Farmer, Jayce. 2015. “County-Nonprofit Service Arrangements: The Roles of Federal and State Fiscal Involvement” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 45:117-138.
Fields, Billy, Jacob Wagner, and Michael Frisch. 2015. “Placemaking and Disaster Recovery: Targeting Place Recovery in Post-Katrina New Orleans.” Journal of Urbanism 8:38-56.
Garofalo, Charles and Dean Geuras. 2015. “From One Utopia to Another: Kant, Spicer, and Moral Agency.” Administrative Theory and Praxis 37:81-94.
Garofalo, Charles. 2015. “Where Should We Draw the Line?: Governance, Public Values, and Outsourcing National Security” Public Integrity 17: 189-202.
Hanks, Emily and Samantha Alexander 2015. “Same Industry, Same Rules? When Ridesharing Comes to Town” Cases and Simulations Portal for Public and Nonprofit Sectors. Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration.
Longoria, Thomas and Nandhini Rangarajan. 2015. “Measuring Public Manager Cultural Competence: The Influence of Public Service Values. “ Journal of Public Management and Social Policy 21: 24-41.
Rahm, Dianne, Vicki Brittain, Christopher Brown, Charles Garofalo, Nandhini Rangarajan, Patricia Shields, and Hyun Jung Yun. 2015. “Exploring the Demand for PhDs in Public Affairs and Administration.” Journal of Public Affairs Education 21:115-128.
Rahm, Dianne, Billy Fields, and Jayce L. Farmer, 2015. “Transportation Impacts of Fracking in the Eagle Ford Shale Development in Rural South Texas: Perceptions of Local Government Officials,” Journal of Rural and Community Development 10.2:78-99.
Rahm, Dianne. Sarkar, Dibyendu, Rupali Datta, Avinandan Mukherlee, and Robyn Hannigan, eds. 2015. “US Law and Policy in Environmental Management.” An Integrated Approach to Environmental Management. 305-336.
Whetsell, Travis A. and Patricia M. Shields. 2015. “The Dynamics of Positivism in the Study of Public Administration: A Brief Intellectual History and Reappraisal.” Administration & Society
Balanoff, Howard. 2014. “American Society for Public Administration’s Section Members Participate in an International Public Management Forum” in American Society for Public Administration’s Online PA Times.
Fields, Billy and Angie L. Cradock. 2014 “Federal Active Transportation Policy in Transition: From ISTEA to Complete Streets.” Public Works Management and Policy 19:322-327.
Tolford, Tara, John Renne, and Billy Fields. 2014. “Development of a Low-Cost Methodology for Evaluating Pedestrian Safety in Support of Complete Streets Policy Implementation.” Transportation Research Record 2464:29-37.
Hanks, Emily. 2014. “Whose States are Winning?: The Adoption and Consequences of Social Media in Political Communication in the American States.” In Presidential Campaigning and Social Media. John Hendricks and Dan Schill, Eds. Oxford University Press.
Grisham, Michael, Emily Hanks, and Thomas Longoria. 2014. “To Partner, or Not to Partner? That is a Public Manager Question.” Public Manager.
Jamison, Colette, and Emily Hanks. 2014. “From the ground up: How an Innovative Public/Private Sector Partnership Built the San Marcos Convention Center.” Texas Town & City.
Soeters, Josheph, Patricia M. Shields, and Sebastiaan Rietjens. 2014. Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Military Studies, Editor.
Shields, Patricia and Travis A. Whetsell. 2014. “Doing Practical Research and Publishing in Military Studies.” In, Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Military Studies pps. 312-325.
DeSoto, William, Hassan Tajalli, Chad L. Smith, and Nathan W. Pinto. 2014. “College Students and Alcohol Use: A Test of Social learning, Strain, and Acculturation Theories” World Medical and Health Policy 6:262-279
Tajalli, Hassan and Houmma A. Garba. 2014. “Discipline or Prejudice?: Overrepresentation of Minority Students in Disciplinary Alternative Education Programs” The Urban Review 46:620-631.
Balanoff, E. K. (2013). A Special, Set-Apart Place no Longer? Deconstructing the Discourse of
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Fields, B. 2013. Confronting the Wicked Problem: Disaster Planning in Post-Katrina New Orleans. Good Governance Worldwide: The Online Journal and Network of the American Society for Public Administration’s Section for Public Management Practice.
Rahm, D. and C. Reddick. 2013. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Emergency Services: A Survey of Texas Emergency Services Districts. International Journal of E-Politics, 4:30-43.
Tajalli, H., W. DeSoto, and A. Dozier. 2011. Determinants of Punitive Attitudes of College Students toward Criminal Offenders. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 24:339-356.
Cradock, A., B. Fields, J.L. Barrett, and S.J. Melly. 2012. Program Practices and Demographic Factors Associated With Federal Funding for the Safe Routes to School Program in the United States. Journal of Health and Place, 18:16-23.
Longoria, T. and L. Manganaro. 2012. Citizen Approval of CAOs in Texas Cities: An Exploratory Analysis of Anglo and Latino Attitudes. Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, 18:49-63.
Newbold, S.P. 2012. A Good and Faithful Servant: John Rohr’s Contribution to the Intellectual, Constitutional, and Professional Advancement of Public Administration. A Forum Honoring the Contributions of John A. Rohr to Public Administration. Forum Editor & Contributor. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 34:623-28.
Shields, P., N. Rangarajan, and L. Steward. 2012. Open Access Digital Repository: Sharing Student Research with the World. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 18:157-181.
Carr, J.B. and J. Farmer. 2011. Contingent Effects of Municipal and County TELs on Special District Governments in the U.S. Publius: The Journal of Federalism. 41: 709-733.
Farmer, J. 2011. County Government Choices for Redistributive Services. Urban Affairs Review, 47:60-83.
Newbold, S.P. 2011. Federalist 27: Is Transparency Essential for Public Confidence in Government? Public Administration Review, 71: 465-81.
Newbold, S.P. 2011. No Time Like the Present: Making Rule of Law and Constitutional Competence the Theoretical and Practical Foundation for Public Administration Graduate Education Curriculum. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 17: 465-81.
Newbold, S.P. and A.C. Schortgen. 2011. Connecting the Past with the Present: Moses Maimonides’ Contribution to Democratic Theory, Public Administration, and Civil Society. Administration and Society, 43: 147-170.
Newbold, S.P. 2011. An Extraordinary Administrative Legacy: Thomas Jefferson’s Role in Transforming Liberal Arts Education in the United States. Public Voices, 11: 15-25.
Rocha, R.R., T. Longoria, R.D. Wrinkle, and B.R. Knoll. 2011. Ethnic Context and Immigration Policy Preferences among Latinos and Anglos. Social Science Quarterly, 92:1-19.
Rahm, D. 2011. The Regulatory Framework for Hydraulic Fracturing in Texas. Energy Delta Institute Quarterly, 3: 8-11.
Rahm, D. 2011. Regulating Hydraulic Fracturing in Shale Gas Plays: The Case of Texas. Energy Policy, 39:2974-2981.
Rangarajan, N. and D. Rahm. 2011. Greening Human Resources: A Survey of City-level Initiatives. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 31:227-247.
Rahm, D. and C. Reddick. 2011. U.S. City Managers' Perceptions of Disaster Risks: Consequences for Urban Emergency Management. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 19:136-146.
Shields, P. and T. Whetsell. 2011. Reconciling the Varieties of Pragmatism in Public Administration. Administration and Society, 43:474-483.
Shields, P. and P. Salem. 2011. Out of the Woods: Facilitating Pragmatic Inquiry and Dialogue. Administration and Society, 43: 124-132.
Garofalo, C. and A. Ferraro. 2010. A Positive Ethics for Public Administration: Altruism, Self-Interest and the Concept of the State. Dilemata (Spanish journal) 2, 2:33-47.
Farmer, J. 2010. Factors Influencing Special Purpose Service Delivery among Counties. Public Performance & Management Review, 33:xx-xx
Brown R.W., T. Longoria. 2010. Multiple risk factors for lead poisoning in Hispanic sub-populations: A Review. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 12:715-725.
Newbold, S.P. 2010. Toward a Constitutional School for American Public Administration. Public Administration Review, 70: 538-546.
Reddick, C. and D. Rahm. 2010. Perceptions of Emergency Management in U.S. Cities: A Survey of Chief Administrative Officers. Journal of Emergency Management, xx:29-43.
Cradock, A., P. Troped, B. Fields, S. Melly, S. Simms, F. Gimmler, and M. Fowler. 2009. Factors Associated with Federal Transportation Funding for Local Pedestrian and Bicycle Programming and Facilities. Journal of Public Health Policy. 30.
Wagner, J., M. Frisch, and B. Fields. 2008. Building Local Capacity: Planning for Local Culture and Neighborhood Recovery in New Orleans. CityScape: A Journal of Policy, Development and Research. 10:
Garofalo, C. 2008. With Deference to Woodrow Wilson: The Ethics-Administration Dichotomy in American Public Service. Public Integrity, 10: 345-354.
Garofalo, C. 2008. Ethical Challenges in Global Governance. Public Policy and Administration/Viesoji Politika Administravimas, 23:16-22.
Brown, R.W., C. Gonzales, M.J. Hooper, A.C. Bayat, A.M. Fornerette, T.J. McBride, T Longoria, H.W. Mielke. 2008. Soil lead (Pb) in residential transects through Lubbock, Texas: A preliminary assessment. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 30: 541-547.
Rangarajan, N. Evidence for different types of creativity in government: A multi-method approach. Public Performance and Management Review, 32: 131-162.
Shields, P. 2008. Rediscovering the Taproot: Is Classical Pragmatism the Route to Renew Public Administration? Public Administration Review, 68:205-221.
Rahm, D. and J.D. Coggburn. 2007. Environmentally Preferable Procurement: Greening U.S. State Government Fleets. Public Works Management & Policy, 12:400-415.
Rangarajan, N. and Black, T. 2007. Exploring Organizational Barriers to Diversity: A Case Study of the New York State Education Department. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 27: 249-263.
Rahm, D., L. Swatuk, and E. Matheny. 2006. Water Resource Management in Botswana: Balancing Sustainability and Economic Development. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 8: 157-183.
Shields, P. and H. Tajalli. 2006. Intermediate Theory: The Missing Link in Successful Student Scholarship. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 12: 313-334.
Shields, P. 2006. Democracy and the Social Ethics of Jane Addams: A Vision for Public Administration. Administrative Theory and Praxis. 28: 418-443.
Shields, P. Civil-Military Relations: Changing Frontiers. Public Administration Review, 66: 924-928.
Garofalo, C. 2005. Beyond Corruption: Perspectives on Ethical Governance. Science and Society: Journal of Political and Moral Theory.
Coggburn, J.D. and D. Rahm. 2005. Environmentally Preferable Purchasing: Who is Doing What in the United States? Journal of Public Procurement, 5: 23-53.
Shields, P. 2005. Classical Pragmatism does NOT Need an Upgrade: Lessons for Public Administration. Administration & Society, 37: 504-518.
Shields, P. 2005 Classical Pragmatism: Roots and Promise for a PA Feminist Theory. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 27: 370-376.
Swatuk, L.A. and D. Rahm 2004. Integrating Policy, Disintegrating Practice: Water Resources Management in Botswana. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 29: 1357-1364.
Shields, P. 2004. Classical Pragmatism: Engaging Practitioner Experience. Administration & Society, 36: 351-361.