Faculty Research

2020

Books

  1. Rassel, G., Leland, S. Mohr, Z. O’Sullivan E. (2021). Research Methods for Public Administrators. Routledge Taylor & Francis: New York, NY. Released in 2020.

Book Chapters

  1. Barth, T. and Hamel, Justin. Truth in Advertising:  Understanding the Degrees in Public Affairs Programs." in McDonald, Bruce and Hatcher, William. The Public Affairs Faculty Manual: A Guide to the Effective Management of Public Affairs Programs.  Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  2. Pettijohn, S. L. & Carman, J. G. (2021). Using cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses in the community context. In R. P. Kilmer & J. R. Cook (Eds.). Evaluation research: Partnership approaches for community change. (pp.214-235). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Atkinson, Mary Layton. (2020). “Gender and Policy Agendas in the Post-War House.” Policy Studies Journal. 48(1): 133-156.
  2. Barth, T., Combs, J., Gonyar, C., Kiley, S. and Staley, K. (2020). "Government Response to COVID-19: Gaps Revealed." Journal of Emergency Management. Accepted for publication.
  3. Barth, T. (2020). "Local Leaders as Bridgebuilders." National Civic Review. 108(4).
  4. Batista Pereira, Frederico. (2020). "Assessing Political Knowledge Scales Across Countries: Evidence from Latin America. " Revista Latinoamericana de Opinión Pública, 9 (!): 37-66.
  5. Batista Pereira, Frederico. (2020). “Do Female Politicians Face Stronger Backlash for Corruption Allegations? Evidence from Survey-experiments in Brazil and Mexico.” Political Behavior, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11109-020-09602-9
  6. Batista Pereira, Frederico and Nathália Porto. (2020). Gender Attitudes and Public Opinion Towards Gender Quotas in Brazil,” Political Psychology, 41 (5). doi: 10.1111/pops.12655
  7. Batista Pereira, Frederico. (2020). Non Causa Pro Causa: The Left-Right Vote in Brazil. (in Portuguese) Opinião Pública, 26 (2): 154-179.
  8. Hughes, Janet, Ethan Plaut, Feng Wang, Elizabeth von Briesen, Cheryl Brown, Gerry Cross, Viraj Kumar, Paul Myers. (2020). “Global and Local Agendas of Computing Ethics Education,” ITiCSE '20: Proceedings of the 2020 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, June 2020, pp. 239–245. https://doi.org/10.1145/3341525.3387423
  9. Chattopadhyay, Jacqueline. (2020). "Political Impediments to Aging in Place: The Example of Informal Caregiving Policy." Public Policy & Aging Report 30 (2): 56 – 61.
  10. Dai, Yaoyao and Luwei Luqiu. (2020). “Camouflaged Propaganda: A Survey Experiment on Political Native Advertising.” Research & Politics, 7 (3): 1 – 10.. https://doi.org/10.1177/2053168020935250
  11. Raudla, Ringa, and James W. Douglas. (2020). “This Time was Different: The Budgetary Responses to the Pandemic-induced Crisis in Estonia.” Public Budgeting, Accounting, & Financial Management, 32 (5): 847-854.
  12. Douglas, James W., and Ringa Raudla. (2020). “What is the Remedy for State and Local Fiscal Squeeze During the COVID-19 Recession? More Debt, and that is Okay.” American Review of Public Administration, 50 (6-7): 584-589
  13. Douglas, James, Ringa Raudla, and Jason Windett. (2020). “Comparative Analysis of Financial Bureaucracies of Europe: The Influence of Policy Sector vs Administrative Tradition on the Attitudes of Finance Officials.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. Published online December 28, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/13876988.2020.1820867
  14. Douglas, James W., and Ringa Raudla. (2020). “Who is Afraid of the Big Bad Debt? A Modern Money Theory Perspective on Federal Deficits and Debt.” Lead article in Public Budgeting & Finance, 40 (3): 6-25.
  15. Douglas, James W., and Robert S. Kravchuk. (2020). “Introduction to Symposium: Modern Money Theory and Public Budgeting and Finance. Public Budgeting & Finance, 40 (3) 3-5.
  16. Giersch, Jason, Martha Kropf, and Elizabeth Stearns, (2020). “Unequal Returns to Education: How Women Teachers Narrow the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge among Students.” The Journal of Politics, 82 (2): 781-785.
  17. Heberlig, Eric S. and Bruce A. Larson. (2020). "Gender and Small Contributions:  Fundraising by the Democratic Freshman Class of 2018 in the 2020 Election."  Society 57: 534-539. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12115-020-00528-w
  18. Knight, Amber. And Joshua Miller. (2021) “Prenatal Genetic Screening, Epistemic Justice, and Reproductive Autonomy.” Hypatia. 36(1): 1-21.
  19. Knight, Amber. (2020). "Unfinished Business: Deinstitutionalization and Medicaid Policy." Politics, Groups, and Identities. 9 (2): 395-408. DOI: 10.1080/21565503.2020.1854324
  20. Knight, Amber. (2020). "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Disability, and the Politics of Recognition." Disability Studies Quarterly 40 (4)   DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v40i4.7109
  21. Knight, Amber. (2020). “Disabling Ideal Theory.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 8 (2): 373-389 (published online 2018).
  22. Kropf, Martha. (2020). "A Republic if You Can Keep Its Elections Secure, Accurate, and Fair: Part of a Special Symposium on Election Sciences." American Politics Research 45(6): 667-669.
  23. Kropf, Martha, JoEllen V. Pope, Mary Jo Shepherd, and Zachary Mohr. (2020). “Making Every Vote Count: The Important Role of Managerial Capacity in Achieving Better Election Administration Outcomes.” Public Administration Review, 80 (5):733-742.
  24. Goodman, C., Leland, S., & Smirnova, O. (2021). The Consequences of Specialised Governance on Spending and Expansion of Public Transit.” Local Government Studies, 47 (2): 296-311. First published online April 8, 2020.
  25. Leland, Suzanne, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, Cherie Maestas, and Jaclyn Piatak. (2021). "Policy Venue Preference and Relative Trust in Government in a Federal System." Governance, 34 (2): 373-393. First published May 19, 2020.
  26. Mohr, Z., Douglas, J., & Raudla, R. (2020) Comparing Cost Accounting Use across European Countries: The role of history, region, and fiscal stress. Public Administration Review, 81(2): 299-307. https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.1316
  27. Mohr, Zachary, JoEllen V. Pope, Martha Kropf, Mary Jo Shepherd, and Ahmad Hill.* (*Undergraduate student) (2020). “Evaluating the Recessionary Impact on Election Administration Budgeting and Spending.” Symposium on Election Science, American Politics Research 48(6): 709-713.
  28. Piatak, J., & Pettijohn, S. (2021). "Within Source Diversification When the Going Gets Tough: Examining Alterations to Human Service Nonprofit Funding by Levels of Government," in the Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 44(1): 45-66. (Accepted in 2020.)
  29. Piatak, J.S. & Holt, S.B. (2020), Disentangling Altruism and Public Service Motivation: Who Exhibits Organizational Citizenship Behavior? Public Managment Review, 22(7):949-973.
  30. Piatak, J., Sowa, J., Jacobson, W. & McGinnis, Johnson, J. (2020). Infusing Public Service Motivation (PSM) Throughout the Employment Relationship: A Review of PSM and the Human Resource Management Process. International Public Management Journal.
  31. Piatak, Jaclyn S., James W. Douglas, and Ringa Raudla. (2020). “The Role Perceptions of Governmental Professionals: The Effects of Gender, Educational Field, and Prior Job Sector.” Public Management Review, 22 (10): 1515-1534.
  32. Piatak, Jaclyn., Mohr, Zachary. and McDonald, Jared. (2020). “Rule Formalization, Gender Congruence, and Rule Following: Examining Prosocial Rule Breaking for Internal and External Stakeholders,” International Public Management Journal doi.org/10.1080/10967494.2020.1790445
  33. Radford, Benjamin J. (2020). "Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Detection and Cross-Document Coreference Resolution of Militarized Interstate Disputes." Proceedings of the Workshop on Automated Extraction of Socio-political Events from News 2020. European Language Resources Association (ELRA). 35—41.
  34. Moyer, Laura, John Szmer, Susan B. Haire, and Robert K. Christensen. (2020). “Diversity, Consensus, and Decision Making: Evidence from the U.S. Courts of Appeals.” Politics, Groups, & Identities.8(4): 822-833.
  35. Doctor, Austin, and James Igoe Walsh. (2021). “The Coercive Logic of Militant Drone Use.” Parameters 51 (2): 73-84. (Accepted in 2020.)
  36. McDonald, Jared, and James Igoe Walsh. (2020). “The Costs of Conflict and Support for the Use of Force: Accounting for Information Equivalence in Survey Experiments.” Journal of Experimental Political Science.  Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 July 2020., pp. 1-8.
  37. Wellman, Elizabeth Iams, and Beth Elise Whitaker. (2021). “Diaspora Voting in Kenya: A Promised Denied.” African Affairs 120 (469): 199-217. (Accepted in 2020.)
  38. Whitaker, Beth Elise. (2020). “Refugees, Foreign Nationals, and Wageni: Comparing African Responses to Somali Migration.” African Studies Review 63 (1): 18-42.
  39. van der Haer, Roos, Christopher Faulkner, and Beth Elise Whitaker.( 2020). “Rebel Funding and Child Soldiers: Exploring the Relationship between Natural Resources and Forcible Recruitment.” European Journal of International Relations 26(1): 236-262.
  40. Mogbol, Louai*, Kartik Ravi*, Mirsad Hadzikadic, and Jason Windett. (2020). “Automated Data Extraction to Evaluate Courts of Last Resort in the American States’.” Journal on Policy and Complex Systems: 6(2). doi: 10.18278/jpcs.6.2.5 *Graduate Student

Non-Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Kropf, M. and Mohr, Z. (2020). Election Costs. In: Jones, M.P. (ed.) Voting and Political Representation in America: Issues and Trends ABC-CLIO.

Reports

  1. Carman, Joanne. Co-PI, Housing First Charlotte-Mecklenburg Research & Evaluation Final Report: Outcomes Evaluation & Service Utilization Study, November, 2020. https://ui.uncc.edu/story/housing-first-works-report-sheds-light-program-end-homelessness
  2. Carman, Joanne. Co-PI, Housing First Charlotte-Mecklenburg Research & Evaluation Final Report: Process Evaluation, September, 2020. https://ui.uncc.edu/story/housing-first-charlotte-mecklenburg-process-report

2019

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Atkinson, Mary Layton and Jason Harold Windett. (2019). “Gender Stereotypes and the Policy Priorities of Women in Congress.” Political Behavior 41(3): 769–789.
  2. Batista Pereira, Frederico. (2019). “Gendered Political Contexts and the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge.” The Journal of Politics 81(4): 1480 – 1493.
  3. S. Chen, A. Whiteman, A. Li, T. Rapp., E. Delmelle, G. Chen, C. Brown, P. Robinson, M. Coffman, D. Janies, and M. Dulin. (2019). “An Operational Machine Learning Approach to Predict Mosquito Abundance Based on Socioeconomic and Landscape Patterns.” Landscape Ecology 34(6): 1295–1311.
  4. Millesen, J. L., & Carman, J. G. (2019). “Building Capacity in Nonprofit Boards: Learning from Board Self-assessments.” Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs 5(1): 74-94.
  5. Parrott, A. & Carman, J. G. (2019). Scaling Up Programs: Reflections on the Importance of Process Evaluation.” Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation 34(1): 131-138.
  6. Chattopadhyay, Jacqueline. (2019). "Can Health Insurance Regulations Generate Citizen Constituencies?" Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 44(3): 455-478.
  7. Raudla, Ringa, Mohsin Bashir, and James W. Douglas. (2019). “The Punjab Revenue Authority: Meeting the Challenges of a New Institution.” Public Administration and Development 39(2): 78-88.
  8. Giersch, Jason. (2019). “‘Desperately Afraid of Losing White Parents’: Charter Schools and Segregation.” Race Ethnicity and Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/13613324.2019.1631780.
  9. Giersch, Jason. (2019). “Professors’ Politics and their Appeal as Instructors.” PS: Political Science & Politics, https://doi.org/10.1017/S104909651900194X.
  10. Giersch, Jason. (2019). “Punishing Campus Protesters Based on Ideology.” Research & Politics, 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1177/2053168019892129.
  11. Giersch, Jason, Martha Cecilia Bottia, Elizabeth Stearns, Roslyn Mickelson, and Stephanie Moller. 2019. “The Predictive Role of School Performance Indicators on Students’ College Achievement,” Educational Policy, https://doi.org/10.1177/0895904819857827.
  12. Hirsch, Mark A., Martha Kropf, Flora M. Hammond, Jason Karlawish, Lisa Schur, and Andrew Ball. 2019. “Voting Characteristics of Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury.” World Medical & Health Policy 11(1): 24 - 42. doi.org/10.1002/wmh3.296
  13. Leland, S.M., Read, D.& Pope, E. 2019. “Views from the Field: Economic Developer's Perceptions about the Formation of Public-Private Real Estate Development Partnerships.” Urban Affairs Review 32(4):435-458.
  14. Goodman, C. B., & Leland, S. M. 2019. “Do Cities and Counties Attempt to Circumvent Changes in Their Autonomy by Creating Special Districts?” The American Review of Public Administration 49(2), 203-217.
  15. Pope, J. V., & Leland, S. M. 2019. “Isn't a Flood a “Rainy Day?” Does the Political Nature of Disasters Impact the Use of States’ Rainy Day Funds?.” Social Science Quarterly, 100 (7), 2555-2566.https://doi.org/10.1111/ssqu.12663
  16. Read, D. & Leland, S.M. 2019. “A Gendered Perspective on Local Economic Development: Differences in the Perceived Importance of Public Services in the Business Recruitment Processes.” Administration & Society 51(2): 175-196.
  17. Mohr, Zachary. 2019. “The Kansas Budget Experience from 2012 to 2017.” Municipal Finance Journal 40(1&2): 49-76.
  18. Mohr, Zachary., Pope, J.V., Kropf, M.E., & Shepherd, M. 2019. “Strategic Spending: Does Politics Influence Election Administration Expenditure?” American Journal of Political Science 63(2): 427-438.
  19. Mitchell, D., & Mohr, Z. (2019) “Accountability in Public Management Networks: An Analysis of Cost Monitoring in Chicago Municipal Networks.” International Journal of Public Administration.  https://doi.org/10.1080/01900692.2018.1561714
  20. Piatak, J.S., Douglas, J.W., & Raudla, R. (2019) The Role Perceptions of Government Professionals: The Effects of Gender, Educational Field, and Prior Job Sector. Public Management Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2019.1642949
  21. Piatak, Jaclyn S,, and Holt, Stephen B. 2019. “Prosocial Behaviors: A Matter of Altruism or Public Service Motivation?” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 30(3): 504-518.
  22. Piatak, J., & Mohr, Z. 2019. “More Gender Bias in Academia? Examining the Influence of Gender and Formalization on Student Worker Rule Following.” Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.30636/jbpa.22.76
  23. LeRoux, K., Piatak, J., Romzek, B., & Johnston, J. 2019. “Informal Accountability in Children’s Service Networks: The Role of Frontline Workers.” Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 43(3): 188-204.
  24. Nelson, Ashley, and Piatak, Jaclyn. 2019. “Intersectionality, Leadership, and Inclusion: How do Racially Underrepresented Women Fare in the Federal Government?” Review of Public Personnel Administration 35: 146-168.
  25. Radford, Benjamin J. 2019. "Automated Dictionary Generation for Political Event Coding." Political Science Research and Methods. https://doi.org/10.1017/psrm.2019.1
  26. Radford, Benjamin J. 2019. "Multitask Models for Supervised Protest Detection in Texts." Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum 2019 Working Notes. 1(2380).
  27. Conrad, Justin M., Kevin T. Greene, James Igoe Walsh, and Beth Elise Whitaker, 2019. "Rebel Natural Resource Exploitation and Conflict Duration," Journal of Conflict Resolution, Peace Science Society (International) 63(3): 591-616.
  28. Webster, Kaitlyn, Chong Chen, and Kyle Beardsley. 2019. “Conflict, Peace, and the Evolution of Women’s Empowerment. International Organization 73(2): 255-289.
  29. Whitaker, Beth Elise, James Igoe Walsh, and Justin M. Conrad. 2019. “Natural Resource Exploitation and Sexual Violence by Rebel Groups.” Journal of Politics 81:2: 702-706.
  30. Cogley, Nathaniel, John Doces, and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2019. “Which Immigrants Should be Naturalized? Which Should be Deported? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Côte d’Ivoire.” Political Research Quarterly 72(3): 653-668.

Non-Peer Reviewed Aricles

  1. Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, Elizabeth Stearns, Martha Cecilia Bottia, Katherine Rainey, Melissa Dancy, Stephanie Moller, DeeDee Allen & Jason Giersch, “The Roots of Race, Class, and Gender Disparities in College STEM Outcomes in North Carolina,” Poverty & Race, September-December 2019. Publication of the Poverty & Race Research Action Council.

Book Chapters

  1. Douglas James W., and Ringa Raudla. 2019. “CBO Updated Forecasts: Do a Few Months Matter?” In The Palgrave Handbook of Government Budget Forecasting, ed. by Daniel Williams and Thad Calabrese, 133-152. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
  2. Knight, Amber. 2019. “Disability and the Meaning of Reproductive Liberty.” In Body Politics, First Edition, eds. by Nadia E. Brown and Sarah Allen Gershon, 67-83. New York: Routledge.
  3. Leland, Suzanne, and Smirnova, Olga V.  2019. “Contracting out in the Transit industry: Recent Perspectives of Transit Agency Managers.” In Building a Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure for Long-term Economic Growth.  ed. by Olga V. Smirnova, 217-235. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  4. Mohr, Zachary. 2019. “Cost Accounting Systems and Practices for Greater Operational and Financial Sustainability: A Framework for Understanding Costing Evolution and Connections to other Sustainability Strategies.” In Financial Sustainability of Public Sector Entities: The Relevance of Accounting Frameworks. eds. Josette Caruana et al, 145 – 164. Palgrave Macmillan.
  5. Mohr, Zachary, and Tonderai E. C. Mushipe. 2019. “Cost and Cost Policies in Airport Takeovers: Two Cases From North Carolina.” In Building a Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure for Long-term Economic Growth.  ed. by Olga V. Smirnova, 200 – 216. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

2018

Books

  1. Walsh, James Igoe, and Marcus Schultze. (2018). Drones and Support for the Use ofForce. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
  2. Whitaker, Beth Elise, and John F. Clark. (2018). Africa’s International Relations: Balancing Domestic and Global Interests. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Atkinson, Mary Layton. and Jason Harold Windett. “Gender Stereotypes and the Policy Priorities of Women in Congress.” Political Behavior. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  2. Barth, Thomas, and Chattopadhyay, Jacqueline. (2018). “A Tale of the Half Full or Half Empty Cup: Core Values in Local Government Organizations in Practice. State and Local Government Review. 50 (4): 1-9.
  3. Batista Pereira, Frederico. “Gendered Political Contexts and the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge.” Journal of Politics. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  4. Millesen, J. L. & Carman, Joanne G. Building Capacity in Nonprofit Boards: Learning from Board Self-assessments. Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs. Forthcoming.
  5. Parrott, A. & Carman, Joanne G. Scaling up programs: Reflections on the Importance of Process Evaluation. Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  6. Carman, Joanne. G. & Parrott, A. (2018). “Yoga in United States Urban Schools: Outcomes for Student Response to Stress and Academic Achievement. International Journal of Health Sciences and Research 8(3): 1-10.
  7. Chattopadhyay, Jacqueline. "Can Health Insurance Regulations Generate Citizen Constituencies?" Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  8. Conrad, Justin, Kevin Greene, James Igoe Walsh, and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2018. “Rebel Natural Resource Exploitation and Conflict Duration.” Journal of Conflict Resolution. 63(3): 591-616.
  9. Giersch, Jason & Christopher Dong (2018). “Principals’ Preferences When Hiring Teachers: A Conjoint Experiment.” Journal of Educational Administration. 56(4), 429-444.
  10. Knight, Amber. “Disabling Ideal Theory.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  11. Kropf, Martha, Samuel Jacob Grubbs, John Szmer, and Beth Elise Whitaker. (2018). “American Politics Course Redesigns: The Effect of Propensity Score Matching on Predicting Learning Outcomes.” Journal of Political Science Education. 10.1080/15512169.2018.1515633
  12. Leland, Suzanne M., Read, D. & Pope, E. “Views from the Field: Economic Developer’s Perceptions about the Formation of Public-Private Real Estate Development Partnerships.” Urban Affairs Review. Forthcoming.
  13. Goodman, C. B., & Leland, Suzanne M. (2019). “Do Cities and Counties Attempt to Circumvent Changes in Their Autonomy by Creating Special Districts?” The American Review of Public Administration, 49(2): 203-217.
  14. Boyer, R., Leland, Suzanne. (2018). “Cohousing for Whom? Survey Evidence to Support the Diffusion of Socially and Spatially Integrated Housing in the United States.” Housing Policy Debate. 1-15.
  15. Maestas, Cherie, Chattopadhyay, J., Leland, S., &; Piatak, J. (2018). “Fearing Food: The Influence of Risk Perceptions on Public Preferences for Uniform and Centralized Risk Regulation.” Policy Studies Journal. https://doi.org/10.1111/psj.12276
  16. Mohr, Z., “The Kansas Budget Experience from 2012 to 2017.” Municipal Finance Journal. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  17. Mohr, Z., Pope, J.V.*, Kropf, M.E., & Shepherd, M. “Strategic Spending: Does Politics Influence Election Administration Expenditure?” American Journal of Political Science. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  18. Mitchell, D. & Mohr, Z. “Financial Management and Cost Accountability in Networks: An Analysis of Indirect and Additional Cost Monitoring in Chicago Local Government Networks.”  International Journal of Public Administration. Forthcoming. Accepted in 2018.
  19. Mohr, Z., Raudla, R., & Douglas, J. (2018). “Is Cost Accounting Used with Other NPM Practices? Evidence from European Countries.” Public Performance & Management Review. 41(4): 696-722. https://doi.org/10.1080/15309576.2018.1480391
  20. Borry, E., Dehart-Davis, L., Kauffman, W., Merritt, C., Mohr, Z., & Tummers, L. (2018). “Formalization and Consistency Heighten Organizational Rule Following: Experimental and Survey Evidence.” Public Administration 96 (2):368–385.
  21. Kim, M., Charles, C. & Pettijohn, S. (2018). “Challenges in the Use of Performance Data in Management: Results of a National Survey of Human Service Nonprofit Organizations. Public Performance and Management Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/15309576.2018.1523107
  22. Pettijohn, S. L. & Boris, E. T. (2018). “Testing Nonprofit State Culture: Its Impact on the Health of the Nonprofit Sector.” Nonprofit Policy Forum 9(3). https://doi.org/10.1515/npf2018-0012
  23. Piatak, J. (2018). “Weathering the Storm: The Impact of Cutbacks on Public Employees.” Public Personnel Management. https://doi.org/10.1177/0091026018801044
  24. Piatak, J., Dietz, N., & McKeever, B. (2018). “Bridging or Deepening the Digital Divide: Influence of Household Internet Access on Formal and Informal Volunteering.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1177/0899764018794907
  25. Kaheny, Erin, John Szmer, and Robert K. Christensen. (2018). "Status Characteristics and Their Intersectionality: Majority Opinion Assignment in State Supreme Courts." Politics, Groups, and Identities. https://doi.org/10.1080/21565503.2019.1569538
  26. Szmer, John, Robert K. Christensen, and Samuel Grubbs. (2018). "What Influences the Influence of U.S. Courts of Appeals Decisions." European Journal of Law and Economics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10657-018-9588-5
  27. Kearns, Erin, Christopher Federico, Victor Asal, Anthony Lemieux, and James Igoe Walsh. (2018). “Political Action as a Function of Grievances, Risk, and Social Identity: An Experimental Approach.” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. https://doi.org/10.1080/1057610X.2018.1507790
  28. Whitaker, Beth Elise, James Igoe Walsh, and Justin Conrad. (2019). “Natural Resource Exploitation and Sexual Violence by Rebel Groups.” Journal of Politics. 81(2): 702-706. https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/701637 Accepted in 2018.
  29. Cogley, Nathaniel, John Doces, and Beth Elise Whitaker. (2018). “Which Immigrants Should Be Naturalized? Which Should be Deported? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Côte d’Ivoire.” Political Research Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1177/1065912918801104

Book Chapters

  1. Mickelson, Roslyn Arlin, Jason Giersch, Amy Hawn Nelson, and Martha Cecilia Bottia (2018). “Do Charter Schools Undermine Efforts to Create Racially and Socioeconomically Diverse Public Schools?” In Iris Rotberg and Joshua Glazerman (Eds.), Choosing Charters: Better Schools or More Segregation? pp. 116-132. New York: Teachers College Press.
  2. Kropf, Martha and JoEllen V. Pope. “Election Costs and a Study of North Carolina.” In Bridget King and Kathleen Hale, (Eds.), Future of Election Administration. New York: Palgrave. Forthcoming.  
  3. Leland, Suzanne and Olga Smirnova. (2019). “Contracting Out in the Transit Industry: Recent Perspectives of Transit Agency Managers.” In Olga Smirnova (Ed.), Building a Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure for Long-Term Economic Growth. pp. 217-235, Hershey, PA. IGI Global. Accepted in 2018.
  4. Mohr, Zachary. (2019). “Cost Accounting Systems and Practices for Greater Operational and Financial Sustainability: A Framework for Understanding Costing Evolution and Connections to other Sustainability Strategies.” In Josette Caruana et al. (Eds.), Financial Sustainability of Public Sector Entities: The Relevance of Accounting Frameworks. pp. 145-164. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. Accepted in 2018.
  5. Mohr, Z. & Mushipe, T.* (2019) “Cost Politics in Local Government: A Framework and Comparative Case Study of Airport Takeovers.” In Olga Smirnova (Ed.), Building a Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure for Long-Term Economic Growth. pp. 200-216. Hershey, PA. IGI Global. Accepted in 2018.

 

2017

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Atkinson, Mary Layton. “Gender and Policy Agendas in the Post-War House.” Forthcoming in Policy Studies Journal.
  2. Barth, Thomas J. "Escaping the Vines of the Ivory Tower: Reflections of an Engaged Professor." Journal of Engagement and Community Scholarship. Forthcoming
  3. Md Momin Al Aziz, Md Nazmus Sadat, Dima Alhadid, Shuang Wang, Xiaoqing Jiang, Cheryl L. Brown, and Norman Mohammed, “Privacy-Preserving Techniques of Genomic Data—A Survey,” Briefings in Bioinformatics November 2017: 1-9.
  4. Carman, J. G.  & Fredericks, K. A. (Forthcoming). Applications of social network analysis in evaluation: Challenges, suggestions, and opportunities for the future. Canadian Journal of Evaluation
  5. Chattopadhyay, Jacqueline. “State Health Insurance Regulation and Self-Employment Rates after the Great Recession: The Role of Guaranteed Issue Mandates.” Forthcoming at Economic Development Quarterly.
  6. Chattopadhyay, Jacqueline. 2018. “Is the Affordable Care Act Cultivating a Cross-Class Constituency? Income, Partisanship, and a Proposal for Tracing the Contingent Nature of Positive Policy Feedback Effects.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 43(1): 19-67. Advance access version published online in 2017.
  7. Douglas, James W. “Maintaining Higher Taxes and Spending More with the Line-Item Veto: Uncommon Events that Sting". Forthcoming in Public Budgeting & Finance.
  8. Raudla, Ringa, and James W. Douglas. 2017. “Cost Accounting in European Countries.” In Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Practice. Editor: Zachary Mohr. New York, NY: Routledge: 115-132.
  9. Bottia, M., Mickelson, R., Jason Giersch, Stearns, E., & Moller, S. (2017). “The Role of High School Racial Composition and Opportunities to Learn in Students’ STEM College Participation,” Journal of Research in Science Teaching.
  10. Jason Giersch & Dong, C. (2017). “Required Civics Courses, Civics Exams, and Voter Turnout,” Social Science Journal.
  11. Knight, Amber. 2017. "Disability and the Meaning of Reproductive Liberty." Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (1): 67-83.
  12. Seyeditbari, Armin, Sara Levens, Cherie Maestas, Samira Shaikh, James Igoe Walsh, Wlodek Zadrozny, Christine Danis, and Onah P. Thompson. 2017. Cross Corpus Emotion Classification Using Survey Data. Proceedings of the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behavior, pp. 152-156.
  13. Piatak, J., Mohr, Z. & Leland, S. (forthcoming) Bureaucratic accountability in third-party governance: Experimental evidence of blame attribution during times of budgetary crisis, Public Administration.
  14. Piatak, J.S., Romzek, B.S., LeRoux, K.M., & Johnston, J.M. (2018). Managing Goal Conflict in Public Service Delivery Networks: Does Accountability Move Up and Down or Side to Side? Public Performance & Management Review, 41(1): 152-176.
  15. Piatak, J.S. (2017). Sector Switching in Good Times and in Bad: Are Public Sector Employees Less Likely to Change Sectors? Public Personnel Management, 46(4): 327-341.
  16. Walsh, James Igoe. Forthcoming. The Rise of Targeted Killings. Journal of Strategic Studies.
  17. Walsh, James Igoe, Justin M. Conrad, Beth Elise Whitaker, and Katelin Hudak. Forthcoming. Financing Rebellion: Introducing the Rebel Contraband Dataset. Journal of Peace Research.
  18. Lemieux, Anthony, Erin Kearns, Victor Asal, and James Igoe Walsh. Forthcoming. Support for Political Mobilization, Protest, and Terrorism in Egypt and Morocco: An Online Experimental Study. Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict.
  19. Gregory Weeks, “Civilian Inattention and Democratization: The Chilean Military and Political Transition in the 1930s,” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 43, 1 (2018): 1-17.
  20. Whitaker, Beth Elise. 2017. “Migration within Africa and Beyond.” African Studies Review 60(2): 209-220.
  21. Ladam, Christina, Jeffrey J. Harden, and Jason H. Windett. “Prominent Role Models: High Profile Female Politicians and the Emergence of Women as Candidates for Public Office.” Forthcoming at American Journal of Political Science.

Book Chapters in 2017

  1. Knight, Amber. 2017. "Feminism, Disability, and the Democratic Classroom." In Negotiating Disability: Disclosure and Higher Education, edited by Stephanie Kerschbaum, Laura Eisenman, and James Jones (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).
  2. Kropf, Martha and Holly Whisman. 2018. “Provisional Votes: An Election Reform to Count More Votes.” In Todd Donovan, ed. Changing How America Votes. Roman and Littlefield
  3. Mohr, Z.T. (2017). A Framework for Cost Accounting Systems in Government. In Z. Mohr (ed.) Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications (1-26). New York, NY. Routledge.
  4. Mohr, Z.T. & Rivenbark, W.C. (2017). Contextualizing Cost Accounting in Government from a Historical Perspective. In Z. Mohr (ed.) Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications (26-46). New York, NY. Routledge.
  5. Pope, J.V. & Mohr, Z.T. (2017). Cost Accounting for Rates and User Fees. In Z. Mohr (ed.) Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications (66-81). New York, NY. Routledge
  6. Roeger, Katie L., Amy S. Blackwood, and Sarah L. Pettijohn. 2017. "The Nonprofit Sector and Its Place in the National Economy. In The Nature of the Nonprofit Sector," In The Nature of the Nonprofit Sector, 3rd ed, eds. J. Steven Ott and Lisa Dicke. Westview Press

Other Peer-Reviewed in 2015

  1. Walsh, James Igoe and Marcus Schulzke, The Ethics of Drone Strikes: Does Reducing the Cost of Conflict Encourage War? Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College.

Funded External Grant Proposed in 2015

  1. Suzanne Leland, “MPA Fellowship,” City of Charlotte/Chamber of Commerce $20,689
  2. Suzanne Leland, “Public Service Fellowship,” Charlotte Works $20,689
  3. Jim Walsh, “Natural Resources Crime and Armed Conflict,” DoD Army Research Office $7,313

2017

Books

  1. Atkinson, Mary Layton. 2017. Combative Politics: The Media and Public Perceptions of Lawmaking. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  2. Conrad, Justin. Gambling and War: Risk, Reward, and Chance in International Conflict. 2017. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.
  3. Eric S. Heberlig, Suzanne M. Leland, and David Swindell. American Cities and the Politics of Party Conventions (Albany: Suny Albany Press, 2017).
  4. Mohr, Z. (Ed.). (2017) Cost Accounting in Government: Theory and Applications. New York. Routledge.

Peer-Reviewed Articles in 2015

  1. S.J. Niggel and W. Brandon “Social Determinants of Health and Community Needs:  Implications for Health Legacy Foundations,” Health Affairs 33 (11; November 2014):  2072-2076. 
  2. Justin Conrad, "Going Abroad: Transnational Solicitation and Contention by Ethnopolitical Organizations" (with Victor Asal and Peter White). 2014. International Organization 68(4) 945-978.
  3. Justin Conrad, "Why Some Autocrats are Terrorized While Others are Not" (with Courtenay R. Conrad and Joseph K. Young).  2014.  International Studies Quarterly 58(3): 539-549.
  4. Justin Conrad, "International Spoiling, Cooperation and Transnational Terrorism" (with James Igoe Walsh).  2014.  International Interactions 40(4): 453-476.
  5. Eric Heberlig, “US House Incumbent Fundraising and Spending in a Post-Citizens United (and Post-McCutcheon) World.”  Political Science Quarterly. (With Bruce Larson)
  6. Kimball, Davd C. and Martha Kropf. Forthcoming. "Cumulative Voting: The Case of Port Chester, New York." Social Sciences Quarterly.
  7. Heberlig, E, Leland, S. M., & Swindell, D.  Forthcoming. The Disruption Costs of Post-9-11 Security Measures and Cities' Bids for Presidential Nominating Conventions." Journal of Urban Affairs. (1)
  8. Smirnova, O. V., & Leland, S. M. (2014). Cutback Management during the Great Recession The Case of Transit Agencies and Contracting Out. State and Local Government Review, 46(4), 272-281. (1)
  9. Smirnova, O. V., & Leland, S. M. (2014). Public Transportation and Contracting Out. Public Works Management & Policy, 19(4), 358-364.(1)
  10. Maestas, Cherie D., Matthew Buttice, and Walter J. Stone 2014. “Extracting Wisdom from Experts and Small Crowds: Strategies for Improving Informant-based Measures of Political Concepts” Political Analysis. 22 (3): 354-373
  11. Eckles, David L., Cindy D. Kam, Cherie D. Maestas, Brian K. Schaffner 2014. “Risk Attitudes and the Incumbency Advantage” Political Behavior 46(4):741
  12. Zach Mohr, “An Analysis of the Purposes of Cost Accounting in Large US Cities” Public Budgeting and Finance. Forthcoming.
  13. Zach Mohr, “Taking Stock:  Assessing and Improving Performance Budgeting Theory and Practice” (with Alfred TK Ho and Y Lu) Public Performance and Management Review.  Forthcoming.
  14. Zach Mohr, “The Effect of Rules on Job Satisfaction” 2014. (with Leisha DeHart-Davis and Randall S. Davis) Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.  Advance online publication
  15. Piatak, J.S. (Forthcoming). Altruism by Job Sector: Can Public Sector Employees Lead the Way in Rebuilding Social Capital? Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, first published online April 2, 2014
  16. Szmer, John, Robert K. Christensen, and Erin B. Kaheny. Forthcoming. "Gender, Race, and Dissensus on State Supreme Courts." Social Science Quarterly.
  17. Kaheny, Erin B., John Szmer, Michael Hansen, and Kate Scheurer. 2015. "High Court Recruitment of Female Clerks: A Comparative Analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court of Canada" Justice System Journal 36(4): 355-77.
  18. Szmer, John, Erin B. Kaheny, and Robert K. Christensen. Forthcoming. “Taking a Dip in the Supreme Court Clerk Pool: Gender-Based Discrepancies in Clerk Selection.” Marquette Law Review.
  19. Asal, Victor, Michael Findley, James A. Piazza, and James Igoe Walsh. Forthcoming. Oil, Political Exclusion, and Ethnic Armed Conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution.
  20. Conrad, Courtenay, Justin Conrad, James A. Piazza, and James Igoe Walsh. Forthcoming. Who Tortures the Terrorists? Foreign Policy Analysis.
  21. Walsh, James Igoe. 2014. Big Data, Insider Threats, and International Intelligence Sharing. CTX 4:1, 49-57.
  22. Whitaker, Beth Elise and Jason Giersch. 2015. "Political Competition and Attitudes towards Immigration in Africa." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Funded External Grant Proposed in 2014

  1. Jim Walsh, “Territorial Control and Armed Conflict” Dept of Defense $123,576
  2. Beth Whitaker, “APSA Africa Workshop 2015 on Conflict and Political Violence” American Political Science Association $230,000
  3. Suzanne Leland, “MPA Graduate Student Fellowship City of Concord Budget Office” City of Concord $8,932
  4. Jim Walsh, “The Ethics of Drone Strikes Does Reducing the Cost of Conflict Encourage War” Army War College $13,593
  5. Maureen Brown and Zach Mohr, “Acquisition in a World of Joint Capabilities: Methods for Understanding Cross-Organizational Network Performance.” Dept of Defense Naval Supply Systems Command $116,389