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The Impact of Collaboration Network on Water Resource Governance Performance: Evidence From China’s Yangtze River Delta Region
Environmental Policy and Management
March 04, 2021
This study, published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, examines the relationship between network structure and network performance.
Under What Conditions Do Governments Collaborate? A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Air Pollution Control in China
Environmental Policy and Management
February 08, 2021
This study, published in Public Management Review, proposes four starting conditions that affect the establishment of intergovernmental collaboration: power imbalance, resource imbalance, prehistory of collaboration and participation of superior levels of government.
Collaborative Networks and Environmental Governance Performance: A Social Influence Model
Environmental Policy and Management
July 23, 2020
This research, published in Public Management Review, examines how collaborative networks affect the performance of individual policy actors embedded in the network.
Violent Entanglements: The Pittman-Robertson Act, Firearms, and the Financing of Conservation
Environmental Policy and Management
June 09, 2022
This research, published in Conservation and Society, compares the four largest sources of revenue for state wildlife and conservation agencies and demonstrate the growing importance of Pittman-Robertson as gun sales increase
Back-Pedaling or Continuing Quietly? Assessing the Impact of ICLEI Membership Termination on Cities’ Sustainability Actions
Environmental Policy and Management
October 01, 2016
This study, published in Environmental Politics, questions whether cities’ termination of their ICLEI affiliation diminishes their implementation of sustainability actions.
Theorizing Command-and-Commodify Regulation: the Case of Species Conservation Banking in the United States
Environmental Policy and Management
April 01, 2017
This study, published in Theory & Society, offers a framework for explaining these processes of regulatory marketization, like cap-and-trade and ecological offsetting.
Regulatory Thickening and the Politics of Market-Oriented Environmental Policy
Environmental Policy and Management
August 08, 2018
This study, published in Environmental Politics, examines the linkages between MBIs and expanding state control over environmental quality.
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