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Faculty Journal Articles


2015


  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun, and Ann O’M. Bowman. Forthcoming. “Special-Purpose Authorities: A Welcome Alien to Decentralization in London?” International Review of Administrative Sciences.
  • Bright, Leonard and Blease Graham. Forthcoming. “Why Do Interest in Government Careers Decline Among Public Affairs Graduate Students?” Journal of Public Affairs Education.
  • Bright, Leonard and Blease Graham. Forthcoming. “The Predictors of Student Satisfaction in Public Administration Graduate Degree Programs.” Journal of Public Affairs Education.
  • Brooks, Jeremy, Douglas Oxley, Arnold Vedlitz, Sammy Zahran, and Charles Lindsey. 2014. “Abnormal Daily Temperature and Concern about Climate Change Across the United States.” Review of Policy Research 31 (3): 199–217.
  • Bullock, Justin B., Justin M. Stritch, and Hal G. Rainey. “International Comparison of Public and Private Employees’ Work Motives, Attitudes, and Perceived Rewards.” Public Administration Review 75 (3): 479-489.
  • Bullock, Justin B., and Nathan Favero. “How (Not) to Solve the Problem: An Evaluation of Scholarly Responses to Common Source Bias.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (1): 285–308.
  • Bullock, Justin B., Jeffrey B. Wenger, and Vicky M. Wilkins. 2014. “Attitudes about Hard Work: A Global Perspective on the Beliefs of Government Employees.” International Public Management Journal 17 (1): 25–44.
  • Cortes, Kalena E., and Andrew I. Friedson. 2014. “Ranking Up by Moving Out: The Effect of the Texas Top 10% Plan on Property Values.” National Tax Journal 67 (1): 51-76.
  • Cortes, Kalena E., and Joshua S. Goodman. 2014. “Ability-Tracking, Instructional Time and Better Pedagogy: The Effect of Double-Dose Algebra on Student Achievement.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 104 (5): 400–405.
  • Cortes, Kalena E., Joshua S. Goodman, and Takako Nomi. 2015. “Intensive Math Instruction and Educational Attainment: Long-Run Impacts of Double-Dose Algebra.” Journal of Human Resources 50 (1): 108–158.
  • Dague, Laura, Marguerite E. Burns, Thomas DeLeire, Mary Dorsch, Donna Friedsam, Lindsey Leininger, Gaston Palmucci, John Schmelzer, and Kristen Voskuil. 2014. “The Effects of Expanding Public Insurance to Rural Low-Income Childless Adults.” Health Services Research 49 (2): 2173-2187.
  • Dague, Laura, Thomas DeLeire, Donna Friedsam, Lindsey Leininger, Sarah Meier, and Kristen Voskuil. 2014. “What Fraction of Medicaid Enrollees Have Private Insurance Coverage at the Time of Enrollment? Estimates from Administrative Data.” Inquiry 51.
  • Dague, Laura. 2014. “The Effect of Medicaid Premiums on Enrollment: A Regression Discontinuity Approach.” Journal of Health Economics 37: 1–12.
  • Gause, F. Gregory, III. 2015. “Understanding the Gulf States.” Democracy: A Journal of Ideas 36.
  • Gause, F. Gregory, III. 2015. “Sultans of Swing? The Geopolitics of Falling Oil Prices.” Brookings Doha Center Publications.
  • Gause, F. Gregory, III. 2015. “Saudi Arabia’s Game of Thrones.” Foreign Affairs. Web.
  • Gottlieb, Jessica. Forthcoming. “Greater Expectations? A Field Experiment to Improve Accountability in Mali.” American Journal of Political Science.
  • Gottlieb, Jessica. 2015. “The Logic of Party Collusion in a Democracy: Evidence from Mali.” World Politics 67 (1): 1–36.
  • Hudson, Valerie, Alfredo Visca, Clark T Bishop, and Sterling Hilton. 2015. “Oral Reduced L-Glutathione Improves Growth in Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis Patients.” Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 60 (6): 802-810.
  • Lahey, Joanna. 2014. “Birthing a Nation: The Effect of Fertility Control Access on the Nineteenth-Century Demographic Transition.” Journal of Economic History 74 (2): 482–508.
  • Lahey, Joanna. 2014. “The Effect of Anti-Abortion Legislation on Nineteenth Century Fertility.” Demography 51 (3): 939–948.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2015. “Sleepwalking with Beijing.” National Interest 137.
  • Liu, Xinsheng, Arnold Vedlitz, and Liu Shi. 2014. “Examining the Determinants of Public Environmental Concern: Evidence from National Public Surveys.” Environmental Science & Policy 39: 77–94.
  • Liu, Xinsheng, Arnold Vedlitz, James Stoutenborough, and Scott Robinson. 2015. “Scientists’ Views and Positions on Global Warming and Climate Change: A Content Analysis of Congressional Testimonies.” Climatic Change 131 (4): 487-503.
  • Mumpower, Jeryl L., Xinsheng Liu, and Arnold Vedlitz. Forthcoming. “Predictors of the Perceived Risk of Climate Change and Preferred Resource Levels for Climate Change Management Programs.” Journal of Risk Research.
  • Liu, Xinsheng and Edward Yi Yang. 2015. “Examining Chinese Official Media Perception of the United States: A Content Analysis of People's Daily Coverage.” Journal of Chinese Political Science.
  • Mu, Ren, and Xiaobo Zhang. 2014. “Do Elected Leaders in a Limited Democracy Have Real Power? Evidence from Rural China.” Journal of Development Economics 107: 17–27.
  • Mumpower, Jeryl L., Xinsheng Liu, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2015. “Predictors of the Perceived Risk of Climate Change and Preferred Resource Levels for Climate Change Management Programs.” Journal of Risk Research.
  • Norris, William. 2014. “Explaining Recent Senkaku/Diaoyu Tensions: The Domestic Dimension.” Education about Asia 19 (2): 43–44.
  • Oxley, Douglas R., Arnold Vedlitz, and B. Dan Wood. 2014. “The Effect of Persuasive Messages on Policy Problem Recognition.” Policy Studies Journal 42 (2): 252–268.
  • Paarlberg, Laurie E., Rebecca Nesbit, Robert Christensen, Mary Tschirhart, and Richard Clerkin. 2015. “Philanthropic Mobility and Influence of Donor Residency on Donation Choices.” Voluntas 26 (1): 267–287.
  • Paarlberg, Laurie E., Jun Yan, and Chao Guo. 2014. “Are Nonprofit Antipoverty Organizations Located Where They Are Needed? A Spatial Analysis of the Greater Hartford Region.” American Statistician 68 (4): 243–252.
  • Paarlberg, Laurie E., Rebecca Nesbit, Richard Clerkin, and Robert Christensen. 2014. “Leading, Following, or Complementing in Economic Crisis: A Conceptual Model Illustrating Nonprofit Relationships with Public Schools.” Administrative Sciences 4 (2): 120–136.
  • Park, Hyung, Xinsheng Liu, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2014. “Analyzing Climate Change Debates in the U.S. Congress: Party Control and Mobilizing Networks.” Risk, Hazards, & Crisis in Public Policy 5 (3): 239–258.
  • Portney, Kent E., and Jeffrey Berry. 2014. “Civil Society and Sustainable Cities.” Comparative Political Studies 47 (3): 395–419.
  • Portney, Kent E., Richard C. Feiock, Jungah Bae, and Jeffrey Berry. 2014. “Governing Local Sustainability: Agency Venues and Business Group Access.” Urban Affairs Review 50 (2): 157–179.
  • Reinhardt, Gina Y. 2015. “Imagining Worse than Reality: Comparing Beliefs and Intentions between Disaster Evacuees and Survey Respondents.” Journal of Risk Research.
  • Reinhardt, Gina Y. 2015. “First-Hand Experience and Second-Hand Information: Trust across Three Levels of Government.” Review of Policy Research 32 (3): 345-364.
  • Reinhardt, Gina Y. 2015. “Race, Trust, and Return Migration: Political Drivers of Post-Disaster Resettlement.” Political Research Quarterly 68 (2): 350-362.
  • Shifrinson, Joshua R. Itzkowitz. 2014. “Put It in Writing: How the West Broke Its Promise to Moscow.” Foreign Affairs. Web.
  • Sievert, Ronald J. 2014. “Time to Rewrite the Ill-Conceived and Dangerous Foreign Intelligence Act of 1978.” National Security Law Journal 3 (1).
  • Stoutenborough, James, Liu Shi, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2015. “Probing Public Perception on Energy: Support for a Comparative, Deep-Probing Survey Design for Complex Issue Domains.” Energy 81: 406–415.
  • Stoutenborough, James, Liu Shi, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2015. “The Influence of Specific Risk Perceptions on Public Policy Support: An Examination of Energy Policy.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658 (1): 102–120.
  • Stoutenborough, James, Rebecca Bromely-Trujillo, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2014. “Public Support for Climate Change Policy: Consistency in the Influence of Values and Attitudes Over Time and Across Specific Policy Alternatives.” Review of Policy Research 31 (6): 555–583.
  • Stoutenborough, James, Xinsheng Liu, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2014. “Trends in Public Attitudes Toward Climate Change: The Influence of the Economy and Climategate on Risk, Information, and Public Policy.” Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 5 (1): 22–37.
  • Stoutenborough, James, Rebecca Bromely-Trujillo, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2015. “How to Win Friends and Influence People: Climate Scientists’ Perspectives on their Relationship with and Influence on Government Officials.” Journal of Public Policy 35 (2) 269-296.
  • Taylor, Lori L., Dennis Jansen, Tim Gronberg, and Mustafa Karakaplan. Forthcoming. “School District Consolidation: A Scale-Efficiency Tradeoff.” Southern Economic Journal.
  • Taylor, Lori L., Shawna Grosskopf, Kathy J. Hayes, and William Weber. 2015. “Centralized or Decentralized Control of School Resources? A Network Model.” Journal of Productivity Analysis 43 (2): 139–150.
  • Taylor, Lori L., Shawna Grosskopf, and Kathy J. Hayes. 2014. “Efficiency in Education: Research and Implications.” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 36 (2): 175–210.
  • Taylor, Lori L., Shawna Grosskopf, Kathy J. Hayes. 2014. “Applied Efficiency Analysis in Education.” Economics and Business Letters 3 (1): 19–26.
  • Thornton, Gabriela Marin. 2015. “The Roma/Gypsies: Outcasts of Europe.” E-International Relations. Web.
  • Thornton, Gabriela Marin. 2014. “The Outsiders: Power Differentials between Roma/Gypsies and Non-Roma in Europe.” Perspectives on European Politics and Society 15 (1): 106–19.

2014


  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun. Forthcoming. “Testing Resource Dependency as a Motivator for NGO Self-Regulation: Suggestive Evidence from Lebanon.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
  • Andisha, Nasir, Oscar Chiquito-Saban, Eduardo Emmerich, Aurelia Figueroa, Yuewen Jiang, Jun Hui-Lee, Darren Manning, Alejandra Ortega-Sanchez, and Kishore Gawande. 2014. “Reducing Child Labor in Panama: An Impact Evaluation.” Journal of Development Effectiveness. 6 (2): 128-146.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A. 2014. “It’s Been A Long Time Comin’: An Examination of Public Personnel Research in PAR and ROPPA in Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.” Review of Public Personnel Administration. 34 (1): 59-74.
  • Bromely-Trujillo, Rebecca, James W. Stoutenborough, Kellee Kirkpatrick, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2014. “Climate Scientists and Environmental Interest Groups: The Intersection of Expertise and Advocacy.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 2 (1): 120-134.
  • Brooks, Jeremy, Douglas Oxley, Arnold Vedlitz, Sammy Zahran, and Charles Lindsey. Forthcoming. “Abnormal Daily Temperature and Concern about Climate Change across the United States.” Review of Policy Research.
  • Cortes, Kalena E. and Friedson, Andrew I. 2014. “Ranking Up by Moving Out: The Effect of the Texas Top 10% Plan on Property Values.” National Tax Journal. 67 (1).
  • Cortes, Kalena E. and Joshua S. Goodman. 2014. “Ability-Tracking, Instructional Time and Better Pedagogy: The Effect of Double-Dose Algebra on Student Achievement.” American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings. 104 (5): 400-405.
  • Gawande, Kishore, B. Hoekman, and Yue Cui. Forthcoming. “Determinants of Trade Policy Responses to the 2008 Financial Crisis.” World Bank Economic Review.
  • Grosskopf, Shawna, Kathy J. Hayes, and Lori L. Taylor. 2014. “Applied Efficiency Analysis in Education.” Economics and Business Letters. 3 (1): 19-26.
  • Grosskopf, Shawna, Kathy J. Hayes, and Lori Taylor. 2014. "Efficiency in Education: Research and Implications." Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy. 36 (2): 175-210.
  • Hudson, Valerie M. 2014. “Secure Women, Secure States,” Building Democracy.
  • Hudson, Valerie M. 2014. “Getting Serious About Data on Women,” Open Democracy 50.50.
  • Kerr, Deborah L. 2014. “The Secret to Your 2014 Growth? You.” Austin Chamber Magazine. 22-26.
  • Lahey, Joanna. 2014. “Birthing a Nation: Fertility Control Access and the 19th Century Demographic Transition.” Journal of Economic History. 74 (2): 482-508.
  • Lahey, Joanna. 2014. “The Effect of Anti-Abortion Legislation on Nineteenth Century Fertility.” Demography. 51 (3): 939-948.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2014. “Zombie Hegemon: Using Current U.S. Preponderant Power to Hedge Against Tomorrow’s Decline.” Chinese Social Sciences Today. No. 570. B3. Published by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2014. “America’s Offshore Balancing Strategy in East Asia.” Gaiko [Diplomacy]. Vol. 23. 20-25. Gaiko is sponsored by the Foreign Ministry of Japan.
  • Liu, Xinsheng, Arnold Vedlitz, and Liu Shi. Forthcoming “Examining the Determinants of Public Environmental Concern: Evidence from National Public Surveys.” Environmental Science and Policy.
  • Marin Thornton, Gabriela. 2014. “Democracies and World Order.” Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, ed. David Armstrong. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Marin Thornton, Gabriela. 2014. “The Outsiders: Power Differentials between Roma/Gypsies and Non-Roma in Europe.” Perspectives on European Politics and Society. 15 (1): 106-119.
  • Mu, Ren and Xiaobo Zhang. 2014. “Do Elected Leaders in a Limited Democracy Have Real Power? Evidence from Rural China.” Journal of Development Economics 107: 17-27.
  • Mumpower, Jeryl L. and Gary. H. McClelland. 2014. “A Signal Detection Theory Analysis of Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality in the Referral and Substantiation Processes of the U.S. Child Welfare Services System.” Judgment and Decision Making. 9 (2): 114-128.
  • Nicholson-Crotty, Sean, Neal D. Woods, Ann O’M. Bowman, and Andrew Karch. 2014. “Policy Innovativeness and Interstate Compacts.” Policy Studies Journal. 42 (2): 305-324.
  • Oxley, Douglas, Arnold Vedlitz, and B. Dan Wood. Forthcoming. “The Effect of Persuasive Messages on Policy Problem Recognition.” Policy Studies Journal.
  • Sievert, Ronald J. 2014. “Senator Rand Paul’s Lawsuit Has a Good Chance of Success on the Merits.” JURIST.
  • Sievert, Ronald J. Forthcoming. “Time to Rewrite the Ill Conceived and Dangerous Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978.” National Security Law Journal.
  • Sievert, Ronald J. Forthcoming. “Time to Rewrite the Ill Conceived and Dangerous Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978.” Journal of National Security Law.
  • Stoutenborough, James W. and Arnold Vedlitz. 2014. “Public Attitudes toward Water Management and Drought in the United States.” Water Resources Management. 28 (3): 697-714.
  • Stoutenborough, James W. and Arnold Vedlitz. 2014. “The Effect of Perceived and Assessed Knowledge of Climate Change on Public Policy Concerns: An Empirical Comparison.” Environmental Science & Policy. 37: 23-33.
  • Stoutenborough, James W., Xinsheng Liu, and Arnold Vedlitz. Forthcoming. “Trends in Public Attitudes toward Climate Change: The Influence of the Economy and Climategate on Risk, Information, and Public Policy.” Risk, Hazards and Crisis in Public Policy.
  • Tabaar, Mohammad. 2014. “Iran’s Nuclear Politics: Regime Security vs. Factional Interests.” Belfer Center’s Iran Matters.

2013


  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun. 2013. “Get Money Get Involved? NGO’s Reactions to Donor Funding and their Potential Involvement in the Public Policy Processes.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.
  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun. 2013. “Hands in the Pockets of Mercurial Donors: NGO Response to Shifting Donor Priorities.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 42 (3): 584-602.
  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun, T. Nabatchi, and R. Antoun. 2013. “Challenges of Citizen Participation in Public Administration in Lebanon.” International Journal of Public Administration. 36 (14): 1029-1043.
  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun. and D. Trent. 2013. “Understanding Local Participation Amidst Challenges: Evidence from Lebanon in the Global South.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 24 (4): 1113-1137.
  • Baker, Bruce, Lori L. Taylor, Jay Chambers, Jesse Levin, and Charles Blankenship. 2013. “Adjusted Poverty Measures and the Distribution of Title I Aid: Does Title I Really Make the Rich States Richer?” Education Finance and Policy. 8 (3): 394-417.
  • Bies, Angela, Deanna Green Lee, Charles Lindsey, James W. Stoutenborough, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2013. “Citizens, Nonprofits, and Climate Change Policy.” Nonprofit Policy Forum. 4 (1): 5-28.
  • Bies, A., D. Lee, C. Lindsey, J. Stoutenborough, and A. Vedlitz. 2013. “Citizens, Nonprofits, and Climate Change Policy.” Nonprofit Policy Forum.
  • Bowman, Ann O’M., and Bryan M. Parsons. 2013. “Making Connections: Performance Regimes and Extreme Events.” Public Administration Review 73 (1): 63-73.
  • Brennan, John B, Laurie E. Paarlberg, and Michele Hoyman. 2013. “Assembling the Puzzle of the Nonprofit-Economic Development Linkage.” Nonprofit Policy Journal. 5 (1): 45-65.
  • Bright, Leonard. 2013. “Where Does Public Service Motivation Count the Most in Government Work Environments? A Preliminary Empirical Investigation and Hypotheses.” Public Personnel Management 42 (1): 5-26.
  • Cortes, Kalena E., Joshua Goodman, and Takako Nomi. 2013. “A Double Dose of Algebra.” Education Next. 13 (1): 70-76.
  • Cortes, Kalena E., Wael Moussa, and Jeffrey Weinstein. 2013. “Educating Bright Students in Urban Schools.” Economics of Education Review. 37: 286-297.
  • Cortes, Kalena E. 2013. “Achieving the DREAM: The Effect of IRCA on Immigrant Youth Postsecondary Educational Access.” American Economic Review 103 (3): 428-32.
  • DeLeire, Thomas, Laura Dague, Lindsey Leininger, Donna Friedsam, and Kristen Voskuil. 2013. “Wisconsin Experience Indicates That Expanding Public Insurance To Low-Income Childless Adults Has Health Care Impacts.” Health Affairs. 32 (6): 1037-1045.
  • Gawande, Kishore, Gina Yannitell Reinhardt, Carol L. Silva, and Domonic A. Bearfield. 2013. “Comparing Discrete Distributions: Survey Validation and Survey Experiments.” Political Analysis 21 (1): 70-85.
  • Gottlieb, Jessica. 2013. “Civic and Political Behavior in Mali: Constraints and Possibilities.” Stability: International Journal of Security & Development 2 (2): 19.
  • Griffin, James, and Rachael Dahl. Forthcoming. “U.S. Ethanol Policy: Time to Reconsider.” Energy Perspectives.
  • Grosskopf, Shawna, Kathy J. Hayes, Lori Taylor, and William Weber. 2013. “Centralized or Decentralized Control of Resources? A Network Model.” Journal of Productivity Analysis.
  • Hinich, M., X. Liu, A. Vedlitz, and C. Lindsey. 2013. “Beyond the Left-Right Cleavage: Exploring American Political Choice Space.” Journal of Theoretical Politics 25 (1): 75-104.
  • Hudson, Valerie M. 2013. “The Foundation of Human Security in Every Society,” Open Democracy 50.50.
  • Hudson. Valerie M. 2013. “Mothers Heal the World When they “Stand Up,” Deseret News.
  • Kerr, Deborah L. 2013. “Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business.” Texas CEO Magazine.
  • Mumpower, Jeryl L. 2013. “Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility Siting: Lessons from the Past, Recent Developments, Future Prospects.” International Journal of Policy Studies. 4 (1): 27-61.
  • Mumpower, Jeryl L., Liu Shi, James W. Stoutenborough, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2013. “Psychometric and Demographic Predictors of the Perceived Risk of Terrorist Threats and the Willingness to Pay for Terrorism Risk Management Programs.” Risk Analysis. 33 (10): 1802-1811.
  • Natsios, Andrew. 2013. “Save South Sudan from Itself.” The New York Times.
  • Nesbit, Rebecca, Robert Christensen, Mary Tschirhart, Richard Clerkin, and Laurie Paarlberg. 2013. “Philanthropic Mobility and Influence of Donor Residency on Donation Choices.” VOLUNTAS.
  • Park, Sam and Arnold Vedlitz. 2013. “Climate Hazards and Risk Status: Explaining Climate Risk Assessment, Behavior and Policy Support.” Sociological Spectrum. 33 (3): 219-239.
  • Robinson, Scott, Xinsheng Liu, James Stoutenborough and Anthony Vedlitz. 2013. “Explaining Popular Trust in the Department of Homeland Security.” Journal of Public Administration, Research and Theory. 23 (3) 713-733.
  • Shifrinson , Joshua R. Itzkowitz. 2013. “The Malta Summit and U.S.-Soviet Relations: Testing the Waters Amidst Stormy Seas.” Cold War International History Project. 40.
  • Stoutenborough, James W. and Arnold Vedlitz. 2013. “Public Attitudes toward Water Management and Drought in Texas.” Texas Water Journal. 4 (2): 47-61.
  • Stoutenborough, James W., Shelbi G. Sturgess, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2013. “Knowledge, Risk, and Policy Support: Public Perceptions of Nuclear Power.” Energy Policy. 62: 176-184.
  • Tabaar, Mohammad. 2013. “Assessing (In)Security after the Arab Spring: The Case of Egypt.” Political Science and Politics. 46 (4): 716-720.
  • Tabaar, Mohammad. 2013. “Iran’s Pragmatic Turn.” Foreign Policy.

2012


  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun. 2012. “NGOs’ Hands in Donors’ Pockets: What Happens When Donors Move! How NGOs React to Shifts in Donor Funding?” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
  • AbouAssi, Khaldoun, and Deborah L. Trent. 2012. “Understanding Local Participation amidst Challenges: Evidence from Lebanon in the Global South.” VOLUNTAS.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A. 2012. "Debating Flinders." Contemporary Politics 18 (1): 19-21.
  • Bies, A. Forthcoming. "Review of Hybrid Organizations and the Third Sector." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
  • Bowman, Ann O'M., and Richard C. Kearney. 2012. "Are U.S. Cities Losing Power and Authority? Perceptions of Local Government Actors." Urban Affairs Review 48 (4): 528-46.
  • Bowman, Ann O’M., and Richard C. Kearney. 2012. “Are U.S. Cities Losing Power and Authority? Perceptions of Local Government Actors.” Urban Affairs Review 48 (4): 528-46.
  • Brody, S., H. Grover, and A. Vedlitz. 2012. “Examining the Willingness of Americans to Alter Behavior to Mitigate Climate Change.” Climate Policy 12 (1): 1-22.
  • Cortes, Kalena E., Jesse Bricker, and Christopher Rohlfsr. 2012. “The Role of Specific Subjects in Education Production Functions: Evidence from Morning Classes in Chicago Public High Schools.” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 12 (1).
  • Brown, W., A. Hillman, and M. Okun. 2012. "Factors That Influence Monitoring and Resource Provision among Nonprofit Board Members." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 41 (1): 145-56.
  • Cantele, Matthew, Rebecca Hannagan, and Douglas Oxley. 2012. "From Embodiment to Public Policy: The Intersection of Individual Physiology, Psychology, and Socio-Institutional Policy Behaviors." Research in Biopolitics 10: 157-77.
  • Cortes, Kalena, Jesse Bricker, and Christopher Rohlfs. Forthcoming. "The Role of Specific Subjects in Education Production Functions: Evidence from Morning Classes in Chicago Public High Schools." The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy.
  • DeLeire, Thomas, Lindsey Leininger, Laura Dague, Shannon Mok, and Donna Friedsam. 2012. “Wisconsin’s Experience with Medicaid Auto-Enrollment: Lessons for Other States.” Medicare & Medicaid Research Review 2 (2): E1-20.
  • Gawande, Kishore, and Christopher Magee. Forthcoming. "Free Riding on Protection for Sale." International Studies Quarterly.
  • Gronberg, Timothy J., Dennis W. Jansen, and Lori L. Taylor. 2012. "The Relative Efficiency of Charter Schools: A Cost Frontier Approach." Economics of Education Review 31 (2): 302-17.
  • Griffin, James. 2012. “Ethanol Waivers: Needed or Irrelevant?” The Takeaway, Policy Briefs from the Mosbacher Institute 3 (2).
  • Hinich, M., X. Liu, A. Vedlitz, and C. Lindsey. Forthcoming. "Beyond the Left-Right Cleavage: Exploring American Political Choice Space." Journal of Theoretical Politics.
  • Hudson, Valerie. 2012. "But Now Can See: One Academic's Journey to Feminist Security Studies." Politics and Gender 7 (4): 586-90.
  • Lahey, Joanna. 2012. "The Efficiency of a Group-Specific Mandated Benefit Revisited: The Effect of Infertility Mandates." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 31 (1): 63-92.
  • Kerr, Deborah, and Curt Finch. 2012. “Death by Interview.” ProjectSmart and HR.com.
  • Kerr, Deborah, and Brian Vogel. 2012. “Why Hiring Should Be More Like Buying a Used Car.” ERE.net.
  • Lahey, Joanna, and Luke M. Franz. 2012. “Age Discrimination Legislation in the United States and the United Kingdom.” Public Policy & Aging Report 22 (3): 17-20.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2012. "This Time It's Real: The End of Unipolarity and the Pax Americana." International Studies Quarterly 56 (1): 203-13.
  • Li, Quan, Matthew Fuhrmann, Bryan Early, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2012. "Preferences, Knowledge and Citizen Assessments of the Terrorism Risks of Nuclear Power." Review of Policy Research 29 (2): 207-27.
  • Liu, Xinsheng, and Yi Yang. 2012. "The 'China Threat' through the Lens of Print Media: 1992-2006." Journal of Contemporary China 21 (76): 1-18.
  • Lu, Xiaobo, Kenneth Scheve, and Matthew Slaughter. Forthcoming. "Inequity Aversion and the International Distribution of Trade Protection." American Journal of Political Science.
  • Napper, Larry. 2012. "A Pugnacious Putin, an Assertive Russia." Diplomat and International Canada (April-June): 18-20.
  • Robinson, S., X. Liu, J. Stoutenborough, and A. Vedlitz, Forthcoming. "Explaining Popular Trust in the Department of Homeland Security." Journal of Public Administration, Research and Theory.
  • Robinson, Scott E. 2012. "School Districts and Disaster Expertise: What Types of School Districts Consult with Emergency Management Professionals?" Journal of Emergency Management 8 (1): 63-72.
  • Stewart, Thomas R., Jeryl L. Mumpower, and Robert James Holzworth. 2012. “Learning to Make Selection and Detection Decisions: The Roles of Base Rate and Feedback.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25 (5): 522–33.
  • Taylor, Lori, and Paige C. Perez. 2012. “Alternative Strategies for Identifying High-Performing Charter Schools in Texas.” Journal of Applied Research on Children 3 (2).
  • West, William F., and Connor Raso. 2012. "Who Shapes the Rulemaking Agenda: Implications for Bureaucratic Responsiveness and Bureaucratic Control.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22: 1-25.

2011


  • Bright, L. 2011. "Does Public Service Motivation Affect the Occupation Choices of Public Employees?" Public Personnel Management 40: 11-24.
  • Bowman, Ann O'M., and Richard C. Kearney. 2011. "Second-Order Devolution: Data and Doubt." Publius: The Journal of Federalism 41: 563-85.
  • Brody, Scott, Himanshu Grover, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2011. "Examining the Willingness of Americans to Alter Behavior to Mitigate Climate Change." Climate Policy 12 (1): 1-22.
  • Caudle, Sharon. 2011. "Centralization and Decentralization of Policy: The National Interest of Homeland Security." Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 8 (8).
  • Caudle, Sharon. 2011. "National Preparedness Requirements: Harnessing Management System Standards." Homeland Security Affairs 7 (14).
  • Caudle, Sharon, and Kathryn Newcomer. 2011. "Public Performance Management Systems: Embedding Practices for Improved Success." Public Performance & Management Review 35 (1): 108-132.
  • Hudson, Valerie, Donna Bowen, and Perpetua Nielsen. 2011. "What Is the Relationship between Inequity in Family Law and Violence against Women? Approaching the Issue of Legal Enclaves." Politics and Gender 7 (4): 453-92.
  • Kerr, Deborah, and Bill Balcezak. 2011. "Hiring for a Competitive Advantage." Public CIO (August).
  • Kerr, Deborah L., and Paula A. Soileau. 2011. "The Talent Show: Three Talent Management Metrics CEOs Can Use to Improve the Bottom Line." Texas CEO Magazine (November-December).
  • Kreibich, Heidi, Isabel Seifert, Annegret Thieken, Eric Lindquist, Klaus Wagner, and Bruno Merz. 2011. "Recent Changes in Flood Preparedness of Private Households and Businesses in Germany." Regional Environmental Change 11: 59-71.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2011. "The Unipolar Exit: Beyond the Pax Americana." Cambridge Review of International Affairs 24 (2): 149-64.
  • Liu, Xinsheng, Eric Lindquist, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2011. "Explaining Media and Congressional Attention to Global Climate Change, 1969-2005: An Empirical Test of Agenda Setting Theory." Political Research Quarterly 64 (2): 405-19.
  • McCaul, Michael, and Ronald Sievert. 2011. "Congress's Consistent Intent to Utilize Military Commissions in the War Against Al-Qaeda and Its Adoption of Commission Rules That Fully Comply with Due Process." St. Mary's Law Journal 42 (3): 595-644.
  • Robinson, Scott, Xinsheng Liu, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2011. "Public Support for the Department of Homeland Security." Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 8 (1): 1-16.
  • Robinson, Scott E. 2011. "School District Partner Choice in Emergency Management Collaboration." Risks, Hazards, & Crises in Public Policy 2 (2): Article 4.
  • Smith, Kevin, Douglas Oxley, Matthew Hibbing, John Alford, and John Hibbing. 2011. "Disgust Sensitivity and the Neurophysiology of Left-Right Political Orientations." PLoS: ONE 6 (10): e25552, 1-9.
  • Smith, Kevin, Douglas Oxley, Matthew Hibbing, John Alford, and John Hibbing. 2011. "Linking Genetics and Political Attitudes: Re-Conceptualizing Political Ideology." Political Psychology 32 (3): 396-7.
  • Stewart, T. R., J. L. Mumpower, and R. J. Holzworth. 2011. "Learning to Make Selection and Detection Decisions: The Roles of Base Rate and Feedback." Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.
  • Taylor, Timothy, David Ford, Shari Yvon-Lewis, and Eric Lindquist. 2011. "Science, Engineering, and Technology in the Policy Process for Mitigating Natural-Societal Risk." System Dynamics Review 27 (2): 173-94.
  • Woods, Neal D., and Ann O'M. Bowman. 2011. "Blurring Borders: The Effect of Federal Activism on Interstate Cooperation." American Politics Research 39: 859-84.

2010


  • Barghothi, A.J., Elisha Carol Savchak, and Ann O’M. Bowman.  N.d.  “Candidate Quality and the Election of Republican Governors in the South, 1950-2004.” American Politics Research. Forthcoming.
  • Bowman, Ann O’M., Neal D. Woods, and Milton R. Stark II.  N.d.  “Governors Turn Pro: Separation of Powers and the Institutionalization of the American Governorship.” Political Research Quarterly. Forthcoming.
  • Bowman, Ann O’M. and Neal D. Woods.  N.d.  “Expanding the Scope of Conflict: Interest Groups and Interstate Compacts.” Social Science Quarterly. Forthcoming.
  • Cerami, Joseph. 2010. “Theory to Practice Commentary: Rethinking Civil-Military Coordination for Humanitarian and Other Complex Operations.” Public Administration Review, 70 (March-April): 36-42.
  • Dorch, Edwina, et al. 2010. “Child Welfare Reasonable Efforts, Community Needs Assessments and Disproportionality.” Journal of Health and Human Services Administration. Forthcoming.
  • El-Husseini, Rola. 2010. “Hezbollah and the Axis of Refusal.” Third World Quarterly 31 (5). Forthcoming.
  • Engel, Jeffrey. 2010.Guest Editor of Special Edition,“The End of the Cold War: New Evidence and Interpretations from the First Bush Administration.” Diplomatic History 34 (1). 
  • Engel, Jeffrey. 2010. “A Better World…but Don’t Get Carried Away: The Foreign Policy of George H.W. Bush Twenty Years On.” Diplomatic History 34 (1):  25-46.
  • Engel, Jeffrey. 2010. “Forty-One Minus Forty-Three Is Not a Negative Number: Thinking Like a Historian about the First Bush Presidency.” Historically Speaking. Forthcoming.
  • Gronberg, Timothy, Dennis Jansen, and Lori Taylor.  N.d.  "The Adequacy of Educational Cost Functions:  Lessons from Texas.” The Peabody Journal of Education. Forthcoming.
  • Kreibich, H., I. Seifert, A.H. Thieken, E. Lindquist, K. Wagner, and B. Merz.  2010. “Recent Changes in Flood Preparedness of Private Households and Companies in Germany.” Regional Environmental Change. Forthcoming.
  • Lahey, Joanna, and Melissa Boyle. 2010. “The Effects of Health Insurance Costs on Employment Outcomes for Older Workers:  Evidence from a VA Health Care Expansion.” Journal of Public Economics 94 (7-8): 467-78
  • Layne, Christopher. 2010. “The Unipolar Exit: International Politics after the Pax Americana,” Cambridge Review of International Relations. Forthcoming. 
  • Lindquist, E., K. Mosher-Howe, and Xinsheng Liu. 2010. “Nanotechnology…What Is It Good for? (Absolutely Everything): A Problem Definition Approach.” Review of Policy Research 27 (3):  255-271.
  • Liu, X., E. Lindquist, A. Vedlitz, and K. Vincent. 2010. “Understanding Local Policy Making: Policy Elites' Perceptions of Local Agenda Setting and Policy Alternative Selection.”  Policy Studies Journal 38 (1):  69-91.
  • Mu, Ren, and Dominique van de Walle. 2010.  “Rural Roads and Poor Area Development in Vietnam.Journal of Development Studies. Forthcoming.
  • Rehnborg, S.J., C. Sinatra, and A. Bies.  N.d.  “What Do We Really Know about Nonprofits’ Capacity to Manage Volunteers?” International Journal of Voluntary Administration. Forthcoming.
  • Zahran, S., S. Brody, W. Highfield and A. Vedlitz. 2010. “Non-linear Incentives, Plan Design, and Flood Mitigation: The Case of Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Community Rating System.” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 53 (2): 219-39.

2009


  • Absher, Kenneth M., Michael C. Desch, and Roman Popadiuk. 2009. “Getting on Board: How an Obscure Panel Could Fix the U.S. Intelligence Community.” Foreign Affairs (September 19).
  • Bearfield, Domonic A. 2009. "Equity at the Intersection: Public Administration and the Study of Gender." Public Administration Review 69 (3):  14-17.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A., and M. Dubnick. 2009. "All Mega-Projects are Local? Citizen Participation Lessons from the Big Dig." The Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management 21(3): 393-426
  • Bowman, Ann O’M., and Bryan M. Parsons. 2009. “Vulnerability and Resilience in Local Government: Assessing the Strength of Performance Regimes.” State and Local Government Review 41 (1): 13-24.
  • Castillo, Jasen. 2009. “The Will to Fight: Explaining German and French Staying Power in World War II.” Security Studies. Forthcoming.
  • Caudle, Sharon. 2009. “An Option for Homeland Security Preparedness Requirements: Consensus Management System Standards.” Public Performance & Management Review 33 (1): 134-148.
  • Caudle, Sharon. 2009. “National Security Strategies: Security from What, for Whom, and by What Means.” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 6 (1): Article 22.
  • Gawande, K., P. Krishna, and M. Olarreaga. 2009. “What Governments Maximize and Why: The View from Trade.” International Organization 63:  491-532.
  • Gawande, K., W. Maloney, and G.V. Montea-Rojas. 2009.  “Foreign Informational Lobbying Can Enhance Tourism: Evidence from the Caribbean.” Journal of Development Economics 90 (2):  267-75.  
  • Gerber, Brian and Scott E. Robinson. 2009. “Local Government Performance and the Challenges of Regional Preparedness for Disasters.” Public Performance and Management Review 32 (3): 345-71.
  • Grosskopf, Shawna, Kathy J. Hayes, and Lori L. Taylor. 2009. “The Relative Efficiency of Charter Schools." Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 80 (1): 67-87.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2009. “The Waning of U.S. Hegemony: Myth or Reality?” International Security 34 (1):  147-72.
  • Mu, Ren, Shaohua Chen, and Martin Ravallion. 2009. “Are There Lasting Impacts of Aid to Poor Areas? Evidence from Rural China.” Journal of Public Economics 93: 512–28.
  • Reinhardt, Gina Yannitell. 2009. “Matching Donors and NGOs: The Importance of Signaling in Funding Awards.”  Journal of Theoretical Politics 21 (3): 283-309.
  • Reinhardt, Gina Yannitell. 2009. “I Don’t Know Monica Lewinsky, and I’m Not in the CIA. Now How about That Interview?”  PS: Political Science and Politics 42 (2): 295-8.
  • Sievert, Ron. 2009. “A New Historical Perspective on National Security Law Policies during the Bush Administration and Their Implications for the Future: Constitutional in Conception, Problematic in Implementation.” Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy 7 (1): 35.

2008


  • Brody, S., S. Zahran, H. Grover, and A. Vedlitz. 2008. "A Spatial Analysis of Local Climate Change Policy in the United States: Risk, Stress and Opportunity." Landscape and Urban Planning 87 (1): 33-41.
  • Caudle, Sharon. 2008. "The Balanced Scorecard: A Strategic Tool in Implementing Homeland Security Strategies." Homeland Security Affairs IV (3).
  • Cerami, Joseph R. 2008. "Human Security and National Security Reform: New Paths for International Leadership." Capstone Project Report. Atlantic Affairs Journal II (II).
  • Dorch, Edwina, Mary L. McCarthy, and Daniel Denofrio. 2008. "Calculating Child Welfare Separation, Replacement, and Training Costs." Social Work in Public Health 23 (6): 39-54.
  • Dorch, Edwina, Jeryl Mumpower, and Leona Jochnowitz. 2008. "The Cost and Benefits of Cash and Services to Kinship Caregivers." Social Work in Public Health 23 (6): 55-73.
  • el-Husseini, Rola. 2008. "Women, Work and Political Participation in Contemporary Lebanese Shi`a Writings." Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 28 (2): 273-82.
  • el-Husseini, Rola. 2008. "Resistance, Jihad and Martyrdom in Contemporary Shi`a Thought." The Middle East Journal 62 (3): 399-414.
  • Engel, Jeffrey. 2008. "The Democratic Language of American Imperialism: Race, Order, and Theodore Roosevelt's Personifications of Foreign Policy Evil." Diplomacy and Statecraft 19 (4): 671-89.
  • Kellstedt, P., S. Zahran, and A. Vedlitz. 2008. "Personal Efficacy, the Information Environment and Attitudes toward Global Warming and Climate Change." Risk Analysis 28 (1): 113-26.
  • Lahey, Joanna. 2008. "State Age Protection Laws and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act." Journal of Law and Economics 51 (3): 433-60.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2008. "Security Studies and the Use of History: Neville Chamberlain's Grand Strategy Re-Visited." Security Studies 17 (3): 397-437.
  • Mack, W. R., D. Green, and A. Vedlitz. 2008. "Innovation and Implementation in the Public Sector: An Examination of Public Entrepreneurship." Review of Policy Research 25 (3): 233-52.
  • Reinhardt, Gina, and Eliana Balla. 2008."Giving and Receiving Foreign Aid: Does Conflict Count?" World Development 36 (12): 2566-85.
  • Reinhardt, Gina. 2008. "An 'I' on Congress: The Process and Products of Congressional Investigations." PS: Political Science and Politics 41 (3): 666-9.
  • Zahran, S., S. Brody, A. Vedlitz, M. Lacy, and C. Schelly. 2008. "Greening Local Energy: Explaining the Geographic Distribution of Household Solar Energy Use in the United States." Journal of the American Planning Association 74 (4): 419-34.
  • Zahran, S., S. Brody, W. Peacock, A. Vedlitz, and H. Grover. 2008. "Social Vulnerability and the Natural and Built Environment: A Model of Flood Casualties in Texas." Disasters 32 (4): 537-60.
  • Zahran, S., S. Brody, A. Vedlitz, H. Grover, and C. Miller. 2008. "Vulnerability and Capacity: Explaining Local Commitment to Climate-Change Policy." Environment and Planning C-Government and Policy 26 (3): 544-62.
  • Zahran, S., H. Grover, S. Brody, and A. Vedlitz. 2008. "Risk, Stress and Capacity: Explaining Metropolitan Commitment to Climate Protection." Urban Affairs Review 43 (4): 447-74.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A. N.d. "Patronage: A Reexamination." Public Administration Review. Forthcoming.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A., and M. Dubnick. N.d. "All Mega-Projects are Local? Citizen Participation Lessons from the Big Dig." The Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management. Forthcoming.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A. 2008. "Moral Panics, Fold Devils and Patronage: The Boston Globe's Coverage of the Terrorist Attacks of 9-11." International Journal of Public Administration 31 (5): 515-34.
  • Dorch, Edwina, Jeryl Mumpower, and Leona Jochnowitz. 2008. "The Cost and Benefits of Cash and Services to Kinship Caregivers." Social Work in Public Health 23(6): 55-73.
  • Dorch, Edwina, Mary L. McCarthy, and Daniel Denofrio. 2008. "Calculating Child Welfare Separation, Replacement, and Training Costs." Social Work in Public Health 23(6): 39-54.
  • Engel, Jeffrey. N.d. "The Democratic Language of American Imperialism." Diplomacy and Statecraft. Symposium on the American Empire 100 years after Theodore Roosevelt. Forthcoming.
  • Lahey, Joanna N., and R.A. Beasley. N.d. "Computerizing Audit Studies." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Forthcoming.
  • Lahey, Joanna N. N.d. "State Age Protection Laws and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act." Journal of Law and Economics. Forthcoming.
  • Lahey, Joanna N. 2008. "Age, Women, and Hiring: An Experimental Study." Journal of Human Resources 43 (1): 30-56.
  • Layne, Christopher. N.d. "Security Studies and the Use of History: Neville Chamberlain's Grand Strategy Re-Considered." Security Studies. Forthcoming.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2008. "China's Challenge to U.S. Hegemony." Current History.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2008. "It's Over, Over There. The Coming Crack-Up in Transatlantic Relations." International Politics 45: 325-47.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2008. "Who Lost Iraq and Why It Matters: The Case for Offshore Balancing." World Policy Journal 24 (3): 38-52.
  • Olson, James M. 2008. "Intelligence and the War on Terror: How Dirty Are We Willing to Get Our Hands?" The SAIS Review of International Affairs 28 (1).
  • Scobell, Andrew. 2008. "The Evolution of North Korea's Political System and Pyongyang's Potential for Conflict Management." North Korean Review 4 (1): 31-108.
  • Taylor, Lori L. N.d. "Competition and Teacher Pay." Economic Inquiry. Forthcoming.
  • Taylor, Lori L. 2008. "Comparing Teacher Salaries: Insight from the U.S. Census." Economics of Education Review 27 (1): 48-57.
  • Thornton, Gabriela M. 2008. "The Paradox of the Transatlantic Security Project: From Taming European Power to Dividing It." International Politics 45 (3).
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Brody., H. Grover, and S. Bernhardt. N.d. "A Spatial Analysis of Local Climate Change Policy in the United States." Landscape and Urban Planning. Forthcoming.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, W.R. Mack, and D. Green. N.d. "Innovation and Implementation in the Public Sector: An Examination of Public Entrepreneurship." Review of Policy Research. Forthcoming.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, X. Liu, and L. Alston. N.d. "Regional News Portrayals of Global Warming and Climate Change." Environmental Science and Policy. Forthcoming.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S Brody, S. Zahran, and H. Grover. 2008. "Examining the Relationship between Physical Vulnerability and Public Perceptions of the Global Climate Change in the United States." Environment and Behavior.29: 72-85.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Brody, S. Zahran, and W. Highfield. 2008. "Identifying the Impact of the Built Environment on Flood Damage in Texas." Disasters 32: 1-18.

2007


  • Bearfield, Domonic A., and M. Dubnick. 2007. "Sowing and Reaping at the Big Dig: The Legacies of Neomanagerialism." Administration Theory and Practice 29 (1): 132-139.
  • Bies, Angela, and Brimer A. Blackwood. 2007. "Accountability, Ethics, Evaluation, and Governance in Nonprofit Management Education: Trends and Treatment." Journal of Public Affairs Education 13 (3/4): 519-47.
  • Brown, William A. 2007. "Board Development Practices and Competent Board Members: Implications for Performance." Nonprofit Management & Leadership 17 (3).
  • Cerami, Joseph R. 2007. "New Leadership in France and the Real Work of Public Officials." PA Times: American Society for Public Administration 30 (12): 7.
  • Engel, Jeffrey. 2007. "Enough Already, It's Here to Stay! Why We Should Stop Probing and Prodding the Anglo-American Special Relationship." Argentia, Newsletter of the British International Studies Association U.S. Foreign Policy Group 2 (1): 11-14.
  • Millesen, J., and A. Bies. 2007. "Nonprofit Capacity Building: Who Is Doing What for Whom and to What End?" Journal of Nonprofit Management 11 (1): 18-27.
  • Mu, Ren, and D. Walle. 2007. "Fungibility and 'Flypaper' Effects on Project Aid: Micro-Evidence for Vietnam." Journal of Development Economics 84: 667-85.
  • Mu, Ren, and J. Giles. 2007. "Elder Parent Health and the Migration Decision of Adult Children: Evidence from Rural China." Demography: 265-88.
  • Robinson, Scott E., and B. Gerber. 2007. "A Seat at the Table for Nondisaster Organizations." The Public Manger 36 (3): 4-6.
  • Robinson, Scott E., K.J. Meier, L. O'Toole, and F. Caver. 2007. "Explaining Policy Punctuations: Bureaucratization and Budget Change." American Journal of Political Science 51 (1): 140-50.
  • Saxton, G., D.C. Guo, and W.A. Brown. 2007. "New Dimensions of Nonprofit Responsiveness: The Application and Promise of Internet-Based Technologies." Public Performance and Management Review 31: 144-71.
  • Scobell, Andrew. 2007. "Beijing's Headache over Kim Jong II." Far Eastern Economic Review 170 (6): 35-8.
  • Scobell, Andrew. 2007. "North Korea End-Game or Mid-Game? Some Scenarios and Their Implications for U.S.-China Relations." Journal of Contemporary China 16 (51): 315-23.
  • Scobell, Andrew. 2007. "North Korea's Totalitarian Future; Rollercoaster Ride." The World Today 36 (5): 7-8.
  • Simo, G., and A. Bies. 2007. "The Role of Nonprofit in Disaster Response: An Expanded Model of Cross-Sector Collaboration." Public Administration Review 67 (s1): 125-42.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, and D. Wood. 2007. "Issue Definition, Information Processing and the Politics of Global Warming." American Journal of Political Science 51: 552-68.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, M. Lubell, and S. Zahran. 2007. "Collective Action and Citizen Responses to Global Warming." Political Behavior 29: 391-413.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, and S. Zahran. 2007. "Theories of Ethnic Social Distance: Comparative Empirical Tests for Three Distinct Ethnic Groups." Sociological Spectrum 27: 585-603.
  • Yoshioka, C., W.A. Brown, and R. Ashcraft. 2007. "A Functional Approach to Senior Volunteer and Nonvolunteer Motivations." International Journal of Volunteer Administration 24: 31-43.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A., and Melvin J. Dubnick. 2007. "Reaping and Sowing at the Big Dig: The Legacies of Neomanagerialism." Administrative Theory and Praxis.
  • Brown, William. A., and Chao Guo. "Community Foundation Performance: Bridging Community Resources and Needs." Nonprofit Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Forthcoming.
  • Brown, William A. 2007. "Board Development Practices and Competent Board Members: Implications for Performance." Nonprofit Management & Leadership 17 (3): 301-17.
  • Desch, Mike. 2007. "Bush and the Generals." Foreign Affairs 86 (3).
  • Eller, Warren, and Hank C. Jenkins-Smith. "Characterizing Public Policy Education the 21st Century: The APPAM 2006 Curriculum Survey." Journal of Public Policy and Management. Forthcoming.
  • Saxton, G. D., C. Guo, and W. A. Brown. 2007. "New Dimensions of Nonprofit Responsiveness: The Application and Promise of Internet-Based Technologies." Public Performance and Management Review 31: 144-71.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, M. Lubell, and S. Zahran. "Collective Action and Citizen Response to Global Warming." Political Behavior. Forthcoming.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Zahran, H. Grover, and S. Brody. "Risk, Stress and Capacity: Explaining Metropolitan Commitment to Climate Protection." Urban Affairs Review. Forthcoming.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, and D. Wood. 2007. "Issue Definition, Information Processing and the Politics of Global Warming." American Journal of Political Science 51 (3): 552-68.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Brody, and S. Zahran. 2007. "Examining the Relationship between Physical Vulnerability and Public Perceptions of Global Climate Change." Environment and Behavior 1-24.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Brody, and S. Zahran. "Identifying the Impact of the Built Environment on Flood Damage in Texas." Disasters. Forthcoming.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Zahran, and S. Brody. "Explaining Local Commitment to Climate Change Policy in the United States." Environment and Planning C. Forthcoming.
  • Yoshioka, C., W. A. Brown, and R. Ashcraft. 2007. "A Functional Approach to Senior Volunteer and Non-volunteer Motivations." International Journal of Volunteer Administration 24: 31-43.

2006


  • Bearfield, Domonic A. 2006. "Commentary on 'A Solution in Search of a Problem? Discrimination, Affirmative Action, and the New Public Service' Theory to Practice." Public Administration Review 66 (6): 187-92.
  • Bies, Angela, and Christine Sinatra. 2006. "A Comparative Analysis of the Capacity-Building 'Industries' in the Pittsburgh and Austin Areas." Tropman Report: Journal of Applied Research 4 (1): 29-35.
  • Desch, Mike. 2006. "Abusing the Holocaust Analogy?" Security Studies 15 (4): 713-17.
  • Desch, Mike. 2006. "The Myth of Abandonment: The Use and Abuse of the Holocaust Analogy." Security Studies 15 (2): 106-45.
  • Gawande, Kishore, and Bernard Hoekman. 2006. "Lobbying and Agricultural Policy in the United States." International Organization 60 (3): 527-61.
  • Gawande, Kishore, Pravin Krishna, and Michael J. Robbins. 2006. "Foreign Lobbying and U.S. Trade Policy." Review of Economics and Statistics 88 (3): 563-71.
  • Griffin, James M., and Lance Bachmeier. 2006. "Testing for Market Integration Crude Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas." Energy Journal 27 (2): 55-71.
  • Jenkins-Smith, Hank, Neil Mitchell, Kerry Herron, and Guy Whitten. 2006. "Elite Beliefs, Epistemic Communities and the Atlantic Divide: Scientists' Nuclear Policy Preferences in the United States and European Union." British Journal of Political Science. Forthcoming.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2006. "Impotent Power? Re-Examining the Nature of America's Hegemonic Power." The National Interest 85: 41-7.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2006. "The Unipolar Illusion Revisited: The Coming End of the United States' Unipolar Moment." International Security 31 (2): 7-41.
  • Reinhardt, Gina Yannitell. 2006. "Shortcuts and Signals: An Analysis of the Micro-level Determinants of Aid Allocation, with Case Study Evidence from Brazil." Review of Development Economics 10 (2): 297-312.
  • Taylor, Lori. 2006. "Comparable Wages, Inflation and School Finance Equity." Education Finance and Policy 1 (3): 349-71.
  • Taylor, Lori. 2006. "Comparing Teacher Salaries: Insights from the U.S. Census." Economics of Education Review 24: 323-339.
  • Taylor, Lori, and Stephen P.A. Brown. 2006. "The Private Sector Impact of State and Local Government: Has More Become Bad?" Contemporary Economic Policy 24 (4): 548-62.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, A. Mintz, and S. Redd. 2006. "Can We Generalize from Student Experiments to the Real World in Political Science, Military Affairs and International Relations." Journal of Conflict Resolution 50 (5): 757-76.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Zahran, S. Brody, and H. Grover. 2006. "Climate Change Vulnerability and Policy Support." Society and Natural Resources 19 (9): 771-89.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, M. Lubell, S. Zahran, and L. Alston. 2006. "Collective Action, Environmental Activism and Air Quality Policy." Political Research Quarterly 59 (1): 149-60.
  • Bearfield, Domonic A. N.d. "Moral Panics, Folk Devils and Patronage: The Boston Globe's Coverage of the Terrorist Attacks of 9-11." International Journal of Public Administration. Forthcoming.
  • Bertelli, Anthony M., and Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. 2006. "Public Management in the Shadow of the Constitution." Administration & Society 38: 31-57.
  • Brown, W. A., and M. Pritchard. 2006. "Antecedents and Consequences of Trust in the Board: The Impact of Perceived Risk." Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 15 (1/2): 105-26.
  • Desch, Michael C. N.d. "The Myth of Abandonment: The Use and Abuse of the Holocaust Analogy." Security Studies 15 (1): 106-45.
  • Desch, Michael C. 2006. "Civil-Militarism: The Civilian Origins of the New American Militarism." Orbis 50 (3): 573-83.
  • Gawande, Kishore, and B. Hoekman. N.d. "Lobbying and Agricultural Policy in the United States." International Organization. Forthcoming.
  • Gawande, Kishore, Pravin Krishna, and Michael J. Robbins. 2006. "Foreign Lobbying and U.S. Trade Policy." Review of Economics and Statistics 88: 563-71.
  • Hoo, Sonya, Sheila E. Murray, and Kim Rueben. 2006. "Education Finance and Changing Revenue Sources." Tax Notes. Forthcoming.
  • Layne, Christopher. 2006. "The Unipolar Illusion Revisited: The Coming End of America's Unipolar Moment." International Security 31 (2): 7-41.
  • Reinhardt, Gina Yannitell. 2006. "Shortcuts and Signals: An Analysis of the Micro-level Determinants of Aid Allocation, with Case Study Evidence from Brazil." Review of Development Economics 10 (2): 297-312.
  • Taylor, Lori. 2006. "Comparable Wages, Inflation and School Finance Equity." Education Finance and Policy 1 (3): 349-71.
  • Taylor, Lori. N.d. "Comparing Teacher Salaries: Insights from the U. S. Census." Economics of Education Review. Forthcoming.
  • Taylor, Lori, and Stephen P.A. Brown. 2006. "The Private Sector Impact of State and Local Government: Has More Become Bad?" Contemporary Economic Policy 24 (4): 548-62.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, M. Lubell, S. Zahran, and L. Alston. 2006. "Collective Action, Environmental Activism and Air Quality Policy." Political Research Quarterly 59 (1): 149-60.
  • Vedlitz, Arnold, S. Zahran, S. Brody, and H. Grover. 2006. "Climate Change Vulnerability and Policy Support." Society and Natural Resources 19 (9): 771-789.
  • West, William F. 2006. "Presidential Leadership and Administrative Coordination: Examining the Theory of a Unified Executive." Presidential Studies Quarterly 36 (3): 433-56.

2005


  • Bowman, W., and Angela Bies. 2005. "Charity Regulation, Self-and Otherwise." Nonprofit Quarterly.
  • Cerami, Joe. 2005. "From the Six-Party Talks to a Northeast Asian Security Regime: Cooperative Threat Reduction Strategies and Institutional Development." Pacific Focus: Inha Journal of International Studies (XX/1) Spring.
  • Eller, Warren, Kenneth J. Meier, and Michael Pennington. 2005. "Race, Sex, and Clarence Thomas: Representation Change in the EEOC." Public Administration Review 62: 2.

  • Engel, Jeffrey A. 2005. "Of Fat and Thin Communists: Diplomacy and Philosophy in Western Economic Warfare Strategies Toward China (and Tyrants, Broadly)." Diplomatic History 29 (3): 445-74.
  • Engel, Jeffrey A. 2005. "Hubris Is the Handmaiden of Tragedy: Truman's Lesson for Bush." International Journal 60 (1): 531-43.
  • Engel, Jeffrey A. 2005. "The Surly Bonds: American Cold War Constraints on British Aviation." Enterprise and Society 6 (1): 1-44.

  • Forbes, Melissa K., and Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. 2005. "How Does Public Management Affect Government Performance? Evidence from International Research." Journal of Public Administration and Research 15: 559-84.
  • Gawande, Kishore, and A. K. Bohara. 2005. "Agency Problems in Law Enforcement: Theory and Application to the U.S. Coast Guard." Management Science 51 (11): 1593-1609.
  • Gawande, Kishore, and Hui Li. 2005. "Trade Barriers as Bargaining Outcomes." The World Economy 29: 437-57.
  • Griffin, James M., and Craig T. Schulman. 2005. "Price Asymmetry in Energy Demand Models: A Proxy for Energy-Saving Technical Change." Energy Journal 26 (1): 1-21.
  • Hermann, Charles, and Maurice A. East. 2005. "Assessing a Mediated Learning Joint Television Course: Foreign Policy Problem Management in the First Bush Administration." International Studies Perspectives 6: 462-76.
  • Hill, Carolyn J., Laurence E. Lynn, Jr., Isa Proeller, and Juno Schedler. 2005. "Introduction to a Symposium on Public Governance." Policy Studies Journal 33: 203-12.
  • Hill, Carolyn J., and Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. 2005. "Is Hierarchical Governance in Decline? Evidence from Empirical Research." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 15: 173-96.
  • Jenkins-Smith, Hank, Carol Silva, and Richard Waterman. 2005. "Micro and Macro Level Explanations of the Presidential Expectation Gap." Journal of Politics 67 (3): 690-715.
  • Li, Hui, Robert B.A. Bohara, Hank Jenkins-Smith, Carol Silva, and David Weimer. 2005. "Exploring the Beta Model Using Proportional Budget Information in a Contingent Valuation Study." Economics Bulletin 17 (8): 1-9.
  • Moffett, Mark, Kishore Gawande, and Alok Bohara. 2005. "Governance and Performance: Evidence from the U.S. Coast Guard." Policy Studies Journal. 33 (2): 283-306.
  • Moynihan, Don, and Carol L. Silva. 2005. "What Is the Future of Studying Elections? Making the Case for a New Approach." Policy Studies Journal 33 (1): 31-6.
  • West, William F. 2005. "Administrative Rulemaking: An Old and Emerging Literature." Public Administration Review. 65 (6): 655-668.
  • West, William F. 2005. "Neutral Competence and Political Responsiveness: An Uneasy Relationship." Policy Studies Journal 33: 147-60.
  • West, William F. 2005. "The Institutionalization of Regulatory Review: Organizational Stability and Responsive Competence at OIRA." Presidential Studies Quarterly 35 (1): 76-93.
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