative Effectiveness. American Political Science Review, 85, 115-136.
Scholz, J. T., & Casey, J. (1991). Boundary Effects of Vague Risk Information on Taxpayer's Decisions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 50, 360-394.
Scholz, J. T., & Gaige, F. (1991). Political Freedom and Political Stability: Nepal's 1991 Parliamentary Elections. Asian Survey, 31, 1040-1060.
Scholz, J. T., & McGraw, K. (1991). Appeals to Civic Virtue versus Attention to Self Interest: Effects on Taxpayer Responses to New Tax Laws. Law and Society Review, 25, 471-798.
Scholz, J. T., Twombly, J., & Headrick, B. (1991). Street-level Political Controls over Federal Bureaucracy. American Political Science Review, 85, 829-850.
Scholz, J. T., & Gray, W. B. (1990). OSHA Enforcement and Workplace Injuries: A Behavioral Approach to Risk Assessment. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 3, 283-305.
Scholz, J. T., Robbens, H., Elffers, H., Hessing, D., & et al. (1990). Decision Frame and Opportunity as Determinants of Tax Cheating: An International Experimental Study. Journal of Economic Psychology, 11, 341-364.
Scholz, J. T., & Wei, Feng-Heng. (1986). Regulatory Enforcement in a Federalist System. American Political Science Review, 80, 1249-1270.
Scholz, J. T. (1985). Coping With Complexity: A Bounded Rationality Perspective on Taxpayer Compliance. Proceedings of the 78th Annual Conference on Taxation, .
Scholz, J. T. (1984). Cooperation, Deterrence, and the Ecology of Regulatory Enforcement. Law and Society Review, 18, 179-224.
Scholz, J. T. (1984). In Search of Regulatory Alternatives. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 4, 113-116.
Scholz, J. T. (1984). Reliability, Responsiveness and Regulatory Policy. Public Administration Review, 44, 145-153.
Scholz, J. T. (1984). Voluntary Compliance and Regulatory Enforcement. Law and Policy, 6, 385-405.
Scholz, J. T. (1981). State Regulatory Reform and Federal Regulation. Policy Studies Review, 1, 347-359.
Scholz, J. T., & Kagan, R. A. (1981). The Criminology of the Corporation and Regulatory Enforcement Strategies. Jahrbuch fur Rechtssoziologie Und Rechttheorie, 7, 352-377.
Scholz, J. T., & Rose, L. E. (1979). Trying to Control the Policy Process: Royal Strategies in Nepal. Contributions to Asian Studies, 14, 89-102.
Scholz, J. T. (1978). Nepal in 1977: Political Discipline or Human Rights. Asian Survey, 18, 135-141.
Scholz, J. T. (1978). Nepal: Foreign Policy Determinants in a Small State. Asian Thought and Society, 3, 106-109.
Scholz, J. T. (1977). Nepal in 1976: Problems with India Threaten Birendra's New Order. Asian Survey, 17, 201-207.
Scholz, J. T., Uhlmann, D. R., & Chalmers, B. B. (1965). Elutriation Particle Separator. Review of Scientific Instruments, 36, 1813-1816.

Refereed Books
Scholz, J. T., Roth, J., & Witte, A. D. (1989). Taxpayer Compliance: An Agenda for Research, A National Academy of Sciences Report. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Scholz, J. T., & Rose, L. E. (1980). Nepal: Profile of a Himalayan Kingdom. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

Edited Books
Scholz, J. T., & Feiock, R. (Eds.). (2010). Self-Organizing Federalism: Collaborative Mechanisms to Mitigate Institutional Collective Action. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Scholz, J. T., & Stiftel, B. (Eds.). (2005). Adaptive Governance and Water Conflicts. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future.
Scholz, J. T., Dedekorkut, A., & Stiftel, B. (Eds.). (2003). Adaptive Governance and Water Conflicts: The Case Studies. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University DeVoe L. Moore Center.
Scholz, J. T., & Roth, J. A. (Eds.). (1989). Taxpayer Compliance: Social Science Perspectives. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Invited Book Chapters
Feiock, R. C., & Scholz, J. T. (2010). Institutional Collective Action and Self-organizing Institutions: An Assessment and Research Agenda. In Richard C. Feiock, & John T. Scholz (Eds.), Institutional Collective Action and Self-organizing Institutions: An Assessment and Research Agenda. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Feiock, R. C., & Scholz, J. T. (2010). Self-organizing Governance of Institutional Collective Action Problems: An Overview. In Richard Feiock, & John T. Scholz (Eds.), Self-Organizing Federalism: Collaborative Mechanisms to Mitigate Institutional Collective Action. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Scholz, J. T. (2007). Comments on Tax Practitioners –Perspectives and Impact. In IRS Research Bulletin, Proceedings of 2007 IRS Research Conference (pp. Catalogue 11546J). Washington, D.C.:Internal Revenue Service.
Scholz, J. T. (2007). Contractual Compliance: Tax Institutions and Tax Morale in the U.S. In Nicolas Hayoz, & Simon Hug (Eds.), Tax Evasion, Trust, and State Capacities. Peter Lang AG: Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien.
Scholz, J. T. (2005). The Challenges of Adaptive Governance. In John Scholz, & Bruce Stiftel (Eds.), Adaptive Governance and Water Conflicts. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future.
Scholz, J. T., & Stiftel, B. (2005). The Future of Adaptive Governance. In John Scholz, & Bruce Stiftel (Eds.), Adaptive Governance and Water Conflicts. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future.
Scholz, J. T. (2004). Comments: Carrots or Just Deserts. In Joel Slemrod, & Henry Aaron (Eds.), The Crisis in Tax Administration (pp. 258-266). Washington, D.C.: Brookings Press.
Scholz, J. T., & Howard, R. (2001). Administrative Justice. In Joseph Sanders, & V. Lee Hamilton (Eds.), The Justice Reader. New York: Plenum.
Scholz, J. T., & Howard, R. (2001). Administrative Justice. In Joseph Sanders, & V. Lee Hamilton (Eds.), The Justice Reader. New York: Plenum.
Scholz, J. T. (1998). Trusting Government: Fear, Duty, and Trust in Tax Compliance. In Valerie Braithwaite, & Margaret Levi (Eds.), Trust and Governance. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Scholz, J. T., McGraw, K., & Steenbergen, M. (1992). Taxpayer Adaptation to the 1986 Tax Reform Act: Do New Laws Affect the Way Taxpayers Think about Taxes? In Joel Slemrod (Ed.), Why People Pay Taxes: Tax Compliance and Enforcement. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Scholz, J. T. (1991). Political Education is Necessary to Foster Cooperative Regulatory Enforcement. In Jay Sigler, & Thomas Murphy (Eds.), Preventing Corporate Lawbreaking: New Approaches to Government-Business Interaction (pp. 160-183). New York: Praeger/Quorum Books.
Scholz, J. T., & McGraw, K. (1990). Fairness and Compliance: The Impact of Discussion on Taxpayer's Decisions. In IRS, The Impact of Tax Reform Act of 1986 Conference Report. Washington, D.C.: Department of Treasury.
Scholz, J. T. (1989). Compliance Research and the Political Context of Tax Administration. In Jeffrey A. Roth, & John T. Scholz (Eds.), Taxpayer Compliance: Social Science Perspectives (pp. 12-46). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Scholz, J. T. (1989). Federal vs. State Regulation: Does it Matter? In Malcolm Feeley, & Harry Scheiber (Eds.), Power Divided: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Federalism (pp. 105-122). Berkeley: Institute of Governmental Studies.
Scholz, J. T., & McGraw, K. (1988). Norms, Social Commitment, and Citizens Adaptation to New Laws. In Peter J. van Koppen, Dick J. Hessing, & Grat van den Heuvel (Eds.), Lawyers on Psychology and Psychologists on Law (pp. 101-125). Berwyn, PA: Swets North America.
Scholz, J. T. (1986). Discretion and Enforcement Efficiency: Problems of Complexity, Contingency and Corruption. In Kenneth Hibbeln, & Douglas Shumavon (Eds.), Administrative Discretion and Public Policy Implementation (pp. 145-156). N.Y.: Praeger.
Scholz, J. T., & Kagan, R. A. (1984). The Criminology of the Corporation and Regulatory Enforcement Strategies. In Keith Hawkins, & John Thomas (Eds.), Enforcing Regulation (pp. 67-96). Hingham, Mass: Kluwer-Nijhoff.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Scholz, J. T., & Mabe, D. (1982). Nepal. In Current History Encyclopedia of Developing Nations (p. 206-209). N.Y.: McGraw-Hill.

Invited Reviews
Scholz, J. T. (2006). Designing federalism: A theory of self-sustainable federal institutions. Publius- The Journal of Federalism, 36(3), 461-462.
Scholz, J. T. (1993). Responsive Regulation: Transcending the Deregulation Debate. American Political Science Review, 87, 782-783.
Scholz, J. T. (1987). Liberalism At Work: The Rise and Fall of OSHA. American Political Science Review, 81, 1371-1372.
Scholz, J. T. (1986). Nepal's Politics of Referendum: A Study of Groups, Personalities and Trends. Pacific Affairs, 58, 730-731.
Scholz, J. T. (1983). Petroleum Politics and the Texas Railroad Commission. American Political Science Review, 77, 7625.
Scholz, J. T. (1983). Regulation of Natural Gas. Regulation of Natural Gas, 77, 218.
Scholz, J. T. (1982). Industrial Influence in Federal Regulatory Agencies. American Political Science Review, 76.
Scholz, J. T. (1981). Nepal in Crisis. Pacific Affairs, 54, 749-750.
Scholz, J. T. (1980). Oppositional Politics in Nepal. Journal of Asian Studies.

Nonrefereed Reports
Scholz, J. T. (2010). Final Report for Planning Theoretical Research. Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Office of Research, Analysis, and Statistics.
Scholz, J. T. (2008). National Taxpayer Service: Recommendations. Internal Revenue Service, Research advisory panel meeting, Washington, D.C.

Presentations
Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences
Scholz, J. T. (presented 2009, May). Networks and Cooperation. Keynote presentation at the meeting of Network Workshop, Davis, California. (National)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Scholz, J. T. (presented 2011, October). Developing a National Water Survey. Presentation at the meeting of NSF/Johnson Foundation, WI. (National)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Scholz, J. T. (presented 2011, June). QUIT-for-TAT and the Endogenous Structure of Cooperation in Voluntary Dilemmas. Presentation at the meeting of Annual Political Network Conference, Ann Arbor, MI. (National)
Scholz, J. T., & Ahn, T. (presented 2011, February). The Network Structure of Cooperation in Voluntary Dilemmas. Presentation at International Sunbelt Social Network Conference (Sunbelt XXXI), International Network for Social Network Analysis, St. Pete Beach, Florida. (International)
Berardo, R., Lubell, M., Cotta, S., Scholz, J. T., & Schumaker, J. (presented 2010, September). The Ecology of Water Management Games: A Comparative Analysis of Uncertainty and Participation in Policy Venues. Presentation at APSA Conference, American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA. (National)
Scholz, J. T., & Whiteman, M. (presented 2010, September). Facilitating and Maintaining Social Capital in Networks: An Experiment on the Effects of Risk, Trust and Network Structure. Presentation at APSA Conference, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C. (National)
Segal, D., & Scholz, J. T. (presented 2010, May). Networks and Cooperation. Presentation at the meeting of Political Network Conference, Duke University. (National)
Scholz, J. T., & Berardo, R. (presented 2008, January). Policy networks: Cross-sectional vs. Time Series Analyses. Presentation at International Sunbelt Social Network Conference (Sunbelt XXVIII), International Network for Social Network Analysis, St. Pete Beach, FL. (International)
Scholz, J. T., & Shrestha, M. (presented 2008, January). Social Capital and Community Success in Water Schemes. Presentation at International Sunbelt Social Network Conference (Sunbelt XXVIII), International Network for Social Network Analysis, St. Pete Beach, Florida. (International)
Whiteman, M., & Scholz, J. T. (presented 2001, September). Social Capital in Coordination Experiments: Risk, Trust and Position. Presentation at the meeting of Social Dilemmas Conference, Rice University. (National)
Scholz, J. T., & Whiteman, M. (presented 2001, June). Structuring Implementation Networks for Project Success. Presentation at International Sunbelt Social Network Conference (Sunbelt XXX), International Network for Social Network Analysis, Riva del Garde, Italy. (International)

Invited Workshops
Scholz, J. T. (2011, February). LMOs and the Ecology of Legislative Games. Workshop delivered at Workshop on Legislative Member Organizations, Pittsburgh University. (National)
Scholz, J. T. (2010, September). Advocacy Coalitions as Networks. Workshop delivered at Advocacy Coalition Framework Workshop, U.C./Davis. (National)
Scholz, J. T., Berardo, R., & Whiteman, M. (2009, May). Policy Networks and Project Success: Comparing effective network structures for obtaining funding, technical, regulatory, and public support. Workshop delivered at Network Workshop, Davis, California. (National)
Scholz, J. T. (2009, April). How Networks Affect Cooperation. Workshop delivered at Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University. (National)
Scholz, J. T., Ahn, T. K., & Esarey, J. (2009, April). Reputation and Cooperation in Voluntary Exchanges: Comparing Local and Central Institutions. Workshop delivered at Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University. (National)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Scholz, J. T. (co-pi). (2012–2017). NSF Social Observatories Coordinating Network (SOCN). Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $713,781.
Scholz, John T (PI). (Aug 2009–Jul 2012). Political Networks: Conference and Infrastructure Development. Funded by National Science Foundation. (0851084). Total award $178,236.
Scholz, John T (PI). (Jan 2009–Dec 2012). Collaborative Research: Governing the Commons in Complex Settings: Policy Networks in an Ecology of Games. Funded by National Science Foundation. (0921154). Total award $234,638.
Scholz, John T (PI). (Feb 2008–Jan 2009). Networks in Political Science Conference. Funded by National Science Foundation. (0757843). Total award $35,000.
Scholz, John T (PI), & Ahn, Toh-Kyeong. (Sep 2005–Aug 2008). Information or Credibility? Policy Networks and Cooperation. Funded by National Science Foundation. (0519459). Total award $415,465.
Scholz, J. T. (2002–2004). Policy Networks and Federal Enforcement. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $200,000.
Scholz, J. T. (1998–2001). The Politics of Cooperation: CBEP Agreements. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $215,000.
Scholz, J. T. (1996–1997). Democracy and Collective Action: Strategies, Heuristics, and Cooperation. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $65,000.
Scholz, J. T. (1992–1995). Democratic Controls over Tax Enforcement. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $180,000.
Scholz, J. T. (1987–1991). Matching Survey Data and Government Records (Supplemental). Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $350,000.
Scholz, J. T. (1985–1988). Responsiveness and Effectiveness of OSHA's Regulatory Enforcement. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $96,000.
Scholz, J. T. (1980–1981). Corporate Regulatory Compliance. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $35,000.

Service
Florida State University
FSU Institute or Center Service
Discussant, Sustainability of Cities Symposium, Devoe Moore Center (2012).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Law and Policy (1984–present).
Public Administration Review (1995–2001).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Science Foundation (2011).
National Science Foundation (2010).
National Science Foundation (2008).

Service to Professional Associations
Conference Co-Organizer (with David Lazer, James Fowler), Networks in Political Science (2008).

Consultation
National Research Council. Committee on the Review the Water and Environmental Research Systems (WATERS) Network (2008–2010).
Internal Revenue Service. Research advisory panel meeting (2008).


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