Bedrosian Center

Publications

Publications are arranged by date, beginning with the most recent.

Forthcoming

Bertelli, A. M., & John P. C. Party Policy Investment: Risk and Return in British Politics. Conditionally accepted by the British Journal of Political Science.

Francesch-Huidoboro, M., Lo C.W.H., & Tang S. Y. The Local Environmental Regulatory Regime in China: Changes in Pro-Environment Orientation, Institutional Capacity, and Political Support. Environment and Planning A.

Tang. S. Y.  Assessing ecological modernization in China: Stakeholder demands and corporate environmental management practices. The China Quarterly.

Zhan X., & Tang S. Y. Political Opportunities, Resource Constraints, and Policy Advocacy: A Longitudinal Study of Environmental NGOs in China. Public Administration.

2012-2013

Cooper, Terry L. and Donald C. Menzel. Achieving Ethical Competence for Public Service Leadership. M.E. Sharpe. (February 15, 2013)

Mazmanian Daniel A., Jurewitz J., and Nelson H. The Paradox of “Acting Globally While Thinking Locally”: Discordance in Climate Change Adaption Policy. Journal of Environment & Development. (January 17, 2013)

Cooper, Terry L. and Thomas Bryer. H George Frederickson and the Dialogue on Citizenship in Public AdministrationPublic Administration Review, Volume 72, Special Issue, pp. 108-118, (September 13, 2012)

2011-2012

Tang, S. Y. Ten Principles for a Rule-Ordered Society. China Economics Publishing House, (in both English and Chinese). China Economic Publishing House, Beijing; 2012.

Maggioni E., Nelson H., & Mazmanian D., Industry Influence in State Climate Change Planning Efforts. Policy Studies Journal (April 12, 2012)

Suarez, David and Patricia Bromley, Professionalizing a Global Social Movement: Universities and Human Rights. American Journal of Education, Vol. 118. No. 3: pp 253-280 (May 3, 2012)

Bertelli, A. M. and Peter C. John. The Political Economy of Public Sector Governance. Cambridge University Press. (March 26, 2012).

Cooper, T. L. The Responsible Administrator: An Approach to Ethics for the Administrative Role, 6th edition. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (February 2012)

Clinton, J. D., Bertelli, A., Grose, C. R., Lewis, D. E. and Nixon, D. C. (2012-04), Separated Powers in the United States: The Ideology of Agencies, Presidents, and Congress. American Journal of Political Science, 56: 341–354. (November 21, 2011)

Ju C. B. and Tang Shui Yan. Path Dependence, Critical Junctures, and Political Contestation: The Developmental Trajectories of Environmental NGOs in South KoreaNonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Vol. 40, Issue 6, pp. 1048-1072. (November 18, 2011)

Bertelli, A. M. Federalist No. 41: Does Polarization Inhibit Coordination? Public Administration Review, 71: s62–s67. (November 14, 2011)

Bertelli, A.M. and Christian R. Grose, The Lengthened Shadow of Another Institution? Ideal Point Estimates for the Executive Branch and Congress. American Journal of Political Science, Vol.55, No.4 (July 5, 2011)

 

2010-2011

Callahan, Richard, “America’s Engagement in Iraq: Insights and implications for public management research.” Public Management Review, 13: 1, 175-184.February 2011.

Cooper, T. L. and Musso, J. Weare, C. Bryer, T. Toward “Strong Democracy” in Global Cities? Social Capital Building, Theory-Driven Reform, and the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council ExperiencePublic Administration Review, Vol. 71. No. 1. pp 23-30. (January 18, 2011)

C. W. H. Lo, G. Fryxell, and S. Y. Tang,  “Stakeholder Pressures from Perceived Environmental Impacts and the Effect on Corporate Management Programs in China,” Environmental Politics, Vol. 19. No. 6; pp 888-909 (2010)

Tang, S. Y., C. W. H. Lo, and G. Fryxell, “Governance Reform, External Support, and Environmental Regulation Enforcement in Rural China: The Case of Guangdong Province,” Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 91, No.. 10; pp 2008-2018 (2010)

C. P. Tang and S. Y. Tang,  “Institutional Adaptation and Community-based Conservation of Natural Resources: The Cases of the Tao and Atayal in Taiwan,” Human Ecology, Vol. 38, No. 1; pp 101-111(2010)

Bertelli, A. M.  Review on Richard C. Feiock and John T. Scholz, eds. Self-Organizing Federalism: Collaborative Mechanisms to Mitigate Institutional Collective Action Dilemmas. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 345 pp. in Publius: The Journal of Federalism, Vol. 41, No. 2; pp. 357-359 (2011)

Suarez, David and Youngmi Lee,  “Participation and Policy: Foundation Support for Civic Engagement and Community Organizing in the United States.” Public Management Review, Vol. 13. No. 8; pp 1117-1138 (2011)

Suarez, David, “Collaboration and Professionalization: The Contours of Public Sector Funding for Nonprofits.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Vol 21. No. 2; pp 307-326 (2011)

2009-2010

Tang, Shui-Yan and Daniel A. Mazmanian. “Understanding Collaborative Governance from the Structural Choice Politics, IAD, and Transaction Cost Perspectives” – Collaborative Governance Working Paper – March 2010-1

Bertelli, Anthony and Peter John. “Performance Measurement as a Political Discipline Mechanism” – Performance Management Working Paper – March 2010-1

Little, Richard G. “Towards a New Federal Role in Infrastructure Investment: Using U.S. Sovereign Wealth to Rebuild America” – Megaregions & Infrastructure Working Paper – December 7, 2009-1

Maggioni, Elena, Hal Nelson and Daniel A. Mazmanian. “Stakeholder Participation and State Climate Change Policies.” Policy Studies Journal, 40(2). May 2012.

Bum Ju, Chang and Shui-Yan Tang. “External Legitimacy, Goal Congruence and Collective Resistance: Environmental NGOs and Land Use Politics in South Korea.Urban Studies, 48(4) March 2011.

Curtin, Gregory G. “Free the Data! E-Governance for Megaregions” – Megaregions & Infrastructure Working Paper – October 2009-1

Zhan, Xueyong, Carlos Wing-Hung Lo and Shui-Yan Tang. “Contextual Changes and Environmental Policy Implementation in China: A Longitudinal Study of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Guangzhou” – Environment & Sustainability Working Paper – October 2009-1

Jun, Kyu-Nahm and Christopher Weare. “Organizational Motivations in the Adoption of Innovations: The Case of E-Government” – E-Government Working Paper – September 2009-1

Mazmanian, Dan, Mark Pisano, Richard Little and Alison Linder. “Governance and Financing Policy in Southern California: Transformative Changes to Achieve Climate Change Goals,”, Southern California Association of Governments, July 2009.

Bryer, Thomas A. and Jay D. Jurie. “Mytier: Collaborative Regional Planning – A Case Study”, July 2009.

Graddy, Elizabeth. “Cross-Sectoral Governance and Performance in Service Delivery.” International Review of Public Administration; Apr 2009, Volume 13, special issue, pp. 61-73.

2008-2009

Callahan, Richard, Mark Pisano and Alison Linder. “Leadership and Strategy: A Comparison of the Outcomes and Institutional Designs of the Alameda Corridor and Alameda Corridor East Projects” – Megaregions & Infrastructure Working Paper – June 2009-1

Erie, Steven P. and Scott A. MacKenzie. “L.A.’s Crown Jewels: Historical Governance and Finance Lessons” – Megaregions & Infrastructure Working Paper – May 2009-1

Mark Pisano, Dan Mazmanian, Richard Little, Alison Linder and Bev Perry. “Toward A National Strategic Investment Framework – A Working Paper: Megaregions Governance & Finance” – Megaregions & Infrastructure Working Paper – May 2009-1

Jung, Yong-Duck, Daniel Mazmanian and Shui-Yan Tang. “Collaborative Governance in the United States and Korea: Cases in Negotiated Policymaking and Service Delivery” – April 2009. (Published in Collaborative Governance in the United States and Korea, SNUPress, 2009 and in the International Review of Public Administration, Vol. 13 (Special Issue), 2009, 1-11)

Moody, Michael. “Everyone Will Get Better Together: How Those Responsible for California’s Bay-Delta Water System Understand Collaboration” – Collaborative Governance Working Paper – March 2009-1

Schweitzer, Lisa and Sangmin Kim. “Environmental Justice and Collaborative Governance: Building a Socio-Spatial Perspective for Facility Siting” – Collaborative Governance Working Paper – March 2009-1

Weare, Christopher. “Bridging From E-Government Practice to E-Government Research: Past Trends and Future Directions” – E-Government Working Paper – January 2009-1

Cooper, Terry L. “Collaborative Public Governance: Implications for Civic Engagement” – Collaborative Governance Working Paper – December 2008-1

Little, Richard G. “Not the Macquarie Model: Using U.S. Sovereign Wealth to Renew America’s Civil Infrastructure” – December 2008.

Tang, Shui-Yan and Carlos Wing-Hung Lo. “The Political Economy of Service Organization Reform in China: An Institutional Choice Analysis” – Collaborative Governance Working Paper – November 2008-1 (To be published in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory)

Lim, Joon Hyoung and Shui-Yan Tang. “Urban E-Government Initiatives and Environmental Decision Performance in Korea” – E-Government Working Paper – November 2008-1

Graddy, Elizabeth A. “Cross-Sectoral Governance and Performance in Service Delivery” – Collaborative Governance Working Paper-September 2008-1

Mazmanian, Daniel A., John Jurewitz and Hal Nelson. “California’s Climate Change Policy: The Case of a Sub-National State Actor Tackling a Global Challenge” – Environment & Sustainability Working Paper – August 2008-1

Kelleher, Christine A. and Susan Webb Yackee. “A Political Consequence of Contracting: Organized Interests and State Agency Decision Making.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory; July 2008, volume 19, pp 579-602.

2007-2008

Mazmanian, Daniel A. and Michael E. Kraft. “The Three Epochs of the Environmental Movement” – Environment & Sustainability Working Paper – March 2008-1

Mazmanian, Daniel A. “Los Angeles’ Clean Air Saga – Spanning The Three Epochs” – Environment & Sustainability Working Paper – March 2008-1

Curtin, Gregory. “E-Government.” Encyclopedia of Political Communications Ed. Lynda Lee Kaid, Christina Holz-Bacha. 1 vol. Sage Publications, 2008.

Curtin, Gregory [Senior Research Team Leader]. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Public Administration and Development Management, United Nations, New York “Global E-Government Survey 2008: From E-Government to Connected Governance“.

Callahan, Richard. “Networks Course Syllabus” and “Teaching Networks for Course Syllabus on Networks” (First place winner of the Networks and Public Management Syllabus Competition, Fels Institute of Government, University of Pennsylvania) November 2007.

VerdeXchange News, “China’s Environmental Awareness Grows with its Economy,” July 2007.

Callahan, Richard. “Governance: The Collision of Politics and Cooperation.” Public Administration Review; Mar/Apr 2007, Volume 67, issue 2, pp. 290-301.

2006-2007

USC Judith and John Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise. Newsletter Spring 2007.

Callahan, Richard “Governance: The Collision of Politics and Cooperation.” Public Administration Review, March/April 2007.

Curtin, Gregory and Elizabeth Fife. CA_TelecomPlan_USCFinal_>”California’s Telecommunications Strategy: Business and Management Challenges,” Prepared for the Chief Information Officer, State of California, March 2007.

Marziali, Carl. “USC Researchers Present at AAAS: Largest General Science Meeting of the Year Wraps Up With Talks on Virtual Reality, Online Games, Public Diplomacy and Social Networks Among Teens,” USC News, March 5, 2007.

USC Judith and John Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise. Newsletter, Fall 2006.

USC Judith and John Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise. Press Release: New Consortium to Address Challenges of Governance in Contemporary Society, December 18, 2006.

Mazmanian, Daniel A. “Achieving Air Quality: The Los Angeles Experience” – Environment & Sustainability Working Paper-March 2006-1.

Graddy, Elizabeth, and Bin Chen. “The Consequences of Partner Selection in Service Delivery Collaborations” Collaborative Governance-October 2006-1.

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