Most Recent Publications of Faculty in the School of Public Policy
Emerson, Patrick. (2015). “Bricks, Mortar and Wedding Bells: Does the Cost of Housing Affect the Marriage Rate in the US?” with Simon
W. Bowmaker. Eastern Economic Journal. Summer 2015, Vol. 41, pp. 411-429.
Färe, Rolf, B.M. Balk, G. Karagiannis. (2015). “On Directional Scale Elasticity,” Journal of Productivity Analysis, 99-104.
Grosskopf, Shawna, R. Färe, C. Pasurka. (2016). "Technical Change and Pollution Abatement Costs." European Journal of Operational Research, 248:2. 715-724.
Marshall, Kandice, S. Riche, R. Seeley, and P. Westcott. (2015.) "Effects of Recent Energy Price Reductions on
U.S. Agriculture, BIO-04," U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
Meng, Qinglai, Jianpo Xue. (2015). “Balanced-budget consumption taxes and aggregate stability in a small open economy.” Economics Letters, Vol. 137, December, 214-217.
Pugatch, Todd, Sarah Bohn. (2015). “U.S. Border Enforcement and Mexican Immigrant Location Choice.” Demography, October.
Thompson, Paul, Cassie Guarino, Michelle Maxeld, Mark Reckase, Je Wooldridge. (2015). "An Evaluation of Empirical Bayes's Estimation of Value-Added Teacher Performance Measures." Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 40(2), 190-222.
Li, Hua-Yu. (2015). “From Revolutionary Party to Ruling Party: The CCP’s Adoption of the Soviet Governmental Structure in the Early 1950s,” Special Issue, Modern China Studies, online version, October 2014; printed version, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 29-44.
Weber, Edward. 2015 “The Adaptive Venue Shopping Framework: How Emergent Groups Choose Environmental Policymaking Venues,” with Aaron Ley (lead), Environmental Politics 24 (5).
Wolters, E.A. & Steel, B.S. (2015). “Cheatgrass Empire: Lands as a Contested Resource,” Dennis Judd and Stephanie Witt, eds. Cities, Sagebrush, and Solitude: Urbanization and Cultural Conflict in the Great Basin. Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press.
Ferreira, M.A., Pereira da Silva, C., Campbell, H.V., Conway, Flaxen, Andrade, F., and D. Johnson. (2015.) "Gold Rush or Pandora’s Box? Toward a Transparent and Measured Approach to Marine Spatial Planning in Portugal." The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law. 30:1-27.
Perry, E. E., Needham, M. D., Cramer, Lori A., & Rosenberger, R. S. (2014). Coastal resident knowledge of new marine reserves in Oregon: The impact of proximity and attachment. Ocean and Coastal Management, 95(8), 107-116.
Crawford, Seth. (2014.) “Estimating the Quasi-Underground: Oregon’s Informal Marijuana Economy.” Humboldt Journal of Social Relations. 36: 108-126.
Alexandre, Patricia M., Miranda H. Mockrin, Susan I. Stewart, Roger B. Hammer, and Volker C. Radeloff. (2015), “Rebuilding and new housing development after wildfire.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 24(1):138–149.
Hurst, Allison. (2015). “Great Expectations: Classed Outcomes of Liberal Arts College Graduates,” in: Stitch, Amy, Carrie Freie (Eds.). Inequality of Access, Opportunity, and Outcome: Readings on the Working Class in Higher Education. New York: Routledge.
Kretschmer, Kelsy. 2014. “Shifting Boundaries and Splintering Movements: Abortion Rights in the Feminist and New Right Movements.” Sociological Forum 29: 893-915.
Lach, Denise, Dan Calvert. (2014.) "Designing an Agency to Manage a Wicked Water Problem: The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board." Pp 96-118 in Meijerink and Hitema, Editors. The Politics of River Basin Organizations. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
Plaza, Dwaine. (2014). “Roti and Doubles as Comfort Foods for the Trinidadian Diaspora in Canada, the United States, and Britain” Social Research: An International Quarterly, Vol. 81, No.2, pp. 463-488.
Spalding, Ana K, Suman, Daniel O., Mellado Maria E. (2015.) "Navigating the evolution of marine policy in Panama: Current policies and community responses in the Pearl Islands and Bocas del Toro Archipelagos of Panama." Marine Policy 62: 161-168.
Jayakumar, U. M., Vue, Rican, Allen, W. R. (2013). "Pathways to college for Young Black Scholars: A community cultural wealth perspective." The Harvard Educational Review, 83(4), 551-57.