Articles are listed by year, then alphabetically by primary/corresponding author.
send updates to firstname.lastname@example.org
Duquette, N. (2019). Do share-of-income limits on tax-deductibility of charitable contributions affect giving? Economics Letters, 174, 1–4.
Pivotal Politics and the Ideological Content of Landmark Laws. Journal of Public Policy.
Aguila, Emma, Vega, A., Porteny, T. (1/2018). The Role of Clinics in Determining Older Recent Immigrants’ Use of Health Services. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 1-8. Online: January 30, 2018
Jenkins, Jeffery, Gailmard, S. (3/2018). Distributive politics and congressional voting: Public lands reform in the Jacksonian era. Public Choice, 1-17.
The Deinstitutionalization (?) of the House of Representatives: Reflections on Nelson Polsby’s ‘Institutionalization of the House of Representatives’ at Fifty. Studies in American Political Development.
Green, Richard, Agarwal, Rosenblatt, Yao, & Zhang. (2/2018). Gender difference and intra-household economic power in mortgage signing order. Journal of Financial Intermediation. Online: February 8, 2018
Separating the Impacts of Age and Birth Date on Retail Sales. Journal of Shopping Center Research; Forthcoming.;
Computations for Family Logistics in an Emergency Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (CACAIE, Impact Factor: 3.170) for special issue on planning; Forthcoming in a special issue on planning for evacuations.;
Tang, Shui Yan, Liu, Zhan, & Lo. (8/2018). Policy uncertainty and corporate performance in government-sponsored voluntary environmental programs. Journal of Environmental Management, 219, 350-360.
Jenkins, Jeffery, Clarke, A. (2017). Who are President Trump’s Allies in the House of Representatives? The Forum, 15(3), 415-429.
Social Security Contributions and Return Migration among Older Male Mexican Immigrants. The Gerontologist,57(3): 563–74; 2017.
Resh, W. G., Marvel, J. D., & Wen, B. (11/2017) The Persistence of Prosocial Work Effort as a Function of Mission Match. Public Administration Review. DOI: 10.1111/puar.12882
Duquette, Nicolas J. (9/2017) Spend or Save? Nonprofits’ Use of Donations and Other Revenues. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, online: September 11, 2017.
McCann, Pamela Clouser. (9/2017) Decentralizing Pork: Congressional Roll-Call Voting, Decentralized Administration, and Distributive Politics. Legislative Studies Quarterly, September 2017.
Schweitzer, Lisa, Rosen, J. (8/2017). Benefits-sharing agreements and nonideal theory: The warning signs of agreement co-optation. Planning Theory, Planning Theory, 2017.
Aguila, Emma, Kapteyn, & Tassot. (6/2017). Designing cash transfer programs for an older population: The Mexican case. The Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 9, 111-121.
Aguila, Emma, Kapteyn, A., & Perez-Arce, F. (2017). Consumption smoothing and frequency of benefit payments of cash transfer programs. American Economic Review, 107(5), 430-435.
Schweitzer, Lisa, Afzalan, Nader. (4/2017) 09 F9 11 02 9D 74 E3 5B D8 41 56 C5 63 56 88 C0: Four Reasons Why AICP Needs an Open Data Ethic. Journal of the American Planning Association, Volume 83, Issue 2, pp 161-167.
Examining Strategic Sustainability Plans and Smart Growth Land-Use Measures in California Cities. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management; August 2017.;
Acolin, Arthur, Bostic, Raphael, Painter, Gary. (9/2016) A field study of rental market discrimination across origins in France. Journal of Urban Economics, Volume 95, pp 49-63.
Aguila, Emma, Guerrero, Erick G., Vega, William A. (2016) Sociodemographics characteristics associated with alcohol use among low-income Mexican older adults. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy, Volume 11, Issue 1.
Aguila, Emma, Angrisani, Marco, Blanco, Luisa R. (07/2016) Ownership of a bank account and health of older Hispanics. Economics Letters, Volume 144.
Aguila, Emma, Nelly Mejia, Francisco Perez-Arce, Edgar Ramirez & Alfonzo Rivera Illingworth. (03/2016) Costs of Extending the Noncontributory Pension Program for Elderly: The Mexican Case. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, Volume 28, Issue 4.
Boarnet, Marlon G., Wang, Xize, Houston, Douglas. (2016) Can new light rail reduce personal vehicle carbon emissions? A before-after, experimental-control evaluation in Los Angeles. Journal of Regional Science.
Li, W., Houston, D., Boarnet, M. G., & Park, H. (2016). Daily Travel Variability and Travel Survey Duration: Moving Beyond the Single-Day Convention. In Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting (No. 16-5269).
Boarnet, Marlon G., Andy Hong, and Raul Santiago-Bartolomei. Urban Spatial Structure, Employment Subcenters, and Freight Travel. Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting. No. 16-6034. 2016.
Bostic, Raphael W., Kim, Annette M., Valenzuela Jr, Able. (01/2016) Contesting the Streets: Vending and Public Space in Global Cities: Guest Editors’ Introduction. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Volume 18, Issue 1.
Duquette, Nicolas J. (05/2016) Do tax incentives affect charitable contributions? Evidence from public charities’ reported revenues. Journal of Public Economics, Volume 137.
Moulton, JG; Graddy-Reed, A; Lanahan, L. (06/2016) Beyond the EITC: The effect of reducing the earned income tax credit on labor force participation. National Tax Journal, Volume 69, Issue 2.
Rajan, Raghuram G; Ramcharan, Rodney. (07/2016) Constituencies and Legislation: The Fight Over the McFadden Act of 1927. Management Science, Volume 62, Issue 7
Ramcharan, Rodney, Verani, Stephane; Van Den Heuvel, Skander J. (06/2016) From Wall Street to Main Street: The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Consumer Credit Supply. Journal of Finance, Volume 71, Issue 3.
Raghuram Rajan; Rodney Ramcharan. (05/2016) Local financial capacity and asset values: Evidence from bank failures. Journal of Financial Economics, Volume 120, Issue 2.
Rajan, Raghuram; Ramcharan, Rodney. (2016) Crises and the Development of Economic Institutions: Some Microeconomic Evidence. American Economic Review, Volume 106, Issue 5.
Schweitzer, Lisa. (2016) Restorative planning ethics: The therapeutic imagination and planning in public institutions. Planning Theory, Volume 15, Issue 2.
B. Lowery, D.C. Sloane, D. Payan Dias, J. Illum, L.B. Lewis. (2016). Do Farmers’ Markets Increase the Availability of Healthy Foods in Underserved Communities? Assessing the nutritional environment at 19 markets in Los Angeles, Journal of American Planning Association.
Zhan, Xueyong; Tang, Shui‐Yan. (2016) Understanding the implications of government ties for nonprofit operations and functions. Public Administration Review, Volume 76, Issue 4.
Liu, N; Tang, SY; Lo, CWH; more… (2016) Stakeholder demands and corporate environmental coping strategies in China. Journal of Environmental Management, Volume 165.
Yee, WH; Tang, SY; Lo, CWH. (2016) Regulatory Compliance when the rule of law is weak: Evidence from China’s Environmental Reform. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Volume 26, Issue 1.
Managing Behavior in Public and Nonprofit Organizations, 4th Ed.
Denhardt, R., Denhardt, J., & Aristegueta, M.; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications; 2016.
Regulatory Compliance When the Rule of Law is Weak: Evidence from China’s Environmental Reform
Yee, W. H., Tang, S. Y., & Lo, C. W. H.; Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 26(1):95-112; 2016.
Do Tax Incentives Affect Charitable Contributions? Evidence from Public Charities’ Reported Revenues
Duquette, N. J.; Journal of Public Economics, 137: 51–69; 2016.
Beyond the EITC: The effect of reducing the Earned Income Tax Credit on labor force participation
Moulton, J., Graddy-Reed, A., & Lanahan, L.; National Tax Journal, 69(2), 261-284; 2016.
The Domino Effects of Federal Research Funding
Lanahan, L., Graddy-Reed, A., & Feldman, M.P.; PLoS ONE, 11(6), e0157325; 2016.
Costs of Extending the Supplemental Income Program for Elderly: The Mexican Case
Aguila, E., Mejia, N., Perez-Arce, F., Ramirez, E., & Rivera, A.; Journal Aging & Social Policy, 1-19; 2016.
Sociodemographic Characteristics Associated with Alcohol Use among Low-Income Mexican Older Adults
Aguila, E., Guerrero, E. G., & Vega, W. A.; Journal Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 11(16): 1-9; 2016.
Ownership of a Bank Account and Health of Older Hispanics
Aguila, E., Angrisani, M., & Blanco, L. R.; Economics Letters, 144(2016): 41-44; 2016.
Understanding the Implications of Government Ties for Nonprofit Operations and Functions
Zhan, X., & Tang, S. Y.; Public Administration Review, 76(4): 589-600; 2016.
Stakeholder Demands and Corporate Environmental Coping Strategies in China
Liu, N., Tang, S. Y., Lo, C. W. H., & Zhan, X.; Journal of Environmental Management, 165(1):140-149; 2016.
Do Farmers’ Markets Increase the Availability of Healthy Foods in Underserved Communities? Assessing the nutritional environment at 19 markets in Los Angeles
Lowery, B., Sloane, D. C., Payan Dias, D., Illum, J., & Lewis, L. B.; Journal of American Planning Association, 82; 2016.
Computations for Family Logistics in an Emergency
Schweitzer, L., with Liu,S.; Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (CACAIE, Impact Factor: 3.170) for special issue on planning; Forthcoming in a special issue on planning for evacuations.
From Subjects to Citizens: How Homeowners’ Participation Transforms Local Governance in Beijing
Wang, W., Li, H., & Cooper, T.; Administration & Society; Forthcoming.
A Field Study of Rental Market Discrimination across Origins in France
Acolin, A., Bostic, R., & Painter, G.; Journal of Urban Economics; Forthcoming.
Political Commitment, Policy Ambiguity, and Corporate Environmental Practices
Liu, N., Tang, S. Y., Zhan, X., & Lo, C. W. H.; Policy Studies Journal; Forthcoming.
Nonprofit Policy Advocacy under Authoritarianism
Li, H., Lo, C. W. H., & Tang, S. Y.; Public Administration Review; Forthcoming.
Social Security Contributions and Return Migration among Older Male Mexican Immigrants
Aguila, E., & Vega, A.; The Gerontologist; Forthcoming.
The Federal Design Dilemma: Congress and Intergovernmental Delegation
McCann, P. J. C.; Cambridge University Press ; Forthcoming.
Designing Cash Transfer Programs for an Older Population: The Mexican Case
Aguila, E., Kapteyn, A., & Tassot, C.; Journal of the Economics of Aging; Forthcoming.
A Step Toward a Healthier South Los Angeles: Improving Student Food Options through Healthy Street Vendor Legalization
Baird, R., Sloane, D. C., Stover, G. N., Flynn, G.; Cityscape; Forthcoming, 2016.
Separating the Impacts of Age and Birth Date on Retail Sales
Green, R., & Hendershott, P.; Journal of Shopping Center Research; Forthcoming.
Hurricane Katrina: Devastation, Possibilities and Prospects
Bostic, R.W., & Molaison, D.; Economic and Risk Assessment of Hurricane Katrina, USC CREATE book; Forthcoming.
Legitimacy Through Networks: Interlocking Boards of Trustees and Organizational Performance
Esparza, N. & Jeon, S.H.; Public Performance & Management Review; Forthcoming.
The Diffusion and Implementation of Homlessness Policy: Ten Year Plans and the Shift to Permanent Supportive Housing
Esparza, N.; Social Service Review; Forthcoming.
Policy Influence, Agency Specific Human Capital, and Exit in the Federal Service
Bertelli, A., & Lewis, D.; Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory; Forthcoming.
Aguila, E., Kapteyn, A., & Smith, J. P. (2015). Effects of Income Supplementation on Health of the Poor Elderly: The Case of Mexico. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112(1), 70-75.
Aguila, E., Mejía, N., Pérez, F., Rivera, A., & Ramírez, E. (2015). Pobreza y Vulnerabilidad en México: El Caso de los Jóvenes que no Estudian ni Trabajan. Estudios Económicos, 30(1), 3-49.
Aguila, Emma, Maria Dolores Cervera, Homero Martinez-Salgado, and Beverly A. Weidmer. 2015. Developing and testing informed-consent methods in a study of the elderly in Mexico. RAND Corporation.
Agarwal, S., RK Green, E. Rosenblatt, and V. Yao. 2015;2013. Collateral pledge, sunk-cost fallacy and mortgage default. Journal of Financial Intermediation 24 (4): 636-52.
Boarnet, M., & Hsu, H. (2015). The Gender Gap in Non-Work Travel: The Relative Roles of Income Earning Potential and Land Use. Journal of Urban Economics, 86, 111-127.
Bostic, Raphael. 2015. Clarifying HUD’s new tack on integrating the suburbs. Investor’s Business Daily.
From Subjects to Citizens: How Homeowners’ Participation Transforms Local Governance in Beijing. Administration & Society.
Dillon, HS, JD Saphores, and MG Boarnet. 2015. The impact of urban form and gasoline prices on vehicle usage: Evidence from the 2009 national household travel survey. Research in Transportation Economics 52 : 23-33
Fernandez, S., Resh, W. G., Moldogaziev, T., & Oberfield, Z. W. (2015). Assessing the Past and Promise of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey for Public Management Research: A Research Synthesis. Public Administration Review, 75(3), 382-394.
Agarwal, S; Green, RK; Rosenblatt, E; more… Collateral pledge, sunk-cost fallacy and mortgage default. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 10/2015, Volume 24, Issue 4.
Graddy-Reed, A., and MP Feldman. 2015. Stepping up: An empirical analysis of the role of social innovation in response to an economic recession. Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society 8 (2): 293-312.
Grose, Christian R.; Malhotra, Neil; Parks Van Houweling, Robert. Explaining Explanations: How Legislators Explain their Policy Positions and How Citizens React: EXPLAINING EXPLANATIONS. American Journal of Political Science, 07/2015, Volume 59, Issue 3
Grose, Christian R. (2015) Field Experiments on elected and public officials: Ethical obligations and requirements. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
Hong, A., Schweitzer, L., Yang, W., & Marr, L. C. (2015). Impact of Temporary Freeway Closure on Regional Air Quality: A Lesson from Carmageddon in Los Angeles, United States. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(5), 3211-3218.
Houston, D., Boarnet, M., Ferguson, G., & Spears, S. (2015). Can Compact Rail Transit Corridors Transform The Automobile City? Planning For More Sustainable Travel in Los Angeles. Urban Studies, 52(5), 938-959.
Houston, D., Boarnet, M., Ferguson, G., & Spears, S. (2015). Can Compact Rail Transit Corridors Transform the Automobile City? Planning for More Sustainable Travel in Los Angeles. Urban Studies, 52(5), 938-959.
Joh, K., S. Chakrabarti, MG Boarnet, and A. Woo. 2015. The Walking Renaissance: A longitudinal analysis of walking travel in the greater Los Angeles area, USA. Sustainability 7 (7): 8985-9011.
Liu, Ning, Shui-Yan Tang, Xueyong Zhan, and Carlos Wing-Hung Lo. 2015. Political Commitment, Policy Ambiguity, and Corporate Environmental Practices. Policy Studies Journal.
Liu, N., SY Tang, CWH Lo, and XY Zhan. 2016. Stakeholder Demands and Corporate Environmental Coping Strategies in China. Journal of Environmental Management 165 : 140-9.
Marvel, J. D., & Resh, W. G. (2015). Bureaucratic Discretion, Client Demographics, and Representative Bureaucracy. The American Review of Public Administration, 45(3), 281-310.
McCann, P. J. C. (2015). The Strategic Use of Congressional Intergovernmental Delegation. The Journal of Politics, 77(3), 620-634.
McCann, P. J. C., Shipan, C. R., & Volden, C. (2015). Top-Down Federalism: State Policy Responses to National Government Discussions. Publius: The Journal of Federalism. First published online April 2, 2015, print forthcoming.
Musso, J., & Weare, C. (2015). From Participatory Reform to Social Capital: Micro‐Motives and the Macro‐Structure of Civil Society Networks. Public Administration Review, 75(1), 150-164.
Nixon, H., Boarnet, M., Houston, D., & Spears, S. (2015). Changes in Transit Use and Service and Associated Changes in Driving Near a New Light Rail Transit Line, MTI Report 12-44. Mineta Transportation Institute Publications.
Rajan, R., and R. Ramcharan. 2015. The Anatomy of a Credit Crisis: The boom and bust in farm land prices in the united states in the 1920s. American Economic Review 105 (4): 1439-77.
Schweitzer, Lisa. 2015. Majoritarian Cities: Policy making and inequality in urban politics, by Neil Kraus. (2013). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 288 pages. $65.00 (hardcover). Journal of the American Planning Association: 3-.
Sloane, David C. 2015. The Folklore of the Freeway: Race and revolt in the modernist city, by Eric Avila. (2014). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 248 pages. $24.95 (paperback). Journal of the American Planning Association 81 (1): 77-
Tang, S., Li, P. H., Fryxell, G. E., & Lo, C. W. (2015). Enterprise-Level Motivations, Regulatory Pressures, and Corporate Environmental Management in Guangzhou, China. Environmental Management. First published online May 7, 2015, print forthcoming.
Political Commitment, Policy Ambiguity, and Corporate Environmental Practices. Policy Studies Journal; September 2015.;
Yee, Wai-Hang, Shui-Yan Tang, and Carlos Wing-Hung Lo. 2016;2014. Regulatory compliance when the rule of law is weak: Evidence from china’s environmental reform. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory : J-PART 26 (1): 95-.
Zhan, Xueyong, and Shui-Yan Tang. 2016. Understanding the implications of government ties for nonprofit operations and functions. Public Administration Review.
Aguila, E. (2014). Male Labor Force Participation and Social Security in Mexico. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 13(02), 145-171.
Aguila, E., Hurd, M. D., & Rohwedder, S. (2014). How Do Management Fees Affect Retirement Wealth Under Mexico’s Personal Retirement Accounts System? Latin American Policy, 5(2), 331-350.
Boarnet, M. (2014). National Transportation Planning: Lessons from the U.S. Interstate Highways. Transport Policy, 31, 73-82.
Bostic, R. W., & Ellen, I. G. (2014). Introduction: Special Issue on Housing Policy in the United States. Journal of Housing Economics, 24, 1-3.
Chen, A., Boarnet, M., & Partridge, M. (2014). Regional Competition, Agglomeration, and Housing Markets in China. Journal of Regional Science, 54(4), 547-549.
Choi, T., & Robertson, P. J. (2014). Caucuses in Collaborative Governance: Modeling the Effects of Structure, Power, and Problem Complexity. International Public Management Journal, 17(2), 224-254.
Doherty, K., & Pevnick, R. (2014). Are There Good Procedural Objections To Judicial Review? The Journal of Politics, 76(01), 86-97.
Duquette, N. J. (2014). Revealing the Relationship Between Ship Crowding and Slave Mortality. The Journal of Economic History, 74(02), 535-552.
Duquette, N. J., & Bailey, M. J. (2014). How Johnson Fought the War On Poverty: The Economics and Politics of Funding at the Office of Economic Opportunity. The Journal of Economic History, 74(02), 351-388.
Esparza, N., Walker, E. T., & Rossman, G. (2014). Trade Associations and the Legitimation of Entrepreneurial Movements: Collective Action in the Emerging Gourmet Food Truck Industry. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 43(2), 143S-162S.
Houston, D., Luong, T. T., & Boarnet, M. (2014). Tracking Daily Travel; Assessing Discrepancies between GPS-Derived and Self-Reported Travel Patterns. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 48, 97-108.
Liu, S., Murray-Tuite, P., & Schweitzer, L. (2014). Incorporating Household Gathering and Mode Decisions in Large‐Scale No‐Notice Evacuation Modeling. Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 29(2), 107-122.
Lowery, B. C., & Sloane, D. (2014). The Prevalence of Harmful Content on Outdoor Advertising in Los Angeles: Land Use, Community Characteristics, and the Spatial Inequality of a Public Health Nuisance. American Journal of Public Health, 104(4), 658-664.
Resh, W. G. (2014). Appointee-Careerist Relations in the Presidential Transition of 2008‐2009. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 44(4), 697-723.
Resh, W. G., Siddiki, S., & McConnell, W. R. (2014). Does The Network Centrality Of Government Actors Matter? Examining the Role of Government Organizations in Aquaculture Partnerships. Review of Policy Research, 31(6), 584-609.
Schweitzer, L. (2014). Planning and Social Media: A Case Study of Public Transit and Stigma on Twitter. Journal of the American Planning Association, 80(3), 218-238.
Sloane, D., Hennigan, K. M., Maxson, C. L., Kathy A, & Vindel, F. (2014). Identifying High-Risk Youth for Secondary Gang Prevention. Journal of Crime and Justice, 37(1), 104-128.
Tang, C., & Tang, S. (2014). Managing Incentive Dynamics for Collaborative Governance in Land and Ecological Conservation. Public Administration Review, 74(2), 220-231.
Tang, S., Callahan, R. F., & Pisano, M. (2014). Using Common-Pool Resource Principles to Design Local Government Fiscal Sustainability. Public Administration Review, 74(6), 791-803.
Tinoco, E. M. (2014). Student Veterans in Higher Education: A Transitional Challenge. Community Investments, 26(3), 28.
Van Wee, B., & Boarnet, M. (2014). Reaction to the Paper Tempest in a Teapot: The Exaggerated Problem of Transport-Related Residential Self-Selection as a Source of Error in Empirical Studies. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 7(3), 81-86.
Weare, C., Lichterman, P., & Esparza, N. (2014). Collaboration and Culture: Organizational Culture and the Dynamics of Collaborative Policy Networks. Policy Studies Journal, 42(4), 590-619.
Yee, W., Tang, S., & Lo, C. W. (2014). Regulatory Compliance When The Rule Of Law Is Weak: Evidence from China’s Environmental Reform. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. First published online June 12, 2014.
Zhan, X., Lo, C. W., & Tang, S. (2014). Contextual Changes and Environmental Policy Implementation: A Longitudinal Study of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Guangzhou, China. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 24(4), 1005-1035.
Aguila, E., Escarce, J., Leng, M., & Morales, L. (2013). Health Status and Behavioral Risk Factors in Older Adult Mexicans and Mexican Immigrants to the United States. Journal of Aging and Health, 25(1), 136-158.
Aguila, E., & Zissimopoulos, J. (2013). Retirement and Health Benefits for Mexican Migrant Workers Returning From the United States. International Social Security Review, 66(2), 101-125.
Aguila, E., & Zissimopoulos, J. (2013). Ruhestands- und Gesundheitsleistungen fur aus den Vereinigten Staaten zuruckkehrende mexikanische Arbeitsmigranten. Internationale Revue fur Soziale Sicherheit, 66(2), 115–143. https://doi.org/10.1111/issg.12023
Aguila, Emma. Non-contributory pension programs and frailty of older adults: Evidence from Mexico. PLoS One. 2018;13(11). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0206792
Boarnet, M. (2013). The Declining Role Of The Automobile And The Re‐Emergence Of Place In Urban Transportation: The Past Will Be Prologue. Regional Science Policy & Practice, 5(2), 237-253.
Boarnet, M., Spears, S., & Houston, D. (2013). Illuminating the Unseen in Transit Use: A Framework for Examining the Effect of Attitudes and Perceptions on Travel Behavior. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 58, 40-53.
Bostic, R. W., & McFarlane, A. (2013). The Proposed Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Regulatory Impact Analysis. Journal of Policy Development and Research, 15(3), 257.
Carrillo, P., Cellini, S. R., & Green, R. K. (2013). School Quality and Information Disclosure: Evidence from the Housing Market. Economic Inquiry, 51(3), 1809-1828.
Choi, T., & Robertson, P. J. (2013). Deliberation and Decision in Collaborative Governance: A Simulation of Approaches to Mitigate Power Imbalance. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 24 (2), 495-518.
Esparza, N., & Jeon, S. H. (2013). Interlocking Boards of Trustees and Grant Acquisition among Homeless Service Organizations. Public Performance & Management Review, 36(4), 637-664.
Jeon, S. H., & Robertson, P. J. (2013). Should I Stay or Should I Go: The Impact of Public Duty Motivation on Turnover Intentions. The Korean Journal of Policy Studies, 28(2), 1-24.
Jun, K., & Musso, J. (2013). Participatory Governance and the Spatial Representation of Neighborhood Issues. Urban Affairs Review, 49(1), 71-110.
Mazmanian, D. A., Jurewitz, J., & Nelson, H. (2013). A Governing Framework for Climate Change Adaptation in the Built Environment. Ecology and Society, 18(4), 56.
Mazmanian, D. A., Jurewitz, J., & Nelson, H. (2013). The Paradox of “Acting Globally While Thinking Locally” Discordance in Climate Change Adaption Policy. Journal of Environment & Development, 22(2), 186-206.
Pan, H., Bartolome, C., Gutierrez, E., Princevac, M., Edwards, R., Boarnet, M., & Houston, D. (2013). Investigation of Roadside Fine Particulate Matter Concentration Surrounding Major Arterials in Five Southern Californian Cities. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 63(4), 482-498.
Resh, W. G., & Pitts, D. W. (2013). No Solutions, Only Trade‐Offs? Evidence about Goal Conflict in Street‐Level Bureaucracies. Public Administration Review, 73(1), 132-142.
Ross, J. M., Hall, J. C., & Resh, W. G. (2013). Frictions in Polycentric Administration with Non-congruent Borders: Evidence from Ohio School District Class Sizes. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 24(3), 623.
Yee, W., Lo, C. W., & Tang, S. (2013). Assessing Ecological Modernization in China: Stakeholder Demands and Corporate Environmental Management Practices in Guangdong Province. The China Quarterly, 213, 101-129.
Zhan, X., & Tang, S. (2013). Political Opportunities, Resource Constraints and Policy Advocacy of Environmental NGOs in China. Public Administration Review, 91(2), 381-399.
Bostic, R. W., Chomsisengphet, S., Engel, K. C., McCoy, P. A., Pennington-Cross, A., & Wachter, S. (2012). Mortgage Product Substitution and State Anti-Predatory Lending Laws: Better Loans and Better Borrowers? Atlantic Economic Journal, 40(3), 273-294.
Bostic, R. W., Thornton, R. L., Rudd, E. C., & Sternthal, M. J. (2012). Health in All Policies: The Role of the Us Department Of Housing And Urban Development and Present and Future Challenges. Health Affairs, 31(9), 2130-2137.
Bryer, T. A., & Cooper, T. L. (2012). H. George Frederickson and the Dialogue on Citizenship in Public Administration. Public Administration Review, 72(S1), S108-S116.
Joh, K., Nguyen, M. T., & Boarnet, M. (2012). Can Built and Social Environmental Factors Encourage Walking Among Individuals With Negative Walking Attitudes? Journal of Planning Education and Research, 32(2), 219-236.
Lacour‐Little, M., Park, Y. W., & Green, R. K. (2012). Parameter Stability and the Valuation of Mortgages and Mortgage‐Backed Securities. Real Estate Economics, 40(1), 23-63.
Lewis, L. B., Robertson, P. J., Sloane, D., Lee, H., Galloway-Gilliam, L., & Nomachi, J. (2012). Trust In A Cross-Sectoral Interorganizational Network: An Empirical Investigation Of Antecedents. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 41(4), 609-631.
Lewis, L. B., Sloane, D., Robertson, P. J., Nomachi, J., & Galloway-Gilliam, L. (2012). Developing Networks for Community Change: Exploring the Utility of Network Analysis. Community Development, 43(2), 187-208.
Liu, S., Murray-Tuite, P., & Schweitzer, L. (2012). Analysis of Child Pick-Up during Daily Routines and For Daytime No-Notice Evacuations. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 46(1), 48-67.
Maggioni, E., Nelson, H., & Mazmanian, D. A. (2012). Industry Influence in Stakeholder‐Driven State Climate Change Planning Efforts. Policy Studies Journal, 40(2), 234-255.
Resh, W. G., & Marvel, J. D. (2012). Loopholes to Load-Shed: Contract Management Capacity, Representative Bureaucracy, and Goal Displacement in Federal Procurement Decisions. International Public Management Journal, 15(4), 525-547.
Robertson, P. J., & Choi, T. (2012). Deliberation, Consensus, and Stakeholder Satisfaction: A Simulation of Collaborative Governance. Public Management Review, 14(1), 83-103.
Salon, D., Boarnet, M., Handy, S., Spears, S., & Tal, G. (2012). How Do Local Actions Affect VMT? A Critical Review of the Empirical Evidence. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 17(7), 495-508.
Tang, S., Francesch-Huidobro, M., & Lo, C. W. (2012). The Local Environmental Regulatory Regime in China: Changes in Pro-Environment Orientation, Institutional Capacity, and External Political Support in Guangzhou. Environment and Planning, 44(10), 2493.
Tang, S., Zhan, X., & Bao, Y. (2012). Towards a Rule-Ordered Society: A Research and Practical Framework for Public Governance Transition in China. Fudan Public Administration Review, 2, 006.
Zhou, J., Wang, Y., & Schweitzer, L. (2012). Jobs/Housing Balance and Employer-Based Travel Demand Management Program Returns to Scale: Evidence from Los Angeles. Transport Policy, 20, 22-35.
Bertelli, A. M. (2011). Federalist No. 41: Does Polarization Inhibit Coordination? Public Administration Review, 71, S62-S67.
Bertelli, A. M., & Grose, C. R. (2011). The Lengthened Shadow of another Institution? Ideal Point Estimates for the Executive Branch and Congress. American Journal of Political Science, 55(4), 767-781.
Boarnet, M. (2011). A Broader Context for Land Use and Travel Behavior, and a Research Agenda. Journal of the American Planning Association, 77(3), 197-213.
Boarnet, M., Forsyth, A., Day, K., & Oakes, J. M. (2011). The Street Level Built Environment and Physical Activity and Walking: Results of a Predictive Validity Study For the Irvine Minnesota Inventory. Environment and Behavior, 43(6), 735-775.
Boarnet, M., Houston, D., Edwards, R., Princevac, M., Ferguson, G., Pan, H., & Bartolome, C. (2011). Fine Particulate Concentrations On Sidewalks In Five Southern California Cities. Atmospheric Environment, 45(24), 4025-4033.
Callahan, R. F. (2011). America’s Engagement in Iraq: Insights and Implications for Public Management Research. Public Management Review, 13(1), 175-184.
Green, R.K. (2011). Housing Finance Reform: Should There be a Government Guarantee. Quarterly Journal of Finance, 1(4):811-822.
Ju, C. B., & Tang, S. (2011). Path Dependence, Critical Junctures, and Political Contestation: The Developmental Trajectories of Environmental NGOs in South Korea. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 40(6), 1048-1072.
Ju, C. B., & Tang, S. (2011). External Legitimacy, Goal Congruence and Collective Resistance Environmental NGOs and Land Use Politics in South Korea. Urban Studies, 48(4), 811-825.
Krieger, M. H. (2011). Commentary: Lessons from Charles Marville- Preserving Detail in Media Documentation of Cities, Studying That Detail in Urban Research. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 31(2), 217-219.
Musso, J., Weare, C., Bryer, T. A., & Cooper, T. L. (2011). Toward “Strong Democracy” In Global Cities? Social Capital Building, Theory-Driven Reform, And The Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Experience. Public Administration Review, 71(1), 102-111.
Suárez, D. F. (2011). Collaboration and Professionalization: The Contours of Public Sector Funding For Nonprofit Organizations. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 21(2), 307-326.
Suárez, D. F., & Lee, Y. (2011). Participation and Policy: Foundation Support for Community Organizing and Civic Engagement in the United States. Public Management Review, 13(8), 1117-1138.
Tang, C., Tang, S., & Chiu, C. (2011). Inclusion, Identity, and Environmental Justice in New Democracies: The Politics of Pollution Remediation in Taiwan. Comparative Politics, 43(3), 333-350.
Tang, S. (2011). Review of Self-Organizing Federalism: Collaborative Mechanisms to Mitigate Institutional Collective Action Dilemmas, Edited By Richard C. Feiock and John T. Scholz. Publius: Journal of Federalism, 41(2), 357-359.
Tang, S., Mazmanian, D. A., & Zhan, X. (2011). Understanding Collaborative Governance from the Rational Choice Perspective (in Chinese). Fudan Public Administration Review, 7, 3-25.
Wang, L., Graddy, E. A., & Morgan, D. (2011). The Development of Community-Based Foundations in East Asia. Public Management Review, 13(8), 1155-1178.
Bertelli, A. M. (2010). Envisioning Public Administration as a Scholarly Field in 2020: The Importance of Political Environments. Public Administration Review, 70, S307-S308.
Bostic, R. W. (2010). Review of Financing Low‐Income Communities: Models, Obstacles, and Future Directions, Edited By Julia Sass Rubin. Journal of Regional Science, 50(2), 678-679.
Callahan, R. F., Pisano, M., & Linder, A. (2010). Leadership and Strategy: A Comparison of the Outcomes and Institutional Designs of the Alameda Corridor and Alameda Corridor East Projects. Public Works Management & Policy, 14(3), 263-287.
Graddy, E. A., & Bostic, R. W. (2010). The Role of Private Agents in Affordable Housing Policy. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 20(Supplement I), I81-I99.
Thomas Mitchell, Stephen Malpezzi and Richard K. Green. 2010. Forced Sale Risk: Class, Race and the Double Discount. Florida State Law Review, 37(3): 589-658.
Little, R. G. (2010). Toward A New Federal Role In Infrastructure Investment: Using U.S. Sovereign Wealth To Rebuild America. Public Works Management & Policy, 14(3), 288-306.
Tang, C., & Tang, S. (2010). Institutional Adaptation and Community-Based Conservation of Natural Resources: The Cases of the Tao and Atayal in Taiwan. Human Ecology, 38(1), 101-111.
Tang, S., Lo, C. W., & Fryxell, G. E. (2010). Governance Reform, External Support, and Environmental Regulation Enforcement in Rural China: The Case of Guangdong Province. Journal of Environmental Management, 91(10), 2008-2018.
Wing-Hung Lo, C., Fryxell, G. E., & Tang, S. (2010). Stakeholder Pressures From Perceived Environmental Impacts And The Effect On Corporate Environmental Management Programmes In China. Environmental Politics, 19(6), 888-909.
An, X., & Bostic, R. W. (2009). Policy Incentives and the Extension of Mortgage Credit: Increasing Market Discipline for Subprime Lending. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 28(3), 340-365.
Bostic, R. W., Gabriel, S., & Painter, G. (2009). Housing Wealth, Financial Wealth, and Consumption: New Evidence from Micro Data. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 39(1), 79-89.
Denhardt, J., Terry, L., Delacruz, E. R., & Andonoska, L. (2009). Barriers to Citizen Engagement in Developing Countries. International Journal of Public Administration, 32(14), 1268-1288.
Graddy, E. A. (2009). Cross-Sectoral Governance and Performance in Service Delivery. International Review of Public Administration, 13, 61-73.
Green, Richard K. 2009. Comments on “Three Initiatives Enhancing the Mortgage Market” and “Monoline Regulations to Control Systemic Risk.” B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. Vol. 9: Issue 3 (Symposium), Article 18.
Jung, Y., Mazmanian, D. A., & Tang, S. (2009). Collaborative Governance in the United States and Korea: Cases in Negotiated Policymaking and Service Delivery. International Review of Public Administration, 13, 1-11.
Kelleher, C. A., & Yackee, S. W. (2009). A Political Consequence of Contracting: Organized Interests and State Agency Decision Making. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19(3), 579-602.
Moody, M. (2009). Everyone Will Get Better Together: How Those Responsible for California’s Bay-Delta Water System Understand Collaboration. International Review of Public Administration, 13, 13-32.
Schweitzer, L., & Kim, S. (2009). Environmental Justice and Collaborative Governance: Building a Socio-Spatial Perspective for Facility Siting. International Review of Public Administration, 13, 45-59.
Tang, S., & Lo, C. W. (2009). The Political Economy of Service Organization Reform in China: An Institutional Choice Analysis. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19(4), 731-767.
An, X., & Bostic, R. W. (2008). GSE Activity, FHA Feedback, and Implications for the Efficacy of the Affordable Housing Goals. The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 36(2), 207-231.
Bostic, R. W., Engel, K. C., McCoy, P. A., Pennington-Cross, A., & Wachter, S. (2008). State and Local Anti-Predatory Lending Laws: The Effect of Legal Enforcement Mechanisms. Journal of Economics and Business, 60(1), 47-66.
Bostic, R. W., & Lee, K. O. (2008). Mortgages, Risk, and Homeownership among Low-And Moderate-Income Families. The American Economic Review, 98 (2), 310-314.
Curtin, G. (2008). Global E-Government Survey 2008. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Public Administration and Development Management, United Nations. First published online May 14, 2008.
Green, Richard K. 2008. Imperfect Information and the Housing Finance Crisis: A Descriptive Overview. Journal of Housing Economics. 17(4):262-271.
Lim, J. H., & Tang, S. (2008). Urban E-Government Initiatives and Environmental Decision Performance in Korea. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 18(1), 109-138.
Mazmanian, D. A., Jurewitz, J., & Nelson, H. (2008). California’s Climate Change Policy: The Case of a Subnational State Actor Tackling a Global Challenge. The Journal of Environment & Development, 17(4), 401-423.
Bostic, R. W., An, X., Deng, Y., & Gabriel, S. A. (2007). GSE Loan Purchases, the FHA, and Housing Outcomes in Targeted, Low-Income Neighborhoods. Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs, Brookings Institute Press, 205-256.
Callahan, R. F. (2007). Governance: The Collision of Politics and Cooperation. Public Administration Review, 67(2), 290-301.
Bradley, D., Green, R. K., and Surette, B. 2007. The Impacts of Remittances, Residency Status and Financial Attachment on Housing Tenure for Mexican-heritage Americans: Inferences from a New Survey. Real Estate Economics, 35:4, 451-478.
Green, Richard K., and Patric H. Hendershott. (2007). Separating the impacts of age and birth date on retail sales. Journal of Shopping Center Research, 14 (1):1-16.
Yikang Liu, George Jabbour and Richard K. Green. 2007. The Performance of Default Risk Structural Models on Commercial Mortgages: An Empirical Investigation. Journal of Fixed Income, 17(2): 63-76.
Bostic, R. W., & Gabriel, S. A. (2006). Do The GSEs Matter To Low-Income Housing Markets? An Assessment of the Effects of the GSE Loan Purchase Goals on California Housing Outcomes. Journal of Urban Economics, 59(3), 458-475.
Bostic, R. W., & Prohofsky, A. C. (2006). Enterprise Zones And Individual Welfare: A Case Study Of California*. Journal of Regional Science, 46(2), 175-203.
Black, H. A., Bostic, R. W., Robinson, B. L., & Schweitzer, R. L. (2005). Do CRA‐Related Events Affect Shareholder Wealth? The Case of Bank Mergers. The Financial Review, 40(4), 575-586.
Bostic, R. W., Avery, R. B., & Canner, G. B. (2005). Assessing the Necessity and Efficiency of the Community Reinvestment Act. Housing Policy Debate, 16(1), 143-172.
Bostic, R. W., & Martin, R. W. (2005). Have Anti-Discrimination Housing Laws Worked? Evidence from Trends in Black Homeownership. The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 31(1), 5-26.
Bostic, R. W., & Robinson, B. L. (2005). What Makes Community Reinvestment Act Agreements Work? A Study of Lender Responses. Housing Policy Debate, 16(3-4), 513-545.
Green, R.K., & Wachter, S. M., (2005). The US Mortgage in Historical and International Contexts. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 19:4, 93-114.
Green, R.K., Malpezzi, S., & Mayo, S. 2005. Metropolitan-specific Estimates of Price Elasticity of Supply of Housing, and Their Sources. American Economic Review, 95:2, 334-339.