Adair, Bill

  1. Bill Adair. The Mystery of Flight 427: Inside a Crash Investigation. Smithsonian Press, 2002.
  2. Bill Adair. "Determining If a Politician Is Telling the Truth." Nieman Reports (Summer, 2008). [aspx]
  3. Steve Myers. "PolitiFact takes lessons from fast-food industry as it franchises fact-checking." Poynter Online (May 6, 2010). [available here]
  4. Hannah Vinter. "Q&A with PolitiFact Editor Bill Adair." World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (August 18, 2011). [bill-adair-editor-of-politifact-readers-love-this-kind-of-accountability-journal]
  5. Bill Adair. "Let’s blow up the news story and build new forms of journalism." Poynter Online (June 21, 2012). [available here]
  6. Andrew Phelps. "Inside the Star Chamber: How PolitiFact tries to find truth in a world of make-believe." Nieman Journalism Lab (August 21, 2012). [available here]
  7. Kate Murphy. "Download: Bill Adair." The New York Times Sunday Review (September 8, 2012). [catching-up-with-bill-adair-of-politifact.html]
  8. Bill Adair. "Can you handle the truth?." The Walkley Magazine (December 11, 2012). [politifact-bill-adair-2012]
  9. Bill Adair. Farewell to Rep. C.W. Bill Young; he made Congress work.  Tampa Bay Times (2013). [2146383]  [abs]
  10. Brendan Nyhan. "Bill Adair, setting pants ablaze no more." Columbia Journalism Review (April 8, 2013). [bill_adair_setting_pants_ablaze_no_more.php]
  11. Caroline O’Donovan. "Tuesday Q&A: Bill Adair on leaving PolitiFact for academia and the Simon & Garfunkel theory of presidential coverage." Nieman Journalism Lab (April 9, 2013). [available here]
  12. Bronwen Clune. "PolitiFact founder Bill Adair: Fact-checking is necessary evolution in journalism." World News Publishing Focus (July 19, 2013). [politifact-founder-bill-adair-fact-checking-is-necessary-evolution-in-journalism]
  13. Bill Adair. Bezos has what the Washington Post needs: patience and imagination.  Poynter Online (August 6, 2013). [available here]  [abs]
  14. Bill Adair. Unfulfilled promise of e-books offers lessons for news organizations.  Poynter Online (September 10, 2013). [available here]  [abs]

Ahn, Thomas

  1. T. Ahn, P. Arcidiacono, and W. Wessels. "Wages and Positive Employment Effects in General Equilibrium."   (2003).
  2. T. Ahn and P. Arcidiacono. "Paying to Queue: A Theory of Persistent Differences in Nonunion Wage." Journal of Urban Economics 55.3 (May, 2004): 564-579.  [abs]
  3. T. Ahn. "Measuring and Inducing Teacher Effort: Accountability Legislation in North Carolina."   (2007).
  4. T. Ahn and J. Vigdor. "The Impact of Accountability Sanctions on Student Performance: A Regression Discontinuity Analysis."   (2008).
  5. T. Ahn, P. Arcidiacono, A. Murphy, and O. Swinton. "Explaining Cross-Racial Differences in Teenage Labor Force Participation: Results from a Two-Sided Search Model." Journal of Econometrics  (August, 2008).  [abs]

Ananat, Elizabeth O

  1. E.O. Ananat with Sheldon Danziger, Colleen Heflin, Mary Corcoran, and Hui-Chen Wang. "Does It Pay to Move from Welfare to Work." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 21.4 (2002): 671-692. (Reprinted in JPAM Classics: Poverty and Welfare, eds. Besharov and Call, 2010) [10080_ftp.pdf]
  2. E.O. Ananat with Sandra K. Danziger and Kimberly Browning. "Child Care Subsidies and the Transition from Welfare to Work." Family Relations 53 (2004): 219-228.
  3. E.O. Ananat with Dan Hungerman. "The Power of the Pill for the Marginal Child."   (2006). [pdf]
  4. E.O. Ananat with Joanna Lahey. "Vice and Comstockery: 19th-Century Birth Control and Abortion Laws and the Demographic Transition."   (2006).
  5. E.O. Ananat with Jonathan Gruber and Philiip Levine. "Abortion Legalization and Lifecycle Fertility." Journal of Human Resources 42.2 (2007): 375-397.
  6. E.O. Ananat with Ebonya Washington. "Segregation and Black Political Efficacy."   (2007). [pdf]
  7. E.O. Ananat. "The Wrong Side(s) of the Tracks: The Effect of Racial Segregation on City Outcomes."   (2007). [pdf]
  8. E.O. Ananat with Guy Michaels. "The Effect of Marital Breakup on the Income and Poverty of Women with Children." Journal of Human Resources 43.3 (2008): 611-629. [pdf]
  9. E.O. Ananat. "Residential Segregation and Health Disparities: Evidence from Railroad Division."   (2008).
  10. E.O. Ananat with Ebonya Washington. "Segregation and Black Political Efficacy." Journal of Public Economics (2009). [pdf]
  11. E.O. Ananat with Jonathan Gruber, Phillip Levine, and Douglas Staiger. "Abortion and Selection." Review of Economics and Statistics (2009). [Selection.%22]
  12. E.O. Ananat and Joanna Lahey. "The Marginal Child Throughout the Life Cycle: Evidence from Early Law Variation."   (2009). [Applied%20Microeconomics/2008_9_3_Joanna_Lahey.pdf]
  13. E.O. Ananat. "The Wrong Side(s) of the Tracks: The Causal Effect of Racial Segregation on Urban Poverty and Inequality." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2011). [pdf]
  14. E.O. Ananat, A. Gassman-Pines, C. Gibson-Davis. "The Effects of Local Employment Losses on Children’s Educational Achievement." Whither Opportunity? Rising Inequality and the Uncertain Life Chances of Low-Income Children. Ed. Greg Duncan and Richard Murnane Russell Sage Publications, 2011
  15. E.O. Ananat, Anna Gassman-Pines, Dania Francis, and Christina Gibson-Davis. "Children Left Behind: The Effects of Statewide Job Loss on Student Achievement."  .17104 (2011).
  16. E.O. Ananat with Dan Hungerman. "The Power of the Pill for the Next Generation: Oral Contraception’s Effects on Fertility, Abortion, and Maternal & Child Characteristics." Review of Economics and Statistics (2012). [available here]
  17. E.O. Ananat with Anna Gassman-Pines and Christina Gibson-Davis. "The Effect of Local Economic Downturns on Teen Births: Evidence from North Carolina." Demography (2013). [html]
  18. Gassman-Pines, A., Gibson-Davis, C.M., and Ananat, E.. "The impacts of economic downturns on child development: An interdisciplinary synthesis."   (2013).
  19. E.O. Ananat with Anna Gassman-Pines, Dania Francis, and Christina Gibson-Davis. "Children Left Behind: The Effects of Statewide Job Loss on Student Achievement." NBER Working Papers .17104 (2013). [w17104.pdf]
  20. E.O. Ananat with Shihe Fu and Stephen Ross. "Race-Specific Agglomeration Economies: Social Distance and the Black-White Wage Gap." NBER Working Papers .18993 (2013). [pdf]
  21. E.O. Ananat with Anna Gassman-Pines and Christina Gibson-Davis. "Statewide job losses increase adolescent suicide-related behaviors."   (2013).

Angrist, Misha   (search)

  1. Angrist, M. "Only connect: personal genomics and the future of American medicine." Mol Diagn Ther 14.2 (2010): 67-72. [20359249], [doi]  [abs]
  2. Lunshof, J. E. and Bobe, J. and Aach, J. and Angrist, M. and Thakuria, J. V. and Vorhaus, D. B. and Hoehe, M. R. and Church, G. M.. "Personal genomes in progress: from the human genome project to the personal genome project." Dialogues Clin Neurosci 12.1 (2010): 47--60. [20373666]  [abs]
  3. Angrist, M. and Chandrasekharan, S. and Heaney, C. and Cook-Deegan, R.. "Impact of gene patents and licensing practices on access to genetic testing for long QT syndrome." Genet Med 12.4 Suppl (2010): S111--54. [20393304], [doi]  [abs]
  4. Angrist, M.. "Urge overkill: protecting deidentified human subjects at what price?." Am J Bioeth 10.9 (2010): 17--8. [20818549], [doi]
  5. Angrist, M. "You never call, you never write: why return of 'omic' results to research participants is both a good idea and a moral imperative." Per Med 8.6 (2011): 651-657. [22199990], [doi]  [abs]
  6. Katsanis, N. and Cotten, M. and Angrist, M. "Exome and genome sequencing of neonates with neurodevelopmental disorders." Future Neurol 7 (2012): 655-658.
  7. Angrist, M. "Genetic privacy needs a more nuanced approach." Nature 494.7435 (2013): 7. [23389508], [doi]
  8. Angrist, M. "Of Helices, HIPAA, Hairballs…and Humans." The Story Within: Personal Essays on Genetics and Identity. Ed. Boesky, A. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013

Balleisen, Edward J

  1. E.J. Balleisen. "Rights of Way, Red Flags, and Safety Valves: Regulated Business Self-Regulation in America, 1850-1940." Regulierte Selbstregulierung in der westlichen Welt des späten 19. und frühen 20. Jahrhunderts / Regulated Self-Regulation in the Western World in the Late 19th and the Early 20th Century. Ed. Peter Collin, Gerd Bender, Stefan Ruppert, Margrit Seckelmann, and Michael Stolleis. (Klostermann), . (forthcoming in 2013) [pdf]
  2. Review of V. Markham Lester. Victorian Insolvency: Bankruptcy, Imprisonment for Debt, and Company Winding-Up in Nineteenth-Century England.  Business History Review 70 (Fall, 1996): 426-27.
  3. "Vulture Capitalism in Antebellum America: The 1841 Federal Bankruptcy Act and the Exploitation of Financial Distress." Business History Review 70 (Winter, 1996): 473-516.
  4.  Navigating Failure: Bankruptcy and Commercial Society in Antebellum America. University of North Carolina Press, March, 2001. [book_detail]
  5. "The Celebrated Showman Unmasked." Reviews in American History 30 (2002): 393-400. (Review Essay on Benjamin Reiss's The Showman and the Slave: Race, Death, and Memory in Barnum's America)
  6.  Scenes from a Corporate Makeover: Columbia/HCA and Heathcare Fraud, 1992-2001. Fuqua School of Management, Duke University, June, 2003.  [author's comments]
  7. Review of Jonathan Glickstein. American Exceptionalism, American Anxiety: Wages, Competition and Degraded Labor in the Antebellum United States.  American Historical Review 108.5 (December, 2003): 1448-49.
  8. Review of David Skeel. Debt's Dominion: A History of Bankruptcy Law in America.  Law and History Review 22 (2004): 190-91.
  9. Review of Bruce Mann. Republic of Debtors: Bankruptcy in the Age of American Independence.  Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 128.2 (2004): 204-06.
  10. "Bankruptcy and the Entrepreneurial Ethos in Antebellum American Law." Australian Journal of Legal History 8.1 (Winter, 2004): 61-82.
  11. Review Essay of T. H. Breen. "The Marketplace of Revolution." Business History Review 79.2 (Spring, 2005): 353-63.
  12. Review of Jocelyn Wills. Boosters, Hustlers, and Speculators: Entrepreneurial Culture and the Rise of Minneapolis and St. Paul, 1849-1883.  American Historical Review 111 (2006): 196-97.
  13. Review of Scott Sandage. Born Losers: A History of Failure in America.  Journal of the Early Republic 26 (2006): 139-42.
  14. E.J. Balleisen and Mitchell Fraas. "Legal History on the Web." (2006). [available here]  [abs]
  15. E.J. Balleisen. "Reshaping Doctoral Education for the Next Generation: An Update on History's Participation in the Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate." Perspectives 44.3 American Historical Association. (March, 2006): 49-51.
  16. Review of Rowena Olegario,. A Culture of Credit: Embedding Trust and Transparency in American Business.  Journal of American History 93 (2007): 304-305.
  17. Review Essay on Roy Kreitner. Calculating Promises: The Emergence of Modern American Contract Doctrine.  Law and Politics Book Review 17 (August, 2007): 705-12.
  18. Review Essay of David Nasaw/David Cannadine. Andrew Carnegie/Mellon: an American Life.  Historically Speaking 9 (2008): 39-43.
  19. Review of Stephen Mihm. A Nation of Counterfeiters: Capitalists, Con Men, and the Making the United States.  Business History Review 82 (2008): 369-72.
  20. E.J. Balleisen. ""Private Cops on the Fraud Beat: The Limits of American Business Self-Regulation, 1895-1932"." Business History Review 83.Spring (2009): 113-60. (This article won the Henrietta Larson Award for the year's business submission to the BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW) [papers.cfm]
  21. E.J. Balleisen and M. Eisner. ""The Promise and Pitfalls of Co-Regulation: How Governments Can Draw on Private Governance for Public Purpose"." New Pespectives on Regulation, edited by John Cisternino (2009). [new-perspectives-regulation]
  22. E.J. Balleisen and D. Moss, eds.. Government and Markets: Toward a New Theory of Regulation.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2010. [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  23. E.J. Balleisen. ""The Prospects for Effective Co-Regulation in the United States: A Historian's View from the Early Twenty-First Century"." Government and Markets: Toward a New Theory of Regulation, ed. by E. Balleisen and D. Moss (2010): 443-81.
  24. E.J. Balleisen. "Regulation." The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History Oxford UP. (2009).  [author's comments]
  25. E.J. Balleisen. "The Global Financial Crisis and Responsive Regulation: Some Avenues for Historical Inquiry." University of British Columbia Law Review 44 (2011): 557-87.
  26. E.J. Balleisen. "The Career Question in History." Perspectives (Magazine of the American Historical Association) 49.12 (2011): 20-22. [cfm]
  27. E.J. Balleisen and E. Brake. "Historical Perspective and Better Regulatory Governance: An Agenda for Institutional Reform." Regulation and Governance forthcoming (2012). [pdf]  [abs]
  28. E.J. Balleisen. ""Building a Doctoral Program in Business History"." Teaching Business History: Insights and Ideas. 2012. 54-67. [17-2012-with-cover.pdf]
  29. E.J. Balleisen and E.K. Brake. "Historical Perspective and Better Regulatory Governance: An Institutional Agenda for Reform." Regulation & Governance (2012). (published online as early view, 12-12; doi:10.1111/rego.12000) [abstract], [doi]  [abs]

Bellemare, Marc F

  1. M.F. Bellemare. "Insécurité foncière, fluctuations de prix, ou responsabilité limitée: La nature et les causes du métayage inverse dans l'Alaotra." USAID BASIS Collaborative Research Program Policy Brief #1 (2005). [pdf]
  2. M.F. Bellemare and C.B. Barrett. "An Ordered Tobit Model of Market Participation: Evidence from Kenya and Ethiopia." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88.2 (2006): 324-337.
  3. Barrett, Christopher B., Marc F. Bellemare, and Sharon M. Osterloh. "Household-Level Livestock Marketing Behavior Among Northern Kenyan and Southern Ethiopian Pastoralists." Pastoral Livestock Marketing in Eastern Africa: Research and Policy Challenges. Ed. John McPeak and Peter D. Little Warwickshire, UK: ITDG Publishing, 2006: 15-38.
  4. M.F. Bellemare. "Sharecropping." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Ed. William A. Darity Jr. Macmillan Reference USA, 2008
  5. M.F. Bellemare. "Tobit." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Ed. William A. Darity Jr. Macmillan Reference USA, 2008
  6. M.F. Bellemare. "The (Im)possibility of Reverse Share Tenancy."   (2008). [papers.cfm]  [abs]
  7. M.F. Bellemare. Why Africa's Food Markets are Thin.  The News & Observer (Raleigh-Durham, NC) (April 25, 2008). [html]
  8. M.F. Bellemare. Crise alimentaire mondiale: Un problème structurel en Afrique.  Le Devoir (Montréal) (April 17, 2008). [html]
  9. M.F. Bellemare. "When Perception is Reality: Subjective Expectations and Contracting." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91.5 (2009): 1377-1381.
  10. M.F. Bellemare. "Sharecropping, Insecure Land Rights, and Land Titling Policies: A Case Study of Lac Alaotra, Madagascar." Development Policy Review 29.1 (2009): 87-106.
  11. M.F. Bellemare and Z.S. Brown. "On the (Mis)Use of Wealth as a Proxy for Risk Aversion.." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 92.1 (2010): 273-282.
  12. C.B. Barrett, M.F. Bellemare, and J.Y. Hou. "Reconsidering Conventional Explanations of the Inverse Productivity-Size Relationship." World Development 38.1 (2010): 88-97.
  13. M.F. Bellemare and A.M. Holmberg. "The Determinants of Music Piracy in a Sample of College Students."   (2010). [papers.cfm]  [abs]
  14. M.F. Bellemare. "The Productivity Impacts of Formal and Informal Land Rights.."   (2010).
  15. M.F. Bellemare. "Agricultural Extension and Imperfect Supervision in Contract Farming: Evidence from Madagascar." Agricultural Economics 41.6 (2010): 507-517.
  16. M.F. Bellemare. Goals Miss the Mark.  The Herald-Sun (Durham, NC) (2010).
  17. M.F. Bellemare. The UN's Useless Promises.  The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, PA) (2010).
  18. M.F. Bellemare, C.B. Barrett, and D.R. Just. "The Welfare Impacts of Commodity Price Fluctuations: Evidence from Rural Ethiopia."   (December, 2010). [papers.cfm]  [abs]
  19. M.F. Bellemare. "Rising Food Prices, Food Price Volatility, and Political Unrest."   (2011).
  20. S. Tveteras, F. Asche, M.F. Bellemare, M.D. Smith, A. Guttormsen, A. Lem, K. Lien, and S. Vannucini. "Fish Is Food: The FAO's Fish Price Index."   (2011).
  21. C.B. Barrett and M.F. Bellemare. Why Food Price Volatility Doesn't Matter.  Foreign Affairs (July 12, 2011). [why-food-price-volatility-doesnt-matter]
  22. M.F. Bellemare. "Insecure Land Rights and Share Tenancy: Evidence from Madagascar." Land Economics 88.1 (2012): forthcoming.
  23. C.B. Barrett, M.E. Bachke, M.F. Bellemare, H.C. Michelson, S. Narayanan, T.F. Walker. "Smallholder Participation in Contract Farming: Comparative Evidence from Five Countries." World Development (2012): forthcoming.
  24. M.F. Bellemare. "As You Sow, So Shall You Reap: The Welfare Impacts of Contract Farming." World Development (2012): forthcoming.

Bennear, Lori S.

  1. L.S. Bennear with Tom Boer, James Sadd, and Manuel Pastor. "Is There Environmental Racism: An Empirical Analysis of the Geographical Distribution of Hazardous Waste Facilities in Los Angeles County." Social Science Quarterly (December, 1997).
  2. L.S. Bennear with Tom Boer, James Sadd, and Manuel Pastor. "Every Breath You Take: The Demographics of Toxic Air Releases in Southern California." Economic Development Quarterly 13.2 (May, 1999).
  3. L.S. Bennear with Nolan Miller and Robert Stavins. "The Effects of Environmental Regulation on Technology Diffusion: The Case of Chlorine Manufacturing." American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 93.2 (2003): 431-435.
  4. L.S. Bennear, R.N. Stavins, A. Wagner. "Private Options to Use Public Goods: Using Revealed Preferences to Estimate Environmental Benefits." Journal of Regulatory Economics 28.2 (2005): 157-180.
  5. Bennear, Lori S. and Cary Coglianese. "Measuring Progress: Program Evaluation of Environmental Policies." Environment 47.2 (2005): 22-39.
  6. C. Coglianses and L.S. Bennear. "Program Evaluation of Environmental Policies: Toward Evidence-Based Decision Making." Decision Making for the Environment: Social and Behavioral Science Research Priorities. Ed. Brewer, G.D. and P.C. Stern. National Academies Press, 2005
  7. L.S. Bennear. "Evaluating Management-Based Regulation: A Valuable Tool in the Regulatory Tool Box?." Leveraging the Private Sector: Management-Based Strategies for Improving Environmental Performance. Ed. Coglianese, Cary and Jennifer Nash. Washington DC: Resources for the Future Press, 2006
  8. L.S. Bennear. "Are Management-Based Regulations Effective?." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 26.2 (2007): 327-348.
  9. L.S. Bennear and R.N. Stavins. "Second-Best Theory and the Use of Multiple Policy Instruments." Environmental and Resource Economics 37.1 (2007): 111-129.
  10. L.S. Bennear and S.M. Olmstead. "The Impacts of the "Right to Know": Information Disclosure and the Violation of Drinking Water Standards." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 56.2 (2008): 117-130.
  11. L.S. Bennear and K.L. Dickinson. "The Role of Program Evaluation in Environmental Policy: A Critical Evaluation of the Incentives Created by GPRA and PART.."  2008 [pdf]
  12. L.S. Bennear. "What Do We Really Know: The Effect Of Reporting Thresholds On Inference Using Environmental Right-To-Know Data." Regulation and Governance 2.3 (2008): 293-315. [x]
  13. L.S. Bennear, Katrina K Jessoe, and Sheila M. Olmstead. "Sampling Out: Regulatory Design and the Total Coliform Rule." Environ Sci & Technol  (2008).
  14. M.B. Sullivan, L.S. Bennear, W.E. Painter, Jr.. "A Quasi-experimental Examination of Family Centered Treatment®: Outcomes for a Juvenile Delinquent Population."  2008
  15. L.S. Bennear, M. Baker-Goering, M. Lenox. "The Effectiveness of Information Disclosure: An Examination of the TRI."  2008
  16. L.S. Bennear, K.K. Jessoe, S.M. Olmstead. "Sampling Out: Regulatory Avoidance and the Total Coliform Rule." Environ Sci & Technol (2009). [es803115k]
  17. L.S. Bennear and S.M. Olmstead. "Information Disclosure and Drinking Water Quality." Resources Magazine (Fall, 2009).
  18. L.S. Bennear and S.M. Olmstead. "Information Disclosure and Drinking Water Quality." Issues of the Day: 100 Commentaries on Climate, Energy, the Environment, Transportation, and Public Health Policy 2010. 122-123.  (edited by Parry, Ian W.H and Felicia Day and published by Resources for the Future Press in Washington, DC.)
  19. Asche, Frank, Lori S. Bennear, Atle Oglend, and Martin D. Smith. "U.S. Shrimp Market Integration." Marine Resources Economics 29.2 (2012): 181-192.
  20. Bennear, Lori S., Alessandro Tarozzi , Alexander Pfaff, Soumya H. Balasubramanya, Kazi Matin Ahmed, and Alexander van Geen. "Impacts of a Randomized Controlled Trial in Arsenic Risk Communication on Household Water-Source Choices in Bangladesh." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management  (2012).
  21. Bennear, Lori S., Jonathan M. Lee, and Laura O. Taylor. "Municipal Rebate Programs for Environmental Retrofits: An Evaluation of Additionality and Cost-Effectiveness." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management  (2012).
  22. L.S. Bennear. "Beyond Belts and Suspenders: Promoting Private Risk Management in Offshore Drilling." Regulatory Breakdown? The Crisis of Confidence in U.S. Regulation 2012.
  23. L.S. Bennear, C. Coglianese. "Flexible Environmental Regulation." Oxford Handbook of U.S. Environmental Policy, (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press) 2012  [abs]
  24. L.S. Bennear, J.M. Lee and L.O. Taylor. "Municipal Rebate Programs for Environmental Retrofits: An Evaluation of Additionality and Cost-Effectiveness." J Pol Anal & Manag 32.2 (2013): 350-372. [pam.21692]
  25. L.S. Bennear, A. Tarozzi , A. Pfaff, S.H. Balasubramanya, K.M. Ahmed, and A. van Geen. "Impacts of a Randomized Controlled Trial in Arsenic Risk Communication on Household Water-Source Choices in Bangladesh." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 65.2 (2013): 225-240. [006]
  26. Smith, Martin D., Frank Asche, Lori S. Bennear, Elizabeth Havice, Andrew J. Read, Dale Squires. "Will a catch share for whales improve social welfare?." Ecol Appl  (2014).

Bennett, Philip F

  1. P.F. Bennett. "Covering Islam." Faith, Politics and Press in Our Perilous Times. Ed. Stephen Burgard Kendall Hunt, 2010
  2. P.F. Bennett. ""Retrato de un pais en crisis" (Portrait of a Country in Crisis)." El Pais newspaper (June 13, 2010). [Tes]  [abs]
  3. Philip Bennett. ""Truth Vigilantes: On Transparency and Journalism"." Transparency in Politics and the Media: Accountability and Open Government. I.B. Taurus, October, 2013

Berlin, Lisa J.

  1. Cassidy, J., & Berlin, L.J.. "The insecure-abivalent pattern of attachment: Theory and research." Child Development 65 (1994): 971-991.
  2. Berlin, L.J., Brooks-Gunn, J., Spiker, D., & Zaslow, M.J.. "Examining observational measures of emotional support and cognitive stimulation in black and white mothers of preschoolers." Journal of Family Issues 16 (1995): 664-686.
  3. Berlin, L.J., Cassidy, J., & Belsky, J.. "Loneliness in young children and infant-mother attachment: A longitudinal study." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 41 (1995): 91-103.
  4. "Opening the black box: What makes early child and family development programs work?." Zero to Three [Special Issue] 18 (1998).
  5. Berlin, L.J., Brooks-Gunn, J., & McCarton, C.. "The effectiveness of early intervention: Examining risk factors and pathways to enhanced development." Preventive Medicine 27 (1998): 238-245.
  6. Goodman, G., Aber, J.L., Berlin, L. J., & Brooks-Gunn, J.. "The relations between maternal behaviors and urban preschool children's internal working models of attachment security." Infant Mental Health Journal 19 (1998): 378-393.
  7. Kisker, E.E., Love, J.M., & Raikes, H. (with Boller, K., Paulsell, D., Rosenberg, L., Coolahan, K., & Berlin, L.J.). "Leading the way: Characteristics and early experiences of selected Early Head Start programs: Vol. 1. Cross-site perspectives." Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1999).
  8. Kisker, E.E., Love, J.M., & Raikes, H. (with Boller, K., Paulsell, D., Rosenberg, L., Coolahan, K., & Berlin, L.J.). "Leading the way: Characteristics and early experiences of selected Early Head Start programs: Vol. 2. Program profiles." Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1999).
  9. Cassidy, J., & Berlin, L.J.. "Understanding the origins of childhood loneliness: Contributions of attachment theory." Loneliness in childhood and adolescence. Ed. K.J. Rotenberg & S. Hymel New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999: 34-55.
  10. Youngblade, L.M., Berlin, L.J., & Belsky, J.. "Connections among loneliness, the ability to be alone, and peer relationships in young children." Loneliness in childhood and adolescence. Ed. K.J. Rotenberg & S. Hymel New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999: 135-152.
  11. Paulsell, D., Kisker, E.E., Love, J.M., & Raikes, H. (with Boller, K., Rosenberg, L., Collahan, K., & Berlin, L.J.). "Leading the way: Characteristics and early experiences of selected Early Head Start programs: Vol. 3. Program Implementation." Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2000).
  12. Brooks-Gunn, J., Berlin, L.J., Fuligni, A.S., & Leventhal, T.. "Depending on the kindness of strangers: Current national data initiatives and developmental research." Child Development 71 (2000): 257-268.
  13. Berlin, L.J., & Cassidy, J.. "Understanding parenting: Contributions of attachment theory and research." The World Alliance for Infant Mental Health handbook of infant mental health, Vol. 3: Parenting and child care. Ed. J. Osofsky & H. Fitzgerald New York: Wiley, 2000: 133-170.
  14. Love, J.M., Kisker, E.E., Ross, C.R., Schochet, P.Z., Brooks-Gunn, J., Boller, K., Paulsell, D., Fuligni, A., & Berlin, L.J.. "Building their futures: How Early Head Start programs are enhancing the lives of infant and toddlers in low-income families." Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2001).
  15. Berlin, L.J., & Cassidy, J.. "Enhancing early child-parent relationships: Implications of adult attachment research." Infants and Young Children 14 (2001): 64-76.
  16. Berlin, L.J., Brooks-Gunn, J., & Aber, J.L.. "Promoting early childhood development through comprehensive community initiatives." Children's Services: Social Policy, Research, and Practice 1 (2001): 1-24.
  17. Berlin, L.J., Brady-Smith, C., & Brooks-Gunn, J.. "Links between childbearing age and observed maternal behaviors with 14-month olds in the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project [Special issue on Early Head Start]." Infant Mental Health Journal 23 (2002): 104-129.
  18. Brooks-Gunn, J., Fuligni, A.S., & Berlin, L.J. (Eds.). Early childhood development in the 21st Century: Profiles of current research initiatives. New York: Teachers College Press, 2003.
  19. Berlin, L.J., & Cassidy, J.. "Mother's self-reported control of their preschool children's emotional expressiveness: A longitudinal study of associations with infant-mother attachment and children's emotion regulation." Social Development 12 (2003): 477-495.
  20. Fivush, R., Berlin, L.J., Sales, J., Mennuti-Washburn, J., & Cassidy, J.. "Style and content of parent-child reminiscing about emotionally negative events [Special issue on autobiographical memory]." Memory 11 (2003): 179-192.
  21. Berlin, L.J., & Dodge, K.A.. "Relations among relationships. Invited commentary on "Child abuse and neglect and adult intimate relationships: A prospective study." Child Abuse and Neglect 28 (2004): 1127-1132.
  22. Malone, P.S., Lansford, J.E., Castellino, D.R., Berlin, L.J., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Petit, G.S.. "Divorce and child behavior problems: Applying latent change score models to life event data." Structural Equation Modeling II (2004): 401-423.
  23. Dodge, K.A., Berlin, L.J., Epstein, M., Roth, A.S., O'Donnell, K., Kaufman, M., Amaya-Jackson, L., Rosch, J., & Christopher, C.. "The Durham Family Initiative: A preventive system of care." Child Welfare 83 (2004): 109-128.
  24. Berlin, L.J., Ziv, Y., Amaya-Jackson, L. M., & Greenberg, M. T. (Eds). Enhancing early attachments: Theory, research, intervention, and policy. New York: Guilford Press, 2005.
  25. Owen, J. W., Berlin, L.J., Wall, A., & Attarian, L. (Eds.). "Medicaid cost containment strategies in North Carolina and other states. Briefing report prepared for the North Carolina Family Impact Seminar.." (2005).
  26. Berlin, L.J.. "An overview of Medicaid in North Carolina.." J. W.Owen, L.J. Berlin, A. Wall, & L. Attarian (Eds.), Medicaid cost containment strategies in North Carolina and other states. Briefing report prepared for the North Carolina Family Impact Seminar. (2005).
  27. Douglass, N., Owen, J.W., & Berlin, L.J. (Eds.). "Children's mental health: Strategies for providing high quality and cost effective care. Briefing report prepared for the North Carolina Family Impact Seminar.." (2006).
  28. Douglass, N., Berlin, L.J., & Owen, J. W.. "Children's mental illness in the United States and North Carolina.." N. Douglass, J. W.Owen, & L. J. Berlin (Eds.), Children's mental health: Strategies for providing high quality and cost effective care. Briefing report prepared for the North Carolina Family Impact Seminar. (2006).
  29. Berlin, L.J., Owen, J. W., & Seaford, G. (Eds.). "Juvenile or adult? Adolescent offenders and the line between the juvenile and criminal justice systems. Briefing report prepared for the North Carolina Family Impact Seminar.." (2007).
  30. Lloyd, C., & Berlin, L.J.. "Research on adolescent development, competence, and character.." L.J. Berlin, J.W. Owen, & G. Seaford (Eds.) Juvenile or adult? Adolescent offenders and the line between the juvenile and criminal justice systems. Briefing report prepared for the North Carolina Family Impact Seminar. (2007).
  31. Rosch, J., Owen, J.W., & Berlin, L.J.. "Policy options and considerations for further deliberation." L. J. Berlin, J. W. Owen, & G. Seaford (Eds.), Juvenile or adult? Adolescent offenders and the line between the juvenile and criminal justices systems. Briefing report prepared for the North Carolina Family Impact Seminar. (2007).
  32. Appleyard, K., & Berlin, L. J.. "Supporting healthy relationships between young children and their parents: Lessons from attachment theory and research [Research Brief].." Durham, NC: Center for Child and Family Policy, Duke University.. (2007, Spring).
  33. Berlin, L.J., Cassidy, J., & Appleyard, K.. "The influence of early attachments on other relationships." Handbook of attachment. Ed. J. Cassidy & P. R. Shaver 2nd ed.New York: Guilford Press, 2008: 333-347.
  34. Berlin, L.J., Zeanah, C.H., & Lieberman, A.F.. "Prevention and intervention programs for supporting early attachment security." Handbook of attachment. Ed. J. Cassidy & P. R. Shaver 2nd ed.New York: Guilford Press, 2008: 745-761.
  35. L.J. Berlin. "Attachment theory." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Ed. Darrity, W. (Ed.) 2nd ed.Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008: 195-197.
  36. Duggan, A., Berlin, L. J., Cassidy, J., Burrell, L., & Tandon, D.. "Examining maternal depression and attachment insecurity as moderators of the impacts of home visiting for at-risk mothers and infants." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 77 (2009): 788-799..
  37. Berlin, L. J., Malone, P. S., Ayoub, C. A, Ispa, J., Fine, M., Brooks-Gunn, J., Brady-Smith, C., & Bai, Y.. "Correlates and Consequences of Spanking and Verbal Punishment for Low Income White, African American, and Mexican American Toddlers." Child Development 80.5 (2009): 1403-1420. [PDFSTART]

Bermeo, Sarah B

  1. "Utility Maximization and Foreign Aid."   (November, 2007).  [abs]
  2. "Aid Strategies of Bilateral Donors."   (November, 2008).  [abs]
  3. "Baskets of Aid: Recipient Characteristics and the Composition of Bilateral Aid."   (2009).
  4. Davis, Christina and Sarah Blodgett Bermeo. "Who Files? Developing Country Participation in GATT/WTO Adjudication (with Christina Davis)." Journal of Politics 71.3 (July, 2009): 1033-1049. [displayFulltext]  [abs]
  5. S.B. Bermeo. "Development and Strategy: Aid Allocation in an Interdependent World."   (2010).  [abs]
  6. S. Bermeo. "A $100 Billion Myth: Lessons for Climate Change Assistance from Sixty Years of ODA."   (February, 2011).  [abs]
  7. S.B. Bermeo, David Leblang, Dustin Tingley. "Clowns to the Left of Me, Jokers to the Right: How Donor Partisanship Shapes the Allocation of Foreign Aid."   (2011).  [abs]
  8. S. Bermeo. "Foreign Aid and Regime Change: A Role for Donor Intent." World Development 39.11 (November, 2011): 2021-2031. [S0305750X1100194X]  [abs]
  9. S.B. Bermeo. "Aid is Not Oil: Donor Utility, Heterogeneous Aid, and the Aid-Democratization Relationship." (May, 2014). Revise and Resubmit, International Organization  [abs]
  10. Sarah Blodgett Bermeo and David Leblang. "Migration and Foreign Aid." (April, 2014). Forthcoming, International Organization  [abs]

Blount, Alma G

  1. A.G. Blount. "Photo essays and articles." Southern Exposure Magazine, The Independent (1980s).
  2. A.G. Blount. "Photos." Village Voice, In These Times, and other alternative newspapers (1980s).
  3. A.G. Blount. "Produced four comprehensive audio-visual shows for faith communities about U.S. policy in Central America." (1980-1987).
  4. A.G. Blount. "Photo exhibits at The Art Center, Carrboro; University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; The Image Bank, New York City." (1980s).
  5. A.G. Blount. "Chapter." Growing Up Southern Pantheon Books. (1981).
  6. A.G. Blount. "Speaking for Ourselves (article in collection)." Pantheon Books. (1984).
  7. A.G. Blount. "Transforming Lives: Service Opportunities in Leadership." Duke University Libraries (Winter, 2000).
  8. A.G. Blount. How Does a Campus Link the Curriculum and Co-Curriculum for Civic Engagement. Democracy and Civic Engagement.  Fall, 2005. (a monograph published by the New York Times and the American Democracy Project, American Association of State Colleges and Universities)
  9. A.G. Blount. "Critical Reflection for Public Life: How Reflective Practice Helps Students Become Politically Engaged." Journal of Political Science Education Vo. 2.3 (Fall, 2006).  [author's comments]
  10. A.G. Blount. "Service Opportunites in Leadership Toolkit Resources." Educating for Democracy Jossey-Bass. (2007).  [abs]
  11. A.G. Blount. "Critical Reflection and Public Life: A Pedagogy for Teaching Undergraduate Students about Leadership." The Journal of Sookmyung Global Leadership No. 5 (June, 2007): 65-84.
  12. A.G. Blount. "Adaptive Interdependence." Duke Magazine 95.3 (June, 2009). [html]
  13. Parker J. Palmer, Arthur Zajonc with Megan Scribner. "Experiments in Integrative Education--Appendices: Course Syllabi and Pedagogy Overview." The Heart of Higher Education: A Call to Renewal--Transforming the Academy Through Collegial Conversations Jossey-Bass. (2010).  [author's comments]
  14. A.G. Blount. Courage for the Tough Questions: Leadership and Adaptive Learning. From Command to Community: A New Approach to Leadership Education in Colleges and Universities. Edited by Nicholas V. Longo and Cynthia M. Gibson. Tufts University Press, May, 2011.  [abs]

Bradley, Curtis A

  1. C.A. Bradley (with Professor Jack Goldsmith of Harvard Law School). Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials. Aspen Press, 2003.
  2. C.A. Bradley (with Professor Barry Carter of the Georgetown Law Center). International Law (4th ed.). Aspen Press, 2003.
  3. C.A. Bradley (with Professor Martin Flaherty of Fordham Law School). "Executive Power, Essentialism and Foreign Affairs." Michigan Law Review 102 (2004): 545-648.
  4. C.A. Bradley (with Jack Goldsmith). "The War on Terrorism: International Law, Clear Statement Requirements, and Constitutional Design." Harv. L. Rev. 2683 118 (2005).
  5. C.A. Bradley (with Jack Goldsmith). "Congressional Authorization and the War on Terrorism." Harv. L. Rev. 2047 118 (2005).

Brady, David

  1. Brooks, Clem and David Brady. "Income, Economic Voting, and Long-Term Political Change, 1952-1996." Social Forces 77.4 (1999): 1339-1375. [pdf]
  2. Brady, David and Michael Wallace. "Spatialization, Foreign Direct Investment and Labor Outcomes in the American States, 1976-1996." Social Forces 79.1 (2000): 67-100. [pdf]
  3. Brady, David, Carol Hostetter, Melissa A. Milkie, and Bernice A. Pescosolido.. "The Structure and Substance of Preparing Sociologists: The Nature of Qualifying Examinations in Graduate Education." Teaching Sociology 29 (2001): 1-21.
  4. Brady, David, and Michael Wallace.. "“Deindustrialization and Poverty:Manufacturing Decline and AFDC Recipiency in Lake County, Indiana, 1964-1993.”." Sociological Forum 21.(2) (2001): 321-358.
  5. Wallace, Michael, and David Brady.. "“The Next Long Swing: Spatialization,Technocratic Control, and the Restructuring of Work at the Turn of the Century.”." Sourcebook on Labor Markets: Evolving Structures and Processes, Pp. 101-133, Chapter 5, (2001).
  6. Brown, Kevin M., Susan Kenny, Bryan S. Turner, and John K. Prince. Rhetorics of Welfare: Uncertainty, Choice and Voluntary Associations.  Contemporary Sociology 30.6 (2001): 582-583.
  7. Terry Nichols Clark and Michael Rempel. Citizen Politics in Post-Industrial Societies.  Sociological Focus 34.3 (January, 2001): 327-328.
  8. Brady, David. "Rethinking the Sociological Measurement of Poverty." Social Forces 81.3 (2003): 715-752. [pdf]
  9. Brady, David. "The Poverty of Liberal Orthodox Economics." Socio-Economic Review 1.3 (2003): 369-409.
  10. Brady, David. "The Politics of Poverty: Left Political Institutions, the Welfare State and Poverty." Social Forces 82.2 (2003): 557-588. [pdf]
  11. Rosen, Ellen Israel. Making Sweatshops: The Globalization of the U.S. Apparell Industry.  Work and Occupations (2003).
  12. Brenner, Neil and Nik Theodore (Editors). Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe.  American Journal of Sociology (2003).
  13. Brady, David. "Reconsidering the Divergence Between Elderly, Child and Overall Poverty.." Research on Aging 26.5 (2004): 487-510. [pdf]
  14. Brady, David. "Why Public Sociology May Fail." Social Forces 82.4 (June, 2004): 1629-1638. [pdf]
  15. Brady, David. "Lies, Damned Lies and Poverty Statistics."  2005 [25425175_1_poverty-line-official-measure-molly-orshansky]
  16. Brady, David. "The Welfare State and Relative Poverty in Affluent Western Democracies, 1967-1997.." Social Forces 83 (2005): 1329-1364. [pdf]
  17. Brady, David, Jason Beckfield, and Martin Seleib-Kaiser. ""Economic Globalization and the Welfare State in Affluent Democracies, 1975-2001." American Sociological Review 70 (2005): 921-948. [pdf]
  18. Brady, David and Ryan Denniston. "Economic Globalization, Industrialization, and Deindustrialization in Affluent Democracies." Social Forces 85 (2006): 297-329. [pdf]
  19. Brady, David. "Structural Theory and Relative Poverty in Rich Western Democracies." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 24 (2006): 153-175. [pdf]
  20. Svallfors, Stefan. Analyzing Inequality: Life Chances and Social Mobility in Comparative Perspective.  Contemporary Sociology 35 (2006): 566-567.
  21. Brady, David. "Stratification and Politics." The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (2007).
  22. David Reingold, Maureen Pirog, and David Brady. "Empirical Evidence on Welfare Reform and Faith Based Organizations.." Social Service Review 81 (2007): 245-283. [pdf]
  23. Brady, David, Jason Beckfield and Wei Zhao. "The Consequences of Economic Globalization for Affluent Democracies." Annual Review of Sociology 33 (2007): 313-334. [pdf]
  24. Brady, David, Yunus Kaya, and Jason Beckfield. "Reassessing the Effect of Economic Growth on Well-Being in Less Developed Countries, 1980-2003." Studies in Comparative International Development 42 (2007): 1-35. [pdf]
  25. Brady, David. "Institutional, Economic or Solidaristic? Assessing Explanations for Unionization Across Affluent Democracies." Work and Occupations 34 (2007): 67-101. [pdf]
  26. Martin, Nathan and David Brady. "Workers of the Less Developed World Unite? A Multi-Level Analysis of Unionization in Less Developed Countries." American Sociological Review 72 (2007): 562-584. [pdf]
  27. Lambert, Josiah Bartlett. 'If the Workers Took a Notion': The Right to Strike and American Political Development.  Work and Occupations 34 (2007): 242-244.
  28. Brady, David and Denise Kall. "Nearly Universal, But Somewhat Distinct: The Feminization of Poverty in Affluent Western Democracies, 1969-2000." Social Science Research 37 (2008): 976-1007. [pdf]
  29. Kaya, Yunus and David Brady. "Stratification." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition (2008).
  30. Beckfield, Jason and David Brady. "Globalization, Social and Economic Aspects of." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition (2008).
  31. Brady, David and Kevin Leicht. "Party to Inequality: Right Party Power and Income Inequality in Rich Western Democracies." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 26 (2008): 77-106. [pdf]
  32. Hytrek, Gary and Kristine M. Zentgraff. America Transformed: Globalization, Inequality and Power.  International Review of Modern Sociology 34 (2008): 133-136.
  33. Brady, David. Rich Democracies, Poor People: How Politics Explain Poverty. Oxford University Press, 2009. [pdf]
  34. Brady, David, Andrew S. Fullerton, and Jennifer Moren-Cross. "Putting Poverty in Political Context: A Multi-Level Analysis of Adult Poverty Across 18 Affluent Western Democracies." Social Forces 88 (2009): 271-300. [pdf]
  35. Brady, David, Benjamin Sosnaud, and Steven Frenk. "The Shifting and Diverging White Working Class in U.S. Presidential Elections, 1972-2004." Social Science Research 38 (2009): 118-133. [pdf]
  36. Brady, David. "Economic Globalization and Increasing Earnings Inequality in Affluent Democracies." Economic Sociology of Work: Research in the Sociology of Work 18 (2009): 149-181. [pdf]
  37. Prasad, Monica. The Politics of Free Markets.  Social Forces 88 (2009): 462-464.
  38.  "Did the Democrats Win the White Working Class?."  2009: 10-11. [pdf]
  39. Wallace, Michael and David Brady. "Globalization or Spatialization? The Worldwide Spatial Restructuring of the Labor Process.." Contemporary Capitalism and Its Crises: Social Structure of Accumulation Theory for the 21st Century (2010): 121-144. [pdf]
  40. Brady, David and Benjamin Sosnaud. "The Politics of Economic Inequality." Handbook of Politics: State and Society in Global Perspective (2010): 521-541. [pdf]
  41. Brady, David, Andrew Fullerton, and Jennifer Moren Cross. "More Than Just Nickels and Dimes: A Cross-National Analysis of Working Poverty in 18 Affluent Democracies." Social Problems 57 (2010): 559-585. [pdf]
  42. Bebbington, Anthony J., Anis A. Dani, de Haan, and Michael Walton, and Dani, Anis A. and Arjan de Haan.. “Common Ground for Sociology and the World Bank?” Review Essay of Institutional Pathways to Equity: Addressing Inequality Traps, and Inclusive States: Social Policy and Structural Inequalities.  Contemporary Sociology 39 (2010): 530-532.
  43. Brady, David. "Introduction." Comparing European Workers Part B: Policies and Institutions, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 1-6. [pdf]
  44. Brady, David, Katelin Isaacs, Martha Reeves, Rebekah Burroway, and Megan Reynolds. "Sector, Size, Stability and Scandal: Explaining the Presence of Female Executives in Fortune 500 Firms." Gender in Management 26 (2011): 84-104. [pdf]
  45. Brady, David, Yunus Kaya, and Gary Gereffi. "The Stagnation of Industrial Employment in Latin America." Work and Occupations 38 (2011): 179-220. [pdf]
  46. Brady, David.. "Poverty." Oxford Bibliographies Online: Sociology (2011).
  47. Destro, Lane and David Brady. "Does European-Style Welfare Generosity Discourage Single Mother Employment?." Comparing European Workers Part B: Policies and Institutions, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 53-82. [pdf]
  48. Leicht, Kevin T. and David Brady. "Testing the Fat and Mean Thesis: Managerial Intensity and Earnings Inequality in Affluent Democracies." Comparing European Workers Part A: Experiences and Inequalities, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 143-170. [pdf]
  49. Brady, David. "Introduction." Comparing European Workers Part A: Experiences and Inequalities, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 1-7. [pdf]
  50. Wisecup, Allison and David Brady. "Family Economic Resources and Children’s Dental Health." Social Statistics, Poverty and Social Exclusion: Perspectives from Quebec, Canada and Abroad (2011): 75-88. [pdf]
  51. Babb, Sarah. Behind the Development Banks.  International Journal of Comparative Sociology (Forthcoming).
  52. Brady, David. "Comparing European Workers Part A: Experiences and Inequalities."  2011 [pdf]
  53. Brady, David. "Comparing European Workers Part B: Policies and Institutions."  2011 [pdf]
  54. Brady, David and Ryan Finnigan. "Multicultural Welfare Politics: Immigration Mostly Has No Effect on Welfare Attitudes."  2011 [pdf]
  55. Brady, David and Lane Destro. "Poverty." Oxford Handbook of U.S. Social Policy (Forthcoming).
  56. Brady, David. "Latent Coalitions for Egalitarianism May Be Dormant in Britain, But They Are a Sleeping Giant."  2012 [available here]
  57. Brady, David and Rebekah Burroway. "Targeting, Universalism and Single Mother Poverty: A Multi-Level Analysis Across 18 Affluent Democracies." Demography 49 (2012): 719-746. [pdf]
  58. Reynolds, Megan and David Brady. "Bringing You More Than the Weekend: Union Membership and Self-Rated Health in the U.S.." Social Forces 90 (2012): 1023-1049. [pdf]

Brands, Hal

  1. Hal Brands. "Lyndon Johnson and Chinese Representation Policy in the United Nations." American Diplomacy 9 (August, 2004).
  2. Hal Brands. "WARTIME RECRUITING PRACTICES, MARTIAL IDENTITY AND POST-WORLD WAR II DEMOBILIZATION IN COLONIAL KENYA." Journal of African History 46 (March, 2005).
  3. Hal Brands. "Rhetoric, Public Opinion, and Policy in the American Debate over the Japanese Emperor during World War II." Rhetoric & Public Affairs 8 (November, 2005).
  4. Hal Brands. "The Emperor's New Clothes: American Views of Hirohito after World War II." The Historian 68 (February, 2006).
  5. Hal Brands. "Rethinking Nonproliferation: LBJ, the Gilpatric Committee, and U.S. National Security Policy." Journal of Cold War Studies 8 (Spring, 2006).
  6. Hal Brands. "Progress Unseen: U.S. Arms Control Policy and the Origins of Détente, 1963–1968." Diplomatic History 30 (April, 2006). [pdf]
  7. Hal Brands. "Who Saved the Emperor? The MacArthur Myth and U.S. Policy toward Hirohito and the Japanese Imperial Institution, 1942-1946." Pacific Historical Review 75 (May, 2006).
  8. Hal Brands. "Richard Nixon and Economic Nationalism in Latin America: The Problem of Expropriations, 1969-1974." Diplomacy & Statecraft 17 (January, 2007).
  9. Hal Brands. "Non-Proliferation and the Dynamics of the Middle Cold War: The Superpowers, the MLF, and the NPT." Cold War History 7 (August, 2007).
  10. Hal Brands. From Berlin to Baghdad: America's Search for Purpose in the Post-Cold War World. University Press of Kentucky, 2008.
  11. Hal Brands. "Third-World Politics in an Age of Global Upheaval: The Latin American Challenge to U.S. and Western Hegemony, 1965-1975." Diplomatic History 32.1 (January, 2008). [pdf]
  12. Hal Brands. "Economic Development and the Contours of U.S. Foreign Policy: The Nixon Administration's Approach to Latin America, 1969–1974." Peace & Change 33 (April, 2008). [pdf]
  13. Hal Brands. "Los Zetas: Inside Mexico's Most Dangerous Drug Gang." Air and Space Power Journal (Spanish Edition) (Tercer Trimestre 2009).
  14. Hal Brands. Mexico's Narco-Insurgency and U.S. Counter-Drug Policy. Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, May, 2009.
  15. Hal Brands. "Third Generation Gangs and Criminal Insurgency in Latin America." Small Wars Journal (July, 2009).
  16. H. Brands. The Rise of the Center in Latin America.  World Politics Review (July, 2009).
  17. Hal Brands. Political Ferment in Latin America: The Populist Resurgence, the Rise of the Center, and Implications for U.S. Policy. Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, September, 2009.
  18. Hal Brands. "Los Zetas and Mexico's Transnational Drug War." World Politics Review (September, 2009).
  19. Hal Brands. Latin America's Cold War. Harvard University Press, 2010. (Paperback released in 2012)
  20. Hal Brands. Gangs and the New Insurgency in Latin America.  World Politics Review (June 10, 2009).
  21. Hal Brands. Mexico's Narco-Insurgency.  World Politics Review (December 22, 2008).
  22. H. Brands. Lo que no funcionará de nuevo.  El Universal (August 31, 2008).
  23. Hal Brands. U.S. Plan to Fight Drugs in Mexico Bound to Falter Without Changes.  San Jose Mercury News, LA Progressive, Tri-Cities Herald, Delaware State News, and other media outlets (July 27, 2008).
  24. Hal Brands. The War on Terror Has Fizzled.  Hartford Courant (September 2, 2007).
  25. Hal Brands. "El renacimiento populista, el crecimiento del centro, y la politica de los Estados Unidos en Latinoamerica." Air and Space Power Journal (Spanish Edition) (Primer Trimestre 2010). (Also published as "Como Enfrentar a Desarmonia na América Latina: O Resurgimento Populista, a Emergência do Centro e as Inferências para as Diretrizes Norte-Americanas," in Air and Space Power Journal (Portuguese Edition), 2nd Trimester 2010.)
  26. Hal Brands. Crime, Violence, and the Crisis in Guatemala: A Case Study in the Erosion of the State. Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, May, 2010. [display.cfm]
  27. Hal Brands. "The United States and the Peruvian Challenge, 1968-1975." Diplomacy & Statecraft 20 (September, 2010). [pdf]
  28. Hal Brands. Dilemmas of Brazilian Grand Strategy. Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, September, 2010. [display.cfm]
  29. Hal Brands. "Criminal Fiefdoms in Latin America: Understanding the Problem of Alternatively Governed Spaces."  September, 2010 Policy paper prepared for US SOUTHCOM  [author's comments]
  30. Hal Brands. "Inside the Iraqi State Records: Saddam Hussein, Irangate, and the United States." Journal of Strategic Studies 34 (February, 2011).
  31. Hal Brands. "Crime, Irregular Warfare, and Institutional Failure in Latin America: Guatemala as a Case Study." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 34.3 (March, 2011).
  32. Hal Brands. "Evaluating Brazilian Grand Strategy under Lula." Comparative Strategy 31.1 (Spring, 2011).
  33. H. Brands. "Why Did Saddam Invade Iran? New Evidence on Motives, Complexity, and the Israel Factor." Journal of Military History (Summer, 2011).
  34. Hal Brands. "Reform, Democratization, and Counter-Insurgency: Evaluating the U.S. Experience in Cold War Latin America." Small Wars & Insurgencies 22.2 (Summer, 2011).
  35. Hal Brands, David Palkki. ""Saddam, Israel, and the Bomb: Nuclear Alarmism Justified?"." International Security 36.1 (Summer, 2011).
  36. Hal Brands, David Palkki. "Why Did Saddam Want the Bomb? The Israel Factor and the Iraqi Nuclear Program." Foreign Policy Research Institute E-Notes (August, 2011).
  37. Hal Brands. "Making the Conspiracy Theorist a Prophet: Covert Action and the Contours of U.S.-Iraq Relations." International History Review (September, 2011).
  38. H. Brands. "Saddam and Israel: What do the New Iraqi Records Reveal?." Diplomacy & Statecraft 22.3 (September, 2011).
  39. H. Brands. "Diplomatic Milestones, 1992-2000: Dilemmas of the Post-Cold War Era." Guide to U.S. Foreign Policy: A Diplomatic History. Ed. Robert J. McMahon and Thomas W. Zeiler CQ Press, 2012: 503-516.
  40. Hal Brands, David Palkki. "Conspiring Bastards: Saddam Hussein's Strategic View of the United States." Diplomatic History (June, 2012).
  41. Hal Brands. "Saddam Hussein, the United States, and the Invasion of Iran: Was There a Green Light?." Cold War History 12 (June, 2012).
  42. Hal Brands. The Promise and Pitfalls of Grand Strategy. Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, August, 2012.
  43. H. Brands and P. Feaver. "Common Fallacies and Uncommon Fixes in the American Grand Strategy Debate."  RAND Corporation Working Paper, September, 2012
  44. Hal Brands. What Good is Grand Strategy? Power and Purpose in American Statecraft from Harry S Truman to George W. Bush. Cornell University Press, 2014.
  45. H. Brands. "Breaking Down Obama's Grand Strategy." The National Interest (23 June 2014).

Brewster, Ann B.

  1. Bowen, G. L., Richman, J. M., Brewster, A., & Bowen, N.. "Sense of school coherence, perceptions of danger at school, and teacher support among youth at risk of school failure." Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 15.4 (1998): 273-286.
  2. Brewster, A. B., & Bowen, G. L.. "Teacher support and school engagement for Latino middle and high school students at risk of school failure.." Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 21.1 (2004): 47-67.
  3. A.B. Brewster & J. B. Kupersmidt. "Durham County Youth Drug Treatment Court Process Evaluation.."  February, 2005 Submitted to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. Innovation Research and Training, Inc., Durham, NC
  4. A.B. Brewster & J. B. Kupersmidt. "Rowan County Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Process Evaluation.."  April, 2005 Submitted to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. Innovation Research and Training, Inc., Durham, NC
  5. A.B. Brewster & J. B. Kupersmidt. "Mecklenburg County Youth Treatment Court Process Evaluation.."  June, 2005 Submitted to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. Innovation Research and Training, Inc., Durham, NC
  6. A.B. Brewster & J. B. Kupersmidt. "Wake County Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Process Evaluation.."  August, 2005 Submitted to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. Innovation Research and Training, Inc., Durham, NC
  7. A.B. Brewster. "OPED: Wiser ways to approach teen criminals." Raleigh News and Observer, December 20, 2006 (December 20, 2006). [pdf]
  8. Brewster, A. B.. "Setting the stage: Juvenile justice history, statistics, and practices."  Ed. Berlin, L. J., Owen, J. & Seaford, G. Family Impact Seminar Brief,Center for Child and Family Policy, Duke University, January, 2007 [pdf]

Brownell, Kelly D

  1. Brownell, KD, Heckerman, CL, Westlake, RJ, Hayes, SC, & Monti, PM. "The effect of couples training and partner cooperativeness in the behavioral treatment of obesity." Behaviour Research and Therapy 16 (1978): 323-333.
  2. Brownell, KD, Heckerman, CL, Westlake, RJ, Hayes, SC, & Monti, PM. "Therapist and group contact as variables in the behavioral treatment of obesity." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 46 (1979): 593-594.
  3. Stunkard, AJ, & Brownell, KD. "Work site treament for obesity." American Journal of Psychiatry 137 (1980): 252-253.
  4. Bachorik, PS, Walker, R, Brownell, KD, Stunkard, AJ, & Kwiterovich, PO. "Determination of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol in stored human plasma." Journal of Lipid Research 21 (1980): 608-616.
  5. Brownell, KD, Stunkard, AJ, & Albaum, JM. "Evaluation and modification of exercise patterns in the natural environment." American Journal of Psychiatry 137 (1980): 1540-1545.
  6. Brownell, KD, & Stunkard, AJ. "Couples training, pharmacotherapy, and behavior therapy in the treatment of obesity." Archives of General Psychiatry 38 (1981): 1224-1229.
  7. Brownell, KD, & Stunkard, AJ. "Differential changes in plasma high-density lipoprotein cholesterol in obese men and women during weight reduction." Archives of Internal Medicine 141 (1981): 1142-1146.
  8. Lansky, D, & Brownell, KD. "Estimates of food quantity and calories: Errors in self-report among obese patients." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 35 (1982): 727-732.
  9. Brownell, KD. "Obesity: Understanding and treating a serious, prevalent, and refractory disorder." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 50 (1982): 820-840.
  10. Brownell, KD, & Stunkard, AJ. "The double-blind in danger: Untoward consequences of informed consent." American Journal of Psychiatry 139 (1982): 1487-1489.
  11. Brownell, KD, & Kaye, FS. "A school-based behavior modification, nutrition education, and physical activity program for obese children." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 35 (1982): 277-283.
  12. Brownell, KD, Bachorik, PS, & Ayerle, RS. "Changes in plasma lipid and lipoprotein levels in men and women during a program of moderate exercise." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 65 (1982): 477-484.
  13. Wadden, TA, Stunkard, AJ, & Brownell, KD, Van Itallie, TB. "The Cambridge Diet: More mayhem?." Journal of the American Medical Association 250 (1983): 2833-2844.
  14. Wadden, TA, Stunkard, AJ, & Brownell, KD. "Very-low-calorie-diets: Their efficacy, safety, and future." Annals of Internal Medicine 99 (1983): 675-684.
  15. Brownell, KD, Kelman, JH, & Stunkard, AJ. "Treatment of overweight children with and without their mothers: Changes in weight and blood pressure." Pediatrics 71 (1983): 515-523.
  16. Brownell, KD. "Behavioral, psychological, and environmental predictors of obesity and success at weight reduction." International Journal of Obesity 8 (1984): 543-550.
  17. Wadden, TA, Foster, GD, Brownell, KD, Finley, E. "Self-concept in obese and normal weight children." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 52 (1984): 1104-1105.
  18. Brownell, KD, Cohen, RY, Stunkard, AJ, Felix, MRJ, & Cooley, NB. "Weight loss competitions at the work site: Impact on weight, morale, and cost-effectiveness." American Journal of Public Health 74 (1984): 1283-1285.
  19. Wadden, TA, Stunkard, AJ, Brownell, KD, & Dey, SC. "The treatment of moderate obesity by behavior modification and very-low-calorie diets: A pilot investigation." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 52 (1984): 692-694.
  20. Wadden, TA, Stunkard, AJ, Brownell, KD, & Dey, SC. "Advances in the treatment of moderate obesity: Combined treatment by behavior modification and very-low-calorie diet." Recent Advances in Obesity Research 4 (1985).
  21. Foster, GD, Wadden, TA, & Brownell, KD. "A peer-led program for the treatment and prevention of obesity in the schools." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 53 (1985): 538-540.
  22. Wadden, TA, Stunkard, AJ, Brownell, KD, & Dey, SC. "A comparison of two very-low-calorie diets: Protein-sparing-modified fast and protein formula liquid diet." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 41 (1985): 533-539.
  23. Brownell, KD, Stunkard, AJ, & McKeon, PM. "Weight reduction at the worksite: A promise partially fulfilled." American Journal of Psychiatry 142 (1985): 47-51.
  24. Brownell, KD, Marlatt GA, Lichtenstein, E, & Wilson, GT. "Understanding and preventing relapse." American Psychologist 41 (1986): 765-782.
  25. Brownell, KD, Greenwood, MRC, Stellar, E, & Shrager, EE. "The effects of repeated cycles of weight loss and regain in rats." Physiology and Behavior 38 (1986): 459-464.
  26. Brownell, KD. "Public health approaches to obesity and its management." Annual Review of Public Health 7 (1986): 521-533.
  27. Cohen, RY, Sattler, J, Felix, MRJ, & Brownell, KD. "Experimentation with smokeless tobacco by children and adolescents: Relationship to beliefs, peer use, and parental use." American Journal of Public Health 77 (1987): 1454-1456.
  28. Steen, SN, Oppliger, RA, & Brownell, KD. "Metabolic effects of repeated weight loss and regain in adolescent wrestlers." Journal of the American Medical Association 260 (1988): 47-50.
  29. Blackburn, GL, Wilson, GT, Kanders, BS, Stein, LJ, Lavin, PT, Adler, J, & Brownell, KD. "Weight cycling: The experience of human dieters." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 49 (1989): 1105-1109.
  30. Steen, SN, & Brownell, KD. "Patterns of weight loss and regain in wrestlers: Has the tradition changed?." Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 22 (1990): 762-768.
  31. Cohen, RY, Brownell, KD, & Felix, MRJ. "Age and sex differences in health habits and beliefs of school children." Health Psychology 9 (1990): 208-224.
  32. Stein, LJ, Stellar, E, West, DB, Greenwood, MRC, Foster, GD, Feurer, I, Brown, J, Mullen, JL, & Brownell, KD. "Early-onset repeated dieting reduces food intake and body weight but not adiposity in dietary-obese female rats." Physiology and Behavior 51 (1991): 1-6.
  33. Brownell, KD. "Personal responsibility and control over our bodies: When expectation Exceeds reality." Health Psychology 10 (1991): 303-310.
  34. Lissner, L, Odell, PM, D'Agostino, RB, Stokes, J, Kreger, BE, Belanger, AJ, & Brownell, KD. "Variability in body weight and health outcomes in the Framingham population." New England Journal of Medicine 324 (1991): 1839-1844.
  35. Gerardo-Gettens, T, Miller, GD, Horwitz, BA, McDonald, RB, Brownell, KD, Greenwood, MRC, Rodin, J, & Stern, JS. "Exercise decreases fat selection in female rats during weight cycling." American Journal of Physiology 260 (1991): R518-R524.
  36. Brownell, KD, Rodin, J, & Wilmore, JH. Eating, Body Weight and Performance in Athletes: Disorders of Modern Society.  1992.
  37. Kiernan, M, Rodin, J, Brownell, KD, Wilmore, JH, & Crandall, C. "Relationship of level of exercise, age and weight cycling history to eating and weight disturbances in male and female runners." Health Psychology 11 (1992): 418-421.
  38. Brownell, KD, & Wadden, TA. "Etiology and treatment of obesity? Understanding a serious, prevalent, and refractory discorder." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 60 (1992): 505-517.
  39. Blair, SN, Shaten, J, Brownell, KD, Collins, G, & Lissner, L. "Body weight change, all-cause mortality, and cause-specific mortality in the Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial." Annals of Internal Medicine 119 (1993): 749-757.
  40. Brownell, KD, & Rodin, J. "The dieting maelstrom: Is it possible and advisable to lose weight?." American Psychologist 49 (1994): 781-791.
  41. Brownell, KD, & Rodin, J. "Medical, metabolic, and psychological effects of weight cycling." Archives of Internal Medicine 154 (1994): 1325-1330.
  42. Brownell, KD, & Fairburn, CG.. Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Comprehensive Handbook. Guilford, 1995.
  43. Friedman, MA, & Brownell, KD. "Psychological correlates of obesity: Moving to the next research generation." Psychological Bulletin 117 (1995): 3-20.
  44. Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD. "Matching individuals to weight loss treatments: A survey of weight loss experts." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 63 (1995): 149-154.
  45. Friedman, MA, Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD. "Differential relation of psychological functioning with the history and experience of weight cycling." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 66 (1998): 646-650.
  46. Epel, ES, McEwen, B, Seeman, T, Matthews, K, Castellazzo, G, Brownell, KD, Bell, J, & Ickovics, JR. "Stress and body shape: Stress-induced cortisol secretion is consistently greater among women with central fat." Psychosomatic Medicine 62 (2000): 623-632.
  47. Jacobson, MF, & Brownell, KD. "Small taxes on soft drinks and snack foods to promote health." American Journal of Public Health 90 (2000): 854-857.
  48. Baker, CW, Whisman, MA, & Brownell, KD. "Studying intergenerational transmission of eating attitudes and behaviors: Methodological and conceptual questions." Health Psychology 19 (2000): 376-381.
  49. Teachman, BA, & Brownell, KD. "Implicit anti-fat bias among health professional: Is Anyone immune:." International Journal of Obesity 25 (2001): 1525-1531.
  50. Puhl, R, & Brownell, KD. "Bias, Discrimination, and obesity." Obesity Research 9 (2001): 788-805.
  51. Epel, E, Lapidus, R, McEwen, B, & Brownell, KD. "Stress may add bite to appetite in women: A laboratory study of stress-induced cortisol and eating behavior." Psychoneuroendocrinology 26 (2001): 37-49.
  52. Fairburn, CG, & Brownell, KD. Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Comprehensive Handbook (Second Edition). Guilford Press, 2002.
  53. Blechman, EA, & Brownell, KD. Behavioral Medicine & Women: A Comprehensive Handbook. Guilford, 2002.
  54. Horgen, KD, & Brownell, KD. "Comparison of price change and health message interventions in promoting healthy food choices." 21 (2002): 505-512.
  55. Wadden, TA, Brownell, KD, & Foster, GD. "Obesity: Confronting a Global Epidemic." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 70 (2002): 510-525.
  56. Baker, CW, Little, TD, & Brownell, KD. "Predicitng adolescent eating and activity behavior: The role of social norms and personal agency." Health Psychology 22 (2003): 189-198.
  57. Schwartz, MB, Chambliss, HO, Brownell, KD, Blair, SN, & Billington, C. "Weight bias among health professional specializing in obesity." Obesity Research 11 (2003): 1033-1039.
  58. Greenberg, BS, Eastin, M, Hofschire, L, Lachlan, K, & Brownell, KD. "Portrayals of overweight and obese individuals on commercial television." American Journal of Public Health 93 (2003): 1342-1348.
  59. Teachman, BA, Gapinski, KD, Brownell, KD, Rawlins, M, & Jeyaram, S. "Demonstrations of anti-fat bias: The impact of providing causal information and evoking empathy." Health Psychology 22 (2003): 68-78.
  60. Brownell, KD, & Horgen, KB. Food Fight: The Inside Story of the Food Industry, America's Obesity Crisis, and What We Can Do About It. McGraw-Hill/Contemporary Books, 2004.
  61. Brownell, KD. "Obesity and managed care: A need for activism and advocacy (editorial)." American Journal of Managed Care 10 (2004): 353-354.
  62. Epel, E, Jimenez, S, Brownell, KD, Stroud, L, Stoney, and C, Niaura, R. "Are stress eaters at risk for the metabolic syndrome?." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1032 (2004): 208-210.
  63. Brownell, KD, Puhl, RB, Schwartz, MB, & Rudd, LC. Weight Bias: Nature, Consequences, and Remedies. Guilford, 2005.
  64. Brownell, KD, & Yach, D. "The battle of the bulge." Foreign Policy November/December (2005): 26-27.
  65. K.D. Brownell. "Puhl, RB, Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD." Health Psychology 25 (2005): 517-525.
  66. Brownell, KD, & Yach, D. "Lessons from a small country about the global obesity crisis." Globalization and Health 11 (2006): 1-2.
  67. Yach, D, Stuckler, D. & Brownell, KD. "Epidemiologic and economic consequences of the global epidemics of obesity and diabetes." Nature Medicine 12 (2006): 62-66.
  68. Vartanian, LR, Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD. "Effects of soft drink consumption on nutrition and health: A systematic review and meta-analysis." American Journal of Public Health 97 (2007): 667-675.
  69. Andreyeva, T, Blumenthal, DM, Schwartz, MB, Long, MW, & Brownell, KD. "Availability and prices of foods across stores and neighborhoods: The case of New Haven, Connecticut." Health Affairs 27 (2008): 1387-1388.
  70. Pomeranz, JL, & Brownell, KD. "Legal and public health considerations affecting the success, reach, and impact of menu labelling laws." American Journal of Public Health 98 (2008): 1578-1583.
  71. Swinburn, BA, Sacks, G, Lobstein, T, Rigby, N, Baur, L, Brownell, KD, Gill, T, Seidell, JC, & Kumanyika, S. "The "Sydney principles" for reducing the commercial promotion of foods and beverages to children." Public Health Nutrition 11 (2008): 881-886.
  72. Schwartz, MB, Vartanian, LR, Wharton, CM, & Brownell, KD. "Examining the nutritional quality of breakfast cereals marketed to children." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 108 (2008): 702-705.
  73. Brescoll, VL, Kersh, R, & Brownell, KD. "Assessing the feasibility and impact of federal childhood obesity policies." Annuals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 615 (2008): 178-194.
  74. Puhl, RM, Andreyeva, T, & Brownell, KD. "Perceptions of weight discrimination: prevalence and comparison to race and gender discrimination in America." International Journal of Obesity 22 (2008): 1-6.
  75. Andreyeva, A, Puhl, RM, & Brownell, KD. "Changes in perceived weight discrimination among Americans, 1995-1996 through 2004-2006." Obesity 35 (2008): 1-6.
  76. Brownell, KD, & Frieden, TR. "Ounces of prevention: The public policy case for taxes on sugared beverages." New England Journal of Medicine 360 (2009): 1805-1808. [NEJMp0902392]
  77. Brownell, KD, Farley, T, Willett, WC, Popkin, BM, Chaloupka, FJ, Thompson, JW, & Ludwig, DS. "The public health and economic benefits of taxing sugar-sweetened beverages." New England Journal of Medicine 361.16 (2009): 1599-1605. [NEJMhpr0905723]
  78. Harris, JL, Bargh, JA, & Brownell, KD. "Priming effects of television food advertising on eating behavior." Health Psychology 28 (2009): 404-413.
  79. Roberto, CA, Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD. "Rationale and evidence for menu labeling legislation." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 37 (2009): 546-551.
  80. Thomas, JJ, Vartanian, L, & Brownell, KD. "The relationship between eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) and full syndrome eating disorders: Meta-analysis and implications for DSM." Psychological Bulletin 135 (2009): 407-413.
  81. Ludwig, DS, & Brownell, KD. "Public health action amid scientific uncertainty: the case of restaurant calorie labeling regulations." JAMA 302 (2009): 434-435.
  82. Roberto, CA, Agnew, H, & Brownell, KD. "An observational study of consumers' accessing of nutrition information in chain restaurants." American Journal of Public Health 99 (2009): 820-821.
  83. McKinnon, RA, Orleans, CT, Kumanyika, SK, Haire-Joshu, D, Krebs-Smith, SM, Finkelstein, EA, Brownell, KD, Thompson, JW, & Ballard-Barbash, R. "Considerations for an obesity policy research agenda." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36 (2009): 351-357.
  84. Harris, JL, Pomeranz, J, Lobstein, T, & Brownell, KD. "A crisis in the marketplace: How food marketing contributes to childhood obesity and what can be done." Annual Review of Public Health 30 (2009): 211-225.
  85. Pomeranz, JL, Teret, SP, Sugarman, SD, Rutkow, L, & Brownell, KD. "Innovative legal approaches to address obesity." Milbank Quarterly 87 (2009): 185-213.
  86. Brownell, KD, & Warner, KE. "The perils of ignoring history: Big tobacco played dirty and millions died. How similar is big food?." Milbank Quarterly 87 (2009): 259-294.
  87. Gearhardt, AN, Corbin, WL, & Brownell, KD. "Food addiction: An examination of diagnostic criteria for dependence." Journal of Addiction Medicine 3 (2009): 1-7.
  88. Gearhardt, AN, Corbin, WL, & Brownell, KD. "Preliminary validation of the Yale food Addiction Scale." Appetite 52 (2009): 430-436.
  89. Barry, CL, Brescoll, VL, Brownell, KD, & Schlesinger, M. "Obesity metaphors: How beliefs about the causes of obesity affect support for public policy." Milbank Quarterly 87 (2009): 7-47.
  90. Harris, JL, Schwartz, MB, Ustjanauskas, A, Ohri-Vachaspati, P, & Brownell, KD. "Effects of serving high-sugar cereals on children’s breakfast-eating behavior." Pediatrics 127.1 (2010): 71-76. [full]
  91. Roberto, CA, Baik, J, Harris, JJ, & Brownell, KD. "The influence of licensed characters on children's taste and snack preferences." Pediatrics 126 (2010): 88-93.
  92. Roberto, CA, Hoffnagle, E., Bragg, MA, & Brownell, KD. "An observational study of consumer use of fast-food restaurant drive-thru lanes: Implications for menu labeling policy." Public Health Nutrition 13 (2010): 1826-1828.
  93. Brownell, KD. "The hunbling experience of treating obesity: Should we persist or desist?." Behaviour Research and Therapy 48 (2010): 717-719.
  94. Harris JL, Schwartz, MB, Brownell, KD. "Marketing foods to children and youth: Licensed characters and other promotions on packaged foods in the supermarket." Public Health Nutrition 13 (2010): 409-417.
  95. Brownell, KD. "Government intervention and the nation's diet: The slippery slope of inaction." American Journal of Bioethics 10 (2010): 1-2.
  96. Koplan, JP, & Brownell, KD. "The response of the food and beverage industry to the obesity threat." JAMA 304 (2010): 1487-1488.
  97. Goren, A, Harris, JL, Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD. "Predicting support for restricting food marketing to youth." Heallth Affairs 29 (2010): 419-424.
  98. Brownell, KD, Kersh, R, Ludwig, DS, Post, RC, Puhl, RM, Schwartz, MB, & Willett, WC. "Personal responsibility and obesity: A constructive approach to a controversial issue." Heallth Affairs 29 (2010): 379-387.
  99. Roberto, CA, Larson, PD, Agnew, H, Baik, J, & Brownell, KD. "Evaluating the impact of menu labeling on food choices and intake." American Journal of Public Health 100 (2010): 312-318.
  100. Sharma, LL, Teret, SP, & Brownell, KD. "The food industry and self-regulation: Standards to promote success and to avoid health failures." American Journal of Public Health 100 (2010): 240-246.
  101. Andreyeva, T, Long, MW, & Brownell, KD. "The impact of food prices on consumption: A systematic review of research on the price elasticity of deman for food." American Journal of Public Health 100 (2010): 216-222.
  102. Pomeranz, JL, & Brownell, KD. "Advancing public health obesity policy through state attorney’s general." American Journal of Public Health 101.3 (2011): 425-431. [available here]
  103. Brownell, KD, & Ludwig, DS. "The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, soda, and USDA policy." JAMA 306 (2011): 1370-1371.
  104. Gearhardt, AN, Yokum, S, Orr, PT, Stice, E, Corbin, WR, & Brownell, KD. "The neural correlates of food addiction." Archives of General Psychiatry 68 (2011): 808-816.  [abs]
  105. Andreyeva, T. Chaloupka, FJ, & Brownell, KD. "Estimating the beverage tax potential to reduce beverage consumption." Preventive Medicine 52 (2011): 413-416.
  106. Gearhardt, AN, Davis, C, Kuschner, R, & Brownell KD. "The addiction potential of hyperpalatable foods." Current Druge Abuse Reviews 4 (2011): 140-145.
  107. Harris, JL, Thompson, J. Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD. "Nutrition-related claims on children's cereals: What do they mean to parents and do they influence willingness to buy?." Public Health Nutrition 14 (2011): 2207-2212.
  108. Schvey, NA, Puhl, RM, & Brownell, KD. "The impact of weight stigma on caloric consumption." Public Health Nutrition 19 (2011): 1957-1962.
  109. Crum, AJ, Corbin, WR, Brownell, KD, & Salovey, P. "Mind over milkshakes: Mindsets, not just nutrients, determine ghrelin response." Health Psychology 30 (2011): 424-429.
  110. Brownell, KD, & Koplan, JP. "Front-of-package nutrition labeling - an abuse of trust by the food industry?." New England Journal of Medicine 364 (2011): 2373-2375.
  111. Gearhardt, AN, Grilo, CM, DiLeone, RJ, Brownell, KD, & Potenza, MN. "Can food be Addictive? Public health and policy implications." Addiction 106 (2011): 1208-1212.
  112. Brownell, KD, and Gold, MS. Food and Addiction: A Comprehensive Handbook. Oxford University Press, 2012.
  113. Pomeranz, JL, & Brownell, KD. "Portion sizes and beyond – government’s legal authority to regulate food-industry practices." New England Journal of Medicine 367 (2012): 1383-1385.
  114. Gearhardt, AN, Bragg, MA, Pearl, R, Schvey, NA, Roberto, CA, & Brownell, KD. "Obesity and public policy." Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 8 (2012): 405-430.
  115. Novak, NL, & Brownell, KD. "The role of policy and government in the obesity epidemic." Circulation 126 (2012): 2345-2352.
  116. Roberto, CA, Bragg, MA, Schwartz, MB, Seamans, MJ, Musicus, A, Novak, N, Brownell, KD. "Facts Up Front versus traffic light food labels: A randomized controlled trial." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 43 (2012): 134-141.
  117. Roberto, CA, Shivaram, M, Martinez, O, Boles, C, Harris, JL, & Brownell, KD. "The Smart Choices front-of-package nutrition label: Influence on perceptions and intake of cereal." Appetite 58 (2012): 651-657.
  118. Roberto CA, Haynos AF, Schwartz MB, Brownell KD, White MA.. "Calorie estimation accuracy and menu labeling perceptions among individuals with and without binge eating and/or purging disorders. Eating and Weight Disorders." Eating and Weight Disorders May: 1-7 (2013). [doi]
  119. Harris, JL, Sarda, V, Schwartz, MB, & Brownell, KD. "Redefining "child-directed advertising" to improve food advertising to children." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 44 (2013): 358-364.

Buchanan, Allen E

  1. A. Buchanan. "Kant's Second Analogy." Proceedings of the International Congress on Kant (1974).
  2. A. Buchanan. "Revisability and Rational Choice." Canadian Journal of Philosophy (1975).
  3. A. Buchanan. "Distributive Justice and Legitimate Expectations." Philosophical Studies (1975).
  4. A. Buchanan. "Categorical Imperatives and Moral Principles." Philosophical Studies (1977).
  5. A. Buchanan. "Basic Knowledge." Philosophy and Phenomenological Studies (1977).
  6. A. Buchanan. "Medical Paternalism and Legal Imperialism: Not the Only Alternatives." American Journal of Law and Medicine (1978).
  7. A. Buchanan. "Medical Paternalism." Philosophy & Public Affairs (1978). (reprinted in Moral Problemsd in Medicine (2nd edition), ed. Samuel Gorovitz, et. al., 1983; Medicine and Morality, eds. M. Cohen, T. Nagel, and T. Scnalon, 1983, and Contemporary Moral Problems, ed. R. Wasserstrom (2nd Edition)
  8. A. Buchanan. "Review article on Onora Nell's Acting on Principal." The Journal of Philosophy (1978).
  9. A. Buchanan. "Revolutionary Motivation and Rationality." Philosophy & Public Affairs (1979). (reprinted in Marx, Justice, and History, eds. M. Cohen, T. Nagel, and T. Scanlon, 1981)
  10. A. Buchanan. "Alienation, Exploitation, and Injustice." Canadian Journal of Philosophy (1979).
  11. A. Buchanan. "Autonomy, Fairness, and Freedom of Expression: A Reply to Professor Scanlon." University of Pittsburgh Law Review (1980).
  12. A. Buchanan. "Rawls's Theory of Justice: A Critical Introduction." John Rawls's Theory of Social Justice. Ed. G. Blocker, et al. Ohio University Press, 1980
  13. A. Buchanan. "Justice: A Philosophical Review."  Ed. E. Shelp Reidel Publishing Co., 1981
  14. A. Buchanan. "Deriving Welfare Rights from Libertarian Rights." Income Support: Conceptual and Policy Issues. Ed. P.G. Brown, et al., Center for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland Rowman and Littlefield, 1981
  15. A. Buchanan. Marx and Justice: The Radical Critique of Liberalism. Rowman and Littlefield, Philosophy and Society Series (U.S.) and Methuen Publishers (U.K.), 1982.
  16. A. Buchanan. "Review article on Kant's theory of Morals by Bruce Aune." The Philosophical Review (1982).
  17. A. Buchanan. "The Marxian Critique of Justice and Rights." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume: Marx and Morality (1982).
  18. A. Buchanan. "The Marxism Conceptual Framework and the Origins of Totalitarian Socialism." Marxism and Democracy. Ed. J. Paul Basil Blackwell Publishing Co., 1982
  19. A. Buchanan. "Philosophical Foundations of Beneficence." Beneficence and Health-Care. Ed. E. Shelp Reidel Publishing Co., 1982
  20. A. Buchanan, co-authored with others at the President's Commission. Deciding to Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment.  1983. (Securing Access to Health Care; Splicing Life: Issues in Genetic Engineering; Ethical and Social Issues in Screening and Counseling for Genetic Disorder)
  21. A. Buchanan. "The Right to a Decent Minimum of Health Care." Philosophy & Public Affairs (1983). (Also publisyhed, with alterations as "Is there a Right to a Decent Minimu of Health Care?" in a report of the (U.S.) President's Commission for the study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research: Security Access to Health Care, 1983)
  22. A. Buchanan. "Review article on Allen Wood's Marx." The Journal of Philosophy (1983).
  23. A. Buchanan. "The Limits Of Proxy Decision Making." Paternalism. Ed. Rolf Sartorius University of Minnesota Press, 1983 revised version, U.C.L.A. Law Review, 1981
  24.  Ethics in Emergency Medicine. Edited by A. Buchanan with Kenneth V. Iserson, Arthur Sanders, and Deborah Mathieu. Williams and Wilkins Publishing Co., 1985.
  25. A. Buchanan. "Competition, Charity, and the Right to Health Care." The Restraint of Liberty. Ed. T. Attig, D. Callen, and J. Gray Bowling Green University Press, 1985
  26. A. Buchanan. "Limitations on the Family's Authority to Decide for the Incompetent Patient." Ethics Committees. Ed. E. Doudera and R. Cranford 1985
  27. A. Buchanan. "Out Treatment of Incompetents." Border Crossings: New Introductory Essays in Biomedical Ethics. Ed. T. Regan and D. Van Deveer Temple University Press, 1985
  28. A. Buchanan. Ethics, Efficiency and the Market. Rowman & Allenheld (U.S.) and Oxford University Press (U.K.), May, 1985.
  29. A. Buchanan with Dan Brock. "Deciding for Others." The Milbank Quarterly (1986).
  30. A. Buchanan. "The Ethics of Surrogate Decision Making for Elderly Individuals who Are Incompetent or of Questionable Competence." (1986). (Background study for the Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress, principal author, with contributiopns by Dan Brock and Michael Gilfix)
  31. A. Buchanan with Dan Brock. "Ethical Implications of the Growth of For-Profit Health Care." Profit Enterprise in Health Care. National Academy Press, 1986
  32. A. Buchanan. "What's so Special About Rights?." Ethics (1987).
  33. A. Buchanan. "Justice and Charity." Ethics (1987).
  34. A. Buchanan. "Marx, Morality, and History." Ethics (1987).
  35. A. Buchanan with Dan Brock. "The Profit Motive in Medicine." Medicine and Philosophy 12.16 (1987).
  36. A. Buchanan. "Marx on Progress and History." proceedings of the Eleventh Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg, Austria (1987).
  37. A. Buchanan. "Advance Directives and Personal Identity." Philosophy & Public Affairs (1988).
  38. A. Buchanan. "Review article on Richard Miller's Analyzing Marx, Philosophical Studies." (1988).
  39. A. Buchanan. "An Ethical Evaluation of the U.S. Health Care System." Health Care Systems. Ed. Hans-Martin Sass and Robert U. Massey Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988
  40. A. Buchanan with Dan W. Brock. Deciding for Others: The Ethics of Surrogate Decision Making. Cambridge University Press, 1989.
  41. A. Buchanan. "Assessing the Communitarian Critique of Liberalism." Ethics (1989).
  42. A. Buchanan. "Rights, Obligations, and the Special Importance of Health Care." The Right to Health Care. Ed. S. Spicker and T. Englehardt Reidel Publishing Co., 1989
  43. A. Buchanan. "Justice as Reciprocity Versus Subject-Centered Justice." Philosophy & Public Affairs (1990).
  44. A. Buchanan. "Allocation and Healthcare Delivery." Medical Ethics. Ed. R. Veatch McMillan, 1990
  45. A. Buchanan. "Ethical Issues in a Changing Healthcare Environment." Health Care Issues and American Economic Growth. Ed. G. Libecap J.A.I. Press, 1990
  46. A. Buchanan. Secession: the Morality of Political Divorce from Fort Sumter to Lithuania and Quebec. Westview Press, 1991.
  47. A. Buchanan. "Individual Rights and Social Change." Philosophical Papers 28.2 (1991).
  48. A. Buchanan. "The Right of Self-Determination: Analytical and Moral Foundations." Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law 8.2 (1991).
  49. A. Buchanan. "Secession and Self-Determination." Journal of International Affairs 45.2 (1991).
  50. A. Buchanan. "Toward a Theory of Secession." Ethics (1991).
  51. A. Buchanan. "The Physician's Knowledge and the Patient's Best Interest." Ethics, Trust, and Professions. Ed. Edmund Pelligrino Georgetown University Press, 1991
  52. A. Buchanan. "Quebec Secession and Native Territorial Rights." Network on the Constitution 2.3 (1992).
  53. A. Buchanan. "AIDS and the Morality of Inclusion." Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa. Ed. S.R. Benatar University of Cape Town, 1992
  54. A. Buchanan. "National Health Systems Versys Mixed Public/Private Systems." Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa. Ed. S.R. Benatar University of Cape Town, 1992
  55. A. Buchanan. "Is There an International Consensus in Medical Ethics?." Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa. Ed. S.R. Benatar University of Cape Town, 1992
  56. A. Buchanan. "Trends, Problems, and Prospects of Teaching and Research in Medical Ethics in the U.S.." Bioethics Debates in a Changing South Africa. Ed. S.R. Benatar University of Cape Town, 1992
  57. A. Buchanan. "Public and Private Responsibilities in the U.S. Healthcare Systems." Changing to National Health Care. Ed. R. Hueffner and M.P. Battin University of Utah Press, 1992
  58. A. Buchanan. "Entry on "Distributive Justice." The Encyclopedia of Ethics. Ed. L. Becker, editor-in-chief New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1992
  59. A. Buchanan. "The Terms of Secession." Proceedings of the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Social Science (1993).
  60. A. Buchanan. "The Role of Collective Land Rights in the Theory and Practrice of Indigenous Peoples Rights." Transitional Law and Contemporary Problems 3.1 (1993).
  61. A. Buchanan. "The Morality of Inclusion." Social Philosophy & Policy 10.2 (1993).
  62. A. Buchanan. "Nationalism and Secession." A Reader in Pooitical Philosophy. Ed. R. Goodin and P. Petit London: Blackwell Publishing Co., 1993
  63.  In Harm's Way. Edited by A. Buchanan and J. Coleman. Cambridge University Press, 1994.
  64. A. Buchanan. "The Excellent in Business (review-article on Robert Solomon's Excellence in Business)." The Journal of Business Ethics (1994).
  65. A. Buchanan. "Liberalism and Group Rights." In Harm's Way. Ed. J. Coleman and A. Buchanan Cambridge University Press, 1994
  66.  Conflict of Interest in Clinical Practice and Research. Edited by A. Buchanan with R. Spece and D. Schimm. Oxford University Press, 1995.
  67. A. Buchanan. "Privitization and Just Healthcare." Bioethics 9.3/4 (1995).
  68. A. Buchanan. "Federalism and the Sense of Political Unity." IF (Journal of the IBM Foundation of Italty) II.2 (1995).
  69. A. Buchanan. "Secession, Federalism, and the Morality of Inclusion." Arizona Law Review 37.1 (1995).
  70. A. Buchanan. "Equal Opportunity and Genetic Intervention." Social Philosophy & Policy 12.2 (1995).
  71. A. Buchanan. "The Discourse of Fundraising." The Ethics of Fundraising for Higher Education. Ed. Deni Elliott John Hopkins Press, 1995
  72. A. Buchanan. "Intending Death: The Structure of the Problem and Proposed Solutions." Intending Death in Medicine. Ed. Tom L. Beauchamp and Robert Veatch Oxford University Press, 1995
  73. A. Buchanan. "Is There a Medical Profession in the House?." Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Practice and Research. Ed. R. Spece, D. Schimm, and A. Buchanan Oxford University Press, 1995
  74. A. Buchanan. "The Controversy Over Retrospective Moral Judgment." Kennedy Institute Journal of Ethics 6.3 (1996).
  75. A. Buchanan. "Judging the Past." The Hastings Center Report (May-June 1996).
  76. A. Buchanan. "Choosing Who Will be Disabled: Genetic Intervention and the Morality of Inclusion." Social Philosophy & Policy (1996).
  77. A. Buchanan. "Toward a Theory of the Ethics of Bureaucratic Organizations." Business Ethics Quarterly 6.4 (1996).
  78. A. Buchanan. "Perfecting Imperfect Duties: Collective Action to Create Moral Obligations." Business Ethics Quarterly 6.1 (1996).
  79. A. Buchanan. "Health-Care Delivery and Resource Allocation." Medical Ethics. Ed. Robert M. Veatch 2nd ed.Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1996 substantially revised edition of contribution to first edition
  80. A. Buchanan. "Charity, Justice, and the Idea of Moral Progress." Giving: Western Ideas of Philanthropy. Ed. J.B. Schneewind University of Indiana Press, 1996
  81. A. Buchanan. "Theories of Secession." Philosophy & Public Affairs 26.10 (1997).
  82. A. Buchanan. "Separatism, Citizenship, and the State System." Separatism (1997). (proceedings of conference of separatism, University of Bergen, Norway: University of Bergen Press)
  83. A. Buchanan. "Distributive Justice in Health Care." Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 6.2 (March, 1997).
  84. A. Buchanan. "Rationing Without Justice, But Not Unjustly." Journal of Health Politics, Law & Policy (1998).
  85. A. Buchanan. "Ethical Responsibilities of Patients and Clinicians Concerning Genetic Testing." Journal of Health Care Law and Policy (1998).
  86. A. Buchanan. "Economics and Ethics." The Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management. Ed. Cary L. Cooper and Chris Argyris Oxford: Blackwell's Publishers, 1998
  87. A. Buchanan. "Self-Determinationl Secession, and the Rule of International Law." The Morality of Nationalism. Ed. J. McMahon and R. McKim Oxford University Press, 1998
  88. A. Buchanan. "The Quebec Secession Issue: Democracy and Minority Rights." (1999). (reprinted in Nomos volume, Self-Determination, and Secession, Stephen Macedo and Allen Buchanan, eds. New York university Press, 2003)
  89. A. Buchanan. "The Internal Legitimacy of Humanitarian Intervention." The Journal of Political Philosophy (1999).
  90. A. Buchanan. "Trust in Managed Care Organizations." Kennedy Institute Journal of Bioethics (1999).
  91. A. Buchanan. "Recognitional Legitimacy and the State System." Philosophy & Public Affairs (1999).
  92. A. Buchanan. "Democracy and Secession." National Self-Determination and Secession. Ed. Margaret Moore Oxford University Press, 1999
  93. A. Buchanan. "What's So Special About Nations?." Rethinking Nationalism. Ed. Couture and Nielsen 1999
  94. A. Buchanan. "Business Ethics and Political Philosophy." Dictionary of Business Ethics. Ed. Patricia Werhane New York: Routledge, 1999
  95. A. Buchanan with Dan W. Brock, Norman Daniels, and Daniel Daniel Wikler. From Change to Choice: Genetics & Justice. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
  96. A. Buchanan. "Act Consequentialism versus the Rule of Law: Reply to Naticchia." Philosophy & Public Affairs (2000).
  97. A. Buchanan. "Rawls's Law of Peoples: Rules for a Vanished Westphalian World." Ethics (2000).
  98. A. Buchanan. "An Ethical Framework for Stored Biological Samples Policy." National Bioethics Advisory Commission Report on Stored Biologival Samples (2000).
  99. A. Buchanan. "Justice, Legitimacy, and Human Rights." The Idea of Political Liberalism. Ed. Victoria Davion and Clark Wolf Rowman & Littlefield, 2000
  100. A. Buchanan with Norman Fost. "Hereditary Hemochromatosis: Ethic Issues." Hemochromatosis. Ed. James C. Barton and Corwin Edwards Cambridge University Press, 2000
  101. A. Buchanan. "Community and Communitarianism." Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2000
  102. A. Buchanan. "From Nuremberg to Kosovo: The Morality of Illegal International Legal Reform." Ethics (2001). (reprinted, with minor changes in Humanitarian Intervention: Moral and Philosophical Issues, Aleksandar Jokic, ed. Broadview Press, 2003)
  103. A. Buchanan(first author with five others). "Pharmacogenetics: Ethical Issues and Policy Options." Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 12.1 (2002).
  104. A. Buchanan. "Social Moral Epistemology." Bioethics. Ed. Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Jeffrey Paul Cambridge University Press, 2002 Also published in Social Philosophy & Policy, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2002
  105. A. Buchanan with David Golove. "The Philosophy of International law." Oxford Handbook on the Philosophy of Law. Ed. Jules L. Coleman and Scott Shapiro Oxford University Press, 2002
  106. A. Buchanan. "Political Legitimacy and Democracy." Ethics (July, 2002).
  107. A. Buchanan. Justice, Legitimacy, and Self-Determination: Moral Foundations for International Law. Oxford University Press, 2003.
  108.  Self-Determination and Secession. Edited by A. Buchanan and Stephen Macedo. New York University Press, forthcoming 2003.
  109.  The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries. Edited by A. Buchanan and Margaret Moore. Cambridge University Press, 2003.
  110. A. Buchanan. "Secession, State-Breaking, and Intervention." The Ethics of Intervention. Ed. Dean Chaterjee and Don Schied Cambridge University Press, 2003
  111. A. Buchanan. "Reforming International Law on Humanitarian Intervention: Some Moral Issues." Humanitarian Intervention: Moral, Political and Legal Dilemmas. Ed. Jeff Holzgrefe and Robert Keohane Cambridge University Press, 2003
  112. A. Buchanan. "The Making and Unmaking of Boundaries: What Liberalism Has to Say." Nations, States, and Borders: The Ethics of Making Boundaries. Ed. Allen Buchanan and Margaret Moore Cambridge University Press, 2003
  113. A. Buchanan. "Secession." Stanford Online Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2003
  114. Kristen Hessler and A. Buchanan. "Health Care and Human Rights." Justice and Health Care. Ed. Rosamond Rhodes and Peggy Battin Oxford University Press, 2003
  115. A. Buchanan. "Introduction, Nomos Volume." Self-Determination and Secession. Ed. Stephen Macedo and Allen Buchanan New York University Press, 2003
  116. A. Buchanan with Robert O. Keohane. "The Preventive use of Force: A Cosmopolitan Institutional Perspective." Ethics & International Affairs (March, 2003).
  117. A. Buchanan. "Political Liberalism and Social Epistemology." Philosophy & Public Affairs (2004).
  118. A. Buchanan with Robert O. Keohane. "Justifying Preventive Force: A Reply to Lee." Ethics & International Affairs (2005).
  119. A. Buchanan. "Equality and Human Rights." Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (2005).
  120. A. Buchanan. "The Legitimacy of International Law." The Philosophy of International Law. Ed. Besson and Tasioulas Oxford University Press, forthcoming
  121. A. Buchanan. "The Philosophy of International Law." Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Routledge Encyclopedia, forthcoming
  122. A. Buchanan. ""Social Moral Epistemology and Ethics"."  Ed. Jeff McMahan and Nancy Davis forthcoming
  123. A. Buchanan. "The Compatibility of Constitutional Democracy and the Supremacy of International Law." The Cambridge Handbook on International Law. Ed. John Armstrong Cambridge University Press, forthcoming
  124. A. Buchanan. "Institutions, Beliefs and Ethics: Eugenics as a Case Study." The Journal of Political Philosophy (forthcoming).
  125. A. Buchanan. "Democracy and the Commitment to International Law." University of Georgia Journal of Comparative and International Law (forthcoming). (invited contribution to special issue on The Limits of International Law by Eric Posner and Jack Goldsmith)
  126. A. Buchanan with Matthew DeCamp. "Responsibility for Global Health." Transnational Medicine (forthcoming).
  127. A. Buchanan. "Justifying Preventive War." Preemptive War: Military Action and Moral Justification. Ed. Henry Shue and David A. Rodin Oxford University Press, forthcoming
  128. A. Buchanan. "Bioethics and Social Epistemology." The Ethics of Bioethics. Ed. Lisa Eckenweiler Oxford University Press, forthcoming
  129. A. Buchanan. "Uncoupling Secession From Nationalism and Itnrastate Autonoly From Secession." Negotiating Self-Determination. Ed. Hurst Hannum Routledge, 2006
  130. A. Buchanan. "Secession, Self-Determination, and Identity." Identity and Self-Determination. Ed. Igor Primoratz and Aleksandar Pavkovic Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming
  131. A. Buchanan. "Taking the Human Out of Human Rights." A Realistic Utopia? Critical Essays on Rawl's Law of Peoples. Ed. Rex Martin and David Reidy Blackwell Publishing Co., forthcoming
  132. A. Buchanan with Matthew DeCamp. "Pharmacogenomics: Ethical and Regulatory Issues." Oxford Handbook on Bioethics. Ed. Bonnie Steinbock forthcoming
  133. A. Buchanan. "Secession and the Problem of Its Legitimacy." Separatism (conference volume, Forum on War and Peace, University of Florence) (forthcoming).
  134. A. Buchanan. "Institutionalizing the Just War." Philosophy & Public Affairs (January, 2006).
  135. A. Buchanan. "Democracy and the Commitment to International Law." University of Georgia Journal of Comparative and International Law Spring 2006 (Spring, 2006). (Invited contribution to special issue on "The Limits of International Law" by Eric Posner and Jack Goldsmith)
  136. with  Justice and Health Care. Justice and Health Care.  January, 2011.
  137. A.E. Buchanan. The Heart of Human Rights, OUP, 2013.  October, 2013.  [abs] [author's comments]

Büthe, Tim

  1. Tim Büthe. European Union and National Electorates: Explaining the Austrian Referendum on Joining the European Union. Working Paper Series for the Study of Germany and Europe No. 5.8. Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 1995.
  2. Tim Büthe. Microcredit as a Development Strategy: A Review of Banker for the Poor, by Muhammad Yunus.  Journal of International Affairs 53.2 (Spring, 2000): 741-745.
  3. Tim Büthe. "Taking Temporality Seriously: Modeling History and the Use of Narratives as Evidence." American Political Science Review 96.3 (September, 2002): 481-493.
  4. Walter Mattli and Tim Büthe. "Setting International Standards: Technological Rationality or Primacy of Power?." World Politics 57.1 (October, 2003): 1-42.
  5. Tim Büthe and Jan Martin Witte. Product Standards in Transatlantic Trade and Investment: Domestic and International Practices and Institutions. American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Policy Report No.13.  Washington: AICGS, May, 2004.
  6. Tim Büthe. "Governance through Private Authority? Non-State Actors in World Politics." Journal of International Affairs (New York) 58.1 (Fall, 2004): 281-290.
  7. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. "Accountability in Accounting? The Politics of Private Rule-Making in the Public Interest." Governance 18.3 (July, 2005): 399-429.
  8. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. "Global Private Governance: Lessons from a National Model of Setting Standards in Accounting." Law and Contemporary Problems 68.3/4 (Summer/Fall 2005).
  9. Tim Büthe. "European Integration, 1950-2003".  Journal of Cold War Studies 7.4 (Fall, 2005): 166-168.
  10. Tim Büthe and Gabriel Swank. The Politics of Antitrust and Merger Review in the European Union: Institutional Change and Decisions from Messina to 2004. CES Working Paper No.142. Cambridge, MA: Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University, December, 2006.  [abs]
  11. Tim Büthe. "The Politics of Competition and Institutional Change in the European Union: The First 50 Years." Making History: European Integration and Institutional Change at Fifty (The State of the European Union, vol.8). Ed. Sophie Meunier and Kathleen R. McNamara Oxford University Press, 2007: 175-194.  [abs]
  12. Tim Büthe. [Review of] Darren G. Hawkins, David A. Lake, Daniel L. Nielson, and Michael J. Tierney, eds., Delegation and Agency in International Organizations.  Perspectives on Politics 5.4 (December, 2007): 861-862.
  13. Tim Büthe. "Politics and Institutions in the Regulation of Global Capital." Review of International Organizations 3.2 (June, 2008): 207-220.  [abs]
  14. Tim Büthe and Helen V. Milner. "The Politics of Foreign Direct Investment into Developing Countries: Increasing FDI through Trade Agreements?." American Journal of Political Science 52.4 (October, 2008): 741-762.  [abs]
  15. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. Assessing the IASB: Results of a Business Survey about International Financial Reporting Standards and IASB's Operations, Accountability, and Responsiveness to Stakeholders. Duke University Center for International Studies and Oxford University Global Economic Governance Programme, November, 2008. [standards]  [abs] [author's comments]
  16. Tim Büthe. "The Globalization of Health and Safety Standards: Delegation of Regulatory Authority in the SPS-Agreement of the GATT 1994 (WTO) Treaty." Law and Contemporary Problems 71.1 (Winter, 2008): 219-255.  [abs]
  17. Tim Büthe and Helen V. Milner. "Bilateral Investment Treaties and Foreign Direct Invest: A Political Analysis." The Effect of Treaties on Foreign Direct Investment: Bilateral Investment Treaties, Double Taxation Treaties, and Investment Flows. Ed. Karl P. Sauvant and Lisa E. Sachs.  Oxford University Press, 2009: 171-224.
  18. Tim Büthe. "Technical Standards as Public and Club Goods? Financing the International Accounting Standards Board." Voluntary Programs: A Club Theory Approach. Ed. Matthew Potoski and Aseem Prakash.  MIT Press, 2009: 157-179.
  19. Tim Büthe. "The Politics of Food Safety in the Age of Global Trade: The Codex Alimentarius Commission in the SPS-Agreement of the WTO." Import Safety: Regulatory Governance in the Global Economy. Ed. Cary Coglianese, Adam Finkel, and David Zaring.  University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009: 88-109.
  20. Tim Büthe. Andrew Walter, 'Governing Finance: East Asia's Adoption of International Standards' (book review).  Political Science Quarterly 124.2 (Summer, 2009): 376-379.
  21. Tim Büthe. "The Evolution of Supranational Antitrust Enforcement and Control of Government Subsidies in the EU." New Global Law and Policy 2.2 (July, 2009): 181-206.
  22. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. "International Standards-Setting Bodies." Oxford Handbook on Business and Government. Ed. David Coen, Graham Wilson and Wyn Grant.  Oxford University Press, 2010: 440-471.
  23. Tim Büthe. "The Power of Norms; the Norms of Power: Who Governs International Electrical and Electronic Technology?." Who Govern the Globe?. Ed. Deborah D. Avant, Martha Finnemore, and Susan K. Sell.  Cambridge University Press, 2010: 292-232.  [abs]
  24. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. "Standards for Global Markets: Domestic and International Institutions for Setting International Product Standards." Handbook on Multi-Level Governance. Ed. Henrik Enderlein, Sonja Wälti, and Michael Zürn.  Edward Elgar, 2010: 455-476.
  25. Tim Büthe. "Private Regulation in the Global Economy: A (P)Review." Business and Politics 12.3 (October, 2010): Art.2. [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  26. Tim Büthe. "Engineering Uncontestedness? The Origin and Institutional Development of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)." Business & Politics 12.3 (October, 2010): Art.4. [available here]  [abs]
  27. Tim Büthe. "Global Private Politics: A Research Agenda." Business & Politics 12.3 (October, 2010): Art.12. [available here]  [abs]
  28. Tim Büthe and Nathaniel Harris. "The Codex Alimentarius Commission: A Hybrid Public-Private Regulator." Handbook on Transnational Governance: New Institutions and Innovations. Ed. Thomas Hale and David Held.  Polity Press, 2011: 219-228.
  29. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. New Global Rulers: The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy. Princeton University Press, 2011.  [abs]
  30. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. "The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy." RegBlog: Regulatory News, Analysis, and Opinion (May 25, 2011). [regblog]
  31. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. "Mehr deutscher Einfluss auf die Bilanzierungsregeln?." Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (May 30, 2011): 14.
  32. Tim Büthe and Walter Mattli. "The Privatization of Regulation in Global Markets: Winners and Losers in the Private Governance of Financial and Product Markets." World Financial Review (September/October, 2011): 66-69.
  33. Tim Büthe. "Beyond Supply and Demand: A Political-Economic Conceptual Model." Governance by Indicators: Global Power through Quantification and Rankings. Ed. Kevin Davis, Angelina Fisher, Benedict Kingsbury, and Sally Engle Merry Oxford University Press, 2012: 29-51.
  34. Tim Büthe, Solomon Major, and Andre de Mello e Souza. "The Politics of Private Foreign Aid: Humanitarian Principles, Economic Development Objectives, and Organizational Interests in the Allocation of Private Aid by NGOs." International Organization 66.4 (Fall, 2012): 571-607.  [abs]
  35. Tim Büthe and Cindy Cheng. "Private Transnational Governance of Economic Development: International Development Aid." Handbook of Global Economic Governance. Ed. Manuel Moschella and Catherine Weaver.  London: Routledge, 2013: 322-341.  [abs]
  36. Tim Büthe. "Institutionalization and Its Consequences: The Transnational Legal Order for Food Safety." Transnational Legal Orders. Ed. Terence Halliday and Gregory Shaffer.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014 (forthcoming)  [abs]
  37. Tim Büthe. Review of Randall W. Stone, Controlling Institutions: International Organizations and the Global Economy.  Perspectives on Politics 11.1 (March, 2013): 282-284.
  38. Tim Büthe. "Agent-Centric Historical Institutionalism as a Theory of Institutional Change: The Politics of Regulating Competition and Mergers in the European Union, 1955-2010." International Organization 68 (2014 (forthcoming)).  [abs]
  39. Tim Büthe and Helen V. Milner. "Institutional Diversity in Trade Agreements and Their Effect on Foreign Direct Investment: Credibility, Commitments, and Economic Flows in the Developing World, 1971-2007." World Politics 66.1 (January, 2014): 88-122.  [abs]

Carmody, Karen E.

  1. Crick, N.R., Ostrov, J.M., Appleyard, K., Jansen, E.A., & Casas, J.F.. "Relational aggression in early childhood." Aggression, antisocial behavior, and violence among girls: A developmental perspective. Ed. M. Putallaz and K.L. Bierman New York: Guilford Publications, 2004: 71-89.
  2. Appleyard, K., Egeland, B., VanDulmen, M.H.M., & Sroufe, L.A.. "When more is not better: The role of cumulative risk in child behavior outcomes." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 46.3 (2005): 235-245.
  3. Burt, K., VanDulmen, M.H.M., Carlivati, J., Egeland, B., Sroufe, L.A., Forman, D., Appleyard, K., & Carlson, E.A.. "Mediating links between depression and offspring psychopathology: The importance of independent data." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 46.5 (2005): 490-499.
  4. Appleyard, K. Egeland, B., & Sroufe, L.A.. "Direct social support for young high risk children: Relations with behavioral and emotional problems across time." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 35 (2007): 443-457.
  5. Appleyard, K., Egeland, B., & Sroufe, L. A.. "Direct social support for young high risk children: Relations with behavioral and emotional porblems across time." Journal of Abnormal child Psychology, 35, 443-457 (2007).
  6. K. Appleyard & L.J. Berlin. "Supporting healthy relationships between young children and their parents: Lessons from attachment theory and research.."  Duke University, Center for Child and Family Policy, 2007 [htm]
  7. Berlin, L.J., & Appleyard, K.. "Supporting healthy relationships between young children and their parents: Lessons from attachment theory." Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter 23.5 (May, 2007): 1 and 4-6.
  8. Berlin, L. J., Cassidy, J., & Appleyard, K.. "The influence of early attachments on other relationships." Handbook of Attachment. Ed. J. Cassidy & P. R. Shaver (2nd ed.)New York: Guilford Press, 2008: 333-347.
  9. Bjurstrom, J., Murphy, R., Ake, G., Appleyard, K.. "Improving law enforcement and mental health services for child trauma victims in North Carolina." Police Chief: Journal of the International Association of Chiefs of Police 76.7 (2009): 44-48.
  10. Johnson, M. & Appleyard, K.. "Infant psychosocial disorders." Handbook of Infant Development. Ed. T. D. Wachs & G. Bremner (2nd ed.)Boston: Blackwell Publishing, in press
  11. Bjurstrom, J., Murphy, R., Ake, G., & Appleyard, K.. "Improving law enforcement response and mental health services for child trauma victims in North Carolina." The Police Chief (Journal of the International Association of Chiefs of Police) (in press).

Carnes, Nicholas W

  1. Nicholas Carnes. "“normal.survey,” “logit.survey,” “probit.survey,” “gamma.survey,” and “poisson.survey” (survey-weighted regression estimation procedures)." Zelig: Everyone’s Statistical Software (Kosuke Imai, Gary King, and Olivia Lau) (2008).  [author's comments]
  2. Nicholas Carnes. "Does the Numerical Underrepresentation of the Working Class in Congress Matter?." Legislative Studies Quarterly 37.1 (January, 2012): 5-34. [pdf]  [abs]
  3. Nicholas Carnes. "How Government by the Privileged Distorts Economic Policy." SSN Key Findings (January, 2012).
  4. Nicholas Carnes. "Economic Inequality and White-collar Government." States, Power, and Societies 17.2 (July, 2012).
  5. R. Douglas Arnold and Nicholas Carnes. "Holding Mayors Accountable: New York's Executives from Koch to Bloomberg." American Journal of Political Science 56.4 (October, 2012): 949-963.  [abs]
  6. Nicholas Carnes. Which Millionaire Are You Voting For?.  The New York Times Sunday Review (October 13, 2012).
  7. Nicholas Carnes and Noam Lupu. "Rethinking the Comparative Perspective on Class and Representation: Evidence from Latin America."   (2013).  [abs] [author's comments]
  8. Nicholas Carnes and John Holbein. "Don’t Take It Personally: Affluence, Influence, and Prejudice."   (2013).  [abs] [author's comments]
  9. Nicholas Carnes and Meredith L. Sadin. "The Other John Edwards Lie: How Voters Perceive Politicians from Working-class Families--and How They Really Behave in Office."   (2013).  [abs] [author's comments]
  10. Nicholas Carnes. "Why Are There So Few Working-class People in Political Office? Evidence from State Legislatures."   (2013).
  11. Marc F. Bellemare and Nicholas Carnes. "Why Do Members of Congress Support Agricultural Protection?."   (2013).  [abs] [author's comments]
  12. Nicholas Carnes. "Is Working-class Representation a Threat to Women and Minorities?."   (2013).  [abs] [author's comments]
  13. Nicholas Carnes. "Who Votes for Inequality?."   (2013).  [abs] [author's comments]
  14. Nicholas Carnes. "The Cash Ceiling." SSN Forum on Money in Politics (2013).
  15. Nicholas Carnes and John Holbein. "Are Politicians Prejudiced Against the Poor?." SSN Key Findings (January, 2013).
  16. Nicholas Carnes. A Tax Reform Plan that Rewards the Wealthy and Stalls the State.  Raleigh News and Observer (January 25, 2013).
  17. Nicholas Carnes. Book Review: The Not-So-Special Interests: Interest Groups, Public Representation, and American Governance.  American Review of Politics (Summer, 2013).
  18. Nicholas Carnes and Noam Lupu. "How Government by the Privileged Distorts Democracies." SSN Key Findings (July, 2013).
  19. Nicholas Carnes and David Broockman. "The Promise of Union Programs that Recruit and Support Workers to Run for Public Office." SSN Basic Facts (August, 2013).
  20. Nicholas Carnes and Noam Lupu. Como Afecta el Gobierno de los Privilegiados a la Democracia?.  Condistintosacentos (September 15, 2013).
  21. Nicholas Carnes. How Poorer Politicians can Shatter the Cash Ceiling.  Bangor Daily News (October 1, 2013).
  22. Nicholas Carnes. We Need Blue-Collar Candidates.  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (October 10, 2013), Raleigh News and Observer (October 10, 2013), Contra Costa Times (October 11, 2013), Oakland Tribune (October 11, 2013), Newark Star-Ledger (October 15, 2013), and Detroit Free Press (October 17, 2013) (October, 2013).
  23. Nicholas Carnes. White-collar Government: The Hidden Role of Class in Economic Policy Making. University of Chicago Press, November, 2013.

Chafe, William H

  1. W.H. Chafe. American Liberalism inthe 20th Century.  Columbia University Press, 2003  [abs]
  2. W.H. Chafe. Private Lives/Public Consequences: Personality and Politics in Modern America. Harvard University Press, 2005. 430 pp.  [abs] [author's comments]
  3. W.H. Chafe. The Rise and Fall of the American Century: The United States from 1890 to 2008.  2008.

Charney, Evan

  1. E. Charney. "Political liberalism, deliberative democracy, and the public sphere." American Political Science Review 92.1 (January, 1998): 97-110.
  2. E. Charney. "Identity and Liberal Nationalism." American Political Science Review 97.2 (May, 2003): 295-310.
  3. E. Charney. Liberal Purposes by William Galston.  Perspectives on Politics 1.2 (June, 2003): 384-85.
  4. E. Charney. Restoring the Lost Constitution by Randy E. Barnett.  Perspectives on Politics 2.3 (September, 2004).
  5. E. Charney. Libertarianism Without Inequality by Michael Otsuka.  Perspectives on Politics 2.3 (September, 2004).
  6. E. Charney. Why Deliberative Democracy? by Amy Gutmann and Dennis Thompson.  Political Science Quarterly (2005).
  7. E. Charney. "Genes and Ideologies." Perspectives on Politics 6 (March, 2008): 299-319.
  8. E. Charney. “Debunking the Threat-Sweat Thinking Theory”.  Raleigh News and Observer (September 27, 2008).
  9. E. Charney. "Physiology may not be (political) destiny." PsyCrit (February, 2009).
  10. E. Charney. "Political Correctness; Faith-Based Initiatives; Flag Desecration." Encyclopedia of the Culture Wars. Ed. Roger Chapman M.E. Sharpe, December, 2009
  11. E. Charney. "Political Ethics." International Encyclopedia of Political Science. Ed. George T. Kurian CQ Press, January, 2010
  12. E. Charney. "Political Science and Behavior Genetics: Rethinking Foundational Assumptions." Biology and Politics: The Cutting Edge. 2011
  13. E. Charney. "Humans, Fruit Flies, and Automatons." Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35.5 (2012): 381-410.
  14. E. Charney and W. English. The Voting Gene.  Scientific American 307.5 (2012): 14.
  15. E. Charney and W. English. "Candidate Genes and Political Behavior." American Political Science Review 106.1 (February, 2012): 1-34. [open], [doi]  [abs]
  16. E. Charney. "Behavior genetics and postgenomics." Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35.6 (December, 2012): 331-58. [edit], [doi]  [abs]
  17. E. Charney. "Gene Association Studies." Biotechnology in Our Lives. Ed. Sheldon Krimsky and Jeremy Gruber Skyhorse, 2013
  18. E. Charney. "Cytoplasmic Inheritance Redux." Advances in Child Behavior and Development 44 (2013): 225-55. [edit], [doi]  [abs]
  19. E. Charney. "Conservatives, liberals, and "the negative": Commentary on John R. Hibbing, Kevin B. Smith, and John R. Alford, "Differences in Negativity Bias Underlie Variations in Political Ideology"." Behavioral and Brain Sciences (Forthcoming).
  20. E. Charney. "Behavioural genetics in the postgenomic era." eLS, John Wiley & Sons (Forthcoming).  [abs]
  21. E. Charney. "Genetics and the Life Course." Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Forthcoming  [abs]
  22. E. Charney and W. English. "Genopolitics and the Science of Genetics." American Political Science Review 107.2 (May, 2013): 382-395. [edit], [doi]  [abs]
  23. E. Charney. "Politics and Biology." Perspectives on Politics 11.2 (June, 2013): 588-61. [edit], [doi]
  24. E. Charney. Still Chasing Ghosts: A New Genetic Methodology Will Not Find the “Missing Heritability”.  Independent Science News (September 19, 2013). [available here]
  25. E. Charney. "Can Tasks be Inherently Boring? Commentary on Robert Kurzban, Angela Duckworth, Joseph W. Kable, and Justus Myers, “An Opportunity Cost Model of Subjective Effort and Task Performance"." Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36.6 (December, 2013): 684.  [abs]

Christopoulos, Christina

  1. Christopoulou, C. & Bonvillian, J.D.. "Sign language, pantomime, and gestural processing in aphasic persons: A review." Journal of Communication Disorders 18 (1985): 1-20.
  2. Chritopoulos, C., Cohn, D.A., Shaw, D.S., Joyce, S., Sullivan-Hanson, J., Kraft, S.P., & Emery, R.E.. "Children of Abused Women: I. Adjustment at Time of Shelter Residence." Journal of Marriage and the Family 49 (1987): 611-619.
  3. Christopoulos, C., Bonvillian, J.D., & Crittenden, P.M.. "Maternal language input and child maltreatment." Infant Mental Health Journal 9.4 (1988): 272-286.
  4. Coie, J.D., Christopoulos, C., Terry, R., Dodge, K.A., & Lochman, J.E.. "Types of aggressive relationships, peer rejection, and development consequences." Social competence in developmental perspective. Ed. B.H. Schneider, G. Attili, J. Nadel, & R. Weissberg Norwell, MA: Kluwer Press, 1989
  5. Dodge, K.A., Price, J.M., Coie, J.D., & Christopoulos, C.. "On the development of dyadic aggressive relationships in boys' peer groups." Human Development 33 (1990): 260-270.
  6. Cohn, D.a., Patterson, C.J. & Christopoulos, C.. "The family and children's peer relations." Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 8 (1991): 315-346.
  7. Dodge, K.A., Berlin, L.J., Epstein, M., Spitz-Roth, A., O'Donnell, K., Kaufman, M., Amaya-Jackson, L., Rosch, J., & Christopoulos, C.. "The Durham Family Initiative: A Preventive System of Care." Child Welfare LXXXIII.2 (2004).
  8. Center for Child and Family Policy. "Multiple Response Systm (MRS) Evaluation Report to the North Carolina Division of Social Services (NCDSS)."  2004
  9. Center for Child and Family Policy. "Multiple Response System (MRS) Evaluation Report to the North Carolina Division of Social Services (NCDSS).."  2006 [pdf]
  10. Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., & Rabiner, D.. "Evaluation of the HillRAP Intervention in Davie County Middle Schools: Results from Year 1."  2009
  11. Center for Child and Family Policy. "Multiple Response System (MRS) Evaluation Report to the North Carolina Division of Social Services (NCDSS)."  2009
  12. Dodge, K. A., Murphy, R., O'Donnell, K. & Christopoulos, C.. "Community-level prevention of child maltreatment: The Durham Family Initiative." Preventing Child Maltreatment, Community Approaches.. Ed. K. A. Dodge & D. L. Coleman New York, NY: The Guilford Press, 2009
  13. Rosanbalm, K. D., Dodge, K. A., Murphy, R., O’Donnell, K., Christopoulos, C., Williams, S., Appleyard, K., & Daro, D.. "Evaluation of a collaborative community-based child maltreatment prevention initiative." Protecting Children 25.4 (2010): 8-23.
  14. Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., & Rabiner, D.. "Evaluation of the HillRAP Intervention in Durham County Schools: Results from Year 1."  2010
  15. Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., & Rabiner, D.. "Evaluation of the HillRAP Intervention in Davie County Middle Schools: Final Report."  2011 [pdf]
  16. Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., & Rabiner, D.. "Evaluation of the HillRAP Intervention in Durham County Schools: Final Report."  2011 [pdf]
  17. Rosanbalm, K., & Christopoulos, C.. "Incredible Years: Expected Effects and Recommendations for Monitoring Outcomes.."  2011 [pdf]
  18. Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., & Fischer, S.. "Alamance Alliance Annual Evaluation Report."  October, 2011 [alliance%20annual%20report%20october%202011.pdf]
  19. Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., & Fischer, S.. "Alamance Alliance Annual Evaluation Report."  October, 2012
  20. Christopoulos, C., & Rosanbalm, K.. "Alamance County Annual Project LAUNCH Report."  December, 2012
  21. Christopoulos, C., & Rosanbalm, K.. "Evaluation of the Hill Reading Achievement Program." (2013).
  22. Alonso-Marsden, S., Dodge, K.A., O'Donnell, K.J., Murphy, R.A., Sato, J.M., & Christopoulos C.. "Family risk as a predictor of initial engagement and follow-throug in a universal nurse home visiting program to prevent child maltreatment." Child Abuse and Neglect 37.8 (August, 2013): 555-565.
  23. Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., & Fischer, S.. "Alamance Alliance Annual Evaluation Report."  October, 2013
  24. Christopoulos, C., & Rosanbalm, K.. "Alamance County LAUNCH Annual Evaluation Report."  December, 2013

Clotfelter, Charles T.

  1. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Memphis Business Leadership and the Politics of Fiscal Crisis." West Tennessee Historical Society Papers 27 (1973): 33-49.
  2. C. Clotfelter. "Discussion of Economic Implications, Milliken v. Bradley: The Implications for Metropolitan Desegregation, Conference before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights." Washington: The Commission. (1974): 120-121.
  3. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Spatial Rearrangement and the Tiebout Hypothesis: The Case of School Desegregation." Southern Economic Journal 42 (October, 1975): 263-271.
  4. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "The Effect of School Desegregation on Housing Prices." Review of Economics and Statistics 57 (November, 1975): 446-451.
  5. Brinner, Roger E. and Charles T. Clotfelter. "An Economic Appraisal of State Lotteries." National Tax Journal 29 (December, 1975): 395-404.
  6. C. Clotfelter. "Public Spending for Higher Education: An Empirical Test of Two Hypotheses." Public Finance 31 (1976): 177-195.
  7. Feldstein, Martin and Charles T. Clotfelter. "Tax Incentives and Charitable Contributions in the United States: A Micro-econometric Analysis." Journal of Public Economics 5 (January-February 1976): 1-26. (reprinted in Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs, Research Papers, Vol. III (Washington: U.S. Treasury Department, 1977), 1393-1417)
  8. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "The Detroit Decision and 'White Flight'." Journal of Legal Studies 5 (January, 1976): 99-112.
  9. C. Clotfelter. "Review of Public Goods and Public Welfare by John G. Head." Public Choice 25 (Spring, 1976): 91-93.
  10. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "School Desegregation, 'Tipping' and Private School Enrollment." Journal of Human Resources 22 (Winter, 1976): 29-50.
  11. C. Clotfelter. "Discussion of Papers by Coleman and Orfield." National Institute of Education, School Desegregation in Metropolitan Areas: Choices and Prospects Washington: Government Printing Office. (1977): 59-61. reprinted in the Urban Review 10 (Summer 1978), 125-127
  12. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Urban Crime and Household Protective Measures." Review of Economics and Statistics 59 (November, 1977): 499-503.
  13. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Public Services, Private Substitutes, and the Demand for Protection Against Crime." American Economic Review 67 (December, 1977): 867-877.
  14. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Life after Tax Reform: Brave New World for Higher Education?." Change (July/August 1978): 12-18.
  15. C. Clotfelter. "The Scope of Public Advertising." The Political Economy of Advertising. Ed. David G. Tuerck Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1978: 11-36.
  16. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Charles Lieberman. "On Distributional Impact of Federal Interest Rate Restrictions." Journal of Finance 33 (March, 1978): 199-213.
  17. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "The Implications of 'Resegregation' for Judicially Imposed School Segregation Remedies." Vanderbilt Law Review 31 (May, 1978): 829-854.
  18. Clotfelter, Charles T. and John C. Hahn. "Assessing the 55 m.p.h. National Speed Limit." Policy Sciences 9 (June, 1978): 281-294. (reprinted in David Nachimas (ed.), The Practice of Policy Evaluation (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1980), 396-412)
  19. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Private Security and the Public Safety." Journal of Urban Economics 5 (July, 1978): 3880402.
  20. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Alternative Measures of School Desegregation: A Methodological Note." Land Economics 54 (August, 1978): 373-380.
  21. C. Clotfelter. "Review of Business, Government and the Public by Murray L. Weidenbaum." Journal of Economic Literature 16 (December, 1978): 1484-1485.
  22. C. Clotfelter. "Discussion of paper by Ferejohn, Forsythe, and Noll." Collective Decision Making: Applications from Public Choice Theory Balitmore: John Hopkins University Press. (1979): 196-198.
  23. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Robert D. Seeley. "The Private Costs of Crime." The Costs of Crime. Ed. Charles Gray Beverly Hill, CA: Sage Publications, 1979: 213-232.
  24. C. Clotfelter. "School Desegregation as Urban Public Policy." Current Issues in Urban Economics. Ed. Peter Mieszkowski and Mahlon Straszheim Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1979: 359-387.
  25. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Equity, Efficiency and the Taxation of In-Kind Compensation." National Tax Journal 32 (March, 1979): 51-60.
  26. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Urban School Desegregation and Declines in White Enrollment: A Reexamination." Journal of Urban Economics 6 (July, 1979): 352-270.
  27. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "On the Regressivity of State-Operated 'Numbers' Games." National Tax Journal 32 (December, 1979): 543-548.
  28. Auten, Gerald E. and Charles T. Clotfelter. "Recent Empirical Work on Capital Gains." Proceedings of the National Tax Association/Tax Institute of America 73 (1980): 88-95.
  29. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Tax Incentives and Charitable Giving: Evidence from a Panel of Taxpayers." Journal of Public Economics 13 (June, 1980): 319-340.
  30. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Bruce Vavrichek. "Campaign Resource Allocation and the Regional Impact of Electoral College Reform." Journal of Regional Science 20 (August, 1980): 311-329.
  31. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Explaining Unselfish Behavior: Crime and the Helpful Bystander." Journal of Urban Economics 8 (September, 1980): 196-212.
  32. Clotfelter, Charles T. and C. Eugene Steuerle. "Charitable Contributions." How Taxes Affect Economic Behavior. Ed. Henry Aaron and Joseph Pechman Washington: The Brookings Institution, 1981: 403-437.
  33. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Crimes and the Demand for Handguns: An Empirical Analysis." Law and Policy Quarterly 3 (October, 1981): 425-441.
  34. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Lester M. Salamon. "The Impact of the 1981 Tax Act on Individual Charitable Giving." National Tax Journal 35 (June, 1982): 171-187. (Reprinted in Susan Rose-Ackerman (ed.), The Economics of Nonprofit Institutions (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986), 207- 223)
  35. Auten, Gerald E. and Charles T. Clotfelter. "Permanent versus Transitory Tax Effects and the Realization of Capital Gains." Quarterly Journal of Economics 98 (November, 1982): 613-632.
  36. C. Clotfelter. "Tax Evasion and Tax Rates: An Analysis of Individual Returns." Review of Economics and Statistics 65 (August, 1983): 363-373.
  37. C. Clotfelter. "Tax-Induced Distortions and the Business-Pleasure Borderline: The Cae of Travel and Entertainment." American Economic Review 73 (December, 1983): 1053-1065.
  38. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Tax Cut Meets Bracket Creep: The Rise and Fall of Marginal Tax Rates, 1964-1984." Public Finance Quarterly 12 (April, 1984): 131-152.
  39. Charles T. Clotfelter. Federal Tax Policy and Charitable Giving. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985.
  40. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Tax Reform and Charitable Giving in 1985." Tax Notes (February 4, 1985): 477-487.
  41. C. Clotfelter. "Tax Reform and Contributions: Reply to Rudney and Davie." Tax Notes (March 25, 1985): 1275-1278.
  42. C. Clotfelter. "New York Times." (January 7, 1985).
  43. C. Clotfelter. "News and Observer." (April 17, 1985).
  44. Clotfelter, Charles T. and James Clotfelter. "News and Observer." (January 13, 1985).
  45. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Charitable Giving and Tax Legislation in the Reagan Era." Law and Contemporary Problems 48 (Autumn 1985): 197-212.
  46. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Christian Science Monitor." (June 2, 1986).
  47. C. Clotfelter. "The Effect of Tax Simplification on Educational and Charitable Organizations." Economic Consequences of Tax Simplification. Boston: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 1986: 187-215.
  48. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "New York Times." (August 20, 1987).
  49. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Review of The Rich, the Poor, and the Taxes They Pay, by Joseph A. Pechman." Journal of Economic Literature 25 (December, 1987): 1880-1882.
  50. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "Implicit Taxation in Lottery Finance." National Tax Journal 40 (December, 1987): 533-546.
  51. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Tax-Induced Distortions in the Voluntary Sector." Case-Western Law Review 39.3 (1988-1989): 663-694.
  52. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. Selling Hope: State Lotteries in America. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1989.
  53. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "Atlanta Journal/Constitution." (February 12, 1989).
  54. C. Clotfelter. "Federal Tax Policy and Charitable Giving." Philanthropic Giving. Ed. Richard Magat New York: Oxford University Press, 1989: 105-127. Adapted and updated excerpt from Federal Tax Policy and Charitable Giving
  55. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "News and Observer." (May 27, 1990).
  56. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Dan Feenberg. "Is There a Regional Bias in Federal Tax Subsidy Rates for Giving?." Public Finance/Finances Publiques 45.2 (1990): 227-240.
  57. C. Clotfelter. "The Impact of Tax Reform on Charitable Giving: A 1989 Perspective." Do Taxes Matter? The Impact of Tax Reform Act of 1986. Ed. Joel Slemrod Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1990: 203-235.
  58. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "On the Economics of State Lotteries." Journal of Econmic Perspectives 4 (Fall, 1990): 105-119. (Revised and abridged version published as "On the Economics of State Lotteries - Updated," in Samuel H. Baker and Catherine S. Elliot (eds.), Readings in Public Finance (Cincinnati: South-Western College Publishing, 1997)
  59. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "Redefining 'Success' in the State Lottery Business." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 9 (Winter, 1990): 99-104.
  60. Clotfelter, Charles T., Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Malcolm Getz, and John J. Siegfried. Economic Challenges in Higher Education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.
  61. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "San Diego Union." (March 31, 1991).
  62. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "Lotteries in the Real World." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 4.3 (1991): 227-232.
  63. C. Clotfelter. "Government Policy Toward Art Museums in the United States." The Economics of Art Museums. Ed. Martin Feldstein Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991: 237-269.
  64. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "What Kind of Lottery for North Carolina?." Popular Government 56 (Spring, 1991): 25-29.
  65. C. Clotfelter. "State Lotteries in America: Are There Lessons for New Zealand?." Lotteries, Gaming and Public Policy. Ed. Claudia Scott Wellington: Institute of Policy Studies, 1992: 3-17.
  66. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "Lotteries." New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance. Ed. Peter Newman, Murray Milgate, and John Eatwell London: Macmillan, 1992
  67.  Who Benefits from the Nonprofit Sector?.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992
  68. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Review of The Closing Door: Conservative Policy and Black Opportunity, by Gary Orfield and Carole Ashkinaze." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 11 (Spring, 1992): 329-331.
  69. Charles T. Clotfelter. "On Trends in Private Sources of Support for the U.S. Non-profit Sector." Voluntas 4.2 (1993): 190-195.
  70.  Studies of Supply and Demand in Higher Education (with introduction).  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993
  71. Charles T. Clotfelter. "The Private Life of Public Economics." Southern Economic Journal (April, 1993): 579-596.
  72. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "The Peculiar Scale Economics of Lotto." American Economic Review (June, 1993): 634-643.
  73. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "The 'Gambler's Fallacy' in Lottery Play." Management Science (December, 1993): 1521-1525.
  74. C. Clotfelter. "Liberal Education: Luxury Education." America's Investment in Liberal Education. Ed. David H. Finifter and Arthur M. Hauptman San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1994
  75. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Review of The Economic Consequences of State Lotteries, by Mary O. Borg, Paul M. Mason, and Stephen L. Shapiro." Journal of Economic Literature 32 (March, 1994): 147-148.
  76. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Review of Unhealthy Charities: Hazardous to Your Health and Wealth, by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo." Journal of Economic Literature 33 (June, 1995): 866-868.
  77. C. Clotfelter. "The Promise of Public Revenue from Casinos." Casino Development: How Would Casinos Affect New England's Economy?. Ed. Robert Tannenwald Boston: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, October, 1995
  78. Charles T. Clotfelter. Buying the Best: Cost Escalation in Elite Higher Education. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996.  [abs]
  79. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Helen F. Ladd. "Charlotte Observer." (July 23, 1996).
  80. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Richard L. Schmalbeck. "The Impact of Fundamental Tax Reform on Nonprofit Organizations." Economic Effects of Fundamental Tax Reform. Ed. Henry J. Aaron and William G. Gale Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1996: 211-243.  [abs]
  81. C. Clotfelter. "Public Services versus Private Philanthropy: Are There Winners and Losers?." Le Organizzazioni Senza Fini di Lucro (Non-Profit Organizations). Milan: Centro Nazionale di Prevenzione e Difesa Sociale, 1996
  82. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Helen F. Ladd. "Recognizing and Rewarding Success in Public Schools." Holding Schools Accountable: Performance-Based Reform in Education. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1996: 23-64.
  83. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "The Economics of Giving." Giving Better, Giving Smarter: Working Papers of the National Commission on Philanthropy and Civic Renewal. Ed. John W. Barry and Bruno V. Manno Washington, DC: National Commission on Philanthropy and Civic Renewal, 1997: 31-55.
  84. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Review of Does Money Matter? The Effects of School Resources on Student Achievement and Adult Success, edited by Gary Burtless." Journal of Economic Literature 36 (March, 1998): 258-259.
  85. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "News and Observer." (February 14, 1999).
  86.  Amateurs in Public Service: Volunteering Service-Learning and Community Service Programs. Law and Contemporary Problems 62. Autumn 1999  ((with introduction))
  87.  Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector in a Changing America.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999.  [abs]
  88. Clotfelter, Charles T., Philip J. Cook, Julie A. Edell, and Marian Moore. "State Lotteries at the Turn of the Century: Report to the National Impact Study Commission." (June, 1999).
  89. C. Clotfelter. "Public School Segregation in Metropolitan Areas." Land Economics 75 (November, 1999): 487-504.  [abs]
  90. Charles T. Clotfelter. "The Familiar but Curious Economics of Higher Education: Introduction to a Symposium." Journal of Economic Perspectives 13 (Winter, 1999): 3-12.
  91. Auten, Gerald E., Charles T. Clotfelter, and Richard L. Schmalbeck. "Taxes and Philanthropy Among the Wealthy." Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich. Ed. Joel Slemrod New York: Russell Sage Foundation and Harvard University Press, 2000: 392-424.  [abs]
  92. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Do Lotteries Hurt the Poor? Well, Yes and No, A Summary of Testimony Given to the House Select Committee on a State Lottery." (April, 2000).
  93. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Review of The Big Test: The Secret History of the American Meritocracy." Journal of Economic Literature 38 (December, 2000): 963-965.
  94. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Are Whites Still 'Fleeing'? Racial Patterns and Enrollment Shifts in Urban Public Schools, 1987-1996." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 20 (Spring, 2001): 199-221. [online]  [abs]
  95. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Review of Tuition Rising: Why College Costs So Much, by Ronald Ehrenberg." Industrial and Labor Relations Review 55 (October, 2001): 176-177.
  96. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Who Are the Alumni Donors? Giving by Two Generations of Alumni from Selective Colleges." Nonprofit Management and Leadership 12 (Winter, 2001): 119-138.
  97. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Can Faculty be Induced to Relinquish Tenure?." The Questions of Tenure. Ed. Richard P. Chait Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2002: 221-245.
  98. Auten, Gerald, Holger Sieg, and Charles T. Clotfelter. "Charitable Giving, Income and Taxes: An Analysis of Panel Data." American Economic Review 92 (March, 2002): 371-382.
  99. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Interracial Contact in High School Extracurricular Activities." The Urban Review 34 (March, 2002): 25-46. [online]  [abs]
  100. "Resources for Scholarship in the Nonprofit Sector: Studies in the Political Economy of Information, Part 1, Data on Nonprofit Industries; Part 2, Resources for Comparative Institutional Research." American Behavioral Scientist 45.12 (June, 2002).
  101.  Data on Nonprofit Industries. American Behavioral ScienceResources for Scholarship in the Nonprofit Sector: Studies in the Political Economy of Information, Part 1.  (June, 2002).
  102.  Resources for Comparative Institutional Research. American Behavioral ScienceResources for Scholarship in the Nonprofit Sector: Studies in the Political Economy of Information, Part 2. 45  (July, 2002).
  103. Clotfelter, Charles T.. "Discussion of "Gifts and Bequests: Family of Philanthropic Organizations?" by Paul G. Schervish and John J. Havens." Death and Dollars: The Role of Gifts and Bequests in America Washington: Brookings Institution Press. (2003).
  104. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Alumni Giving to Elite Private Colleges and Universities." Economics of Education Review 22.2 (2003): 109-120. [pdf]  [abs]
  105. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "Segregation and Resegregation in North Carolina's Public School Classrooms." North Carolina Law Review 81 (May, 2003): 1463-1511.  [abs]
  106. Vigdor, Jacob L. and Charles T. Clotfelter. "Retaking the SAT." Journal of Human Resources 38 (Winter, 2003): 1-33..  [abs]
  107. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, Jacob L. Vigdor, and Roger Aliaga Diaz. "Do School Accountability Systems Make it More Difficult for Low Performing Schools to Attract and Retain High Quality Teachers?." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (2004).
  108. Charles T. Clotfelter. After Brown: The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004, 2006, paperback. [Ordering_Info]  [abs]
  109. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Private Schools, Segregation, and the Southern States." Peabody Journal of Education 79.2 (2004): 74-97. [online]
  110. Charles T. Clotfelter. "The Nonprofit Sector in K-12 Education." City Taxes, City Spending: Essays in Honor of Dick Netzer. Ed. Amy Ellen Schwartz Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2004: 166-192.
  111. Clotfelter, Charles T.. “The Decline of Diversity in Our Schools”.  Washington Post (May 15, 2004).
  112. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, Jacob L. Vigdor, and Roger Aliaga Diaz. "Do School Accountability Systems Make it More Difficult for Low Performing Schools to Attract and Retain High Quality Teachers?." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 23 (Spring, 2004): 251-271. (Awarded the 2004 Raymond Vernon Memorial Prize for best article published in JPAM) [online]  [abs]
  113. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd and Jacob Vigdor. "Documentation for Unitary Status Determinations." (September, 2004). Documentation Regarding Unitary Status, 100 Largest School Districts in the South and Border, 2004
  114. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "Who Teaches Whom? Race and the Distribution of Novice Teachers." Economics of Education Review 24 (2005): 377-392. [pdf]
  115. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "Classroom-Level Segregation and Resegregation in North Carolina." School Resegregation: Must the South Turn Back?. Ed. John Charles Boger and Gary Orfield Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005
  116. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Gambling Taxes." Theory and Practice of Excise Taxation. Ed. Sijbren Cnossen Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005: 84-119.
  117. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "Federal Oversight, Local Control, and the Specter of 'Resegregation' in Southern Schools." NBER Working Paper 11086  (January, 2005). paper presented at conference on Brown v. Board of Education, Princeton University, October 7-8, 2004 [online]
  118. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Jacob Vigdor. "Surprising Progress Among Hispanic Students".  Raleigh News and Observer (June 5, 2006). (first published June 4th in the Contra Costa Times)
  119. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen Ladd, and Jacob Vigdor. “Latinos’ School Performance Progressive, Not Stagnant, Study Suggests”.  Contra Costa Times (June 4, 2006).
  120. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, Jacob L. Vigdor. "The Academic Achievement Gap in Grades 3 to 8." NBER Working Paper 12207  (May, 2006). [online]  [abs]
  121. Charles T. Clotfelter, Elizabeth Glennie, Helen Ladd, Jacob Vigdor. "Would Higher Salaries Keep Teachers in High-Poverty Schools? Evidence from a Policy Intervention in North Carolina." NBER Working Paper 12285  (June, 2006). [online]  [abs]
  122. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen Ladd, Jacob Vigdor. "Federal Oversight, Local Control and the Specter of Resegregation in Southern Schools." American Law and Economics Review 8 (Summer, 2006): 1-43. [online]
  123. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, Jacob L. Vigdor. "Teacher-Student Matching and the Assessment of Teacher Effectiveness." Journal of Human Resources 41 (Fall, 2006): 778-820. [online]
  124. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Patron or Bully? The Role of Foundations in Higher Education." Reconnecting Education & Foundations: Turning Good Intentions into Educational Capital. Ed. Ray Bacchetti and Thomas Ehrlich Jossey-Bass, 2007
  125. Clotfelter, Charles T. and Philip J. Cook. "What If The Lottery Were Run For Lottery Players?".  Raleigh News & Observer (March 1, 2007).
  126. Chemerinsky, Erwin and Charles Clotfelter. Abandoning the Promise.  Baltimore Sun (July 5, 2007).
  127. "Research cited in Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1 et al. (551 U.S.), June 28, 2007 in the concurring opinion of Justice Thomas, p. 23, and in the dissenting opinion of Justice Breyer, p. 69.." (2007).
  128. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L.Vigdor. "How and Why Do Teacher Credentials Matter for Student Achievement?."  .12828 (January, 2007).
  129. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd, Jacob L.Vigdor, and Justin Wheeler. "High Poverty Schools and the Distribution of Teachers and Principals." North Carolina Law Review 85 (June, 2007): 1345-1379.
  130. Also as: Chemerinsky, Erwin and Charles Clotfelter. "The Death of Desegregation".  Raleigh News and Observer (July 3, 2007).
  131. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L.Vigdor. "Teacher Credentials and Student Achievement in High School: A Cross-Subject Analysis with Student Fixed Effects."  .13617 (November, 2007).
  132. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L.Vigdor. "Are Teacher Absences Worth Worrying about in the U.S.?."  .13648 (November, 2007).
  133. C.T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "School Segregation under Color-blind Jurisprudence: The Case of North Carolina." Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law 16 (2008Fall 2008): 46-86.
  134. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. ""Would Higher Salaries Keep Teachers in High-Poverty Schools? Evidence from a Policy Intervention in North Carolina"." Journal of Public Economics 92 (2008): 1352-1370.
  135. Charles T. Clotfelter, Elizabeth J. Glennie, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. ""Teacher Bonuses and Teacher Retention in Low-Performing Schools: Evidence from the North Carolina $1,800 Teacher Bonus Program"." Public Finance Review 36 (2008): 63-87.
  136. C.T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "Are Teacher Absences Worth Worrying about in the U.S.?." Education Finance and Policy 4 (Spring 2009): 115-149.
  137. C.T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "The Academic Achievement Gap in Grades 3 to 8." Review of Economics and Statistics 91 (2009): 420-431.
  138. Charles T. Clotfelter. "Hold That Line? For 80 Years, Universities Haven’t,” Raleigh News and Observer, October 22, 2009; also published as “College Athletics under Fire,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 25, 2009; “80 Years of Trade-Offs in College Sports,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 27, 2009. 
  139. C.T. Clotfelter. “Hold That Line? For 80 Years, Universities Haven’t”.  Raleigh News and Observer (October 22, 2009).  [author's comments]
  140. Charles T. Clotfelter, (ed.). American Universities in a Global Market. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010.
  141. Charle T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd and Jacob L. Vigdor. Teacher Credentials and Student Achievement in High School: A Cross Subject Analysis with Fixed Effects. Journal of Human Resources.45  Summer 2010. 655-681 pp.
  142. C.T. Clotfelter, H.F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. ""Teacher Credentials and Student Achievement in High School: A Cross Subject Analysis with Fixed Effects"." Journal of Human Resources 45 (Summer, 2010): 655-681.
  143. Charles T. Clotfelter. Is Sports in Your Mission Statement?.  The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 24, 2010).
  144. Charles T. Clotfelter. Uncle Sam Takes One for the Team.  Washington Post (December 31, 2010). [link]
  145. Charles T. Clotfelter. Big-Time Sports in American Universities. Cambridge University Press, 2011. [website]
  146. C.T. Clotfelter, Helen Ladd, and Jacob Vigdor. "Teacher Mobility, School Segregation, and Pay-Based Policies to Level the Playing Field." Education, Finance and Policy 6.3 (2011): 399-438.
  147. C.T. Clotfelter. It's Madness as Universities Play for Pay.  Seattle Times; Toronto Globe and Mail (March 11, 2011).
  148. C.T. Clotfelter. NCAA Vilations Won't Stop until University Trustees Act.  Atlanta Journal-Constitution (August 17, 2011).
  149. C.T. Clotfelter. "Why college sports are impervious to reform".  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; also: Des Moines Register (January 1, 2012.).
  150. C.T. Clotfelter. “After Playoff, What’s Left to Reform in Big-Time College Sports?”.  Atlanta Journal-Constitution; also: Des Moines Register; Durham Herald-Sun (July 2, 2012.).
  151. C.T. Clotfelter. “Even in Death, College Sports Fans Remain Die-Hards".  Indianapolis Star; also: News and Observer, Newark Star-Ledger (November 30, 2012).
  152. C.T. Clotfelter, H.F. Ladd, and J.L. Vigdor. ""The Aftermath of Accelerating Algebra: Evidence from a District Policy Initiative"." NBER Working Paper .18161 (June 2012).
  153. C.T. Clotfelter. "“Synopsis Paper,” Context for Success Project,."  2012 [SYNOPSIS_PAPER.pdf.]
  154. C.T. Clotfelter, H.F. Ladd, J.L. Vigdor. "New Destinations, New Trajectories? The Educational Attainment and Persistence of Hispanic Youth in North Carolina." Child Development 83.5 (September/October, 2012): 1608-1622.  [abs]
  155. C.T. Clotfelter. ""Sports Enhance School Loyalty"." New York Times Room for Debate Blog (April 22, 2013).
  156. C.T. Clotfelter. ""Diehard Fans and the Ivory Tower’s Populist Reach"." unpublished paper (August 2013).
  157. C.T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, Clara G. Muschkin and Jacob L. Vigdor. ""Success in Community College: Do Institutions Differ?"." Research in Higher Education 54 (November 2013).
  158. C.T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. ""Racial and Economic Imbalance in Charlotte's Schools: 1994-2012"." Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: The Past, Present, and Future of School (De)segregation in Charlotte. Ed. Rosyln Arlin Mickelson, Stephen Samuel Smith, and Amy Hawn Nelson Harvard Educational Press, forthcoming
  159. Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd, and Jacob L. Vigdor. "Racial and Economic Diversity in North Carolina's Schools: An Update."  Sanford School Working PaperJanuary 2013

Coard, Stephanie I

  1. Coard, S. & Holden, E.. "The effects of race and ethnicity on mental health services in pediatric primary care." Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 5.3 (1998): 275-294.
  2. Coard, S., Nitz, K., & Felice, M.. "). Sociodemographic, family and health characteristics: Associations with repeat pregnancies in urban adolescent mothers." Adolescence 35.137 (2000): 193-200.
  3. Coard, S., Breland, A., & Raskin, P.. "Perceptions of and preferences for skin color, Black racial identity, and self-esteem among African Americans." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 31.11 (2001): 2256-2274.
  4. Breland, A., Coleman H., Coard, S., & Steward R.. "). Differences among African American jr. high students: The effects of skin tone on ethnic identity, self-esteem and cross-cultural behavior." Dimensions of Counseling: Research, Theory and Practice 30.1 (2002): 15-21.
  5. Miller Brotman, L, Klein, RG, Kamboukos, D, Brown, EJ, Coard, S., and Sosinsky, L.. "Preventive intervention for urban, low-income preschoolers at familial risk for conduct problems: A randomized pilot study." Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 32.2 (2003): 246-257.
  6. Coard, S. & Wallace, S., & Stevenson, H. & Miller Brotman, L.. "Towards culturally competent preventive interventions: The consideration of racial socialization in parent training with African American families." Journal of Child and Family Studies 13.3 (September, 2004): 277-293.
  7. Caldwell, M., Miller Brotman, L., Coard, S., Wallace, S., Stellabotte, D., & Calzada, E.. "Community involvement in adapting and implementing preventive interventions for preschoolers living in urban communities: ParentCorps." Journal of Child and Family Studies  (2005).

Cohen, Sarah

  1. S. Cohen, C. Li, J. Yang, C. Yu. "“Computational Journalism: A Call to Arms to Database Researchers." Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research (CIDR) January 2011 (2010)  Selected for inclusion in conference proceedings, the common outlet for work by computer science researchers [pdf]
  2. S. Cohen, F. Viegas, M. Wattenberg. "TimeFlow: a timeline and chronology tool for investigative analysis." (July, 2010). Released open source software for use in investigative reporting. It has been incorporated into training sessions in investigative reporting and has been downloaded at least 500 times. [available here]
  3. S. Cohen, J. Hamilton, F. Turner. "Computational Journalism: How Computer Scientists can Empower Democracy's Watchdogs." Communications of the Association of Computing Machinery (October, 2011). [fulltext]
  4. Sarah Cohen. "Shared Values, clashing goals." Crossroads ACM (December, 2011). [article.cfm]

Conover, Christopher J.

  1. C.Johnston Conover and Walter S. Baer. "Computer-Assisted Electrocardiogram Analysis." Analysis of Federally Funded Demonstration Projects Supporting Case Studies. R-1927-DOC.RAND Corporation, April, 1976: C1-C29. [pdf]
  2. C.Johnston Conover and Walter S. Baer. "Teleprocessing of Medicaid Claims." Analysis of Federally Funded Demonstration Projects Supporting Case Studies. R-1927-DOC.RAND Corporation, April, 1976: D1-D22. [pdf]
  3. Conover CJ. U.S. Strategic Nuclear Weapons and Deterrence. RAND Paper Series, P-5967. RAND Corporation, August, 1977. [pdf]
  4. Gray, CM, Conover CJ, Hennessey TM. "Cost-effectiveness of Residential Community Corrections—Analytical Prototype." Evaluation Quarterly 2.3 (1978): 375-400.
  5. Stumbo WG, Allen DT, Conover CJ. "Understanding Medicaid in Kentucky." Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 79.3 (March, 1981): 156-167.
  6. Conover CJ. "Indigent Medical Care in Kentucky." Kentucky Economy Review and Perspective (September, 1982).
  7. Nocks BC, Conover CJ. "State Options to Assist the Medically Indigent: Building Consensus in North Carolina." (November, 1991). Presented by BC Nocks at the American Public Health Association, 119th Annual Meeting, World Federation of Public Health Associations, Sixth International Congress, Atlanta, GA, November 10-14, 1991
  8. Conover CJ, McLaughlin M. "Spreading the Risk and Beating the Spread: The Role of Insurance in Assuring Adequate Health Care." North Carolina Insight (Winter, 1991).
  9. Weinberger M, Conover CJ, Samsa GP, Greenberg S. "Physicians' Attitudes and Practices Regarding the Treatment of HIV-infected Patients." Southern Medical Journal 85.7 (July, 1992): 683-686.
  10. Conover CJ. "Options for Improving Health Care Access in North Carolina." Proceedings of General Assembly's Access to Health Care Conference: Eastern North Carolina. East Carolina University, Center for Health Services Research and Development, 1993
  11. Conover CJ. "Economic Benefits of Universal Health Coverage: What's the Bottom Line?." (June, 1993). Paper presented by author at the Association for Health Services Research, 10th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, June 29, 1993
  12. Sloan FA, Conover CJ. "The Use of Cost-Effectiveness/Cost-Benefit Analysis in Actual Decision-Making: Current Status and Prospects." Valuing Health Care: Costs, Benefits, and Effectiveness of Pharmaceuticals and Other Medical Technologies. Ed. FA Sloan Cambridge University Press, 1994 pp. 207-232.
  13. Conover CJ. Review of Putting Health Care on the National Agenda by A. Birenbaum.  Educational Gerontology 20.2 (March, 1994): 208-209.
  14. Sloan FA, Shayne MW, Conover CJ. "Continuing Care Retirement Communities: Prospects for Reducing Institutional Long-Term Care." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 20.1 (Spring, 1995): 75-98.
  15. Whetten-Goldstein K, Sloan F, Conover CJ, Viscusi K, Kulas B, Chesson H. "The Economic Burden of Multiple Sclerosis." MS Management 3.1 (1996): 33-39.
  16. Conover CJ, Sloan FA. "Bankruptcy Risk and State Regulation of Continuing Care Retirement Communities." Inquiry 32.4 (Winter 1995/96): 444-456.  [abs]
  17. Conover CJ, Sloan FA., Provenzale, D, Oddone E, Jowell PS, Mah ML. "Hospital Credentialing for Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: Is Stricter Better?." Clinical Performance and Quality Health Care 6.4 (November/December 1998): 155-162.
  18. Sloan FA, Viscusi WK, Chesson HW, Conover CJ, Whetten-Goldstein K. "Alternative Approaches to Valuing Intangible Health Losses: The Evidence for Multiple Sclerosis." Journal of Health Economics 17.4 (1998): 475-497.
  19. Sloan FA, Conover CJ. "Life Transitions and Health Insurance Coverage of the Near Elderly." Medical Care 36.2 (February, 1998): 110-125.
  20. Conover CJ, Sloan FA. "Does Removing Certificate of Need Lead to a Surge in Health Care Spending?." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 23.3 (June, 1998): 455-481. [pdf]
  21. Sloan FA, Conover CJ. "Effects of State Reforms on Health Insurance Coverage of Adults." Inquiry 35.3 (Fall, 1998): 280-293.
  22. Conover CJ. Health Policy for Low-Income People in North Carolina. Urban Institute, December, 1998. [pdf]
  23. Conover CJ, Mah ML, Rankin PJ, Sloan FA. "The Impact of TennCare on Patient Satisfaction with Care." American Journal of Managed Care 5.6 (June, 1999): 765-775.
  24. Sloan FA, Conover, CJ, Hall MA. "State Strategies to Reduce the Growing Numbers of People without Health Insurance." Regulation 22.3 (Fall, 1999): 24-31. [pdf]
  25. Conover CJ, Yu L., Whetten-Goldstein K. "Effects of Unmet Needs for Transportation and Child Care on Adult HIV/AIDS Patients." (November, 1999). Presented by K Whetten-Goldstein at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, November 9,1999
  26. Conover CJ., Mah M, Rankin PJ, Sloan FA. "Physician Participation and Nonparticipation in Medicaid Managed Care: The TennCare Experience." Southern Medical Journal 92.11 (November, 1999): 1064-1070.
  27. Sloan FA., Taylor DH, Conover, CJ. "Hospital Conversions: Is the Purchase Price Too Low?." The Changing Medical Industry: Comparing Not-for-Profit Hospitals. Ed. David Cutler University of Chicago Press, 2000 pp. 13-34.
  28. Conover CJ, Whetten-Goldstein K. "The Impact of Ancillary Services on Access and Outcomes for HIV/AIDS Patients." (January, 2000). Presented by CJ Conover at the Ryan White CARE Act All-Title National Meeting, Washington, DC, January 20, 2000
  29. Sloan FA, Conover CJ, Provenzale, D. "Hospital Credentialing and Quality of Care." Social Science and Medicine 50.1 (January, 2000): 77-88.
  30. Conover CJ and Davies HH. The Role of TennCare in Health Policy for Low-Income People in Tennessee. Urban Institute, Occasional Paper Number 33, February, 2000. [Web]
  31. Sloan FA, Rankin PJ, Whellan DJ, Conover, CJ. "Medicaid, Managed Care and the Care of Patients Hospitalized for Acute Myocardial Infarction." American Heart Journal 139.4 (April, 2000): 567-576.
  32. Conover CJ, Yu L., Whetten-Goldstein K. "The Relation of Ancillary Services to Client’s Receipt of Medical Care." (November, 2000). Presented by K Whetten-Goldstein at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, November 13, 2000
  33. Conover CJ. Estimated Cost Impact of Health Plan Liability Provisions of Managed Care Patients’ Bill of Rights. Duke University, Center for Health Policy, Law and Management, March, 2001.
  34. Conover CJ, Rankin PJ, Sloan FA. "Effects of Tennessee Medicaid Managed Care on Obstetrical Care and Birth Outcomes." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 26.6 (December, 2001): 1291-1324.
  35. Conover CJ, Hall MA. "The Potential Impact on Accessibility and Affordability of Conversion of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina to For-Profit Status." (June, 2002). Poster presented by C Conover at the AcademyHealth Policy Annual Research Meeting, Washington, DC, June 22, 2002
  36. Conover CJ, Whetten-Goldstein K. "The Impact of Ancillary Services on Primary Care Use and Outcomes for HIV/AIDS Patients with Public Insurance Coverage." AIDS Care 14.Supplement 1 (August, 2002): S59-S71.
  37. Sloan FA , Conover CJ, Mah ML, Rankin PJ. "Impact of Medicaid Managed Care on Utilization of Obstetric Care: Evidence from TennCare’s Early Years." Southern Medical Journal 95.8 (August, 2002): 811-821.
  38. Sloan FA, Conover CJ, Ostermann J. "Rates of Return from Hospital Conversions." Health Care Management Review 28.2 (April-June 2003): 107-117.
  39. Hall, MA and Conover CJ. "The Impact of Blue Cross Conversions on Accessibility, Affordability, and the Public Interest." Milbank Quarterly 81.4 (2003): 509-542. [Web]  [abs]
  40. Sloan FA and Conover CJ. "Certificate of Need for Acute Care Services: Should States End It or Mend It?."   (Submitted February 2003).
  41. Sloan FA, Ostermann J, Conover CJ. "Antecedents of Hospital Ownership Conversions, Mergers, and Closures." Inquiry 40.1 (Spring, 2003): 39-56.
  42. Conover CJ. Sloan FA. Evaluation of Certificate of Need in Michigan. Volume I: Final Report. Duke University, Center for Health Policy, Law and Management, March, 2003. [Web]
  43. Conover CJ, Hall MA. For-Profit Conversion of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina: Assessment of the Potential Impacts on Accessibility and Affordability of Health Care. A Report to the North Carolina Department of Insurance, April, 2003. [available here]
  44. Hall MA, Conover CJ. "The Impact of Blue Cross Conversions on Affordability and Accessibility of Health Insurance." (June, 2003). Poster presented by M Hall and C Conover at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, Washington, DC, June 29, 2003
  45. Conover CJ, Ettner SL, Weaver M., Flynn PM, Porto JV, Ang A. "Costs of Care for People Living with HIV/AID, Chronic Mental Illness, and Substance Abuse Disorders." (June, 2003). Poster presented by CJ Conover at 4th International Health Economics Association World Congress, San Francisco, CA, June 15, 2003
  46. Conover CJ. A Review and Synthesis of the Cost and Benefits of Health Services Regulations. Duke University, Center for Health Policy, Law and Management, July, 2003.
  47. Conover CJ. Sloan FA. Evaluation of Certificate of Need in Michigan. Volume II: Technical Appendices. Duke University, Center for Health Policy, Law and Management, July, 2003. [Web]
  48. Lobach DF, Arbanas J, Campbell M, Wildemuth B, Yarnell KH, Hasselblad V, Conover CJ. "Enhanced Patient Data Collection from Individuals with Low Reading Literacy Using an Adaptive Human-Computer Interface during the Computer-Assisted Patient Interview: A Randomized Controlled Trial."   (Submitted August 2003).
  49. Conover CJ. Health Care Regulation: A $169 Billion Hidden Tax. Policy Analysis. 527CATO Institute, October 4, 2004. [html]
  50. Conover CJ, Ettner SL, Weaver M, Flynn PM, Porto JV. "Economic Evaluations of HIV Treatment and Health Research with People Diagnosed with HIV Infection and Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders." AIDS Care 16.Supplement 1 (2004): S121-S136.
  51. C. Conover. "Health Care: The Big Unknown." Get in the Booth!. Ed. Larry J. Sabato Addison-Wesley, May 15, 2004: 83-96.
  52. C.J. Conover. "The Impact of Health Services Regulation on Insurance Coverage." (June 16, 2004). Poster presented at 2004 Annual Research Meeting of AcademyHealth, San Diego, CA
  53. C.J. Conover, S.L, Ettner, M. Weaver, A. Ang, P. Arno, P. Flynn. "Costs of Care for People Living with Combined HIV/AIDS, Chronic Mental Illness, and Substance Abuse Disorders." (June 24, 2004). Paper presented at Complexities of Co- Occurring Conditions Conference, Washington, DC
  54. Sloan FA, Ostermann J, Picone G, Conover CJ, Taylor DH. The Private and Social Cost of Smoking. MIT Press, November, 2004.
  55. Frank A. Sloan, Carrie A. Matthews, Christopher J. Conover, William M. Sage. "Public Medical Malpractice Insurance: An Analysis of State-Operated Patient Compensation Funds." DePaul Law Review 54.2 (Winter 2005): 247-276.
  56. Conover CJ, Hall MA, Osterman J. "The Impact of Blue Cross and Blue Shield Conversions on Health Expenditures and the Uninsured." Health Affairs 24.2 (March/April 2005).
  57. Conover CJ, Ostermann J, Whetten RAD, Bouis S, Swartz M, Whetten KD. "Cost-Effectiveness of Integrated Services Delivery for Patients in North Carolina Living with Combined HIV/AIDS, Chronic Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Disorders." AIDS Care  (Submitted August 25, 2006).
  58. C.J. Conover. "How the U.S. Achieved Universal Health Coverage Under George W. Bush." The American Enterprise  (August, 2005).
  59. James W. Henderson, J. Allen Seward, Beck A. Taylor, Christopher J. Conover. "State-Level Health Insurance Mandates and Premium Costs." (October 15, 2005). Paper presented by James Henderson at Southern Health Economics Study Group Conference, Columbia, SC
  60. C.J. Conover. "How the U.S. Achieved Universal Health Coverage Under George W. Bush." APSA PROceedings 2005 (December, 2005).
  61. Mark A. Hall & Christopher J. Conover. "Privatization of Blue Cross Plans: Public Benefit or Public Harm?." Annual Review of Public Health 27 (2006). [annurev.publhealth.27.021405.102200]  [abs]
  62. James W. Henderson, J. Allen Seward, Beck A. Taylor, Christopher J. Conover. "The Economic Impact of State-Level Health Insurance Regulation on the Number of Uninsured." Review of Economics and Statistics  (June 13, 2006).  [author's comments]
  63. C.J. Conover with Emily Zeitler. Costs and Benefits of EMTALA: Health Facilities Regulation Working Paper No. F-1.  June, 2006.
  64. C.J. Conover. "Benefits and Costs of Health Facilities Regulation in the U.S.." (June 7, 2006). Paper presented at American Society of Health Economics 2006 Conference, Madison, WI
  65. C.J. Conover, P. Arno, M. Weaver, A. Ang, S. Ettner. "Income and Employment of People Living With Combined HIV/AIDS, Chronic Mental Illness, and Substance Abuse Disorders." Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 9.2 (June, 2006): 71-86.
  66. C.J. Conover. "Benefits and Costs of Health Insurance Regulation in the U.S.." (June 26, 2006). Poster presented at 2006 Annual Research Meeting of AcademyHealth, Seattle, WA
  67. K. Whetten, S. Reif, J. Ostermann, M. Swartz, R. Whetten, C.J. Conover, S. Bouis, N. Theilman, J. Eron. "Improving health outcomes among individuals with HIV, mental illness and substance abuse disorders in the Southeast." AIDS Care 18.Supplement 1 (September, 2006): 18-26.
  68. Whetten RA, Whetten K, Pence B, Reif S, Conover CJ, Bouis S. "Providing transportation to care: Does it make a difference?." AIDS Care 18.Supplement 1 (September, 2006): 27-34.
  69. Conover CJ. "Distributional Considerations in the Overregulation of Health Professionals, Health Facilities, and Health Plans." Law and Contemporary Problems Symposium Issue: Who Pays? Who Benefits? 69 (Fall, 2006): 181-193. [pdf]
  70. C. Conover. "Will Health Care be the Mother of All Political Battles in 2008?." Get in the Booth: A Citizen's Guide to the 2008 Election. Ed. Larry J. Sabato Pearson Education Inc., July 2008: 57-74.
  71. Weaver MR, Conover CJ, Proescholdbell RJ, Arno PS, Ang A, Ettner SL; Cost Subcommittee of the HIV/AIDS Treatment Adherence, Health Outcomes, and Cost Study Group. "Utilization of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS, chronic mental illness, and substance abuse disorders.." Journal of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome 47.4 (April, 2008): 449-58. [18197121]
  72. Ettner SL, Conover CJ, Proescholdbell RJ, Weaver M, Ang A, Arno P,, Cost Subcommittee of the HIV/AIDS Treatment Adherence, Health Outcomes, and Cost Study Group,. "Triply-diagnosed patients in the HIV/AIDS Treatment Adherence, Health Outcomes and Cost Study: patterns of home care use." AIDS Care 20.10 (November, 2008): 1177-1189. [art00004]
  73. Subhashini Chandrasekharan, Christopher Heaney, Tamara Jones, Christopher Conover, and Robert Cook-Deegan. "Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Cystic Fibrosis." Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing Compendium of Case Studies Commissioned for SACGHS by the Duke University Center for Genome Ethics, Law & Policy. Secretary's Advisory Commission on Genetics, Health, and Society, February, 2009 [1%20SACGHS%20Patents%20Consultation%20Draft%20Compendium%20of%20Case%20Studies.pdf]
  74. Robert Cook-Deegan, Christopher DeRienzo, Julia Carbone, Subhashini Chandrasekharan, Christopher Heaney, and Christopher Conover. "Impact of Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Inherited Susceptibility to Cancer: Comparing Breast and Ovarian Cancers to Colon Cancers." Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing Compendium of Case Studies Commissioned for SACGHS by the Duke University Center for Genome Ethics, Law & Policy. Secretary's Advisory Commission on Genetics, Health, and Society, February, 2009 [1%20SACGHS%20Patents%20Consultation%20Draft%20Compendium%20of%20Case%20Studies.pdf]
  75. Weaver MR, Conover CJ, Proescholdbell RJ, Arno PS, Ang A, Ettmer SL. "Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Integrated Care for People with HIV, Chronic Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Disorders." Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 12.1 (March, 2009): 33-46.  [abs]
  76. LaPierre T, Conover CJ, Henderson JW,Seward JA, Taylor BA. "Estimating the Impact of State Health Insurance Mandates on Premium Costs Using the Community Tracking Survey." Journal of Insurance Regulation 27.3 (Spring, 2009): 3-36.
  77. Conover CJ, Weaver M, Ang A, Arno P, Flynn PM, Ettner SL. "Costs of Care for People Living with Combined HIV/AIDS, Chronic Mental Illness, and Substance Abuse Disorders." AIDS Care 21.12 (December, 2009): 1547 - 1559.
  78. Christopher J. Conover and Thomas P. Miller. Why a Public Plan is Unnecessary to Stimulate Competition. AEI Working Paper #162. American Enterprise Institute, January, 2010. [100077]  [abs]
  79. Subhashini Chandrasekharan, Christopher Heaney, Tamara Jones, Christopher Conover, and Robert Cook-Deegan. "Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Cystic Fibrosis." Genetics in Medicine 12.4 (April, 2010): S194-S211.
  80. Robert Cook-Deegan, Christopher DeRienzo, Julia Carbone, Subhashini Chandrasekharan, Christopher Heaney, and Christopher Conover. "Impact of Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Inherited Susceptibility to Cancer: Comparing Breast and Ovarian Cancers to Colon Cancers." Genetics in Medicine 12.4 (April, 2010): S15-S38.  [abs]
  81. C.J. Conover, M. Weaver, P. Arno, A. Ang, S.L. Ettner. "Insurance Coverage Among People Living with Combined HIV/AIDS, Chronic Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Disorders." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 21.3 (August, 2010): 1006-1030. [4629]  [abs]
  82. C.J. Conover. "Progressive Overreach: How Health Care Reform Was Botched (Again) Under the Obama Administration." (September 2, 2010). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.
  83. C.J. Conover. "Health Reform and Pre-Existing Conditions for Children." Health Reform Report (September 23, 2010). Editorial [php]
  84. C. Conover. "The Battle: Who Decides in Health Care." Get in the Booth!. Ed. Larry J. Sabato Pearson Education Inc., October, 2010
  85. C.J. Conover. "Youth Discontent with New Health Reform Law." Health Reform Report (October 6, 2010). Editorial [php]
  86. C.J. Conover. Congress Should Account for the Excess Burden of Taxation. Policy Analysis No. 669. Cato Institute, October 13, 2010. [pub_display.php]  [abs]
  87. C.J. Conover. "Health Reform's $550B Hidden Costs to Taxpayers." Health Reform Report (October 29, 2010). Editorial [php]
  88. C.J. Conover. "Time for a Reset on Health Reform." Health Reform Report (November 9, 2010). Editorial [php]
  89. C.J. Conover. "Drug Prices to Rise Thanks to New Health Law." Health Reform Report (November 22, 2010). Editorial [php]
  90. C. Conover. "The Battle: Who Decides in Health Care." Who Got in the Booth? A Look Back at the 2010 Elections. Ed. Larry J. Sabato Pearson Education Inc., 2011: 55-65.
  91. C.J. Conover. "Changing the Rules on Flexible Spending Accounts: Another Stealth Health Tax." Health Reform Report (January 5, 2011). Editorial [php]
  92. C.J. Conover. "Stealth-Taxing Non-Wealthy Medicare Beneficiaries." Health Reform Report (January 31, 2011). Editorial [php]
  93. C.J. Conover. "Time for a Reset on Healthcare Reform." The Enterprise Blog (February 8, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  94. C.J. Conover. "New Healthcare Law: Tilting the Playing Field against Consumers." Health Reform Report (March 1, 2011). Editorial [php]
  95. C.J. Conover and Mark J. Perry. "'Good Neighbor Sam' Shows How U.S. Debt Bankrupts Us." Investor's Business Daily (March 4, 2011). Editorial [htm]
  96. C.J. Conover. "Health Reform Turns One: Death by Taxes." Health Reform Report (March 28, 2011). Editorial [php]
  97. C.J. Conover. "The Independent Payment Advisory Board, a Death Panel in Waiting?." Health Reform Report (May 12, 2011). Editorial [php]
  98. C.J. Conover. "The Individual Mandate Isn't About Saving Money." Health Reform Report (June 7, 2011). Editorial [php]
  99. C.J. Conover. "Are U.S. Doctors Overpaid? Healthcare Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (July 5, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  100. C.J. Conover. "Healthcare Jobs Keep a Listing Ship Afloat." The Enterprise Blog (July 12, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  101. C.J. Conover. "Health Is the Health of the State." The American (July 19, 2011). [available here]
  102. C.J. Conover. "The Logic of Making Seniors Pay More: Healthcare Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (July 19, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  103. C.J. Conover. "Government Share of Healthcare Is Far Bigger Than Advertised." The American (August 2, 2011). [available here]
  104. C.J. Conover. "How Most Health Spending Is Hidden from Families: Healthcare Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (August 4, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  105. C.J. Conover. "Measuring Speed on the Health Spending Highway." The Enterprise Blog (August 9, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  106. C.J. Conover. "Feeling Poorer? Healthcare Bears Some Blame." The American (August 11, 2011). [available here]
  107. C.J. Conover. "Men at Work (Healthcare Edition)." The Enterprise Blog (August 18, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  108. C.J. Conover. "Some But Not All Female Health Workers Also Have Margin of Advantage in Unemployment." The Enterprise Blog (August 25, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  109. C.J. Conover. "We Have Met the Enemy and It Is Us: Healthcare Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (September 1, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  110. C.J. Conover. "Slouching Towards Socialism: Health Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (September 12, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  111. C.J. Conover. "Entitled to Leisure?." The American (September 13, 2011). [entitled-to-leisure]
  112. C.J. Conover. "How Private Health Insurance Slashed the Uninsured Rate for Americans: Health Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (September 16, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  113. C.J. Conover. "The Healthcare Budget Squeeze: Health Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (September 26, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  114. C.J. Conover. "Is Medicare a Ponzi Scheme?." The American (October 25, 2011). [is-medicare-a-ponzi-scheme]
  115. C.J. Conover. "The Family Healthcare Budget Squeeze." The American (November 14, 2011). [available here]
  116. C.J. Conover. "The health spending 1 percent: Healthcare fact of the week." The Enterprise Blog (November 22, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  117. C.J. Conover. "In Sickness or in Wealth." The American (November 30, 2011). [available here]
  118. C.J. Conover. "Chronic health spending: Healthcare fact of the week." The Enterprise Blog (December 8, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  119. C.J. Conover. "Where we’re headed without Medicare reform: Healthcare fact of the week." The Enterprise Blog (December 16, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  120. C.J. Conover. "Health spending trends under Romney, Perry, and Huntsman: Healthcare fact of the week." The Enterprise Blog (December 27, 2011). Editorial [available here]
  121. C.J. Conover. "Health spending trends in New England: Healthcare Fact of the Week." The Enterprise Blog (January 6, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  122. C.J. Conover and Jerry Ellig. Beware the Rush to Presumption, Part A: Material Omissions in Regulatory Analyses for the Affordable Care Act’s Interim Final Rules. Mercatus Center, George Mason University, January 9, 2012. [beware-rush-presumption-part]  [abs]
  123. Jerry Ellig & C.J. Conover. Beware the Rush to Presumption, Part B: Substandard Regulatory Analyses for the Affordable Care Act’s Interim Final Rules. Mercatus Center, George Mason University, January 9, 2012. [beware-rush-presumption-part-b]  [abs]
  124. C.J. Conover and Jerry Ellig. Beware the Rush to Presumption, Part C: A Public Choice Analysis of the Affordable Care Act’s Interim Final Rules. Mercatus Center, George Mason University, January 9, 2012. [beware-rush-presumption-part-c]  [abs]
  125. C.J. Conover and Jerry Ellig. "The Poor Quality of Affordable Care Act Regulations." Mercatus on Policy. (January 9, 2012). [poor-quality-affordable-care-act-regulations]
  126. Jerry Ellig and C.J. Conover. "Haste Made Waste: The Health Law's Rushed Regulations." Mercatus on Policy. (January 9, 2012). [haste-made-waste-health-care-laws-rushed-regulations]
  127. C.J. Conover. "Romney, Perry, and Huntsman: A Tale of Three Governors." The American (January 12, 2012). [available here]
  128. Asheesh Agarwal. Brief of Amici Curiae Indiana State Legislators, The James Madison Institute, and Christopher Conover, Ph.D. in Support of Petitioners (Medicaid Issue).  January 17, 2012.  [author's comments]
  129. C.J. Conover. "Medicaid coercion: Healthcare fact of the week." The Enterprise Blog (January 17, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  130. C.J. Conover. "America’s humongous healthcare problem: Healthcare fact of the week." The Enterprise Blog (January 25, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  131. C.J. Conover. "When Medicare wipes out Social Security: Healthcare fact of the week." The Enterprise Blog (February 3, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  132. C.J. Conover. "Is U.S. Health Spending on Another Planet?." The American (February 13, 2012). [available here]
  133. C.J. Conover. "Is U.S. Health Spending on Another Planet?." The Enterprise Blog (February 13, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  134. C.J. Conover. The American Health Economy Illustrated. AEI Press, February, 2012. [100086]
  135. C.J. Conover. "Why Do Americans Spend More on Health Care? Because They Can: Healthcare fact of the week.." The Enterprise Blog (February 24, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  136. C.J. Conover and Jerry Ellig. "A Public Choice Analysis of the Affordable Care Act’s Interim Final Rules." (March 8, 2012). Paper presented at 2012 Second World Congress of the Public Choice Society, Miami, FL at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
  137. C.J. Conover. "Health Care 101: The truth about health spending in America." American Enterprise Institute (March 13, 2012). [available here]
  138. C.J. Conover. "Healthcare wasn't broken." Los Angeles Times (March 15, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  139. C.J. Conover. "Maybe it’s Paul Krugman who’s lying about Obamacare." The Enterprise Blog (March 21, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  140. C.J. Conover. "Scalia’s correct: The slippery slope towards compulsory exercise." The Enterprise Blog (March 28, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  141. C.J. Conover. "Death by taxes." The Enterprise Blog (April 18, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  142. Christopher Conover and Jerry Ellig. "Conover and Ellig: Health Care Plan Rebates Have Hidden Costs." Roll Call (May 21, 2012). Editorial [html]
  143. C.J. Conover. "Flight of The Millionaires: Reasons to Give Thanks For The One Percent." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (July 23, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  144. C.J. Conover. "CONOVER: Moral case against Obamacare." Washington Times (July 24, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  145. C.J. Conover. "Healthcare Law Will Not Reduce The Deficit." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (July 26, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  146. C.J. Conover. "Healthcare Law Will Cost 1 Million or More Jobs." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (July 31, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  147. C.J. Conover. "Takeover: Government On Track To Make Up 66% of Healthcare Spending." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (August 7, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  148. C.J. Conover. "How the Affordable Care Act Reduces Our Liberty." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (August 10, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  149. C.J. Conover. "Paul Ryan: The Five Trillion Dollar Man." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (August 14, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  150. C.J. Conover. "Can Markets Work in Medicine?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (August 16, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  151. C.J. Conover. "Will Health Care Matter in this Election?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (August 22, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  152. C.J. Conover. "Health Care Cronyism." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (August 24, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  153. C.J. Conover. "How Romney-Ryan Should Use States to Reform Health Care." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (August 31, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  154. C.J. Conover. "Is President Clinton Capable of Telling the Truth?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (September 7, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  155. C.J. Conover. "Study Finds US Slips in Freedom, Health." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (September 20, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  156. C.J. Conover. "Health Care Reform And The 47 Percent." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (October 1, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  157. C.J. Conover. "Debate Over Medicare, Health Care Reform." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (October 3, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  158. C.J. Conover. "Should Your Kids Subsidize My Grandmother's Health Care?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (October 11, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  159. C.J. Conover. "Presidential Debates Highlight What The Health Care Debate Already Revealed." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (October 12, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  160. C.J. Conover. "3 views on whether the next Congress should repeal Obamacare: 1. Yes: Replace it with a competitive system that puts patients first and cuts costs." Christian Science Monitor (October 16, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  161. C.J. Conover. "Can Obamacare Save Your Uninsured Friends?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (October 22, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  162. C.J. Conover. "Top 4 Reasons Obamacare Will Harm U.S. Competitiveness." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (October 25, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  163. C.J. Conover. "Repealing Obamacare in The Voting Booth." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (November 6, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  164. C.J. Conover. "Voters Press Repeat." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (November 16, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  165. C.J. Conover. "Young People Under Obamacare: Cash Cow For Older Workers." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (November 27, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  166. C.J. Conover. "What Hurricane Sandy Teaches Us About Medicaid, Medicare." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (November 30, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  167. C.J. Conover. "Sorry, Seniors, You Didn't Pay for (All of) That." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (December 3, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  168. C.J. Conover. "Why the New Medicare Tax is a Bad Idea." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (December 11, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  169. C.J. Conover. "Will Obamacare Stimulate Entrepreneurs?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (December 13, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  170. C.J. Conover. "The Cost of Health Care: 1958 vs. 2012." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (December 22, 2012). Editorial [available here]
  171. C.J. Conover. The American Health Economy Illustrated Online. AEI Press, 2013. [available here]  [abs]
  172. C.J. Conover. "Mr. President: We Do Have a Spending Problem!." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (January 8, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  173. C.J. Conover. "'Slow' Growth in Health Spending Still Greatly Outstrips Private Worker Pay." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (January 14, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  174. C.J. Conover. "Nate Silver Gets It! Health Care Drives Increase in Government Spending." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (January 17, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  175. C.J. Conover. "Will Obamacare Make Obama a Great President?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (January 22, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  176. C.J. Conover. "U.S. Treasury to President Obama: Medicare's Current Policy 'Is Unsustainable'." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (January 28, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  177. C.J. Conover. "Are Republicans Bigger Spenders Than Democrats?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (January 31, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  178. C.J. Conover. "Should States Expand Medicaid?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (February 6, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  179. C.J. Conover. "States Face a "Sophie's Choice" on Medicaid Expansion." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (February 7, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  180. C.J. Conover. "Bullets vs. Band-aids: Is Health Spending Crowding out Defense?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (February 12, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  181. C.J. Conover. "Should States Expand Medicaid? The Moral Calculus Part II." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (February 12, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  182. C.J. Conover. "The Hidden Costs of Health Entitlements are Growing at Triple the Rate of Health Entitlements." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (February 18, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  183. C.J. Conover. "Will Medicaid Expansion Create Jobs?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (February 25, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  184. C.J. Conover. "5 Take-Aways from Steven Brill's Time Tome on Health Costs." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (February 28, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  185. C.J. Conover. "5 Myths in Steven Brill's Opus on Health Costs--Part 1." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (March 4, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  186. C.J. Conover. "5 Myths in Steven Brill's "Bitter Pill" -- Part 2." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (March 7, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  187. C.J. Conover. "98 Percent of Individual Health Plans Flunk Obamacare Standards." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (March 11, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  188. C.J. Conover. "‘Not One Dime’: Health Care Law Projected to Add $6.2 Trillion to U.S. Deficit." The American (March 14, 2013). [available here]
  189. C.J. Conover. "What One Writer Got Wrong When Attacking An Obamacare Critic." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (March 14, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  190. C.J. Conover. "Better than "Sicko," But Still Missing the Mark on Healthcare Solutions: "Escape Fire"." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (March 22, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  191. C.J. Conover. "Obamacare Reboot." National Review Online (March 26, 2013). Editorial [html]
  192. C.J. Conover. "NC faces a 'Sophie's Choice' on Medicaid expansion." News and Observer (March 27, 2013). Editorial [html]
  193. C.J. Conover. "Do Obamacare's Defenders Hate Seniors or Doctors (or Both)?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (March 28, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  194. C.J. Conover. "Obamacare: Not too late to take back this lemon." Washington Examiner (March 29, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  195. C.J. Conover. "Paul Krugman: Mythmaker Extraordinaire." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (April 9, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  196. C.J. Conover. "If Ray Kurzweil Lives Forever, Should Medicare Pay for His Health Care?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (April 15, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  197. C.J. Conover. "Should Obamacare Cover the Google Car as an Essential Health Benefit?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (April 26, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  198. C.J. Conover. "Needed: A Health System for Adults." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (April 30, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  199. C.J. Conover. "Does The Oregon Health Study Show That People Are Better Off With Only Catastrophic Coverage?." The Health Policy Skeptic (Forbes.com) (May 7, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  200. C.J. Conover. "Are U.S. Doctors Paid Too Much?." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (May 28, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  201. C.J. Conover. "Why Conservatives Shouldn't Cheer The Cadillac Tax (And Neither Should Anyone Else)." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (June 5, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  202. C.J. Conover. "Declaring Obesity a Disease: the Good, the Bad, the Ugly." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (June 28, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  203. C.J. Conover. "Obamacare Employer Mandate Delayed One Year. Why Not The Whole Law?." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (July 3, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  204. C.J. Conover. "News Flash: 46% Of Working Uninsured Are In Large Firms Subject To Employer Mandate." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (July 5, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  205. C.J. Conover. "The Devastating Obamacare Tax On Low Income Workers At Large Firms." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (July 17, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  206. C.J. Conover. "Who Can Deny It? Obamacare Is Accelerating U.S. Towards A Part-Time Nation." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (July 31, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  207. C.J. Conover. "The Dishonor System A user’s guide to committing fraud on the Obama­care exchanges." The Weekly Standard 18.44 (August 5, 2013). [html]
  208. C.J. Conover. "The Dishonor System: A User's Guide To Committing Fraud On The Obama­care Exchanges." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (August 5, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  209. C.J. Conover. "Secretary Sebelius, Obamacare Has Become A Massive 'Bait and Switch'." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (August 15, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  210. C.J. Conover. "No, Obamacare Is Not A Good Deal For Young People In The Long Run, Not Even Close." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (August 23, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  211. C.J. Conover. "Seriously? The Republicans Have No Health Plan?." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (August 28, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  212. C.J. Conover. "Will The Courts Derail Obamacare?." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (September 13, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  213. C.J. Conover. "Freedom Slides As Health Care Balloons Big Government (And Obamacare Will Make Things Worse)." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (September 18, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  214. C.J. Conover. "Obamacare Will Increase Health Spending By $7,450 For A Typical Family of Four." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (September 23, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  215. C.J. Conover. "Health Reform Breaks Bad: The deceptions and disasters of Obamacare." The Weekly Standard 19.7 (October 21, 2013). [available here]
  216. C.J. Conover. "Health Reform Breaks Bad: The Deceptions And Disasters Of Obamacare." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (October 21, 2013). Editorial [available here]
  217. C.J. Conover. "No, David Axelrod, The 'Vast Majority of People In This Country' Are Not Keeping Their Plan." The Apothecary (Forbes.com) (October 30, 2013). Editorial [available here]

Cook, Philip J.

  1. PJ Cook. "A 'One Line' Proof of the Slutsky Equation." The American Economic Review (March, 1972): 139. [online]  [abs]
  2. PJ Cook and Robert H Frank. "The Effect of Unemployment Dispersion on the Rate of Wage Inflation." Journal of Monetary Economics 1 (1975): 241-249.
  3. PJ Cook. "The Correctional Carrot: The Prospect of Reducing Recidivism through Improved Job Opportunities." Policy Analysis (January, 1975): 11-54.  [abs]
  4.  Valuing Lives. Law and Contemporary Problems. Edited by P.J. Cook.40.4 Autumn 1976. [online]
  5. PJ Cook. "A Strategic Choice Analysis of Robbery." Sample Surveys of the Victims of Crimes. Ed. Wesley Skogan Ballinger, 1976: 173-187.
  6. PJ Cook and D Graham. "The Demand for Insurance and Protection: The Case of Irreplaceable Commodities." Quarterly Journal of Economics (February, 1977): 143-156. (Reprinted in Georges Dionne and Scott Harrington (eds.) Foundations of Insurance Economics Kluwer Academic Press, 1991) [online]  [abs]
  7.  Criminal Process in the Seventies. Law and Contemporary Problems. Edited by AK Pye and PJ Cook.41.1 Winter, 1977.
  8. PJ Cook. "Punishment and Crime: A Critique of Recent Findings on the Preventive Effects of Punishment." Law and Contemporary Problems (Winter, 1977): 164-204. (and in Ralph Andreano and John Siegfried, eds. The Economics of Crime, John Wiley, 1980, 137-180) [online]
  9. PJ Cook. "Causal Linkages between Gun Control Ordinances and Crime: A Conceptualization and Review of the Literature." Hearings on the Treasury Department's proposed fun regulations before the Subcommittee on Crime, Commitee on the Judiciacy, U.S. House of Representatives, 95th Congress, 2nd Session, Appendix 4. (May 4 and 18, 1978).
  10. PJ Cook. "Discussion" (on Martin Bailey's paper on Safety Decisions and Insurance)." American Economics Association Papers and Proceedings (May, 1978): 300.
  11. PJ Cook. "The Value of Human Life in the Demand for Safety: Comment." The American Economic Review (September, 1978): 710-711. [online]  [abs]
  12. PJ Cook. "The Clearance Rate as a Measure of Criminal Justice System Effectiveness." Journal of Public Economics 11 (1979): 135-142. (and in Egon Bittner and Sheldon L. Messinger, eds. Criminology Review Yearbook, Volume 2, Sage Publications, 1980)  [abs]
  13. PJ Cook. "The Effect of Gun Availability on Robbery and Robbery Murder: A Cross-Section Study of Fifty Cities." Policy Studies Review Annual 3 (1979): 743-781. (Also published in Hearings: see above)
  14. PJ Cook and D Nagin. Does the Weapon Matter? An Evaluation of a Weapon - Emphasis Policy in the Prosecution of Violent Offenders. Institute of Law and Social Research, Washington, DC, 1979.
  15. PJ Cook. "Research in Criminal Deterrence: Laying the Groundwork for the Second Decade." Crime and Justice: Ann Annual Review of Research 2 (1980): 211-268.  [abs]
  16. PJ Cook. "The Implications of Deterrence and Incapacitation Research for Policy Evaluation." An Anatomy of Criminal Justice. Ed. Cleon Foust and Robert Webster D.C. Health, Lexington, 1980: 55-77.
  17. PJ Cook. "Reducing Injury and Death Rates in Robbery." Policy Analysis 6.1 (Winter, 1980): 21-45.  [abs]
  18. PJ Cook. "The Effect of Liquor Taxes on Drinking, Cirrhosis, and Auto Fatalities."  Ed. Mark Moore and Dean Gerstein National Academy of Sciences, 1981: 255-285. and in Richard Zeckhauser and Derek Leebaert, eds. What Role for Government? Duke University Press, 1983, 203-220; [online]
  19. PJ Cook. Making Handguns Harder to Hide.  The Christian Science Monitor (May 29, 1981).
  20. PJ Cook and J Blose. "State Programs for Screening Handgun Buyers." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (May, 1981): 80-91. (Reprinted in M. Gittell, ed. State Politics and the New Federalism (NY: Longman, 1986)  [abs]
  21.  Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Edited by PJ Cook. Issue entitled "Gun Control"  May, 1981.
  22. PJ Cook. "The Effect of Gun Availability on Violent Crime Patterns." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. May, 1981 and in Federal Regulation of Firearms (A Report prepared by Congressional Research Service for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee) USGPO, May 1982; and in Neil Alan Weiner, Margaret A. Zahn and Rita J. Sagi, eds., Violence: Patterns, Causes, Public Policy (San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990  [abs]
  23. PJ Cook and K Hawley. "North Carolin's Pistol Permit Law: An Evaluation." Popular Government. May, 1981: 1-6.  [abs]
  24. PJ Cook. "Guns and Crime: the Power of Long Division." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (Fall, 1981): 120-125. [online]  [abs]
  25. PJ Cook. "The 'Saturday Night Special': An Assessment of Alternative Definitions from a Policy Perspective." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 72.4 (Winter, 1981): 1735-1745. [online]
  26. PJ Cook and G Tauchen. "The Effect of Liquor Taxes on Heavy Drinking." Bell Journal of Economics (Autumn 1982): 379-390. [online]  [abs]
  27. PJ Cook. "The Role of Firearms in Violent Crime." Criminal Violence. Ed. Marvin E. Wolfgang and Neil A. Weiner Sage Publications, 1982: 236-289.
  28. PJ Cook. "Alcohol Taxes as a Public Health Measure." British Journal of Addiction (September, 1982): 245-250. (and in Marcus Grant, Martin Plant, and Alan Williams, eds. Economics and Alcohol, Croom Helm Ltd. 1983) [online]  [abs]
  29. P.J. Cook. "The Influence of Gun Availability on Violent Crime Patterns." Crme and Justice: An Annual Review of Research 4 (1983): 49-90.
  30. PJ Cook. "Costs of Crime." Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice. Ed. Sanford H. Kadish Macmillan Publishing Company, 1983
  31. PJ Cook. Robbery in the United States. National Institute of Justice, September, 1983.
  32. PJ Cook. "Increasing the Federal Alcohol Excise Tax." Toward the Prevention of Alcohol Problems: Government, Business, and Community Action. Ed. Dean Gerstein National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 1984: 24-32.
  33. PJ Cook. "The Economics of Alcohol Consumption and Abuse." Alcoholism and Related Problems: Issues for the American Public. Ed. Louis Jolyon West Prentice-Hall, 1984: 56-77.
  34. PJ Cook and G Tauchen. "The Effect of Minimum Drinking Age Legislation on Youthful Auto Fatalities, 1970-77." Journal of Legal Studies 13 (January, 1984): 169-190. [online]
  35. PJ Cook. "The Use of Criminal Statutes to Regulate Product Safety: Comment on Wheeler." Journal of Legal Studies (August, 1984): 619-622. [online]
  36. PJ Cook and G Zarkin. "Crime and the Business Cycle." Journal of Legal Studies (January, 1985). [online]
  37. JQ Wilson and PJ Cook. "Unemployment and Crime--What is the Connection?." The Public Interest 79 (Spring, 1985): 3-8.
  38. PJ Cook. "The Case of the Missing Victims: Gunshot Woundings in the National Crime Survey." Journal of Quantitative Criminology (March, 1985): 91-102.  [abs]
  39. PJ Cook and JW Vaupel. "What Policy Analysts Do: Three Research Styles." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 4.3 (Spring, 1985): 427-8. [online]  [abs]
  40. PJ Cook. "Is Robbery Becoming More Violent? An Analysis of Robbery Murder Trends Since 1968." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 76.2 (Summer, 1985): 480-489. [online]
  41. PJ Cook. "The Demand and Supply of Criminal Opportunities." Crime and Justice: An Annual Review of Research 7 (1986): 1-28.  [abs]
  42. PJ Cook. "Criminal Incapacitation Effects Considered in a Adaptive Choice Framework." The Reasoning Criminal. Ed. Derek Cornish and Ron Clarke New York: Springer-Verlag, 1986: 202-216.  [abs]
  43. PJ Cook and G Zarkin. "Homicide and Economic Conditions." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 2.1 (March, 1986).  [abs]
  44. PJ Cook. "The Relationship Between Victime Resistance and Injury in Noncommercial Robbery." Journal of Legal Studies XV.1 (June, 1986): 405-416. [online]
  45. PJ Cook and JH Laub. "The (Surprising) Stability of Youth Crime Rates." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 2.3 (September, 1986): 265-278.  [abs]
  46. PJ Cook. "The Impact of Distilled Spirits Taxes on Consumption, Auto Fatalities and Cirrhosis Mortality." Control Issues in Alcohol Abuse Prevention: Strategies for States and Communities. Ed. Harold D. Holder, Advances in Substance Abuse, Suppl. 1 Jai Press, Greenwich, CT, 1987: 159-167.
  47. PJ Cook. "The Economics of Criminal Sanctions." Sanctions and Rewards in the Legal System. Ed. Martin L. Friedland University of Toronto Press, 1987  [abs]
  48. PJ Cook and JH Laub. "Trends in Child Abuse and Juvenile Delinquency." From Children to Citizens: The Role of the Juvenile Court. Ed. Francis X. Hartman Springer-Verlag, New York, 1987: 109-127.  [abs]
  49. PJ Cook. "Notes on an Accounting Scheme for the Juvenile Correctional System." From Children to Citizens: The Role of the Juvenile Court. Ed. Francis X. Hartman Springer-Verlag, New York, 1987: 362-370.
  50. PJ Cook. "Robbery Violence."  1987: 357-376. [online]
  51. PJ Cook with Charles T Clotfelter. OpEd. Piece.  New York Times (August 20, 1987).
  52. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. "Implicit Taxation in Lottery Finance." National Tax Journal (December, 1987). [online]  [abs]
  53. PJ Cook. "Comment." Preventing Automobile Injury: New Findings for Evaluation Research. Ed. John D. Graham Dover, MA: Auburn House Publishing Company, 1988: 181-183.
  54. PJ Cook. "Increasing the Federal Excise Taxes on Alcoholic Beverages." Journal of Health Economics 7.1 (March, 1988): 89-91.
  55.  Vice. Law and Contemporary Problems. Edited by PJ Cook.  Winter, 1988. [online]
  56. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. Selling Hope: State Lotteries in America. Harvard University Press, 1989.
  57. PJ Cook with Charles T Clotfelter. OpEd. Piece.  The Atlanta Constitution (February 12, 1989).
  58. DC Chapman, PJ Cook et al.. "The Cultural Dimensions of Alcohol Policy Worldwide." Health Affairs (Summer, 1989): 48-62.
  59. PJ Cook with Charles T Clotfelter. OpEd. Pieces.  The News and Observer (Raleigh) (May 27, 1990).
  60. PJ Cook with Charles T Clotfelter. OpEd. Pieces.  Newsday (July 24, 1990).
  61. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. "On the Economics of State Lotteries." Journal of Economic Perspectives (Fall, 1990): 105-120. (Reprinted (in shorter version) in The Conference Board Economic Times 2(4), April 1991. Reprinted (in revised version) in Samuel H. Baker and Catherine s. Elliott, eds. Readings in Public Finance 2nd ed., Cincinnati: South-Western College Publishers, 1997, 457-472) [online]  [abs]
  62. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. "Redefining 'Success' in the State Lottery Business." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 9.1 (Winter, 1990): 99-104. [online]  [abs]
  63. PJ Cook. "The Social Costs of Drinking." The Expert Meeting on the Negative Social Consequences of Alcohol Abuse (1991).  [abs]
  64. PJ Cook. "The Technology of Personal Violence." Crime and Justice: An Annual Review of Research 14 (1991). (Reprinted (in part) in Lee Nisbet (ed.) The Gun Control Debate: You Decide 2nd ed. (Chicago: Prometheus Books, 2001)  [abs]
  65. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. "What Kind of Lottery for North Carolina?." Popular Government 56.4 (Spring, 1991): 25-29.  [abs]
  66. PJ Cook with Charles T Clotfelter. OpEd. Pieces.  San Diego Union (April, 1991).
  67. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. "Lotteries in the Real World." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 4.3 (July, 1991): 227-232. [online]  [abs]
  68. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. "Lotteries." The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance. Ed. Peter Newman, Murray Milgate, and John Eatwell Macmillan Press, London, 1992
  69. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "Violence Reduction through Restrictions on Alcohol Availability." Alcohol Health & Research World 17.2 (1993): 151-156. [online]  [abs]
  70. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "Drinking and Schooling." Journal of Health Economics 12 (1993): 411-429.  [abs]
  71. PJ Cook. "Notes on the Availability and Prevalence of Firearms." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 9.3,supp (1993).  [abs]
  72. PJ Cook and D Slawson. The Costs of Processing Murder Cases in North Carolina. Administrative Office of the Courts, Raleigh, NC, 1993.
  73. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "Taxation of Alcoholic Beverages." Economic Research on the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems. Ed. M. Hilton and G. Bloss NIAAA, NIH Publication No. 93-3513, 1993: 33-58.  [abs]
  74. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "Economic Perspectives on Reducing Alcohol-Related Violence." Alcohol and Interpersonal Viiolence: Fostering Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Ed. Susan E. Martin NIH Publication No. 93-3496, 1993: 193-212.
  75. PJ Cook and RH Frank. "The Growing Concentration of Top Students at Elite Schools." Studies of Supply and Demand in Higher Education. Ed. Charles T. Clotfelter and Michael Rothschild Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993
  76. PJ Cook and CT Clotfelter. "The Peculiar Scale of Economics of Lotto." American Economic Review (June, 1993): 634-643. [online]  [abs]
  77. CT Clotfelter and PJ Cook. "The Gambler's Fallacy in Lottery Play." Management Science (December, 1993). [online]  [abs]
  78. PJ Cook. "Comment." Brookings Papers on Economic Activity: Microeconomics (1994): 162-166.
  79. "Recommendations Concerning Administration and Rate Structure for Excise Taxation in Romania." Distributed by Tax Advisory Program, US Treasury Department. (August, 1994).
  80. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "This Tax's for You." National Tax Journal (September, 1994): 559-573. [online]  [abs]
  81. RH Frank and PJ Cook. The Winner-Take-All Society. New York: The Free Press, 1995. (Named a "Notable Book of the Year, 1995" by the New York Times Book Review; named one o the ten Best Business Books of 1995 by Business Week; given The Critics' Choice Award 1995-96 by the San Francisco Review of Books. Paperback edition (Penguin Books, 1996). Named "One of Ten best books of the year, 1996" by The China Times. Portuguese, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese editions)
  82. PJ Cook and O-J Skog. "Alcool, alcoolisme, alcoolisation" by S. Ledermann." Alcohol Health & Research World 19.1 (1995): 30-32. [online]  [abs]
  83. PJ Cook, S Molliconi, and T Cole. "Regulating Gun Markets." Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 86.1 (1995): 59-92. [online]  [abs]
  84. PJ Cook and MH Moore. "Gun Control." Crime. Ed. James Q. Wilson and Joan Petersilia San Francisco: ICS Press, 1995: 267-294.
  85. PJ Cook and Robert Frank. USA Today.  October 9, 1995
  86. PJ Cook with Robert Frank. Washington Post.  November 12, 1995
  87. PJ Cook and Robert Frank. "Washington Monthly." (December, 1995).
  88. KE Warner, PJ Cook, et al.. "Criteria for Determining an Optimal Cigarette Tax: the Economists' Perspective." Tobacco Control 4.4 (Winter, 1995): 380-86.  [abs]
  89. PJ Cook and Robert Frank. "Chronicle of Higher Education." (January 5, 1996).
  90. PJ Cook and T Cole. "Editorial: Strategic Thinking About Gun Markets and Violence." Journal of the American Medical Association 275.22 (June 12, 1996): 1765-7.
  91. PJ Cook. "Social Costs of Alcohol, Tobacco and Drug Abuse" and "Tax Laws, Alcohol." The Encyclopedia of Drugs and Alcohol. Ed. J.H. Jaffe New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1996
  92.  Kids, Guns and Public Policy. Law & Contemporary Problems. Edited by P.J. Cook.59.1 Winter, 1996.
  93. "Kids, Guns, and Public Policy." Law and Contemporary Problems 59.1 (Winter, 1996). [online]
  94. PJ Cook and J Leitzel. "Perversity, Futility, Jeopardy: An Economic Analysis of the Attack on Gun Control." Law and Contemporary Problems 59.1 (Winter, 1996): 91-118. [online]
  95. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. Guns in America: Results of a Comprehensive National Survey on Firearms Ownership and Use. Washington, D.C.: The Police Foundation, 1997.  [abs]
  96. PJ Cook and RH Frank. "The Economic Payoff of Attending an Ivy-League Institution." Critical White Studies: Looking Behind the Mirror. Ed. Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic Temple University Press, 1997
  97. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Weighing the Burden of 'Acting White': Are there Race Differences in Attitudes Towards Education?." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 16.2 (Spring, 1997): 256-278. (Winner of the Vernon Prize for best paper in Volume 16) [online]  [abs]
  98. PJ Cook, J Ludwig, and D Hemenway. "The Gun Debate's New Mythical Number: How Many Defensive Uses Per Year." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 16.3 (Summer, 1997): 463-9. [online]  [abs]
  99. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Defensive Gun Uses: New Evidence from a National Survey." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 14.2 (1998): 111-131. [online]  [abs]
  100. SP Teret, DW Webster, JS Vernick, TW Smith, D Leff, GJ Wintemute, PJ Cook, DF Hawkins, AL Kellermann, SB Sorenson, and S DeFrancesco. "Support for New Policies to Regulate Firearms: Results of two national surveys." New England Journal of Medicine 339 (September 17, 1998): 813-818.  [abs]
  101. PJ Cook. "The Unprecedented Epidemic in Youth Violence." Youth Violence. Ed. Michael Tonry and Mark H. Moore University of Chicago Press, 1998: 101-138.
  102. PJ Cook. "The Epidemic of Youth Gun Violence." Perspectives on Crime and Violence: 1997-1998 Lecture Series. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 1998: 107-125.  [abs]
  103. P.J. Cook and J Leitzel. "Gun Control." New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and Law. 1998
  104. PJ Cook and MH Moore. "Guns, Gun Control, and Homicide: A Review of Research and Public Policy." Homicide: A Sourcebook of Social Research. Sage Publications, 1998: 277-296. Also in M. Dwayne Smith and Margaret A. Zahn, eds., Studying and Preventing Homicide: Issues and Challenges, Sage Publications, 1998, 246-273
  105. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "The Burden of 'Acting White': Do Black Adolescents Disparage Academic Achievement." The Black-White Test Score Gap. Ed. Christopher Jencks and Meredith Phillips Brookings Institution Press, Washington DC, 1998: 375-400.
  106. J Ludwig, PJ Cook, and TW Smith. "The Gender Gap in Reporting Household Gun Ownership." American Journal of Public Health 88.11 (November, 1998): 1715-1718. [online]  [abs]
  107. PJ Cook. "State Lotteries at the Turn of the Century: Report to the National Gambling Impact Study Commission." (June 1, 1999).  [abs]
  108. PJ Cook, A. Parnell, MJ Moore, D Pagnini. "The Effects of Short-Term Variation in Abortion Funding on Pregnancy Outcomes." Journal of Health Economics 18.2 (1999): 241-258.  [abs]
  109. PJ Cook, B Lawrence, J Ludwig, and T Miller. "The Medical Costs of Gunshot Wounds." Journal of the American Medical Association 282.5 (1999): 447-454.
  110. PJ Cook, A Parnell, MJ Moore, and D Pagnini. "The Effects of Short-Term Variation in Abortion Funding on Pregnancy Outcomes." Journal of Health Economics 18.2 (1999): 241-258.  [abs]
  111. PJ Cook, B Lawrence, J Ludwig, and T Miller. "The Medical Costs of Gunshot Wounds." Journal of the American Medical Association 282.5 (August 4, 1999): 447-454.
  112. AL Kellermann and PJ Cook. "Armed and Dangerous: Guns in American Homes." Lethal Imagination: Violence and Brutality in American History. Ed. MA Bellesiles New York University Press, 1999: 425-440.
  113. PJ Cook with Charles T Clotfelter. OpEd. Pieces.  The News & Observer (Raleigh) (February 14, 1999).
  114. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. Gun Violence: The Real Costs. Oxford University Press, 2000.
  115. J Ludwig and PJ Cook. "Homicide and Suicide Rates Associated with Implementation of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act." Journal of the American Medical Association 284.5 (August 2, 2000): 585-591.
  116. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "Alcohol." Handbook of Health Economics. Ed. AJ Culyer and JP Newhouse New York: North-Holland, 2000: 1629-1673.
  117. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. Has the Brady Act Been Successful?.  The Charlotte Observer (August 15, 2000).
  118. PJ Cook. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Heroin Maintenance Treatment.  Addiction 96 (2001): 1071-1072.
  119. J Ludwig and PJ Cook. "The Benefits of Reducing Gun Violence: Evidence from Contingent-Valuation Survey Data." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 22.3 (2001): 207-226.
  120. PJ Cook and A Braga. "Comprehensive Firearms Tracing: Strategic and Investigative Uses of New Data on Firearms Markets." Arizona Law Review (2001).
  121. PJ Cook and A Braga. "Comprehensive Firearms Tracing: Strategic and Investigative Uses of New Data on Firearms Markets." Arizona Law Review 43.2 (2001): 277-309. (Reprinted with minor changes as "New Law Enforcement Uses for Comprehensive Firearms Trace Data" in BE Harcourt (ed.) Guns, Crime, and Punishment New York: NYU Press, 2003: 163-187)
  122. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "Environment and Persistence in Youthful Drinking Patterns." Risky Behavior Among Youths: An Economic Analysis. Ed. J. Gruber Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001: 375-437.
  123. PJ Cook. "Forward." Costs and Benefits of Preventing Crime. Ed. BC Welsh, DP Farrington, and LW Sherman Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2001
  124. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. Protecting the Public in Presidential Style.  News & Observer (June 10, 2001).
  125. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. Toward Smarter Gun Laws.  The Christian Science Monitor (February 6, 2001).
  126. PJ Cook. What Price Fame? by Tyler Cowen.  Journal of Economic Literature (September, 2001): 933-935.
  127. PJ Cook. Drug War Heresues by Robert J. MacCoun and Peter Reuter.  Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 21.2 (Spring 2002): 303-306.
  128. PJ Cook and MJ Moore. "The Economics of Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol-Control Policies." Health Affairs 21.2 (March/April 2002): 120-133.  [abs]
  129. PJ Cook and JA Leitzel. "Smart Guns: A Technological Fix for Regulating the Secondary Gun Market." Contemporary Economic Problems 20.1 (January 2002): 38-49.
  130. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "The Costs of Gun Violence Against Children." The Future of Children 12.2 (Summer/Fall 2002): 87-99.  [abs]
  131. AA Braga, PJ Cook, DM Kennedy, and MH Moore. "The Illegal Supply of Firearms." Crime and Justice: A Review of Research (2002): 229-262.  [abs]
  132. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Litigation as Regulation: Firearms." Regulation Through Litigation. Ed. WK Viscusi Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2002
  133. PJ Cook and JH Laub. "After the Epidemic: Recent Trends in Youth Violence in the United States." Crime and Justice: A Review of Research. Ed. Michael Tonry Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2002: 117-153.  [abs]
  134. PJ Cook, MH Moore, and A Braga. "Gun Control." Crime: Public Policies For Crime Control. Ed. James Q. Wilson and Joan Petersilia ICS Press, Oakland CA, 2002: 291-329.
  135. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. What did the sniper case teach us? Lessons in Gun Control.  New and Observer (November 3, 2002): 25A.
  136. PJ Cook. ""Comment" on "Catching Cheating Teachers"." Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs 2003. Ed. William G. Gale and Janet Rothenberg Pack Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2003: 210-215.
  137.  Evaluating Gun Violence. Edited by J Ludwig and PJ Cook. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2003.
  138. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "The Effects of Gun Prevalance on Burglary: Deterrence vs Inducement." Evaluating Gun Policy. Ed. J Ludwig and PJ Cook Brookings Institution Press, 2003: 74-118.
  139. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Pragmatic Gun Policy." Evaluating Gun Policy. Ed. J Ludwig and PJ Cook Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2003: 1-37.
  140. PJ Cook, J Ludwig. "The Effects of the Brady Act on Gun Violence." Guns, Crime and Punishment in America. Ed. B.E. Harcourt NYU Press, 2003: 283-298.
  141. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Fact-Free Gun Policy." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 151.4 (April, 2003): 1329-1340.
  142. PJ Cook. "Meeting the Demand for Expert Advice on Drug Policy." Criminology and Public Policy 2.3 (July, 2003): 565-570. [online]  [abs]
  143. PJ Cook. "Pricing and Taxation of Alcohol: What is the 'Right' Tax Rate? Comment on Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity." Addiction 98.10 (October, 2003): 1356-7.
  144. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Does Gun Prevalence Affect Teen Gun Carrying After All?." Criminology 42.1 (February, 2004): 27-54.
  145. D Azrael, PJ Cook, M Miller. "State and Local Prevalence of Firearms Ownership: Measurement, Structure and Trends." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 20.1 (March, 2004): 43-62.
  146. PJ Cook. "Youths' involvement with guns: Motivation vs. availability." Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine (July, 2004): 705.
  147. PJ Cook. Can Gun Control Work? by James Jacobs.  Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 23.1 (Fall, 2004): 198-201.
  148. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Principles for effective gun policy." Fordham Law Review 73.2 (November, 2004): 589-613.  [abs]
  149. PJ Cook, J Ludwig, and A Braga. "Criminal Records of Homicide Offenders." Journal of the American Medical Association 294.5 (August 3, 2005): 598-601.
  150. PJ Cook and N Khmilevska. "Cross-National Patterns in Crime Rates." Crime and Punishment in Western Countries, 1980-1999. Ed. Michael Tonry and David P. Farrington Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005: 331-345.
  151. PJ Cook, J Ostermann, and FA Sloan. "The Net Effect of an Alcohol Tax Increase on." American Economic Review 95.2 (May, 2005): 278-281. [online]  [abs]
  152. GJ Wintemute, PJ Cook, and M Wright. "Risk Factors among Handgun Retailers for Frequent and Disproportionate Sales of Guns Used in Violent and Firearm-Related Crimes." Injury Prevention (December, 2005): 357-363.
  153. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "Assigning Youths to Minimize Total Harm." Deviant Peer Influences in Programs for Youth. Ed. K.A. Dodge, T. J. Dishion and J. Lansford The Guilford Press, 2006: 67-89.
  154. P.J. Cook. "Symposium on Deterrence: Editorial Introduction." (2006).
  155. PJ Cook and J Ludwig. "The Social Costs of Gun Ownership." Journal of Public Economics 90.1-2 (January, 2006): 379-391.
  156. PJ Cook and SB Sorenson. "The Gender Gap Among Teen Survey Respondents: Why are Boys more Likely to Report a Gun in the Home than Girls?." Journal of Quantitative Criminology (March, 2006).
  157. P.J. Cook and Jens Ludwig. "Aiming for evidence-based gun policy." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 25.3 (Summer, 2006): 691-735.
  158. P.J. Cook. Paying the Tab: The Economics of Alcohol Policy. Princeton University Press, 2007.
  159. R.H. Frank and P.J. Cook. "The Winner-Take-All Society." The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Ed. William A. Darity Jr. 2ndGale, 2007
  160. P.J. Cook and R. Hutchinson. "Smoke signals: Adolescent smoking and school continuation." Advances in Austrian Economics 10 (2007): 157-188.
  161. P.J. Cook. "Use and control of firearms." Encyclopedia of Law & Society. Ed. David S. Clark Sage Publications Inc., 2007
  162. C.T. Clotfelter and P.J. Cook. OpEd.  News & Observer (March 1, 2007).
  163. P.J. Cook. The Demand for Alcohol, Tobacco, and Marijuana: International Evidence by S. Selvanathan and E.A. Selvanathan.  Addiction 102.5 (May, 2007): 830.
  164. P.J. Cook and P. Reuter. "When is alcohol just another drug?." Addiction 98.10 (June, 2007): 1182-88.
  165. P.J. Cook, special editor. "Symposium on deterrence: editorial introduction." Criminology & Public Policy 5.3 (August, 2007): 413-416.
  166. P.J. Cook, J. Ludwig, S.A. Venkatesh, and A.A. Braga. "Underground gun markets." Economic Journal 117 (November, 2007).
  167. R MacCoun, PJ Cook, C Muschkin, and J Vigdor. "Distinguishing Spurious and Real Peer Effects: Evidence from Artificial Societies, Small-Group Experiments, and Real Schoolyards." Review of Law and Economics (2008).
  168. C. Carpenter and P.J. Cook. "Cigarette taxes and youth smoking: New evidence from national, state, and local Youth Risk Behavior Surveys." Journal of Health Economics 27 (2008): 287-299.  [abs]
  169. P.J. Cook. "Acting white." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Ed. William A. Darity Jr. 2nd2008
  170. P.J. Cook. "A Free Lunch." Journal of Drug Policy Analysis 1.1 (2008).
  171. S.B. Sorenson and P.J. Cook. ""We've got a gun?": Comparing reports of adolescents and their parents about household firearms." Journal of Community Psychology 36.1 (January, 2008): 1-19.
  172. P.J. Cook, R MacCoun, C Muschkin, and J Vigdor. "The negative impacts of starting middle school in sixth grade." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 27.1 (Winter, 2008).
  173. P.J. Cook, W. Cukier, and K. Krause. "The Illicit Firearms Trade in North America." Criminology & Criminal Justice 9.3 (2009): 265-286.
  174. P.J. Cook. "Crime." Making Cities Work: Prospects and Policies for Urban America. Ed. Robert P. Inman Princeton University Press, 2009: 297-327.
  175. P.J. Cook. "Robbery." Handbook on Crime and Public Policy. Ed. Michael Tonry Oxford University Press, 2009
  176. P.J. Cook and J. Ludwig. "Firearm Violence." Handbook on Crime and Public Policy. Ed. Michael Tonry Oxford University Press, 2009
  177. C.T. Clotfelter and P.J. Cook. "Ends and Means in State Lotteries: The Importance of a Good Cause." Gambling: Mapping the American Moral Landscape. Ed. Alan Wolfe and Eric C. Owens Baylor University Press, 2009
  178. P.J. Cook. "Potential savings from abolition of the death penalty in North Carolina." American Law and Economics Review 10 (December 11, 2009): 1-32.  [abs]
  179. P.J. Cook. "Leave the minimum drinking age to the states." Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Policy. Ed. Natasha A. Frost, Joshua D. Freilich, and Todd R. Clear Wadsworth, 2009
  180. P.J. Cook, symposium editor. "Explaining the growth in the prison population." Criminology & Public Policy 8.1 (February, 2009).
  181. P.J. Cook. "Crime Control in the City: A Research-Based Briefing on Public and Private Measures." Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research 11.1 (March, 2009): 53-80.
  182. P.J. Cook, J. Ludwig, and A. Samaha. "Gun Control After Heller: Threats and Sideshows from a Social Welfare Perspective." UCLA Law Review 56.5 (June, 2009): 1041-1093.
  183. P.J. Cook. The Economics of Crime by Harold Winter.  Journal of Economic Literature (September, 2009).
  184. P.J. Cook, D. Gottfredson, and C. Na. "School crime control and prevention." Crime and Justice 39 (2010): 313-440.
  185. Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig, and Adam Samaha. "Gun control after Heller: Litigating against regulation." Regulation versus Litigation. Ed. Daniel Kessler University of Chicago Press, 2010: 103-135.
  186. P.J. Cook. "Comment on "What do economists know about crime?"." The Economics of Crime: Lessons for and from Latin America. Ed. R DiTella, S Edwards, & E Schargrodsky University of Chicago Press, 2010: 302-304.
  187. R.H. Frank and P.J. Cook. The Winner-Take-All Society. Virgin Books, 2010.  [author's comments]
  188. P.J. Cook and J. Ludwig. Five myths about gun control.  Washington Post (June 13, 2010). [html]
  189. P.J. Cook. "Property crimes - yes; violence - no: Comment on Lauritsen and Heimer." Criminology & Public Policy 9.4 (November, 2010).
  190. Cook, Philip J., Ludwig, Jens and McCrary, Justin. Controlling Crime: Strategies and Tradeoffs. Edited by P.J. Cook, J. Ludwig, and J. McCrary. University of Chicago Press, 2011. [html]
  191. E. H-W Kim and P.J. Cook. "The continuing importance of children in relieving elder poverty: evidence from Korea." Ageing and Society 31 (2011).
  192. P.J. Cook, A.A. Braga and MH Moore. "Gun Control." Crime and Public Policy. Ed. J.Q. Wilson and J. Petersilia Oxford University Press, 2011: 257-293.
  193. P.J. Cook and J. Ludwig. "Economical Crime Control." Controlling Crime: Strategies and Tradeoffs. Ed. P.J. Cook, J. Ludwig, and J. McCrary University of Chicago Press, 2011
  194. P.J. Cook and J. MacDonald. "The role of private action in controlling crime." Controlling Crime: Strategies and Tradeoffs. Ed. P.J. Cook, J. Ludwig, and J. McCrary University of Chicago Press, 2011
  195. P.J. Cook and Maeve Gearing. "The minimum drinking age: 21 as an artifact." College Student Drinking and Drug Use: Multiple Perspectives on a Complex Problem. Ed. Helene R. White & David L. Rabiner Guilford Press, 2011
  196. Frank J. Chaloupka, Phillip J. Cook, Richard M. Peck, John A. Tauras. "Enhancing compliance with tobacco control policies." After Tobacco: What Would Happen if Americans Stopped Smoking?. Ed. Peter Bearman, Kathryn Neckerman, and Leslie Wright Columbia University Press, 2011: 325-350.
  197. P.J. Cook and J. Ludwig. How to cut gun death toll.  CNN.com (January 12, 2011). [html]
  198. P.J. Cook. "Co-Production in deterring crime." Criminology & Public Policy 10.1 (February, 2011): 103-108.
  199. P.J. Cook and J. MacDonald. "Public safety through private action: An economic assessment of BIDs." The Economic Journal 121.552 (May, 2011): 445-462.
  200. P.J. Cook & J. Ludwig. "The Economist's guide to crime busting." The Wilson Quarterly (Winter, 2011): 62-66.
  201. P.J. Cook. "Post-Heller Strategies to reduce gun violence." Journal of Catholic Social Thought 8.1 (Winter, 2011): 93-110.
  202. P.J. Cook and J. Luwig. "More prisoners vs. more crime is the wrong question." Brookings Policy Brief .185 (December, 2011).
  203. P.J. Cook. "Commentary: Evidence from a high-income country." Addiction (2012).
  204. P.J. Cook. "The Impact of Drug Market Pulling Levers Policing on Neighborhood Violence An Evaluation of the High Point Drug Market Intervention." Criminology & Public Policy 11.2 (2012): 161-164.  [author's comments]
  205. P.J. Cook, M O'Brien, A.A. Braga, J. Ludwig. "Lessons from a partially controlled field trial." Journal of Experimental Criminology 8.3 (2012): 271-287.
  206. D. Gottfredson, P.J. Cook, and C. Na. "School-based crime prevention." The Oxford Handbook of Crime Prevention. Ed. Brandon C. Walsh and David P. Farrington Oxford University Press, 2012: 269-287.
  207. S. Bushway, P.J. Cook, and M. Phillips. "The overall effect of the business cycle on crime." German Economic Review 13.4 (2012): 436-446.
  208. P.J. Cook. "Alcohol Retail Privatization: A Commentary." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 42.4 (April, 2012): 430-432.
  209. P.J. Cook. "Q&A on Firearms Availability, Carrying, and Misuse." Government, Law and Policy Journal 14.1 New York State Bar Association. (Summer, 2012): 77-81.
  210. P.J. Cook. Gun Point.  Times of India - Education Times (December 24, 2012).
  211. P.J. Cook. Craig Whitney's Living With Guns.  New York Times (December 26, 2012).
  212. P.J. Cook. "Foreward." Experimental Criminology: Prospects for Advancing Science and Public Policy Cambridge University Press. (2013): ix-xi.
  213. P.J. Cook and J. Ludwig. "The limited impact of the Brady Act: evaluation and implications." Reducing Gun Violence in America. Ed. Daniel W. Webster and Jon S. Vernick JHU Press, 2013: 21-32.
  214. P.J. Cook and C.P. Durrance. "The virtuous tax: Lifesaving and crime-prevention effects of the 1991 federal alcohol-tax." Journal of Health Economics 32 (2013): 261-267.
  215. S. Bushway, P.J. Cook, M. Phillips. "The net effect of the business cycle on crime and violence." Economics and Youth Violence: Crime, Disadvantage, and Community. Ed. R. Rosenfeld, M. Edberg, X. Fang, C.S. Florence NYU Press, 2013: 23-52.
  216. PJ Cook, S Machin , O Marie and G Mastrobuoni (eds.). Lessons from the Economics of Crime: What Reduces Offending?. MIT Press, 2013.
  217. P.J. Cook. "The Great American Gun War: Notes from four decades in the trenches." Crime and Justice: A Review of Research 42 (2013): 19-73.
  218. PJ Cook, S Machin , O Marie and G Mastrobuoni,. "Crime Economics in its Fifth Decade." Lessons from the Economics of Crime: What Reduces Offending?. Ed. PJ Cook, S Machin , O Marie and G Mastrobuoni, MIT Press, 2013
  219. P.J. Cook. How we can reduce gun violence.  Chronicle of Higher Education (January 8, 2013). [available here]
  220. R.H. Frank and P.J. Cook. "Winner-take-all markets." Studies in Microeconomics 1.2 (December, 2013).
  221. P.J. Cook and K.A. Goss. The Gun Debate: What Everyone Needs to Know. Oxford University Press, 2014.
  222. P.J. Cook, D.C. Gottfredson, and C. Na. "School crime statistics." (forthcoming) Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Ed. G.J.N. Bruinsma and D.L. Weisburd Springer Science+Business Media, 2014

Cook, Thomas

  1. "International Development Evaluation." Symposium Issue of Evaluation Review (1989).
  2. T. Cook(co-author). "Cost-Effective Evaluation: Lessons from the United States Experience." Staff Working Paper  (1990).
  3. T. Cook(co-author). "Monitoring Program Performance: USAID/Egypt." Washington, D.C.: Center for Development Information and Evaluation, Agency for International Development. (1992).
  4. T. Cook(co-author). "Monitoring Program Performance: USAID/Indonesia." Washington, D.C.: Center for Development Information and Evaluation, Agency for International Development. (1992).
  5. T. Cook(co-author). "Evaluation of the Local Development II Program: Scope of Work." Cairo: Office of Local Administration and Development, USAID/Egypt. (1992).
  6. T. Cook (co-author). "Rural Economic Development: Learning From Success." Economic Development Review (1992).
  7. T. Cook (co-author). "Evaluating Community-Based Program Impacts." Journal of Health Education (April, 1992).
  8. T. Cook(co-author). "Developmental Impact of I.L. 480 Food Aid Programs: Assessment Design." Washington, D.C.: U.S. Agency for International Development, Office of Evaluation, Center for Development Information and Evaluation. (1993).
  9. T. Cook(co-author). "Monitoring Program Performance: USAID/Manila." Washington, D.C., Center for Development Information and Evaluation, U.S. Agency for International Development. (1993).
  10. T. Cook(co-author). "Monitoring Program Performance: USAID/Jordan." Washington, D.C.: Center for Development Information and Evaluation, Agency for International Development. (1993).
  11. T. Cook(co-author). "Monitoring Program Performance: USAID/Niger." Washington, D.C.: Center for Development Information and Evaluation, Agency for International Development. (1994).
  12. T. Cook(co-author). "Program Performance Measurement." USAID Managing for Results Working Paper No. 2  (1994).
  13. T. Cook(co-author). "China Project Evaluation." Los Angeles, Ca.: Getty Conservation Institute. (1995).
  14. T. Cook(co-author). "Performance Management: Lessons Learned for Development Management." World Development 23.8 (1995).
  15. T. Cook(co-author). "Design of a Monitoring and Evaluation Plan for Egypt's Environment Sector and USAID's Egyptian Environment Policy Program." I, II Cairo: Environment Division, USAID. (1997).
  16. T. Cook(co-author). "UNDP Decentralized Governance Evaluation Framework." (1997).
  17. T. Cook(co-author). "Assessment of a Baltic Democracy Endowment in Lithuania." USAID. (1997).
  18. T. Cook. "Governance and Democracy in the Republic of Moldova, Report of the Evaluation Mission." UNDP/Vilnius. (1997).
  19. T. Cook(co-author). "Evaluation of the Programme Approach." UNDP. (1999).
  20. T. Cook. "Design of Poverty Monitoring Strategy: Honduras." Chemonics International. (2000).
  21. T. Cook(co-author). "Evaluation of the USDOL Worker Adjustment Model (Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia)." Management Systems International. (2001-2002).
  22. T. Cook(co-author). "Social Assessment for Bulgaria." USAID. (2001).
  23. T. Cook. "Design of National Poverty Monitoring Strategy: Latvia." UNDP/Riga. (2001).
  24. T. Cook. "Evaluation of the DemNet Program, Development Associates International." (2002).

Cook-Deegan, Robert M.

  1. R.M. Cook-Deegan, J.H. Austin. "Precautions in familial transmissible dementia, including familial Alzheimer's Disease." Archives of Neurology 35 (1978): 697-698.
  2. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Narrow Gauge (Sounding Board)." New England Journal of Medicine 301 (1979): 500-501.
  3. R.M. Cook-Deegan, B.E. Ward, and J.H. Austin. "Studies in aging of the brain, IV: Familial Alzheimer Disease: its relation to transmissible dementia and microtubular defects." Neurology 29 (1979): 1402-1412.
  4. B.E. Ward, R. Cook, A. Robinson, and J.H. Austin. "Increased Aneuploidy in Alzheimer Disease." American Journal of Medical Genetics 3 (1979): 137-144.
  5. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Memory loss in Alzheimer disease." Annals of Neurology 5 (1979): 105-106.
  6. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Narrow Gauge (reply)." New England Journal of Medicine 302 (1980): 63-64.
  7. E. Erikson, R. Cook, G.J. Miller, R.L. Erikson. "The same normal cell protein is phosphorylated after transformation by avian sarcoma viruses with unrelated transforming genes." Molecular and Cellular Biology 1 (1981): 43-50.
  8. R.M. Cook-Deegan, S.A. Schneck, and D.B. Clark. "Twins with Alzheimer's Disease." Archives of Neurology 38 (1981): 300-301.
  9. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Letter: The researcher as a Congressional director." Trends in Biochemical Sciences 7 (1982): 434.
  10. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Letter: Medicine and Political Death." The PHAROS of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 45 (1982): 39.
  11. R.M. Cook-Deegan and J.H. Austin. "Implications of normal lymphocyte DNA content in familial Alzheimer disease." American Journal of Medical Genetics 15 (1983): 511-513.
  12. H.G. Tomasiewicz, R. Cook-Deegan, and D.M. Chikaraishi. "Isolation of a cDNA clone complementary to sequences for a 34-kilodalton protein which is a pp60v-src substrate." Molecular and Cellular Biology 4 (1984): 1935-1938.
  13. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Special Contributor. Author and coauthor of a few short chapter sections and background papers). "Commercial Biotechnology: An International Analysis." (January, 1984). Reprinted by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Durham, NC, and Pergamon Press, Elmwood, NY. Main staff writers: Nanette Newell, Susan Clymer, Geoffrey Karny, Thomas Bugbee, James A. Thomas, Louise Williams, and Raymond Zlinskas. Report available at http:www.wws.princeton.edu/~ota/
  14. Sisk JE, Cook-Deegan R, Dougherty D, Gelband H, Miike LH, Halpern S. "The use of immunosuppressive drugs in kidney transplantation." (March, 1984). Staff memorandum, Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress
  15. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Study director and principal author). "Impacts of Neuroscience." (March, 1984). Reports available at http://www.wws.princeton.edu/~ota/
  16. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Study director and principal author). "Human Gene Therapy." (December, 1984). Report available at http://www.wws.princeton.edu/~ota/
  17. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Alzheimer disease and other disorders causing dementia." Government Printing Office. (1985): 71-98. In testimony before the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the Committee on Science and Technology, US House of Representatives, August 30, 1984. Published in Committee Print Number 135 Alzheimer's Disease Research
  18. R.M. Cook-Deegan, editor and author. "Candle and Caduceus." Newsletter of the AIUSA Health Professional Networks 1.1 (Spring, 1985).
  19. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Senior analyst, with primary responsibility for sections on biomedical research, chronic disorders, and medications). "Technology and Aging in America." (June, 1985). Report available at http://www.wws.princeton.edu/~ota/
  20. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Senior Analyst). "Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress: Long-Term Social Consequences of Artificial Intelligence." Workshop transcript (July, 1985).
  21. R.M. Cook-Deegan and T Schwab Myers. "Office of Technology Assessment: Dying with Dignity: Difficult Times, Difficult Choices." Government Printing Office. (October, 1985): 14-17. Report of the Select Committee on Aging, US House of Representatives. Committee Publication Number 99-518
  22. R.M. Cook-Deegan, editor and author. "Candle and Caduceus." Newsletter of the AIUSA Health Professional Networks 1.2 (Fall, 1985).
  23. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Federal Support for Research on Dementia." Government Printing Office. (July 22, 1986): 95-125. Statement and replies to questions in a hearing before the Subcommittee on Aging, Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, US Congress. S Hrg 99-913
  24. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Care of the Patient with Dementia." (January 16-17, 1986). Paper presented to the California Task Force on Alzheimer's Disease, University of California at San Francisco
  25. R.M. Cook-Deegan, Juengst E, Wexler N, Baskin Y, Herskowitz L, Perlman D, Risser J. "Gene Therapy: Ethics and Policy." Human Gene Therapy, transcript of the Media Outreach Program Roundtable, Stanford University New York: Scientists' Institute for Public Information. (February 13, 1986).
  26. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Letter: The Medical Profession and the Prevention of Torture." New England Journal of Medicine 314 (1986): 587.
  27. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Dementia and Federal Policy." American Journal of Alzheimer's Care 1.2 (Spring, 1986): 5-6.
  28. R.M. Cook-Deegan, editor and author. "Candle and Caduceus." Newsletter of the AIUSA Health Professional Networks 2.1 (March, 1986).
  29. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Dealing with the Impact of Dementia." Business and Health (September, 1986): 26-28.
  30. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Public Policy and Dementia: Implications for New Product Development." Neurological Disorders: Recent Advances in Diagnostics and Drug Development. Yorktown Heights, NY: Communitech, November, 1986
  31. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Economic Implications of Gene Therapy and Gene Mapping." (December, 1986). Paper for the Office of Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris
  32. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Recent Progress on Services for Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias." Government Printing Office. (August 19, 1987): 28-36. Statement before the Subcommittee on Aging, Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, US Congress, S. Hrg. 10-321
  33. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "On Mapping the Human Genome." Clinical Chemistry 33 (1987): 349-351. (Excerpts of the proposal for an OTA assessment of mapping the human genome)
  34. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Finding a Voice for Bioethics in Public Policy: Federal Initiatives in the United States, 1974-1991." Chapter in Consensus Formation in Medicine and Health Care. Ed. HAMJ ten Have and HM Sass Kluwer Press, 1987: 107-140.
  35. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Epidemiology, in session of Alzheimer's disease." (January, 1987). Talk and paper for the Intensive Course in Geriatric Medicine sponsored by the American College of Physicians, UCLA Academic Geriatric Resource Center, and UCLA Multicampus Division of Geriatric Medicine and Psychiatric Disorders of Late Life sponsored by the UCLA Clinical Research Center for the Study of Psychopathology in the Elderly, UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA Department of Psychiatry, and American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, Los Angeles, CA: UCLA
  36. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Ethical Analysis and Public Policy."  March, 1987 Paper for the Ministry of Science and Technology, Federal Republic of Germany; translated into German as "Bioethische Bewertung Im Auftrage Der US- Bundesregierung," Heft 13, Zentrum fur Medizinische Ethik Bochum, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Postfach 102 148 D-4630 Bochum 1, Germany, January 1988
  37. R.M. Cook-Deegan (project director). "Losing a Million Minds: Confronting the Tragedy of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias." (April, 1987). Reprinted by JP Lippincott, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as Confronting Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias, 1988, and by Human Sciences Press, 1988 under its original title. Listing among 20 Federal reports in Godort "Notable Documents" for 1987, and one of 17 "Historic Documents, 1987" by Congressional Quarterly. (Project director and author of executive director and chapter 3. Other chapter authors: Katie Maslow, L. Val Giddings, Dana Gelb, Teresa Schwab Myers, David Chavkin, Mary Ann Baily, Catherine Hawes, and Nancy Mace. Report available at http://www.wws.princeton.edu/~ota/
  38. R.M. Cook-Deegan, co-editor. "Candle and Caduceus." Newsletter of the Amnesty International USA Health Professional Network 3.1 (May, 1987).
  39. R.M. Cook-Deegan and P.J. Whitehouse. "Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias: The Looming Crisis." Issues in Science and Technology 3 (Summer, 1987): 52-63.
  40. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Coordination of Genome Projects." (1988): 77-89. testimony and comments before the Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research and Environment and the Subcommittee on Science, Research and Technology of the Committee on Science, Space and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, July 14, 1988. Printed for the Committee as H.R. 4502 and S. 1966, The Biotechnology Competitiveness Act, Committee Print No. 138. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1988
  41. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Genome Projects: Issues Before Congress, testimony and statement before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations." (April 27, 1988). Printed in OTA Report on the Human Genome Project: Serial No. 100-123, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, U.S. Congress. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1988. 17-26, 29-36
  42. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Physician and Technological Change." The Physician as Captain of the Ship. Ed. NMP King, LR Churchill, and AW Cross Boston: D Reidel, 1988: 125-158. Presented at a symposium "The Physician as Captain of the Ship: A Critical Reappraisal," at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, April 17-19, 1986
  43. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Bioethik und Politik." Bioethik in de USA. Ed. HM Sass Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1988: 141-168. Translated by HM Sass and others at Zentrum fur Medizinische Ethik Bochum, Ruhr- Universitat, Bochum, Germany
  44. Schaller JM and Cook-Deegan R. "Panama 1987: Health Consequences of Police and Military Actions." Physicians for Human Rights, Somerville, MA (April, 1988).
  45. R.M. Cook-Deegan (project director). "Mapping Our Genes - Genome Projects: How Big? How Fast?." (April, 1988). Reprinted by The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, 1988; and Human Sciences Press, New York, 1988. Received Notable Documents of 1988 Award. National Library Association, 1989. (Author of executive summary and several chapters. Overall project director. Other staff authors: Patricia Hoben, Gladys White, Jacqueline Courteau, and David Guston. Report available at: http://www.wws.princeton.edu/~ota/
  46. R.M. Cook-Deegan, editor and author. "Candle and Caduceus." Newsletter of the Amnesty International USA Professionals' Network 4.1 (June, 1988).
  47. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Review of Biotechnology and the Human Genome. ed. Woodhead and Barnhart. Bioscience 39 (1989): 402-403.
  48. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Review of Invisible Frontiers by Stephen Hall and Natural Obsessions by Natalie Angier.  Journal of the American Medical Association 261 (February 3, 1989): 773-773.
  49. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Poison Gas Attacks Against Iraqi Kurds." Testimony before the Human Rights Caucus, US Congress (October 24, 1989).
  50. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Alta Summit, December 1984." Genomics 5 (1989): 661-663. (Reprinted in Human Genome: 1989-1990 Program Report, US Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research, Office of Health and Environmental Research, DOE/ER-0446P, March 1990)
  51. H. Hu, R. Cook-Deegan, and A. Shukri. "The Use of Chemical Weapons." Journal of the American Medical Association 262 (1989): 640-643.
  52. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Changing Public Policy for Dementia Care." Dementia Care: Patient, Family, and Community. Ed. NL Mace Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989: 374-392.
  53. R.M. Cook-Deegan and L.A. Winters-Miner. "Appendix: Research bibliography on familial Alzheimer's disease." Familial Alzheimer's Disease: Molecular Genetics and Clinical Perspectives. Ed. GD Miner, RW Richter, JP Blass, JL Valentine, and LA Winters-Miner New York: Marcel Dekker, 1989: 397-408.
  54. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Proposed Definitions." Caring of Alzheimer's Patients: A Guide for Family and Healthcare Providers. Ed. GD Miner, RW Richter, JP Blass, JL Valentine, and LA Winters-Miner New York: Plenum, 1989
  55. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Alzheimer's Disease and Public Policy." Cating for Alzheimer's Patients: A Guide for Family and Healthcare Providers. Ed. GD Miner, RW Richter, JP Blass, JL Valentine, and LA Winters-Miner New York: Plenum, 1989
  56. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Scientists and the Dawn of Industrial Pharmacology. Review of Academic Scientist and the Pharmaceutical Industry by John Swann.  Medical Humanities Review 3 (January, 1989): 84-86.
  57. R.M. Cook-Deegan, Hu H, and Shukri A. "Winds of Death: Iraq's Use of Poison Gas against Its Kurdish Population."  February, 1989 Report of a Medical Mission to Turkish Kurdistan. Somerville, MA: Physicians for Human Rights. Reprinted with testimony from February 9, 1989, hearings before the Committee on Governmental Affairs in a report Proliferation of Chemical and Biological Weapons. Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1989
  58. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Some Implications of Mapping the Human Genome."  September, 1989 Paper presented at an international meeting on mapping and sequencing the human genome, University of Bochum, Federal Republic of German, published as Medizinethische Materialien, Heft 47. Bochum, Germany: Ruhr- Universitat Bochum, Zentrum fur Medizinische Ethik. Translated into German and reprinted as "Herausforderungen bei DNS- Kartierung und-Sequenzierung" in Genomanalyse und Gentherapie, Hans-Martin Sass, Ed. (Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, 1991, 171-196
  59. R.M. Cook-Deegan. A Landmark in Medical Genetics. Review of Ethnics and Human Genetics: A Cross Cultural Perspective. ed. Werta and Fletcher. Bioethics Books. 1.4 1990
  60. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Social and Ethical Implications of Advances in Human Genetics." Southern Medical Journal 83.8 (1990): 879-882.
  61. J.D. Watson and R. Cook-Deegan. "The Human Genome Project and International Health." Journal of the American Medical Association 263 (1990): 3322-3324.
  62. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Human Gene Therapy and Congress." Human Gene Therapy 1 (1990): 163-170.
  63. R.M. Cook-Deegan, M. Guyer, B.J.F. Rossiter, D.L. Nelson, and C.T. Caskey. "Report of the Large DNA Insert Cloning Workshop." Genomics 7 (1990): 654-660.
  64. R.M. Cook-Deegan, B.J.F. Rossiter, L. Engel, D.L. Nelson, and C.T. Caskey. "Report of the X Chromosome Workshop." Genomics 7 (1990): 647-654.
  65. F.M. Zweig, L.K. Neuman, S. Finesilver, R. Cook-Deegan, and C. Bezold. "The Plenary on Courts, Science, Technology and the Future." Courts, Health Science, and the Law 1 (1990): 194-204.
  66. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Public Policy Implications of the Human Genome Project."  July 22-27, 1990 Proceedings of the XXIVth CIOMS Conference, Tokyo and Inuyama City, Japan. Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS). 56-71, 1991. (Served also as a rapporteur for Group C: Human Gene Therapy, in this volume, and assisted Alex Capron, Ronald Worton and Nancy Wexler in editing reports from Work Groups A and B
  67. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "NIH-DOE Joint Working Group on Ethnical, Legal, and Social Issues Established." Human Genome News 2.5 (May, 1990).
  68. J.D. Watson and R. Cook-Deegan. "Perspectives on the Human Genome Project." Biofutur 94 (October, 1990): 65-68.
  69. J.D. Watson and R. Cook-Deegan. "The Human Genome Project and Children of Tomorrow." California Pediatrician 6 (Fall, 1990): 7-8.
  70. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Assessing Future Research Needs: Mental and Addictive Disorders in Women." Washington, DC: Division of Health Sciences Policy and Division of Biobehavioral Sciences and Mental Disorders, Institute of Medicine. (1991). No authorship. Main writer was study director Constance Pechura
  71. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Mapping the Human Genome." Southern California Law Review 65 (1991): 1501-1518.
  72. L.L. Cavalli-Sforza, A.C. Wilson, C.R. Cantor, R. Cook-Deegan, and M.-C. King. "Call of a Worldwide Survey of Human Genetic Diversity: A Vanishing Opportunity for the Human Genome Project." Genomics 11 (1991): 490-491.
  73. R.H. Sandler, P.R. Epstein, R. Cook-Deegan, and A. Shukri. "Leeter from Cukurca: Initial Medical Assessment of Kurdish Refugees in the Turkey-Iraq Border Region." Journal of the American Medical Association 266 (7 August 1991): 638-640.
  74. J.D. Watson and R. Cook-Deegan. "Origins of the Human Genome Project." FASEB Journal 5 (1991): 8-11.
  75. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Genesis of the Human Genome Project." Molecular Genetic Medicine. Ed. T Friedmann San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 1991: 1-75.
  76. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Human Genome Project: Formation of Federal Policies in the United States, 1986-1990." Biomedical Politics. Ed. K Hanna Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1991 Commissioned by the Committee to Study Decision-making, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences
  77. R.M. Cook-Deegan, H. Hu, and A. Shukri. "Winds of Death: Iraqi's Use of Poison Gas Against Its Kurdish Population." Chapter in Death Clouds: Saddam Hussein's Chemical War against the Kurds. Ed. D Ala'aldeen Kurdish Scientific and Medical Association, London, 1991
  78. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Human Genome Project, in Preparing for Science in the 21st Century."  Washington, DC: Association of Academic Health Centers, 1991 Based on a talk to the Association of Academic Health Centers, Naples, FL, 4 November 1990
  79. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Review of Alzheimer's Disease Research: Ethical and Legal Issues.  New England Journal of Medicine 327 (1992): 60-61.
  80. by S Ackerman for the Institute of Medicine. "Discovering the Brain." Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (1992). Ghost author of James D. Watson preface
  81. R.M. Cook-Deegan and J.D. Watson. "The Human Genome Project." 1992 Yearbook of Science and Technology. Ed. Sybil P. Parker, Editor-in-Chief New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992: 204-205 and 207.
  82. H.J. Geiger and R. Cook-Deegan. "The Role of Physicians in Conflicts and Humanitarian Crises: Case Studies from the Field Missions of Physicians for Human Rights, 1988-1993." Journal of the American Medical Association 270 (4 August 1993): 616-620.
  83. K.E. Hanna, R. Cook-Deegan, and R.Y. Nishimi. "Finding a Forum for Bioethics in U.S. Public Policy." Politics and the Life Sciences 12 (1993): 205-219.
  84. P.J. Whitehouse and R. Cook-Deegan. "Epilogue." Dementia. Ed. Peter J. Whitehouse, Ed., Fred Plum, Editor-In-Chief Contemporary Neurology Series (Philadelphia: F.A. Davis)1993: 435-441.
  85. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Trends in Science, Technology, and Drug Discovery."  Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress, Report 0TA-H-522 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office), 1993: 105-134.
  86. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Roots of Controversy: Origins of the Human Genome Project."  May 24-26, 1993 Keynote address for international conference "El Derecho Ante el Proyector Genoma Humano (The Human Genome Project: Legal Aspects)" at the University of Deusto and the Diputacion Foral de Bizkaia in Bilbao, Spain, May 24-26, 1993. Reprinted in The Human Genome Project: Legal Aspects, Volume 1, including a chronology of the human genome project. Bilbao, Spain: Fundacion BBC, 1995. 67-89
  87. R.M. Cook-Deegan. The Gene Wars: Science, Politics, and the Human Genome. New York and London: WW Norton & Co.; paperback 1996, 1994. (The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the National Science Foundation gave grants to support this work through the Kennedy Institute of Ethnics, Georgetown University. Published also in Korean (translated by Shin Won Literary Agency, published by Minum, 1995) and Japanese (translated by K. and G. Ishidate, published by Kogaku Dojin, 1996). Peer- reviewed and accepted for publication by Oxford University Press, University of California Press, and Harvard University Press)
  88. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Introduction: Genes and Families." (1994). Commentary on articles by R Alta Charo and R Shinn in The Genetic Frontier: Ethics, Law and Policy, MS Frankel and A Teich, Eds. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1994, 3-7
  89. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Coauthor of first and last chapters). "Growing Up Tobacco Free: Preventing Nicotine Addiction in Children and Youths." Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (1994). Overall supervision. Main writers were study director Barbara Lynch and committee member Richard Bonnie
  90. R.M. Cook-Deegan (wrote one section of one chapter biology). "AIDS and Behavior: An Integrated Approach." Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (1994). Main writers were study director Judith Auerbach and her research associate Christina Wypiejewska
  91. by R Pool for the Institute of Medicine. "The Dynamic Brain." Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (1994). Supervision and editing only
  92. "Development of Anti-Addiction Medications: Issues for the Government and Private Sector." Washington, DC: Divsion of Biobehavioral Sciences and Mental Disorders, Institute of Medicine. (1994). Supervision only
  93. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Wrote one chapter section on specific disorders and sections of two policy chapters and aided in editing). "Reducing Risks of Mental Disorders: Frontiers of Preventive Intervention Research." Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (1994). main staff author/editor was study director Patricia Mrazek
  94. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Germ-Line Gene Therapy: Keep the Window Open A Crack." Politics and the Life Sciences 13 (1994): 217-220.
  95. R.M. Cook-Deegan and R. Eisenberg. "Patents, Technology Transfer, and Genome Research. Summary of a Franklin Pierce Law Center Conference." Human Genome News (1994): 6-7.
  96. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Ethical Issues Arising in the Search for Neurological Disease Genes."  1994 Proceedings of a conference held November 19-21, 1993, Fukui, Japan, N. Fujiki and D. Macer, Eds. Christchurch, NZ: Eubios Ethics Institute, 1994. 81-92. Japanese translation available. Tsukuba Science City, Japan: Eubios Ethics Institute, 1994
  97. K.E. Hanna, R. Cook-Deegan, R.Y. Nishimi. "Bioethnics and Public Policy: Still Seeking a Forum." Politics and the Life Sciences 13 (February, 1994): 102-105.
  98. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Survey of Genome Research Corporations." (March, 1994). Contract report on financial and technical background of genome research startup firms prepared for the Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress, for its report on DNA patenting
  99. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Origins of the Human Genome Project." Risk: Health, Science and Environment 5 (Spring, 1994): 97-118.
  100. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Private Parts." The Sciences (April, 1994): 18-23. (This is an adapatation of chapters 16 and 17 from The Gene Wars, condensed by R Coontz, Senior Editor, and PG Brown, Editor- in-Chief, New York Academy of Sciences)
  101. R. Cook-Deegan, D.S. Fredrickson, S.C. Joseph, and D.P. Rall. "Medicine, Public Health and Environment." Issues in Science and Technology (Fall, 1994): 68-74.
  102. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Some Issues in Federal Technology Transfer and Ways to Study Them." (November, 1994). White paper prepared for the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President, as background for a November 1994 meeting organized by OSTP with assistance from the Office of Extramural Research, National Institutes of Health at the National Academy of Sciences
  103. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Genetics and the Social Ethics of Reseach (Editorial)." Amyloid 1 (December, 1994): 283-295.
  104. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Allocating Federal Funds for Science and Technology." National Academy Press. (1995). Senior Program Officer; staff writer for some sections and executive summary, and several background papers. Committee chair, Frank Press study director, Norman Metzger. Other staff writers: Christopher Hill, Michael McGeary, and Julie Esanu
  105. "The Development of Medications for the Treatment of Opiate and Cocaine Addictions." Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (1995). Supervision only, no authorship
  106. "Federal Regulation of Methadone Treatment." Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (1995). Supervision only, no authorship
  107. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Introduction. In Lois Bristow, Will I Be Next? Bea Gorman's Life Story." Acampo, CA: Hope Warren Press. (1995): 13-14.
  108. J.F. Leckman, G.R. Elliott, E.J. Bromet, M. Campbell, D. Cicchetti, D.J. Cohen, J.J. Conger, J.T. Coyle, F.J. Earls, R. Feldman, M. Green, B. Hamburg, A.E. Kazdin, D.R. Offord, D. Purpura, A.J. Solnit, F. Solomon, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Report Card on the National Plan for Research on Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders: The midway point." Archives of General Psychiatry 52 (1995): 715-723.
  109. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Genome Mapping and Sequencing." Encyclopedia of Bioethics. Ed. ET Reich, Editor-in-Chief; JC Fletcher, Genetics Section Editor; M Solberg, Project Editor New York: Macmillan, 1995: 1011-1019.
  110. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Previous Analyses of the U.S. R&D Allocation Process." (January, 1995). Background paper for the Committee on Criteria for Federal Support of Research and Development, National Academy of Sciences, January 1995. Available through the Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, National Research Council, Washington, DC
  111. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Survey of Reports on Federal Laboratories." (May, 1995). Background paper for the Committee on Criteria for Federal Support of Research and Development, National Academy of Sciences, May 1995 (revised July 1995). Available through the Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, National Research Council, Washington, DC
  112. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Tough Times, Tough Choices." The Bridge (Journal of the National Academy of Engineering) 25 (Fall, 1995): 2-4.
  113. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Review of The Moral Challenge of Alzheimer's Disease by Stephen Post.  New England Journal fo Medicine 334 (May 2, 1996): 1204.
  114. Charo, RA, Cook-Deegan R, Eisenberg RS, Geller G and Finneran K. "The Politics of Genetic Testing." Issues in Science and Technology XIII (1996): 48-54. based on a March 1996 roundtable discussion sponsored by North Lake College, Dallas, Texas
  115. R.M. Cook-Deegan, Walters L, Goldstein D, and McCormack S. "Letter on "Ownership of Human Genes"." Nature 382 (July 4, 1996): 17-18.
  116. N. Relkin and R. Cook-Deegan. "National Institute on Aging, Alzheimer's Association Working Group. Apolipoprotein E genotyping in Alzheimer's Disease." The Lancet 347 (1996): 1091-1095. (R Cook-Deegan chaired the subgroup on "counseling, ethical and medicolegal issues;" N Relkin was principal author and took the lead on organizing and writing this article)
  117. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Bioethics and the Federal Government: Some Implications for Psychiatric Genetics." Chapter for Genetics and Mental Illness. Ed. LL Hall New York, Plenum Press, 1996: 189-218.
  118. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Merit Review of Federally Funded Science and Technology." White Paper for the Council of the National Academy of Sciences (February, 1996).
  119. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Background Paper on Competitive Merit Review prepared for the National Academy of Sciences' Council." (February, 1996).
  120. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Letter re "Research Funding"." Issues in Science and Technology 12 (Summer, 1996): 18.
  121. F. Press, N. Metzger, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Letter re Robinson's commentary "Budget Battles." Issues in Science and Technology 12 (Fall, 1996): 5-6.
  122. R.M. Cook-Deegan (staff author). "Letter on tobacco control to Donna Shalala, Bruce Reed, and Members of Congress from the National Cancer Policy Board." (July 19, 1997).
  123. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Letter on "Insulin Gene Patent Litigation." Science 278 (1997): 560-561.
  124. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Confidentiality, Collective Resources, and Commercial Genomics." Chapter 9 in Genetic Secrets: Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality in the Genetic Era. Ed. MA Rothstein New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1997: 161-183.
  125. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Do Research Moratoria Work? Lessons from Fetal Research, Gene Therapy, and Recombinant DNA Research." (April, 1997). Background paper for the National Bioethnics Advisory Commission pertinent to its deliberations on human cloning. http://www.georgetown.edu/research/nrcbl/nbac /pubs/cloning2/cc8.pdf
  126. R.M. Cook-Deegan (staff author). "Background paper on Tobacco Control." National Cancer Policy Board Reports (July, 1997).
  127. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Does NIH Need a DARPA?." Issues in Science and Technology 13 (Winter, 1997): 25-28. (http://www.nap.edu/issues/13.2/cookde.htm)
  128. R.M. Cook-Deegan (principal staff writer/editor). "Taking Action to Reduce Tobacco Use." National Academy Press. (1998). http://nap.edu/readingroom/books/tobacco
  129. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Commentary on "Can Patents Deter Innovation? The Anticommons in Biomedical Research" by Michael A. Heller and Rebecca S. Eisenberg." Science 280 (1998): 698-701. http://www.sciencemag.org/feature/data/98046 5/cook_deegan.shl
  130. A.M. Thomas, G. Cohen, R. Cook-Deegan, J. O'Sullivan, S.G. Post, A.D. Roses, K.F. Schaffner, and R.M. Green. "Alzheimer Testing at Silver Years." Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 7 (1998): 294-307.
  131. J. Burris, R. Cook-Deegan, and B. Alberts. "The Genome Project after a Decade: Policy Issues." Nature Genetics 20 (1998): 333-335.
  132. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Commentary on "Distinguishing Genetic from Nongenetic Medical Tests: Some Implications for Antidiscrimination Legislation" by JS Alper and J Beckwith." Science and Engineering Ethics 4 (1998): 151-154.
  133. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Some Questions Arising in the Commercial Development of Genetic Tests for Alzheimer's Disease." Chapter 6 of Genetic Testing for Alzheimer's Disease: Ethnic and Clinical Issues. Ed. S Post and P Whitehouse Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998: 84-100.
  134. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Review of Clone: The Road to Dolly and the Path Ahead by Gina Kolata.  Issues in Science and Technology 14 (Spring, 1998): 90-95.
  135. R.M. Cook-Deegan. ""Inner Sanctum" letter commenting on NIH peer review." Science 284 (April 23, 1999): 589. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/summary/284/ 5414/589a
  136. R. Cook-Deegan. "National Policies Influencing Innovation Based on Human Genetics." The Commercialization of Genetic Research: Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues. Ed. Tim Caulfield and Bryn Williams-Jones New York: Plenum, 1999: 13-27. Based in part on a talk in Edmonton, Alberta, September 1998
  137. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Review of Brain Policy: How the New Neurosceince Will Change Out Lives and Our Politics by Robert H. Blank.  Cerebrum 1 (Spring, 1999): 104-109.
  138. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Review of the The Baltimore Case: A Trial of Politics, Science, and Character by Daniel Kevles.  Recent Science Newsletter 1 (Spring, 1999): 8-10.
  139. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Government Policy and the Commercial Value of Academic Information." (March, 1999). Based on a talk to the AAAS-MIT symposium "Secrecy in Science: Exploring University, Industry, and Government Relationships," at Kresge Auditorium, MIT campus, http://www.aaas.org/spp/secrecy/Presents/cook dee.htm
  140. "Ensuring Quality Cancer Care." National Cancer Policy Board Reports Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (April, 1999). http://books.nap.edu/catalog/6467.html. (Supervision and editing, no authorship
  141. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Moderator of online forum on gene therapy." American Scientist (May, 1999). http://www.amsci.org/amsci/editors/bcdcomment s.html
  142. "Expanding Medicare Reimbursements for Clinical Trials." National Cancer Policy Board Reports Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (December, 1999). http://books.nap.edu/catalog/9742.html. (Supervision only, no authorship. This study was administratively housed with the Board, but the report was formally from IOM as a whole
  143. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Genomics and drug development: Some examples from cancer research." (October 26, 2000). Presented to the Foundacíon de Ciencias de Salud, Madrid; reprinted in Foundational annual report and conference summary. http://www.fcs.es/fcs/esp/interiores/conferen cias/ciencia/ciencia14/index 14.htm
  144. R. Cook-Deegan. "Medical Biotechnology, United States Policy Influencing Its Development." Encyclopedia of Ethnical, Legal and Policy Issues in Biotechnology. Ed. Thomas H. Murray and Maxwell J. Mehlman New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2000: 798-809.
  145. R. Cook-Deegan. "Government Policy and the Commercial Value of Academic Information." AAAS Science and Technology Policy Yearbook 2000. Ed. Teich AH, Nelson SD, McEnaney C., and Lita SJ 2000: 273-289.
  146. R. Cook-Deegan. "The Genetics of Alzheimer's Disease: Some Future Implications." Concepts of Alzheimer Disease: Biological, Clinical and Cultural Perspectives. Ed. Peter J. Whitehouse, Konrad Maurer, and Jesse F. Ballenger Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000: 269-290.
  147. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "State Programs Can Reduce Tobacco Use." National Cancer Policy Board Reports (February, 2000). http://books.nap.edu/catalog/9762.html
  148. R. Cook-Deegan. "Protecting the Vulnerable in Brain Research." Cerebrum 2 (Spring, 2000): 73-91.
  149. R.M. Cook-Deegan, A. Johnson, and C. Chan. "World Survey of Genomics Research Funding, Interim Report." Submitted to the World Health Organization and Global Forum for Health Research (July, 2000). with presentation of summary findings to the Office for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris
  150. A. Alwan and Cook-Deegan R. "Memo on Genomics to World Health Organization Director General Gro Brundtland and her Cabinet." (July 3, 2000).
  151. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Background paper for World Health Organization, Geneva Switzerland: Opportunities for WHO in Genomics." (July 12, 2000).
  152. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Final Report to the World Health Organization and Global Forum for Health Research." (September, 2000). Also posted at http://wwww.stanford.edu/class/siw198q/genomics
  153. R.M. Cook-Deegan. Hype and Hope. Introductory essay to "Scientists' Bookshelf Special Edition: Books of Life.  American Scientist 89 (Jan-Feb 2001): 62-64.
  154. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Preserving Public Trust: Accrediting Human Research Participant Protection Programs." Institute of Medicine Reports Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (2001). http://books.nap.edu/catalog/10085.html. (Primary staff writer for fast-track project; Chair, D Federman; study director, L Rodriguez; Division of Health Sciences Policy, Institute of Medicine
  155. R.M. Cook-Deegan, A. Johnson, and C. Chan. "Global Genomics & Health Disparities: Emerging Issues for Nations and Populations." Journal of BioLaw and Business, Special Supplement (2001): 22-36.
  156. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "CellPro: a case study in intellectual property related to cancer therapeutics." background memo (June, 2001). National Cancer Policy Board Reports
  157. R. Cook-Deegan. "Privacy, Families, and Human Subject Protections: Some Lessons from Pedigree Research." Journal of Continuing Education in Health Professions 21 (Fall, 2001): 224-237. (http://www.jcehp.com/pdf/jcehp_21_4.pdf)
  158. R.M. Cook-Deegan, Walters L., Pressman L, Pau D, McCormack S, Gatchalian J, and Burgess R. "Preliminary Data About U.S. DNA-Based Patents and Plans for a Survey of Licensing Practices." (September 5-8, 2002). Paper prepared for the DNA Sampling Conference in Montreal, Canada
  159. A. Bar-Shalom and R. Cook-Deegan. "Patents and Innovation in Cancer Therapeutics: Lessons from CellPro." Milbank Quarterly 80 (2002): 637-676.
  160. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Gene Patents: Why Secrecy is Destructive to Innovation." Chapter in Comercial Implications for Genomics. Cambridge, MA: Healthtech Institute, 2002
  161. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The HHMI Presence in Policy." (March, 2002). A background paper prepared for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  162. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Urge to Commercialize: Interactions between Public and Private Research and Development." Section in The Role of Scientific and Technical Data and Information in the Public Domain: Proceedings of a Symposium National Research Council of the National Academies. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (2003): 87-94.
  163. J.G. Palmer and R. Cook-Deegan. "National Policies to Oversee Inheritable Genetic Modifications Research." Designing Our Descendants: The Promises and Perils of Genetic Modifications. Ed. Audrey R. Chapman and Mark S. Frankel Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003: 275-295.
  164. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Colossus of Codes." Inspiring Science: Jim Watson and the Age of DNA. Ed. John Inglis, Joseph Sambrook, and Jan Witkowski Cold Spring Harbor Press, 2003: 387-393.
  165. R. Cook-Deegan and B. Hogan. "The Future of Human Cloning: Can We Reap the Benefits of Therapeutic Cloning without Crossing Ethical Lines?." DukeMed Magazine (Spring/Summer 2003): 46-47.
  166. R. Cook-Deegan. "The Urge to Commercialize: Interactions between Public and Private Research and Development." Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (2003). Section in Proceedings of the Symposium on the Role of Scientific and Technical Data and Information in the Public Domain, National Academy of Sciences.
  167. R. Cook-Deegan. "Alzheimer's Disease: Tracing the Genetic Link." Saturday Evening Post (May-June 1999): 22-27, 89-92. excerpt chapter one of The Gene Wars with an interview and update with Patrick Perry
  168. R. Cook-Deegan and S. McCormack. "Patents, Secrecy, and DNA." Science 293 (July 13, 2001): 217. (http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/2 93/5528/217 with webnote supplement http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/2 93/5528/217/DCI)
  169. R. Cook-Deegan. "Hype and Hope Introductory essay to "Scientists" Bookshelf Special Edition: Books of Life." American Scientist 89 (Jan-Feb, 2001): 62-64.
  170. R.M. Cook-Deegan (Committee member, principal writer of a few short sections; main writers were Kathi Hanna and Michael McGeary). "Strategies To Leverage Research Funding: Guiding DOD's Peer-Reviewed Medical Research Programs." National Academy of Science Report Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. (2004). This study was supported by the National Academy of Sciences and the U.S. Department of Defense
  171. R.M. Cook-Deegan and N. Prabhakar. "The Context for Secrecy and Conflicts between Commercial and Scientific Roles in Academic Health Research." Ethical Issues in the Management of Financial Conflicts of Interest in Biomedical Research  (2005). Chapter submitted to The Hastings Center for a report and book on conflicts of interest in health research
  172. R. Hubbard, R.M. Cook-Deegan, J.C. Venter, and J.Q. Wilson. "The Ethical Implications of the New Genetics: Does Research on Genes Require a New Ethical Paradigm? 1974-2005 PRIM&R, Through the Years, Three Decades of Protecting Human Subjects." PRIM&R (2005): 257-260.
  173. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "How Health Research Got So Big in the United States." Research Policy Alert (formerly "The Blue Sheet" and Washington Fax) (June 22, 2005). Experts Forum (on line resource), (posted for several weeks as a special feature
  174. R.M. Cook-Deegan, R. Berkelman, E.M. Davidson, S. Finder, E. Heitman, M.C. Kelley, N.M.P. King, R. Moseley, J.C. Thomas, S.J. Tilden, and N.M. Vangsnes. "Letter on "Issues in Biosecurity and Biosafety." Science 308 (June 24, 2005): 1867-1868.
  175. C.D. Zick, C. Mathews, J.S. Roberts, R.M. Cook-Deegan, and R.J. Pokorski. "Genetic Testing for Alzheimer's Disease and Its Impact on Insurance Purchasing Behavior." Health Affairs 24 (March/April 2005): 483-490.
  176. A. So, A.R. Rai, and R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Intellectual Property Rights and Technology Transfer: Enabling Access for Developing Countries." Submitted to the World Health Organization. (Spring, 2005). Commissioned Report for the World Health Organization Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation, and Public Health
  177. R.M. Cook-Deegan, J.C. Venter, W. Gilbert, J. Mulligan, and B.K. Mansfield. "DNA Sequencing Conference, II. Meeting summary." (2006).
  178. R.M. Cook-Deegan, J.C. Venter, M.L. Pearson, and B.K. Mansfield. "The Genome Project and the Pharmaceutical Industry. Meeting summary." (2006).
  179. G.S. Ginsburg, M. Angrist, and R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Genomics and Medicine at a Crossroads in Chernobyl." Science 314 (2006): 62-3.
  180. T. Caulfield, R.M. Cook-Deegan, F.S. Kieff, and J.P. Walsh. "Evidence and Anecdotes: An Analysis of Human Gene Patenting Controversies." Nature Biotechnology 24.9 (2006): 1091-1094.
  181. J. Fore, I.R. Wiechers, and R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Effects of Business Practices, Licensing, and Intellectual Property on Development and Dissemination of the Polymerase Chain Reaction: Case Study." Journal of Biomedical Discovery 1 (2006): 7.
  182. H. Shanawani, L. Dame, D. Schwartz, and R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Non-Reporting and Inconsistent Reporting of Race and Ethnicity in Articles that Claim Associations among Genotype, Outcome, and Race or Ethnicity." Journal of Medical Ethics 32 (2006): 724-728. (doi: 10.1136/jme.2005.014456)
  183. A.D. Lyerly, K. Steinhauser, E. Namey, J.A. Tulsky, R.M. Cook-Deegan, J. Sugarman, D. Walmer, R.R. Faden, and E. Wallach. "Factors that Affect Infertility Patients’ Decisions about Frozen Embryos." Fertility and Sterility 85.6 (2006): 1620-1630.
  184. R.M. Cook-Deegan and M. McGeary. "The Jewel in the Federal Crown? History, Politics and the National Institutes of Health." History and Health Policy in the United States: Putting the Past Back In. Ed. Rosemary A. Stevens, Charles E. Rosenberg, Lawton R. Burns New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2006
  185. L. Pressman, R. Burgess, R. Cook-Deegan, S.J. McCormack, I. Nami-Wolk, M. Soucy and L. Walters. "The Licensing of DNA Patents by US Academic Institutions: An Empirical Survey." Nature Biotechnology 24 (January, 2006): 31-39.
  186. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Blogger." Issues in Science and Technology (online version of the journal only) (Spring-Winter, 2006). Administered by the Green Center at University of Texas, Dallas, and the National Academies
  187. R. Cook-Deegan and T. Dedeurwaerdere. "The Science Commons in Life Science Research: Structure, Function and Value of Access to Genetic Diversity." International Social Science Journal 188 (June, 2006): 299-317.
  188. D. Tofano, I.R. Wiechers, and R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Edwin Southern, DNA blotting, and Microarray Technology: A case study of the shifting role of patents in academic molecular biology.." Genomics, Society, and Policy Journal 2.2 (Summer, 2006): 50-61.
  189. M. Angrist and R. Cook-Deegan. "Who Owns the Genome?." The New Atlantis 11 (Winter, 2006): 87-96.
  190. R.M. Cook-Deegan. "The Science Commons in Health Research: Structure, Function, and Value." Journal of Technology Transfer 32 (June, 2007): 133-156.
  191. E.M. Davidson, R. Frothingham, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Science and Security: Practical Experiences in Dual-Use Review." Science 316 (June 8, 2007): 1432-1433.
  192. R. Cook-Deegan. "Gene Patents." From Birth to Death and Bench to Clinic: The Hastings Center Bioethics Briefing Book for Journalists, Policymakers, and Campaigns. Hastings Center, 2008: 69-72.
  193. R. Cook-Deegan, K.N. Lohr, and J.H. Palmer. "How Bioethics Can Inform Policy Decisions About Genetic Enhancement." Altering Nature: Religion, Biotechnology and Public Policy. 2008: 161-198.
  194. K.D. Christensen, J.S. Roberts, C.D. Royal, G.A. Fasaye, T. Obisesan, L.A. Cupples, P.J. Whitehouse, M.B. Butson, E.P. Linnenbringer, N.R. Relkin, L.A. Farrer, R.M. Cook-Deegan, and R.C. Green. "Incorporating Ethnicity into Genetic Risk Assessment for Alzheimer’s Disease: The REVEAL Study Experience." Genetics in Medicine 10.3 (March, 2008): 207-214.
  195. D. Magnus, M. Cho, and R. Cook-Deegan. Genetic-Test Firms Must Follow Law.  San Jose Mercury-News (July 11, 2008).
  196. D. Magnus, M.K. Cho, and R. Cook-Deegan. "US Regulation of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Tests." Genome Medicine  (August, 2008).
  197. D. Karp, S. Carlin, R. Cook-Deegan, D. Ford, G. Geller, D. Glass, H. Greely, J. Guthridge, J. Kahn, R. Kaslow, C. Kraft, K. MacQueen, B. Malin, R. Scheuerman, and J. Sugarman. "Ethical and Practical Issues Associated with Aggregating Databases." PLoS Medicine 5.9 (September 23, 2008): e190. [journal.pmed.0050190]
  198. J.R. Pohlhaus, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Genomics Research: World Survey of Public Funding." BMC Genomics 9.10 (October, 2008): 472.
  199. S. Chandrasekharan, N.C. Perin, I.R. Wiechers, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Public-Private Interactions in Genomic Medicine: Research and Development." Genomic and Personalized Medicine. Ed. Huntington F. Willard and Geoffrey S. Ginsburg Elsevier, October, 2008: 434-444.
  200. R.M. Cook-Deegan and A.K. Rai. "DNA Sequence Patents Are Not In the Grave Yet (Letter)." Nature Biotechnology  (October, 2008).
  201. A. So, B. Sampat, A. Rai, R. Cook-Deegan, J. Reichman, R. Weissman, and A. Kapczynski. "Is Bayh-Dole Good For Developing Countries? Lessons from the U.S. Experience." PLoS Biology 6.10 (October 28, 2008): e262. [journal.pbio.0060262]
  202. J. Staples, R. Cook-Deegan, and G.S. Ginsburg. "The Role of the Academic Medical Center in Advancing Personalized Health Care." Personalized Health Care: Pioneers, Partnerships, Progress (November, 2008): 75-99. Commissioned paper in report prepared by the Initiative on Personalized Health Care, Department of Health and Human Services
  203. C. Heaney, J. Carbone, E.R. Gold, T. Bubela, C.M. Holman, A. Colaianni, T. Lewis, and R. Cook-Deegan. "The Perils of Taking Property Too Far." Stanford Journal of Law, Science & Policy  (November, 2008).
  204. M. Angrist, S. Chandrasekharan, C. Heaney, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Intellectual Property and Its Impact on Genetic Testing for Long QT Syndrome." (December, 2008). Peer-reviewed case study submitted for discussion at the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society
  205. S. Chandrasekharan, C. Heaney, T. James, C. Conover, and R.M. Cook-Deegan. "Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Cystic Fibrosis." (December, 2008). Peer-reviewed case study submitted for discussion at the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society
  206. S. Chandrasekharan, E. Pitlick, C. Heaney, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Impact of Patents and Licensing on Access to Genetic Testing for Hereditary Hemochromatosis." (December, 2008). Peer-reviewed case study submitted for discussion at the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society
  207. R. Cook-Deegan,C. DeRienzo, J. Carbone, S. Chandrasekharan, C. Heaney, and C. Conover. "Impact of Gene Patents on Access to Genetic Testing for Inherited Susceptibility to Cancer: Comparing Breast and Ovarian Cancers to Colon Cancers." (December, 2008). Peer-reviewed case study submitted for discussion at the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society
  208. A. Colaianni, S. Chandrasekharan, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Impact of Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing and Carrier Screening for Tay-Sachs and Canavan Disease." (December, 2008). Peer-reviewed case study submitted for discussion at the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society
  209. A. Powell, S. Chandrasekharan, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Spinocerebellar Ataxia: Patient and Health Professional Perspectives on Whether and How Patents Affect Access to Clinical Genetic Testing." (December, 2008). Peer-reviewed case study submitted for discussion at the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society
  210. K. Skeehan, C. Heaney, and R. Cook-Deegan. "Impact of Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Alzheimer’s Disease." (December, 2008). Peer-reviewed case study submitted for discussion at the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society

Darity Jr, William A   (search)

  1. W.A. Darity. ""Harris, Abram Lincoln, Jr."." Encyclopedia of African American Business History. Ed. Juliet E.K. Walker Westport: Greenwood Press, 1999: 290-292.
  2. W.A. Darity with Arthur Goldsmith and Jonathan Veum. ""Unemployment and Well-Being"." The Elgar Companion to Consumer Research and Economic Psychology. Chelterham: Edward Elgar, 1999: 582-90.
  3. W.A. Darity. ""History, Discrimination and Racial Inequality"." The Impact of Color-Consciousness in the United States: The State of Black America, 1999. Ed. William Spriggs New York: The National Urban League, 1999: 153-166.
  4. W.A. Darity Jr.. ""Who Loses From Unemployment"." Journal of Economic Issues 33.2 (June, 1999): 491-496.
  5. Arthur H. Goldsmith, Jonahtan R. Veum,and W.A. Darity Jr.. ""Working Hard for the Money? Efficiency Wages and Worker Effort"." Journal of Economic Psychology 21 (2000): 351-385.
  6. W.A. Darity Jr. and Warren Young. ""Reply to Ahiakpor"." History of Political Economy 32.4 (2000): 915-918.
  7. W.A. Darity with Samuel Myers, Jr.. ""Languishing in Inequality: Racial Disparities in Wealth and Earnings in the New Millenium"." New Directions: African Americans in a Diversifying Nation. Ed. James S. Jackson Washington, D.C.: National Policy Association, 2000: 86-118.
  8. W.A. Darity with Arthur Goldsmith and Jonathan Veum. ""Motivation and Labor Market Outcomes"." Research in Labor Economics, Volume 19: Worker Well-Being. New York: JAI/Elsevier Sciences, 2000: 109-146.
  9. W.A. Darity. ""Economic Aspects of the British Trade in Slaves: A Fresh Look at the Evidence from the 1789 Report of the Lords of Trade"." Capitalism and Slavery Fifty Years Later: Eric Eustace Williams--A Reassessment of the Man and His Work. Ed. Heather Cateau and S.H.H. Carrington New York: Peter Lang, Inc., 2000: 137-153.
  10. W.A. Darity with S.L. Myers, Jr.. ""The Impact of Labor Market Prospects on Incarceration Rates"." Prosperity For All? The Economic Boom and African Americans. Ed. Robert Cherry and William M. Rodgers III New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2000: 279-307.
  11. W.A. Darity Jr. and Jessica Gordon Nembhard. ""Racial and Ethnic Economic Inequality: The International Record"." American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings 90.2 (May, 2000): 308-311.
  12. Korkut ErtÜrk and W.A. Darity Jr.. ""Secular Changes in the Gender Composition of Employment and Growth Dynamics in the North and the South"." World Development 28.7 (July, 2000): 1231-1238.
  13. Ashwini Deshpande and W.A. Darity Jr.. ""Intergroup Economic Inequality Across Countries: An Introductory Essay"." Review of Social Economy 58.3 (September, 2000): 273-276.
  14. W.A. Darity Jr. and Ashwini Deshpande. ""Tracing the Divide: Intergroup Disparity Across Countries"." Eastern Economic Journal 26.1 (Winter, 2000): 75-85.
  15. W.A. Darity Jr.. ""The Functionality of Market-Based Discrimination"." International Journal of Social Economics 28.10 (2001).
  16. W.A. Darity Jr.. ""End of Race?"." Transforming Anthropology 10.1 (2001): 39-43.
  17. W.A. Darity with Samuel L. Myers, Jr.. ""Racial Economic Inequality in the USA"." The Blackwell Companion to Socioloty. Ed. Judith R. Blau Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2001: 178-195.
  18. W.A. Darity Jr., Jason Dietrich, and David K. Guilkey. ""Persistent Advantage or Disadvantage?: Evidence in Support of the Intergenerational Drag Hypothesis"." The American Journal of Economics and Sociology 60.2 (April, 2001): 435-470.
  19. W.A. Darity Jr. with Warren Young. ""The Early History of Rational and Implicit Expectations"." History of Political Economy 33.4 (Winter, 2001): 773-814.
  20. W.A. Darity. ""Racial/Ethnic Disparity and Econmic Development"." A Post-Keynesian Perspective on Twenty-First Century Economic Problems. Ed. Paul Davidson Northampton: Edward Elgar, 2002: 126-136.
  21. W.A. Darity Jr. ""Intergroup Disparity: Why Culture Is Irrelevant"." Review of Black Political Economy 29.4 (Spring, 2002): 77-90.
  22. W.A. Darity Jr.. "Intergroup Disparity: Why Culture Is Irrelevant." Review of Black Political Economy 29.4 (Spring, 2002): 77-90.
  23. W.A. Darity Jr., Darrick Hamilton and Jason Dietrich. ""Passing on Blackness?: Latinos, Race and Earnings in the USA"." Applied Economic Letters 9.13 (October, 2002): 847-854.
  24. Lisa Saunders and W. A. Darity Jr.. "Feminist Theory and Racial Economics Inequality." Feminist Economics Today: Beyond Economic Man. Ed. Marianne Ferber and Julie Nelson University of Chicago Press, 2003
  25. W.A. Darity Jr.. ""Give Affirmative Action Time to Act"." The Chronicle of Higher Education (December 1, 2000): B18.
  26. W.A. Darity Jr.. ""Employment, Discrimination, Segregation, and Health"." American Journal of Public Health 93.2 (February, 2003): 226-231.
  27. W.A. Darity Jr. and D. Frank. "The Economics of Reparations." American Economic Review 93.2 (May, 2003): 326-329.
  28. with Warren Young, Robert Leeson, and William Darity Jr.. Economics, Economists, and Expectations: Microfoundations to Macroapplications. Routledge, 2004.
  29. W.A. Darity Jr. and Patrick Mason. "Racial Discrimination in the Labor Market." Race , Liberalism and Economics. Ed. David Colander, Robert Prasch, and Falguni A. Sheth University of Michigan Press, 2004
  30. Warren Young and W.A. Darity Jr. "IS-LM-BP: An Inquest." The IS-LM Model: Its Rise, Fall and Strange Persistence. Ed. Michael De Vroey and Kevin Hoover Duke University Press, 2004
  31. Arthur Goldsmith, Stanley Sedo, W.A. Darity Jr. and Darrick Hamilton. "The Labor Supply Consequences of Perceptions of Employer Discrimination During Search and On-the-Job: Integrating Necolassical Theory and Cognitive Dissonance." Journal of Economic Psychology 25.1 (February, 2004).
  32. W.A. Darity Jr., P. Mason, and S.L. Myers Jr.. "Is there Racism in Economic Research?." European Journal of Political Economy 21 (2005): 755-761.
  33. W.A. Darity Jr. and M. Nicholson. "Racial Wealth Inequality and the Black Family." African American Family Life; Ecological and Cultural Diversity. Ed. V.C. McLoyd, N.E. Hill, and K.A. Dodge New York: The Guilford Press, 2005: 78-85.
  34. W.A. Darity Jr.. "Africa, Europe and Origins of Uneven Development: The Role of Slavery." African Americans in the U.S. Economy. Ed. C. Conrad, J. Whitehead, P. Mason, and J. Stewart Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield, 2005: 14-19.
  35. W.A. Darity Jr. and Lewis Davis. "Growth, Trade and Uneven Development." Cambridge Journal of Economics 29.1 (January, 2005).
  36. W.A. Darity Jr.. "Stratification Economics." Journal of Ecoomics and Finance 29.2 (Summer, 2005): 144-153.
  37. K. Tyson, W.A. Darity Jr., and D. Castellino. ""It's Not a Black Thing": Understanding the Burden of Acting White and Other Dilemmas of High Achievement." American Sociological Review 70 (August, 2005): 582-605.
  38. W.A. Darity Jr., Jason Dietrich and Darrick Hamilton. "Bleach in the Rainbow: Latin Ethnicity and Preference for Whiteness." Transforming Anthropology 13.2 (October, 2005): 103-109.
  39. W.A. Darity Jr., P. Mason, and J. Stewart. "The Economics of Identity: The Origin and Persistence of Racial Identity Norms." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 60 (2006): 285-305.
  40. A. Goldsmith, D. Hamilton, and W.A. Darity Jr.. "Shades of Discrimination: Skin Tone and Wages." American Economic Review 96.2 (May, 2006): 242-245.
  41. A. Goldsmith, D. Hamilton, and W.A. Darity Jr. "Does A Foot-in-the-Door Matter? White-Nonwhite Differences in Wage Returns to Tenure and Prior Workplace Experience." Southern Economic Journal 73.2 (October, 2006): 285-305.
  42. A. H. Goldsmith, D.Hamilton, and W.A. Darity Jr. "From Dark to Light: Skin Color and Wages Among African Americans." Journal of Human Resources (Fall, 2007).
  43. K. Marsh, W.A. Darity Jr, P. Cohen, L. Casper, and D. Salters. "The Emerging Black Middle Class: Single and Living Alone." Social Forces 86.2 (December, 2007): 701-738.
  44. W.A. Darity and Russell Triplett. "Ethnicity and Economic Development." International Handbook of Economic Development. Ed. Amitava Dutt and Jaime Ros Edward Elgar, 2008
  45. W.A. Darity Jr. "African American Reparations, Keynes, and the Transfer Problem." Keynes for the 21st Century: The Continuing Relevance of the General Theory. Ed. Matthew Forstater and L. Randall Wray Palgrave, 2008
  46. W.A. Darity Jr. (editor in chief). International Encylopedia of the Social Sciences.  Thomson-Gale (Macmillan Reference), 2008.
  47. G. Price, W.A. Darity Jr., and A.Headen. "Does the Stigma of Slavery Explain the Maltreatment of Blacks By Whites?: The Case of Lynchings." Journal of Socioeconomics 37.1 (February, 2008): 167-193.
  48. M. Coleman, W.A.Darity Jr, and R. Sharpe. "Are Reports of Discrimination Valid? Considering the Moral Hazard Effect." American Journal of Economics and Sociology 67.2 (April, 2008): 149-176.
  49. T. Golash-Boza and W.A. Darity Jr.. "Latino Racial Choices." Ethnic and Racial Studies 31.5 (September, 2008): 899-934.
  50. W.A. Darity. "Forty Acres and a Mule in the 21st Century." Social Science Quarterly 89.3 (September, 2008): 656-664.
  51. V. L. Bogan, W.A. Darity Jr. ""Culture and Entrepreneurship? African Americans and Immigrant Self-Employment in the United States"." Journal of Socioeconomics 37.5 (October, 2008): 1999-2019.
  52. W.A. Darity Jr.. ""Caste and Race: Parallels or Disjunctures"." Against Stigma: Studies in Caste, Race, and Justice Since Durban. Ed. B. Natrajan and P. Greenough New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2009: 400-412.
  53. R. Sharpe and W.A. Darity Jr. ""Where Are the Brothers? Alternatives to Four Year Colleges for Black Males"." Black American Males in Higher Education: Diminishing Proportions. Ed. H. Frierson, W. Pearson Jr., and J. H. Wyche Bingley: Emerald Group, 2009: 135-154.
  54. W.A. Darity Jr and A. Jolla. ""Desegregated Schools with Segregated Education"." The Integration Debate: Competing Futures for American Cities. Ed. C. Hartman and G. Squires New York: Routledge, 2009: 99-118.
  55. S.L. Myers Jr, W.A. Darity Jr, and K. Marsh. ""The Effects of Housing Market Discrimination on Earnings Inequality"." The Integration Debate: Competing Futures for American Cities. Ed. C. Hartman and G. Squires 2009: 119-130.
  56. D. Hamilton and W.A. Darity Jr. ""Crowded Out? The Racial Composition of American Occupations"." Social Science Research in Black Populations. Ed. J.S.Jackson and C. H. Caldwell forthcoming
  57. W.A. Darity Jr. ""Economic Inequality and the Black Diaspora"." The Black Condition. Ed. H. Dodson and C. Palmer 2009: 1-43.
  58. W.A. Darity Jr. ""Stratification Economics: Context Versus Culture and the Reparations Controversy"." The University of Kansas Law Review 57.4 (May, 2009): 795-812.
  59. D. Hamilton and W.A. Darity Jr. ""Race, Wealth and Intergenerational Poverty: There Will Never Be a Post-Racial America if the Wealth Gap Persists"." The American Prospect 20.7 (September, 2009): A10-A12.
  60. D. Hamilton, A. Goldsmith, and W.A. DarityJr. ""Shedding 'Light' On Marriage: The Influence of Skin Shade on Marriage for Black Females"." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 72.1 (October, 2009): 30-50.
  61. T. Green and W.A. Darity Jr. ""Under Our Skin: Using Theories From Biology and the Social Sciences to Explore the Mechanisms Behind the Black/White Health Gap"." American Journal of Public Health 100 (2010): S36-S41.
  62. Darrick Hamilton and William Darity Jr.. ""Crowded Out? The Racial Composition of American Occupations"." Social Science Research in Black Population. 2010  [author's comments]
  63. William Darity Jr., Charmaine Royal, and Keith Whitfield. ""Race, Genetics and Health: An Introduction"." Review of Black Political Economy 37.1 (2010): 1-6.
  64. William Darity Jr. and Alicia Jolla. ""Desegregated Schools with Segregated Education"." The Integration Debate: Competing Futures for American Cities. New York: Routledge, 2010: 99-118.
  65. Samuel Myers Jr., William Darity Jr., and Kris Marsh. ""The Effects of Housing Market Discrimination on Earnings Inequality"." The Integration Debate: Competing Futures for American Cities. New York: Routledge, 2010: 119-130.
  66. William Darity Jr.. ""Racism and Colorism in Post-Racial Societies"." Making Equality Count: Irish and International Research Measuring Equality and Discrimination. Dublin: The Liffey Press, 2010: 113-129.
  67. William Darity Jr., Bidisha Lahiri, and Dania Frank. ""Reparations for African Americans As a Transfer Problem: A Cautionary Tale"." Review of Development Economics 14.2 (May, 2010): 248-261.
  68. Gregory Price and William Darity Jr.. ""Economics of Race and Eugenic Sterilization in North Carolina: 1958-1968"." Economics and Human Biology 8.2 (July, 2010).
  69. William Darity Jr.. ""Obama and the Problem of Racial Inequality in Post-Racial America"." Convergence Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal 1.1 (Summer, 2010): 102-107.
  70. William A. Darity Jr. "A Direct Route to Full Employment." The Review of Black Political Economy 37.3-4 (October 1, 2010): 179-181.
  71. William A. Darity Jr., Ashwini Deshphade, and Thomas Weisskopf. "Who Is Eligible? Should Affirmative Action Be Group- or Class-Based?." American Journal of Economics and Sociology 70.1 (January, 2011): 238-268.
  72. William A. Darity Jr. "Insuring Permanent Full Employment." Congressional Black Caucus Deficit Commission (January 28, 2011).
  73. William A. Darity Jr.. "A New (Incorrect) Harvard/Washington Consensus: Review of William Julius' Wilson's More Than Just Race." Du Bois Review 8.2 (Fall, 2011): 467-476.  [author's comments]
  74. William Darity Jr., Mary Lopez, Olugbena Ajilore, and Leslie Wallace. "Antipoverty Policy: The Role of Individualist and Structural Perspectives." The Oxford Handbook of The Economics of Poverty. Ed. Philip Jefferson Oxford University Press, 2012
  75. Timothy A. Diette, Arthur H. Goldsmith, Darrick Hamilton, and William Darity Jr.. "Causality in the Relationship Between Mental Health and Unemployment." Reconnecting to Work: Policies to Mitigate Long-Term Unemployment and Its Consequences. Ed. Lauren D. Appelbaum W.E. Upjohn for Employment Research, 2012
  76. Darrick Hamilton and William Darity Jr.. "Crowded Out? The Racial Composition of American Occupations." Researching Black Communities: A Methodological Guide. Ed. James S. Jackson and Sherrill L. Sellers University of Michigan Press, 2012
  77. William Darity Jr. and Darrick Hamilton. "Bold Policies for Economic Justice." Review of Black Political Economy 39.1 (March, 2012): 79-85.
  78. William Darity Jr. "Confronting Those Affirmative Action Grumbles." Capitalism on Trial: Explorations in the Tradition of Thomas E. Weisskopf. Ed. Jeannette Wicks-Lim and Robert Pollin Edward Elgar, 2013: 215-223.
  79. Alan Aja, William Darity Jr., and Darrick Hamilton. "If Not Race, Then Wealth: Why Universities Should Avoid Income As Proxy for Race-Based Admissions Policy".  The Huffington Post (online) (January 16, 2013).
  80. Alan Aja, Darrick Hamilton, and William Darity Jr.. "Don't Cut, Invest! Why the Obama Administration Should Support a Federal Job Guarantee Program".  March 12, 2013
  81. William Darity Jr.. ""From Here to Full Employment"." Review of Black Political Economy 40.2 (June, 2013): 115-120.
  82. Darity Jr., William. "Segregated Education in Desegregated Schools: Why We Should Eliminate 'Tracking' with 'Gifted and Talented' for All".  The Huffington Post (online) (June 17, 2013).
  83. William Darity Jr.. "How to Guarantee a Job for Every American".  PBS Newshour: The Business Desk (July, 2013).
  84. William Darity Jr. and Rhonda Sharpe. "What's Best Isn't Always Clear".  The New York Times (Opinion pages) (July 9, 2013).
  85. Alan Aja, Daniel Bustillo, William Darity Jr., and Darrick Hamilton. ""Jobs Instead of Austerity: A Bold Policy for Economic Justice"." Social Research: An International Quarterly 80.3 (Fall, 2013): 781-794.
  86. Alan Aja, William Darity Jr., and Darrick Hamilton. "Social Security for the Life Cycle".  Huffington Post (online) (November 27, 2013).
  87. William Darity Jr.. Federal Law Requires Job Creation.  The New York Times (Opinion Pages) (December 4, 2013).
  88. William Darity Jr.. Another View: Job Guarantee Program Would Fix the Economy.  December 8, 2013
  89. William Darity Jr.. How A Federal Job Program Would Fix the Economy.  News and Observer (Raleigh NC) (December 8, 2013).
  90. Timothy Diette, Arthur Goldsmith, Darrick Hamilton, William Darity Jr., and Katherine McFarland. ""Stalking: Does It Leave a Psychological Footprint?"." Social Science Quarterly (forthcoming).

Dhakal, D.N.S.

  1. D. Dhakal. "The Evaluation of Environmentally Sensitive Projects." PIAM Case Study Series, Harvard Institute for International Development, Harvard University. (1996). Twelve cases in total
  2. D. Dhakal, Glenn P. Jenkins. "An Integrated Analysis of Co-generation IPP Power Agreement: The Jindal Tractebel Project in India." World Bank Case Studies Series, 2002, World Bank. (2002).
  3. D. Dhakal, R.B. Basnet. "Bhutan Political Problem: Opinions, Viewpoints and Critical Analysis."  2002 (2002). Annual Publication
  4. D. Dhakal. "Nepal-Bhutan Relations." Nepal Tomorrow: Voices and Visions, Selected Essays on Nepal. Ed. D.B. Gurung Koselee Prakashan, 2003
  5. D. Dhakal. "Genesis of the Crisis, Refugee Problem and Possible Solution." Bhutan Nepal Relations (February, 2006).
  6. D. Dhakal. "Reconciliation and Repatriation: An Option for finding the lasting solution of Bhutanses refugee problem." (November, 2006). Monograph, Bhutan National Democratic Party
  7. D. Dhakal. "Bhutan: Poverty and Development Report 2006."   (April, 2007).
  8. D. Dhakal. "Options for Finding the Lasting Solution of Bhutanese Refugee Problem."   (May, 2007). Position Paper

Dodge, Kenneth A.

  1. Henry, D.B., Miller-Johnson, S., Simon, T.R., Schoeny, M.E., & the Multi-site Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "Validity of teacher ratings in selecting influential aggressive adolescents for a targeted preventive intervention." Prevention Science 7.1 (): 31-41.
  2. Jones, D., Foster, E.M. & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge member). "Service use patterns for adolescents with ADHD and comorbid conduct disorder." Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research (). (in press)
  3. Dodge, K.A.. "Social information processing models of aggressive behavior." Understanding and reducing aggression, violence, and their consequences. Ed. M. Mikulincer & P.R. Shaver American Psychological Association,
  4. Gurwitz, S.G., & Dodge, K.A.. "Adults' evaluations of a child as a function of the sex of the adult and the sex of the child.." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 32 (1975): 822-828. [doi]
  5. Gurwitz, S.G., & Dodge, K.A.. "The effect of confirmations and disconfirmations on stereotype-based attributions.." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 35 (1977): 495-500. [doi]
  6. Dodge, K.A.. Instructor's manual. To accompany: Abnormal psychology and normal life. Edited by J. Coleman, J.M. Butcher, & R.C. Carson. Chicago: Scott, Foresman & Company, 1979.
  7. Koss, M., & Dodge, K.A.. Students' study guide. To accompany: Abnormal psychology and normal life. Edited by J. Coleman, J.M. Butcher, & R.C. Carson. Chicago: Scott, Foresman & Company, 1979.
  8. Dodge, K.A.. "Social cognition and children's aggressive behavior." Child Development 51 (1980): 162-170. (Reprinted in R.D. Parke & E.M. Hetherington (Eds.) (1987). Contemporary readings in child psychology (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. Reprinted in M. Courage (Ed.) (1988). Readings in developmental psychology. Lewiston, NY: Broadview Press) [doi]
  9. Dodge, K.A., & Newman, J.P.. "Biased decision making processes in aggressive boys." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 90 (1981): 375-379. [doi]
  10. Dodge, K.A., & Frame, C.L.. "Social cognitive biases and deficits in aggressive boys." Child Development 53 (1982): 620-635. (Reprinted in B. Weiner (1995). Judging sin and sickness: Foundations for a Theory of Social Behavior. New York: Guilford Press)
  11. Richard, B.A., & Dodge, K.A.. "Social maladjustment and problem-solving in school-aged children." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 50 (1982): 226-233. [doi]
  12. Coie, J.D., Dodge, K.A., & Coppotelli, H.. "Dimensions and types of social status: A cross-age perspective." Developmental Psychology 18 (1982): 557-570. [doi]
  13. Dodge, K.A., Coie, J.D., & Brakke, N.P.. "Behavior patterns of socially rejected and neglected preadolescents: The roles of social approach and aggression." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 18 (1982): 389-409. [doi]
  14. McFall, R.M., & Dodge, K.A.. "Self-management and interpersonal skills learning." Self-management and behavior change: From theory to practice. Ed. P. Karoly & F.H. Kanfer Pergamon Press, 1982: 353-392.
  15. Coie, J.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Continuity of children's social status: A five-year longitudinal study." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 29 (1983): 261-282.
  16. Dodge, K.A.. "Must we dilute child psychology?." Contemporary Psychology 28 (1983): 513-515.
  17. Dodge, K.A.. "Promoting social competence in children." Schools and Teaching 1 (1983). (invited article)
  18. Steinberg, M.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Attributional bias in aggressive adolescent boys and girls." Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 1 (1983): 312-321.
  19. Dodge, K.A., Schlundt, D.G., Schocken, I., & Delugach, J.D.. "Social competence and children's sociometric status: The role of peer group entry strategies." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 29 (1983): 309-336.
  20. Dodge, K.A.. "Behavioral antecedents of peer social status." Child Development 54 (1983): 1386-1389.
  21. Dodge, K.A.. Review of social cognition and social development (E.T. Higgins, D.N. Ruble, & W.W. Hartup (Eds.).  Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography (1984).
  22. Dodge, K.A., & Murphy, R.R., & Buchsbaum, K.. "The assessment of intention-cue detection skills in children: Implications for developmental psychopathology." Child Development Special issue on developmental psychopathology 55 (1984): 163-173.
  23. Milich, R., & Dodge, K.A.. "Social information processing patterns in child psychiatric populations." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 12 (1984): 471-490.
  24. Dodge, K.A., & Murphy, R.R.. "The assessment of social competence in adolescence." Adolescent behavior disorders: Current perspectives. Advances in child behavioral analysis and therapy, 4. Ed. P. Karoly & J.J. Steffen Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Company, 1984: 61-96.
  25. Dodge, K.A., McClaskey, C.L., & Feldman, E.. "A situational approach to the assessment of social competence in children." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 53 (1985): 344-353. [doi]
  26. Dodge, K.A.. "Attributional bias in aggressive children." Advances in cognitive-behavioral research and therapy. Ed. P. Kendall New York: Academic Press, 1985: 75-111.
  27. Dodge, K.A.. "Facets of social interaction and the assessment of social competence in children." Children's peer relations: Issues in assessment and training. Ed. B.H. Schneider, K.H. Rubin, & J.E. Ledingham New York: Springer-Verlag, 1985: 3-22.
  28. Dodge, K.A., & Richard, B.A. "Peer perceptions, aggression, and the development of peer relations." The development of social cognition. Ed. J. Pryor & J. Day New York: Springer-Verlag, 1985: 35-58.
  29. Asher, S.R., & Dodge, K.A.. "The identification of socially rejected children." Developmental Psychology 22 (1986): 444-449. [doi]
  30. Dodge, K.A.. "A social information processing model of social competence in children." Minnesota symposium in child psychology. Ed. M. Perlmutter Hillsdale, N. J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1986: 77-125.
  31. Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., McClaskey, C.L., & Brown, M.. "Social competence in children." Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development. Serial No. 2131986 Partially reprinted in D.F. Bjorklund (1989). Children’s thinking. Forest Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole. Partially reprinted in R. Cummings (1995). Adolescence: A developmental perspective. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace and Company
  32. Dodge, K.A.. "Social information processing variables in the development of aggression and altruism in children." The development of altruism and aggression: Social and biological origin. Ed. C. Zahn-Waxler, M. Cummings, & M. Radke-Yarrow New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986: 280-302.
  33. Dodge, K.A., & Coie, J.D.. "Social information processing factors in reactive and proactive aggression in children's peer groups." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 53 (1987): 1146-1158. (Reprinted in L. Berkowitz (1993). Aggression: Its causes, consequences, and control. NY: McGraw-Hill. Reprinted in W. Bukowski, B. Laursen, & K.H. Rubin (Eds.). (2007). Social & Emotional Development. London: Routledge)
  34. Dodge, K.A., & Somberg, D.. "Hostile attributional biases among aggressive boys are exacerbated under conditions of threats to the self." Child Development 58 (1987): 213-224.
  35. Dodge, K.A., & Tomlin, A.. "Cue utilization as a mechanism of attributional bias in aggressive children." Social Cognition 5 (1987): 280-300.
  36. Feldman, E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Social information processing and sociometric status: Sex, age, and situational effects." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 15 (1987): 211-227. [doi]
  37. Pettit, G.S., McClaskey, C.L., Brown, M.M., & Dodge, K.A.. "The generalizability of laboratory assessments of children's socially competent behavior in specific situations." Behavioral Assessment 9 (1987): 81-96.
  38. Coie, J.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Multiple sources of data on social behavior and social status in the school: A cross-age comparison." Child Development 59 (1988): 815-829. [doi]
  39. Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Brown, M.M.. "Early family experience, social problem solving patterns, and children's social competence." Child Development 59 (1988): 107-120.
  40. Dodge, K.A., McClaskey, C.L., & Feldman, E.. "A situational approach to the assessment of social competence in children (Reprint)." The Prepare Curriculum. Ed. A. Goldstein Champaign, IL: Research Press, 1988
  41. "The development of emotion regulation." Developmental Psychology Special section 25 (1989): 339-402.
  42. Barefoot, J.C., Dodge, K.A., Peterson, B.L., Dahlstrom, W.G., & Williams, Jr., R.B.. "The Cook-Medley hostility scale: Item content & ability to predict survival." Psychosomatic Medicine 51 (1989): 46-57.
  43. Boivin, M., Dodge, K.A., & Coie, J.D.. "Similarities et dissimilarities entre le groupe et l'individu quant aux comportements associes au statut aupres des pairs dans les groupes de jeux experimentaux." Science et Comportement 19 (1989): 331-349.
  44. Dodge, K.A.. "Coordinating responses to aversive stimuli: The development of emotion regulation." Developmental Psychology 25 (1989): 339-342.
  45. Price, J.M., & Dodge, K.A.. "Reactive and proactive aggression in childhood: Relations to peer status and social context dimensions." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 17 (1989): 455-471.
  46. Strassberg, Z., & Dodge, K.A.. "Identification of discriminative stimuli for aggressive behavior in children." The Behavior Therapist 12 (1989): 195-199.
  47. Crick, N.R., & Dodge, K.A.. "Children's evaluations of peer entry and conflict situations: Social strategies, goals, and outcome expectations." Social competence in developmental perspective. Ed. B. Schneider, J. Nadel, G. Attili, & R. Weissberg Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989: 396-399.
  48. Price, J.M., & Dodge, K.A.. "Peers' contribution to children's social maladjustment: Description and intervention." Contributions of peer relationships to children's development. Ed. T. J. Berndt & G.W. Ladd New York: Wiley, 1989: 341-370.
  49. Dodge, K.A.. "Problems in social relationships." Behavioral treatment of childhood disorders. Ed. E.J. Mash & R.A. Barkley New York: Guilford Press, 1989: 222-244.
  50. McFall, R.M., McDonel, E.C., Dodge, K.A., & Coie, J.D.. "Social information processing and sexual aggression." Proceedings of the NIMH Conference on assessment and treatment of sexual offenders. Ed. J. Breiling Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office., 1989
  51. Dodge, K.A., Asher, S.R., & Parkhurst, J.. "Social life as a goal coordination task." Motivation in education. Ed. C. Ames & R. Ames Hillsdale, N. J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1989: 107-135.
  52. Coie, J.D., Christopoulos, C., Terry, R., Dodge, K.A., & Lochman, J.E.. "Types of aggressive relationships, peer rejection, and developmental consequences." Social competence in development perspective. Ed. B.H. Schneider, C. Attili, J. Nadel, & R. Weissberg Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989: 223-238.
  53. Dodge, K.A., Price, J.M., Coie, J.D., & Christopoulos, C.. "On the development of aggressive dyadic relationships in boys' peer groups." Human Development 33 (1990): 260-270.
  54. "Developmental psychopathology in children of depressed mothers." Developmental Psychology Special section 26 (1990): 3-67.
  55. Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Mechanisms in the cycle of violence." Science 250 (1990): 1678-1683.
  56. Dodge, K.A., Coie, J.D., Pettit, G.S., & Price, J.M.. "Peer status and aggression in boys' groups: Developmental and contextual analyses." Child Development 61 (1990): 1289-1309. [doi]
  57. Pettit, G.S., Bakshi, A., Dodge, K.A., & Coie, J.D.. "The emergence of social dominance in young boys' play groups: Developmental differences and behavioral correlates." Developmental Psychology 26 (1990): 1017-1025. [doi]
  58. Dodge, K.A., Price, J.M., Bachorwski, J., & Newman, J.P.. "Hostile attributional biases in severely aggressive adolescents." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 99 (1990): 385-392. [doi]
  59. Dodge, K.A.. "Nature versus nurture in childhood conduct disorder: It's time to ask a different question.." Developmental Psychology 26 (1990): 698-701.
  60. Dodge, K.A., & Crick, N.R.. "The social information processing bases of aggressive behavior in children." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 16 (1990): 8-22.
  61. Consortium for the School-Based Promotion of Social Competence (K. Dodge, member). "Support for school-based social competence promotion." American Psychologist 45 (1990): 986-988.
  62. Coie, J.D., Dodge, K.A., & Kupersmidt, J.. "Group behavior and social status." Peer rejection in childhood: Origins, consequences, and intervention. Ed. S.R. Asher & J.D. Coie New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990: 17-59.
  63. Dodge, K.A., & Feldman, E.. "Issues in social cognition and sociometric status." Peer rejection in childhood: Origins, consequences, and intervention. Ed. S.R. Asher & J.D. Coie New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990: 119-155.
  64. Kupersmidt, J., Coie, J.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Predicting disorder from peer social problems." Peer rejection in childhood: Origins, consequences, and intervention. Ed. S.R. Asher & J.D. Coie New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990: 274-338.
  65. Garber, J., & Dodge, K.A. (Eds.). The development of emotion regulation and dysregulation. Edited by J. Garber & K.A. Dodge. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991.
  66. Dodge, K.A.. The structure and function of reactive and proactive aggression. ed. D.J. Pepler & K.H. Rubin. The development and treatment of childhood aggression. 1991
  67. Consortium for the School-Based Promotion of Social Competence (K. Dodge, member). "Preparing students for the Twenty-First Century: Contributions of the Prevention and Social Competence Promotion Fields." Teachers College Record 93 (1991): 297-305.
  68. Coie, J.D., Dodge, K.A., Terry, R., & Wright, V.. "The role of aggression in peer relations: An analysis of aggression episodes in boys' play groups." Child Development 62 (1991): 812-826. [doi]
  69. Pettit, G.S., Harrist, A.W., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Family interaction, social cognition, and children's subsequent relations." Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 8 (1991): 383-402. [doi]
  70. Garber, J., Quiggle, N.L., Panak, W., & Dodge, K.A.. "Aggression and depression in children: Comorbidity, specificity, and cognitive processing." Rochester Symposium on Developmental Psychopathology, Vol. 2: Internalizing and externalizing expressions of dysfunction. Ed. D. Cicchetti & S. Toth Hillsdale, N. J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1991: 225-264.
  71. Dodge, K.A., & Garber, J.. "Domains of emotion regulation." The development of emotion regulation and dysregulation. Ed. J. Garber & K.A. Dodge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991: 3-11.
  72. Dodge, K.A.. "Emotion and social information processing." The development of emotion regulation and dysregulation. Ed. J. Garber & K.A. Dodge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991: 159-181.
  73. Dodge, K.A.. "A social information processing model of social competence in children (Reprint)." Child Development. Ed. D. Bukatko & M.W. Daehler Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflen, 1991
  74. Quiggle, N., Panak, W.F., Garber, J., & Dodge, K.A. "Social information processing in aggressive and depressed children." Child Development 63 (1992): 1305-1320. [1446554]
  75. Dodge, K.A.. "Youth violence." Tennessee Teacher 60 (1992): 2.
  76. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "A developmental and clinical model for the prevention of conduct disorders: The FAST Track Program." Development and Psychopathology 4 (1992): 509-527. [doi]
  77. Strassberg, Z., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "The longitudinal relation between parental conflict strategies and children's standing in kindergarten." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 38 (1992): 477-493. [23087323]
  78. Weiss, B., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Some consequences of early harsh discipline: Child aggression and a maladaptive social information processing style." Child Development 63 (1992): 1321-1335. [1446555]
  79. Dodge, K.A.. "A social information processing model of social competence in children (Reprint)." Child Development. Ed. T.J. Berndt New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1992
  80. Consortium on the School-Based Promotion of Social Competence. "Classroom curricula for drug abuse prevention." Communities that care: Action for drug abuse prevention. Ed. J. D. Hawkins & R. Catalano San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1992: 129-148.
  81. Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Mechanisms in the cycle of violence(Reprint)." Year Book of Psychiatry and Applied Mental Health. Ed. J.A. Talbott Chicago, IL: Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 1992
  82. Schwartz, D., Dodge, K.A., & Coie, J.D.. "The emergence of chronic peer victimization in boys' play groups." Child Development 64 (1993): 1755-1772. [doi]
  83. Dodge, K.A.. "New wrinkles in the person versus situation debate." Psychological Inquiry 4.4 (1993): 284-286. [doi]
  84. Dodge, K.A.. "Studying mechanisms in the cycle of violence." The Science and Psychiatry of Violence. Ed. C. Thompson London: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993: 19-36.
  85. Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Mechanisms in the cycle of violence(Reprint)." Primis Developmental Psychology Reader. Ed. R.D. Parke & B.J. Tinsley New York: McGraw-Hill, 1993
  86. Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Family interaction patterns and children's conduct problems at home and school: A longitudinal perspective." School Psychology Review 22 (1993): 401-418.
  87. Dodge, K.A.. "The future of research on the treatment of conduct disorder." Development and Psychopathology 5 (1993): 309-317. [doi]
  88. Wehby, J.H., Dodge, K.A., Valente, E., Jr., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "School behavior of first-grade children identified as at-risk for development of conduct problems." Behavioral Disorders 18 (1993): 67-78.
  89. Quiggle, N., Panak, W.F., Garber, J., & Dodge, K.A. "Social information processing in aggressive and depressed children(Reprint)." Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development. Ed. M.E. Herteig & E.A. Farber New York: Wiley, 1993
  90. Dodge, K.A.. "Social-cognitive mechanisms in the development of conduct disorder and depression." Annual Review of Psychology 44 (1993): 559-584. [doi]
  91. Dodge, K.A., & Coie, J.D.. "Social information processing factors in reactive and proactive aggression in children's peer groups (Reprint)." Aggression: Its causes, consequences, and control.. Ed. L. Berkowitz New York: McGraw-Hill, 1993
  92. Dodge, K.A.. "Attributional bias in aggressive children." Social and personality development. Ed. D. Shaffer Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing, 1993 Presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston
  93. Lemerise, E., & Dodge, K.A.. "The development of anger and hostile interactions." The handbook of emotion. Ed. M. Lewis & J. Haviland New York: Guilford Press, 1993: 537-546.
  94. Dodge, K.A., McClaskey, C.L., & Feldman, E.. "A situational approach to the assessment of social competence in children (Reprint)." Clinical assessment of children's personality and behavior. Ed. P.J. Frick & R.W. Kamphaus Allyn and Bacon, 1994
  95. Crick, N.R., & Dodge, K.A.. "A review and reformulation of social information-processing mechanisms in children's social adjustment." Psychological Bulletin 115 (1994): 74-101. [doi]
  96. Bates, J.E., Marvinney, D., Kelly, T., Dodge, K.A., Bennett, D.S., & Pettit, G.S.. "Child care history and kindergarten adjustment." Developmental Psychology 30 (1994): 690-700. [doi]
  97. Consortium on the School-Based Promotion of Social Competence. "The school-based promotion of social competence: Theory, research, practice, and policy." Stress, risk and resilience in children and adolescents. Ed. R.J. Haggarty, N. Garmezy, M. Rutter, & L. Sherrod New York: Cambridge, 1994: 268-389.
  98. Crick, N.R., & Dodge, K.A.. "A review and reformulation of social information-processing mechanisms in children's social adjustment(Reprint)." Children and their Development. Ed. R. Kail Prentice-Hall, 1994
  99. Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Effects of physical maltreatment on the development of peer relations(Reprint)." Abnormal Child Psychology. Ed. E. Mash & D. Wolfe Brooks/Cole, 1994
  100. DeRosier, M.E., Cillessen, A.H.N., Coie, J.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Group social context and children's aggressive behavior." Child Development 65 (1994): 1068-1079. [doi]
  101. Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Mechanisms in the cycle of violence(Reprint)." Interpersonal violence within the Home. Ed. S.D. Herzberger Madison, WI: Wm. C. Brown Publishers, 1994
  102. Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Effects of physical maltreatment on the development of peer relations." Development and Psychopathology 6 (1994): 43-55. [doi]
  103. Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Socialization mediators of the relation between socioeconomic status and child conduct problems." Child Development 65 (1994): 1385-1398. [8013245]
  104. Harrist, A.W., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Dyadic synchrony in mother-child interaction: Relations with children's subsequent kindergarten adjustment." Family Relations 43 (1994): 417-424. [585373]
  105. Dodge, K.A., & Price, J.M.. "On the relation between social information processing and socially competent behavior in early school-aged children." Child Development 65 (1994): 1385-1398. [7982356]
  106. Lochman, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Social-cognitive processes of severely violent, moderately aggressive, and nonaggressive boys." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 62 (1994): 366-374. [doi]
  107. Sinclair, J.J., Pettit, G.S., Harrist, A.W., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Encounters with aggressive peers in early childhood: Frequency, age differences, and correlates of risk for behavior problems." International Journal of Behavioral Development 17 (1994): 675-696. [doi]
  108. Strassberg, Z., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Spanking in the home and children's subsequent aggression toward kindergarten peers." Development and Psychopathology 6 (1994): 445-462. [doi]
  109. Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Mechanisms in the cycle of violence(Reprint)." World Society for the Protection of Animals (1995). (Human Education Information Pack, distributed in Central and Eastern Europe)
  110. Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Family and child factors in stability and change in children's aggressiveness in elementary school." Coercion and punishment in long-term perspectives. Ed. J. McCord New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995: 124-138.
  111. Boivin, M., Dodge, K.A., & Coie, J.D.. "Individual-group behavioral similarity and peer status in experimental play groups of boys: The social misfit revisited." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 69 (1995): 269-279. [doi]
  112. Burks, V.S., Dodge, K.A., & Price, J.M.. "Models of internalizing outcomes of early rejection." Development and Psychopathology 7 (1995): 683-695. [doi]
  113. Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Valente, E.. "Social information-processing patterns partially mediate the effect of early physical abuse on later conduct problem." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 104 (1995): 632-643. [doi]
  114. Harnish, J.D., Dodge, K.A., Valente, E. Jr., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Mother-child interaction quality as a partial mediator of the roles of maternal depressive symptomatology and socioeconomic status in the development of child behavior problems." Child Development 66 (1995): 739-753. [doi]
  115. Lochman, J.E., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge member). "Screening of child behavior problems for prevention programs at school entry." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 63 (1995): 549-559. [doi]
  116. McMahon, R.J., Greenberg, M.T., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "The FAST Track Program: A developmentally focused intervention for children with conduct problems." Clinician's Research Digest 13 (1995): 1-2.
  117. Bierman, K., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Social skills training in the FAST Track Program." Preventing childhood disorders, substance use, and delinquency. Ed. R. Dev. Peters & R.J. McMahon Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1996: 65-89.
  118. Bierman, K.L., Greenberg, M.T., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Integrating social skill training interventions with parent training and family-focused support to prevent conduct disorder in high risk populations: The FAST Track Multi-Site Demonstration Project." Understanding aggressive behavior in children. Ed. C.F. Ferris & T. Grisso New York, NY: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1996: 256-264. [doi]
  119. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "An initial evaluation of the FAST Track Program." Proceedings of the Fifth National Prevention Research Conference. Ed. J.A. Linney Washington, DC: National Institute of Mental Health, 1996: 54-56.
  120. Crick, N.R., & Dodge, K.A.. "Social-information-processing mechanisms in reactive and proactive aggression." Child Development 67 (1996): 993-1002. [8706540]
  121. Deater-Deckard, K., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Physical discipline among African-American and European-American mothers: Links to children's externalizing behaviors." Developmental Psychology 32 (1996): 1065-1072. [doi]
  122. Dodge, K.A.. "Biopsychosocial perspectives on the development of conduct disorder." Proceedings of the Fifth National Prevention Research Conference. Ed. J.A. Linney Washington, DC: National Institute of Mental Health, 1996
  123. Dodge, K.A.. "The legacy of Hobbs and Gray: Research on the development and prevention of conduct problems." Peabody Journal of Education 71 (1996): 86-98. [1493186]
  124. Elias, M.J., Weissberg, R.P., Zins, J.E., Kendall, P.C., Dodge, K.A., Jason, L.A., Rotheram-Borus, M., Perry, C.L., Hawkins, J.D., & Gottfredson, D.C.. "Transdisciplinary collaboration among school researchers: The Consortium on the School-Based Promotion of Social Competence." Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation 7 (1996). [doi]
  125. McFadyen-Ketchum, S.A., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "Patterns of change in early child aggressive-disruptive behavior: Gender differences in predictors from early coercive and affectionate mother-child interactions." Child Development 67 (1996): 2417-2433. [9022248]
  126. McMahon, R.J., Slough, N., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Family-based intervention in the FAST Track Program." Preventing childhood disorders, substance use, and delinquency. Ed. R. Dev. Peters & R.J. McMahon Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1996: 90-110.
  127. Pettit, G.S., Clawson, M.A., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Stability and change in peer-rejected status: The role of child behavior, parenting, and family ecology." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 42 (1996): 267-294. [23087880]
  128. Stormshak, E.A., Bellanti, C.J., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. (K.A. Dodge, member). "The quality of the sibling relationship and the development of social competence and behavioral control in aggressive children." Developmental Psychology 32 (1996): 1-11.
  129. Dodge, K.A., McClaskey, C.L., & Feldman, E.. "A situational approach to the assessment of social competence in children (Reprint)." Children's social relationships. Ed. K. Sylva Child Psychology Portfolio, I. Sclare (Series Ed.)London: NFRE-Nelson, 1997
  130. Deater-Deckard, K., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Physical discipline among African-American and European-American mothers: Links to children's externalizing behaviors(Reprint)." E.L.I.T.E. Library: Extended Library Individualized to Education. Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing, 1997
  131. Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Implementing a comprehensive program for the prevention of conduct problems in rural communities: The FAST Track Experience." American Journal of Community Psychology 25 (1997): 493-514. [doi]
  132. Brown, J., & Dodge, K.A.. "Early peer relations and child psychiatry." The basic handbook of child and adolescent psychiatry. Ed. S.I. Greenspan, J. Osofsky, & K. Pruett New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997: 305-320. Section on infancy and early childhood: Theory and issues
  133. Coie, J.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Aggression and antisocial behavior." Handbook of child psychology, fifth edition. Vol. 3: Social, emotional, and personality development. Ed. W. Damon (N. Eisenberg, Vol. Ed.) New York: Wiley, 1997: 779-862.
  134. Deater-Deckard, K., & Dodge, K.A.. "Externalizing behavior problems and discipline revisited: Nonlinear effects and variation by culture, context, and gender." Psychological Inquiry 8 (1997): 161-175. [doi]
  135. Deater-Deckard, K., & Dodge, K.A.. "Spare the rod, spoil the authors: Emerging themes in research on parenting and child development." Psychological Inquiry 8 (1997): 230-235. [doi]
  136. Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "How the experience of physical abuse leads a child to become chronically violent toward others." Rochester Symposium on Developmental Psychopathology, Vol. 8: Developmental perspectives on trauma. Ed. D. Cicchetti & S.L. Toth Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 1997: 263-288.
  137. Dodge, K.A., Lochman, J.E., Harnish, J.D., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Reactive and proactive aggression in school children and psychiatrically-impaired chronically assaultive youth." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 106 (1997): 37-51. [doi]
  138. Dodge, K.A., & Schwartz, D.. "Social information-processing mechanisms in aggressive behavior." Handbook of antisocial behavior. Ed. D. Stoff, J. Breiling, & J. Masur New York: Wiley, 1997: 171-180.
  139. Harrist, A.W., Zaia, A.F., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "Subtypes of social withdrawal in early childhood: Sociometric status and social-cognitive differences across four years." Child Development 68 (1997): 332-348. [doi]
  140. Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Supportive parenting, ecological context, and children’s adjustment." Child Development 68 (1997): 908-923. [doi]
  141. Pettit, G.S., Laird, R.D., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Patterns of after-school care in middle childhood: Risk factors and developmental outcomes." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 43 (1997): 515-538. [23093336]
  142. Poulin, F., Cillessen, A.H.N., Hubbard, J.A., Coie, J.D., Dodge, K.A. & Schwartz, D.. "Children’s friends and behavioral similarity in two social contexts." Social Development 6 (1997): 225-237. [doi]
  143. Schwartz, D., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "The early socialization of aggressive victims of bullying." Child Development 68 (1997): 665-675. [9306645]
  144. Valente, E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Evaluation of prevention programs for children." Healthy children 2010: Establishing preventive services. Ed. R.P. Weissberg, T.P. Gulotta, R.L. Hampton, S.A.Ryan, & G.R. Adams Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1997: 183-218. Vol. 9 in R.P. Weissberg (Ed.), Issues in children's and families' lives
  145. Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Ridge, B.. "Interaction of temperamental resistance to control and restrictive parenting in the development of externalizing behavior." Developmental Psychology 34.5 (1998): 982-995. [doi]
  146. Deater-Deckard, K., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Multiple-risk factors in the development of externalizing behavior problems: Group and individual differences." Development and Psychopathology 10 (1998): 469-493. [available here]
  147. Hope, T.D., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Developmental patterns of home and school behavior in rural and urban settings." Journal of School Psychology 36 (1998): 45-58. [19834584]
  148. Laird, R.D., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "The social ecology of school-age child care." Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 19 (1998): 329-348. [available here]
  149. Lochman, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Distorted perceptions in dyadic interactions of aggressive and nonaggressive boys: Effect of prior expectations, context, and boys' age." Development and Psychopathology 10 (1998): 495-512. [doi]
  150. McFadyen-Ketchum, S.A., & Dodge, K.A.. "Problems in social relationships." Treatment of childhood disorders. Ed. E.J. Mash & R.A. Barkley 2nd editionNew York: Guilford, 1998: 338-365.
  151. Schwartz, D., Dodge, K.A., Coie, J.D., Hubbard, J.A., Cillessen, A.H.N., Lemerise, E.A., & Bateman, H.. "Social-cognitive and behavioral correlates of subtypes of aggression and victimization in boys’ play groups." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 26 (1998): 431-440. [doi]
  152. Schwartz, D., McFadyen-Ketchum, S.A., Dodge. K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Peer group victimization as a predictor of children's behavior problems at home and in school." Development and Psychopathology 10 (1998): 87-99.
  153. Stormshak, E.A., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The implications of different developmental patterns of disruptive behavior problems for school adjustment." Development and Psychopathology 10 (1998): 451-468. [available here]
  154. Dodge, K.A., McClaskey, C.L., & Feldman, E.. "A situational approach to the assessment of social competence in children (Reprint)." OVID Technologies: Health and Psychosocial Instruments Database. 1998 Online CD-ROM
  155. Burks, V.S., Dodge, K.A., Price, J.M., & Laird, R.D.. "Internal Representational Models of Peers: Implications for the Development of Problematic Behavior." Developmental Psychology 35 (1999): 802-810. [doi]
  156. Burks, V.S., Laird, R.D., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Knowledge Structures, Social Information Processing, and Children's Aggressive Behavior." Social Development 8 (1999): 220-236. [doi]
  157. K.A. Dodge & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Initial Impact of the Fast Track Prevention Trial for Conduct Problems: I. The High Risk Sample." Journal of Counsulting and Clinical Psychology 67 (1999): 631-647. (Commentary on this article published in 2000 in Therapeutics, 3) [doi]
  158. K.A. Dodge. "Initial Impact of the Fast Track Prevention Trial for Conduct Problems: II. Classroom Effects." Journal of Counsulting and Clinical Psychology 67 (1999): 648-657. (Commentary on this article published in 2000 in Therapeutics, 3) [doi]
  159. Crick, N.R. & Dodge, K.A.. "Superiority is the Eye of the Beholder: Comment on Sutton, Smith, and Swetenham." Social Development 8 (1999): 128-131. [doi]
  160. K.A. Dodge. "Cost-Effectiveness of Psychotherapy for Child Agression: First is There Effectiveness?." Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 3 (1999): 1-4. [doi]
  161. Ellis, B.J., McFadyen-Ketchum, S., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Quality of Early Family Relationships and Individual Differences in the Timing of Pubertal Maturation in Girls: A Longitudinal Test of an Evolutionary Model." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 77 (1999): 387-401. [doi]
  162. Greenberg, M.L., Lengua, L.S., Coie, J., Piderhughes, E.E.& Dodge, KA, E.E. & The Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Predicting Developmental Outcomes at School Entry Using a Multiple-Risk Model: Four American Communities." Developmental Psychology 35 (1999): 403-417. [doi]
  163. Laird, R.D., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Best Friendships, Group Relationships, and Antisocial Behavior in Early Adolescence." Journal of Early Adolescence 19 (1999): 413-437. [doi]
  164. Nix, R.L., Pinderhughes, E.E., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & McFadyen-Ketchum, S.A.. "The Relation Between Mothers' Hostile Attribution Tendencies and Children's Externalizing Behavior Problems: The Mediating Role of Mothers' Harsh Discipline Practices." Child Development 70 (1999): 896-909. [doi]
  165. Orrell-Valente, J.K., Pinderhughes, E.E., Valente, E., Laird, R.D. & E.E. & The Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "If It's Offered, Will They Come? Influences on Parents' Participation in a Community-Based Conduct Problems Prevention Program." American Journal of Community Psychology 27 (1999): 757-787. [available here]
  166. Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Meece, D.W.. "The Impact of After-School Peer Contact on Early Adolescent Externalizing Problems is Moderated by Parental Monitoring, Neighborhood Safety, and Prior Adjustment." Child Development 70 (1999): 768-778. [doi]
  167. Schwartz, D., McFadyen-Ketchum, S., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Early Behavior Problems as a Predictor of Later Peer Group Victimization: Moderators and Mediators in the Pathways of Social Risk." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 27 (1999): 191-201. [doi]
  168. Stormshak, E.A., Bierman, K.L., Bruschi, C., Dodge, K.A., Coie, J.D. & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The Relation Between Behavior Problems and Peer Preference in Different Classroom Contexts." Child Development 70 (1999): 169-182. [doi]
  169. Van Eys, P.P., & Dodge, K.A.. "Closing the Gap: Developmental Psychopathology as a Training Model for Clinical Child Psychology." Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 28 (1999): 467-475. [doi]
  170. Zelli, A., Dodge, K.A., Lochman, J.E., Laird, R.D. & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The Distinction Between Beliefs Legitimizing Aggression and Deviant Processing of Social Cues: Testing Measurement Validity and the Hypothesis that Biased Processing Mediates the Effects of Beliefs on Aggression." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 77 (1999): 150-166. [doi]
  171. Coie, J.D., Cillessen, A., Dodge, K.A., Hubbard, J., Schwartz, D., Lemerise, E., & Bateman, H.. "It takes two to fight: A test of relational factors and a method for assessing aggressive dyads." Developmental Psychology 35 (1999): 1179-1185. [doi]
  172. Dodge, K.A., McClaskey, C.L., & Feldman, E.. "A situational approach to the assessment of social competence in children (Reprint)." Psychology in Education Portfolio (1999).
  173. Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Ridge, B.. "Interaction of temperamental resistance to control and restrictive parenting in the development of externalizing behavior(Reprint)." Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development (1999).
  174. Schwartz, D., McFadyen-Ketchum, S.A., Dodge. K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Peer group victimization as a predictor of children's behavior problems at home and in school(Abstract)." Clinician’s Research Digest: Briefings in Behavioral Science 17 (1999). [9524809]
  175. Zelli, A., & Dodge, K.A.. "Personality Development from the Bottom Up." The Coherence of Personality: Social-Cognitive Bases of Personality Consistency, Variability, and Organization. Ed. D. Cervone & Y. Shoda New York: Guilford, 1999: 94-126.
  176. Schwartz, D., McFadyen-Ketchum, S.A., Dodge. K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Peer group victimization as a predictor of children's behavior problems at home and in school(Abstract)." Youth Update. Institute for Advanced Study of Antisocial Behavior in Youth, Etobicoke, Ontario, 1999
  177. Reiter-Lavery, B., Rabiner, D., & Dodge, K.A.. "The State of Durham's Children 2000." Report to the Durham, North Carolina, Youth Coordinating Board (2000).
  178. Dodge, K.A., Kupersmidt, J., & Fontaine, R.. "The Willie M. Program." Report to the State of North Carolina Department of Mental Health Administration (2000).
  179. Kohl. G.O., Lengua, L.J., McMahon, R.J., and the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Parent Involvement in School: Conceptualizing Multiple Dimensions and Their Relations with Family and Demographic Risk Factors." Journal of School Psychology 38 (2000): 501-523. [8003], [doi]
  180. Bellanti, C.J., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Disentangling the Impact of Low Cognitive Ability and Inattention on Social Behavior and Peer Relations." Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 29 (2000): 66-75. [available here]
  181. Dodge, K.A., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Merging Universal and Indicated Prevention Programs: The Fast Track Model." Addictive Behaviors 25 (2000): 913-927. [doi]
  182. Keiley, M.K., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "A Cross-Domain Growth Analysis: Externalizing and Internalizing Behavior During 8 Years of Childhood." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 28 (2000): 161-179. (American Education Research Association Division E. Distinguished Research award in Human Development (2003).)
  183. Pinderhughes, E.E., Zelli, A., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Discipline Responses: Direct and Mediated Influences of SES, Ethnic Group Status, Parenting Beliefs, Stress, and Parent Cognitive-Emotional Processes." Journal of Family Psychology 14 (2000): 380-400. [available here]
  184. Rabiner, D., Coie, J.D., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Early Attention Problems and Children's Reading Achievement:: A Longitudinal Investigation." Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 39 (2000): 859-867. [doi]
  185. Schwartz, D., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Friendship as a Moderating Factor in the Pathway Between Early Harsh Home Environment and Later Victimization in the Peer Group." Developmental Psychology 36 (2000): 646-662. [doi]
  186. Stormshak, E.A., Bierman, K.L., McMahon, R.J., Lengua, L., and the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Parenting Practices and Child Disruptive Behavior Problems in Early Elementary School." Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 29 (2000): 17-29. [available here]
  187. Ikeda, R. & Dodge, K.A. (Eds.). "The early prevention of violence in children." American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2000). (Guest editors, special issue)
  188. Dodge, K.A.. "Developmental Psychology." Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Psychiatry. Ed. M. H. Ebert, P.T. Loosen, & B. Nurcombe East Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange, 2000: 1-17.
  189. Dodge, K.A.. "Conduct Disorder." Handbook of Developmental Psychopathology. Ed. Sameroff, A., Lewis, M., & Miller, S. SecondNew York: Plenum Press, 2000
  190. Dodge, K.A., & Zelli, A.. "La violenza nei giovani: Tendenze, sviluppo e prevenzione." L'eta Sospesa: Itinerari del viaggio adolescenziale. Ed. G.V. Cappara & A. Fonzi Manuali e Monografie di Psicologia Giunti. Rome, 2000: 155-178.
  191. Lemerise, E.A., & Dodge, K.A.. "The Development of Anger and Hostile Interactions." Handbook of Emotions. Ed. M. Lewis & J. M. Haviland-Jones 2ndNew York: Guilford, 2000: 594-606.
  192. Reiter-Lavery, B., Rabiner, D., & Dodge, K.A.. "The State of Durham’s Children 2000."  2000 Report to the Durham, North Carolina, Youth Coordinating Board
  193. Dodge, K.A., Kupersmidt, J., & Fontaine, R.. "The Willie M. Program."  2000 Report to the State of North Carolina Department of Mental Health Administration.
  194. Colwell, M.J., Pettit, G.S., Meece, D., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A.. "Cumulative Risk and Continuity in Non-Parental Care from Infancy to Early Adolescence." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 47.2 (2001): 207-234. [doi]
  195. Dodge, K.A.. "The Science of Youth Violence Prevention: Progressing from Developmental Psychopathology to Efficacy to Effectiveness to Public Policy." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 20 (2001): 63-70. [doi]
  196. Hubbard, J.A., Dodge, K.A., Cillessen, A.H.N., Coie, J.D., & Schwartz, D.. "The Dyadic Stature of Social Information-Processing in Boys' Reactive and Proactive Aggression." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 80.2 (2001): 268-280. [doi]
  197. Laird, R.D., Jordan, K.Y., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Peer rejection in childhood, involvement with antisocial peers in early adolescence, and the development of externalizing behavior problems." Development and Psychopathology 13 (2001): 337-354. [doi]
  198. Murphy, S.A., van der Laan, M.J., Robins, J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Marginal Mean Models for Dynamic Regime." Journal of the American Statistical Association 96 (2001): 1410-1423. [available here]
  199. Pettit, G.S., Laird, R.D., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A. & Criss, M.M.. "Antecedents and Behavior-Problem Outcomes of Parental Monitoring and Psychological Control in Early Adolescence." Child Development 72.2 (2001): 583-598. [available here]
  200. Pinderhughes, E.E., Nix, R., Foster, E.M., Jones, D., and the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Parenting in context: Impact of neighborhood poverty, residential stability, public services, social networks, and danger on parental behaviors." Journal of Marriage and the Family 63.4 (2001): 941-953. [doi]
  201. Keiley, M.K., Howe, T.R., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "The timing of child physical maltreatment: A cross-domain growth analysis of impact on adolescent externalizing and internalizing problems." Development and Psychopathology 13 (2001): 891-912. [doi]
  202. Dodge, K.A.. "II Fast Track Project." Giovani a rischio: Interventi possibili in realta impossibili. Milan, Italy: FrancoAngeli, 2001: 19-60.
  203. Keiley, M.K., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Petit, G.S.. "Effects of Temperament of the Development of Externalizing and Internalizing Behaviors over 9 Years." Advances in Psychological Research, Vol. 6. Ed. F. Columbus Huntington, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2001: 255-288.
  204. Zelli, A., Dodge, K.A., Lochman, J.E., Laird, R.D., & The Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. ""La Distinzione tra credenze che legittimano l'aggresivita e l'elaborazione deviante dei segnali sociali"." Giovani a rishio: Interventi possibili in realta imposibili. Milan, Italy: Franco-Angeli, 2001: 61-99. (Gia pubblicato in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1999, 77(1), 150-166
  205. Dodge, K.A.. "Investing in the Prevention of Youth Violence." International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development Newsletter (2002). special section on Aggression and Violence Among Children and Adolescents
  206. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Evaluation of the First Three Years of the Fast Track Prevention Trial with Children at High Risk for Adolescent Conduct Problems." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 30 (2002): 19-35. [doi]
  207. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Predictor and Moderator Variables Associated with Positive Fast Track Outcomes at the End of Third Grade." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 30 (2002): 37-52. [doi]
  208. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The Implementation of the Fast Track Program: An Example of a Large-Scale Prevention Science Efficacy Trial." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 30 (2002): 1-17. [available here]
  209. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Using the Fast Track Randomized Prevention Trial to Test the Early-Starter Model of the Development of Serious Conduct Problems." Development and Psychopathology 14 (2002): 927-945. [available here]
  210. Criss, M.M., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Lapp, A.L.. "Family Adversity, Positive Peer Relationships, and Children's Externalizing Behavior: A Longitudinal Perspective on Risk and Resilience." Child Development 73 (2002): 1220-1237. [doi]
  211. Dodge, K.A., Laird, R., Lochman, J.E., Zelli, A., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Multidimensional Latent-Construct Analysis of Children's Social Information Processing Patterns: Correlations with Aggressive Behavior Problems." Psychological Assessment 14 (2002): 60-73. [available here], [doi]
  212. Dodge, K.A., Putallaz, M., & Malone, D.. "Coming of Age: The Department of Education." Phi Delta Kappan 83 (2002): 674-676. [8002]
  213. Farmer, A.D., Jr., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Predictors and Consequences of Aggressive-Withdrawn Problem Profiles in Early Grade School." Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 31 (2002): 299-311. [available here]
  214. Fontaine, R.G., Burks, V.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Response Decision Processes and Externalizing Behavior Problems in Adolescents." Development and Psychopathology 14 (2002): 107-122. [6281]
  215. Jones, D., Dodge, K.A., Foster, E.M., Nix, R., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Early Identification of Children at Risk for Costly Mental Health Service Use." Prevention Science 3 (2002): 247-256. [doi]
  216. Kaplow, J.B., Curran, P.J., Dodge, K.A., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Child, Parent, and Peer Predictors of Early-Onset Substance Use: A Multi-Site Longitudinal Study." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 30 (2002): 199-216. [doi]
  217. Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., Crozier, J., & Kaplow, J.. "A 12-Year Prospective Study of the Long-Term Effects of Early Child Physical Maltreatment and Psychological Behavioral, and Academic Problems in Adolescence." Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 156 (2002): 824-830.
  218. Miller-Johnson, S., Coie, J.D., Maumary-Gremaud, A., Bierman, K., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Peer Rejection and Aggression and Early Starter Models of Conduct Disorder." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 30 (2002): 217-230. [doi]
  219. Dodge, K.A., Putallaz, M., & Malone, D.. "The Duke Education Leadership Summit." Phi Delta Kappan Special section 83 (2002): 674-720.
  220. Dodge, K.A.. "Media Production Leave No Child Behind: Education Leadership Summit." (2002). (Co-produced, co-wrote, and co-narrated an hour-long television documentary, Leave No Child Behind: Education Leadership Summit. Broadcast nationally by National Educational Television Association (NETA). This show explores the complex issues facing America’s educational system with former and current United States Secretaries of Education)
  221. Dodge, K.A.. "Mediation, Moderation, and Mechanisms in How Parenting Affects Children's Aggressive Behavior." Parenting and the Child's World. Ed. J. Borkowski Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002: 215-229.
  222. Beyers, J.M., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Neighborhood Structure, Parenting Processes and the Development of Youths' Externalizing Behaviors: A Multilevel Analysis." American Journal of Community Psychology 31 (2003): 35-53. [doi]
  223. Broidy, L.M., Nagin, D.S., Tremblay, R.E., Brame, B., Dodge, K.A., Fergusson, D., Horwood, J., Loeber, R., Laird, R., Lynam, D., Moffitt, T., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Vitaro, F.. "Developmental Trajectories of Childhood Disruptive Behaviors and Adolescent Delinquency: A Six-Site, Cross-National Study." Developmental Psychology 39.2 (2003): 222-245. [doi]
  224. Dodge, K.A., Lansford, J.E., Burks, V.S., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., Fontaine, R., & Price, J.M.. "Peer Rejection and Social Information-Processing Factors in the Development of Aggressive Behavior Problems in Children." Child Development 74 (2003): 374-393. [doi]
  225. Dodge, K.A. & Pettit, G.S.. "A Biophychosocial Model of Development of Chronic Conduct Problems in Adolescence." Developmental Psychology 39.2 (2003): 349-371. [doi]
  226. Ellis, B.J., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Fergussen, D.M., Horwood, L.J., Pettit, G.S., & Woodward, L.. "Does Early Father Absence Place Daughters at Special Risk for Early Sexual Activity and Teenaged Pregnancy?." Child Development 74 (2003): 801-821. [doi]
  227. Foster, E.M., Dodge, K.A., & Jones, D.. "Issues in the Economic Evaluation of Prevention Programs." Applied Developmental Science 7 (2003): 76-86. [doi]
  228. Laird, R.D., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Change in Parents' Monitoring Knowledge: Links with Parenting, Relationship Quality, Adolescent Beliefs, and Antisocial Behavior." Social Development 12 (2003): 401-419. [doi]
  229. Laird, R.D., Petit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Parents' Monitoring-Relevant Knowledge and Adolescents' Delinquent Behavior: Evidence of Correlated Developmental Changes and Reciprocal Influences." Child Development 74 (2003): 752-768. [doi]
  230. Lansford, J.E., Criss, M.M., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Friendship Quality, Peer Group Affiliation, and Peer Antisocial Behavior as Moderators of the Link Between Negative Parenting and Adolescent Externalizing Behavior." Journal of Research on Adolescence 13 (2003): 161-184. [available here]
  231. Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Violent Children: Bridging Development, Intervention, and Public Policy." Developmental Psychology 39.2 (2003): 187-188.
  232. Chang, LE, Schwartz, D., Dodge, K.A., & McBride-Chang, C.A.. "Harsh Parenting in Relation to Child Emotion Regulation and Aggression." Journal of Family Psychology 17.4 (2003): 598-606. [doi]
  233. Deater-Deckard, K., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "The Development of Attitudes About Physical Punishment: An 8-Year Longitudinal Study." Journal of Family Psychology 17 (2003): 351-360. [doi]
  234. Keiley, M.K., Lofthouse, N., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "Differential Risk Factors in Covarying and Pure Components in Mother and Teacher Reports of Externalizing and Internalizing Behavior Across Ages 5 to 14." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 31.3 (2003): 267-283. [doi]
  235. McCarty, C.A., McMahon, R.J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Mediators of the Relation Between Maternal Depressive Symptoms and Child Internalizing and Disruptive Behavior Disorders." Journal of Family Psychology 17.4 (2003): 545-556. [doi]
  236. Dodge, K.A.. "Preventing Aggressive Behavior Early in Life." Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development Encyclopedia of Social and Emotional Development. Ed. R. dev Peters 2003
  237. Dodge, K.A.. "Do Social Information Processing Patterns Mediate Aggressive Behavior?." Causes of Conduct Disorder and Juvenille Delinquency. Ed. B. Lahey, T. Moffitt, & A. Caspi New York: Guilford Press, 2003: 254-274.
  238. Bates, J.E., Alexander, D., Oberlander, S., Dodge, K.A., and Petit, G.S.. "Antecedents of Sexual Activity at Ages 16 and 17 in a Community Sample Followed from Age 5." Sexual Development. Ed. J. Bancroft Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003: 206-237.
  239. McMahon, R.J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The Prevention of Conduct Problems Using Targeted and Universal Interventions: The FAST Track Program." Prevention of Conduct Disorder. Ed. D. Offord New York: Cambridge, in press
  240. Flanagan, K.S., Bierman, K.L., Kam, C-M., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Identifying at-risk children at school entry: The usefulness of multibehavioral problems profiles." Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 32 (2003): 396-407. [doi]
  241. Hill, L.G., Lochman, J.E., Coie, J.D., Greenberg, M.T., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Effectiveness of early screening for externalizing problems: Issues of screening accuracy and utility." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 72 (2004): 809-820. [doi]
  242. Dodge, K.A.. "Public policy and the 'discovery' of girls' aggressive behavior." Aggression, antisocial behavior, and violence among girls: A developmental perspective. Ed. M. Putallaz and K.L. Bierman Guilford Press, 2004: 302-311.
  243. Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A. (Eds.). "Violent Children: Bridging Development , Intervention, and Public Policy." Developmental Psychology (Special Issue) 39.2 (2003). [doi]
  244. Henry, D.B., Farrell, A.D., & the Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "The study designed by a committee: Design of the Multisite Violence Prevention Project." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 26 (2004): 12-19. [available here]
  245. Meyer, A.L., Allison, K.W., Reese, L.E., Gay, F.N., & The Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "Choosing to be violence free in middle school: The student component of the GREAT Schools and Families Universal Program.." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 26 (2004): 20-28. [available here]
  246. Miller-Johnson, S., Sullivan, T.N., Simon, T.R., & The Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "Evaluating the impact of interventions in the Multisite Violence Prevention Study: Samples, procedures, and measures." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 26 (2004): 48-61. [available here]
  247. Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "The Multisite Violence Prevention Project: Background and overview." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 26 (2004): 3-11. [doi]
  248. Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "Lessons learned in the Multisite Violence Prevention Project collaboration: Big questions require large efforts." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 26 (2004): 62-71. [doi]
  249. Orpinas, P., Horne, A.M., & the Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "A teacher-focused approach to prevent and reduce students' aggressive behavior: The GREAT Teacher Program." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 26 (2004): 29-38. [available here]
  250. Smith, E.P., Gorman-Smith, D., Quinn, W.H., Rabiner, D.L., Tolan, P.H., Winn, D-M., & the Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "Community-based multiple family groups to prevent and reduce violent and aggressive behavior: The GREAT Families Program." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 26 (2004): 39-47. [doi]
  251. Bierman, K.L., Bruschi, C., Domitrovich, C., Fang, G.Y., Miller-Johnson, S., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Researach Group. "Early disruptive behaviors associated with emerging antisocial behavior among girls." Aggression, antisocial behavior, and violence among girls: A developmental perspective. Ed. M Putallaz and K.L. Bierman Guilford Press, 2004: 137-161.
  252. Dodge, K.A., & Rabiner, D.L.. "Returning to roots: On social information processing and moral development." Child Development 75.4 (2004): 1003-1008. [doi]
  253. Hill, N.E., Castellino, D.R., Lansford, J.E., Nowlin, P., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Parent-academic involvement as related to school behavior, achievement, and aspirations: Demographic variations across adolescence." Child Development 75.5 (2004): 1491-1509. [doi]
  254. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The effects of the Fast Track Program on serious problem outcomes at the end of elementary school." Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 33 (2004): 650-661. (K.A. Dodge is a member of the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group.) [doi]
  255. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group, Rhule, D., Vitaro, F., & Vachon, J.. "La prevention des problemes de comportement chez les enfants: le modele de Fast Track." Revue de psychoeducation 33.1 (2004): 177-203. (K.A. Dodge is a member of The Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group)
  256. Kupersmidt, J., & Dodge, K.A. (Eds.). Children’s peer relations: From development to intervention to policy: A festschrift to honor John D. Coie. Edited by J. Kupersmidt & K.A. Dodge. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2004.
  257. Lansford, J.E., Deater-Deckard, K., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Ethnic differences in the link between physical discipline and later adolescent externalizing behaviors." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 45.4 (2004): 801-812. [doi]
  258. Malone, P.S., Lansford, J.E., Castellino, D. R., Berlin, L.J., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "Divorce and child behavior problems: Applying latent change score models to life event data." Structural Equation Modeling 11.3 (2004): 401-423. [doi]
  259. Rabiner, D.L., Malone, P.S., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. ""The Impact of Tutoring on Early Reading Achievement for Children with and Without Attention Problems." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 32.3 (2004): 273-284. [doi]
  260. Foster, E.M., Fang, G.Y., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Estimated Intervention Impact and Alternative Methods for Handling Attrition." Evaluation Review 28 (2004): 434-464.
  261. McCarty, C., McMahon, R.J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Domains of risk in the developmental continuity of fire setting." Behavior Therapy 36 (2005): 185-195. [doi]
  262. Kaplow, J.B., Dodge, K.A., Amaya-Jackson, L., & Saxe, G.N.. "Pathways to PTSD Part II: Sexually abused children." American Journal of Psychiatry 162.7 (2005): 1305-1310. [doi]
  263. Dodge, K.A.. "The nature-nurture debate and public policy." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 50.4 (2004): 418-427. (Reprinted in G. W. Ladd (Ed.) (2005). Appraising past, present, and prospective research agendas in the human developmental sciences. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press.) [doi]
  264. Berlin, L.J., & Dodge, K.A.. "Relations among relationships. Invited commentary on "Child abuse and neglect and adult intimate relationships: A prospective study"." Child Abuse and Neglect 28 (2004): 1127-1132. [doi]
  265. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The Fast Track experiment: Translating the developmental model into a prevention design." Children's Peer Relations: From Development to Intervention. Ed. J.B. Kupersmidt & K.A. Dodge American Psychological Association, 2004: 181-208.
  266. Dodge, K.A., Berlin, L.J., Epstein, M., Spitz Roth, A., O'Donnell, K., Kaufman, M., Amaya-Jackson, L., Rosch, J., & Christopoulos, C.. "The Durham Family Initiative: A Preventive System of Care." Child Welfare 83.2 (2004): 109-128. [available here]
  267. McLoyd, V.C., Dodge, K.A., & Hill, N.E.. "Introduction: Ecological and cultual diversity in African American family life." Emerging Issues in African American Family Life: Context, Adaptation, and Policy. Ed. V.C. McLoyd, N.E., Hill, & K.A. Dodge Guilford Press, 2005: 3-20.
  268. Dodge, K.A., McLoyd, V.C., & Lansford, J.E.. "The cultural context of physically disciplining children." Emerging Issues in African American Family Life: Context, Adaptation, and Policy. Ed. V.C. McLoyd, N.E. Hill, & K.A. Dodge Guilford Press, 2005: 245-263.
  269. Jaffee, S.R., Caspi, A., Moffitt, T.E., Dodge, K.A., Rutter, M., Taylor, A., & Tully, L.A.. "Nature x nurture: Genetic vulnerabilities interact with physical maltreatment to promote conduct problems." Development and Psychopathology 17 (2005): 67-84. [doi]
  270. McLoyd, V.C., Hill, N.E., & Dodge, K.A. (Eds.). Emerging issues in African American family life: Context, adaptation, and policy. NY: Guilford Press, 2005.
  271. Lavalee, K.L., Bierman, K.L., Nix, R.L., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The impact of first grade "Friendship Group" experiences on child social outcomes in the Fast Track Program." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 33.3 (2005): 307-324. [doi]
  272. Laird, R.D., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Peer relationship antecedents of delinquent behavior in late adolescence: Is there evidence of demographic group differences in developmental processes?." Development and Psychopathology 17 (2005): 1-18. [doi]
  273. Gifford-Smith, M., Dodge, K.A., Dishion, T.J., & McCord, J.. "Peer influence in children and adolescents: Crossing the bridge between developmental and intervention science." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 33.3 (2005): 255-265. [doi]
  274. Foster, E.M., Jones, D.E., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "The high costs of aggression: Public expenditures resulting from conduct disorder." American Journal of Public Health 95 (2005): 1767-1772. [doi]
  275. Nix, R.L., Pinderhughes, E.E., Bierman, K.L., Maples, J.J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Decoupling the relation between risk factors for conduct problems and the receipt of intervention services: Participation across multiple components of a prevention program." Journal of Community Psychology 36 (2005): 307-325. [doi]
  276. Schulting, A.B., Malone, P.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "The effect of school-based kindergarten-transition policies and practices on child academic outcomes." Developmental Psychology 41.6 (2005): 860-871. [doi]
  277. Vitale, J.E., Newman, J.P., Bates, J.E., Goodnight, J.A., Dodge, K.A., & Petit, G.S.. "Deficient behavioral inhibition and anomalous selective attention in a community sample of adolescents with psychopathic and low-anxiety traits." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 33.4 (2005): 461-470. [doi]
  278. Deater-Deckard, K., Dodge, K.A., & Sorbing, E.. "Cultural differences in the effects of physical punishment." Ethnicity and causal mechanisms. Ed. M. Rutter and M. Tienda Cambridge University Press, 2005: 204-226.
  279. Dishion, T.J., and Dodge, K.A.. "Peer contagion in interventions for children and adolescents: Moving towards an understanding of the ecology and dynamics of change." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 33.3 (2005): 395-400. [doi]
  280. Tolan, P.H. & Dodge, K.A.. "Children's mental health as a primary care and concern: A system for comprehensive support and service." American Psychologist 60.6 (2005): 601-614. [doi]
  281. Dodge, K.A.. "Risk and protection in the perpetration of child abuse." North Carolina Medical Journal 66.5 (2005): 367-369. [16323584]
  282. Lansford, J.E., Chang, L., Dodge, K.A.,, Malone, P.S., Oburu, P., Palmerus, K., Bacchini, D., Pastorelli, C., Bombi, A.S., Zelli, A., Tapanya, S., Chaudhary, N., Deater-Deckard, K., Manke, B., Quinn, N.. "Physical discipline and children's adjustment: Cultural normativeness as a moderator." Child Development 76.6 (2005): 1234-1246. (Included in the Society for Research in Child Development’s Top Ten Download List for 2005-06, with 1,384 downloads.) [doi]
  283. Raine, A., Dodge, K.A.,Loeber, R., Gatzke-Kopp, L., Lynam, D., Reynolds, C., Stouthamer-Loeber, M., & Liu, J.. "The Reactive-Proactive Aggression (RPQ) Questionnaire: Differential correlates of reactive and proactive aggression in adolescent boys." Aggressive Behavior 32.2 (2005): 159-171. [doi]
  284. Ingoldsby, E.M., Kohl, G.O., McMahon, R.J., Lengua, L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Conduct problems, depressive symptomatology and their co-occurring presentation in childhood as predictors of adjustment in early adolescence." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 34 (2006): 603-621. [doi]
  285. Erath, S.A., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Aggressive marital conflict, maternal harsh punishment, and child aggressive-disruptive behavior: Evidence for direct and mediated relations." Journal of Family Psychology 20 (2006): 217-226. [doi]
  286. Fontaine, R.G., & Dodge, K.A.. "Real-time decision making and aggressive behavior in youth: A heuristic model of response evaluation and decision (RED)." Aggressive Behavior 32 (2006): 604-624. [doi]
  287. Lansford, J.E., Malone, P.S., Stevens, K.I., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Petit, G.S.. "Developmental trajectories of externalizing and internalizing behaviors: Factors underlying resilience in physically abused children." Development and Psychpathology 18.1 (2006): 35-55. [doi]
  288. Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., Holtzworth-Monroe, A., Marshall, A.D., Harach, L.D., Cleary, D.J., & Dodge, K.A.. "Aggression and insecurity in late-adolescent romantic relationships: Antecedents and developmental pathways." Developmental contexts in middle childhood: Bridges to adolescence and adulthood. Ed. A.C. Huston & M.N. Ripke New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006: 41-61.
  289. Dodge, K.A., Dishion, T.J., & Lansford, J.E. (Eds.). Deviant peer influences in programs for youth: Problems and solutions. Guilford Press, 2006.
  290. Dishion, T.J., & Dodge, K.A.. "Deviant peer contagion in interventions and programs: An ecological framework for understanding influence mechanisms." Deviant peer influences in programs for youth: Problems and solutions. Ed. K.A. Dodge, T.J. Dishion, & J.E. Lansford Guilford Press, 2006: 14-43.
  291. Dishion, T.J., Dodge, K.A., & Lansford, J.E.. "Findings and recommendations: A blueprint to minimize deviant peer influence in youth interventions and programs." Deviant peer influences in programs for youth: Problems and solutions. Ed. K.A. Dodge, T.J. Dishion, & J.E. Lansford Guilford Press, 2006: 366-394.
  292. Dodge, K.A., Lansford, J.E., & Dishion, T.J.. "The problem of deviant peer influences in intervention programs." Deviant peer influences in programs for youth: Problems and solutions. Ed. K.A. Dodge, T.J. Dishion, & J.E. Lansford Guilford Press, 2006: 3-13.
  293. Dodge, K.A., & Sherrill, M.R.. "Deviant peer group effects in youth mental health interventions." Deviant peer influences in programs for youth: Problems and solutions. Ed. K.A. Dodge, T.J. Dishion, & J.E. Lansford Guilford Press, 2006: 97-121.
  294. Dodge, K.A., Malone, P.S., Lansford, J.E., Miller-Johnson, S., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Toward a dynamic developmental model of the role of parents and peers in early onset substance use." Families count: Effects on child and adolescent development. Ed. A. Clarke-Stewart and J. Dunn Cambridge University Press, 2006: 104-134. [doi]
  295. Thomas, D.E., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems PreventionResearch Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "The impact of classroom aggression on the development of aggressive behavior problems in children." Development and Psychopathology 18 (2006): 471-487. [doi]
  296. Yechiam, E., Goodnight, J., Bates, J.E., Busemeyer, J.R., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Newman, J.P.. "A formal cognitive model of the Go/No-Go discrimination task: Evaluation and implications." Psychological Assessment 18.3 (2006): 239-249. [doi]
  297. Milan, S., Pinderhughes, E.E., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Family instability and child maladjustment trajectories during elementary school." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 34 (2006): 43-56. [doi]
  298. Foster, E.M., Jones, D.E., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Can a costly intervention be cost-effective? An analysis of violence prevention." Archives of General Psychiatry 63 (2006): 1284-1291. [doi]
  299. Bierman, K.L., Nix, R.L., Maples, J.J., Murphy, S.A., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Examining the use of clinical judgment in the context of an adaptive intervention design: The Fast Track prevention program." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 74.3 (2006): 468-481. [doi]
  300. Orrell-Valente, J.K., Hill, L.G., Brechwald, W.A., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. ""Just three more bites": An observational analysis of parents' socialization of children's eating at mealtime." Appetite (in press). [doi]
  301. Caprara, G.V., Dodge, K.A., Pastorelli, C., Zelli, A., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The effects of marginal deviations on behavioral development." European Psychologist 2006 11.2 (2006): 79-89. [doi]
  302. Goodnight, J.A., Bates, J.E., Newman, J.P., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "The interactive influences of friend deviance and reward dominance on the development of externalizing behavior during middle adolescence." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 34 (2006): 573-583. [doi]
  303. Nix, R.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Improving parental involvement: Evaluating treatment effects in the Fast Track Program." The Evaluation Exchange X (Winter 2004/2005): 5. [pdf]
  304. Lansford, J.E., Malone, P.S., Castellino, D.R., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Trajectories of internalizing, externalizing, and grades for children who have and have not experienced their parents' divorce or separation." Journal of Family Psychology 20.2 (2006): 292-301. [doi]
  305. Dodge, K.A., Coie, J.D., & Lynam, D.. "Aggression and antisocial behavior in youth." Handbook of Child Psychology, Vol. 3: Social, Emotional, and Personality Development. Ed. W. Damon (Series Ed.), & N. Eisenberg (Vol. Ed.) 6th editionWiley, 2006: 719-788.
  306. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "The Fast Track Project: Toward the prevention of severe conduct problems in school-aged youth.." Strengthening families: different evidence-based approaches to support child mental health.. Ed. N. Heinrichs, K. Hahlweg, & M. Dopfner Psychotherapie Verlag, 2006: 439-477.
  307. Dodge, K.A.. "Professionalizing the practice of public policy in the prevention of violence." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 34.4 (2006): 475-479. [doi]
  308. Dodge, K.A.. "Translational science in action: Hostile attributional style and the development of aggressive behavior problems." Development and Psychopathology 18 (2006): 791-814. [doi]
  309. Lansford, J.E., Malone, P.S., Dodge, K.A., Crozier, J.C., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "A 12-year prospective study of patterns of social information processing problems and externalizing behaviors." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 34.5 (2006): 715-724. [doi]
  310. K.A. Dodge. Review of book: Dynamic assessment in practice: Clinical and educational applications.  Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology 6.2 (2007): 313-315.
  311. Goodnight, J.A., Bates, J.E., Staples, A.D., Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Temperamental resistance to control increases the association between sleep problems and externalizing behavior development." Journal of Family Psychology 21.1 (2007): 39-48. [doi]
  312. Caprara, G. V., Dodge, K. A., Pastorelli, C., & Zelli, A.. "How marginal deviations sometimes grow into serious aggression." Child Development Perspectives 1.1 (2007): 33-39. [doi]
  313. Muschkin, C.G., Malone, P. S., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Multiple Teacher Ratings: An evaluation of measurement strategies." Educational Research and Evaluation 13.1 (2007): 71-86. [doi]
  314. The Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "The Fast Track randomized controlled trial to prevent externalizing psychiatric disorders: Findings from grades 3 to 9." Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 46.10 (2007): 1250-1262. [doi]
  315. Hillemeier, M., Foster, E.M., Heinrichs, B., Heier, B., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Racial differences in the measurement of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder behaviors." Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 28 (2007): 353-361. [doi]
  316. Pettit, G.S., Keiley, M.K., Laird, R.D., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Predicting the developmental course of mother-reported monitoring across childhood and adolescence from early proactive parenting, child temperament, and parents' worries." Journal of Family Psychology 21 (2007): 206-217. [doi]
  317. Lansford, J.E., Miller-Johnson, S., Berlin, L.J., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Early physical abuse and later violent delinquency: A prospective longitudinal study." Child Maltreatment 12.3 (2007): 233-245. [233.full.pdf+html]
  318. Lansford, J.E., Capanna, C., Dodge, K.A., Caprara, G.V., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Pastorelli, C.. "Peer social preference and depressive symptoms of children in Italy and the Uni ted States." International Journal of Behavioral Development 31.3 (2007): 274-283. [doi]
  319. Winn, D.C., Newall, E., Coie, J.D., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Fast Track morphs into OnTrack: The dissemination of a conduct prevention program in Manchester, England." Child and Family Policy Review 3.1 (2007): 7-10. [8001]
  320. Dodge, K.A., & Sherrill, M.R.. "The interaction of nature and nurture in antisocial behavior." The Cambridge Handbook of Violent Behavior. Ed. D. Flannery, A. Vazonsyi, & I. Waldman Cambridge University Press, 2007: 215-242.
  321. Dodge, K.A.. "The nature-nurture debate and public policy." Appraising the human developmental sciences: Essays in honor of Merrill-Palmer Quarterly. Ed. G. Ladd Wayne State University, 2007: 262-271.
  322. Laird, R.D., Criss, M.M., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Developmental trajectories and antecedents of distal parental supervision." Journal of Early Adolescence 29.2 (2009): 258-284. [doi]
  323. Kenny, D.A., West, T.V., Cillessen, A.H.N., Coie, J.D., Dodge, K.A., Hubbard, J.A., & Schwartz, D.. "Accuracy in judgments of aggressiveness." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33.9 (2007): 1225-1236. [doi]
  324. Dodge, K.A.. "Framing public policy and prevention of chronic violence in American youth." American Psychologist 63.7 (2008): 573-590. [doi]
  325. Crozier, J.C., Dodge, K.A., Fontaine, R.G., Lansford, J.E., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Levenson, R.W.. "Social information processing and cardiac predictors of adolescent antisocial behavior." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 117.2 (2008): 253-267. [doi]
  326. Fite, J.E., Bates, J.E., Holtzworth-Munroe, A., Dodge, K.A., Nay, S.Y., & Pettit, G.S.. "Social information processing mediates the intergenerational transmission of aggressiveness in romantic relationships." Journal of Family Psychology 22.3 (2008): 367-376. [doi]
  327. Dodge, K.A., Greenberg, M.T., Malone, P.S., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Testing an idealized dynamic cascade model of the development of serious violence in adolescence." Child Development 79 (2008): 1907-1927. [doi]
  328. Kaplow, J.B., Hall, E., Koenen, K.C., Dodge, K.A., & Amaya-Jackson, L.. "Dissociation predicts later attention problems in sexually abused children." Child Abuse and Neglect 32 (2008): 261-275. [doi]
  329. Slough, N. M., McMahon, R. J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group, K.A. Dodge, member. "Preventing serious conduct problems in school-age youth: The Fast Track Program." Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 15 (2008): 3-17. [doi]
  330. Dodge, K.A.. "On the meaning of meaning when being mean: Commentary on Berkowitz's "On the consideration of automatic as well as controlled psychological processes in aggression"." Aggressive Behavior 34 (2008): 133-135. [doi]
  331. Fite, J. E., Goodnight, J. A., Bates, J. E., Dodge, K. A., & Pettit, G. S.. "Adolescent aggression and social cognition in context: Impulsivity as a moderator of predictions from social information processing." Aggressive Behavior 34 (2008): 511-520. [doi]
  332. Fontaine, R.G., Yang, C., Dodge, K.A., Bates, J.E., & Pettit, G.S.. "Testing an individual systems model of Response Evaluation and Decision (RED) and antisocial behavior across adolescence." Child Development 79.2 (2008): 462-475. [doi]
  333. Stearns, E, Dodge, K.A., Nicholson, M., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Peer contextual influences on the growth of authority acceptance problems in early elementary school." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 54.2 (2008): 208-231. [doi]
  334. Laird, R. D., Criss, M.M., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Parents' monitoring knowledge attenuates the link between antisocial friends and adolescent delinquent behavior." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36 (2008): 299-310. [doi]
  335. Schwartz, D., Gorman, A.H., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Friendships with peers who are low or high in aggression as moderators of the link between peer victimization and declines in academic functioning." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36 (2008): 719-730. [doi]
  336. Schofield, H.L.T., Bierman, K.L., Heinrichs, B., Nix, R.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "Predicting early sexual activity with behavior problems exhibited at school entry and in preadolescence." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36 (2008): 1175-1188. [doi]
  337. Dick DM, Latendresse SJ, Budde J, Goate A, Lansford JE, Dodge KA, Pettit GS, Bates JE. "Genetic Influences on Developmental Trajectories of Externalizing Behavior: Data from the Child Development Project." BEHAVIOR GENETICS 38.6 (2008): 621-622. [doi]
  338. Latendresse SJ, Budde J, Goate A, Lansford JE, Dodge KA, Pettit GS, Bates JE, Dick DM. "Genotypic associations with externalizing trajectories: Examining moderation by adverse socialization environments." BEHAVIOR GENETICS 38.6 (2008): 634-635. [doi]
  339. Lansford, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Cultural norms for adult corporal punishment of children and societal rates of endorsement and use of violence." Parenting: Science and Practice 8 (2008): 257-270. [doi]
  340. Lansford, J.E., Erath, S., Yu, T., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "The developmental course of illicit substance use from age 12 to 22: Links with depressive, anxiety, and behavior disorders at age 18." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 49 (): 877-885. [doi]
  341. Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Effects of physical maltreatment on the development of peer relations (Reprint)." Abnormal Child Psychology. Ed. E. Mash & D. Wolfe Wadsworth Press, 2008
  342. Goodnight, J.A., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Parents' campaigns to reduce their children's conduct problems: Interactions with temperamental resistance to control." European Journal of Developmental Science 2.1/2 (2008): 100-119. [8000]
  343. Pinderhughes, E.E., Hurley, S., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group, (K.A. Dodge, member). "Disentangling ethnic and contextual influences among parents raising youth in high-risk communities." Applied Developmental Science 12.4 (2008): 211-219. [doi]
  344. Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "The Multisite Violence Prevention Project: Impact of a universal school-based violence prevention program on social-cognitive outcomes." Prevention Science 9.4 (2008): 231-244. [doi]
  345. Dick, D.M., Latendresse, S.J., Lansford, J.E., Budde, J.P., Goate, A., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "The role of GABRA2 in trajectories of externalizing behavior across development and evidence of moderation by parental monitoring." Archives of General Psychiatry 66 (2009): 649-657.. [doi]
  346. Nix, R.L., Bierman, K.L., McMahon, R.J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group (K.A. Dodge, member). "How attendance and quality of therapeutic engagement affect treatment response in parent behavior management training." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 77 (2009): 429-438. [doi]
  347. The Multisite Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "The ecological effects of universal and selective violence prevention programs for middle school students: A randomized trial." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 77.3 (2009): 526-542.. [doi]
  348. Dodge, K.A.. "Community intervention and public policy in the prevention of antisocial behavior." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 50 (2009): 194-200. [doi]
  349. Miller-Johnson, S., Gorman-Smith, D., Sullivan, T., Orpinas, P., & the Multi-site Violence Prevention Project (K.A. Dodge, member). "Parent and peer predictors of physical dating violence perpetration in early adolescence: Tests of moderation and gender differences." Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 38.4 (2009): 535-550. [doi]
  350. Fontaine, R. G., Yang, C., Burks, V.S., Dodge, K.A., Price, J.M., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Loneliness as a partial mediator of the relation between low social preference in childhood and anxious/depressed symptoms in adolescence." Development and Psychopathology 21 (2009): 479-491. [doi]
  351. Jones, D., Foster, E.M., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Service use patterns for adolescents with ADHD and comorbid conduct disorder." Journal of Behavioral Health Service and Research 36.4 (2009): 436-449. [doi]
  352. Prinstein, M.J., & Dodge, K.A.. Understanding Peer Influence in Children and Adolescents. Guilford Press, 2008.
  353. Dodge, K.A., Malone, P.S., Lansford, J.E., Miller, S., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. A Dynamic Cascade Model of the Development of Substance-Use Onset. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development.  In press.
  354. Lansford, J.E., Criss, M., Dodge, K.A., Shaw, D., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Trajectories of physical discipline: Early childhood antecedents and developmental outcomes." Child Development 80.5 (2009): 1385-1402. [doi]
  355. Berlin, L.J., Appleyard, K., & Dodge, K.A.. "Intergenerational continuity in child maltreatment: Mediating mechanisms and implications for prevention." Child Development (In press).
  356. Daro, D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Creating community responsibility for child protection: Possibilities and challenges." The Future of Children 19 (2009): 67-97. [doi]
  357. Dodge, K.A.. "Mechanisms of gene-environment interaction effects in the development of conduct disorder." Perspectives in Psychological Science 4 (2009): 408-414. [doi]
  358. Erath, S.A., Keiley, M.K., Pettit, G.S., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Behavioral predictors of mental health service utilization in childhood through adolescence." Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 30 (2009): 481-488. [doi]
  359. Erath, S.A., Pettit, G.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Who dislikes whom, and for whom does it matter: Predicting aggression in middle childhood." Social Development 18 (2009): 577-596. [doi]
  360. Fontaine, R.G., Yang, C., Dodge, K.A., Pettis, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Development of response evaluation and decision (RED) and antisocial behavior in childhood and adolescence." Developmental Psychology 45 (2009): 447-459.
  361. Pettit, G.S., Yu, T., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "A developmental process analysis of cross-generational continuity in educational attainment." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 55.3 (2009): 250-284. [InboundService.do]
  362. Coleman, D.L., Dodge, K.A., & Campbell, S.K.. "Where and how to draw the line between reasonable corporal punishment and abuse." Law and Contemporary Problems 73 (2010).
  363. Lansford, J.E., Dishion, T.J., & Dodge, K.A.. "Deviant peer clustering and influence within public school settings: Inadvertent negative outcomes from traditional professional practices." Interventions for achievement and behavior in a three-tier model including response to intervention (In press).
  364. Fontaine, R.G., & Dodge, K.A.. "Social Information Processing and Aggressive Behavior: A Transactional Perspective." The Transactional Model of Development: How Children and Contexts Shape Each Other. Ed. Sameroff, A.J. American Psychological Association, 2009
  365. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Fast Track intervention effects on youth arrests and delinquency." Journal of Experimental Criminology 6 (2010): 131-157. [doi]
  366. Pettit, G.S., Lansford, J.E., Malone, P.S., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Domain specificity in relationship history, social-information processing, and violent behavior in early adulthood." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 98.2 (2010): 190-200. [doi]
  367. Dodge, K.A., & McCourt, S.N.. "Translating models of antisocial behavioral development into efficacious intervention policy to prevent adolescent violence." Developmental Psychobiology 52.3 (2010): 277-285. [doi]
  368. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The effects of a multi-year universal social-emotional learning program: The role of student and school characteristics." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 78.2 (2010): 156-168. [doi]
  369. Coleman, D.L., Bradley, K.W., & Dodge, K.A.. Corporal Punishment: A Special Symposium Issue. Law and Contemporary Problems.73  2010.
  370. Lansford, J.E., Yu, T., Erath, S., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A.. "Developmental precursors of number of sexual partners from age 16 to 22." Journal of Research on Adolescence 20 (2010): 651-677. [doi]
  371. Fontaine, R. G., Yang, C., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Development of response evaluation and decision (RED) and antisocial behavior in childhood and adolescence." Developmental Psychology 38 (2010): 615-626. [doi]
  372. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The difficulty of maintaining positive intervention effects: A look at disruptive behavior, deviant peer relations, and social skills during the middle school years." Journal of Early Adolescence 30 (2010): 593-624. [doi]
  373. Edwards, A.C., Dodge, K.A., Latendresse, S.J., Lansford, J.E., Bates, J.E., Pettis, G.S., Budde, J.P., Goate, A.M., & Dick, D.M.. "MAOA uVNTR and early physical discipline interact to influence delinquent behavior." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 51.6 (2010): 679-687. [Gateway.cgi]
  374. Gershoff, E.T., Grogan-Kaylor, A., Lansford, J.E., Chang, L., Zelli, A., Deater-Deckard, K., & Dodge, K.A.. "Parent discipline practices in an international sample: Associations with child behaviors and moderation by perceived normativeness." Child Development 81 (2010): 480-495. [doi]
  375. Jones, D., Godwin, J., Dodge, K.A., Bierman, K., Coie, J.D., Greenberg, M., Lochman, J.E., McMahon, R.J., & Pinderhughes, E.. "Impact of the Fast Track Prevention Program on Health Services Use by Conduct-Problem Youth." Pediatrics 125 (2010): 130-136. [doi]
  376. Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Does physical abuse in early childhood predict substance use in adolescence and early adulthood?." Child Maltreatment 15 (2010): 190-194. [doi]
  377. Lansford, J.E., Malone, P.S., Dodge, K.A., Chang, L., Chaudhary, N., Tapanya, S., Oburu, P., & Deater-Deckard, K.. "Children's perceptions of maternal hostility as a mediator of the link between discipline and children's adjustment in four countries." International Journal of Behavioral Development 34.5 (2010): 452-461. [doi]
  378. Lanza, S.T., Rhoades, B.L., Nix, R.L., Greenberg, M.T., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Modeling the interplay of multilevel risk factors for future academic and behavior problems: A person-centered approach." Development and Psychopathology 22 (2010): 313-335. [doi]
  379. Yu, T., Pettit, G.S., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "The interactive effects of marital conflict and divorce on parent-adult children's relationships." Journal of Marriage and Family 72 (2010): 282-292. [doi]
  380. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The Fast Track Project: The prevention of severe conduct problems in school-age youth." Handbook of clinical assessment and treatment of conduct problems in youth. Ed. R.C. Murrihy, A.D. Kidman, & T.H. Ollendick Springer, 2010
  381. Lansford, J.E., Malone, P.S., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "Developmental cascades of peer rejection, social information processing biases, and aggression during middle school." Development and Psychopathology 22 (2010): 593-602. [doi]
  382. Donahue, K.L., D'Onofrio, B.M., Bates, J.E., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "Early exposure to parents' relationship instability: Implications for sexual behavior and depression in adolescence." Journal of Adolescent Health 47 (2010): 547-554. [doi]
  383. Wu, J., Witkiewitz, K., McMahon, R.J., Dodge, K.A., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "A parallel process growth mixture model of conduct problems and substance use with risky sexual behavior." Drug and Alcohol Dependence 111 (2010): 207-214. [doi]
  384. Miller, S., Malone, P., Dodge, K.A., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Developmental trajectories of boys' and girls' delinquency: Sex differences and links to later adolescent outcomes." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 38 (2010): 1021-1032. [doi]
  385. McMahon, R.J., Witkiewitz, K., Kotler, J.S., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Predictive validity of callous-unemotional traits measured in early adolescence with respect to multiple antisocial outcomes." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 119 (2010): 752-763. [doi]
  386. Lansford, J.E., Alampay, L., Bacchini, D., Bombi, A.S., Bornstein, M.H., Chang, L., Deater-Deckard, K., Dodge, K.A., Oburu, P., Pastorelli, C., Runyan, D.K., Sorbring, E., Tapanya, S., Zelli, A., Skinner, A.T., Al-Hassan, S., Uribe Tirado, L.M.. "Corporal Punishment of Children in Nine Countries as a Function of Child Gender and Parent Gender." International Journal of Pediatrics (2010): 1-12. [doi]
  387. K.A. Dodge. Current directions in child psychopathology. Allyn & Bacon, 2010. [page]
  388. Dodge, K.A.. Book review: The Handbook of Clinical Child Neuropsychology, 3rd edition. ed. Edited by Cecil R. Reynolds and Elaine Fletcher-Janzen. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 72.5 (2011): 726.
  389. Thomas, D.E., Bierman, K.L., Thompson, C., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Double jeopardy: Child and school characteristics that undermine school readiness and predict disruptive behavior at school entry." School Psychology Review (In press). [7998]
  390. McGowan, H., Nix, R.L., Murphy, S.A., Bierman, K.L., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Investigating the impact of selection bias in dose-response analyses of preventive interventions." Prevention Science 11 (2010): 239-251. [doi]
  391. Rosanbalm, K.D., Dodge, K.A., Murphy, R., O’Donnell, K., Christopoulos, C., Williams Gibb, S., Appleyard, K., & Daro, D.. "Evaluation of a collaborative community-based child maltreatment prevention initiative." Protecting Children 25.4 (2010): 8-23. [7999]
  392. Berlin, L.J., Dunning, R., & Dodge, K.A.. "Enhancing the transition to kindergarten: A randomized trial to test the efficacy of the “Stars” summer kindergarten orientation program." Early Childhood Research Quarterly 26 (2011): 247-254. [doi]
  393. Thomas, D.E., Bierman, K.L., Power, C.J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The influence of classroom aggression and classroom climate on the early development of aggressive-disruptive behavior problems in school." Child Development 82.3 (2011): 751-757. [7997]
  394. Berlin, L.J., Appleyard, K., & Dodge, K.A.. "Intergenerational continuity in child maltreatment: Mediating mechanisms and implications for prevention." Child Development 82.1 (2011): 162-176. [doi]
  395. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The effects of the Fast Track preventive intervention on the development of conduct disorder across childhood." Child Development 82.1 (2011): 331-345. [doi]
  396. Dodge, K.A.. "Context matters in child and family policy." Child Development 82.1 (2011): 433-442. [doi]
  397. Lansford, J.E., Criss, M.M., Laird, R.D., Shaw, D.S., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K A.. "Reciprocal relations between parents’ physical discipline and children’s externalizing behavior during middle childhood and adolescence." Development and Psychopathology 23 (2011): 225-238. [doi]
  398. Appleyard, K., Berlin, L.J., Rosanbalm, K., & Dodge, K.A.. "Preventing early child maltreatment: Implications from a longitudinal study of maternal abuse history, substance use problems, and offspring victimization." Prevention Science 12 (2011): 139-149. [doi]
  399. K.A. Dodge. Review of the book: Handbook of Clinical Child Neuropsychology, 3rd ed, edited by Cecil R. Reynolds and Elaine Fletcher-Janzen.  Journal of Clinical Psychology 72.5 (2011): 726.
  400. Huang L, Malone PS, Lansford JE, Deater-Deckard K, Giunta LD, Bombi AS, Bornstein MH, Chang L, Dodge KA, et al.. "Measurement invariance of discipline in different cultural contexts." Family Science 2.3 (2011): 212-219. [doi]
  401. Kam, C., Greenberg, M.T., Bierman, K., & CPPRG (K. Dodge, member). "Maternal depressive symptoms and child social preference during the early school years: Mediation by maternal warmth and child emotion regulation." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 39 (2011): 365-377. [doi]
  402. Latendresse, S.J., Bates, J E., Goodnight, J A., Lansford, J.E., Budde, J.P., Goate, A., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Dick, D.M.. "Differential susceptibility to adolescent externalizing trajectories: Examining the interplay between CHRM2 and peer group antisocial behavior." Child Development 82 (2011): 1797-1814. [doi]
  403. Pettit, G.S., Erath, S.A., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Bates, J.E.. "Dimensions of social capital and life adjustment in the transition to early adulthood." International Journal of Behavioral Development 35 (2011): 482-489. [doi]
  404. Deater-Deckard, K., Lansford, J.E., Malone, P.S., Alampay, L.P., Sorbring, E., Bacchini, D., Bombi, A.S., Bornstein, M.H., Chang, L., Di Giunta, L., Dodge, K.A., Oburu, P., Pastorelli, C., Skinner, A.T., Tapanya, S., Tirado, L.M.U., Zelli, A., & Al-Hassan, S.M.. "The association between parental warmth and control in thirteen cultural groups." Journal of Family Psychology 25.5 (2011): 791-794. [doi]
  405. Lawrence, C.N., Rosanbalm, K.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Multiple Response System: Evaluation of Policy Change in North Carolina's Child Welfare System." Children and Youth Services Review 33.11 (2011): 2355-2365.
  406. Kupersmidt, J.B., Stelter, R., & Dodge, K.A.. "Development and validation of the social information processing application: A web-based measure of social information processing patterns in elementary school-age boys." Psychological Assessment (2011). (Advance online publication. Doi: 10.1037/a0023621) [doi]
  407. Lansford, J.E., Bornstein, M.H., Dodge, K.A., Skinner, A.T., Putnick, D.L., & Deater-Deckard, K.. "Attributions and Attitudes of Mothers and Fathers in the United States." Parenting: Science and Practice 11 (2011): 199-213. [doi]
  408. Dick, D.M., Meyers, J.L., Latendresse, S.J., Creemers, H.E., Lansford, J.E., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Budde, J., Goate, A., Buitelaar, J.K., Ormel, J., Verhulst, F.C., & Huizink, A.C.. "CHRM2, parental monitoring, and adolescent externalizing behavior: Evidence for gene-environment interaction." Psychological Science 22.4 (2011): 481-489. [doi]
  409. Dodge, K.A.. "Processes in the prevention of crime and delinquency." Controlling crime: Strategies and tradeoffs (pp.407-418). Ed. P. J. Cook, J. Ludwig, & J. McCrary (Eds.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011
  410. Dodge, K.A.. "Social information processing models of aggressive behavior." Understanding and reducing aggression, violence, and their consequences (pp. 165-186). Ed. M. Mikulncer & P.R. Shaver (Eds.) Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2011
  411. Kusche, C.A., Greenberg, M.T., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. Grade level PATHS (Grades1-2). South Deerfield, MA: Channing-Bete Co., 2011.
  412. Kusche, C.A., Greenberg, M.T., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Grou. Grade level PATHS (Grades3-4). South Deerfield, MA: Channing-Bete Co., 2011.
  413. Dodge, K.A., & Coleman, D.L. (Eds.). Preventing child maltreatment: Community approaches. New York: Guilford, 2009. [doi]
  414. Putnick, D.L., Bornstein, M.H., Lansford, J.E., Chang, L., Deater-Deckard, K., Di Giunta, L., Gurdal, S., Dodge, K.A., Malone, P.S., Oburu, P., Pastorelli, C., Skinner, A.T., Sorbring, E., Tapanya, S., Uribe Tirado, L.M., Zelli, Arnaldo, Alampay, L.P., Al-Hassan, S.M., Bacchini, D., & Bombi, A.S.. "Agreement in mother and father acceptance-rejection, warmth, and hostility/rejection/neglect of children across nine countries." Cross-Cultural Research (In press). [doi]
  415. Glennie, E.J., Bonneau, K., van Dellen, M., & Dodge, K.A.. "Addition by subtraction: The relation between dropout rates and school-level academic achievement." Teachers College Record (In press). [InboundService.do]
  416. Lawrence, N., Rosanbalm, K.D., & Dodge, K.A.. "Multiple Response System: Evaluation of Policy Change in North Carolina's Child Welfare System." Children and Youth Services Review 33.11 (2011): 2355-2365. [doi]
  417. Van IJzendoorn, M., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M., Belsky, J., Brody, G., Dodge, K.A., Greenberg, M., Posner, M., & Scott, S.. "Gene by Environment Experiments: A New Approach to Find Missing Heritability." Nature Reviews Genetics (In press). [doi]
  418. Wager, L., Lansford, J.E., Bates, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "Reasoning, denying privileges, yelling, and spanking: Ethnic differences and associations with child externalizing behavior." Parenting: Science and Practice (In press). [doi]
  419. Snyder, E.H., Lawrence, C.N., & Dodge, K.A.. "The impact of System of Care support in adherence to wraparound principles in child and family teams in child welfare in North Carolina." Children and Youth Services Review (In press). [doi]
  420. Shapiro, D.N., Kaplow, J.B., Amaya-Jackson, L., and Dodge, K.A.. "Behavioral Markers of Coping and Psychiatric Symptoms Among Sexually Abused Children." Journal of Traumatic Stress 25 (2012): 157-163. [doi]
  421. Lansford, J.E., Wager, L.B., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Forms of spanking and children’s externalizing behaviors." Family Relations 61 (2012): 224-236. [doi]
  422. Dodge KA, Mandel AD. "Building Evidence for Evidence-Based Policy Making.." Criminology & Public Policy 11.3 (2012): 525-534. [doi]
  423. Henry, D.B., Simon TR, Ikeda RM, Smith EP, Reese LE, Rabiner DL, Miller S, Winn D-M, Dodge KA, Asher SR, et al.. "Mediators of Effects of a Selective Family-Focused Violence Prevention Approach for Middle School Students." PREVENTION SCIENCE 13.1 (2012): 1-14. [doi]
  424. Dodge KA, Albert D. "Evolving science in adolescence: comment on Ellis et al. (2012)." Developmental Psychology 48.3 (2012): 624-627. [doi]
  425. Petersen IT, Bates JE, Goodnight JA, Dodge KA, Lansford JE, Pettit GS, Latendresse SJ, Dick DM. "Interaction between serotonin transporter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) and stressful life events in adolescents' trajectories of anxious/depressed symptoms." Developmental Psychology 48.5 (2012): 1463-1475. [doi]
  426. Lee SJ, Lansford JE, Pettit GS, Bates JE, Dodge KA. "Parental agreement of reporting parent to child aggression using the Conflict Tactics Scales." Child Abuse and Neglect 36.6 (2012): 510-518. [doi]
  427. Lansford, J.E., Skinner, A.T., Sorbring, E., di Guunta, L., Deater-Deckard, K., Dodge, K.A., et al.. "Boys’ and girls’ relational and physical aggression in nine countries." Aggressive Behavior 38 (2012): 298-308. [doi]
  428. National Research Council, Dodge, K.A. Reforming Juvenile Justice: A Developmental Approach. Edited by Committee on Assessing Juvenile Justice Reform, R. J. Bonnie, R. L. Johnson, B. M. Chemers, & J. A. Schuck. The National Academies Press, 2013.
  429. Bierman K.L., Coie, J., Dodge, K., Greenberg, M., Lochman, J., McMohan, R., … Conduct Problems Prevention. "School outcomes of aggressive-disruptive children: prediction from kindergarten risk factors and impact of the fast track prevention program." Aggressive Behavior 39 (2013): 114-130. [doi]
  430. Dodge, K.A., Godwin, J., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Social-information-processing patterns mediate the impact of preventive intervention on adolescent antisocial behavior." Psychological Science 24 (2013): 456-65. [doi]
  431. Berlin, L.J., Dodge, K.A., & Reznick, J.S.. "Examining pregnant women’s hostile attributions about infants as a predictor of offspring maltreatment.." Journal American Medical Association Pediatrics 167 (2013): 549-553. [doi]
  432. Dodge, K.A., Goodman, W.B., Murphy, R., O’Donnell, K., & Sato, J.. "Toward population impact from home visiting." Future of Children 33.3 (2013): 17-23. [available here]
  433. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Assessing findings from the Fast Track Study." . Journal of Experimental Criminology 9 (2013): 119-126. [10.1007%2Fs11292-013-9173-4#page-1]
  434. Lansford, J.E., Staples, A.D., Bates, J.E., Pettit, G.S., & Dodge, K.A.. "Trajectories of mothers’ discipline strategies and interparental conflict: Interrelated change during middle childhood." Journal of Family Communication 13 (2013): 178-195. [doi]
  435. Makin-Byrd, K., Bierman, K.L., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Individual and family predictors of the perpetration of dating violence and victimization in late adolescence." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 42 (2013): 536-550.
  436. Petersen, I. T., Bates, J. E., D'Onofrio, B. M., Coyne, C. A., Lansford, J. E., Dodge, K. A., … Van Hulle, C. "Language ability predicts the development of behavior problems in children." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 122 (2013): 542-557. [doi]
  437. Powers, C. J., Bierman, K. L., & Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "The multifaceted impact of peer relations on aggressive–disruptive behavior in early elementary school." Developmental Psychology 49 (2013): 1174–1186.
  438. Schwartz, D., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., & Bates, J.E.. "The link between harsh home environments and negative academic trajectories is exacerbated by victimization in the elementary school peer group." Developmental Psychology 49 (2013): 305-316. [doi]
  439. Witkiewitz, K., King, K., McMahon, R.J., Wu, J., Luk, J., Bierman, K.L…Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. "Evidence for a multi-dimensional latent structural model of externalizing disorders." Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 41 (2013): 223-237. [22936218], [doi]
  440. Tolan, P., Dodge, K. & Rutter, M.. "Tracking the multiple pathways of parent and family influence on disruptive behavior disorders.." Advances in development and psychopathology. Brain Research Foundation Symposium series, Volume I: Disruptive behavior problems. Springer, 2013: 161-192. [doi]
  441. Chan, T.W., Bates, J.E., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., Dick, D.M., & Latendresse, S.J.. "Impulsivity and genetic variants in DRD2 and ANKK1 moderate longitudinal associations between sleep problems and overweight from ages 5 to 11." International Journal of Obesity (2013). [doi]
  442. Rabiner, D.L., Carrig, M. & Dodge, K.A.. "Attention problems and academic achievement: do persistent and earlier-emerging problems have more adverse long-term effects?." Journal of Attention Disorders (In Press). [doi]
  443. Alonso-Marsden S, Dodge KA, O'Donnell KJ, Murphy RA, Sato JM, Christopoulos C.. "Family risk as a predictor of initial engagement and follow-through in a universal nurse home visiting program to prevent child maltreatment.." Child Abuse & Neglect 37.8 (2013): 555-565. [doi]
  444. Olson SL, Sameroff AJ, Lansford JE, Sexton H, Davis-Kean P, Bates JE, Pettit GS, Dodge KA. "Deconstructing the externalizing spectrum: Growth patterns of overt aggression, covert aggression, oppositional behavior, impulsivity/inattention, and emotion dysregulation between school entry and early adolescence." Development and Psychopathology 25.3 (2013): 817-842. [doi]
  445. Rudolph KD, Lansford JE, Agoston AM, Sugimura N, Schwartz D, Dodge KA, Pettit GS, Bates JE. "Peer Victimization and Social Alienation: Predicting Deviant Peer Affiliation in Middle School." Child Development (2013). [doi]
  446. Dodge, K.A., Goodman, W.B., Murphy, R.A., O’Donnell, K., & Sato, J.. "Randomized controlled trial evaluation of universal postnatal nurse home visiting: Impacts on child emergency medical care at age 12-months." Pediatrics 132 (2013): S140-S146.
  447. Henry, D., & Multisite Violence Prevention Project. "The moderating role of developmental microsystems in selective preventive intervention effects on aggression and victimization of aggressive and socially-influential students.." Prevention Science 14 (2013): 390-399.
  448. Schermerhorn, A.C., Bates, J.E., Goodnight, J.A., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., & Pettit, G.S.. "Temperament moderates associations between exposure to stress and children’s externalizing problems." Child Development 84 (2013): 1579-1593. [doi]
  449. Harrist, A. W., Achacoso, J.A., John, A., Pettit, G.S., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A. "Reciprocal and Complementary Sibling Interactions: Relations with Socialization Outcomes in the Kindergarten Classroom." Early Education and Development 25 (2014): 202-222. [doi]
  450. Chan, T.W., Bates, J.E., Lansford, J.E., Dodge, K.A., Pettit, G.S., Dick, D.M., & Latendresse, S.J. "Impulsivity and genetic variants in DRD2 and ANKK1 moderate longitudinal associations between sleep problems and overweight from ages 5 to 11." International Journal of Obesity 38 (2014): 404-410. [doi]
  451. Dodge, K.A., Goodman, W.B., Murphy, R.A., O’Donnell, K., Sato, J., & Guptill, S.. "Implementation and randomized controlled trial evaluation of universal postnatal nurse home visiting." American Journal of Public Health 104 (2014): 36-43. [doi]
  452. Ladd, H.F., Muschkin, C., & Dodge, K.A.. "From birth to school: The effects of early childhood programs on educational outcomes in North Carolina.." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 33 (2014): 162-187. [doi]

Elkins, Catherine

  1. Catherine Elkins. "Measuring Provider Performance: Principles and Indicators." (2002). Summary of a Technical Meeting on Better Practices in Evaluation [pdf]  [abs]
  2. Catherine Elkins and Ties Boerma. "Investing in National Surveys for Monitoring and Evaluation: USAID and Tanzania in the 1990s." MEASURE Evaluation Bulletin 5 (2003): 19-24. [available here]  [abs]
  3. Catherine Elkins. "Performance Monitoring Plans and R4s: Field Practices and Lessons Learned." MEASURE Evaluation Bulletin 5 (2003): 3-6. [available here]  [abs]
  4. Catherine Elkins. "Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for Development in Peace-Precarious Stiuations." (2006). Conference Paper, International Studies Association (San Diego) [html]  [abs]
  5. Catherine Elkins. "Evaluating Development Interventions in Peace-Precarious Situations." Evaluation 16.3 (July, 2010): 309-321. [309], [doi]  [abs]

Elson, Anthony

  1. "“Capital Markets in Asia: Financial Integration and Liberalization” (a paper prepared for a conference at the European Central Bank in April 2002 on “Regional Economic, Financial and Monetary Cooperation: The European and Asian Experiences” for the ASEM Kobe Research Project)." (April, 2002).
  2. A. Elson. "What Happened? Why East Asia Surged Ahead of Latin America and Lessons for Economic Policy." Finance and Development 42.3 (June, 2006).
  3. A. Elson. "10. “The Economic Growth and Development of East Asia and Latin America in Comparative Perspective: Lessons for Development Policy” World Economics, vol. 7(2)." (April-June, 2006).
  4. A. Elson. "The Emergence of a Regional Financial Architecture in East Asia"." World Economics 7.3 (Fall, 2006).
  5. A. Elson. "7. “Banking on Microcredit?” Yale Entrepreneur Magazine of Business and Innovation." (Fall, 2006).
  6. A. Elson. "Reform of the IMF and World Bank: Where Do Things Stand?." World Economics 8 (2) (2007).
  7. "“India’s Financial Market Development and Regulatory Framework: Prospects and Challenges” (a Consultant Study prepared for the Centennial Group of Washington, DC)." (June, 2007).
  8. A. Elson. "“IMF Reform from Another Angle – Towards a More Responsive and Responsible Fund” Dialogue on Globalization Briefing Papers (Friedrich Ebert Foundation), June 2." (2008).
  9. "“Managing the Fund’s Interactions with Member Countries” (A Background Study for the Evaluation of the Fund’s Interaction with Member Countries by the IMF Independent Evaluation Office)." (July, 2008).
  10. A. Elson. "Sovereign Wealth Funds and the International Monetary System." Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations 2 (Fall, 2008).
  11. A. Elson. "The Sovereign Wealth Funds of Singapore." World Economics 9 (3) (Fall, 2008).
  12. A. Elson. ""The Current Financial Crisis and Reform of the Global Financial Architecture"." The International Spectator 45.1 (March, 2010).
  13. A. Elson. Governing Global Finance: The Evolution and Reform of the International Financial Architecture (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011). A paperback edition of this book was issued in December 2012 with an updated preface on the status of global reform.  2011.
  14. A. Elson. "“Global Financial Reform – Where Do Things Stand?” World Economics, vol. 13(2), April-June 2012." (2012).
  15. A. Elson. Globalization and Development: Why East Asia Surged Ahead and Latin America Fell Behind (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2014).  2014.

Falba, Tracy A

  1. S. A. McKee and P. K. Maciejewski and T. Falba and C. M. Mazure. ""Sex differences in the effects of stressful life events on changes in smoking status"." Addiction 98.6 (2003): 847-855.
  2. W. T. Gallo and E. H. Bradley and T. A. Falba and J. A. Dubin and L. D. Cramer and S. T. Bogardus and S. V. Kasl. "Involuntary job loss as a risk factor for subsequent myocardial infarction and stroke: Findings from the Health and Retirement Survey." American Journal of Industrial Medicine 45.5 (2004): 408-416.
  3. T. Falba and M. Jofre-Bonet and S. Busch and N. Duchovny and J. Sindelar. "Reduction of quantity smoked predicts future cessation among older smokers." Addiction 99.1 (2004): 93-102.
  4. J. Sindelar and T. Falba. "Securitization of tobacco settlement payments to reduce states' conflict of interest." Health Affairs 23.5 (2004): 188-193.
  5. W. Gallo and E. Bradley and S. Lim and J. Dubin and H. Teng and L. Leo-Summers and T. Gill and T. Falba. "Differential effects of involuntary job loss among older workers: A follow-up study using the health and retirement survey." Gerontologist 44 (2004): 614-614.
  6. S. H. Busch and T. A. Falba and N. Duchovny and M. Jofre-Bonet and S. S. O'Malley and J. L. Sindelar. "Value to smokers of improved cessation products: Evidence from a willingness-to-pay survey." Nicotine & Tobacco Research 6.4 (2004): 631-639.
  7. A. Snyder and T. Falba and S. Busch and J. Sindelar. "Are State legislatures responding to public opinion when allocating funds for tobacco control programs?." Health Promot Pract 5.3 Suppl (2004): 35S-45S.
  8. S. H. Busch and M. Jofre-Bonet and T. A. Falba and J. L. Sindelar. "Burning a hole in the budget: tobacco spending and its crowd-out of other goods." Appl Health Econ Health Policy 3.4 (2004): 263-72.
  9. J. L. Sindelar and N. Duchovny and T. A. Falba and S. H. Busch. "If smoking increases absences, does quitting reduce them?." Tobacco Control 14.2 (2005): 99-105.
  10. M. Jofre-Bonet and S. H. Busch and T. A. Falba and J. L. Sindelar. "Poor mental health and smoking: Interactive impact on wages." Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 8.4 (2005): 193-203.
  11. T. Falba and H. M. Teng and J. L. Sindelar and W. T. Gallo. "The effect of involuntary job loss on smoking intensity and relapse." Addiction 100.9 (2005): 1330-1339.
  12. T. Falba. "Health events and the smoking cessation of middle aged Americans." Journal of Behavioral Medicine 28.1 (2005): 21-33.
  13. T. A. Falba and S. H. Busch. "Survival expectations of the obese: Is excess mortality reflected in perceptions?." Obesity Research 13.4 (2005): 754-761.  [abs]
  14. W. T. Gallo and E. H. Bradley and J. A. Dubin and R. N. Jones and T. A. Falba and H. M. Teng and S. V. Kasl. "The persistence of depressive symptoms in older workers who experience involuntary job loss: Results from the health and retirement survey." Journals of Gerontology Series B-Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 61.4 (2006): S221-S228.
  15. W. T. Gallo and H. M. Teng and T. A. Falba and S. V. Kasl and H. M. Krumholz and E. H. Bradley. "The impact of late career job loss on myocardial infarction and stroke: a 10 year follow up using the health and retirement survey." Occupational and Environmental Medicine 63.10 (2006): 683-687.
  16. S. A. McKee and T. Falba and S. S. O'Malley and J. Sindelar and P. G. O'Connor. "Smoking status as a clinical indicator for alcohol misuse in US adults." Arch Intern Med 167.7 (2007): 716-21.  [abs]
  17. T. A. Falba and J. L. Sindelar. "Spousal concordance in health behavior change." Health Services Research 43.1 (2008): 96-116.  [abs]

Feaver, Peter D.

  1.  Assuring Control of Nuclear Weapons: The Evolution of Permissive Action Links. CSIA Occasional Paper #2. Edited by Peter Feaver and Peter Stein. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1987.
  2. P.D. Feaver with Peter Stein. "Who Needs PALs." Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute. (October, 1988).
  3. P.D. Feaver. "The Spread of Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Energy: Promise or Peril." Target Earth. Ed. Frank Kaleb Jansen Pasadena, CA: Global Mapping International, 1989
  4.  Battlefield Nuclear Weapons: Issues and Options. CSIA Occasional Paper #5. Edited by Peter Feaver and Stephen D. Biddle. University Press of America, 1989.
  5. P.D. Feaver with Jim Falkenberg. "Meeting Soviet Citizens' Spiritual Needs." Christian Science Monitor (24 December 1990).
  6. P.D. Feaver. "Does Moscow Know Where Its Nukes Are?." L.A. Times (22 December 1990).
  7. P.D. Feaver with Robert P. Beschel. "Problem: Scare the Iraqis You Terrorize the Home Folks." L.A. Times (4 December 1990).
  8. P.D. Feaver. "Vietnam's Wrong Lesson in the Gulf." Christian Science Monitor (23 November 1990).
  9. P.D. Feaver. "An Assessment of the Survivability of Unmanned Air Vehicles Performing Target Acquisition for Battlefield Nuclear Forces." Institute for Defense Analyses, Memorandum Report, M-533. (1990).
  10. P.D. Feaver. "The Evolution of American Nuclear Doctrine." A Primer for the Nuclear Age. Ed. Graham Allison, et. al. Lanham, M.D.: University Press of America, 1990
  11. P.D. Feaver with Robert P. Beschel. "Coup's Lessons for Central Europe." The Christian Science Monitor (26 August 1991).
  12. P.D. Feaver. "Generosity Begins Only After the Battle." L.A. Times (27 February 1991).
  13. P.D. Feaver. "What Colors Should Our Soldiers Be?." L.A. Times (24 January 1991).
  14. P.D. Feaver with Mark Wayda. "The Risk of Letting the Warriors Run a War." Christian Science Monitor (24 January 1991).
  15. P.D. Feaver with Robert P. Beschel. "The Churches and the War." The National Interest (Spring, 1991).
  16. P.D. Feaver. Guarding the Guardians. Cornell Press, 1992.
  17. P.D. Feaver. "Why Sanctions Are an Iffy Remedy." The Christian Science Monitor (25 June 1992).
  18. P.D. Feaver. "Command and Control in Emerging Nuclear Nations." International Security 17.3 (Winter 1992/93).
  19. P.D. Feaver with Robert Kling and Thomas K. Plofchan, Jr.. "Sex as Contract: Abortion and Expanded Choice." Stanford Law and Policy Review (Winter 1992/1993).
  20. P.D. Feaver. "Social Sources of Inadvertent Nuclear Use in the Former Soviet Union: Civil-Military Relations and the Black Market." Implications of the Dissolution of the Soviet Union for Accidental/Inadvertent Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Ed. Carin Atterling Wedar, Michael Intriligator, and Peter Vares Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Sciences, 1992
  21. P.D. Feaver. "Proliferation Optimism and Theories of Nulcear Operations." Security Studies 2.3/4 (Spring/Summer 1993). (Reprinted in Zachary S. Davis and Benjamin Frankel, eds., The Proliferation Puzzle: Why Nuclear Weapons Spread and What Results. London: Frank Cass, 1993.)
  22. P.D. Feaver with Kurt M. Campbell. "Rethinking Key West: Service Roles and Missions after the Cold War." The American Defense Annual. 1993
  23. P.D. Feaver. "Biographical chapter on Joseph S. Nye." American Political Scientists: A Dictionary. Greenwood Press, 1993
  24. P.D. Feaver. "The Use and Control of Military Power." Teaching About International Conflict and Peace. SUNY Press, 1994
  25. William C. Green and W. Robert Reeves. The Soviet Military Encyclopedia.  Armed Forces and Society (Spring, 1994).
  26. P.D. Feaver. "The Politics of Inadvertence." Security Studies 3.3 (Spring, 1994).
  27. P.D. Feaver. "Civil-Military Conflict and the Use of Force." U.S. Civil-Military Relations: In Crisis or Transition?. Ed. Donald Snider and Miranda A. Carlton-Carew Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1995
  28. P.D. Feaver. "Optimists, Pessimists, and Theories of Nuclear Proliferation Management." Security Studies 4.4 (Summer, 1995).
  29. P.D. Feaver. "An American Crisis in Civilian Control and Civil-Military Relations? Historical and Conceptual Roots." The Tocqueville Review 17.1 (1996).
  30. Mitchell Reiss. Bridled Ambition: Why Countries Constrain Their Nuclear Capabilities.  Political Science Quarterly (Spring, 1996).
  31. Terry Terriff. The Nixon Administration and the Making of US Nuclear Strategy.  Journal of American History (June, 1996).
  32. P.D. Feaver and Emerson M.S. Niou. "Managing Nuclear Proliferation: Condemn, Strike, or Assist." International Studies Quarterly 40.2 (Summer, 1996).
  33. P.D. Feaver. "Lessons From Desert Storm: Iraqi Style." Inter-University Seminar Newsletter (Winter, 1996).
  34. P.D. Feaver. "The Civil-Military Problematique: Huntington, Janowitz, and the Question of Civilian Control." Armed Forces and Society 23.2 (Winter, 1996).
  35. P.D. Feaver. "El Control Civil en Pequeñas democracias: La Contribució de las Ciencias Politicas." Relaciones Civico-Militares Comparadas: Entendiendo los Mecanismos de Control Civil en Pequeñas Democracias (América Latina). Ed. Kevin Casas San José, Fundación Arias para la Paz y el Progreso Hmano, 1997 {"Comparative Civil-Military Relations in Small Democracies: The Contribution from Political Science"}
  36. P.D. Feaver. "Neo-Optimists and the Enduring Problems of Nuclear Proliferation." Security Studies 6.4 (Summer, 1997).
  37. P.D. Feaver. "Correspondence: 'Proliferation Pessimisim and Emerging Nuclear Powers'." International Security 22.2 (Fall, 1997).
  38. P.D. Feaver. "La Guerre de L'Information et le Controle Politique de la Coercition." Les Problemes Militaires en Europe. Ed. Christopher Dandeker and Bernard Boene Paris: La Decouverte, 1998 {Information Warfare and the Political Control of Coercion} Excerpted as "La guerre de l'information" Societal 18 (April 1998)
  39. P.D. Feaver. "The Domestication of Foreign Policy." American Foreign Policy Interests 20.1 (February, 1998).
  40. P.D. Feaver. "Crisis as Shirking: An Agency Theory Explanation of the Souring of American Civil-Military Relations." Armed Forces and Society 24.3 (Spring, 1998).
  41. P.D. Feaver. "Blowback: Information Warfare and the Dynamics of Coercion." Security Studies 7.4 (Summer, 1998).
  42. P.D. Feaver. "Modeling Civil-Military Relations: A Reply to Burk and Bacevich." Armed Forces and Society 24.4 (Summer, 1998).
  43. P.D. Feaver and Paul Gronke. "Don't be Complacent about Public Confidence in the Military." Contra Costa Times (November 28): F05.
  44. P.D. Feaver. "I Love Zhu, Zhu Love Me: Clinton's China Policy." Weekly Standard (26 April): 27-29.
  45. P.D. Feaver. "Civil-Military Relations." Annual Review of Political Science (1999).
  46. P.D. Feaver. "The Theory-Policy Debate in Political Science and Nuclear Proliferations." National Security Studies Quarterly 5.3 (Summer, 1999). (Reprinted in Henry Sokolski and James M. Ludes, eds. Twenty-First Century Weapons Proliferation (Frank Cass, 2001))
  47. P.D. Feaver and Christopher Gelpi. "How Many Deaths are Acceptable? A Surprising Answer." Washington Post (November, 1999): B-3. Translated into Japanese and reprinted in revised form in Foresight, No. 4 (April/May 2000)
  48. P.D. Feaver and Edmund Malesky. "A Compassionate Foreign Policy?." Weekly Standard (25 September): 17-20.
  49. Michael C. Desh. Civilian Control of the Military: The Changing Security Environment.  American Political Science Review (June, 2000).
  50. P.D. Feaver. "Correspondence: Is Anybody Still a Realist?." International Security 25.1 (Summer, 2000).
  51. P.D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn. "The Gap: Soldiers, Civilians and Their Mutual Misunderstanding." National Interest 61 (Fall, 2000). (Translated into French and reprinted by the Centre d=etudes en sciences sociales de la defense, Paris, France (Fall 2000))
  52. P.D. Feaver. "The Public's Expectations of National Security." To Insure Domestic Tranquility, Provide for the Common Defense. Ed. Max G. Manwaring October, 2000
  53. P.D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn. "Special Issue: Media and Education in the U.S. Civil-Military Gap." Armed Forces and Society (Winter, 2000).
  54. P.D. Feaver with Richard Harknett and eight other co-authors. "The Risks of a Networked Military." Orbis 44.1 (Winter, 2000).
  55.  "Soldiers and Civilians: The Civil Military Gap and American National Security."  Ed. Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001
  56. Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn. "Introduction: The Gap Between the Military and Civilian in the United States in Perspective." Soldiers and Civilians: The Gap Between the Military and American Society and What it Means for National Security. Ed. Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001
  57. P.D. Feaver and Paul Gronke. "Uncertain Confidence: Civilian and Military Attitudes About Civil-Military Relations." Soldiers and Civilians: The Gap Between the Military and American Society and What it Means for National Security. Ed. Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn Cambridge, 2001
  58. P.D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn. "Conclusion: The Gap and What it Means for American National Security." Soldiers and Civilians: The Gap Between the Military and American Society and What it Means for National Security. Ed. Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001
  59. P.D. Feaver. "Gore Steps on a Land Mine." Washington Post (January, 2001): 19.
  60. P.D. Feaver. "There's a Good Reason Those Civilians Were on the Sub." Wall Street Journal (February, 2001).
  61. P.D. Feaver. "The Brits are All Right: Except for their Wobbly Elites." Weekly Standard (September, 2001).
  62. P.D. Feaver and Richard Kohn. "Civilian Control to the Forefront." Raleigh News and Observer (October, 2001).
  63. P.D. Feaver. "To Maintain that Support, Show Us What Success Means." Washington Post (October, 2001): B1.
  64. P.D. Feaver. "Cold War II." Weekly Standard (October, 2001): 18-19.
  65. P.D. Feaver. "Allies in War, Not in Perspective." Washington Post (December, 2001). Reprinted as "Americans and Allies Are Getting Different Stories," in International Herald Tribune, 5 December 2001
  66. P.D. Feaver. "No More Mocking the President." Parliamentary Brief .10 (December, 2001): 4-6.
  67. P.D. Feaver. Armed Servants: Agency, Oversight, and Civil-Military Relations. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003.
  68.  Soldiers and Civilians: The Civil-Military Gap and American National Security. Edited by Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001.
  69. David Halberstam. The Ghosts that Haunt Another Best and Brightest Generation: A review of David Halberstam's War in a Time of Peace.  International Studies Review (Fall 2002).
  70. P.D. Feaver. "Body Bags Alone Won't Dampen American Morale." USA Today (March 20, 2002): 15.
  71. P.D. Feaver. "Axis of Rudeness." Weekley Standard (February 25, 2002): 10-11.
  72. P.D. Feaver with Stefan Halper. "Dithering Over Detainees." Washington Times (January 20, 2002): B01. Reprinted as "How to End the Debate on Detainees" in The Providence JOurnal, 23 January 2001, p. B4.
  73. P.D. Feaver. "Time for Another Goldwater-Nichols? Military Reform for a New Strategic Era." (2002). Paper commissioned by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. The paper has been vetted by retired Secretaries of Defense, senior military, and other policy experts and has served to launch a new 2-year study of defense reform that is intended to culminate in major defense reform legislation.
  74. P.D. Feaver with Christopher Gelpi. "Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick? Veterans in the Political Elite on the American Use of Force." American Political Science Review (December 2002).
  75. P.D. Feaver with Lindsay Cohn. "Civil-Military Relations: Challenges and Opportunities." Over the Horizon: U.S. Defense Issues for the 21st Century. Ed. Stephen Cimbala London: Brasseys, 2003 A revised version has been published as: "Armees-societe: quel Fosse aux Etas- Unis" LEs Champs de Mars-Cahiers due Centre d'études en sciences sociales de la défense, (n 11). Co-authored with Lindsay Cohn.
  76. P.D. Feaver. The Case for the Defense, a book review of Rumsfeld: A Portrait.  Weekly Standard (3 November 2003): 34-35.
  77. P.D. Feaver. "Winning Back Old Europe." WeeklyStandard.com (3 April 2003.).
  78. P.D. Feaver. "Casualties Are the First Truth of War." Weekly Standard (7 April 2003): 17-18.
  79. P.D. Feaver. "Don’t Substitute Spy Services for Leadership." Raleigh News and Observer (15 June 2003).
  80. P.D. Feaver. "Will the UN Really Help?." Washington Post (4 Sep 2003): 21.
  81. P.D. Feaver. "Special Section: The Civil-Military Gap in Comparative Perspective." Journal of Strategic Studies (June, 2003).
  82. P.D. Feaver with Christopher Gelpi. Choosing Your Battles: American Civil-Military Relations and the Use of Force. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004.
  83. P.D. Feaver. "Whose Military Vote?." Washington Post (12 October 2004).
  84. P.D. Feaver, Christopher Gelpi, and Jason Reifler. "Iraq Messages Need Honing." Newsday (23 September 2004).
  85. P.D. Feaver. "Go Negative On the Allies." New York Times (15 June 2004).
  86. P.D. Feaver, Robert Keohane, and Allen Buchanan. "Let UN Impose New Accountability." Newsday (30 March 2004).
  87. P.D. Feaver. "The Clinton Mind-set." Washington Post (24 March 2004).
  88. P.D. Feaver. "The Fog of WMD." Washington Post (28 January 2004).
  89. P.D. Feaver, Paul Gronke, and David Filer. "The Reserves and Guard: Standing in the Gap Before and After 9/11." The All-Volunteer Force: Thirty Years of Service. Ed. Barbara A. Bicksler, Curtis L. Gilroy, and John T. Warner 2004
  90. P.D. Feaver and Kristen Thompson Sharp. "Democratic Governance and Nuclear Policy in the United States." Governing Nuclear Weapons. Ed. Hans Born 2006 forthcoming
  91. P.D. Feaver, Shaun Narine, Takako Hikotani. "Civilian Control and Civil-Military Gaps in the United States, Japan, and China." Asian Perspective 29.1 (2005).
  92. P.D. Feaver, C. Gelpi. Choosing Your Battles. Paperback Edition with new afterword Princeton Press, 2005.
  93. P.D. Feaver, C Gelpi, J Reifler. "Success Matters: Casualty Sensitivity and the War in Iraq." International Security 30.3 (Winter, 2005/2006).
  94. P.D. Feaver, D Coletta. "Civilian Monitoring of US Military Operations in the Information Age." Armed Forces and Society 33.1 (2006).
  95. P.D. Feaver. "MoveOn's McCarthy Moment." Boston Globe (11 September 2007).
  96. P.D. Feaver, J. Aldrich, C Gelpi, K Sharp, J Reifler. "Foreign Policy and the Electoral Connection." Annual Review of Political Science 9 (2006).
  97. P.D. Feaver, C Gelpi, J Reifler. "Iraq the Vote: Retrospective and Prospective Foreign Policy Judgments on Candidate Choice and Casualty Tolerance." Political Behavior 29.2 (Summer, 2007).
  98. P.D. Feaver, S Wasiolek, A Crossman,. Getting the Best Out of College. Ten Speed Press, 2008.
  99. P.D. Feaver. "Why We Went Into Iraq." Weekly Standard (24 March 2008).
  100. P.D. Feaver. "Pentagon Funding? Bring it On." Foreign Policy Online (August 2008).
  101. P.D. Feaver. "Anatomy of the Surge." Commentary (April 2008).
  102. P.D. Feaver. "Interagency Perspective -- Lessons." Proceedings of the 2008 Unrestricted Warfare Symposium. Ed. Ronald Luman The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 2008
  103. P.D. Feaver, C. Gelpi, J. Reifler. Paying the Human Costs of War. Princeton, 2009.
  104. P.D. Feaver, E Seeler. "Before and After Huntington: The Methodological Maturing of Civil-Military Studies." American Civil-Military Relations: Realities and Challenges. Johns Hopkins Press, 2009
  105. P.D. Feaver and W. Inboden. "“What Was the Point of SPIR? Strategic Planning in National Security at the White House,”." Avoiding Trivia: The Role of Strategic Planning in American Foreign Policy. Ed. Daniel Drezner Brookings, 2009
  106. P.D. Feaver. "Debating American Grand Strategy After Major War." Orbis 53.4 (2009).
  107. P.D. Feaver. "Competition and Compromise." Duke Alumni Magazine (May, 2009).
  108. P.D. Feaver. "In Memoriam: Samuel P. Huntington." Armed Forces and Society 35.4 (July, 2009).
  109. P.D. Feaver. ""Domestic Politics and the Long War"." Lessons of the Long War. Ed. Thomas Donnelly AEI, 2010
  110. P.D. Feaver, Kristin Sharp. ""The Ultimate Balancing Act: Democratic Governance and Nuclear Policy in the United States,"." Governing the Bomb: Civilian Control and Democratic Accountability of Nuclear Weapons. 2010
  111. P.D. Feaver and Eric Lorber. Coercive Diplomacy: Evaluating the Consequences of Financial Sanctions. Legatum Institute.  November 2010.
  112. P.D. Feaver. ""The Right to Be Right: CIvil-Military Relations and the Iraq Surge Decision"." International Security 35.4 (Spring, 2011).
  113. P.D. Feaver. Bruce Fleming’s Bridging the Military-Civilian Divide: What Each Side Must Know about the Other—and about Itself.  Proceedings of the US Naval Institute (April, 2011).
  114. P.D. Feaver, Grieco, Gelpi, and Reifler. ""Let's Get a Second Opinion: International Institutions and American Public Support for War"." International Studies Quarterly 55.2 (June, 2011).
  115. P.D. Feaver. ""Correspondence: Civilians, Soldiers and the Iraq Surge Decision"." International Security 36.3 (Winter 2011/12).
  116. P.D. Feaver. Nuclear Command and Control in Crisis: Old Lessons From New History. Nuclear Command and Control in Crisis. Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, forthcoming 2013.
  117. P.D. Feaver and Hal Brands. Common Fallacies and Uncommon Fixes in the American Grand Strategy Debate. RAND, forthcoming 2013.
  118. P.D. Feaver, Sue Wasiolek, Anne Crossman. Getting the Best Out of College (revised 2nd edition). Ten Speed Press, 2012.
  119. P.D. Feaver. American Grand Strategy At the Crossroads: Leading From the Front, Leading From Behind, or Not Leading at All,”. America’s Path: Grand Strategy for the Next Administration. Center for New American Security, May, 2012.
  120. P.D. Feaver, James Golby and Kyle Dropp. Military Campaigns: Veterans' Endorsements and Presidential Elections. Center for New American Security, October, 2012.
  121. P.D. Feaver. Review of Richard Betts' American Force.  H-Diplo/ISSF (November 5, 2012).
  122. P.D. Feaver, James Golby, Heidi Urben, and Kyle Dropp. ""Brass Politics: How Retired Military Officers are Shaping Elections"." ForeignAffairs.com (November 5, 2012).
  123. P.D. Feaver. "“Nuclear Command and Control in Crisis: Old Lessons from New History.”." Nuclear Weapons Security Crises: What Does History Teach?. Ed. Henry Sokolski and Bruno Tertrais Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, 2013
  124. P.D. Feaver. ""Epilogue: Coordinating Actors in Complex Operations and a Third Way to Study Two Familiar Dualities"." Small Wars and Insurgencies 24.2 (2013).
  125. P.D. Feaver. ""Has the Obama Response to the Arab Revolutions Been Effective? Yes, Not Really, and Probably Too Soon to Tell"." The Arab Revolutions and American Policy. Aspen Strategy Group, 2013
  126. P.D. Feaver and Stephen Biddle. ""Assessing Strategic Choices in the War on Terror"." How 9/11 Changed our Ways of War. Sanford University Press, 2013
  127. P.D. Feaver. "Shadow Government." (2013).  [author's comments]
  128. P.D. Feaver. Strategic Retrenchment and Renewal in the American Experience.  Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, 2014 forthcoming
  129. P.D. Feaver and Kenneth Geers. "When the Urgency of Time and Circumstances Clearly Does not Permit: Predelegation in Nuclear and Cyber Scenarios." Cyber Analogies. Ed. John Arquilla and Emily Goldman forthcoming 2014
  130. P.D. Feaver and Charles Miller. "Provocations on Policymakers, Casualty Aversion, and Post-Heroic Warfare." Heroism and the Changing Character of War: Toward Post-Heroic Warfare?. Ed. Sibylle Scheipers Palgrave, 2014 forthcoming
  131. P.D. Feaver and Christopher Gelpi. "Hagel and the Veteran Effect: Service Tempers Views on the Use of Force." TheDailyBeast.com (February 12, 2013).
  132. P.D. Feaver, James Golby, and Kyle Dropp. "The Public Listens to Generals." Cleveland Plain Dealer (April 9, 2013).  [author's comments]
  133. P.D. Feaver, James Golby, and Kyle Dropp. Listening to the Generals: How Military Advice Affects Public Support for the Use of Force. Center for New American Security, April, 2013.
  134. P.D. Feaver. "Eight Myths about American Grand Strategy." Forging American Grand Strategy: Securing a Path Through A Complex Future. Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, October, 2013

Fernholz, Fernando R.

  1. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Cement Industry, Indonesia." (1985).
  2. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Pesticides Industry, Indonesia." (1985).
  3. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: A Series of Case Studies (Financial, Economic, Distributive and Risk Analysis)." For the Program on Investment Appraisal and Management, Harvard University. (1985-2000). and Duke University 2001-2006
  4. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Medicine Capsules Industry, Indonesia." (1986).
  5. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Vaccines Industry, Indonesia." (1986).
  6. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Tirecord Industry, Indonesia." (1986).
  7. F.R. Fernholz. "Electronics and Electric Appliances Industry, Indonesia." (1986).
  8. F.R. Fernholz. "World Scale Fertilizer Plant, Argentina." (1987).
  9. F.R. Fernholz. "Light-weight Materials Plant, Brunei." (1989).
  10. F.R. Fernholz. "Water Supply System and Economic Pricing, Brunei." (1989).
  11. F.R. Fernholz. "Disposal of Used Vehicles, Brunei." (1989).
  12. F.R. Fernholz. "Debt Strategy for Zambia, Lusaka." HIID. Ministry of Finance, Zambia. (November, 1991).
  13. F.R. Fernholz. "Request to the World Bank for Commercial Debt Buy-Back Support." HIID and Ministry of Finance, Zambia. (April 22, 1992).
  14. F.R. Fernholz. "Request for Debt Relief for the Paris Club Negotiation, Paris." HIID and Ministry of Finance, Zambia. (July, 1992).
  15. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Konkola Deep Copper Mine, Zambia." (1993).
  16. F.R. Fernholz. "Quantitative Analysis of Proposed Mineral Tax Regimes for Zambia, Lusaka." Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Mines. (January, 1994).
  17. F.R. Fernholz. "Zambia's Economic Prospects over the Period 1997-2001." HIID. Macro-economic Model, Simulations and Report for the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Lusada, Zambia. (1996).
  18. F.R. Fernholz. "Request for Debt Relief for the Paris Club Negotiation." HIID and Ministry of Finance, Zambia. (February, 1996).
  19. F.R. Fernholz. "Debt Sustainability Analysis for Zambia, Lusaka." HIID. Ministry of Finance. (November, 1996).
  20. F.R. Fernholz. "Debt Sustainability Analysis for Malawi, Lilongwe." HIID. Ministry of Planning and Development. (March, 1997).
  21. F.R. Fernholz. "Malawi." Africa Competitiveness Report 1998, Geneva: World Economic Forum. (1998).
  22. F.R. Fernholz. "Philippines." Asia Competitiveness Report 1999, Geneva: World Economic Forum. (1999).
  23. F.R. Fernholz. "Debt Reduction Options for Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia." HIID. Ministry of Finance. (October, 1999).
  24. F.R. Fernholz. "Opportunities Missed: The Case of Zambia, Growth Analysis as a Function of Policies." A Dynamic General Equilibrium Model of the Zambian Economy Dissertation, Boston University. (2000).
  25. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Uruguay Eje Vial Project, IADB." (2001).
  26. F.R. Fernholz. "The Comprehensive Development Framework for Kyrgyzstan: Financial and economic policies to increase growth and reduce poverty." World Bank. Bishkek. (March, 2001).
  27. F.R. Fernholz. "Report and Recommendations. High Level Workshop on Fiscal Decentralization Management of Debt and Budget and Administrative Decentralization Program." Government of Honduras. (July, 2002).
  28. F.R. Fernholz. "Report on the Options for Financing and Managing the Road Ssytem for the Russian Federation and its Economic Implications." Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Transportation, Russian Federation. (December, 2002).
  29. F.R. Fernholz. "Road Project in Sub-Saharan Africa. Case Study to teach different perspectives in the privatization and commercialization of road service provision." (2002).
  30. F.R. Fernholz. "Negotiation Case Study on External Debt Reduction and Conditionality for Courses on Budgeting and Management of External Debt." (2002).
  31. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study for the Projection of External Resource Flow Sustainability as a function of External Shocks and Policy Variables." (2002).
  32. F.R. Fernholz. "Industrial Case (Cement Plant in a Middle Income Country) to teach an integrated analysis of public and private sector interaction for investment decisions." (2002).
  33. F.R. Fernholz. "Report on the Application of the Principles and Praxis to the Allocation of Responsibilities and Resources for the Russian Federation System of Road Sector Management, Construction and Maintenance." for Ministry of Transportation, Russian Federation. (December 2002).
  34. F.R. Fernholz. "The Potential of Decentralization: Political, Administrative and Fiscal Aspects." For the Government of Honduras. (July 2002).
  35. F.R. Fernholz. "Report on financial and economic impacts of the 3 Major Airports Concession Contract with a Foreign Company and the Regulatory Regime." Transport Regulatory Authority, Government of Bolivia. (December, 2003).
  36. F.R. Fernholz. "Evaluation of the Major Airport Concession Contracts in Bolivia." (2004).  [abs]
  37. F.R. Fernholz. "Debt Management and Debt Relief, Chapter 8." Economic Reform in Zambia: The Potential and the Performance. Ed. Catharine B. Hill and Malcolm F. McPherson Harvard University Press, 2004
  38. F.R. Fernholz. "Management and Reduction of External Debt in Zambia." Macroeconomic Management and Reform in Zambia During the 1990's. Ed. Maclcolm McPherson and Catherine Hill Harvard University Press, Summer, 2004 Kennedy School of Government
  39. F.R. Fernholz. "Report on Policy Options, Costing and Impact Analysis of School Feeding Programs in Latin America." World Food Program. (June, 2005). The modalities include central provision (Ecuador and Honduras) and decentralized provision (Bolivia), where financial and program decisions are made at the municipal level
  40. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study for the Mobilization of Private Services for Urban Transport in Bogoá Colombia. A successful implementation of an upgraded bus transport system." Municipal Finance Task Force. (October, 2005).
  41. F.R. Fernholz. "Mobilization of Private Resources for Urban Water Services in Sub Saharan Africa: Case Studies of Water Provision in the City of Dakar, Senegal and the Cities of Nyeri and Eldoret, Kenya." Municipal Finance Task Force. (November, 2005).
  42. F.R. Fernholz. "Various infrastructure projects, feasibility studies." (2006).
  43. F.R. Fernholz. "Policy Briefs and Recommendation for several Governments and Private Sector Clients." (2006).
  44. F.R. Fernholz. "Strategic Municipal Asset Management." Discussion Paper. Municipal Finance Task Force. (March, 2006).
  45. F.R. Fernholz. "Independent Review of Quality at Entry. Inter American Development Bank." (February, 2007).
  46. F.R. Fernholz. "Toolkit for Local Revenue Mobilization." (July, 2007). Municipal Financial Task Force. World Bank, Cities Alliance
  47. F.R. Fernholz, Co-Author. “School Feeding Programs in Latin America: A Review of WFP Interventions in Ecuador, Honduras and Bolivia”.. Edited by World Food Program.  June 2005..
  48. F.R. Fernholz. "Case Study: Risk Assessment of Infectious Disease Intervention in Latin America." Plan International. (February 2008).
  49. F.R. Fernholz Co Author. "Technical Paper for World Hunger Series 2007: Hunger and Health." World Hunger Series 2007: Hunger and Health (Spring, 2008).
  50. F.R. Fernholz. "Enhancing the Government of Jamaica’s System for Prioritizing Public Investment Projects."   (January 20, 2009).  [abs]
  51. F.R. Fernholz. "Chapter 24, (MulticriteriaAnalysis).." Capital Budgeting Valuation.Financial Analysis for Today’s Investment Projects.. Ed. H. Kent Baker, Philip English, Editors, 2011John Wiley & Sons, Inc., June, 2011  [abs]

Fernholz, Rosemary M

  1. R.M. Fernholz. "Indigenous Land Rights: Who Controls the Philippine Public Domain?."  Ed. J. Montgomery and N. Glazer Transaction Publishers, 2002
  2. with F. Fernholz, F Lethem. "School Feeding Programs in Latin America: A Review of World Food Programme Interventions in Ecuador, Honduras and Bolivia."  (2005).
  3. R.M. Fernholz. "Evaluation: Improving Accountability, Performance and Impact of School Feeding Programs: Insights from a Review Study." (July, 2005). (Paper presented at a UN Conference on Monitoring and Evaluation: Key Tools to Improve Effectiveness of Food-Based Social Programmes for Policy Makers in Latin America and the Caribbean, Cartagena, Colombia.)
  4. with F. Fernholz. "Case Study for the Mobilization of Private Services for Urban Transport in Bogota, Colombia: A Successful Implementation of an Upgraded Bus Transport System." (October, 2005).
  5. with F. Fernholz. "Mobilization of Private Resources for Urban Water Services in Sub-Saharan Africa: Case Studies of Water Provision in the City of Dakar, Senegal and the Cities of Nyeri and Eldoret, Kenya."  (Municipal Finance Task Force, November, 2005).
  6. with F. Fernholz. "Public Private Partnerships for Municipal Governments."  (Municipal Finance Task Force, 2006).
  7. with F. Fernholz. "A Toolkit for Local Revenue Mobilization."  (Municipal Finance Task Force, 2007).
  8. with F. Fernholz, F. Rueda, C. Jayasekera. "Technical Background Paper for Part III. National Development: Commitment and Political Choice." Hunger and Health, World Hunger Series 2007 (released early 2008) U,N, World Food Programme and Earthscan. (2008).
  9. R.M. Fernholz. "“Leading Change by Example and Spirit: Leadership Styles and Patterns Recognized by the Magsaysay Awards”." . Leadership for Development: What Globalization Demands of Leaders Fighting for Change. Ed. Dennis Rondinelli and John Heffron 2009Kumarian Press, 2009
  10. with Ma Z Nang Raw, Alyssa Hernandez and Rosemary Fernholz. ""Who Owns Knowledge in a Globalizing and Developing World: A Case Study for Public Policy."   (2009).
  11. R.M. Fernholz. "Infrastructure and Inclusive Development through 'Free, Prior and Informed Consent' of Indigenous Peoples." Physical Infrastructure Development: Balancing the Growth, Equity and Environmental Imperatives. Ed. W. Ascher and C. Krupp Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
  12. R.M. Fernholz. ""Advocacy and Policy: Getting Political"; Institutions and Policy: Response and Transformation"; and Watershed Stewardship and Quality of Life" co-author." Community-Based Water Monitoring: A Practical Model for Global Watershed Stewardship. Ed. W. Deutsch, S. Ruiz-Cordova, B. Duncan Global Water Watch Program, 2010
  13. R.M. Fernholz. "From Community Action to Policy Making: Implications of Citizen Water Monitoring."   (2010).
  14. R.M. Fernholz. ""Some Cross-cutting Lessons" co-author." Doing A Dam Better: The Lao People's Democratic Republic and the Story of Nam Theun 2. Ed. I. Porter and J. Shivakumar The World Bank, 2011

Fleishman, Joel L.   (search)

  1. J.L. Fleishman. "The University and the City: Yale in New Haven." Yale Daily News (March 4 and 5, 1970).
  2. J.L. Fleishman. Review of Urban Challenge to Government: International Comparison of 13 Cities, by A.H. Walsh.  Political Science Quarterly 86.3 (1971): 541.
  3. J.L. Fleishman. "Goals and Strategies of a National Housing and Urban Growth Policy." Subcomm. on Housing of the House Comm. on Banking and Currency, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess. Papers submitted to Subcomm. on Housing Panels 703 (Comm. Print). (1971).
  4. J.L. Fleishman. "Southern Cities: Northern Mistakes in Southern Settings?." You Can't Eat Magnolias. Ed. Thomas H. Naylor McGraw-Hill, 1971
  5. J.L. Fleishman. "The Teaching Function of Urban Centers." The Role of University Based Urban Centers. Harvard-MIT Joint Center for Urban Studies, 1971
  6. J.L. Fleishman. "Education and Training for Public Policymaking: A Program Strategy Paper for the Ford Foundation." (1972).
  7. J.L. Fleishman. "Testimony, Hearings on Public Financing of Elections Before the Subcomm. on Privileges and Elections of the Senate Comm. on Rules." 93rd Cong., 1st Sess. 219 (1973).
  8. J.L. Fleishman. "Free Speech and Equal Political Opportunity: The Constitutionality of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971." North Carolina Law Review 51 (1973): 389. (reprinted in Senate Select Comm. on Presidential Campaign Activities, 93rd Cong., 2nd Sess., Election Reform: Basic References 421 (Comm. Print 1973)
  9. J.L. Fleishman. "Public Financing of Election Campaigns: Constitutional Constraints on Steps Toward Equality of Political Influence of Citizens." North Carolina Law Review 52 (December, 1973): 349.
  10. J.L. Fleishman. "Judgments of Value: Choices to the Test, An Assessment of Project Evaluation in the Division of National Affairs of The Ford Foundation." (1974).
  11. J.L. Fleishman. "The 1974 Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments: The Shortcomings of Good Intentions." Duke Law Journal (1975): 851. (reprinted in Pactising Law Institute, The Political Action Committee 283 (1976), and in Practising Law Institute, The Corporation in Politics 479 (1976)
  12. J.L. Fleishman. All the little Watergates," review of Campaign Money: Reform and Reality in the United States. ed. Herbert E. Alexander. New York Times Book Review (October 17, 1976).
  13. "Presidential Power." 40 Law and Contemproary Problems, Numbers 1 and 2. (1976).
  14. J.L. Fleishman. "Private Money and Public Elections: Another American Dilemma." Changing Campaign Techniques: Elections and Values and Contemporary Democracies, 2 Sage Electoral Studies Yearbook. Sage Publications, 1976
  15. J.L. Fleishman with Carol S. Greenwald. "Public Interest Litigation and Political Finance Reform." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 425 (May, 1976): 114.
  16. J.L. Fleishman with Arthur H. Aufses. "Law and Orders: The Problem of Presidential Legislation." Law and Contemporary Problems, Duke University 40.3 (Summer, 1976): 1.
  17. J.L. Fleishman. "Testimony, Hearings on Public Financing of Congressional Elections." 95th Cong., 1st Sess. 189 (1977).
  18. J.L. Fleishman. "Policy Sciences at Duke." Journal of Urban Analysis 4.2 (1977): 161.
  19. J.L. Fleishman. "Public Policy Studies as Liberal Education." The Forum for Liberal Education (March, 1979).
  20. J.L. Fleishman with Bruce L. Payne. "Ethnical Dilemmas and the Education of Policymakers." The Hastings Center. (1980).
  21. J.L. Fleishman. "Not Without Honor: A Prophet Even in His Own Century: A Case Study of the St. Louis Public Housing Tenant Strikes of 1969."  Westview Press, 1980
  22. J.L. Fleishman. "The Real Against the Ideal: Making the Solution Fit the Problem: A Case Study of the Negotiations of the Atlanta Public School Agreement of 1973." Roundtable Justice. Westview Press, 1980
  23.  Public Duties: The Moral Obligations of Public Officials. Edited by J.L. Fleishman, Lance Liebman and Mark Moore. Harvard University Press, 1981.
  24. J.L. Fleishman. "Self-Interest and Public Integrity." Public Duties: The Moral Obligations of Government Officials. Ed. Joel L. Fleishman, Lance Liebman, and Mark Moore Harvard University Press, 1981
  25. J.L. Fleishman. "The Disclosure Model and Its Limitations." The Hastings Center Report 11.S15 (February, 1981).
  26.  The Future of American Political Parties: The Challenge of Governance. Edited by J.L. Fleishman. Prentice-Hall, 1982.
  27. J.L. Fleishman with Pope McCorkle. "Political Parties and Presidential Nominations: The Intellectual Ironies of Reform and Change in the Mass Media Age." The Future of American Political Parties. Ed. Joel L. Fleishman McGraw-Hill, 1982
  28. J.L. Fleishman. "A Candid Assessment of a Decade of Postal Reorganizations." The Future of the Postal Service. Ed. Joel L. Fleishman Praeger, 1982
  29. J.L. Fleishman. "Politics and Postal Reform: Is the 1970 Bargain Coming Unglued?." The Future of the Postal Service. Praeger, 1982
  30. J.L. Fleishman. "Public Policy and Public Ethics:." The Stevenson Lectures, University of Glasgow. (November, 1982). I. "The Eighteenth Century Scottish Enlightenment and Twentieth Century Democracy";

    II. "Ethical Models and Political Motivation: Adam Smith's Posterity in the Thomas Hobbes' Image";

    III. "The Pursuit of Self-Interest by Public Officials: An Ethical Paradox for Representative Democracy";

    IV. "The Pursuit of Self-Interest for the Public Good: Individuals, Citizens and Groups"

  31.  The Future of the Postal Service. Edited by J.L. Fleishman. Praeger, 1983.
  32. J.L. Fleishman with Pope McCorkle. "Level-Up Rather Than Level-Down: Toward New Theory of Campaign Finance Reform." Journal of Law and Politics 1 (Spring, 1984): 211.
  33. J.L. Fleishman. "Report to the Board of Trustees of Duke University on the Capital Campaign for the Arts and Sciences." (September 27, 1985).
  34. J.L. Fleishman. "Report to the Board of Trustees of Duke University on the Capital Campaign for the Arts and Sciences and Engineering." (September 26, 1986).
  35. J.L. Fleishman. "Report to the Board of Trustees of Duke University on the Capital Campaign for the Arts and Sciences and Engineering." (December 11, 1987).
  36. J.L. Fleishman. "Report to the Board of Trustees of Duke University on the Captial Campaign for the Arts and Sciences and Engineering." (September 23, 1988).
  37. J.L. Fleishman. "Report to the Board of Trustees of Duke University on the Capital Campaign for the Arts and Sciences and Engineering." (September 29, 1989).
  38. J.L. Fleishman. "Report to the Board of Trustees of Duke University on the Capital Campaign for the Arts and Sciences and Engineering." (October 6, 1990).
  39. J.L. Fleishman. "A New Framework for Integration: Policy Analysis and Public Management." American Behavioral Scientist 33.6 (July/August 1990): 733.
  40. J.L. Fleishman. "Final Report to the Board of Trustees of Duke University on the Capital Campaign for the Arts and Sciences and Engineering." (February 28,1992).
  41. J.L. Fleishman. To Merit and Preserve the Public's Trust in Not-for-Profit Organizations: The Urgent Need for New Strategies for Regulatory Reform. American Assembly, 1998.
  42. J.L. Fleishman. "Foundation Ownership and Control of Corporations in Germany and the United States: The Importance of Foundation Independence and Freedom to Serve the Public Interest." Reference Book on Foundation Work (Handuch Stiftungen). Germany: Gabler, 1998
  43. J.L. Fleishman. "Foundation Ownership and Control of Corporations in Germany and the United States: the Importance of Foundation Independence and Freedom to Serve the Public Interest." Reference Book on Foundation Work (Handbuch Stiftungen). Germany (Gabler), 1998 English printing 2002
  44. J.L. Fleishman. "To Merit and Preserve the Public's Trust in Not-for-Profit Organizations: The Urgent Need for New Strategies for Regulatory Reform." Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector in a Changing America. Ed. Charles Clotfelter and Thomas Ehrlich Indiana University Press, 1999
  45. J.L. Fleishman. "Reinhard Mohn's Pioneering Vision for the Bertelsmann Foundation: A Non-Profit Operating Foundation's Roots in a Dynamic For-Profit Corporation." Reinhard Mohn: Entrepreneur Philanthropist - Citizen. Ed. Thomas Middelhoff, Gerd Schulte-Hillen & gunter Thielen Random House, 2001
  46. J.L. Fleishman. "Simply Doing Good or Doing Good Well: Stewardship, Hubris, and Foundation Governance." Just Money: A Critique of Contemporary American Philanthropy. Ed. Peter Karoff Boston, The Philanthropic Initiative, 2004
  47. J.L. Fleishman. The Foundation: A Great American Secret--How Private Wealth is Changing the World (New York: PublicAffairs Books).  2007. [1586487027]
  48. T.J. Tierney; J. L. Fleishman. Give Smart: Philanthropy That Gets Results. New York: PublicAffairs Books, 2011. [1610391462]

Fontaine, JD, PhD, Reid Griffith

  1. Dodge, K. A., Kupersmidt, J., & Fontaine, R. G.. "Willie M.: Legacy of legal, social, and policy change on behalf of children.." Report to the State of North Carolina, Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services. (2000).
  2. Fontaine, R. G., Burks, V. S., & Dodge, K. A.. "Response decision processes and externalizing behavior problems in adolescents." Development and Psychopathology 14 (2002): 107-122.  [abs]
  3. Dodge, K. A., Lansford, J. E., Burks, V. S., Bates, J. E., Pettit, G. S., Fontaine, R., & Price, J. M.. "Peer rejection and social information-processing factors in the development of aggressive behavior problems in children." Child Development 74 (2003): 374-393.
  4. Fontaine, R. G., & Dodge, K. A.. "Real-time decision making and aggressive behavior in youth: A heuristic model of response evaluation and decision (RED)." Aggressive Behavior 32 (2006): 604-624.  [abs]
  5. Fontaine, R.G.. "Evaluative behavioral judgments and instrumental antisocial behaviors in children and adolescents." Clinical Psychology Review 26 (2006): 956-967.  [abs]
  6. Fontaine, R.G.. "Applying systems principles to models of social information processing and aggressive behavior in youth." Aggression and Violent Behavior 11 (2006): 64-76.  [abs]
  7. Fontaine, R. G., Yang, C., Dodge, K. A., Bates, J. E., & Pettit, G. S.. "Testing an intrapersonal systems model of response evaluation and decision (RED) and antisocial behavior across adolescence.."   (Manuscript submitted for publication).
  8. Fontaine, R. G.. "The wrongfulness of wrongly interpreting wrongfulness: Provocation interpretational bias and heat of passion homicide."   (Manuscript submitted for publication).
  9. Fontaine, R. G.. "Toward a conceptual framework of instrumental antisocial decision-making and behaivor in youth." Clinical Psychology Review (in press).  [abs]
  10. Fontaine, R. G.. "Disentangling the psychology and law of instrumental and reactive subtypes of aggression." Psychology, Public Policy, and Law (in press).  [abs]
  11. Fontaine, R. G.. "Toward a conceptual framework of instrumental antisocial decision-making and behavior in youth."   (Manuscript submitted for publication).
  12. Fontaine, R. G.. "Disentangling the psychology and law of instrumental and reactive aggressive subtypes."   (Manuscript submitted for publication).
  13. Fontaine, R. G., Yang, C., Burks, V. S., Dodge, K. A., & Price, J. M., Bates, J. E., & Pettit, G. S.. "Loneliness as a partial mediator of the relation between low social preference in childhood and internalizing symptoms in adolescence."   (Manuscript submitted for publication).
  14. Fontaine, R. G., Yang, C., Dodge, K. A., Petit, G. S., & Bates, J. E.. "Development of response evaluation and decision (RED) and antisocial behavior."   (Manuscript submitted for publication).

Frankenberg, Elizabeth

  1. Frankenberg, Elizabeth. "Social integration and economic development in the transmigration area and area development project of Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia." Annals. Southeast Regional Conference, Association of Asian Studies, 1986
  2. Kantner, Andrew & Elizabeth Frankenberg. "Levels and trends in fertility and mortality in Bangladesh." Bangladesh Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, 1985, Secondary Analysis. Chapter 1Dhaka, Bangladesh: Mitra and Associates, 1988
  3. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Khan Matin. "Determinants of child mortality in Bangladesh." Bangladesh Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, 1985, Secondary Analysis. Chapter 3Dhaka, Bangladesh: Mitra and Associates, 1988
  4. Islam, Ataurhul, Elizabeth Frankenberg & Khan Matin. "Duration of contraceptive use in Bangladesh." Bangladesh Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, 1985, Secondary Analysis. Chapter 5Dhaka, Bangladesh: Mitra and Associates, 1988
  5. Islam, Ataurhul, Elizabeth Frankenberg & Andrew Kanter. "Determinants of acceptance, continuation, and termination of family planning methods." Bangladesh Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, 1985, Secondary Analysis. Chapter 7Dhaka, Bangladesh: Mitra and Associates, 1988
  6. Molyneaux, Jack, Andrew Kantner, Djusni Meirida, Elizabeth Frankenberg, Kasmiyati & Waloejo. "The duration of contraceptive use." Secondary Analysis of the 1987 National Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, Volume I, Fertility and Family Planning. National Family Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN) and East-West Center, 1991
  7. Molyneaux, Jack, Andrew Kantner, Djusni Meirida, Elizabeth Frankenberg, Kasmiyati & Waloejo. "Contraceptive method failure and use compliance." Secondary Analysis of the 1987 National Indonesia Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, Volume I, Fertility and Family Planning. National Family Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN) and East-West Center, 1991
  8. Gertler, Paul, Carl Serrato, Jack Molyneaux, Elizabeth Frankenberg & Laura Kohn.. "Poverty analysis and policy formulation: targeting poverty with economic and non-monetary measures from the 1992 SUSENAS." (1992). Unpublished manuscript
  9. Gertler, Paul, Jack Molyneaux, Lies Achmad & Elizabeth Frankenberg. "Equity in access and utilization." Health Care Resource Needs and Mobilization in Kaltim and NTB: Interim Results Chapter 5, (1992). Unpublished manuscript
  10. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Bambang Kristianto.. "A multilevel model of the determinants of infant and early childhood mortality in Indonesia." (1992). Unpublished manusript
  11. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Jack Molyneaux & Paul Gertler.. "Access to health care: patterns of care in Indonesia." (1993). Unpublished manuscript
  12. Ross, John & Elizabeth Frankenberg. Findings from Two Decades of Family Planning Research. New York: The Population Council, 1993.
  13. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Jack Molyneaux & Paul Gertler.. "Children’s health care use in Indonesia." (1994). Unpublished manuscript
  14. Gertler, Paul, Glen Melnick, Jack Molyneaux, Elizabeth Frankenberg & Carl Serrato.. "Financing health care: lessons from the Indonesian Resource Mobilization Study." (1994). Unpublished manuscript
  15. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & William M. Mason. "Maternal education and health-related behaviors: A Preliminary Analysis of the Indonesian Family Life Survey." Journal of Population 1.1 (1995): 21-44.
  16. Frankenberg, Elizabeth. "The effects of access to health care on infant mortality in Indonesia: A fixed effects approach to evaluating health services." Health Transitions Review 5.2 (1995): 143-162.
  17. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Lynn Karoly. The 1993 Indonesian Family Life Survey: overview and field report. DRU-1195/1-NICHD/AID RAND, 1995.
  18. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Ni Wayan Suriastini & Duncan Thomas. "Nutritional status in Indonesia: evidence from the 1993 Indonesia Family Life Survey." Journal of Population 2.2 (December, 1996): 113-144.
  19. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Kathleen Beegle. "The role of government and community in women’s knowledge of health services." (1998). Unpublished manuscript
  20. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Duncan Thomas, Bondan Sikoki, Wayan Suriastini, Cecep Sukria & Merry Widayanti. "Physical health status of Indonesians: early results from the second wave of the Indonesian Family Life Survey." (1998). Unpublished manuscript
  21. Frankenberg, Elizabeth. "The relationship between infant and child mortality and subsequent fertility in Indonesia: 1971-1991." From Birth to Death: Mortality Decline and Reproductive Change. Ed. Montgomery & Cohen National Academy of Sciences, NAS Press, 1998: 316-338.
  22. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Victoria Beard & Mudu Saputra. "The kindred spirit: ties between Indonesian children and their parents." The Southeast Asian Journal of Social Sciences 27.2 (1999): 65-86.
  23. Thomas, Duncan, Elizabeth Frankenberg & Bondan Sikoki. "The measurement of power and its implications for understanding intra-household decision-making." (1999). Unpublished manuscript
  24. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Duncan Thomas & Kathleen Beegle. "The real costs of Indonesia’s economic crisis: preliminary findings from the Indonesia Family Life Surveys." Labor and Population Working Paper, DRU-2064-NIA/NICHD  (1999).
  25. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Duncan Thomas. The Indonesia Family Life Survey (IFLS): Study Design and Results from Waves 1 and 2. DRU-2238/Volumes 1-7 NIA/NICHD  2000.
  26. Frankenberg, Elizabeth. "Community and price data in the Living Standards Measurement Surveys." Designing Household Survey Questionnaires for Developing Countries: Lessons from Fifteen Years of LSMS Experience. Ed. Grosh, M. & P. Glewwe The World Bank, 2000
  27. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Duncan Thomas. "Women’s health and pregnancy outcomes: Do services make a difference?." Demography 38.2 (2001): 253-265.
  28. Thomas, Duncan, Elizabeth Frankenberg & James P. Smith. "Lost but not forgotten: Attrition and recall error in Indonesia." Journal of Human Resources 36.3 (2001): 161-193.
  29. Beegle, Kathleen, Elizabeth Frankenberg & Duncan Thomas. "Bargaining power within couples and use of prenatal and delivery care in Indonesia." Studies in Family Planning (June, 2001).
  30. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Angelique Chan & Mary Beth Ofsteda. "Stability and change in living arrangements in Indonesia, Singapore, and Taiwan, 1993-1999." Population Studies 56.2 (2002): 201-214.
  31. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Lee Lillard & Robert Willis. "Patterns of intergenerational exchange in Southeast Asia." Journal of Marriage and Family 64 (2002): 627-641.
  32. Thomas, Duncan & Elizabeth Frankenberg. "Health, nutrition, and economic prosperity: a microeconomic perspective." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 80 (2002): 106-113.
  33. Smith, Jame P., Duncan Thomas, Elizabeth Frankenberg, Kathleen Beegle & Graciela Teruel. "Wages, employment, and economic shocks: evidence from Indonesia." Journal of Population Economics 15 (2002): 161-193.
  34. Thomas, Duncan & Elizabeth Frankenberg. "The measurement and interpretation of health in social surveys." Measurement of the Global Burden of Disease. Ed. C. Murray, J. Salomon, C. Mathers & A. Lopez Chapter 8.2Geneva: World Health Organization, 2002: 387-420.
  35. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Bondan Sikoki & Wayan Suriastini. "Contraceptive Use in a Changing Service Environment: Evidence from Indonesia during the Economic Crisis." Studies in Family Planning 34.2 (2003): 103-116.
  36. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, James P. Smith & Duncan Thomas. "Economic shocks, wealth, and welfare: evidence from the Indonesia Family Life Survey." The Journal of Human Resources 38.2 (2003): 280-321.
  37. Duncan Thomas, Kathleen Beegle & Elizabeth Frankenberg,. "Labor market transitions of men and women during an economic crisis: Evidence from Indonesia." Women in the labour market in changing economies: Demographic issues. Ed. B. Garcia, R. Anker & A. Pinnelli Chapter 3Oxford University Press, 2003
  38. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Nathan Jones. "Self-rated health and mortality: does the relationship extend to a low-income setting?." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 45.4 (2004): 441-452.
  39. Thomas, Duncan, Kathleen Beegle, Elizabeth Frankenberg, John Strauss, Bondan Sikoki & Graciela Teruel. "Education in a Crisis." Journal of Development Economics 74 (2004): 53-85.
  40. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Jenna Nobles, Bondan Sikoki & Wayan Suriastini. "Children’s Use of Preventive Health Care: Can Community Programs Make a Difference?." (2004). Unpublished manuscript
  41. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Randall Kuhn. "The Role of Social Context in Shaping Intergenerational Relations in Indonesia and Bangladesh." Intergenerational Relations Across Time and Place. Ed. Giarrusso & Bengtson Chapter 8New York: Springer Publishing Company, 2004
  42. Frankenberg, Elizabeth. "Sometimes it takes a Village: Collective Efficacy and Children’s Use of Preventive Care." Working Paper, California Center for Population Research, CCPR-028-04  (2004).
  43. Thomas, Duncan, Elizabeth Frankenberg, Jed Friedman, Jean-Pierre Habicht, Christopher McKelvey, Gretel Pelto, Bondan Sikoki, James P. Smith, Cecep Sumantri & Wayan Suriastini. "Causal effect of health on labor market outcomes." Working Paper, California Center for Population Research, CCPR-022-04  (2004).
  44. Frankenberg, Elizabeth & Randall Kuhn. "The Implications of Family Systems and Economic Context for Intergenerational Transfers in Indonesia and Bangladesh." Working Paper, California Center for Population Research, CCPR-027-04  (2004).
  45. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Wayan Suriastini & Duncan Thomas. "Can Expanding Access to Basic Health Care Improve Children’s Health Status? Lesson’s from Indonesia’s ‘Midwife in the Village’ Program." Population Studies 59.1 (2005): 5-19.
  46. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Douglas McKee & Duncan Thomas.. "Health Consequences of Forest Fires in Indonesia." Demography 42.1 (2005): 109-129.
  47. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, A. Buttenheim, B. Sikoki & W. Suriastini. "Do Women Respond to Expansions in Reproductive Health Care?." (2005). Unpublished manuscript
  48. Frankenberg, Elizabeth, Christopher McKelvey & Duncan Thomas. "Fertility Regulation and Economic Shocks." Working Paper, California Center for Population Research, CCPR-022-05  (2005).
  49. Thomas, Duncan & Elizabeth Frankenberg. "Houseshold Responses to the Financial Crisis in Indonesia: Longitudinal Evidence on Poverty, Resources, and Well-being." Globalization and Poverty. Ed. Harrison Chapter 12Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2007
  50. J. Nobles, E. Frankenberg. "Mothers' Community Participation and Child Health." Journal of Health and Social Behavior  (2008)
  51. E. Frankenberg, J. Friedman, T. Gillespie, N. Ingwersen, R. Pynoos, I. Rifai, B. Sikoki, C. Sumantri, W. Suriastini, D. Thomas. "Mental Health in Sumatra after the Tsunami." American Journal of Public Health  (September, 2008).
  52. E. Frankenberg,A. Buttenheim, B. Sikoki, W. Suriastini. "Do Women Increase Their Use of Reproductive Health Care When it Becomes More Available?." Studies in Family Planning 40.1 (2009).
  53. J. Nobles, E. Frankenberg. "Mothers’ Community Participation and Child Health." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50 (2009): 16-27.
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  55. E. Frankenberg, D. Thomas. "Global Aging." Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences. Elsevier Press, 2010: 73-90.
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Gassman-Pines, Anna

  1. Hamilton, G., Freedman, S., Gennetian, L., Michalopoulos, C., Walter, J., Adams-Ciardullo, D., Gassman-Pines, A., et al.. How effective are different welfare-to-work approaches? Five-year adult and child impacts for eleven programs. Washington, DC: U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation; and U. S. Department of Education, 2001.
  2. Gennetian, L., Gassman-Pines, A., Huston, A., Crosby, D., Chang, Y., & Lowe, E.. "A review of child care policies in experimental welfare and employment programs." Next Generation Working Paper No. 1  (2001). [review-child-care-policies-experimental-welfare-and-employment-programs]
  3. Gennetian, L., Gassman-Pines, A., Huston, A., Crosby, D., Chang, Y., & Lowe, E.. "A review of child care policies in experimental welfare and employment programs. Next Generation Working Paper No. 1. New York: MDRC.."  Next Generation Working Paper No. 1 (2001). [review-child-care-policies-experimental-welfare-and-employment-programs]
  4. Gassman-Pines, A.. "The effects of welfare and employment programs on the child care use of low-income young mothers." Next Generation Working Paper No. 19  (2003).
  5. Gassman-Pines, A. & Yoshikawa, H.. "The effects of anti-poverty programs on children’s cumulative level of poverty-related risk." Developmental Psychology 42 (2006): 981-999. [pdf]
  6. Gassman-Pines, A., Yoshikawa, H., & Nay, S. L.. "Can money buy you love? The relationship between dynamic employment characteristics and entry into marriage." Making it work: Low-wage employment, family life and child development. Ed. H. Yoshikawa, T. L. Weisner, & E. Lowe New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2006: 206-231.
  7. Yoshikawa, H., Gassman-Pines, A., Weisner, T. S., & Lowe, E. D.. "Improving the world of work for low-income parents and their children." Making it work: Low-wage employment, family life and child development. Ed. H. Yoshikawa, T. L. Weisner, & E. Lowe New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2006: 307-335.
  8. Yoshikawa, H., Lowe, E. D., Weisner, T. S., Hsueh, J., Enchautegui-de-Jesus, N., Gassman-Pines, A., et al.. "Pathways through low-wage work. Do they matter for child development?." Making it work: Low-wage employment, family life and child development. Ed. H. Yoshikawa, T. L. Weisner, & E. Lowe 2006: 27-53.
  9. Yoshikawa, H., Morris, P. A., Gennetian, L. A., Roy, A. L., Gassman-Pines, A. & Godfrey, E. B.. "Effects of welfare and employment policies on middle-childhood school performance: Do they vary by race/ethnicity, and if so, why?." Developmental contexts in middle childhood: Bridges to adolescence and adulthood. Ed. A. C. Huston & M. Ripke New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006: 370-384.
  10. Gassman-Pines, A. & Yoshikawa, H.. "Five-year effects of an anti-poverty program on marriage among never-married mothers." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 26 (2006): 11-30. [pdf]
  11. A. Gassman-Pines & H. Yoshikawa. "Five-year effects of an anti-poverty program on marriage among never-married mothers." Social Experimentation, Program Evaluation, and Public Policy. Ed. M. Pirog Journal of Policy Analysis and Management Classic SeriesBlackwell, 2008
  12. C. M. Gibson-Davis & A. Gassman-Pines. "Early childhood family structure and mother-child interactions: Variation by race and ethnicity." Developmental Psychology 46 (2010): 151-164. [a0017410&title=Developmental+psychology&volume=46&issue=1&date=2010&spage=151&issn=0012-1649]
  13. Yoshikawa, H., Gassman-Pines, A., Morris, P. A., Gennetian, L. A., & Godfrey, E. B. "Racial/ethnic differences in effects of welfare policies on early school readiness and later achievement." Applied Developmental Science 14 (2010): 137-153. [available here]
  14. Gassman-Pines, A. "Low-income mothers’ nighttime and weekend work: Daily associations with child behavior, mother-child interactions and mood." Family Relations 60 (2011): 15-29. [pdf]
  15. Gassman-Pines, A. "Associations of low-income working mothers’ daily interactions with supervisors and mother-child interactions." Journal of Marriage and Family 73 (2011): 67-76. [pdf]
  16. E.O. Ananat, A. Gassman-Pines & C. M. Gibson-Davis. "The Effects of Local Employment Losses on Children's Educational Achievement." Whither Opportunity? Rising Inequality and the Uncertain Life Chances of Low-Income Children. Ed. Gregory J. Duncan & Richard Murnane Russell Sage, 2011: 299-313.
  17. Gassman-Pines, A.. "Daily spillover of low-income working mothers' perceived workload to mood and mother-child interactions." Journal of Marriage and Family 75 (2013): 1304-1318. [pdf]
  18. Gassman-Pines, A., Godfrey, E. B., & Yoshikawa, H.. "Parental goals moderate the effects of welfare policies on children: A person-environment fit approach." Child Development 84 (2013): 198-208.
  19. E.O. Ananat, A. Gassman-Pines, & C.M. Gibson-Davis. "The effect of local job loss on teenage birthrates: Evidence from North Carolina." Demography 50 (2013): 2151-2171. [html]
  20. Gassman-Pines, A. & Hill, Z.. "How social safety net programs affect children’s development." Child Development Perspectives 7.3 (2013): 172-181. [cdep.12037&title=Child+development+perspectives&volume=7&issue=3&date=2013&spage=172&issn=1750-8592]
  21. Ananat, E. O, Francis, D. V., Gassman-Pines, A.,l & Gibson-Davis, C. M. "Children left behind: The effects of statewide job loss on student achievement."   (manuscript under review).
  22. A. Gassman-Pines. "Effects of Mexican immigrant parents’ daily workplace discrimination on child behavior and family functioning.."   (Manuscsript under review).
  23. E. O. Ananat, A. Gassman-Pines, D. V. Francis, & C. M. Gibson-Davis. "Children Left Behind: The Effects of Statewide Job Losses on Student Achievement."  .w17104 (2013).
  24. A. Gassman-Pines, E. O. Ananat, C. M. Gibson-Davis. "Statewide job loss increases adolescent suicide-related behaviors." American Journal of Public Health (2014).

Gibson-Davis, Christina M.

  1. Huston, A., Bos, J., Granger, R., Duncan, G., Brock, T., McLloyd, V., Crosby, D., Gibson, C., Magnuson, K., Romich, J. and A. Ventura. "Work-Based Anti-Poverty Programs for Parents Can Enhance the School Performance and Social Behavior of Children." Child Development 72.1 (2001): 318-338. [pdf]
  2. Gibson, C. and Weisner, C. "Rational and Ecocultural Circumstances of Program Take-Up Among Low-Income Working Parents." Human Organization 61.2 (2002): 154-166. [pdf]
  3. Gibson, C. "Privileging the Participant: The Importance of Take-Up Rates In Social Welfare Evaluations." American Journal of Evaluation 24 (2003): 443-470. [pdf]
  4. Gibson-Davis, C.M., Magnuson, K., Gennetian, L., and Duncan, G.J. "Does Employment Protect Women From Domestic Violence." Journal of Marriage and Family 67 (2005): 1149-1168.  [abs]
  5. Gibson-Davis, C.M., Edin, K. & McLahanan, S. "High Hopes but Even Higher Expectations: The Retreat from Marriage Among Low-Income Couples." Journal of Marriage and Family 67 (2005): 1301-1312. [pdf]  [abs]
  6. C. Gibson-Davis and Duncan, G.J. "Qualitative/Quantitative Synergies in a Random Assignment Program." Discovering Successful Pathways in Childern's Development: New Methods in the Study of Childhood and Family Life. Ed. T. Weisner Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2005: 283-303.
  7. Duncan, G.J. and Gibson-Davis, C.M. "Childcare Quality and Child Outcomes: Drawing Policy Lessons from Nonexperimental Data." Evaluation Review 30.5 (2006): 611-630. [611]
  8. Gibson-Davis, C.M. and Foster, E.M. "A Cautionary Tale: Using Propensity Scores to Estimate the Impact of Food Stamps on Food Insecurity." Social Service Review 80 (2006): 93-126.  [abs]
  9. Gibson-Davis, C.M. and Brooks-Gunn, J. "Couples’ Immigration, and Ethnicity as Determinants of Breastfeeding." American Journal of Public Health 96.4 (2006): 641-646. [641]  [abs]
  10. Gibson-Davis, C.M. and Brooks-Gunn, J. "Breastfeeding and the Verbal Ability of Three-Year-Olds in a Multi-City Sample." Pediatrics 118 (2006): e1444 - e1451. [e1444]  [abs]
  11. Magnuson, K. and Gibson-Davis, C.M. "Explaining the Patterns of Child Support among Low-Income Noncustodial Fathers." Unmarried Couples With Children. Ed. P. England and K. Edin Russell Sage, 2007: 228-251.
  12. Gibson-Davis, C.M. "Expectations and the Economic Bar to Marriage Among Low Income Couples." Unmarried Couples With Children. Ed. P. England and K. Edin 2007: 84-103.
  13. Gibson-Davis, C.M. and Brooks-Gunn, J. "The Association between Maternal Relationship Status and Breastfeeding Behaviors." Journal of Marriage and Family 69 (2007): 1107-1117. [x]  [abs]
  14. Gibson-Davis, C.M. "The Association between Fathers’ Informal Employment and Marriage."   (2008).  [abs]
  15. Gibson-Davis, C.M. "The Effect of Family Structure on Maternal and Paternal Parenting." Journal of Marriage and Family 70 (2008): 452–465. [pdf]  [abs]
  16. Gibson-Davis, C.M. "Money, Marriage, and Children: Testing the Financial Expectations and Family Formation Theory." Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (2009): 146-161. [pdf]  [abs]
  17. Gibson-Davis, C.M. and Gassman-Pines, A.. "Early Childhood Family Structure and Mother-Child Interactions: Variation by Race and Ethnicity." Developmental Psychology 46.1 (2010): 151-164. [a0017410&title=Developmental+psychology&volume=46&issue=1&date=2010&spage=151&issn=0012-1649]  [abs]
  18. Miang, J., Foster, E.M., and Gibson-Davis, C.M.,. "The Effect of WIC on Breastfeeding: A New Look at an Established Relationship." Children and Youth Services Review 32 (2010): 264-273. [S0190740909002497]  [abs]
  19. Foster, E.M., Jiang, M., and Gibson-Davis, C.M.. "The Effect of WIC on the Health of Newborns." Health Services Research 45 (2010): 1083-1104. [full]  [abs]
  20. Gibson-Davis, C.M.. "Mothers but not wives: The increasing lag between nonmarital births and marriage." Journal of Marriage and Family 73 (2011): 1-15. [pdf]  [abs]
  21. Jiang, M, Foster, E.M., and Gibson-Davis, C.M.. "Breastfeeding and child cognitive." Maternal and Child Health Journal. 15 (2011): 1296-1307. [s10995-010-0677-5#page-1]  [abs]
  22. Ananat, E., Gassman-Pines, A., and Gibson-Davis, C.M. "The Effect of Plant Closings on Children's Educational Achievement." Whither Opportunity? Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children's Life Chances. Ed. G. J. Duncan, R. Murnane 2011: 299-313.
  23. Rackin, H. and Gibson-Davis, C.M.. "The role of pre- and postconception relationships for first time parents." Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (2012): 526-539. [pdf]  [abs]
  24. Ananat, E., Gassman-Pines, A, and Gibson-Davis, C. "Community-wide job loss and teenage fertility: Evidence from North Carolina." Demography 5 (2013): 2151-2171. [html]  [abs]
  25. Ananat, E., Francis, D., Gassman-Pines, A, and Gibson-Davis, C. "Children left behind: The effects of statewide job loss on student achievement."  .17104 (2013).  [abs]
  26. C.M. Gibson-Davis and H. Rackin. "Marriage or Carriage? Trends in Union Context and Birth Type by Education." Journal of Marriage and Family  (2013).  [abs]
  27. Gassman-Pines, A., Ananat, E. and Gibson-Davis, C.M. "Statewide job losses increase adolescent suicide-related behaviors."   (2013).  [abs]
  28. C.M. Gibson-Davis. "Magic moment? Maternal marriage for children born out of wedlock."   (2013).  [abs]

Gifford, Elizabeth J.

  1. Bhandari, S. and E.J. Gifford. "Children with Health Insurance in the United States: 2002." (2003): 60-224.
  2. Foster, E. M. and Gifford, E.J.. "Challenges in the transition to adulthood for youth in foster care, juvenile justice, and special education."  McArthur Foundation Research Network on Transitions to Adulthood and Public Policy, 2004 [pdf]
  3. Gifford, E.J., R. Weech-Maldonado, P. Short. "Encouraging Preventive Services for Low-Income Children: Implications for Expanding Medicaid Coverage to Parents." Health Care Financing Review 24.4 (2005): 81-94.
  4. Foster, E.M., E.J. Gifford. "The Transition to Adulthood for Youth Leaving Public Systems: Challenges to policies and research." On the Frontier of Adulthood: Theory, Research, and Public Policy. Ed. R.A. Settersten, F. Furstenberg, R. Rumbaut (Eds.) University of Chicago Press, 2005
  5. Troop, T.O. and Gifford, E.J.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, July 2006.."  2006
  6. Troop, T.O., Gifford, E.J., Rosch, J.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, January 2006.."  2006
  7. Gifford, E.J.,Foster, A. and Rosch, J.. "Substance Use and Abuse in Durham County."  2006
  8. Gifford, E.J. (Database programming by Silverpoint Solutions). "CFST Case Management System." (2007).
  9. Troop, T.O., Gifford, E.J., Rosch, J.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, July 2007.."  2007
  10. Troop, T.O., Gifford, E.J., Rosch, J.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, January 2007.."  2007
  11. Cogswell, C.,Gifford, E.J.,Evans, K.E. and Foster, A.. "America's Promise Alliance Dropout Prevention Summit Report Series: Dropout Summit Evaluation Report for Each Community and State that Hosted a Summit."  2008
  12. Gifford, E.J. and Foster, E.M.. "Provider-level effects on length of stay for youth with mental health and substance abuse disorders." Medical Care 46 (2008): 240-246. [18388838]
  13. Gifford, E.J. and Troop, T.O.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, July 2008.."  2008
  14. Troop, T.O. and Gifford, E.J.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, January 2008.."  2008
  15. Wasilewski,Y.,Gifford, E. J., Bonneau, K.. "Evaluation of the School-wide Positive Behavioral Support Program in Eight North Carolina Elementary Schools."  2008
  16. Gifford, Elizabeth J.. "Substance Use Among North Carolina Adolescents." (2009). [php]
  17. Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance First Annual Evaluation Report."  2009
  18. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance National Partner Survey Report."  2009
  19. Gifford, E.J. and Troop, T.O.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, January 2009.."  2009
  20. Wells, R.,Gifford, E.J.,Bai, Y. and Corra, A.. "America's Promise Alliance Evaluation: Featured Community Social Network Analysis Report Series: How local partners collaborate around dropout prevention in each featured community."  2009
  21. Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Progress Report."  2009
  22. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance National Partner Interview Report."  2009
  23. Gifford, E.J. and Cogswell, C.. "America’s Promise Alliance Dropout Prevention Summits, December 23, 2009."  2009
  24. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Featured Communities Partnership Survey Results November 30, 2009."  2009
  25. Gifford, E.J. and Troop, T.O.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, July 2009.."  2009
  26. Gifford, E.J., Wells, R.S, Miller, S., Troop, T.O., Bai, Y., Babinski, L.. "Pairing nurses and social workers in schools: North Carolina’s school-based child and family support teams." Journal of School Health (2010).
  27. Berlin, L.,Gifford, E.J.,Corra, A.,Babinski, L. and Carolina, J.. "Indicators of High School Completion and Youth Success: Review and Recommendations."  2010
  28. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Featured Community Coordinator Interviews: Summary Report July 2010."  2010
  29. Gifford, E.J. and Troop, T.O.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: January 2010 Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council.."  2010
  30. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Featured Communities Initiative: Partnership Survey Results for Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis, Jackson, Louisville, Nashville, and Oakland."  2010
  31. Corra, A.,Babinski, L. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Evaluation: Featured Community Coordinator Interviews: Supplemental Report July 2010."  2010
  32. Gifford, E.J. and Troop, T.O.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: July 2010 Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council.."  2010 [pdf]
  33. Cogswell, C. and Gifford, E.J.. "America’s Promise Alliance Dropout Prevention Summits Six Month Post-Summit Survey Initial Report."  2010
  34. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Evaluation: Analysis of the High School Dropout Issue in the Television News in the Featured Communities During 2009."  2010
  35. Gifford, E.J.,Evans, K.E.,Rosch, J. and Foster, A.. "Substance Use and Abuse in Durham County."  2010 [pdf]
  36. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "Using a Media Content Analysis to Evaluate the Impact of a Public Awareness Campaign."   (2011).
  37. Gifford, E.J.,Evans, K.E. and Babinski, L.. "Community Organization Perceptions of the Value of the Larry King Center’s Technical Assistance."  2011
  38. Gifford, E.J. and Evans, K.E.. "Examination of Out-of-School Suspensions and Juvenile Complaints."  2011
  39. Evans, K.E. and Gifford, E.J.. "America’s Promise Alliance Dropout Prevention Summits Six-Month Post-Summit Survey Report, September 30, 2011."  2011
  40. Berlin, L.,Gifford, E.J.,Evans, K.E.,Bai, Y.,Thompson, G. and Sandoval, J.. "National and State Indicators of High School Completion and Youth Success."  2011
  41. Gifford, E.J., Bai, Y. Troop, T.O., Evans, K. Foster, A.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, July 2011.."  2011
  42. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Evaluation: A Content Analysis of Dropout Newspaper Articles in 24 Communities from January to June 2011."  2011
  43. Gifford, E.J. and Cogswell, C.. "America’s Promise Alliance Dropout Prevention Summits, January 10, 2011."  2011
  44. Babinski, L.,Stern, B.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Evaluation: Featured Community Coordinator and Partnership Member Interviews: Summary Report."  2011
  45. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Evaluation: Analysis of the Television and Newspaper Coverage of the Dropout Prevention Summit in 19 Cities."  2011
  46. Gifford, E.J. and Evans, K.E.. "America's Promise Alliance Dropout Prevention Summits: Mobilizing Action to Address the High School Dropout Crisis across the Nation."  2011
  47. Babinski, L.,Corra, A. and Gifford, E.J.. "America's Promise Alliance Evaluation: A Content Analysis of the High School Dropout Issue on National Television News: January to June 2011."  2011
  48. Gifford, E.J.,Evans, K.E.,Babinski, L. and Foster, A.. "Larry King Center Evaluation: Participant Perspectives of the School Readiness Planning Process."  2011
  49. Babinski, L. and Gifford, E.J.. "Action Team Planning Process: Findings from the Interviews with the Larry King Center Staff Members."  2011
  50. Corra, A.,Babinski, L. and Gifford, E.J.. "Findings from the Interviews with Key Stakeholders of the Larry King Center."  2011
  51. Babinski, L.,Gifford, E.J. and Corra, A.. "A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of America’s Promise Alliance and High School Dropout across the United States: January to June 2011."  2011
  52. Gifford, E.J., Troop, T.O.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: January 2011 Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council.."  2011
  53. Gifford, E.J.,Evans, K.E.,Berlin, L. and Bai, Y.. "America’s Promise Alliance: 10 Indicators of Academic Achievement and Youth Success."  2011
  54. Foster, A., Gifford, E.J., Troop, Tony. "CFST User Case Management Use Manual." (2007-2011).
  55. Boyd, Sally, Babinski, Leslie,Gifford, E.J.. "Community Collaboration Lessons from the Field: Case studies in Nashville, Oakland and Louisville."  2011
  56. Gifford, E.J., Evans, K.,Troop, T.O. and Foster, A., Bai, Y.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: January 2012 Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council.."  2012
  57. Gifford, Elizabeth J., Babinski, Leslie, Evans, Kelly E. and Rabiner, David. "Pipeline STEM Survey Results."  2012
  58. Gifford, Elizabeth J., Evans, Kelly E., Babinski, Leslie, Murray, Desiree, and Rabiner, David. "Pipeline Phase 2 STEM Survey Results."  2012
  59. Gifford, Elizabeth J., Troop, Tony O., Evans, Kelly E., and Bai, Yu. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: July 2012 Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council.."  July, 2012
  60. Gifford, E.J. and Evans, K.. "Gender Disparities in Educational Expectations: A Look at 9th Graders."  November, 2012
  61. Gifford, Elizabeth J. and Evans, Kelly E.. "America's Promise Alliance Dropout Prevention Summits: Mobilizing Action to Address the High School Dropout Crisis across the Nation."  November, 2012
  62. Evans, K., Weber, R., Gifford, E.J.. "Substance use and abuse in Durham County."  2013
  63. Wells, R. and Gifford, E.J.. "Implementation of a school-based initiative for at-risk children: The first five years." Children and Youth Services Review May (2013): 787-796. [026]  [abs]
  64. Sloan, F., Gifford, E.J.,Chepke, L., Acquah, K. and Bevins, C.. "How Specialty Courts Affect Outcomes for Youth in Foster Care." Evaluation Review 37.1 (2013): 3-37. [3.abstract]  [abs]
  65. Wells, R., Gifford, E.J.,Bai, Y. and Corra, A.. "A network perspective on dropout prevention within two US cities." Educational Administration Quarterly (2013). [doi]  [abs]
  66. Lynne, G., Gifford, E.J., Evans, K., Rosch, J.. "Barriers to Reporting Child Maltreatment: Evidence That Emergency Medical Technicians Do Not Fully Understand Role as Mandatory Reporters." North Carolina Journal of Medicine (Accepted June 2014).  [abs]
  67. Gifford, Elizabeth J., Troop, Tony O., Bai, Yu and Evans, Kelly E.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, January 2013.."  2013
  68. Troop, Tony O., Gifford, Elizabeth J., Bai, Yu and Evans, Kelly E.. "Evaluation of Child and Family Support Teams: Report to the Office of the Governor, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Justice and Public Safety, Joint Appropriations Committees and Subcommittees on Health and Human Services, Fiscal Research Division of the Legislative Offices. North Carolina Child and Family Leadership Council, July 2013.."  2013
  69. Gifford, Elizabeth J. and Evans, Kelly E.. "America’s Promise Alliance: 10 Indicators of Academic Achievement and Youth Success."  2013
  70. Gifford, E.J., the Truancy Prevention Team, Social Science Research Institute. "Attendance Information System." (2013).  [author's comments]
  71. Phillip Cook, Elizabeth Gifford and the Truancy Prevention Team. "Attendance in Durham Primary Schools."  2013
  72. Gifford, Elizabeth, Eldred, Lindsey, Mccutchan, Sabrina, Sloan, Frank. "Does Completion Status Matter: Can Drug Treatment Courts Curb Crime for Offenders Referred, Enrolled, or Completed?."   (2013).
  73. Gifford, E.J. and Evans, K.. "Education outcomes for economically disadvantaged youth: A look at 9th graders."  January, 2013
  74. Gifford, Elizabeth J., Eldred, Lindsey, and Sloan, Frank. "Empirical evidence on legal levers aimed at addressing child abuse and neglect."  January 31, 2014
  75. Lawrence, Nicole and Gifford, Elizabeth. "Findings from the Interviews with Key Stakeholders and Partners of the Larry King Center."  August, 2013
  76. Sloan, F., Eldred, L., Gifford, E.J., McCutchan, S.. "Do DWI and Hybrid Drug Treatment Courts Reduce DWI Arrests." Journal of Law and Human Behavior  (December, 2013).
  77. Gifford, Elizabeth J. and Evans, Kelly. "Using A Systems Change Framework to Examine the Implementation of the School Readiness Plan."  December, 2013
  78. Skinner, A., Babinski, L. and Gifford, E.J.. "Teachers' expectations and self-efficacy for working with bullies and victims." Psychology in the Schools 5.1 (2014): 72-84. [abstract]  [abs]
  79. Gifford, E.J., Wells, R., Bai, Yu, Malone, P.. "The Effect of Fidelity in School-based Child and Family Team Meetings on Service Receipt."   (2014).
  80. Gifford, E.J., Eldred, L., Vernerey, A., Sloan, F.. "How Does Family Drug Treatment Court Participation Affect Child Welfare Outcomes." Child Abuse & Neglect ((in press)). [S0145213414001033]  [abs]

Glenday, Graham

  1. G. Glenday with J.C. Evans. "Inflation and Investment." Report prepared for Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Ottawa (May, 1978).
  2. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins, J.C. Evans and C. Montmarquette. "Trade Adjustment Assistance: Costs of Adjustment and Policy Proposals." Report prepared for Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Ottawa (June, 1978).
  3. G. Glenday. "Income Loss Estimated for a Sample of Beneficiaries of the Adjustment Assistance Benefits Program." Report prepared for Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Ottawa (December, 1978).
  4. G. Glenday. "Key Factors in the Income Loss of Laid-Off Workers." Report prepared for Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Ottawa (August, 1979).
  5. G. Glenday. "Approaches to Government Involvement in Promoting Risky Investments." Report prepared for Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Ottawa (October, 1979).
  6. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins and J.C. Evans. "Worker Adjustment Policies: An Alternative to Protectionism." North-South Institute. (1980).
  7. G. Glenday with Evans, J.C. and G.P. Jenkins. "Worker Adjustment to Liberalized Trade: Costs and assistance Policies." Harvard Institute of International Development Discussion Paper No. 98. (July, 1980).
  8. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins and J.C. Evans. "Worker Adjustment Costs and Assistance Policies." World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 426. (October, 1980). Also presented at World Bank Workshop on market Penetration, Kiel, West Germany, Nov. 29-Dec 2, 1982
  9. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins. "An Overview of Issues Related to Employment Policy in Canada." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa (November, 1980).
  10. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins. "Industrial Dislocation and the Private Cost of Labor Adjustment." Harvard Institute of International Development Discussion Paper No. 113. (February, 1981). and Economic Inquiry: Contemporary Policy Issues (January 1984); Also presented at Western Economic Association Annual Meetings, Seattle, July 1983
  11. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins. "Labor Adjustment: An Overview of Problems and Policies." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa Technical Study No. 11. (May, 1981).
  12. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins. "The Unemployment Experience of Individuals." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa Technical Study No. 14. (May, 1981). revised June 1988; Also presented at Queen's University Public Finance Workshop Kingston, August 31-September 4, 1981; Also presented at the Western Economic Association International Conference, Los Angeles, June 30-July 3, 1988
  13. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins. "Patterns of Duration of Employment and Unemployment." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa Technical Study No. 12. (July, 1981). Also presented at Queen's University Public Finance Workshop Kingston, August 31-September 4, 1981
  14. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins. "The Employment Experience of the Unemployed." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa Technical Study No. 13. (July, 1981). Also presented at Queen's University Public Finance Workshop Kingston, August 31-September 4, 1981
  15. G. Glenday with G.P. Jenkins and D. Misir. "The Taxation of Foreign Investment Income in Canada, the United States and Mexico." Law and Contemporary Problems 44.3 (Summer, 1981).
  16. G. Glenday with J. Alam. "Employment Performance and Labor Market Adjustment in the Automobile Industry." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa (September, 1981).
  17. G. Glenday with R. Hood and J.C. Evans. "Foreign Savings and the Estimation of a Social Discount Rate for Canada." paper prepared for the Department of Finance. (December, 1981).
  18. G. Glenday with R. Hood and J.C. Evans. "The Estimation of a Social Discount Rate for Canada: A Stock Adjustment Model with Country Risk." paper prepared for the Department of Finance. (January, 1982).
  19. G. Glenday with R. Hood. "Pensions and Labor Force Behavior." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa (February, 1982).
  20. G. Glenday with J. Alam. "The Effects of Unemployment Insurance Benefits on the Structure of Employment in Seasonally and Cyclically Sensitive Sectors." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa (February, 1982).
  21. G. Glenday with J. Alam. "The Labor Market Experience of Individuals: Unemployment Insurance and Regional Effects." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa (May, 1982).
  22. G. Glenday G.P. Jenkins. "Do Those Unemployment Longer Work Longer?." Paper prepared for the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission Task Force on Labor Market Development, Ottawa (June, 1982). and Harvard Institute of International Development Discussion Paper No. 274, August 1988
  23. G. Glenday. "Comment on 'Economic Adjustment and Labor Market Policy." 2nd John Deutsch Roundtable on Economic Policy, Queen's University. (November, 1982).
  24. G. Glenday. "Labor Adjustment and Trade Liberalization: Costs and Policies at the Canadian Context." Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University. (December, 1982).
  25. G. Glenday with R. R. Barichello. "The Tax Expenditure of Agricultural Marketing Quota Deductibility." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 33.3 (November, 1985): 263-84.
  26. G. Glenday with A. Gupta and H. Pawlak. "Tax Incentives for Personal Charitable Donations." The Review of Economics and Statistics 68.4 (November, 1986). (Also presented at the Canadian Economic Association Meetings, Montreal, May 1985)
  27. G. Glenday with J.B. Davies. "Accrual Equivalent Marginal Tax Rates for Personal Financial Assets." Development Discussion Paper No. 237, Harvard Institute for International Development. (December, 1986). and Canadian Journal of Economics XXIII(1) (February 1990) pp. 189-209
  28. G. Glenday. "Personal Savings and Portfolio Composition: Changing Tax Incentives." Development Discussion Paper No. 257, Harvard Institute for International Development. (December, 1987). and in the Economic Impacts of Tax Reform, J. Mintz and J. Whalley (Ed), Canadian Tax Paper No. 84, Canadian Tax Foundation, Toronto (1989); Also presented at "Conference on the Economic Impacts of Tax Reform" by John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen's University, Department of Economics, University of Western Ontario, and Canadian Tax Foundation, Toronto, Oct. 1987
  29. G. Glenday. "Comments on Tax Expenditure Budget from Inside the Government: The Canadian Experience." Tax Expenditures and Government Policy. Ed. N. Bruce John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen's University, Kingston, 1989 Also presented at Conference on "Tax Expenditures and Government Policy," John Deutsch Roundtable, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, November 17-18, 1988
  30. G. Glenday. "Monte Carlo Simulation Techniques in the Valuation of Truncated Distributions in the Context of Project Appraisal." (mimeo). (June, 1989). Also presented at 64th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association at Lake Tahoe, Nevada, June 18-22, 1989
  31. G. Glenday with J.M. Mintz. "The Nature and Magnitude of Tax Losses of Canadian Corporations." (October, 1990). and in Clarkson Gordon Foundation, Policy Options for the Treatment of Tax Losses in Canada, Thomson Professional Publishing Canada (1991); Paper presented at the Clarkson Gordon Foundation Symposium on "Tax Loss Utilization," Toronto, October 25, 1990; Also an accompanying paper with B. Geddes "Data Bases and Methodology for the Corporate Tax Loss Study" for Department of Finance, Ottawa (December 1989
  32. G. Glenday. "On Safari in Kenya: from Sales Tax to Value Added Tax." International VAT Monitor (December, 1991).
  33. G. Glenday. "Kenyan Finance Act 1993 Offers Reform and Simplification." Tax Notes International 7.24 (December 13, 1993).
  34. G. Glenday. "Perspectives on the Computerization of Tax System in Sub-Saharan Africa." HIID Development Discussion Paper #446 TRS, Taxation Research Series #9. (May, 1993). and in Glenn P. Jenkins (Ed), Information Technology and Innovation in Tax Administration, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International (1996
  35. G. Glenday. "Kenyan Budget Continues Tax Reforms under Tax Modernization Program." Tax Notes International 9.11 (September 12, 1994).
  36. G. Glenday. "The Design of Bilateral Direct Transfer Scheme between Lesotho and the Repbulic of South Africa." HIID Development Discussion Paper #487, Taxation Series #20. (April, 1994).
  37. G. Glenday. "Kenyan Budget Continues in Tax Reform Tradition." Tax Notes International 11.8 (August 21, 1995).
  38. G. Glenday. "Basic World Tax Code in Sub-Saharan Africa, Does it fit the Bill?." Tax Notes International (April 22, 1996). and HIID Development Discussion Paper #541, Taxation Series #27 (May 1996
  39. G. Glenday. "Risk Sharing Contracts in Project Appraisal." The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation (1997): 99-119.
  40. G. Glenday. "Kenya Finance Act Maintains Tax Reform Tradition." Tax Notes International 14.4 (January 27, 1997).
  41. G. Glenday. "Kenya's 1997 Budget Reduces Tax Rates." Tax Notes International 15.11 (September 15, 1997).
  42. G. Glenday. "Capacity Building in the Context of the Kenya Tax Modernization Program." Getting Good Government: Capacity Building in the Pbulic Sectors of Developing Countries. Harvard University Press, 1997 Paper presented at the HIID Conference on Capacity Building on Capacity Building held in Bermuda, March 29-31, 1995
  43. G. Glenday. "Country Profile: Kenya." The Africa Competitiveness Report 1998 World Economic Forum and HIID, World Economic Forum, Geneva, Switzerland. (1998).
  44. G. Glenday. "Kenya Introduces Balanced Budget." Tax Notes International 17.6 (August 10, 1998).
  45. G. Glenday. "Customs and Trade Facilitation: Challenges and Opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa." Bulletin for International Fiscal Documentation 52.6 (June, 1998). (and International Tax Program, Working Paper 1004 (October 1997); Paper presented at the Symposium on "Innovations in Trade Administration: Customs in the 21st Century held by HIID and the International Tax Program, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 14-15, 1996)
  46. G. Glenday with David Ndii. "Export Platforms in Kenya." EAGER Research Paper. (September 29, 1999). and HIID Development Discussion Paper #752 (February 2000) and Chap 4 in Restarting and Sustaining Economic Growth in Africa: the Case of Kenya, edited by M.S. Kimenyi, J.M. Mbaku, and N. Mwaniki, Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies (Ashgate 2003); Paper presented at USAID EAGER Conference on Restarting and Sustaining Growth in Kenya in Nairobi, Kenya on Jan 26, 2000
  47. G. Glenday. "Kenya Lowers Tax Rates to Revive Economy." Tax Notes International 19.4 (July 26, 1999).
  48. G. Glenday. "Kenya Offers Tax Incentives to Help Restart Growth." Tax Notes International 21.5 (July 31, 2000).
  49. G. Glenday. "Trade Liberalization and Customs Revenues: Does trade liberalization lead to lower customs revenues? The Case of Kenya." HIID Development Discussion Paper #764. (June, 2000). and African Economic Policy Discussion paper #45 (Equity and Growth through Economic Research (EAGER) Project, USAID/Africa Bureau) (October 2000); Journal of African Finance and Economic Development, Autumn 2000, 5(2), 89-125; Paper presented at USAID EAGER Conference on Restarting and Sustaining Growth in Kenya in Nairobi, Kenya on Jan 26, 2000
  50. G. Glenday with T.C.I. Ryan. "Trade Liberalization and Growth in Kenya." African Economic Policy Discussion Paper #44 (Equity and Growth through Economic Research (EAGER) Project, USAID/Africa Bureau). (October, 2000). and Chap 5 in Restarting and Sustaining Economic Growth in Africa: the Case of Kenya, edited by M.S. Kimenyi, J.M. Mbaku, and N. Mwaniki, Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies (Ashgate 2003); Paper presented at USAID EAGER Conference on Restarting and Sustaining Growth in Kenya in Nairobi, Kenya on Jan 26, 2000
  51. G. Glenday with Meera Metha and Roy Kelly. "Kenya: An Assessment Of Local Service Delivery And Local Governments In Kenya." The World Bank, Water and Urban I, Africa Region Report No. 24383. (June 25, 2002).
  52. G. Glenday. "Trade Liberalization and Customs Revenues: Does trade liberalization lead to lower customs revenues? The Case of Kenya." Journal of African Finance and Economic Development 5.2 (Fall, 2002): 89-125.
  53. G. Glenday with Joseph Tham. "What weights in the WACC?." Sanford Institute Working Paper Series, paper No. SAN03-01. (2003).
  54. G. Glenday. "Economic Opportunity Cost of Capital: Financing Infrastructure in Emerging Markets." Report prepared for INT/ITD, Inter-American Development Bank. (June 27, 2003).
  55. G. Glenday. "VAT analysis and revenue estimation based on micro-simulation data." Report prepared for Ministry of Finance, Government of Ghana. (September 15, 2003).
  56. G. Glenday. "Towards a Strategy for an Improved Tax System." World Bank Fiscal Aide-Memoir to Government of Turkey. (2002).
  57. G. Glenday, Meera Metha and Roy Kelly. "Kenya: An Assessment of Local Service Delivery and Local Governments in Kenya." The World Bank, Water and Urban I, Africa Region Report No. 24383 (June 25, 2002).
  58. G. Glenday and David Ndii. "Export Platforms in Kenya." Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies. Ed. C. Gray, M. Kimenyi and M. McPherson Ashgate Publishers, 2003
  59. G. Glenday and T.C.I. Ryan. "Trade Liberalization and Growth in Kenya." Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies. Ed. C. Gray, M. Kimenyi and M. McPherson Ashgate Publishers, 2003
  60. G. Glenday. "Assessment of the Current State of VAT Implementation in SADC Member States." Report prepared for the Trade, Industry, Finance and Investment (TIFI) Directorate of the Southern African Development Community. (April 15, 2004). revised November 30, 2005; Report presented at Southern African Development Community Workshop on VAT Study to fourteen Member States of SADC, Kopanong Hotel, Benoni, South Africa, Nov 23-25, 2005
  61. G. Glenday. "Tax Receipts Forecasting Model." revisions (mimeo). (February 16, 2005).
  62. G. Glenday with GP Shukla. "Public Finance in Open Economies." teaching manual (2005).
  63. G. Glenday with GP Shukla. "Tax Analysis and Revenue Forecasting: Issues and Techniques." teaching manual (2005).
  64. G. Glenday. "Compliance Strategy: Where is Sub-Saharan Africa Headed?."   (March, 2006). Prepared for workshop jointly organized by the World Bank Institute and Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PRMPS): "Issues in Revenue Administration, Tax Compliance, and Combating Corruption"; Cape Town, South Africa.
  65. G. Glenday. "Towards fiscally feasible and efficient trade liberalization."   (May, 2006). Study prepared under the Fiscal Reform in Support of Trade Liberalization Project, funded by USAID/DAI.
  66. G. Glenday. "Belize: A Review of Public Expenditures." Economic and Sector Study Series, RE2-06-018,, Inter-Ameircan Development Bank. (October, 2006).
  67. G. Glenday and Z. Li Swift. "Establishing Tax Expenditure Accounts -- Towards Better Fiscal Accountability and Transparency." Turkey Public Expenditure Review. World Bank, December, 2006
  68. G. Glenday. "Special Regimes & Thresholds for Taxation of SMEs."   (October, 2007). Prepared for the International Tax Dialogue Global Conference on Taxation of SMEs in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  69. G. Glenday with GP Shukla. "Public Finance in Open Economies." teaching manual (2008). revision of 2005 edition
  70. G. Glenday with GP Shukla. "Tax Analysis and Revenue Forecasting: Issues and Techniques." teaching manual (2008). revision of 2005 edition
  71. G. Glenday. "South African Tax Performance: Some Perspectives and International Comparisons." (March, 2008). Prepared for Tax Symposium 2008, National Treasury of South Africa, Pretoria
  72. G. Glenday. "The New “Old” Approach to the Economic Opportunity Cost of Capital."   (October 2008). Paper prepared for conference on “Discount Rates for the Evaluation of Public Private Partnerships” Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada on October 2-3, 2008
  73. G. Glenday. "The New “Old” Approach to the Economic Opportunity Cost of Capital." Discount Rates for the Evaluation of Public Private Partnerships. Ed. David F. Burgess and Glenn P. Jenkins Kingston: John Deutsch Institute, 2010 Chapter four; Paper prepared for conference on “Discount Rates for the Evaluation of Public Private Partnerships” Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada on October 2-3, 2008
  74. G. Glenday. "Comment on "Risk-Adjusted Discount Rates for Public Sector Investments" by Donald J.S. Brean and David F. Burgess." Discount Rates for the Evaluation of Public Private Partnerships. Ed. David F. Burgess and Glenn P. Jenkins Kingston: John Deutsch Institute, Queen's University, 2010 Chapter seven

Godwin, Jennifer W.

  1. Jones, D., Godwin, J., Dodge, K.A., Bierman, K., Coie, J.D., Greenberg, M., Lochman, J.E., McMahon, R.J., & Pinderhughes, E.. "The impact of the Fast Track prevention trial on health services utilization by youth at risk for conduct problems." Pediatrics 125 (2010): 130-136.
  2. Kenneth A. Dodge, Jennifer Godwin, and CPPRG. "Social Information Processing Patterns Mediate the Impact of Preventative Intervention on Adolescent Antisocial Behavior." Psychological Science 24 (2013): 456-465.

Goss, Kristin A.

  1. K.A. Goss. "Taking a Stand Against Sexism." The Compact Reader. Ed. Jane E. Aaron 2nd ed.New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987 Also in Rise B. Axelrod and Charles R. Cooper, The St. Martin's Guide to Writing, 2nd ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988; and J. Karl Nicholas and James R. Nicholl, Effective Argument: A Writer's Guide with Readings, 2nd ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1998
  2. Philip C. Cook and K.A. Goss. "A Selective Review of the Social-Contagion Literature." Terry Sanford Instiute Working Paper, Duke University. (1996).
  3. K.A. Goss. "Volunteering and the Long Civic Generation." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 28.4 (December, 1999): 378-415.
  4. Robert D. Putnam with the assistance of K.A. Goss. "Section IV: So What?." Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. Ed. Robert D. Putnam New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000
  5. R.D. Putnam and K.A. Goss. It's About Time: Who Has Time to Enjoy Family Life, Connect with the Community or Be an Active Citizen?.  San Francisco Chronicle (September 24, 2000).
  6. K.A. Goss. "Better Together: Report of the Saguaro Seminar: Civic Engagement in America." Cambridge, Mass.. (December, 2000).
  7. R.D. Putnam and K.A. Goss. Picking Up the Pieces -- What Bush Needs to Do Now: Restore Faith in Civic Action.  Newsday (December 17, 2000).
  8. R.D. Putnam and K.A. Goss. "Introduction." Democracies in Flux: The Evolution of Social Capital in Contemporary Society. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002
  9. K.A. Goss. book review of Gun Violence in America: The Struggle for Control.  Political Science Quarterly 117.3 (Fall, 2002): 532-533.
  10. K.A. Goss. "Rethinking the Political Participation Paradigm: The Case of Women & Gun Control." Women & Politics 25.4 (2003): 83-118.
  11. K.A. Goss. "Altruism." Encyclopedia of Community. Great Barrington: Mass.: Berkshire Publishing Group, 2003
  12. K.A. Goss. "Social Capital in the Workplace." Encyclopedia of Community. Great Barrington, Mass.: Berkshire Publishing Group, 2003
  13. K.A. Goss. "Policy, Politics, and Paradox: The Institutional Origins of the Great American Gun War." Fordham Law Review 73.2 (2004): 681-714.
  14. K.A. Goss and Theda Skocpol. "Changing Agendas: The Impact of Feminism on American Politics." Gender and Social Capital. Ed. Brenda O'Neill and Elisabeth Gidengil New York: Routledge, 2006
  15. K.A. Goss. Why Women Don't Run for Office.  Georgetown Public Policy Review 11.2 (Spring, 2006): 27-33.
  16. K.A. Goss. "Keeping Arms Behind Our Backs".  Newark Star-Ledger; Atlanta Journal-Constitution; Des Moines Register; Raleigh News & Observer; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Jackson Clarion-Ledger (October, 2006). [stm]
  17. K.A. Goss. The Missing Movement for Gun Control.  The Chronicle Review (Chronicle of Higher Education) (October 20, 2006).
  18. K.A. Goss. Grassroots Gun Control Effort Needed.  Durham Herald-Sun (December 3, 2006).
  19. K.A. Goss. A Family Affair.  The Guardian (online) (April 18, 2007).
  20. K.A. Goss. Do Personal Stories Help Shape Good Policy?.  Durham Herald-Sun (April 22, 2007).
  21. K.A. Goss. Good Policy, Not Stories, Can Reduce Violence.  Chronicle Review (Chronicle of Higher Education) (May 4, 2007).
  22. K.A. Goss. "Foundations of Feminism: How Philanthropic Patrons Shaped Gender Politics." Social Science Quarterly 88.5 (December, 2007): 1174-1191.
  23. K.A. Goss. Disarmed: The Missing Movement for Gun Control in America.  2006, 2009. [available here]
  24. K.A. Goss and S.L. Shames. "Political Pathways to Child Care Policy: The Role of Gender in Statebuilding." Women and Politics around the World: Comparative History and Survey. ABC-CLIO, 2009
  25. K.A. Goss. "Never Surrender? How Women’s Groups Abandoned Their Policy Niche in U.S. Foreign Policy Debates, 1916–2000." Politics & Gender 5.4 (December, 2009): 453-489.  [abs]
  26. K.A. Goss, D. Gastwirth, S. Parkash. "Research Service Learning: Making the Academy Relevant Again." Journal of Political Science Education 6.2 (2010).  [abs] [author's comments]
  27. K.A. Goss. "Civil Society and Civic Engagement: Towards a Multi-Level Theory of Policy Feedbacks." Journal of Civil Society 6.2 (2010): 119-143.
  28. K.A. Goss. Taking Aim at the Gun Debate.  Newark Star-Ledger; Atlanta Journal-Constitution; Raleigh News & Observer; (June 14, 16, 18, 2010).
  29. K.A. Goss. Is Tenure a Matter of Life or Death?.  Chronicle Review (Chronicle of Higher Education) (February 21, 2010).
  30. K.A. Goss, M.T. Heaney. "Organizing Women as Women: Hybridity and Grassroots Collective Action in the 21st Century,." Perspectives on Politics 8.1 (March, 2010).  [abs]
  31. K.A. Goss. NRA’s Vision of ‘Genuine Monsters.  CNN.com (December, 2012).
  32. K.A. Goss & D. Dees. Rallying for Gun Reform.  Tampa Bay Times; News & Observer (Raleigh) (December, 2012).
  33. K.A. Goss. The Paradox of Gender Equality: How American Women's Groups Gained and Lost Their Public Voice. University of Michigan Press, 2013. [available here]  [abs]
  34. K.A. Goss. "Gender Identity and the Shifting Basis of U.S. Women’s Groups’ Advocacy, 1920-2000." Nonprofit Advocacy. Bokutakusha (Tokyo); Johns Hopkins (USA), Forthcoming 2012/13
  35. K.A. Goss. Review of Gendered Money: Financial Organization in Women’s Movements, 1880-1933,.  Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 34.3 (2013): 290-91.
  36. K.A. Goss. Another View: How Military Leaders Can Change the Conversation on Guns.  January, 2013
  37. K.A. Goss. Why We Need to Talk About Guns.  Newsweek (January, 2013).
  38. K.A. Goss (interview). Up in Arms: The Political Science Behind Gun Control.  Georgetown Public Policy Review (March 25, 2013). [available here]
  39. K.A. Goss. Review of The U.S. Women’s Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation.  Perspectives on Politics (forthcoming, 2014).
  40. K.A. Goss. "Does the United States Still Need a Women’s Movement?." Politics & Gender 10 (2014).
  41. P.J. Cook and K.A. Goss. The Gun Debate: What Everyone Needs to Know. Oxford University Press, April, 2014. [available here]
  42. P.J. Cook and K.A. Goss. In School Rampages, the Weapon Matters.  CNN.com (April 11, 2014). [available here]
  43. K.A. Goss. Turn Emotion Into Action.  New York Times (April 18, 2014). [turn-gun-violence-emotion-into-action]

Hahn, Susan E.

  1. Estabrooks S. "A Survey of the Understaning of Recent Advances in Genetics and Knowledge of Genetic Principles Among the University Community." Journal of Genetic Counseling 5.4 (1996): 196-197. Abstract
  2. Melvin E, Estabrooks S, Rotblatt M, Wolpert C, Pericak-Vance M, Speer M. "Report of Focus Groups to Identify the Attitudes, Motivations, and Preferences of Families Participating in Genetic Research." Journal of Genetic Counseling 8.5 (1999): 419. Abstract
  3. Estabrooks S, Dowdy E, Granger C, Pericak-Vance M, Kraus M, Hauser E. "Family Ascertainment Strategies In Common Complex Genetic Disorders: An Example In Early Onset Coronary Artery Disease." Journal of Genetic Counseling 8.5 (1999): 400. Abstract
  4. Estabrooks S, Melvin E, Hutchinson R, Wolpert C, Speer M. "An assessment of the types of educational resources available to participants of genetic research studies." Journal of Genetic Counseling 9.6 (2000): 515. Abstract
  5. Melvin E, Estabrooks S, Hutchison R, Wolpert C, Speer M. "Releasing Research Results for Gene Identification Studies." Journal of Genetic Counseling 9.6 (2000): 524. Abstract
  6. Hauser E, Mooser V, Schmidt S, Crossman D, Haines J, Jones C, Winkelmann R, Foster C, Haynes C, Dowdy Z, Estabrooks S, Middleton T, Manasco P, Roses A, Granger C, Kraus W, Perick-Vance M for the GENECARD Genetics Network. "Concordance for cardiovascular risk factors in affected sib pairs with early onset coronary artery disease (CAD)." The American Journal of Human Genetics4 supplement, 67.4 (2000): 212. Abstract
  7. Estabrooks S, Melvin E, Speer M. "Genetic Counselors' Views on Releasing Research Results for Gene Identification Studies." Journal of Genetic Counseling 10.4 (2001): 511. Abstract
  8. Melvin E, Estabrooks S, Speer M. "Genetic Counselors' Views on Referring Patients to Gene Identification Research." Journal of Genetic Counseling 10.4 (2001): 518. Abstract
  9. Dickerson C, Wicklund C, Estabrooks S, Melvin E.. "How the Abstract Committee Reviews Abstracts." Perspectives in genetic counseling 23.4 (2001): 11.
  10. Estabrooks, S. "Writing a Quality Abstract." Perspectives in Genetic Counseling 23.1 (2001): 6.
  11. Estabrooks S, Melvin E. "Abstracts from the Twentieth Annual Conference of the National Society of Genetic Counselors (Washington, District of Columbia)." Journal of Genetic Counseling 10.6 (November, 2001): 433-526.
  12. Estabrooks, S. "Genetic Testing." Genetics. Thomson Gale, New York, 2003: 96-101.
  13. Estabrooks, S. "Genetic Counselor." Genetics. Thomson Gale, New York, 2003: 91-92.
  14. Estabrooks, S. "Fertilization." Genetics. Thomson Gale, New York, 2003: 33-36.
  15. Wolpert C, Estabrooks S, Basyk. "A Patient and Family Participation in Genetic Research Studies." Genetic Analysis of Complex Diseases 2nd Ed (in press).
  16. Hauser ER, Crossman DC, Granger CB, Haines JL, Jones CJ, Mooser V, McAdam B., Winkelmann BR, Wiseman AH, Muhlestein JB, Bartel AG, Dennis CA, Dowdy E, Estabrooks S, Eggleston K., Francis S, Roche K, Clevenger PW, Huang L, (other authors listed. "A genomewide scan for early-onset coronary artery diease in 438 families: the GENECARD Study." American Journal of Human Genetics 75.3 (2004): 436-47. (Pedersen B, Schmidt S, Haynes C, West C, West S, Asper D, Booze M, Sharma S, Sundseth S, Middleton L, Roses AD, Hauser MA, Vance JM, Pericak- Vance MA, Kraus WE)
  17. Resta R. Biesecker BB, Bennett RL, Blum S, Estabrooks Hahn S, Strecker MN, and Williams JL. "A New Definition of Genetic Counseling: National Society of Genetic Counselors' Tak Force Report." Journal of Genetics Counseling  (in press).

Hamilton, James T.

  1. J.T. Hamilton with Joseph P. Kalt and Henry Lee. "A Review of the Adequacy of Electric Power Generating Capacity in the United States, 1985-93-Beyond." Discussion Paper Series Discussion Paper Series, Energy and Environmental Policy Center, Kennedy School of Government. (June, 1986).
  2. J.T. Hamilton with Joseph P. Kalt. The FACS/Ford Study of Economic and Business Journalism. Los Angeles: Foundation for American Communications and the Ford Foundation, 1987.
  3. J.T. Hamilton with Henry Lee. "Rapporteur's Report: Executive Session on Northeast Electric Power Policy." Discussion Paper Series Energy and Environmental Policy Center, Kennedy School of Government. (May, 1987).
  4. J.T. Hamilton with Charles Brown and James Medoff. Employers Large and Small. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1990.
  5. J.T. Hamilton. "Missing and the Mark(et) in Siting Hazardous Waste Facilities." Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum I (1991).
  6. J.T. Hamilton. "Politics and Social Cost: Hazardous Waste Facilities in a Truly Coasian World." Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs Working Paper (June, 1991).
  7. J.T. Hamilton. "Lower Pay for Analysis: Greater Rewards are Offered Those Writing Economics from Human Interest and Political Viewpoints." Nieman Reports XLV (Fall, 1991).
  8. J.T. Hamilton with Frederick Mayer. "Hazardous Waste in North Carolina." (1992). Case Study
  9. J.T. Hamilton with Victor Hasselblad. "The Toxics Release Inventory: Information Provision and Pollution Reduction." (1993). Case Study
  10. J.T. Hamilton. "Politics and Social Costs: Estimating the Impact of Collective Action on Hazardous Waste Facilities." Rand Journal of Economics 24.1 (Spring, 1993): 101-125. (Reprinted in Roger D. Congleton (ed.), The Political Economy of Environmental Protection: Analysis and Evidence (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996)
  11. J.T. Hamilton. "Special editor and organizer for conference volume entitled "Regulating Regulation: The Political Economy of Administrative Procedures and Regulatory Instruments." Law and Contemporary Problems 57 (Winter/Spring 1994).
  12. J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "Human Health Risk Assessments for Superfund." Ecology Law Quarterly 21.3 (1994): 573-641. (Revised version published as "The Magnitude and Policy Implications of Health Risks from Hazardous Waste Sites," in Richard L. Revesz and Richard B. Stewart (eds.), Analyzing Superfund: Economics, Science, and Law (Washington: Resources for the Future, 1995), 55-81; reprinted in part in Richard L. Revesz (ed.) Foundations of Environmental Law and Policy (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), 256-263)
  13. J.T. Hamilton with Christopher H. Schroeder. "Strategic Regulators and the Choice of Rulemaking Procedures: The Selection of Formal and Informal Rules in Regulating Hazardous Waste." Law and Contemporary Problems 57 (Winter/Spring 1994): 111-160.
  14. J.T. Hamilton. "Pollution as News: Media and Stock Market Reactions to the Toxics Release Inventory Data." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 28 (January, 1995): 98-113.
  15. J.T. Hamilton. "Testing for Environmental Racism: Prejudice, Profits, Political Power?." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 14.1 (Winter, 1995): 107-132.
  16. J.T. Hamilton. "Private Interests in 'Public Interest' Programming: An Economic Assessment of Broadcaster Incentives." Duke Law Journal 45.6 (1996): 1177-1192.
  17. J.T. Hamilton. "Going by the *(Informal) Book: The EPA's Use of Informal Rules in Enforcing Hazardous Waste Laws." Reinventing Government and The Problem of Bureaucracy. Ed. Gary Libecap Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1996: 109-155.
  18. J.T. Hamilton with John Brehm. "Noncompliance in Environmental Reporting: Are Violators Ignorant, or Evasive, of the Law?." American Journal of Political Science 40.2 (May, 1996): 444-477.
  19. J.T. Hamilton with Helen F. Ladd. "Biased Ballots? The Impact of Ballot Structure on North Carolina Elections in 1992." Public Choice 87 (June, 1996): 259-280.
  20. J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "Cleaning Up Superfund." The Public Interest 124 (Summer, 1996): 52-60.
  21. J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "The Benefits and Costs of Regulatory Reforms for Superfund." Stanford Environmental Law Journal 16.2 (May, 1997): 159-198.
  22. J.T. Hamilton. "Taxes, Torts, and the Toxics Release Inventory: Congressional Voting on Instruments to Control Pollution." Economic Inquiry 35.4 (October, 1997): 745-762.
  23. J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi and P. Christen Dockins. "Conservative versus Mean Risk Assessments: Implications for Superfund Policies." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 34 (November, 1997): 187-206.
  24.  Television Violence and Public Policy. Edited by J. T. Hamilton. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1998. (Paperback edition 2000)
  25. J.T. Hamilton. Channeling Violence: The Economic Market for Violent Television Programming. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998. (Paperback edition 2000)
  26. J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. Calculating Risks? The Spatial and Political Dimensions of Hazardous Waste Policy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999.
  27. J.T. Hamilton. "Exercising Property Rights to Pollute: Do Cancer Risks and Politics Affect Plant Emission Reductions?." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 18.2 (August, 1999): 105-124.
  28. J.T. Hamilton with W. Kip Viscusi. "Are Risk Regulators Rational? Evidence From Hazardous Waste Cleanup Decisions." American Economic Review 89.4 (September, 1999): 1010-1027.
  29. J.T. Hamilton with Kip Viscusi. "How Costly is 'Clean'?: An Analysis of the Benefits and Costs of Superfund Site Remediations." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 18.1 (Winter, 1999): 2-27.
  30. J.T. Hamilton. Channeling Violence: The Economic Market for Violent Television Programming. Princeton University Press, paperback edition, 2000.
  31. J.T. Hamilton with Ted Gayer and W. Kip Viscusi. "Private Values of Risk Tradeoffs at Superfund Site: Housing Market Evidence on Learning about Risk." Review of Economics and Statistics 82.3 (August, 2000): 439-451.
  32. J.T. Hamilton with Ted Gayer and W. Kip Viscusi. "The Market Value of Reducing Cancer Risk: Hedonic Housing Prices with Changing Information." Southern Economic Journal 69.2 (2002): 266-289.
  33. J.T. Hamilton. "Media Coverage of Corporate Social Responsibility." (2003). Working paper for Shorenstein Center on Press and Public Policy
  34. J.T. Hamilton. All the News That's Fit to Sell: How the Market Transforms Information into News. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004.
  35. J.T. Hamilton. "Co-editor and Co-organizer for conference volume entitlted "News in the Public Interest: A Free and Subsidized Press"." Reilly Center, Manship School of Mass Communications, Louisiana State University. (2004).
  36. J.T. Hamilton. Regulation Through Revelation: The Origin and Impacts of the Toxics Release Inventory Program. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
  37. J.T. Hamilton. "The Market and the Media." Institutions of American Democracy: The Press. Ed. Overholser and Jamieson Oxford University Press, 2005
  38. J.T. Hamilton. "Environmental Equity and the Siting of Hazardous Waste Facilities in OECD Countries: Evidence and Policies." International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 2005/2006. Ed. Tietenberg and Folmer Edward Elgar, 2005
  39. Scott de Marchi and J.T. Hamilton. "Assessing the Accuracy of Self-Reported Data: An Evaluation of the Toxics Release Inventory." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 32 (2006): 57-76.
  40. J.T. Hamilton. "Environmental Equity and the Siting of Hazardous Waste Facilities in OECD Countries: Evidence and Policies." The Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy... Ed. Yse Serret and Nick Johnstone Edward Elgar and OECD, 2006
  41. J.T. Hamilton. "News That Sells: Media Competition and News Content." Japanese Journal of Political Science 8.1 (2007): 7-42.
  42. Scott de Marchi and J.T. Hamilton. You Are What You Choose: The Habits of Mind that Really Determine How We Make Decisions. New York: Portfolio (Penguin Group), 2009.
  43. J.T. Hamilton. Conserving Data in the Conservation Reserve Program: How a Regulatory Program Runs on Imperfect Information. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future Press, 2010.
  44. J.T. Hamilton. "The (Many) Missing Markets for International News: How News From Abroad Sells at Home"." Journalism Studies 11.5 (2010): 650-666.
  45. Sarah Cohen, J. T. Hamilton, and Fred Turner. ""Computational Journalism: How Computer Scientists Can Empower Journalists, Democracy's Watchdogs, in the Production of News in the Public Interest"." Communications of the ACM 54.10 (2011): 66-71.
  46. J.T. Hamilton. ""What's the Incentive to Save Journalism?"." Will the Last Reporter Please Turn Out the Lights: The Collapse of Journalism and What Can be Done to Fix It. Ed. Robert W. McChesney and Victor Pickard New Press, 2011: 277-288.
  47. Brian G. Southwell, J.T. Hamilton, and Jonathan S. Slater. ""Why Addressing the Poor and Underserved is Vexing"." Health Communication 26.6 (2011): 583-585.
  48. J.T. Hamilton. ""Measuring Spillovers in Markets for Local Public Affairs Coverage"." The Oxford Handbook of Political Communication. Ed. Kate Kenski and Kathleen Hall Jamieson Oxford University Press, Forthcoming 2012

Hamoudi, Amar A

  1. A. Hamoudi. "Exploring the Causal Machinery behind Sex Ratios at Birth: Does hepatitis B play a role?." Economic Development and Cultural Change 59.1 (October, 2010): 1-21.  [abs]
  2. A Hamoudi, M Jeuland, S Lombardo, S Patil, S Pattanayak, S Rai. "The effect of water quality testing on household behavior: Evidence from an experiment in rural India." American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (April, 2012).  [abs]
  3. Hamoudi, A.; Frankenberg, E.; Sumantri, C. and Thomas, D.. "Impact of the December 2004 Earthquake and Tsunami on Birth Outcomes in Aceh, Indonesia."   (April, 2012).  [abs]
  4. A Hamoudi, JB Dowd. "Physical health effects of the housing "boom": quasi-experimental evidence from the U.S. Health and Retirement Study." American Journal of Public Health (December, 2012).  [abs]
  5. A Hamoudi, J Nobles. "Do Daughters Really Cause Divorce? Stress, pregnancy, and family composition." Demography  (December, 2013).  [abs]
  6. A Hamoudi, JB Dowd. "Housing Wealth, Psychological Well-being, and Cognitive Functioning of Older Americans." The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Forthcoming (December, 2013).  [abs]

Harris, Alex

  1. Marc Bernier. "The idea of Cuba." WNDB 1150AM, Daytona Beach, Florida ().
  2. with Publisher's weekly staff. Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit of A Southern City.  Publisher's Weekly . [978-0-87140-470-1]  [abs]
  3. by Paul Kleyman. "Old and On Their Own, "The Aging Spirit." Aging Today (July/August 1998).
  4. A. Harris. "Twilight at the Taft." Yale Alumni Magazine (1971). photographic essay with text
  5. A. Harris. The Old Ones of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 1973. (Forty photographs with text by Robert Coles, Doubleday-Anchor Press paperback, Garden City, NY 1975, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich trade paperback, September, 1984, UNM Press trade paperback 1989, Walker Publishers Paperback 2000)
  6. A. Harris. "The Old Ones of New Mexico." The New Yorker, Books in Brief (February, 1974).
  7. A. Harris (photographs). "Photography Within the Humanities." Addison House Publishers, Danbury, NH. (1977): 143. text by Janis and MacNeil
  8. A. Harris. "The American Poetry Review." (November-December 1977). cover photograph and seven Eskimo photographs accompanying text by Robert Coles
  9. A. Harris (photographs). "I Shall Save One Land Unvisited." Gnomon Press, Frankfort, Kentucky. (1978). seven photographs
  10. A. Harris. "Nouvel Observateur/Special Photo." Paris, France. (June, 1978): 18. accompanying text by George Bernard Shaw
  11. Robert Coles and Alex Harris. The Last and First Eskimos. The New York Graphic Society, Boston, MA, October, 1978.
  12. A. Harris. "Aperture #81." (October, 1978). cover photograph and series of Eskimo photographs within the issue accompanying text by Robert Coles
  13. A. Harris. "Duke Alumni Register." (September-October 1979). cover photograph and series of Eskimo photographs within the issue
  14. A. Harris. "Readers Digest (French edition)." (November, 1979): 101.
  15. A. Harris. "Photography in the West." Rock Mountain Magazine (July/August 1980).
  16. A. Harris. "Exhibition catalogue for "Elevan Santa Fe Photographers." Arles, France. (Summer, 1981).
  17.  Understandings, Photographs of Decatur County, Georgia, by Paul Kwilecki. Edited by Alex Harris, with an introduction. University of North Carolina Press, Center for Documentary Photography, 1982.
  18. Chris Nichols. "The Visual Language of Alex Harris." The Duke Chronicle, Aeolus magazine (February 3, 1982).
  19. A. Harris. "Exhibition catalogue for "The Last and First Eskimos." International Center for Photography. (1982).
  20. A. Harris. "Exhibition catalogue for "Tradition, Transition, New Vision." Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA. (May 13-June 19, 1983). in conjunction with the exhibition of the same title, two black and white photographs reproduced
  21. A. Harris. "One photograph." New York Times, Week in Review Section (August 7, 1983). back page
  22. A. Harris (four photographs). "A Celebration of Grandfathers." New Mexico Magazine (March, 1983).
  23. Gertrude Blom. Gertrude Blom: Bearing Witness. Edited by Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor. University of North Carolina Press/Center for Documentary Photography, 1984. (with an introduction by Alex Harris)
  24. A. Harris. "Gertrude Blom's Maya." The New York Times Sunday Magazine (March 25, 1984): 42-48.
  25. an article by Robert Coles with cover photograph and eleven back and white photographs by Alex Harris. "Never Say Die." Washington Post Magazine (November 18, 1984). southeast Asian children lving in the DC area
  26. A. Harris. "The Last and First Eskimos." MD. Magazine (January, 1984). seven photographs accompanying text by Dr. Robert Coles
  27. A. Harris. "Stoic Survivors." Humanities Magazine 5.6 (December, 1984). photographic essay on Alaskan Eskimos with text by Robert Coles
  28. A. Harris (one photograph). "A Decade of Images." Horizon Magazine (December, 1984): 33.
  29. A. Harris (five photographs). "Handbook of North American Indians." The Arctic 5 Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.. (1985).
  30. A. Harris. "Cover photograph." Artspace Magazine, Southwestern Contemporary Arts Quarterly (Spring, 1985).
  31. A. Harris (cover photograph and two full color reproductions, 14 halftone reproductions). "The Essential Landscape." University of New Mexico Press for the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, NM. (April, 1985). Photographs by ten New Mexican photographers, with text by J.B. Jackson
  32. A. Harris. "9 color reproduction for "Private Moments: Reflections of Village Life." New Mexico Magaine (June, 1985).
  33. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Enchantment and Exploitation, by William deBuys." University of New Mexico Press. (September, 1985).
  34. A. Harris. South Africa: The Cordoned Heart. Edited by Associate editors, Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor. W.W. Norton in Association with the Center for Documentary Photography, Duke University, 1986. (photographs with text by Dr. Francis Wilson, and Foreward by Bishop Desmund Tutu. Edited by Omar Badsha from photographs printed in South Africa by Alex Harris)
  35. A. Harris. "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart, by William Hamilton." The Washington Post Magazine (June 8, 1986).
  36. A. Harris with Bruce Payne. "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart." (May, 1986). An essay on the photographic survey of the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa for the catalogue of the traveling exhibition, "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart" opening at the International Center of Photography
  37.  A World Unsuspected: Portraits of Southern Childhood. Edited by Alex Harris with an introduction. University of North Carolina Press for the Center for Documentary Photography, 1987.
  38.  In the Street. Edited by Alex Harris and Marvin Hoshino. Duke University Press for the Center for Documentary Photography, 1987. (Photographs by Helen, text by Dr. Robert Coles)
  39. Martha Eliassen. "Lasting Impressions." Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Kaleidoscope Magazine cover story (May 29,1 987).
  40. Jan Ingram. "Time With Eskimos taught photographer to truly see." Anchorage Daily News (May 31, 1987): E-4.
  41. Review by Walker Percy. "A World Unsuspected." The New York Times Book Review (October 11, 1987).
  42. Review by Desmond Ryan. "A World Unsuspected." The Charlotte Observer (October 12, 1987).
  43. Review by Mary Cornatzer. "A World Unsuspected." The Raleigh News and Observer (September 21, 1987).
  44. Book world column by John Blades. "A World Unsuspected." The Chicago Tribune (August 23, 1987).
  45. A. Harris. "Photographs of the Maya." Impact Magazine, Albuquerque Journal (1987).
  46. Nolan Hester. "Documents of Vision: Seeing the Big Picture with Alex Harris." Albuquerque Journal Impact Magazine 10.43 (August 1987). cover story
  47. A. Harris. "One color photograph." New Mexico Magazine, seventy-fifth anniversary issue (January, 1987).
  48. A. Harris. "Decatur County: Pual Kwilecki's Lifetime Document." San Francisco Camerawork Quarterly 14.2 (Summer, 1987).
  49. by Don O'Briant. "A World Unsuspected." The Atlanta Journal/Constitution Book Review Section (September, 1987).
  50. Review by Mark Muro. "A World Unsuspected." The Boston Globe (November, 1987).
  51. Charles Mason. "One Man's Perspective." Alaska Magazine (November, 1987).
  52. A. Harris. "Duke University Alumni Magazine." (January-February 1988 Issue).
  53. Georgeann Eubanks. "Single Still Moments." Duke Magazine (March-April 1988): 10-16.
  54. Mary Warner Marien. "Alex Harris: A Photographic Education." Views: The Journal of Photographic Education (July 1988 Issue).
  55. Review by Anna Quindlen. "A World Unsuspected." The Washington Monthly (September, 1988).
  56. Afterword by Alex harris. "The Transported: A South African Odyssey, by David Goldblatt, text by Philip Van Niekerk." Aperture and the Center for Documentary Studies. (1989). Interviews by Brenda Goldblatt
  57. "Introduction to 1989 University of New Mexico Press editionof The Old Ones." (1989).
  58. A. Harris. "Beyond the Barricades." The New Statesman (November 3, 1989).
  59. A. Harris (photographs). "Alaska: Reflections of Land and Spirit." University of Arizona Press. (1989). Cover photograph and photo series entitled, "The Last and First Eskimos"
  60. Morey Osteen. "Photo Opportunity." Duke Chronicle (March 10, 1989): 4-5.
  61. Max Halperen. "Fellows and Primitives." NC Leader (February 16, 1989): 23.
  62. Joseph Traugott. "Plush Autos Frame Lean Landscapes in Photos." Aubuquerque Journal (February 19, 1989).
  63. A. Harris. "The Incongruity of the Artist as Thinker." Raleigh News and Observer (February 19, 1989).
  64. A. Harris. "North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship exhibition catalogue, Essay, "Portraits Without People: Six North Carolina Artists," by Vernon Pratt." City Gallery of Contemporary Arts, Raleigh, NC. (March, 1989).
  65. A. Harris. "Light Factory's Ninth Annual Photographic Print Auction Catalogue (photograph)." Charlotte, NC. (April, 1989).
  66. A. Harris. "Art News (photograph)." (April, 1989): 246.
  67. A. Harris. "Beyond the Barricades." The British Journal of Photography (November, 1989).
  68.  Beyond the Barricades: Popular Resistance in South Africa. Edited by Alex Harris and Iris Tillman Hill. Aperture, Inc. in association with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, 1990.
  69. A. Harris. "Beyond the Barricades." The Los Angeles Times Book Review (January 4, 1990).
  70. Review by Barbara Kingsolver. "River of Traps." The New York Times Book Review (September 23, 1990).
  71. A. Harris. "River of Traps." Publishers Weekly (August 3, 1990).
  72. by Congor Beasley Jr.. "River of Traps." The Kansas City Star (October 21, 1990).
  73. A. Harris (two photographs). "Aperture Issue #115, "New Southern Photography: Myth or Reality." (1990).
  74. A. Harris (photograph). "The Chronicle of Higher Education." (February 21, 1990): A7.
  75. A. Harris. "photographs of Robert Coles at work with children and elderly." U.S. News and World Report (December 3, 1990).
  76. A. Harris. "Documentary tradition to mark Duke center's gathering of history." Raleigh News and Observer (January 23, 1990).
  77. A. Harris. "Stories of Our Lives: "New Duke Center Heir to Tradition." Durham Sun (January 23, 1990).
  78. A. Harris. "Scholars Use Film, Family Albums, and Oral History to Document the Lives of Ordinary People." The Chronicle of Higher Education (February 12, 1990).
  79. A. Harris. "Photos Capture Lives of Disenfranchised." Spokesman, Spokane Washington (June 6, 1990).
  80. A. Harris. "Documenting Daily Lives." The Duke Alumni Magazine (June-July 1990): 39.
  81. Steven Litt (Tar Heel of the Week). "Glimpsing Other Worlds through the Camera's Eye." The Raleigh News and Observer (July 8, 1990).
  82. A. Harris. "one (full page) photograph of an Eskimo girl on her first communion day." Life Magaine (May, 1990).
  83. A. Harris. River of Traps: A Village Life, text by William deBuys. The University of New Mexico Press, September, 1990. (photographs by Alex Harris)
  84. A. Harris. "photograph of Robert Coles with Migrant child." People Magazine (December, 1990).
  85. Review by Melissa Pritchard. "River of Traps." The Nation (March 11, 1991). One River Schoolhouse
  86. A. Harris (photographs). "The Human Portrait, by Whiteford/Friedl." Prentice Hall. (1991). 3 Eskimo photographs
  87. A. Harris. Sleeping Beauty: Memorial Photography in America.  a book review for The New York Time Book Review (Summer, 1991).
  88. A. Harris. The Life and Times of Solomon Butcher.  a book review for the New York Times Book Review (Summer, 1991).
  89. A. Harris. Red White Blue and God Bless You: A Portrait of Northern New Mexico. UNM Press, 1992. (Photographs and introduction by Alex Harris)
  90. A. Harris. "Red White and God Bless You." The Albuquerque Journal (November 1, 1992).
  91. by Mary Fishser. "Red White Blue and God Bless you." The San Antonio Times (November 12, 1992).
  92. by Robert Adams. "River of Traps." The New York Review of Books (May 28, 1992).
  93. A. Harris (photograph). "Artists of 20th Century New Mexico: The Museum of Fine Arts Collections." The Museum of New Mexico Press. (1992). 1 photograph
  94. A. Harris. "Portraits Minus Faces: photos capture life in Northern New Mexico." Durham Herald Sun (December 22, 1992): G6.
  95. Sally Euclaire. "Conveying a powerful spiritual Culture." New Mexican, Santa Fe, N.M., Pasatiempo Magazine (October 23, 1992).
  96. A. Harris. "Our Town issue, four photographs with text by Richard Ford." Aperture #127 (Spring, 1992).
  97. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You." THE Magazine, Santa Fe, NM (December, 1992): 54-55.
  98. A. Harris. "three photographs with text by Richard Ford, for an article entitled, "I must be going." Utne Reader (January/February 1993).
  99. A. Harris. "40th Anniversary Issue, one photograph with texts page 26 and 27." Aperture #129 (1993).
  100. A. Harris. "Endpaper section photograph and text." The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 27, 1993).
  101. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You, "Moments of Light by Georgann Eubanks." The NC Independent (January, 1993).
  102. A. Harris. "six photographs with an article on aging by Robert Coles, "Elderly and Undaunted." New Choices (March, 1993).
  103. A. Harris. "photographs of Robert Coles." Art News (March, 1993).
  104. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless you." Mirage Magazine, Albuquerque, NM (Winter, 1993).
  105. A. Harris (cover photograph). "The Christ Haunted Landscape by Susan Ketchin." (1994).
  106. A. Harris (photograph). "The Photograph and the American Indian by Alfred Bush." Princeton University Press. (1994).
  107. Mark Schultz. "Portraits of Aging." Durham Herald Sun (Sunday March 27, 1994).
  108. A. Harris. "photographs and text on "Portraits of Aging." Ideas Magazine, from the National Humanities Center 3.1 (Summer, 1994).
  109. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You, "Recording the Spirit of the Southwest by Kate McQuaid." The Boston Globe (1995).
  110. A. Harris (color photo and text). "Color Photography, by Henry Hornstein." Little Brown & Co.. (1995): 46.
  111. A. Harris. "Documentary Magazine Makes Debut in April." The New York Times, Living Arts section (March 9, 1995): B2.
  112. Thomas Hackett. "Magazine Has Different Take on Life." Raleigh News and Observer (May 18, 1995).
  113. A. Harris. "A Forum for the Human Condition: Doubletake Contributors are from all walks of life." Dallas Morning News (Marcy 11, 1995).
  114. Chris Waddington. "DoubleTake Worth A Second Look." Times Picayune, New Orleans, La (June 23, 1995).
  115. A. Harris. "Giving Voice and View." Duke Alumni Magazine (July/August 1995): 46.
  116. A. Harris. "Voices and Visions out of the South." Richmond Times Dispatch (June 4, 1995).
  117. William Powers. "Engaging DoubleTake covers some tricky Territory." Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel (May 27, 1995).
  118. Mary Chen. "State of the Art: Double Take." Boston Phoenix (October 18, 1995).
  119. A. Harris. "Not-so-soft summer reading in Double Take Forbes." USA Today (June 13, 1995).
  120. A. Harris. "A Fe Things Considered." Newsweek (June 26, 1995): 58.
  121. Sharon Weightman. "Doubletaker Links images and stories, essays and poems." Jacksonville Times-Union (1995).
  122. A. Harris. "New Entry is worth a second look." Columbus Ohio Dispatch (July 3, 1995).
  123. Shawn O'Sullivan. "DoubleTake A Singular Sensation." New York Daily News (July 31, 1995).
  124. John Valentine. "Alive and unwired." The Independent (Jun2 20-28, 1995).
  125. James Ledbetter. "Press Clips." The Village Voice (July 4, 1995).
  126. Julia Scully. "The National Scence." Photography in New York (May-June 1995).
  127. Cynthia Greiner. "The Mag Trade." Washington Times (June 24, 1995).
  128. Gary Kamiya. "Bay City Best." San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle (July 23, 1995).
  129. A. Harris. "Talk of the Town." American Bookseller (November 1995).
  130. A. Harris. "Books in Brief." Houston Chronicle (June 18, 1995).
  131. Chuck Hagen. "New Trends in Photography." Art News (February, 1995).
  132. David Walker. "DoubleTake Debuts." Photo District News (June, 1995).
  133. Autumn Arnold. "Breathing Life into Life." Currents (July, 1995).
  134. A. Harris. "southwest photographs." Merian magazine, Germany (August, 1995): 24 & 25.
  135.  A New Life: Stories and Photographs from the Suburban South. Edited by Alex Harris with an introduction. W.W. Norton and Double Take books, 1996.
  136. A. Harris. "Lectures, Photography Exhibit Explore Dislocation, Upheaval" by Robert Pincus." The Plain Dealer (November 10, 1996). A review of Transition/Dislocation, Fall 1996, a group show including twenty color photographs by Alex Harris of northern New Mexico, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
  137. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You." Art in New England Magazine (February/March 1996 issue): 64. Review by Miles Unger of exhibition at the Addison Gallery of American Art
  138. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You, "Photo Exhibit scans New Mexico's color and culture" by Shirley Henderson." The Chicago TribuneSection 7, (December 6, 1996): 76.
  139. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Place Of The Pretend People, by Carolyn Kremers." Alaska Northwest Books. (1996).
  140. Robert L. Pincus. "Lectures, photography exhibit explore dislocation, upheaval." Cleveland Plain Dealer (November 10, 1996): 3-I.
  141. A. Harris. "Gift Saves Unusual Journal: DoubleTake's Acclaimed Work Gets It $10 Million." New York Times (April 12, 1996).
  142. Robert Coles. "A Magazine as Public Classrooms." Chronicle of Higher Education (November 22, 1996).
  143. Lynell George. "Recording the World with Lens and Pen." Los Angeles times (February 4, 1996).
  144. Stephen Martin. "When View Meets Voice." Duke Magazine (March/April 1996): 42.
  145. A. Harris. "Media Watch: The Environment and the Printed Page." Orion Magazine (Autumn 1996).
  146. A. Harris. "Life as it's lived." Columbia Journalism Review (July/August 1996).
  147. A. Harris. "New York Not Always The Focus of Photographic Excellence." Charlotte Observer (April 24, 1996).
  148. A. Harris. "A Magazine Targets Hope and Humanity." Charlotte Observer (May 12, 1996).
  149. Marc Spiegler. "Double Vision." Wired (April, 1996).
  150. A. Harris (photograph). "Perpetual Mirage: Photographic Narratives of the Desert West." (June, 1996). Published in association with an exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York edited by May Castleberry
  151. review by Cory Dugan. "A New Life." Memphis Tn. Flyer (March 13, 1997).
  152. A. Harris. "A New Life." Book World (February 2, 1997): 13.
  153. by Greg Langley. "A New Life, "A New Life Offers Good Stories, Evocative Photos." Baton Rouge Advocate (1997).
  154. by Anne Hanahan. "A New Life, "Enjoy These Stories and Pass the Grits." Charleston Post and Courier (1997).
  155. by David E. Brown. "A New Life, "The New New South." (March 1997).
  156. A. Harris. "A New Life,"The Unrecycled South," by Mary Jane Park." St. Petersburg Florida Times (February 16, 1997).
  157. A. Harris. "Best of the Best" 2 photographs." New Mexico Magaine 75th Anniversary Issue (1997).
  158. Michele Kurtz. "Students Put Pictures Into Words." Raleigh News and Observer (November 27, 1997): 3B.
  159. Chris Waddington. "Double Take's Alex Harris: A Man of Many Talents." New Orleans Times Picayune (May 9, 1997).
  160. Chuck Twardy. "Storytellers: The Center for Documentary Studies has many ways to document the world, but it's work is really about telling stories." Raleigh News and Observer (July 6, 1997).
  161. Melissa Bigner. "Taking a Closer Look." Southern Living (March 1997).
  162. Chris Waddington. "Talk of the Town." New Orleans Times Picayune (May 9, 1997).
  163. Peter Carlson. "DoubleTake's Common Interest." The Washington Post (March 25, 1997).
  164. A. Harris. "Uncommon Magazine." Minneapolis Start Tribune (March 29, 1997).
  165. Don McLeese. "DoubleTake is twice as good as othe reads." Austin American Statesman (March 18, 1997).
  166. A. Harris. "A New Life." Photographers Forum (May, 1997).
  167. by Jordan Smith. "A New Life, "Southern Exposure." Afterimage (August, 1997).
  168. text by Robert Coles. Old and On Their Own. W.W. Norton, 1998. (photographs by Alex Harris and Thomas Roma)
  169. A. Harris. "Club Kid, Creating a Class Magazine." (1998). an essay published by the Center for Documentary Studies and Literacy Through Photography in Artists in the Classroom: Ten Collaborative Projects, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts
  170. by Ruth Moose. "A New Life." The Pilot, Southern Pines, N.C. (March 19, 1998). Stories and Photos Show New South
  171. A. Harris. "Old and On Their Own, "Age and Independence." St. Petersburg Florida Times (May 17, 1998). A writer and two photographers set out to show the everyday lives of everyday people who hang on to their personal sovereignty past age 75, by John Cutter
  172. by Stan Hinden. "Old and On Their Own, "A Journey of Age and Spirit." Washington Post, Book World (May 25, 1998).
  173. reviewed by William Zimmer. "The West", Princeton University Art Museum." The New York Times, Photography Review (August 2, 1998). Reviewer writes about one of my photographs in this exhibition
  174. by Celia Berdes. "Old and On Their Own, "Insight Wisdom, and Inspiration." Buehler Center on Aging Newsletter 14.4 (Winter 1998-1999).
  175. A. Harris (two photographs). "Acequia Culture: Water, Land, and Community in the Southwest, by Jose Rivera." The University of New Mexico Press. (1998).
  176. A. Harris (two photographs). "Hope Photographs, by Alice Rose George and Lee Marks." Thames and Hudson Co.. (1998).
  177. A. Harris. "cover photo." American Scientist (January-February 1998).
  178. A. Harris (one photograph). "Curriculum Resource Guide." Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego. (1998).
  179. Geoff Edgers. "DoubleTake Loses Harris." Raleigh News and Observer (February 10, 1998).
  180. A. Harris. "Harris, DoubleTake Editor set to resign after March issue." The Chronicle, Duke University (February 18, 1998).
  181. A. Harris. "Seeking the Bond Between Social Concern and Everyday Life, "Arts and Ideas." The New York Times (Saturday March 14, 1998): A21.
  182. Mark Feeney. "Literary Conversations as Intriguing as written word." The Anchorage Alaska News (March 22, 1998).
  183. Stephen Longmire. "On Double Take." Afterimage (March/April 1998): 5.
  184. Alan Bisbort. "Good News, Magazines that will provide years of pleasure browsing and reading." Advocate, Hartford, CT (April 16, 1998).
  185. Scott Butki. "More Magazines Should Take Note of DoubleTake." Morning News of Northwest Arkansas (April 18, 1998).
  186. A. Harris. "Doing a DoubleTake." Newsweek (May 11, 1998).
  187. A. Harris. "Paying Attention: The Cente for Documentary Studies." Trinity College Parent's Newsletter (Summer, 1998).
  188. A. Harris. "The Duke Endowment 1997 annual report." (November, 1998). Includes an article and an extensive photographic essay from twenty years of Alex Harris's students from his "American Communities" class at Duke University
  189. photographs by Thomas Roma and Alex Harris. "Prime Time: How Baby Boomers will Revolutionize Retirement and Transform America, by Marc Freedman." Public Affairs Press. (1999).
  190. Leah Ollman. "The Color Line, Revisited." The Los Angeles times (November 3, 1999). Review of color exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles
  191. Karen Hines. "Harris photos tapped for display at LA's famed Gerry Museum." Duke Dialogue (October 29, 1999): 11.
  192. by Mary L. Scott. "River of Traps." JOW journal 38.1 (January, 1999): 122. a review of River of Traps
  193. by Michael Koster. "The Window." Art News (March, 1999). a review of my work in an exhibition at Scheinbaum and Russek Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  194. by Cate McQuaid. "The Automobile as American Icon." The Boston Globe (November 10, 2000). Review of exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts
  195. A. Harris. "Islas en el Tiempo: Alex Harris muestra la humanidad y la fuerza de las communidades marginales." El Pais, Madrid Spain (November 18, 2000).
  196. A. Harris. "Fotografias ineditas de Alex Harris en la programacion de ontono del Ivam." Cultura, Valencia, Spain (November 6, 2000): 13.
  197. A. Harris. "Alex Harris y su mirada a las "Islas en el Tiempo." Communidad Valenciana (September 29, 0000). Page 24, "Alex Harris muestra en el IVAM la vida cotidiana de Nuevo Mexico y La Habana
  198. A. Harris. "Alex Harris Muestra en el Ivam su personal vision de La habana y Nuevo Mexico." El Mundo (September 29, 2000): 10.
  199. A. Harris. "El IVAM muestra la mirada comprometida de Alex Harris En sus fotografias de Nuevo Mexico." El Pais (September 29, 2000).
  200. A. Harris. "El Artista Americano Alex Harris expone sus "Islas en el Tiempo in el IVAM." Pendulo #185 (September 29, 2000): 1.
  201. A. Harris. "Alex Harris demuestra con 87 fotografias la intensa conexion entre Cuba y EE UU." Cultura (September 30, 2000): 24.
  202. A. Harris. "El Color hispano de Alex Harris." Fotografia (September 30, 2000): 24.
  203. A. Harris. "Alex Harris, Poesia de los Intangibles." El Cultural (October 25, 2000): 30.
  204. A. Harris. "Fotografias entre el documento y el arte, Alex Harris." Levante, El Mercantil Valenciano (November 3, 2000).
  205. A. Harris. "El fotografo Alex Harris da su vision de Cuba en la muestra que acoge el Ivam." Levante, El Mercantil Valenciano (November 5, 2000): 77.
  206. by Wayne Trujillo. "Rio De Las Trampas." The Colorado Hispanic Genealogist 2.3 (2000): 39-41.
  207. A. Harris (photograph). "Interiors." North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, Exhibition Catalog (2000).
  208. Jewrry Callum. "Widening Photography's Eye." Atlanta Journal Constitution (January 7, 2000). Article about the "Signs of Life" exhibition curated by Alex Harris
  209. Karen Hines. "Duke Professor's Photographs of Hispanic life on display in Spain." Duke Dialogue (September 29, 2000): 1, 12.
  210. Ellen Berkovitch. "The Evolving Document." Pastiempo The Santa Fe New Mexican (August 3-9, 2000): 36-44. interview with and article about Alex Harris and Van Daren Coke
  211. Mark Banker. "Beyond the Melting Pot and Multiculturalism: Cultural Politics in Southern Appalachia and Hispanic New Mexico." Montana: The Magazine of Western History (Summer, 2000).
  212. texts by Alex Harris, Kosme de Baranano, William deBuys, Jesus Buxo Rey, John Nichols, Maneul Vazquz Montalban. Islas En El Tiempo. The Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM), September, 2000. (in conjunction with a retrospective exhibition in Valencia, Spain mounted by IVAM. 240 pages. Photographs by Alex harris)
  213. A. Harris. "Illes en el temps" o la mirada creativa d'Alex Harris." Sabina Focas (October, 2000): 75.
  214. A. Harris (photographs). "Customized: Art inspired by Hot Rods, Low Riders, & American Car Culture." The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. (Fall, 2000). In association with a traveling exhibition
  215. A. Harris. "Alex Harris: fotografia en el Ivam." Colegio Oficial de Aparejadores Y Arquitectors Tecnicos de Valencia (November, 2000): 19.
  216. A. Harris. "Fotografia, Alex Harris, un Americdano en La Corte Del Rey Jaime Ivam." Turia, #1925, 22-28 (December, 2000): 86.
  217. A. Harris. "HIV In Perspective: Photographs of HIV in Malawi, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia and North Carolina." (February 27, 2001). by Hart Fellows and Duke Undergraduates. A Two part exhibition opening February 27, 2001 at the Duke Center for Medical Ethics and the Humanities and in March at the Sanford Insitute of Public Policy. Introductory texts and didactic wall texts for both exhibits
  218. Introductory text panel by Alex Harris and Kirk Felsman. "Together We Do Good Work." (2001-2003). Childcare and Poverty Alleviation in Gujarat, India. Photographs by Sara Gomez, April 2001-October 2002 Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University, Durham, NC, November 2002-April 2003 Bernard van Leer Foundation offices, The Hague
  219. A. Harris. "Heinle & Heinle English Language Learning Catalog, Cover photograph." (2001).
  220. A. Harris. "E contempornai, a Catalan literary magazine published in Barcelona Spain." (July-December 2001). Entire issue illustrated by New Mexico and Cuban photographs by Alex Harris
  221. Leach Ollman. "A Masters Long Shadow." The Los Angeles Times (August 26, 2001).
  222. A. Harris. "Hart Fellows Document Humanitarian Efforts Overseas." Document Vol. 3, #1 (2001): 23.
  223. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "The Art of Medicine: Samaritan House Free Clinic." Innovations, 1 Civic Ventures. (Summer, 2001). [cfm]
  224. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Lessons For Life: Experience Corps." Innovations, Civic Ventures. (Fall, 2001). [cfm]
  225. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Raising a Neighborhood: Hope Meadows." Innovations, 3 Civic Ventures. (Fall, 2001). [cfm]
  226.  El Contemporani.24  Fall, 2001. (Catalan literary magazine published in Barcelona, Spain. entire issue illustrated solely with photographs of New Mexico and Cuba by Alex Harris)
  227. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Lessons for Life: Experience Corps." (November, 2001). Introduction by Marc Freeeman. #1 in the Innovations publication series from Civic Ventures in San Francisco, Ca. Innovations profiles the work of creative organizations that engage older Americans in ew and compelling ways to revitalize their communities
  228. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "The Art of Medicine: Samaritan House Free Clinic." (November, 2001). Introduction by Marc Freedman. #2 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Venure
  229. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Raising a Neighborhood: Hope Meadows." (November, 2001). Introduction by Marc Freedman. #3 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Venutures
  230. J. Enyeart. "Photographers Writers and The American Scene: Visions of Passage." Arena Editions. (2002). photographs published in this book
  231. Audrey Goodman. "Translating Southwestern Landscapes: The Making of an Anglo Literary Tradition." University of Arizona Press. (2002). cover photograph and chapter detailing significance of my photographic work in the Southwest
  232. introducatory text panel by Alex Harris, Kirk Felsman, and Alma Blount. "Visions and Voices of HIV Aids in Malawi, Ethiopia, and Zimbabwe." (2002). at the Council on Foundations Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 30, 2002, at European Council on Foundations Meeting, Belgium, July 2002, at the John Hope Franklin Center Duke University, November-December 2002
  233. A. Harris (photographs). "Photographers, Writers, and The American Scene: Visions of Passage." Arena Editions. (2002). One of thirty-five photographers and fifteen writers commissioned to participate in this book and traveling exhibition
  234. A. Harris (photographs). "Translating Southwestern Landscapes: The Making of an Anglo Literary Tradition, by Audrey Goodman." University of Arizona Press. (2002).
  235. Robert J. Hughes. "Futures and Options." The Wall Street Journal (May 10, 2002): w-2. review of exhibition at the Wellesley College Davis Museuum and Cultural Center
  236. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Giving Shelter:RV Care-A-Vanners." Innovations, 4 Civic Ventures. (Spring, 2002). [cfm]
  237. A. Harris. "Inside Cars, cover photograph and photos with article." 2wice Magaine 5.2 (Spring, 2002).
  238. cover photograph and interior photos by Alex Harris. "Inside Cars." 2wice Magazine 5.2 (Spring, 2002).
  239. A. Harris and Robert Gurwitt (photograph). "Giving Shelter: RV Care-A-Vanners." (April, 2002). Introduction by Marc Freedman, #4 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Ventures
  240. with text by Rob Gurwitt and photographs by Alex Harris. "Fostering Hope." Morther Jones Magazine (April, 2002): 50-57.
  241. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Fostering Hope." Mother Jones Magazine (April, 2002).
  242. C. Fusco and B. Wallis. "Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self." Harry Abrams. (2003). Photographs published in this book
  243. A. Harris (photograph). "Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of The American Self by Coco Fusco and Brian Wallis." International Center for Photography and Harry Abrams Publishers. (2003).
  244. text by Rob Gurwitt, photographs by Alex Harris. "Have Tools, Will Travel." Mother Jones Magazine (January-February 2003).
  245. A. Harris. "Visions of Cuba Photo exhibit juxtaposes modern-day country with hero's ideal." Durham Morning Herald (December 5, 2003).
  246. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Subject of My Heart: Rainbow Integenerational Child Care Program." (January, 2003). Introduction by Marc Freedman. #5 in the Innovations publication sseries from Civic Ventures
  247. R. Gurwitt. "Have Tools, Will Travel." Mother Jones Magazine (January, 2003). (my photographs of Care-A-Vanners accompany text by R. Gurwitt, see Giving Shelter:RV Care-A-Vanners, Innovations, vol. 4)
  248. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Finding God In All Things: Ignatian Lay Volunteer Corps." Innovations Series #6, Civic Ventures. (Summer, 2003). [cfm]
  249. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Finding God in All Things: Ignatian Lay Volunteer Corps." (July, 2003). Introduction by Marc Freedman, #6 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Ventures
  250. A. Harris. "Alex Harris Photographs 1998-2000, Images from The Duke University Special Collections Library." (September, 2003, ongoing). An ongoing web exhibition [available here]  [abs]
  251. A. Harris. "Alex Harris 1998-2000." (Fall, 2003). two wall texts for "Havana 1998 photographs", and "Game Boy 2000," at Perkins Library, Duke University
  252. A. Harris. "Walker Evans at Yale." (November, 2003). an introductory essay for the exhibition "Walker Evans at 100," at the Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University
  253. A. Harris. "Jose Marti and the Idea of Cuba." (November, 2003). an introductory wall text essay for the exhibition of the same title at the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Duke University
  254. A. Harris (photographs). "Experience Corps." Experience Corps, Washington, DC. (November, 2003). introduction by John Gomperts
  255. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Subject of My Heart: Rainbow Intergenerational Child Care Program." Innovations, 5 Civic Ventures. (Winter, 2003). [cfm]
  256. A. Harris (photograph). "Blue Sky #38, Blue Sky Gallery, Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts, Portland Oregon." (December, 2003).
  257. Alex Harris. "Blue Sky." 38 (December, 2003).
  258. A. Chomsky. "The Cuba Reader." Duke University Press. (2004): cover photograph by Alex Harris.
  259. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Der Unendilche Plan, a novel published by Isabel Allende." Verlag, Germany. (2004).
  260. A. Harris (four photographs). "Michael Hoffman Collection." Philadelphia Museum of Art/Aperture Books. (2004).
  261. A. Harris. "Outside the Ordinary," A tribute in Pictures to Michael E. Hoffman." Aperture, special issue (2004).
  262. A. Harris. "Outside the Ordinary." Aperture Magazine special edition (2004). (A tribute in pictures to Aperture Editor Michael E. Hoffman, 1942-2001)
  263.  Arrivals and Departures: The Airport Photographs of Garry Winogrand. Edited by Alex Harris and Lee Friedlander. Distributed Arts Publishers, Spring, 2004.
  264. A. Harris. "Experience Corps: New Adventures in Service for Americans over 55." Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Website (Winter, 2004). Ongoing interactive web exhibit of my photographs of Experience Corps Volunteers from New York, Boston, and San Francisco./ This web exhibit originally on the RWJF main page [profiledetail.jsp]  [abs]
  265. Lynne Warren. "Encyclopedia of 20th Century Photography." Routledge Press. (2005).
  266. Duke News Service. "Alex Harris Photos at US Senate." (July 2005).  [abs]
  267. A. Harris. "Engaging All Ages." Duke Magazine (September-October 2005). Three photographs reproduced and an article about US Senate Rotunda Exhibit
  268. Duke Magazine. "Engaging All Ages." 91.5 (Sept-Oct 2005): 15. review of my exhibit at Russell Rotunda in DC, three photographs reproduced [html]
  269. D. Anderson. "Writing about Literature in the Media Age." UNC Press. (2005). one A. Harris photograph reproduced in this book [html]
  270. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Educational Leadership." 62.6 (March, 2005).
  271. cover photograph by Alex Harris. "Learning from Urban Schools." Educational Leadership 62.6 (March, 2005).
  272. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Urban Spectrum." 19.2 (May, 2005).
  273. cover photograph by Alex Harris. "Spreading the News about People of Color." Urban Spectrum 19.2 (May, 2005).
  274. Bill Hogan. "Experience Counts." AARP Bulletin AARP. (September, 2005). article accompanied by Web exhibition of ten of my photographs on the AARP website [html]
  275. A. Harris (photograph). "Life Begins at Sixty-Five." In Character: A Journal of Everyday Virtues 1.2 (Winter, 2005): 66-77. Photographs illustrating and article by Marc Freedman
  276.  Together We Do Good Work: SEWA's Child Care Program in Gujarat India, by Sara Gomez. Edited by edited by Alex Harris and Sara Gomez. Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University, Winter, 2005. (introduction by Alex Harris)
  277. Marc Freedman. "Life Begins at Sixty-Five." In Character: A Journal of Everyday Virtues (Winter, 2005): 66-77. (my photographs accompany an article by Marc Freedman)
  278. by Wayne Trujillo. "River of Traps: A Village Life." Latino Suave (February-March 2006): 10.
  279. A. Harris with Bruce Payne. "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart." (2006). A new essay on the photographic survey of the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa for the revised brochure of the traveling exhibition, "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart." Because of changing conditions in South Africa, all brochure and exhibition texts were rewritten in 1991
  280. A. Harris. "Civic Ventures." (2006). Photographs on web sites  [abs]
  281. A. Harris. "Encyclopaedia Britannica Web site, Hope Photographs page." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  282. A. Harris. "The Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM)." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  283. A. Harris. "Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  284. A. Harris. "Scheinbaum and Russek Gallery, Santa Fe, NM." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  285. A. Harris. "Center for Instructional Technology, Duke University." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  286. A. Harris. "The Los Angeles Times." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  287. A. Harris. "Colp d'ULL, a Catalan magazine interview with Alex Harris." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  288. A. Harris. "Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  289. A. Harris. "Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  290. A. Harris. "Hope Photographs." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  291. A. Harris. "J. Paul Getty Museum." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  292. A. Harris. "Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, Oregon." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  293. A. Harris. "sheldon Art Galleries and Concert Hall, St. Louis, Mo." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  294. A. Harris. "Perkins Library, Duke University." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  295. A. Harris. "The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  296. A. Harris. "Ann Stewart Fine Art." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  297. A. Harris. "Duke Magaine." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  298. A. Harris. "AARP." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  299. A. Harris. "Alex Harris Photographs of Cuba." Russian Esquire (May, 2006): 162-175.  [author's comments]
  300. "Alex Harris at the North Carolina Museum of Art." The Independent (August 30, 2006).
  301. "Photography a Fully Developed Presence." The Los Angeles Times .E29 (October 8, 2006).
  302.  Where We Live: Photographs of America from the Berman Collection. Edited by Judy Keller and Anne Lacoste. J. Paul Getty Museum, Fall, 2006. (book accompanying exhibition of the same title at the J. Paul Getty Museum) [html]
  303. M. Freedman. Encore: Finding work that matters in the second half of life. Encore. Public Affairs, 2007. [news]  [abs]
  304. A. Harris. "The Idea of Cuba." Document Summer/Fall 2007 (2007): 12-17.
  305. Mary-Charlotte Domandi. "The Idea of Cuba." KSFR 90.7FM, Santa Fe, New Mexico (2007). [available here]
  306. David Lewis. "The Idea of Cuba." WMLB 1690FM, Atlanta (2007). [20]
  307. Frank Stasio. "The Idea of Cuba." WUNC 91.5FM Chapel Hill, NC (2007). [view]
  308. Diana George. Reading Culture: Contexts for Critical Reading and Writing. Longman, January, 2007. (Cover photograph)
  309. A. Harris. "Game Boy." Russian Esquire (May, 2007).  [author's comments]
  310. Time Staff Writer. "Making Flexible Retirements Work." Time Magazine (May 10, 2007). [html]  [author's comments]
  311. A. Harris. "Cuba Libre." Dutch Esquire 3 (June, 2007).  [author's comments]
  312. Nancy Stapp. "The Idea of Cuba." KTAO, 101.9FM, Taos, New Mexico (September 20, 2007).
  313. Bob Bishop. "The Idea of Cuba." KHFM 95.5FM, Albuquerque, New Mexico (September 27, 2007).
  314. David Steinberg. "Photos and Text in New Large-Format Book Capture the Essence of Cuba." The Albuquerque Journal (September 28, 2007).
  315. Paul Weideman. "Getting to Know our Neighbor to the South." The Santa Fe New Mexican: Pasatiempo (September 28, 2007).
  316. A. Harris. The Idea of Cuba. UNM Press and The Center for Documentary Studies, Fall, 2007. [html]  [abs]
  317. A. Harris. "alex-harris.com/." (Fall, 2007). [available here]
  318. Alberto Brown Rodriguez. "Entendiendo Cuba a través de la fotografía." Mundo Hispanico (October 11, 2007). [html]
  319. Virginia Cha. "The Idea of Cuba." CNN.COM (October 17, 2007). [cha.alex.harris.cnn]
  320. A. Harris. "The Idea of Cuba." The Chronicle of Higher Education 54.10 (November 2, 2007): b23. [reprint.php]  [author's comments]
  321. Marice Cohn Band. "Questions and Answers from Some Authors at the Miami Book Fair." The Miami Herald (November 3, 2007).
  322. Sylvia Pfeiffenberger. "Praising Famous Men and not-so-famous Women of Cuba." The Independent Weekly (November 4, 2007). [Content]
  323. staff writer. "Fotos revelan paradojas de Cuba, héroes y la vida diaria." Progreso Weekly (November, 2007). [index.php]
  324. Staff Writer. "The idea of cuba." Yale Alumni Magazine (November-December 2007).
  325. Henry Berry. "The Idea of Cuba." Henryberry.gather.com (November 6, 2007). [viewArticle.jsp]
  326. A. Harris and W. deBuys. River of Traps: A Mountain Life. Trinity University Press, Winter, 2007. (A re-publication of my 1990 book with William deBuys. New Subtitle) [available here]  [abs]
  327. Craig Varjabedian. "Waiting for Light; Photography Books and the Excellence Legacy." Photoworkshop.com (December, 2007). [WaitingForLightDec07.shtml]
  328. staff writer. "Photos reveal Cuba’s paradoxes, heroes, and everyday life." Progreso Weekly.com (2008). review of The Idea of Cuba [index.php]
  329. with A. Harris and W. deBuys. "River of Traps." Su Casa Magazine 14.5 (2008): 96-106.
  330. A. Harris. "Cuba." Vagent Magazine .2 (February, 2008). Cover photograph for an issue of the magazine about contemporary Cuba
  331. Heather Shaw. "Latin American Poets, Migrants, utopians, Fathers: Somos Americanos También." Foreword Magazine (May, 2008): 32-35. a review of The Idea of Cuba
  332. A. Harris. "Backstory." Popular Photography (May, 2008).
  333. A. Harris. "PDN Photo Annual 2008." Photo District News (May, 2008).
  334. with A. Harris and William deBuys. "Sunset Canto From River of Traps." Terrain.org (Fall, 2008). [htm]  [abs]
  335. Hans Durer. "Photographing Cuba." Across Cultures (October 5, 2008). a review of The Idea of Cuba [html]
  336. with A. Harris and W. Bamberger. "Behind the Scenes on the Set of CHE." Time.com (December 12, 2008). (frontpage of Time Website on December 12 and 13, 2008, then ongoing access to story.) [html]
  337. Martha Egan. ""La Ranfla & Other Stories"." Papolote Press. (2009): Cover photograph by Alex Harris.
  338. A. Harris. "MLK Day and Inauguration Day 2009, Washington DC."  (January 19th and 20th, 2009). [available here]  [abs]
  339. A. Harris. "Connecting Disparate Worlds." exhibition catalogue for "Connecting Disparate Worlds" by Arye Carmon (Summer, 2009).  [author's comments]
  340. A. Harris. "Presentation by Alex Harris."  (Summer, 2009). [htm]  [abs] [author's comments]
  341. A. Harris. "Beauty Photography and Beyond." Nasher Museum Blog (September 29, 2009). [to%20duke%20resume%202009/Nasher%20Museum%20Blogs%20»%20Blog%20Archive%20»%20Beauty,%20Photography%20and%20Beyond.webarchive]  [abs]
  342. Kael Alford. Who's Idea of Cuba.  ReVista Fall/2009 (Fall, 2009). [alford]  [abs]
  343. with Alex Harris and Liisa Ogburn. "Coming Home."  (2010). [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  344. Alex Harris. "New Mexico photographs." Migration: Lost and Found in America. Ed. Donald McCrae Michael Weiss Productions, October, 2010: 96-105.  [abs]
  345. A. Harris. "Pilgrimage to Katrina." Les Suds Profonds de L'Amerique Democratic Books. (November, 2010): 60-103. [htm]  [abs]
  346. Judith Keller. "A Revolutionary Project brings Cuba to The Getty." Cuban Art News (2011). [a_revolutionary_project_brings_cuba_to_the_getty_museum]  [abs]
  347. Carlos Espinosa Domínguez. "Cuba desde el ojo de la cámara." Cubaencuentro (2011). An online publication about Cultural events related to Cuba [cuba-desde-el-ojo-de-la-camara-251482]  [abs]
  348. with a. Harris and Paula Ehrlich. "The Time of our Lives: Living with Brain Cancer."  (2011). [available here]  [abs]
  349. with Judith Keller and Brett Abbott, Curators. "Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now." (2011). http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/walker_evans_cuba/walker_evans_cuba_checklist.pdf [html]  [abs]
  350. J.M.G. Le Clézio. "Les Musés sont des mondes." (November 5, 2011-February 6, 2012).  [abs]
  351. A. Harris. "Cuba Through the Windshield." Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies (Spring-Summer, 2011). [pdf]
  352. M.B. Abram and Alex Harris. "Conversations with Artists: Alex Harris." (May 17, 2011). [html]  [abs]
  353. with Alex Harris, Virginia Beahan, and Alexey Titarenko. "Three Contemporary Photographers on Cuba." (May 17, 2011). [available here]  [abs]
  354. Lenika Cruz. "‘A Revolutionary Project’ on Cuba exhibited at Getty." The Daily Bruin UCLA. (May 19, 2011). An article about the exhibition, "A Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now" [a_revolutionary_project_on_cuba_exhibited_at_getty]  [abs]
  355. Reed Johnson. "Cuba under the lens at the Getty Museum." Los Angeles Times (May 27, 2011). [la-et-cuban-photography-20110527]  [abs]
  356. ArtDailey. "Getty Museum Displays Photographs of Cuba Before, During, and After the Revolution." artdaily.org (May, 2011). [index.asp]  [abs]
  357. A. Harris. "Permanent Collection of J.Paul Getty Museum." (Summer, 2011).  [abs]
  358. Richard Chang. "Getty offers photographic views of Cuba." The Orange County Register (August 12, 2011). [html]  [abs]
  359. with A. Harris and Elena Rue. "Coming Home."  (Fall, 2011). [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  360. A. Harris. "MFA/EDA Documentary Field Work Influences Blog."  (Fall, 2011). [available here]  [abs]
  361. A. Harris. Les musés sont des mondes. Edited by J. M. G. Le Clézio. Gallimard and Musée du Louvre, November, 2011. [le-louvre-invite-jmg-le-clezio-les-musees-sont-des-mondes]
  362. A. Harris. "Permanent Collection Pavillon Populaire, Montpelier, France." (December, 2011).  [abs]
  363. John Sledge. Southern Spirit.  The Mobile Bay Monthly (2012). [available here]  [abs]
  364. A. Harris. "Permanent Collection Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, New Mexico." (2012).  [author's comments]
  365. A. Harris. "Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit of A Southern City." NPR Picture Show (2012). [available here]  [abs]
  366. with A. Harris and Elena Rue. "The Lookout Blog for the Hine Fellows Program."  (2012). [available here]  [abs]
  367. Atlantic Monthly staff. Cover to Cover.  The Atlantic Magazine (September, 2012). [available here]  [abs]
  368. with A. Harris and E.O. Wilson. Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit of a Southern City.  Harvard Magazine (September, 2012). [off-the-shelf]  [abs]
  369. A. Harris and E.O. Wilson. Why We Are Here: Mobile and The Spirit of A Southern City. Liveright/Norton, October, 2012. 229 pp. [available here]  [abs]
  370. A. Harris. "Documentary Fieldwork Influences."  (Fall, 2012). [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  371. Dwight Garner. "Heavyweights for the Holidays." The New York Times (November 23, 2012). [a-roundup-of-holiday-coffee-table-books.html]  [abs] [author's comments]
  372. Dick Gordon. "The Story." (December 11, 2012). [mp3]  [author's comments]
  373. Coburn Dukeheart. Why We Are Here: Capturing the Spirit of Mobile Alabama.  NPR PICTURE SHOW (January 4, 2013). [available here]
  374. Don Noble. Book about Mobile Explores Why We Are Here.  Tuscaloosa News (April 1, 2013). [130409924#gsc.tab=0]
  375. Chris Vitiello. "The Nasher tells a story of Photography in Light Sensitive." Indy Weekly (February 27, 2013). [130409924#gsc.tab=0]
  376. with A Harris and MFAEDA First Year Students. "MFAEDA Works In Progress Presentations 2013." (December 10-11, 2013). [20894]  [abs]
  377. with a harris and multiple photographers. "Light Sensitive: photographic works from North Carolina Collectors." (February 14-May 12, 2013). [available here]  [abs]
  378. with a harris and other photographers. "Close to Home." (August 18, 2013–February 9, 2014). An exhibition at the North Carolina Museum of Art [available here]
  379. with A Harris and other artists. ""In Practice" exhibition." (September 27, 2013- December 30, 2013). [19979]  [abs]
  380. with a harris and other photographers. "The Bunnen Collection of Photography." (2013). [aspx]  [abs]
  381. with a harris and seven other photographers. "Bull City Summer." (2013). [1]  [abs]
  382. with a harris and MFAEDA first year students. "MFA/EDA Influences class of 2015."  (2013). [available here]  [abs]

Healy, Robert G.

  1. R.G. Healy. "Effects of Housing on Health and Productivity: Zacapu, Mexico (International Housing Productivity Study)." (1968).
  2. R.G. Healy (co-author). "Housing in Regional Economic Development and Planning." Annals of Regional Science (December, 1969).
  3. R.G. Healy (contributor). "Housing: Symbol and Shelter (International Housing Productivity Study)." (1970).
  4. R.G. Healy with James L. Short. "Some Responses to Improved Housing in a Puerto Rican Town (International Housing Productivity Study)." (1970).
  5. R.G. Healy. "Effects of Improved Housing on Worker Performance." Journal of Human Resources 6.3 (Summer, 1971).
  6. R.G. Healy with Joel Bergsman and Peter Greenston. "The Agglomeration Process in Urban Growth." Urban Studies 9.3 (October, 1972).
  7. R.G. Healy. "Saving California's Coast: The Coastal Zone Initiative and Its Aftermath." Coastal Zone Management Journal 1.4 (1974).
  8. R.G. Healy with Joel Bergsman and Peter Greenston. "A Classification of Economic Activities Based on Location Patterns." Journal of Urban Economics (Winter, 1975).
  9. R.G. Healy. Land Use and the States. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press for Resources for the Future, 1976. (second edition, with John S. Rosenberg, 1979. An alternative selection of the Macmillan Library of Urban Affairs Book Club)
  10. R.G. Healy with Henry R. Hertzfeld. "Energy Conservation Strategies." (1976).
  11. R.G. Healy. "Co-ordination: The Next Phase in Land Use Planning." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 31.4 (July-August 1976): 140-45.
  12. R.G. Healy with William E. Shands. The Lands Nobody Wanted: Policy for National Forests in the Eastern United States. Washington, D.C.: The Conservation Foundation, 1977.
  13. R.G. Healy. "Environmentalists and Developers: Can They Agree on Anything?." (1977).
  14. R.G. Healy. "Colombia: Multi-City Urban Project Appraisal Report." (1977). (prepared economic analysis element)
  15. R.G. Healy (editor and contributing author). Protecting the Golden Shore: Lessons from the California Coastal Commissions. Washington, D.C.: The Conservation Foundation, 1978.
  16. R.G. Healy with Leland S. Burns. "The Metropolitan Hierarchy of Occupations." Regional Science and Urban Economics (November, 1978).
  17. R.G. Healy. "Environmental Regulations and the Location of Industry in the U.S.: A Search for Evidence." (1979).
  18. R.G. Healy with James L. Short. "Rural Land: Market Trends and Planning Implications." Journal of the American Planning Association 45.3 (July, 1979): 305-17.
  19. R.G. Healy (editor and contributing author, with Sandra S. Batie). The Future of American Agriculture as a Strategic Resource. Washington, D.C.: The Conservation Foundation, 1980.
  20. R.G. Healy. "Landscape and Landowner: Issues of Land Tenure in Rural America." The Farm and the City: Rivals or Allies?. Ed. Archibald Woodruff Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1980
  21. R.G. Healy with Frank J. Popper. "Speeding Industrial Siting: The False Promise of Procedural Reform." Sloan Management Review 22.1 (Fall, 1980): 47-54.
  22. R.G. Healy with James L. Short. The Market for Rural Land: Trends, Issues, Policies. Washington, D.C.: The Conservation Foundation, 1981.
  23. R.G. Healy. "America's Industrial Future: An Environmental Perspective." (1982).
  24. R.G. Healy. "Hallmarks of a New Decade in Land Use." Planning 49.7 (July/August 1983): 20-24. (Republished in The Best of Planning (1990)
  25. R.G. Healy with Sandra S. Batie. "The Future of American Agriculture." Scientific American 248.2 (February, 1983): 40-51.
  26. R.G. Healy. "Forests in an Urban Civilization." The Urban/Forest Interface. Ed. Gordon Bradley Washington Press, 1984
  27. R.G. Healy with Sandra S. Batie. "U.S. Agriculture: The Case for Guarded Optimism." Economic Impact (Winter, 1984).
  28. R.G. Healy. Competition for Land in the American South: Agriculture, Human Settlement and the Environment. Washington, D.C.: The Conservation Foundation, 1985.
  29. R.G. Healy with Robert E. Sojka. "Trends in Southern Agriculture: Implications for Soil and Water Conservation." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 40.2 (March-April 1985).
  30. R.G. Healy. "Forestry, Agricultural and Urban Competition for Land in the Southeastern U.S.." Farmland Retention in the Southeast. Ed. Jerry R. Skees Southern Rural Development Center, 1985
  31. R.G. Healy with Jeffrey A. Zinn. "Resolving Environment and Development Conflicts in Coastal Zone Management." Journal of the American Planning Association 51.3 (Summer, 1985).
  32. R.G. Healy. "Land, Agriculture and the Long View." Agriculture and Human Values II.4 (Fall, 1985).
  33. R.G. Healy with Kenneth Cook and Thomas Waddell. "Agriculture and the Environment in a Changing World Economy." (1986).
  34. R.G. Healy with Ralph J. Alig. "Urban and Built-up Land Area Changes in the United States: An Empirical Investigation of Determinants." Land Economics (Summer, 1987).
  35. R.G. Healy. "State of the Environment Reports: An Internaitonal Comparison." Journal of Planning Literature (Fall, 1987).
  36. R.G. Healy. "Economic Considerations in Nature-Oriented Tourism." PPEI Paper #34 U.S. Forst Service, Forestry Private Enterprise Initiative. (1988).
  37. R.G. Healy. "A Reconnaissance of Conservation and Development Issues in Central America." Report of the International Commission on Central American Reconstruction and Development. Ed. William L. Ascher Durham: Duke University Press, 1988
  38. R.G. Healy with David Newman. "Opportunity Costs in Establishing the Proposed Bladen Branch Nature Reserve, Belize." Report to the World Wildlife Fund and the Agriculture Ministry of Belize (1989).
  39. R.G. Healy with Preston Bristow. "Shard Ownership of Forestlands: Experience and Prospects." Conserving the North Woods. Ed. Clark Binkley and Perry Hagenstein New Haven: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, 1989
  40. R.G. Healy with William L. Ascher. Natural Resource Policymaking in Developing Countries: Environment, Economic Growth, and Income Distribution. Durham: Duke University Press, 1990.
  41. R.G. Healy with Randall Kramer and Robert Mendelsohn. "Forest Valuation." Managing the World's Forests. Ed. Narendra P. Sharma Dubuque: Kendall-Hunt, 1992: 237-67.
  42. R.G. Healy. Setting Priorities for Land Conservation. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, 1993. (joint author)
  43. R.G. Healy. "Forests or Fields: A Land Allocation Perspective." Land Use Policy 10.2 (April, 1993): 122-26.
  44. R.G. Healy. "Ecotourism, Handicrafts and the Management of Natural Areas in Developing Countries." (1994).
  45. R.G. Healy. "'Tourist Mechandise' as a Means of Generating Local Benefits From Ecotourism." Journal of Sustainable Tourism 2.3 (1994): 137-51.
  46. R.G. Healy. "The 'Common Pool' Problem in Tourism Landscapes." Annals of Tourism Research 21.1 (1994): 596-611.
  47. R.G. Healy with William Ascher. "Knowledge in the Policy Process: Incorporating New Environmental Information in Natural Resource Policymaking." Policy Sciences 28.1 (1995): 1-19.
  48. R.G. Healy. "Prawa Wlasnosci W Aspeckcie Lokalnym I Regionalnym (Property Rights, Regionalism and Localism)." Gospodarka Samorzadow Terytorialnicy W Swietle Doswiadczen Amerykanskisch (Reform of Local Self-Government in the Light of American Experience). Ed. Lester M. Salamon Lodz, Poland: Fundacja Promocji Czystych Technologii, 1995: 104-119.
  49. R.G. Healy. "Food as Tourist Merchandise." (1998). manuscript
  50. R.G. Healy. "Tourism in a Critical Environment." Tourism in the Critical Environments. Ed. Tej Vir Singh 1998
  51. R.G. Healy. "Maple Syrup, Tourism and Rural Development: A Comparison of Vermont and Quebec." (2002). manuscript
  52. R.G. Healy with Kenneth Coates and William Morrison. "Tracking the Snowbirds: Seasonal Migration from Canada to the U.S.A. and Mexico." American Review of Canadian Studies 32.3 (Autumn 2002): 433-50.
  53. R.G. Healy. Analytical Methods and Approaches for Water Resources Project Planning. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, 2004. (joint author)
  54. R.G. Healy. "Ecotourism and Agriculture." forthcoming book on ecotourism. Ed. William Durham and Amanda Stronza Stanford University, 2004
  55. R.G. Healy. "The Aging of North America: A Proposed Migration and Development Strategy." Estudios Demograficos y Economicos (Mexico City) 60 (2005).
  56. R.G. Healy. "The Common Pool Problem and Management of Niagara Falls." Annals of Tourism Research  (accepted for publication).
  57. R.G. Healy. "Population Aging and Employment in Mexico, Canada and the U.S.A.: Proposal for Labor Exchange." Estudios Demograficos y Urbanos  (accepted for publication).
  58. R.G. Healy. "Common Property Theory and Tourism at Niagara Falls." Annals of Tourism Research (forthcoming Spring 2006).

Hemming, Richard

  1. R. Hemming, F. Modigliani (Editors). The Determinants of National Saving and Wealth. Macmillan, 1982. (Proceedings of an International Economic Association Conference held at Bergamo, Italy)
  2. R. Hemming. Poverty and Incentives: The Economics of Social Security. Oxford University Press, 1984.
  3. R. Hemming,István Székely. "“Fiscal Reforms in the New Member States of the European Union—Past Performance and Future Challenges”." Fiscal Policy and the Road to the Euro. National Bank of Poland and Magyar Nemzeti Bank, 2006
  4. R. Hemming with a staff team from the Fiscal Affairs Department. "“Public-Private Partnerships, Government Guarantees, and Fiscal Risk”."  IMF Special Issues Paper (2006).
  5. R. Hemming,J. Shields and others. "Manual on Fiscal Transparency."   (2007). Revision
  6. R. Hemming, B. Akitoby and G. Schwartz. "“Public Investment and Public-Private Partnerships”." IMF Economic Issues 40 (2007).
  7. R. Hemming, R. Allen, A. Corbacho, and G. Ljungman. "“Hungary: Strengthening Budget Management”."  Technical Assistance Reports (August, 2007).
  8. R. Hemming. "“Fiscal Discipline, Stabilization and Institutional Reform”." (2008). Proceedings of a G-20 Workshop on Fiscal Elements of Growth and Stability, Istanbul
  9. R. Hemming. "PPPs: Some Accounting and Reporting Issues”." Public Investment and Public-Private Partnerships. Ed. G. Schwartz, A. Corbacco and K. Funke Palgrave Macmillan, 2008
  10. R. Hemming, D. Coady, T. Koranchelian and A. Mati. "“Lebanon: Subsidy Reform Options”."  Technical Assistance Reports (January, 2008).
  11. R. Hemming, M. De Broeck. "“Transparency of the EU Budget”." (April 3-4, 2008). Presented at a European Commission Conference on Public Finances in the European Union

Jackson, Jr., John L.

  1. J.L. Jackson. ""Towards an Ethnography of a Quotation-Marked-Off Place"." Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society (Spring, 1999).
  2. Review of Ingrid Bank. Hair Matters: Beauty, Power and Black Women's Consciousness.  Sex Roles: A Journal of Research (July, 2001).
  3. John L. Jackson, Jr. Harlemworld: Doing Race and Class In Contemporary Black America. University of Chicago Press, December, 2001.  [abs]
  4. J.L. Jackson. ""Undoing Harlemworld: An Anthropological Argument about Diasporic Disasters"." Revolutions of the Mind: Cultural Studies in the African Diaspora Project, 1996-2002" (2003).
  5. J.L. Jackson. ""Abandoning Advertisements Over Edificial Ekphrases"." The Journal of Visual Culture 2.3 (2003): 341-352.
  6. Review of Adrian Nicole Blanc. Random Family.  The Washington Post (February 12, 2003). [htm]
  7. Review of Eric Klinenberg. Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago.  The American Journal of Sociology 108.5 (March, 2003): 1114-1115.
  8. J.L. Jackson. Harlemworld: Doing Race and Class in Contemporary Black America. University of Chicago Press, June, 2003. (Paperback edition) [ctl]
  9. Review of Arlene Dávila. Barrio Dreams: Puerto Ricans, Latinos, and the Neoliberal State.  Transforming Anthropology (Forthcoming).
  10. John L. Jackson, Jr.. "An Ethnographic FilmFlam: Giving gifts, Doing Rsearch, and Videotaping the Native Subject/Object." American Anthropologist 106.1 (March, 2004): 32-42.  [abs]
  11. J.L. Jackson. Real Black: Adventures in Racial Sincerity. University of Chicago Press, 2005. [ctl]
  12. J.L. Jackson, author and special issue editor. "A Little Black Magic." The South Atlantic Quarterly 104.3 (2005).
  13. J.L. Jackson, Jr., ed.. "Racial Americana (Special Issue of SAQ)." South Atlantic Quarterly 104.3 Duke University Press. (Summer, 2005): 1-10. I wrote the introduction, collected the pieces, an edited the volume.
  14. J.L. Jackson, Jr.. "Pass*ed Lives." Women and Performance 29 (December, 2005): 1-7. (I co-edited the special issue of this journal.)
  15. J.L. Jackson. "Globalizaion, Gentrification, and Georaciality." Globalization and Race  (Forthcoming 2006).

James, Sherman A

  1. Tucker R.C., James S.A.. "Note on 'Strangers in Paradise' or Telling It Like It Isn't." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 37 (1971): 304.
  2. Shulman A.D., James S.A.. "Effects of Participation in Undergraduate Community Psychology Work-Study Programs on Self Actualization and Vocational Plans." American Journal of Community Psychology 1 (1973): 173-181.
  3. James S.A., Kleinbaum D.G.. "Socioeconomic Stress and Hypertension Related Mortality in North Carolina." American Journal of Public Health 66 (1976): 354-359.
  4. Stiles W., Putman S., Wolf M., James S.A.. "Patient-Physician Verbal Interactions." Clinical Research 26 (1978): 51A.
  5. Stiles W., Putman S., James S.A., Wolf M.. "Acquiescence-Control and Patient Satisfaction with Medical Interviews." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 4 (1978): 369.
  6. James S.A., Kaplan B.H., Millstone L.H.. "Soul City: Attitudes Toward a Developing New Town." Journal of Community Psychology 6 (1978): 88-99.
  7. Graham T., Kaplan B.H., Cornoni-Huntley J.C., James S.A., Becker C., Hames C.G., Heyden S.. "Frequency of Church Attendance and Blood Pressure Elevation." Journal of Behavioral Medicine 1 (1978): 37-43.
  8. S.A. James. "The Psychologist in a Public Health Setting: Implications for Training." Journal of Community Psychology 6 (1978): 324-327.
  9. Wolf M., Putnam S., James S.A., Stiles W.. "The Medical Interview Satisfaction Scale: A Scale to Measure Patient Perceptions of Physician Behavior." Journal of Behavioral Medicine 1 (1978): 391-401.
  10. Tyroler H.A., James S.A.. "Editorial: Blood Pressure and Skin Color." American Journal of Public Health 68 (1978): 1170-1172.
  11. Stiles W., Putnam S., James S.A., Wolf M.. "Dimensions of Patient and Physician Roles in Medical Screening Interviews." Social Science and Medicine 13A (1979): 335-341.
  12. Stiles W., Putnam S., Wolf M., James S.A.. "Interaction, Exchange Structure and Patient Satisfaction with Medical Interviews." Medical Care 17 (1979): 667-579.
  13. Stiles W., Putnam S., Wolf M., James S.A.. "Verbal Responses Mode Profiles of Patients and Physicians in Medical Screening Interviews." Journal of Medical Education 54 (February, 1979): 81-89.
  14. Dreyer N., Woods N., James S.A.. "ISRO: A Valid Scale for Measuring Sex Role Orientation: Sex Roles." A Journal for Research 7 (1981): 173-182.
  15. Parkerson G.R., Gehlbach S.H., Wagner E.H., James S.A., Clapp N.E., Muhlbaier L.H.. "The Duke-UNC Health Profile: An Adult Health Status Instrument for Primary Care." Medical Care 19 (1981): 806-828.
  16. Boyce W.T., Jensen E.W., James S.A., Peacock J.L.. "The Family Routines Inventory: Theoretical Origins." Social Science and Medicine 17 (1983): 193-200.
  17. Jensen E.W., James S.A., Boyce W.T., Hartnett S.A.. "The Family Routines Inventory: Development and Validation." Social Science and Medicine 17 (1983): 201-211.
  18. Broadhead W.E., Kaplan B.H., James S.A., Wagner E.H., Schoenbach V.J., Grimson R., Heyden S., Tibblin G., Gehlbach S.H.. "The Epidemiologic Evidence for a Relationship Between Social Support and Health." American Journal of Epidemiology 117 (1983): 521-537.
  19. James S.A., Hartnett S.A., Kalsbeek W.. "John Henryism and Blood Pressure Differences Among Black Men." Journal of Behavioral Medicine 6 (1983): 259-278.
  20. Wagner E.H., James S.A., Beresford S.A.A., Strogatz D., Grimson R.C., Kleinbaum D.G., Williams C.A., Cutchin L.M., Ibrahim M.A.. "The Edgecombe County High Blood Pressure Control Program: I. Correlates of Uncontrolled Hypertension at Baseline." American Journal of Public Health 74 (1984): 237-242.
  21. James S.A., Wagner E.H., Strogatz D., Beresford S.A.A., Kleinbaum D.G., Williams C.A., Cutchin L.M., Ibrahim M.. "The Edgecombe County High Blood Pressure Control Program: II. Barriers to the Use of Medical Care." American Journal of Public Health 74 (1984): 468-472.
  22. Orr S.T., James S.A.. "Maternal Depression in an Urban Pediatric Practice." American Journal of Public Health 74 (1984): 363-365.
  23. S.A. James. "Coronary Heart Disease in Black Americans: Suggestions for Research on Psychosocial Factors." American Heart Journal (Supplement) 108 (1984): 833-838.
  24. S.A. James. "Socioeconomic Influences on CHD in Black Populations." American Heart Journal (Supplement) 108 (1984): 669-672.
  25. Orr S.T., Miller C.A., James S.A.. "Differences in Use of Health Services by Children According to Race: Relative Importance of Cultural and System-Related Factors." Medical Care 22 (1984): 848-853.
  26. James S.A., LaCroix A.Z., Kleinbaum D.G., Strogatz D.S.. "John Henryism and Blood Pressure Differences Among Black Men: II. The Role of Occupational Stressors." Journal of Behavioral Medicine 6 (1984): 257-273.
  27. Williams C.A., Beresford S.A.A., James S.A., LaCroix A.Z., Strogatz D.S., Wagner E.H., Kleinbaum D.G., Cutchin L.M., Ibrahim M.A.. "Social Support, Social Stressors and Treatment Dropout: The Edgecombe County High Blood Pressue Control Program." American Journal of Public Health 75 (1985): 483-486.
  28. Putnam S.M., Stiles W.B., Jacob M.C., James S.A.. "Patient Exposition and Physician Explanations in Initial Medical Interviews and Outcomes of Clinical Visits." Medical Care 23 (1985): 74-83.
  29. Strogatz D.S., James S.A., Elliott D., Ramsey D., Cutchin L.M., Ibrahim M.A.. "Community Coverage in a Rural, Church-Based, Hypertension Screening Program in Edgecombe County, North Carolina." American Journal of Public Health 75 (1985): 401-402.
  30. Kleinbaum D.G., Kupper L.L., Suen C.Y, James S.A.. "On Statistical Inferences About Covariate-Adjusted Proportions." Biostatistics: Statistics in Biomedical, Public Health and Environmental Sciences, The Bernard G. Greenberg Volume. Ed. P.K. Sen Elsevier Science Publishers B.C., North-Holland, 1985
  31. James SA. "Psychosocial and Environmental Factors in Black Hypertension." Hypertension in Blacks: Epidemiology Pathophysiology and Treatment. Ed. W.D. Hall, N.B. Shulman and E. Saunders Year book Medical Publishers, 1985: 132-143.
  32. Ballard D.J., Strogatz D.S., Wagner E.H., Siscovick D.S., James S.A., Kleinbaum D.G., Williams C.A, Cutchin L.M., Ibrahim M.A.. "The Edgecombe County High Blood Pressure Control Program: The Process of Medical Care and Blood Pressure Control." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 12 (1986): 278-284.
  33. Strogatz D.S, James S.A.. "Social Support and Hypertension Among Blacks and Whites in a Rural Southern Community." American Journal of Epidemiology 124 (1986): 949-956.
  34. Obrist P.A., Light K.C., James S.A., Strogatz D.S.. "Cardiovascular Reactivity to Stress: I. Measures of Myocardial Response and Relationships to Baseline Conditions and Parental Hypertension." Psychophysiology 24 (1987): 65-78.
  35. Light K.C., Obrist P.A., James S.A., Strogatz D.S.. "Cardiovascular Reactivity to Stress: I. Relationships to Aerobic Exercise Patterns." Psychophysiology 24 (1987): 79-86.
  36. Sisocvick D.S., Strogatz D.S., Wagner E.H., Ballard D.J., James S.A., Beresford S.A.A., Kleinbaum D.G., Cutchin L.M., Ibrahim M.A.. "Provider-Oriented Interventions and The Management of Hypertension." Medical Care 25 (1987): 254-258.
  37. S.A. James. "Psychosocial Precursors of Hypertensions: A Review of the Epidemiological Evidence." Circulation 76 ( Supple I) (1987): I-60-I-66.
  38. James S.A., Strogatz D.S., Wing S.B., Ramsey D.L.. "Socioeconomic Status, John Henryism, and Hypertension in Blacks and Whites." American Journal of Epidemiology 126 (1987): 664-673.
  39. Light K.C., Obrist P.A. Sherwood A., James S.A., Strogatz D.S.. "Effects of Race and Marginally Elevated Blood Pressure on Cariovascular Responses to Stress." Hypertension 10 (1987): 555-563.
  40. Putnam S.M., Stiles W.B., Jacob M.C., James S.A.. "Teaching the Medical Interview." Journal of General Internal Medicine 3 (1988): 38-47.
  41. Ballard D.J., Strogatz D.S., Wagner E.H., Siscovick D.S., James S.A., et al.. "Hypertension Control in Rural Southern Community: Medical Care Process and Dropping Out." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 4 (1988): 133-139.
  42. Duijkers T.J., Drijver M., Kromhout D., James S.A.. "John Henryism and Blood Pressure in a Dutch Population." Psychosomatic Medicine 50 (1988): 353-359.
  43. S.A. James. "Mortalidade Infantil e Sobrevida de Criancas na Bahia: uma reviao da literatura socia-epidemiologica." Revista Baiana de Saude Publica 16 (1989): 15-29.
  44. Orr S.T., James S.A., Burns B.J., Thompson B.. "Chronic Stressors and Maternal Depression: Implications for Prevention." American Journal of Public Health 79 (1989): 1295-1296.
  45. Orr S.T., James S.A., Charney E.. "A Social Environment Inventory for the Pediatric Office." Journal of Development and Behavioral Pediatrics 10 (1989): 287-291.
  46. Fredman L., Schoenbach V.J., Kaplan B.H., Blazer D.G., James S.A., et al.. "The Associatin Between Depressive Symptoms and Mortality Among Older Participants in the Epidemiologic Catchment Area-Piedmont Health Survey." Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 44 (1989): S149-S156.
  47. Homer C.J., James S.A., Siegel E.. "Work-related Psychosocial Stress and Risk of Pre-term, Low Birth Weight Delivery." American Journal of Public Health 80 (1990): 173-177.
  48. Strogatz D.S., James S.A., Keenan N.L., et al.. "Alcohol Consumption and Blood Pressure in Black Adults: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Epidemiology 133 (1991): 442-450.
  49. James S.A., Almeida N.M., Kaufman J.S.. "Hypertension in Brazil: A Review of the Epidemiologic Evidence." Ethnicity and Disease 1 (1991): 91-98.
  50. Adib S.M., Joseph J.G., Ostrow D.G., James S.A.. "Predictors of Relapse in Safer Sexual Practices Among Homosexual Men." Aids Education and Prevention 3 (1991): 293-304.
  51. Ainsworth B., Keenan N.L., James S.A. et al.. "Physical Activity and Hypertension in a Southern Black Popualtion: The Pitt County, North Carolina Study." American Journal of Public Health 81 (1991): 1477-1479.
  52. Gerber A.M., James S.A., Ammerman A.S., et al.. "Socioeconomic Status and Electrolyte Intake in Black Adults: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Public Health 81 (1991): 1608-1612.
  53. James S.A., Keenan N.L., Strogatz D.S., et al.. "Socioeconomic Status, John Henryism and Blood Pressure in Black Adults: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Epidemiology 135 (1992): 59-67.
  54. Keenan N.L., Strogatz D.S., James S.A., et al.. "Distribution and Correlates of Waist-to-Hip Ratio in Black Adults: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Epidemiology 135.6 (1992): 678-684.
  55. Croft J.B., Strogatz D.S., James S.A., et al.. "Socioeconomic and Behavioral Correlates of Body Mass Index in Black Adults: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Public Health 82.6 (1992): 821-826.
  56. Orr S.T., James S.A., Casper R.. "Psychosocial Stressors and Low Birth Weight: Development of a Questionnaire." Journal of Development and Behavioral Pediatrics 13 (1992): 343-347.
  57. James S.A., Keenan N.L., Browning S.. "Socioeconomic Status, Health Behaviors and Health Status Among Blacks." Aging, Health Behaviors and Health Outcomes. Ed. D. Blazer, J. House and W. Schaie Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, Hillsdale, NJ, 1992: 39-57.
  58. S.A. James. "Racial and Ethnic Differences in Infant Mortality and Low Birth Weight: A Psychosocial Critique." Annals of Epidemiology 3 (1993): 130-136.
  59. Croft J.B., Strogatz D.S., Keenan N.L., James S.A., et al.. "The Independent Effects of Obesity and Body Fat Distribution on Blood Pressure in Black Adults: The Pitt County Study." The International Journal of Obesity 17 (1993): 391-397.
  60. Lopes A.A.S., Port, F.K., James S.A., Agodoa L.. "The Excess Risk of Treated End-Stage Renal Disease in Blacks in the U.S.." Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 3 (1993): 1961-1971.
  61. S.A. James. "Foreward: Racial Differences in Preterm Delivery." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 9 (1993): v-vi.
  62. S.A. James. "The Narrative of John Henry Martin." Southern Cultures, Inaugural Issue (November, 1993): 83-106.
  63. Dargent-Molina P., James S.A., Strogatz D.S., Savitz, D.A.. "Association Between Maternal Education and Infant Diarrhea in Different Household and Community Environments of CEBU, Philippines." Social Science and Medicine 38.2 (1994): 343-350.
  64. S.A. James. "John Henryism and the Health of African-Americans." Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 18 (1994): 163-182. (Reprinted in La Veist TA. (ed). Race, Ethnicity, and Health, Jossey Bass, 2002)
  65. Lopes A.A.S., Hornbuckle K., James S.A., Port F.K.. "The Joint Effects of Race and Age on the Risk of End-Stage Renal Disease Attributed to Hypertension." American Journal of Kidney Diseases 24.4 (1994): 554-560.
  66. Matanoski GM, Nasca PC, Swanson GM, Vernon SW, Fontham E, Perry-Brown C, Ferguson JA, James SA, et al.. "Statement of Principles: Epidemiology and Minority Populations.." Annals of Epidemiology 5 (1995): 505-508.
  67. Gazmararian J.A., James S.A., Lepkowski J.M.. "Depression in Black and White Women: The Role of Marriage and Socioeconomic Status." Annals of Epidemiology 5 (1995): 455-463.
  68. Kaufman J.S., Owoaje E.E., James S.A., Rotomi C., Cooper R.S.. "The Determinants of Hypertension in West Africans: Contribution of Anthropometric and Dietary Factors to Urban-Rural and Socio-Economic Gradients." American Journal of Epidemiology 143.12 (1996): 1203-1318.
  69. Orr S.T., James S.A., Miller C.A., et al.. "Psychosocial Stressors and Low Birthweight in an Urban Population." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 12 (1996): 459-466.
  70. James SA. "The John Henryism Scale for Active Coping." Handbook of Tests and Measurements for Black Populations. Ed. R.L. Jones Cobb & Henry Publishers, Hampton, VA, 1996: 415-425.
  71. Strogatz D.S., Croft J.B., James S.A., Keenan N.L., Browning S.B., Garrett J.M.. "Social Support, Stress and Blood Pressure in Blacks: The Pitt County Study." Epidemiology 8.5 (1997): 482-487.
  72. Curtis A.B., James S.A., Raghunathan T.E., Alcser K.. "Job Strain and Hypertension Prevalence in African-Americans: The Pitt County (NC) Study." American Journal of Public Health 87 (1997): 1297-1302.
  73. Curtis A.B., James S.A., Strogatz D.S., Raghunathan T.E., Harlow S.. "Alcohol Consumption and Changes in Blood Pressure Among African Americans: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Epidemiology 146 (1997): 727-733.
  74. James S.A., Jamjourn L., Raghunathan T.E., Strogatz D.S., Furth E., Khazanie P.. "Physical Activity and Non-insulin-Dependent Diabetes in African Americans: The Pitt County Study." Diabetes Care 21.4 (1998): 555-562.
  75. Curtis A.B., Strogatz D.S., James S.A., Raghunathan T.E.. "The Contribution of Baseline Weight and Weight Gain to Blood Pressure Changes in African Americans: The Pitt County Study." Annals of Epidemiology 8 (1998): 497-503.
  76. S. James. "Primordial Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in African-Americans: A Social Epidemiological Perspective." Preventive Medicine 29 (1999): S84-S89.
  77. Sullivan A.D., Nyirenda T, Cullinan T., Taylor T, Harlow SD, James SA, Meshnick SR. "Malaria Infection During Pregnancy: Inrauterine Growth Retardation and Pre-term Delivery in Malawi." Journal of Infectious Diseases 179 (1999): 1580-1583.
  78. Schulz A, Williams D, Israel B., Becker A, Parker E, James J, Jackson J. "Unfair Treatment, Neighborhood Effects, and Mental Health in the Detroit Metropolitan Area." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 41 (2000): 314-332.
  79. Schulz A, Israel B., Williams DR, Parker E, Becker A, James SA. "Social Inequalities, Stressors and Self Reported Health Status among African American and White Women in the Detroit Metropolitan Area." Social Science and Medicine 51 (2000): 1639-1653.
  80. Orr ST, Blckmore-Prince C, James SA, Griffin JM, Raghunathan TE. "Race, Clinical Factors and Preterm Birth in a Low Income Urban Setting." Ethnicity & Disease 10.3 (2000): 411-417.
  81. Dallo FJ, James SA. "Acculturation and Blood Pressure in a Community-Based Sample of Chaldean-American Women." Journal of Immigrant Health 2 (2000): 145-153.
  82. James SA and Thomas P. "John Henryism and Blood Pressure in Black Populations: A Review of the Evidence." African American Research Prospectives 6.3 (2000): 1-10.
  83. Orr ST, Miller CA, James SA, Babones S. "Unintended Pregnancy and Preterm Birth." Journal of Pediatric and Prenatal Epidemiology 14 (2000): 309-313.
  84. Fisher MA, Eklund SA, James SA, Lin X. "Adverse Events Associated with Hepatitis B Vaccine in US Children < 6 Years Old, 1993 and 1994." Annals of Epidemiology 11 (2000): 13-21.
  85. Parker EA, Lichtenstein R, Schulz AJ, Israel BA, Schork MA, Steinman K, James SA. "Disentengling Measure of Individual Perceptions of Community Social Dynamics: Results from a Community Survey." Health Education & Behavior 28.4 (2001): 462-486.
  86. James SA, Schulz AJ, van Olphen J,. "Social Capital, Poverty, and Community Health: An Exploration of Linkages." Building Social Capital in Urban Communities. Ed. S. Saegert, P. Thompson, and M. Warren Sage Publications, 2001: 165-188.
  87. Moura VL, Warber SL, James SA. "CAM Providers' Messages to Conventional Medicine: A Qualitative Study." American Journal of Medical Quality 17.1 (2002): 10-14.
  88. Montgomery JP, Gillespie BW, Boulton ML, Wotring LL, Mokotoff ED, James SA. "Does Access to Health Care Impact Survival Time After Diagnosis of AIDS?." AIDS Patient Care and STDS 16.5 (2002): 223-231.
  89. Israel BA, Farquhar S, Schulz AJ, James SA, Parker EA. "The Relationship Between Social Support Stress and Health Among Women on Detroit's East Side." Health Education & Behavior 29.3 (2002): 342-360.
  90. Orr S, James SA, and Blackmore-Prince C.. "Maternal Prenatal Depressive Symptoms and Spontaneous Preterm Births among African American Women in Baltimore." American Journal of Epidemiology 9 (2002): 803-805.
  91. Lopes, AAL, Port FK, James SA, Silveria MA, Martinelli R, Brito E, Rocha H.. "Race and Glomenulonephrities in Patients with and without Hepatosplenic mansoni schistosomiasis." Clinical Nephrology 58 (2002): 333-6.
  92. Katz RV, Kegeles SS, Green BS, Kressin NR, James SA, Claudio C.. "The Tuskegee Legacy Project: History, Preliminary Scientific Findings and Unanticipated Societal Benefits." Dental Clinics of North America 47 (2003): 1-19.
  93. S. James. "The Moral Economy of US Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities." American Journal of Public Health 93 (2003): 189.
  94. Joseph MA, Harlow SD, Wei JT, Sarma AV, Dunn RL, Taylor JMG, James SA, Cooney KA, Koerr KM, Mortie JE, Schottenfield DS. "Risk Factors for Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in a Community-Based Population of African-American Men." American Journal of Epidemiology 157 (2003): 906-914.
  95. Lopes AA, James SA, Port FK, Ojo AO, Agodoa LY, Jamerson KA. "Meeting the Challenge to Improve Treatment of Hypertension in Black Americans." Journal of Clinical Hypertension 5.6 (December, 2003): 393-401.
  96. Almeida-Filho N., Lessa I., Magalhães L., Araújo MJ, Aquino E., Kawachi I, James SA. "Alcohol Drinking Patterns by Gender, Ethnicity, and Social Class in Bahia, Brazil." Revista Saude Publica 38 (2004): 45-54.
  97. Almeida-Filho N., Lessa I., Magalhães L., Araújo MJ, Aquino E., James SA, Kawachi I.. "Social inequality and depressive disorders in Bahia, Brazil: Interactions of gender, Ethnicity and social class." Social Science and Medicine 59 (2004): 1339-1353.
  98. Madison T., Schottenfeld D.A., James S.A., Schwartz A.G., Gruber S.B.. "Endometrial Cancer: Socioeconomic Status and Racial Differences in Stage at Diagnosis, Treatment, and Survival." American Journal of Public Health 94 (2004): 2104-11.
  99. Almeida-Filho N., Lessa I, Magalhães L., Araújo MJ, Aquino E., Kawachi I, James SA. "Social Inequality and Alcohol Consumption-Abuse in Bahia, Brazil: Interactions of Gender, Ethnicity, and Social Class." Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 40 (2005): 214-22.
  100. Zenk SN, Schulz AJ, Israel BA, James SA, Bao S., Wilson ML. "Neighborhood Racial Composition, Neighborhood Poverty, and Supermarket Accessibility in Metropolitan Detroit." American Journal of Public Health 95 (2005): 660-667.
  101. Two Feathers J., Kieffer EC, Guzman R., Palmisano G., Anderson M., Sinco B., James SA. "Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Detroit Partnership: Improving Diabetes-related Outcomes among African American and Latino Adults." American Journal of Public Health 95 (2005): 1552-1560.
  102. Schulz AJ, Kannan S., Dvonch JT, Israel BA, Allen A., James S., House J., Lepkowski J.. "Social and Physical Environments and Disparities in Risk for Cardiovascular Disease: The Healthy Environments Partnership Conceptual Model." Environmental Health Perspectives 113 (Summer, 2005): 1817-1825.
  103. Orr ST, James SA, Garry J., Newton E.. "Exercise Participation Before and During Pregnancy Among Low-Income, Urban Black Women: The Baltimore Preterm Birth Study." Ethnicity & Disease 16 (2006): 909-913.
  104. Orr ST, James SA, Garry J, Prince CB, Newton ER.. "Excercise and Pregnancy Outcome among Urban, Low Income Black Women.." Ethnicity & Disease 16 (2006): 933-937.
  105. Orr ST, Blazer DG, James SA. "Racial Disparities in Elevated Prenatal Depressive Symptoms Among Black and White Women in Eastern North Carolina." Annals of Epidemiology 16 (2006): 463-468.
  106. James SA, Fowler-Brown AG, Raghunathan TE, VanHoewyk J.. "Life-course Socioeconomic Position and Obesity in African American Women: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Public Health 96 (March, 2006).
  107. James SA, VanHoewyk J., Belli RF, Strogatz DS, Williams DR. "Life-course Socioeconomic Position and Risk for Hypertension in African American Men: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Public Health 96.5 (May, 2006): 812-817.
  108. Geronimus AT, Colen CG, Schochet T, Barer-Ingber L, James SA. "Urban-Rural Differences in Excess Mortality among High-Poverty Populations: Evidence from the Harlem Household Survey and the Pitt County, North Carolina Study of African American Health." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 17.3 (August, 2006): 532-558.
  109. Spencer MS, Kieffer E, Sinco BR, Palmisano G, Guzman JR, James SA, Graddy-Dansby G, Two-Feathers J, Heisler M. "Diabetes-Specific Emotional Distress among African Americans and Hispanics with Type 2 Diabetes." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 17 (September, 2006): 88-105.
  110. Katz RV, Kegeles SS, Kressin NR, Green L, Wang MQ, James SA et al.. "The Tuskegee Legacy Project: Willingness of Minorities to Participate in Biomedical Research." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 17.4 (November, 2006): 698-715.
  111. Colen CG, Geronimus AT, Bound J, James SA. "Facing the Realities of the American Dream: Upward Maternal Socioeconomic Mobility and Black-White Disparities in Infant Birth Weight." American Journal of Public Health 96 (November, 2006): 2032-2039.
  112. Zenk SN, Schulz AJ, Israel BA, James SA, Wilson ML, Bao S. "Fruit and Vegetable Access Differs by Community Racial Composition and Socioeconomic." Ethnicity & Disease 16 (Winter, 2006): 275-280.
  113. Belli RF, James SA, VanHoewy J, Alcser K. "The Implementation of a Computerized Event History Calendar Questionnaire for Research in Life Course Epidemiology, in RF Belli, FP Stafford, DF Alwin (Editors), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA; 2007: pp.318-340."  2007
  114. Bennett GG, Wolin KY, James SA. "Lifecourse socioeconomic position and weight change among Blacks: The Pitt County Study." Obesity 15.1 (January, 2007): 172-181.
  115. Lucove JC, Kaufman JS, James SA. "Adult and Childhood Socio-economic Status and Metabolic Syndrome among African Americans: the Pitt County Study." American Journal of Public Health 97 (February, 2007): 234-236.
  116. Haratatos J, Mahalingam R, James SA. "John Henryism, Self-Reported Physical Health Indicators, and the Mediating Role of Perceived Stress among High Socioeconomic Status Asian Immigrants." Social Science & Medicine 64 (February, 2007): 1192-1203.
  117. Two Feathers J, Kieffer EC, Palmisano G, Anderson M, Janz N, Spencer M, Guzman R,. "Development, Implementation and Process Evaluation of the Reach Detroit Partnership’s." The Diabetes Educator 33 (June, 2007): 509-520.
  118. Orr ST, Blazer DG, James SA, Reiter JP. "Depressive Symptoms and Indicators of Maternal Health Status During Pregnancy." Journal of Women's Health 16.4 (June, 2007): 535-542.
  119. Orr ST, Reiter J, Blazer DG, James SA.. "Maternal Prenatal Pregnancy-Related Anxiety and Spontaneous Preterm Births in Baltimore, MD." Psychosomatic Medicine 69 (July, 2007): 566-570.
  120. Kaufman JS, Geronimus AT, James SA. "RE: Racial disparity in the frequency of recurrence of preterm birth [Letter]. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology." American Journal of Obstretrics & Gynecology (September, 2007): 329.
  121. Orr ST, James SA, Reiter J. "Unintended Pregnancy and Prenatal Behaviors Among Urban, Black Women in Baltimore, MD." Annals of Epidemiology 18 (2008): 545-551.
  122. Katz RV, Green BL, Kressin NR, Kegeles SS, Wang MQ, James SA, Russell SL, Claudio C, McCallum J. "The Legacy of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: Its impact on Willingness to Participate in Biomedical Studies." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 19 (2008): 1169-1181.
  123. Roberts, C. B., Vines, A. I., Kaufman, J. S., James, S. A.. "Cross-Sectional Association between Perceived Discrimination and Hypertension in African-American Men and Women: The Pitt County Study." American Journal of Epidemiology 167.5 (March, 2008): 624-632.
  124. Katz RV, Kegeles SS, Kressin NR, James SA et al. "Awareness of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and the US Presidential Apology and Their Influence on Minority Participation in Biomedical Research." American Journal of Public Health 98 (June, 2008): 1137-1142.
  125. Katz RV, Green BL, PhD, Kressin NR, James SA, Claudio C, Wang MQ, Russell SL. "Exploring the ‘Legacy’ of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: A follow-up study from the Tuskegee Legacy Project." Journal of the National Medical Association 101.2 (2009): 179-183.
  126. Fowler-Brown A, Bennett G, Goodman M, Wee C, Corbie-Smith G, James SA.. "Psychosocial Stress and 13 year Changes in Body Mass Index in Blacks: The Pitt County Study." Obesity (Summer, 2009): 1-4.
  127. James SA. "Epidemiologic Research on Health Disparities: Some Thoughts on History and Current Developments." Epidemiologic Reviews 31 (Winter, 2009): 1-6.
  128. Maty SC, James SA, Kaplan GA. "Association between childhood and adult socioeconomic position and the 34-Year incidence (1965-1999) of type 2 diabetes mellitus by racial classification in the Alameda County Study." American Journal of Public Health 100.1 (January, 2010): 137-145.
  129. Lopes GB, Matos CM, Leite EB, Martins MT, Martins MS, da Silva LF, James SA Lopes AA. "Depression as a Potential Explanation for Gender Differences in Health-related Quality of Life among Patients on Maintenance Hemodialysis." Nephron Clinical Practice 115.DOI:10.1159/000286348 (February 19, 2010): c-35-c40.
  130. Stanton MV, Jonassaint CR, Williams RB, James SA. "Socioeconomic Status Moderates the Association between John Henryism and NEO-PI-R Personality Domains." Psychosomatic Medicine 72 (Spring, 2010): 141-147.
  131. Krieger N, Alegria M, Almeida-Filho N, da Silva JB et al. "Who, and what, causes health inequities? Reflections on emerging debates from an." Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health Published Online First: 27 June 2010 doi (June 27, 2010).  [author's comments]
  132. Miranda ML, Swamy GK, Edwards S, Maxson P, Gelfand A, James SA. "Disparities in Maternal Hypertension and Pregnancy Outcomes: Evidence from North Carolina, 1994-2003." Public Health Reports 125.4 (July, 2010): 579-587.
  133. Roberts CB, Couper D, Chang P, James SA, Rosamond W, Heiss G. "Influence of Lifecourse Socioeconomic Position on Incident Heart Failure Heart Failure in Blacks and Whites: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study." American Journal of Epidemiology 172.6 (August 8, 2010): 717-727.
  134. Swamy GK, Edwards S, Gelfand A, James SA, Miranda ML. "Maternal Age, Birth Order, and Race: Differential Effects on Birthweight." Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health E-Publication ahead of print (November 15, 2010).
  135. Robinson SA, Boone WA, James SA, Silberberg M, and Small G. "“How do you engage a community when there are cultural, educational, or socioeconomic differences within the community as well as between the community and the researchers?” Section 2c of “Challenges in Improving Community Engaged Research,." . Principles of Community Engagement, 2nd edition. Washington, DC: National Institutes of Health, 2011 (in press - #11-7782).. 2011
  136. Silberberg M, James SA, Hart-Brothers, E, Robinson SA, and Elliott-Bynum S. "How do you launch a major community-engaged research study with a brand-new partnership that brings together diverse entities and individuals?”." Principles of Community Engagement, 2nd edition. Washington, DC: National Institutes of Health, 2011 (in press - #11-7782).. 2011
  137. Orr ST, Reiter JP, James SA, Orr CA. "Maternal Health Prior to Pregnancy and Preterm Birth among Urban, Low Income Black Women in Baltimore: The Baltimore Preterm Birth Study." Ethnicity & Disease 22.1 (2011): 85-89.
  138. Anthopolos R, James SA, Gelfand AE, Miranda ML. "A Spatial Measure of Neighborhood Level Racial Isolation Applied to Low Birthweight, Preterm Birth, and Birthweight in North Carolina." Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 2.4 (December, 2011): 235-246.
  139. Sims M, Diez-Roux A, Dudley A, Gebreab S, Wyatt SB, Bruce M, James SA et al. "Perceived Discrimination and Hypertension among African Americans in the Jackson Heart Study." American Journal of Public Health 102 (Spring, 2012): S258-S265.
  140. Orr ST, Orr CA, James SA, Blazer DG. "Life Satisfaction and Preterm Birth among Urban, Black Women: Findings from the Baltimore Preterm Birth Study." Annals of Epidemiology 22 (Fall, 2012): 759-763.
  141. Abdelrahim S, James SA, Yamout R, Baker, W. "Discrimination and Psychological Distress: Does Whiteness Matter for Arab Americans?." Social Science & Medicine 75 (Fall, 2012): 2116-2123.
  142. Barrington D, James SA, Williams DR. "Socioeconomic Correlates of Obesity in African American and Black-Caribbean Men and Women."   (Summer, 2013).
  143. Gebreab SY, Diez Roux AV, Brenner A, Hickson D, James SA, Sims M, Subramanyam M, Taylor HA, Wyatt SB. "The Impact of Lifecourse Socioeconomic Position on Incidence of Cardiovascular Disease in African Americans: The Jackson Heart Study."   (Fall, 2013).
  144. Chor D, Andreozzi V, Mendes da Fonseca M, Oliveira Cardoso L, Faerstein E, Souza Lopes C, James SA. "Social inequalities in BMI Trajectories: 8 year follow-up of the Pró-Saúde Study in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil."   (Fall, 2013).
  145. Subramanyam MA, James SA, Diez-Roux AV, Hickson DA, Sarpong D, Sims M, Taylor HA, Wyatt SB. "Socioeconomic status, John Henrysim and blood pressure among African-Americans in the Jackson Heart Study." Social Science & Medicine 93 (Fall, 2013): 139-146.
  146. He W, James SA, Merli G, Zheng H.. "Increasing Socioeconomic Inequality in Child Overweight/Obesity in China." American Journal of Public Health 104.1 (January, 2014): e14-e22.
  147. Silva LF, Lopes GB, Cunha TO, Protásio BM, Pisoni RL, James SA, Lopes AA. "Coping With Fluid Restriction and the QUality of Life in Hemodialysis Patients with Low or No Urine Output." The International Journal of Artificial Organs  (Spring, 2014).

Jentleson, Bruce W.

  1. B.W. Jentleson. Pipeline Politics: The Complex Political Economy of East-West Energy Trade. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1986.
  2. B.W. Jentleson. Foreign Military Intervention: The Dynamics of Protracted Conflict. Edited by editor and contributor with Ariel Levite and Larry Berman. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992. (paperback edition, 1994.)
  3. B.W. Jentleson. With Friends Like These: Reagan, Bush and Saddam, 1982-1990. New York: W.W. Norton and Co., 1994.
  4.  Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations, four volumes. Edited by Bruce W. Jentleson and Thomas G. Paterson. Oxford University Press and Council on Foreign Relations, 1997.
  5.  Opportunities Missed, Opportunities Seized: Diplomacy in the Post-Cold War World. Edited by B.W. Jentleson, editor and contributor. Rowman and Littlefield and Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, 1999.
  6. B.W. Jentleson. Perspectives on American Foreign Policy: Readings and Cases. New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 2000.
  7. B.W. Jentleson. "Tough Love Multilateralism." The Washington Quarterly 27 (Winter, 2003-04).
  8. B.W. Jentleson. "Who 'Won' Libya? The Force-Diplomacy Debate and Its Implications for Theory and Policy." International Security (Winter, 2005-06). (with Christopher A. Whytock)
  9. B.W. Jentleson. ""A Responsibility to Protect: The Defining Challenge for Global Community"." Harvard International Review Winter 2007 (2006).
  10. B.W. Jentleson. Sanctions Against Iran: Key Issues. Century Foundation Report. Century Foundation, forthcoming.
  11. B.W. Jentleson. "Yet Again: Humanitarian Intervention and the Challenges of 'Never Again'." Leashing the Dogs of War: Conflict Management in a Divided World. Ed. Chester Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson, Pamela Aall U. S. Institute of Peace Press, 2006
  12. B.W. Jentleson. Coercive Diplomacy: Scope and Limits in the Contemporary World. Policy Analysis Briefs The Stanley Foundation, December, 2006.
  13. B.W. Jentleson. "“Force and Legitimacy: Terrorism Scenarios”." Force and Legitimacy in the Evolving International System. Ed. Ivo H. Daalder Brookings Institution Press, 2007
  14. B.W. Jentleson. "America's Global Role After Bush." Survival (Autumn, 2007).
  15. B.W. Jentleson and Steven Weber. "America's Hard Sell." Foreign Policy 169 (November/December 2008). (cover story)
  16. B.W. Jentleson. Strategic Leadership: Framework for a 21st Century National Secuirty Strategy. Phoenix Initiative, July, 2008. (principal co-author) [PhoenixInitiative]
  17. B.W. Jentleson. "Coercive Diplomacy: Scope and Limits, Theory and Policy." The Routledge Companion to Security Studies. Ed. Victor Mauer and Myriam Dunn Cavelty 2009
  18. B.W. Jentleson. "Policy Planning: An Integrative Executive Branch Strategy." Avoiding Trivia: The Role of Strategic Planning in American Foreign Policy. Ed. Daniel W. Drezner Brookings Institution Press, 2009
  19. B.W. Jentleson. "The Atlantic Alliance in a Post-America World." Journal of Trans-Atlantic Studies (March, 2009).
  20. B.W. Jentleson and Steven Weber. The End of Arrogance: America in the Global Competition of Ideas. Harvard University Press, 2010.
  21. B.W. Jentleson. American Foreign Policy: The Dynamics of Choice in the 21st Century.4th edition W.W. Norton, 2010.
  22. B.W. Jentleson. "Effective Multilateralism: US Perspectives." Effective Multilateralism: Through the Looking Glass of East Asia. Ed. Jochen Prantl, Palgrave MacMillan, forthcoming
  23. B.W. Jentleson. "The Bi-Sectoralists." (2011-). Monthly column in Huffington Post, co-authored with Jay Pelosky.
  24. B.W. Jentleson. "Normative Future: A U.S. Perspective." Transatlantic 2020: A Tale of Four Futures (2011).
  25. B.W. Jentleson and Ely Ratner. "Bridging the Beltway-Ivory Tower Gap." International Studies Review (March, 2011).
  26. B.W. Jentleson. "Metternich of Arabia." National Interest Online (June 29, 2011). [metternich-arabia-5543]
  27. B.W. Jentleson. "The Remaking of the Middle East." Duke Magazine (Summer, 2011).
  28. B.W. Jentleson. "Beware the Duck Test." Washington Quarterly (Summer, 2011).
  29. B.W. Jentleson. "The Obama Administration and R2P: Progress, Problems and Prospects." Global Responsibility to Protect Winter 2012-13 (2012).
  30. B.W. Jentleson. Theories of International Relations and Zombies, Daniel Drezner.  Perspectives on Politics March 2012 (2012).
  31. B.W. Jentleson. How We Fight: Crusades, Quagmires and the American Way of War, Dominic Tierney.  H-DIPLO/ISSF, Vol. III, No. 9 (March 2012) (2012).
  32. B.W. Jentleson, A. Exum et al. Strategic Adaptation: Towards a New U.S. Strategy in the Middle East.June 2012 Center for a New American Security (CNAS), 2012.
  33. B.W. Jentleson. "Global Governance in a Copernican World." Global Governance 17 (Summer 2012).
  34. B.W. Jentleson. "Accepting Limits: How to Adapt to a Copernican World." Democracy: A Journal of Ideas (Winter, 2012).
  35. B.W. Jentleson. American Foreign Policy: The Dynamics of Choice in the 21st Century. New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 5th edition forthcoming  2013.

Jeuland, Marc A.

  1. M. Strauss; W. Barreiro; M. Steiner; A. Mensah; M. Jeuland; S. Bolomey; A. Montangero; D. Koné. "Urban Excreta Management – Situation, Challenges and Promising Solutions." Asian Water Quality (2003).
  2. M.A. Jeuland. "Feasibility study for a fecal sludge treatment project."  GIE Sema Saniya, 2003
  3. M. Jeuland; D. Koné; M. Strauss. "Private Sector Management of Fecal Sludge: A Model for the Future? Focus on an innovative planning experience in Bamako, Mali."  EAWAG/SANDEC, 2004
  4. M. Lucas; M. Jeuland; J. Deen; N. Lizaro; M. McMahon; A. Nyamete; A. Barreto; L. von Seidlein; A. Cumbane; F. Songane; D. Whittington. "Private Demand for Cholera Vaccines in Beira, Mozambique." Vaccine 25.14 (2007): 2599-2609.
  5. J. Davis; H. Lukacs; M. Jeuland; A. Alvestegui; B. Soto; G. Lizarraga; A. Bakalian. "Sustaining the benefits of rural water supply investments: Experience from Cochabamba and Chuquisaca, Bolivia." Water Resources Research 44 (2008). (doi:10.1029/2007WR006550)
  6. J. Cook; M. Jeuland; B. Maskery; D. Lauria; D. Sur; J. Clemens; D. Whittington. "Using private demand studies to calculate socially optimal vaccine subsidies in developing countries." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 28.1 (2008): 6-28.
  7. J. Cook; M. Jeuland; D. Whittington; C. Poulos; J. Clemens; D. Sur; D.D. Anh; M. Agtini; Z. Bhutta; DOMI Typhoid Economics Study Group. "The cost-effectiveness of typhoid Vi vaccination programs: Calculations for four urban sites in four Asian countries." Vaccine 26.50 (2008): 6305-6316.
  8. M. Jeuland; M. Lucas; J. Clemens; D. Whittington. "Estimating the private benefits of vaccination against cholera in Beira, Mozambique: a travel cost approach." Journal of Development Economics 91 (2009): 310-322.
  9. M. Jeuland; J. Cook; J. Clemens; C. Poulos; D. Whittington; DOMI Cholera Economics Study Group. "Incorporating herd protection into cost-effectiveness calculations of new generation oral cholera vaccines: a multi-site analysis." Value in Health 12.6 (2009): 899-908.
  10. M. Jeuland; M. Lucas; J. Clemens; D. Whittington. "A Cost Benefit Analysis of Vaccination Programs in Beira, Mozambique." World Bank Economic Review 23.2 (2009): 235-267.
  11. D. Whittington; W.M. Hanemann; C. Sadoff; M. Jeuland. "The Challenge of Improving Water and Sanitation Services in Less Developed Countries." Foundations and Trends in Microeconomics 4.6 (2009): 469-607.
  12. M. Jeuland; D. Whittington. "Cost-benefit comparisons of investments in improved water supply and cholera vaccination programs." Vaccine 27.23 (2009): 3109-3120.
  13. E. Soliman; M.A. Aty Sayed, M. Jeuland. "Impact Assessment of Future Climate Change for the Blue Nile Basin, Using a RCM Nested in a GCM." Nile Water Science and Engineering Magazine 2 (2009): 15-30.
  14. D. Whittington; W.M. Hanemann; C. Sadoff; M. Jeuland. "Sanitation and Water." Global Crises, Global Solutions. Ed. B. Lomborg 2nd EditionCambridge University Press, 2009
  15. C. Kfouri; P. Mantovani; M. Jeuland. "Water Reuse in the MNA Region: Constraints, Experiences, and Policy Recommendations." Water in the Arab World: Management Perspectives and Innovations. Ed. N. Jagannathan, A. S. Mohamed, A. Kremer The World Bank, 2009
  16. Akanbang, B.; A. Alvestegui; …; M. Jeuland et al.. "Post-Construction Support and Sustainability in Community-Managed Rural Water Supply: Case Studies in Peru, Bolivia, and Ghana."  Ed. A. Bakalian; W. Wakeman World Bank, 2009
  17. C. Poulos; A. Riewpaiboon; J. Stewart; A. Nyamete; S. Guh; J. Clemens; S. Chatterjee; R. Malik; S. Islam; A. Macuamule; B. Maskery; J. Cook; D. Kim; D. Lauria; M. Jeuland; D. Whittington. "Costs of Illness Due to Endemic Cholera."  International Vaccine Institute2009
  18. C. Poulos; A. Riewpaiboon; J. Stewart; A. Nyamete; S. Guh; J. Clemens; S. K. Bhattacharya; R. Malik; G. Yanning; Z. Bhhutta; T. B. Yen; B. Maskery; J. Cook; D. Kim; D. Lauria; M. Jeuland; D. Whittington. "Costs of Illness Due to Typhoid Fever in Study Sites in Five Asian Countries."  International Vaccine Institute2009
  19. M.A. Jeuland. "Economic implications of climate change for infrastructure planning in transboundary water systems: an example from the Blue Nile." Water Resources Research 46.W11556 (2010). (doi:10.1029/2010WR009428)
  20. M.A. Jeuland. "Social discounting of large dams with climate change uncertainty." Water Alternatives Special Issue on the World Commission on Dams 3.2 (2010): 185-206.
  21. M. Jeuland; J. Cook; C. Poulos; J. Clemens; B. Maskery; D. Lauria; J. Stewart; M. Lucas; D. Whittington. "Incorporating Cholera Vaccine Herd Protection into Economic Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness Models." Procedia in Vaccinology (2010).
  22. J. Cook; M. Jeuland; B. Maskery; D. Whittington. "Giving stated preference respondents "time to think": Results from four countries." Environmental and Resource Economics (2011).
  23. T. Rango, J. Kravchenko, A. Vengosh, P. McCornick, B. Atlaw, M. Jeuland, B. Merola. "Groundwater quality and its health impact: an assessment of dental fluorosis in rural inhabitants of the Main Ethiopian Rift." Environment International (2012).
  24. M. Jeuland, S. Pattanayak. "Benefits and costs of improved cookstoves: Assessing the implications of variability in health, forest and climate impacts." PLOS One 7.2 (2012): e30338. (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030338)  [abs]
  25. D. Whittington; M. Jeuland; K. Barker; Y. Yuen. "Setting Priorities and, Targeting Subsidies among Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Preventative Health Interventions in Developing Countries." World Development (Forthcoming) (2012).
  26. M. Jeuland. "Creating incentives for more effective wastewater reuse in the Middle East and North Africa." Environmental Incentives and Regulation. Ed. H. Abou-Ali Edward-Elgar Press, 2012
  27. Hamoudi, A, M. Jeuland, S. Lombardo, S.R. Patil, S.K. Pattanayak, and S. Rai. "Household responses to water quality testing in rural India: Evidence from a randomized experiment." American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87 (2012): 18-22. (doi:10.4269/ajtmh.2012.12-0051)
  28. Sadoff, C., N. R. Harshadeep, D. Blackmore, X. Wu, A. O'Donnell, M. Jeuland, S. Lee and D. Whittington. "Ten fundamental questions for water resources development in the Ganges: myths and realities." Water Policy (2013). [doi]
  29. Wu, X., M. Jeuland, D. Whittington, C. Sadoff. "Interdependence in water resource development in the Ganges: an economic analysis." Water Policy (2013). (doi:10.2166/wp.2013.003)  [abs]
  30. M. Jeuland; D. Whittington. "Water Resources Planning under Climate Change: Assessing the Robustness of Real Options for the Blue Nile."   (2013).
  31. Orgill, J.; M. Jeuland; A. Shaheed; J. Brown. "Water quality perceptions and willingness to pay for clean water in peri-urban communities in Cambodia." Journal of Water & Health (In press) (2013). [doi]  [abs]
  32. Jeuland, M., N. Harshadeep; J. Escurra; D. Blackmore; C. Sadoff. "Implications of climate change for water resources development in the Ganges basin." Water Policy (In press) (2013). [doi]  [abs]
  33. Shaheed, A.; J. Orgill; M. Montgomery; M. Jeuland; J. Brown. "Why “improved” water sources are not always safe.." Bulletin of the World Health Organization (Accepted) (2013).
  34. Shaheed, A.; J. Orgill; M. Montgomery; M. Jeuland; R. Chai, J. Brown. "Water quality risks to “improved” water sources: evidence from Cambodia." Tropical Medicine and International Health (In press) (2013).  [abs]
  35. Jeuland, M.; S. Ozdemir; D. Fuente; M. Allaire; D. Whittington. "The long-term dynamics of health benefits from improved water and sanitation in developing countries." PLoS One 8.10 (2013): e74804. [doi]  [abs]
  36. Jeuland, M.; S. Ozdemir; D. Fuente; M. Allaire; D. Whittington. "Economic Losses from Poor Water and Sanitation: Past, Present, and Future." How Much have Global Problems Cost the World?: A Scorecard from 1900 to 2050. Ed. Lomborg, B. Cambridge University Press, 2013
  37. Krauchanka, J.; T. Rango; I. Akushevich; B. Atlaw; P.G. McCornick; B.R. Merola; C. Paul; E. Weinthal; A. Vengosh; M. Jeuland. "The effect of non-fluoride factors on risk of dental fluorosis: Evidence from rural populations of the Main Ethiopian Rift."   (2013).
  38. Rango, T.; A. Vengosh; M. Jeuland. "Long-term exposure to Fluoride in Groundwater, Urinary Fluoride Excretion and Children’s Dental Health in Ethiopia."   (2013).
  39. Bhojvaid, V.; M. Jeuland, A. Kar; J. Lewis; S. Pattanayak; N. Ramanathan; V. Ramanathan; I. Rehman. "How do people in rural India perceive improved stoves and clean fuel? Evidence from Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand."   (2013).
  40. Lacombe, G.; S. Douangsavanh, J. Baker, C.T. Hoanh, R. Bartlett, M. Jeuland; C. Phongpachith. "Hydropower and irrigation in the Nam Ngum sub-basin of the Mekong River: An example of complimentary developments."   (2013).
  41. Jeuland, M.; V Bhojvaid; A Kar; J. Lewis; O. Patange; S. Pattanayak; N Ramanathan; I. Rehman; J. Tan Soo; V. Ramanathan. "Preferences for improved cookstoves: Evidence from rural villages in north India."   (2013).

Johnson, Tana L

  1. Tana Johnson with Valentina Calderon et al. "Poverty Alleviation and Income Inequality in Brazil." Chicago Policy Review (Spring 2007).
  2. Tana Johnson with William Howell. "War's Contributions to Presidential Power." Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency. Oxford University Press, 2009
  3. Tana Johnson. "Guilt by Association: The Link between States' Influence and the Legitimacy of Intergovernmental Organizations." Review of International Organizations 6.1 (2011): 57-84. [available here]  [abs]
  4. Tana Johnson and Johannes Urpelainen. "A Strategic Theory of Regime Integration and Separation." International Organization 66.4 (2012): 645-677. [repo_A878wVd3]  [abs]
  5. Tana Johnson. "Institutional Design and Bureaucrats' Impact on Political Control." Journal of Politics 75.1 (2013): 183-197.  [abs]
  6. Tana Johnson. "Looking beyond States: Openings for International Bureaucrats to Enter the Institutional Design Process." Review of International Organizations 8.4 (2013): 499-519.  [abs]
  7. Tana Johnson and Johannes Urpelainen. "International Bureaucrats and the Formation of Intergovernmental Organizations: Institutional Design Discretion Sweetens the Pot." International Organization 68.1 (2014): 177-209. [repo_A918yg2m]  [abs]

Joseph, James A.

  1. J.A. Joseph. "Has Black Religion Lost Its Soul." The Black Seventies. Porter Sargent Publishers, 1970
  2. J.A. Joseph. "Corporate Philanthropy and Community Development." Journal of Contemporary Business (Spring, 1974).
  3. J.A. Joseph. "The Black Church as a Transnational Community." published in Dutch in Om Het Zwart Te Zeggen. Ed. Alan Boesak Uitgeversmaatschappij, J.H. Kampen, 1975
  4. J.A. Joseph, Cortez, Green and Ginsberg. Three Perspectives on Ethnicity. Putnam Press, 1976.
  5. J.A. Joseph. "Passion of the Patriot." Yale Alumni Journal (1976).
  6. J.A. Joseph. "Moral Man and Amoral Cities." The Journal of Religious Thought (Fall, 1977).
  7. J.A. Joseph. "Corporate Philanthropy." Handbook for Corporate Directors. McGraw Hill, 1986
  8. J.A. Joseph. The Charitable Impulse. The Foundation Center, 1989.
  9. J.A. Joseph. "The Genesis of Community." Vital Speeches of the Day (October, 1990).
  10. J.A. Joseph. "Leadership for America's Third Century." Phi Kappa Phi Journal (Winter, 1991).
  11. J.A. Joseph. Remaking America. Jossey Bass, 1995.
  12. J.A. Joseph. "Private Philanthropy and Public Policy: Setting the Research Agenda." Think Tanks in a Democratic Society: An Alternative Voice. Urban Institute, 1996
  13. J.A. Joseph. "Philanthropy and the Mid South: The Changing Civic Culture." a monograph for the Foundation for the Mid South, Jackson, Mississippi (2000).
  14. J.A. Joseph. "Public Values in an Interdependent World: The Changing Mandate for Higher Education." Liberal Education, the Journal of the Association of American Colleges (2002).
  15. J.A. Joseph. "The Soul of Goodness." Faith and Philanthropy. National Center for Family Philanthropy, Washington, D.C., 2002
  16. J.A. Joseph. "Leadership as a Way of Being." in Occasional Paper Series, NCCJ, N.Y., N.Y.. (2003).
  17. J.A. Joseph. "Wealth and Charity: How We Give Matters." The Living Pulpit. (April-June 2003).
  18. J.A. Joseph. "The Gift of Hope." News & Observer. (September 14, 2003). A reprint of Joseph's Congressional Testimony in support of full funding for the Corporation for National Service in News & Observer's "Listening Post," Issues and Ideas Under Discussion
  19. J.A. Joseph. "Soft Power in a Hardened World." Convergence 4.2 (2003).
  20. J.A. Joseph. "Promoting Peace and Diplomacy." Nelson Mandela: From Freedom to the Future. Jonathan Ball Publishers, 2003
  21. J.A. Joseph. Ethics Matter: From Private Virtue to Public Values.  near completion.

Kelley, Judith

  1. J. Kelley. Ethnic Politics in Europe: The Power of Norms and Incentives. 2004. Princeton University Press, 2006 Paperback version. [online]  [abs]
  2. J. Kelley. "Does Domestic Politics Limit the Influence of External Actors on Domestic Politics?." Human Rights Review 5.3 (2004): 34-54. (April-June 2003) [available here]  [abs]
  3. J. Kelley. "Big Stick Diplomacy Ill Serves our Cause." The News and Observer December 4 (2004).
  4. J. Kelley. "Transatlantic Tensions: Opportunities for Learning." European Union Studies Association Review 17.2 (Spring, 2004): 9-10.
  5. J. Kelley. ""Transatlantic Tensions: Opportunities for Learning." European Union Studies Association Review." 17.2 (Spring, 2004): 9-10.
  6. J. Kelley. "International Actors on the Domestic Scene: Membership Conditionality and Socialization by International Institutions." International Organization 58.3 (Summer, 2004): 425-457. (Reprinted in Martin, Lisa, Editor. Global Governance, Ashgate 2008) [displayIssue]  [abs]
  7. J. Kelley. ""Big Stick Diplomacy III Serves our Course." Commentary. The News and Observer." (December 4, 2004).
  8. J. Kelley. "Strategic non-cooperation as soft balancing: Why Iraq was not just about Iraq." International Politics 42.2 (2005): 153-173.  [abs]
  9. J. Kelley. ""The Transatlantic Alliance." Symposium on The Future of European and Transatlantic Security Cooperation.." Young Europeans for Security. (March, 2005). Contribution along with Secretary-General of the Council of the EU & High Representative for the CFSP Javier Solana and Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, among others). [dk]
  10. J. Kelley. ""The Transatlantic Alliance." Symposium on The Future of European and Transatlantic Security Cooperation. (Contribution along with Secretary-General of the Council of the EU & High Representative for the CFSP Javier Solana and Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, among others).." Young Europeans for Security, March 2005. (March, 2005). [available here]
  11. J. Kelley. Book review: "Procedural Politics" Issues, Influence, and Institutionalist Choice in the European Union by Joseph Jupille.  Political Science Quarterly 120.2 (Summer, 2005): 332-333.
  12. J. Kelley. "New Wine in Old Wineskins: Policy Learning and Adaption in The new European Neighborhood Policy." Journal of Common Market Studies 44.1 (2006): 29-55. [online]  [abs]
  13. J. Kelley. "Letters to the editor." Financial Times, US edition (2006).
  14. J. Kelley. "Who Keeps International Commitments and Why? The International Criminal Court and Bilateral Non-surrender Agreements." American Political Science Review 101.3 (August, 2007): 573-589. [displayIssue]  [abs]
  15. J. Kelley. "Letter to the editor: Financial Times." US Edition, (2008).
  16. J. Kelley. "Assessing the complex evolution of norms: the rise of international election monitoring." International Organization 62.2 (Spring, 2008): 221-255. [displayAbstract]  [abs]
  17. J. Kelley and C. Bradley. "The Concept of International Delegation. 2008." Law and Contemporary Problems 71.1 (Winter, 2008): 1-39.  [abs]
  18. J. Kelley. "The More the Merrier? The Effects of Having Multiple International Election Monitoring Organizations.2008." Perspectives on Politics 7 (2009): 59-64. [displayAbstract]  [abs]
  19. J. Kelley. "D-Minus Elections: The Politics and Norms of International Election Observation." International Organization 63.4 (Fall, 2009): 765 - 787.
  20. J. Kelley. "The Role of Membership Rules in Regional Organizations." ADB Working Paper Series on Regional Economic Integration No. 53 (June 2010). [pdf]  [abs]
  21. J. Kelley. Book Review: Lee Feinstein and Tod Lindberg, Means to an End: US Interests in the International Criminal Court Brookings, 2009.  Human Rights Review 2011.12 (Online first, February, 2010): 137-138.
  22. J. Kelley. "Election Observers and Their Biases." Journal of Democracy 21.July (July, 2010): 158-172. [SearchResults.aspx]  [abs]
  23. J. Kelley. Book review The Pseudo-Democrat's Dilemma: Why Election Observation Became an International Norm. By Susan Hyde. (Cornell University Press, 2011.  Journal of Politics (forthcoming).
  24. with Susan Hyde. "The Limits of Election Monitoring: What Independent Observation Can (and Can’t) Do." Foreign Affairs (June 29, 2011). [the-limits-of-election-monitoring]
  25. J. Kelley. "Do International Election Monitors Increase or Decrease Opposition Boycotts?." Comparative Political Studies 44.11 (November, 2011): 1527-1556. [0010414011399885.abstract]  [abs]
  26. J. Kelley. Book Review: Lee Feinstein and Tod Lindberg, Means to an End: US Interests in the International Criminal Court Brookings, 2009.  Human Rights Review 2011.12 (December, 2011): 137-138.
  27. J. Kelley. "Data on International Election Monitoring: Three Global Datasets on Election Quality, Election Events and International Election Observation.." [Computer file]. ICPSR31461-v1. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor] (December 1, 2011). doi:10.3886/ICPSR31461.v1  [abs]
  28. J. Kelley. "Election Monitoring: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly." International Institute for Electoral Democracy (December, 2011).
  29. J. Kelley. Monitoring Democracy: When International Election Observation Works and Why it Often Fails. Princeton University Press, 2012.  [abs]
  30. J. Kelley. "Putin 'victory' rests on narrow definition of fraud, Letter to the Editor." Financial Times (March 8, 2012).
  31. J. Kelley. "Commentator." Voice of Russia (October 25, 2012). Election observers in the upcoming US election
  32. J. Kelley. "Interviewee." Radio - New Zealand's Sunday Morning program (August, 2012). Election monitoring
  33. J. Kelley. "Election Monitoring: Power, Limits, Risks. A Markets and Democracy Brief." Council on Foreign Relations (March, 2012).
  34. Judith Kelley and Jon Pevehouse. "An Opportunity Cost Theory of Treaty Ratification." International Studies Quarterly (forthcoming).  [abs]
  35. J. Kelley. "The international influences on Elections in New Multi-Party States." Annual Review of Political Science 15.June (June, 2012): 203-220.
  36. J. Kelley. "The Potential for Organizational Membership Rules to Enhance Regional Cooperation?." Integrating Regions: Asia in Comparative Perspective. Ed. Miles Kahler and Andrew MacIntyre Stanford University Press, 2013: 78-103.
  37. Judith Kelley and Beth Simmons. "Politics by Number: Indicators as Social Pressure in International Relations." American Journal of Political Science (Online first). [abstract]  [abs]

Kelly, Roy

  1. R. Kelly. "Financing Urban Development: The Indonesia Experience." Urban Problems and Issues: Emerging Policy Directions: Republic of Inonesia (1988).
  2. R. Kelly. "Property Taxation in Indonesia." Chapter 4 in Financing Local Government in Indonesia. Ed. N. Devas Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies, 1989 Monographs in International Studies, Southeast Asia Series, no. 84
  3. R. Kelly. "Implementing Tax Reform in Developing Countries: Lessons from the Property Tax in Indonesia." Review of Urban and Development Studies 4 (1992): 193-208.
  4. R. Kelly with J. Bastin and K. Suryowibowo. "Regional Governmnent Finance in Indonesia: An Examination of Ongoing Reforms." (1993).
  5. R. Kelly. "Property Tax Reform in Indonesia: Applying a Collection-Led Strategy." Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 29.1 (1993): 1-21.
  6. R. Kelly with J. Eckert and B. West. "A Framework for the Developing of the Legal and Administrative Structure for Implementing and Ad Valorem Property Tax in Poland." (May, 1993): 165 pages.
  7. R. Kelly. "Implementing Property Taxation in Transitional Countries: The Experience of Albania and Poland." Environment and Planning C: Government and Planning 12 (1994).
  8. R. Kelly. "International Trends in Financing Urban Development: The Role of Property Taxation and Land-Based User Charges." Manejo de Suselo. Quito, Ecuador: IBRD Urban Management Program and GTZ, 1994
  9. R. Kelly. "Capacity Development and Training: Taxation and Fiscal Administration." Proceedings of the International Seminar on Applied Macroeconomic Management Training in Kyrgyzstan (1995).
  10. R. Kelly. "Property Tax Reform in Southeast Asia: A Comparative Analysis of Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand." Journal of Property Tax Assessment and Administration 1 (1995): 60-81.
  11. R. Kelly. "The Evolution of a Property Tax Information Management System in Indonesia." Information Technology and Innovation in Tax Administration. Ed. G. Jenkins Cambridge, MA: Kluwer, 1996: 115-135.
  12. R. Kelly. "Property Tax in East Africa: The Tale of Three Reforms." National Tax Association Proceedings (1999): 443-450.  [abs]
  13. R. Kelly. "Intergovernmental Revenue Allocation Theory and Practice: Application To Nepal"." Asian Journal of Public Administration 21.1 (1999).
  14. R. Kelly. "Designing Effective Property Tax Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa: Theory and International Experience." Journal of Property Tax Assessment and Administration 5.3 (2000): 31-52.
  15. R. Kelly. "Designing a Property Tax Reform for Sub-Saharan Africa: An Analytical Framework applied to Kenya." Public Finance and Budgeting 20.4 (2000): 36-51.
  16. R. Kelly with Zainab Musunu. "Implementing Property Tax Reform in Tanzania." Journal of Property Tax Assessment and Administration 5.1 (2000): 5-25.  [abs]
  17. R. Kelly with Nick Devas. "Regulation or Revenues? An Analysis of Local Business Licensing, with a Case Study of the Single Business Permit Reform in Kenya." Public Administration and Development 21 (2001): 381-391.
  18. R. Kelly with Marco Montes, Edith Maseya, Kenneth Nkandkha and Kiisa Tombere. "Improving Revenue Mobilization in Malawi: Study on Business Licensing and Property Rates (Final Report)." (October, 2001). (Policy Research submitted to the Decentralization Secretariat (Government of Malawi).)  [abs]
  19. R. Kelly with Glenn Jenkins and Rup Khadka. ""Central-Local Fiscal Relations"." Reengineering Tax Systems in Low-Income Countries: An Application to Nepal. Ed. Glenn P. Jenkins and Rup Khadka New York: Kluwer Law International, 2002
  20. R. Kelly with Graham Glenday, Meera Mehta. "Kenya: An Assessment of Local Service Delivery and Local Government in Kenya." World Bank Report 24383 (June 25, 2002).
  21. R. Kelly. "Property Taxation in Indonesia: Emerging Challenges from Decentralization." Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration 26.1 (2004): 71-90.
  22. R. Kelly. "Property Taxation in Tanzania." International Handbook of Land and Property Taxation. Ed. Richard Bird and Enid Slack Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2004
  23. R. Kelly. "Property Taxation in Indonesia." International Handbook of Land and Property Taxation. Ed. Richard Bird and Enid Slack Edward Elgar,, 2004
  24. R. Kelly. "Property Taxation in Kenya." International Handbook of Land and Property Taxation. Ed. Richard Bird and Enid Slack Edward Elgar, 2004
  25. R. Kelly. "“Stock Taking of Fiscal Decentralization Policies in Nepal: Consolidated Report,”." (2011). [Stocktaking%20Final%20Report_%20Kelly%202012%20revised.pdf]  [abs] [author's comments]
  26. R. Kelly and Jamie Boex. "Fiscal Decentralization in Kenya: A Small Step or Giant Leap?”." (2011). Urban Institute Policy Brief, May 2011 [html]
  27. R. Kelly. "Strengthening the Revenue Side." Fiscal Decentralization in Indonesia a Decade after Big Bang. University of Indonesia Press, 2012  [abs]
  28. R. Kelly. "Making the Property Tax Work." (2013). [ispwp1311.pdf‎]  [abs] [author's comments]
  29. R. Kelly. "Property Tax Collection and Enforcement." Primer for the Property Tax. Ed. W. McCluskey Wiley-Blackwell Publication, 2013
  30. with J. Boex. "Fiscal Federalism and Intergovernmental Financial Relations." International Handbook of Public Financial Management. Ed. R. Allan, R. Hemming and B. Potter Palgrave McMillan, 2013
  31. R. Kelly. "Property Taxes in Guyana: Analysis and Recommendations." (2013).  [author's comments]

Kelly, Stephen R.

  1. S.R. Kelly. Another shadow to pay attention to on Groundhog Day: Mexico's.  Newark Star Ledger (February 2, 2012). (Also published in the Raleigh News & Observer)) [html]
  2. S.R. Kelly. Why Long Island Pays the Highest Gas Prices.  Newsday (February 17, 2012). (Also published in the Raleigh News & Observer, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and the Indianapolis Star) [kelly-why-li-pays-the-highest-gas-prices-1.3536312]
  3. S.R. Kelly. Why Americans Should Love Canadian Oil.  Toronto Globe and Mail (February 29, 2012). [available here]
  4. S.R. Kelly and A.P. Cellucci. Taking a Nafta Approach to Immigration.  The Wall Street Journal (March 11, 2013). [taking-nafta-approach-immigration]
  5. S.R. Kelly. Oil Under Our Noses.  The New York Times (March 21, 2012). [r.%20kelly&st=cse#]
  6. S.R. Kelly. Three Things Americans Don't Need to Worry About.  Chicago Tribune (May 2, 2012). [ct-oped-0502-misconception-20120502,0,1964940.story]
  7. S.R. Kelly. Time to Give Canada Some Respect.  Chicago Tribune (June 17, 2012). [ct-perspec-0617-canada-md-20120617,0,7484797.story]
  8. S.R. Kelly. America's Foreign Service: Soldiers Without Guns.  Chicago Tribune (September 14, 2012). [ct-oped-0914-embassy-20120914,0,1252048.story]
  9. S.R. Kelly. Good Neighbor, Bad Border.  The New York Times (November 26, 2012). [good-neighbors-bad-border.html]
  10. S.R. Kelly. China vs. Keystone in Canada oil sands.  The Des Moines Register (March 10, 2013). [Another-View-China-vs-Keystone-Canada-oil-sands]
  11. S.R. Kelly. Bonjour America!.  The New York Times (July 24, 2013). [html]
  12. S.R. Kelly. A Bend in the River.  The New York Times (November 8, 2013). [html]
  13. S.R. Kelly. Be careful what you wish against on Keystone pipeline.  Detroit Free Press (April 29, 2014). [article]
  14. S.R. Kelly. The U.S. Ambassador Canadians Loved to Hate.  Toronto Globe and Mail (June 8, 2014). [available here]

Killeya-Jones, Ley A.

  1. L.A. Killeya-Jones & Johnson, B.T.. "Experimental induction of biased systematic processing: the directed thought technique." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 24 (1998): 17-33.
  2. Saks, N.S., Killeya, L.A., & Rushton, J.. "A study skills curriculum for pipeline programs." ERIC Document Reproductive Service No. ED 44335 (2000).
  3. L.A. Killeya-Jones. "Idiosyncratic role-elaboration, academic performance, and adjustment among African-American and European-American male college student-athletes." College Student Journal 35.1 (2001): 87-95.
  4. Chen, K., & Killeya-Jones, L.A.. "Epidemiology of co-occurring substance abuse and psychiatric disorders among adolescents in the United States." Chinese Journal of Drug Dependence 13 (2004): 245-249.
  5. Johnson, B.T., Smith-McLallen, A., Killeya, L.A., & Levin, K.D.. "Truth or consequences: overcoming resistance to persuasion with positive thinking." Resistance and Persuasion. Ed. E.S. Knowles & J.A. Lin Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., Inc.: Mahwah, NJ, 2004: 215-233.
  6. K. W. Chen, L.A. Killeya-Jones, and W. Vega. "Estimates of twelve-month prevalence of approximate mental disorders by DISC predictive scale among US adolescents: demographic comparisons." Clinical Practice and Epidemiology in Mental Health 1.22 (2005).
  7. Chen, K., Killeya-Jones, L.A., & Vega, W.. "Estimates of twelve-month prevalence of approximate mental disorders by DISC predictive scale among US adolescents: demographic comparisons." Clinical Practice and Epidemiology in Mental Health (forthcoming).
  8. L.A. Killeya-Jones. "Identity structure, role discrepancy and psychological adjustment in male college student-athletes." Journal of Sport Behavior 28 (2005): 167-185.
  9. S. Miller-Johnson, J. E. Lansford, P. Costanzo, P. S. Malone, M. Golonka, and L. A. Killeya-Jones. "Early Adolescent Dating Relationships, Peer Standing, and Risk-Taking Behaviors and the Role of Gender." Journal of Early Adolescence  (2006).
  10. L.A. Killeya-Jones, R. Nakajima and P. Costanzo. "Peer standing and substance use in early-adolescent grade-level networks: A short-term longitudinal study.." Prevention Science (2006). [m60514386v454538]
  11. K. W. Chen and L.A. Killeya-Jones. "Understanding differences in marijuana use among urban and suburban high school students in two community samples in the U.S.." Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse 5.2 (2006): 51-74.
  12. J. C. Merrill, I. Pinsky, L. A. Killeya-Jones, Z. Sloboda and T. Dilascio. "Substance Abuse Prevention Infrastructure: A survey-based study of the organizational structure and function of the D.A.R.E. program.." Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy 1.25 (2006). [25]
  13. K. W. Chen, L. A. Killeya-Jones, S. S. Kim and W. Vega. "Understanding ethnic differences in predictors of cigarette smoking among adolescents in two North American community samples.." Addiction  (2006).
  14. P. Costanzo, L. A. Killeya-Jones, P. Malone, N. Polanichka Quinlan and S. Miller-Johnson.. "Comparing my friends to others: norm-narrowing in early-adolescent school-based cliques.." Prevention Science: Special Issue on Social Networks and Substance Use  (2006).
  15. L.A. Killeya-Jones and P. Costanzo.. "Peer status evaluation, status-related behaviors, and alcohol use among African-American and white early adolescents.." Social Development  (2006).
  16. L.A. Killeya-Jones, P. Costanzo, P. Malone, M. Golonka and S. Miller-Johnson.. "Peers and alcohol use among African-American and White early adolescents: the role of norms and peer behaviors.." Journal of Studies on Alcohol  (2006).
  17. Killeya-Jones, L. A., Costanzo, P., Malone, P., Polanichka Quinlan, N., & Miller-Johnson, S.. "Norm-narrowing and self- and other-perceived aggression in early-adolescent same-sex and mixed-sex cliques." Journal of School Psychology Special Issue on Aggression and School Social Dynamics 45 (2007): 549-565.

Kinlaw, Ryan

  1. Ülkü-Steiner, B., Kurtz-Costes, B., & Kinlaw, C.R.. "Doctoral student experiences in gender-balanced and male-dominated graduate programs." Journal of Educational Psychology 92 (2000): 296-307.
  2. Kinlaw, C.R., Kurtz-Costes, B., & Goldman-Fraser, J.. "Mothers' achievement beliefs and behaviors and their children's school readiness: A cultural comparison." Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 22 (2001): 493-506.
  3. Kinlaw, C.R., & Kurtz-Costes, B.. "The development of children's beliefs about intelligence." Developmental Review 23 (2003): 125-161.
  4. C.R. Kinlaw. "Sorting out student retention: 2.4 million children left behind." Center for Child and Family Policy, Duke University: Durham, NC. (2005).
  5. Kurtz-Costes, B., McCall, R.J., Kinlaw, C.R., Wiesen, C.A., & Joyner, M.H.. "What does it mean to be smart? The development of children's beliefs and intelligence in Germany and the United States." Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 26 (2005): 217-233.
  6. Kinlaw, C.R., & Kurtz-Costes, B.. "Children's theories of intelligence: Beliefs, goals, and motivation in the elementary years."   (under revision).

Korstad, Robert R.

  1. R.R. Korstad. "Those Who Were Not Afraid." Working Lives (1980): 184-199.
  2. with Jacquelyn Dowd Hall and James Leloudis. "Cotton Mill People: Work, Community and Protest in the Textile South, 1880-1940." American Historical Review 91 (April, 1986): 245-286. (Reprinted in Major Problems in the History of the American South, eds. Paul D. Escott and David Goldfield (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath, 1990); Major Problems in the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, ed. Leon Fink (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath, 1992); Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in American History, Vol. II., eds. Larry Madaras and James M. SoRelle (New York, McGraw-Hill/Duskin, 2001))
  3. Nannie M. Tilley. The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.  Technology and Culture 27 (July, 1986): 639-40.
  4. with Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, James Leloudis, Mary Murphy, LuAnn Jones, Christopher B. Daly. Like A Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1987. (W. W. Norton paperback, 1989; anniversary edition with new afterword by the authors and preface by Michael Frisch (UNC Press, 2000)) [available here]
  5. with Nelson Lichtenstein. "Opportunities Found and Lost: Labor, Radicals, and the Early Civil Rights Movement." Journal of American History 75 (December, 1988): 786-811. (Reprinted in Major Problems in the History of American Workers, eds. Eileen Boris and Nelson Lichtenstein (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath, 1991); Civil Rights Since 1787: A Reader on the Black Struggle, eds. Jonathan Birnbaum and Clarence Taylor (New York: New York University Press, 2000); U. S. Labor in the Twentieth Century: Studies in Working-Class Struggles and Insurgencies, eds. John Hinshaw and Paul Le Blanc (New York: Humanity Books, 2000))
  6. R.R. Korstad. "Food, Tobacco, Agricultural, and Allied Workers." Encyclopedia of the American Left (1989): 234-35.
  7. R.R. Korstad. "Food, Tobacco, Agricultural, and Allied Workers." Encyclopedia of the American Left. Ed. Mary Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, and Dan Gerogakas New York: Garland Publishing, 1989: 234-35.
  8. R.R. Korstad. "Fighting for Our Lives: The School of Public Health Marks 50 Years of Change and Challenge." Carolina Alumni Review 78 (Fall, 1989): 50-57.
  9. R.R. Korstad. Dreaming of a Time: The School of Public Health, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1940-1990. Chapel Hill: The School of Public Health, 1990.
  10. R.R. Korstad. "R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Strike or 1947." Encyclopedia of Labor Conflict. Ed. Ronald Filpelli New York: Garland Publishing, 1990: 431-3.
  11. R.R. Korstad. "R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Strike of 1947." Encyclopedia of Labor Conflict (1990): 431-3.
  12. Victoria A. Harden. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever: History of a Twentieth-Century Disease.  Science 251 (March 22, 1991): 1507-1508.
  13. Jane Webb Smith. Smoke Signals: Cigarettes, Advertising, and the American Way of Life.  Journal of American History 78 (December, 1991): 1018-23.
  14. R.R. Korstad. "Documentary Projects for Refugee and Displaced Children in Southern Africa." Journal of Social Work in Africa 8 (1993): 61-72.
  15. R.R. Korstad. "Louise 'Mama' Harris." Black Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia (1993): 538.
  16. R.R. Korstad. "Louise 'Mama' Harris." Black Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia. Ed. Darlene Clark Hine, Elsa Barkley Brown, and Roselyn Terborg-Penn New York: Garland Publishing, 1993: 538.
  17. R.R. Korstad. "The Possibilities for Racial Egalitarianism: Context Matters." International Labor and Working-Class History 44 (Fall, 1993): 41-44.
  18. with Larry J. Griffin. "Class as Race and Gender: Making and Breaking a Labor Union in the Jim Crow South." Social Science History 19 (Winter, 1995): 425-54.
  19. with Larry J. Griffin. "Historical Inference and Event-Structure Analysis." International Review of Social History 43 (1998): 145-65.
  20. with James Leloudis. "Citizen Soldiers: The North Carolina Volunteers and the War on Poverty." Law and Contemporary Problems 62 (Autumn 1999): 177-97. (Reprinted in The New Deal and Beyond (University of Georgia Press, 2003)
  21. R.R. Korstad. "Child Labor." Tar Heel Junior Historian 39 (Fall, 1999): 28-30.
  22.  Remembering Jim Crow: African Americans Talk About Life in the Segregated South. Edited by William Chafe, Raymond Gavins, and Robert Korstad. New York, The New Press, 2001. [html]
  23.  Civil Rights Unionism: Tobacco Workers and the Struggle for Democracy in the Mid-Twentieth-Century South. The University of North Carolina Press, 2003. [available here]
  24. Timothy J. Minchin. The Color of Work: The Struggle for Civil Rights in the Southern Paper Industry, 1945-1980.  Journal of Southern History 69 (February, 2003): 226-7.
  25. R.R. Korstad. "“Could History Repeat Itself? The Prospects for a Second Reconstruction in Post-World War II South Carolina,." Toward the Meeting of the Waters: Currents in the Civil Rights Movement of South Carolina during the Twentieth Century. University of South Carolina Press, 2008
  26. R.R. Korstad. "Civil Rights Unionism and the Black Freedom Struggle." American Communist History 8.2 (December, 2008): 255-58.
  27. R.R. Korstad and James L. Leloudis. To Right These Wrongs: The North Carolina Fund and the Battle to End Poverty and Inequality in 1960s America.  2010. [available here]

Krishna, Anirudh

  1.  Reasons for Hope: Instructive Experiences in Rural Development. Edited by Anirudh Krishna, Norman Uphoff and Milton J. Esman. Kumarian Press, 1997.
  2. Norman Uphoff, Milton J. Esman and Anirudh Krishna. Reasons for Success: Learning from Instructive Experiences in Rural Development. Kumarian Press, 1998.
  3. A. Krishna. "Large-Scale Government Programmes: Watershed Development in Rajasthan, India." Fertile Ground: The Impacts of Participatory Watershed Mangement. Ed. Fiona Hinchcliffe, John Thompson, Jules Pretty, Irene Guijt, and Parmesh Shah London, UK: Intermediate Technology Publications, 1999
  4.  Changing Policy and Practice From Below: Community Experiences in Poverty Reduction. Edited by Anirudh Krishna. New York: United Nations Development Programmme, 2000.
  5. A. Krishna with Elizabeth Shrader. "Measuring Social Capital." Social Capital Initiative Working Paper Series (2000).
  6. A. Krishna. "Creating and Harnessing Social Capital." Social Capital: A Multifaceted Perspective. Ed. Partha Dasgupta and Ismail Sergeldin Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, 2000
  7. A. Krishna and Elizabeth Shrader. "Cross-Cultural Measures of Social Capital: A Tool and Results from India and Panama."  Social Capital Initiative Working Paper No. 21, Social Development Department, The World Bank, 2000 Reprinted as "The Social Capital Assessment Tool: Design and Implementation" in Christian Grootaert and Thierry van Bastelaer, eds., Understanding and Measuring Social Capital: A Multidisciplinary Tool for Practitioners. Washington, DC: The World Bank, 2002
  8. A. Krishna. "Social Factors in Sustainable Land-Use Management." Economic Policy and Sustainable Land Use in LDC: Recent Advances in Quantitative Analysis for Developing Countries. Ed. Nico Heerink, Herman van Keulen & Marijke Kuiper Heidelberg and New York: Physica-Verlag, 2001
  9. Ruth Alsop, Anirudh Krishna,a nd Disa Sjoblom. "Inclusion and Local Elected Governments: The Panchayat Raj System in India." Social Development Papers No. 37 (May, 2001).
  10. A. Krishna. "Moving From the Stock of Social Capital to the Flow of the Benefits: The Role of Agency." World Development 29.6 (June, 2001): 925-943.
  11. A. Krishna. Active Social Capital: Tracing the Roots of Development and Democracy. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002.
  12. A. Krishna with Norman Uphoff. "Mapping and Measuring Social Capital: A Conceptual And Empirical Study of Collective Action For Concerving and Developing Watersheds in Rajasthan, India."  Ed. Christian Grootaert and Thierry van Bastelaer Cambridge University Press, 2002
  13. A. Krishna. "The Social Capital Assessment Tool: Design and Implementation." Understanding and Measuring Social Capital: A Multidisciplinary Tool for Practitioners. Ed. Christian Grootaert and Thierry van Bastelaer Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, 2002
  14. A. Krishna. Globalization and Nationalism: The Changing Balance in India's Economic Policy, 1950-2000, by Baldev Raj Nayar (Sage Publications, 2001).  Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 40.1 (March 2002): 112-113.
  15. A. Krishna. "Enhancing Political Participation in Democracies: What is the Role of Social Capital?." Comparative Political Studies (September, 2002).  [author's comments]
  16. A. Krishna. "Global Truths and Local Realities: Traditional Institutions in a Modern World." Institutions and Social Change. Ed. Surjit Singh and Varsha Joshi Rawal Publications, 2003
  17. "Falling Into Poverty: The Other Side of Poverty Reduction"." Economic and Political Weekly 38.6 (February, 2003): 533-542.
  18. A. Krishna. "Partnerships Between Local Governments and Community Groups: Exploring the Scope for Synergy." Public Administration and Development 23.4 (October, 2003): 361-372.
  19. A. Krishna. "What is Happening to Caste? A View from Some North Indian Villages." Journal of Asian Studies (November, 2003).
  20. "Falling Into Poverty in a High-Growth State: Escaping Poverty and Becoming Poor in Gujarat Villages." Economic and Political Weekly 38.49 (December, 2003): 5171-79.
  21. A. Krishna. "Putting Social Capital to Work: Agency and Development." Investigating Social Capital: Comparative Perspectives on Civil Society, Participation and Governance. Ed. Per Selle and Sanjeev Prakash Sage Publications2004: 25-59.
  22. "Falling Into Poverty in Andhra Pradesh Villages: Why Poverty Avoidance Policies are Needed." Economic and Political Weekly, Bombay, India (July 17, 2004).
  23. A. Krishna. "Understanding, Measuring and Utilizing Social Capital: Clarifying Concepts and Presenting a Field Application from India." Agricultural Systems 82 (2004): 291-305.
  24. A. Krishna with Norman Uphoff. "Civil Society and Public Sector Institutions: More Than a Zero-Sum Relationship." Public Administration and Development 24 (2004): 357-72.
  25. A. Krishna. "Escaping Poverty and Becoming Poor: Who Gains, Who Loses, and Why?." World Development 32.1 (January, 2004): 121-36.
  26. A. Krishna. "Why Growth is Not Enough: Household Poverty Dynamics in Northeast Gujarat, India.." Journal of Development Studies forthcoming (2005). (accepted September 2004)
  27. A. Krishna, Patricia Kristjanson, Maren Radeny, and Wilson Nindo. "Escaping Poverty and Becoming Poor in Twenty Kenyan Villages." Journal of Human Development 5.2 (July 2004): 211-26.
  28. A. Krishna. The Dubious Link: Civic Engagement and Democratization. By Ariel C. Armony (Stanford University Press, 2004).  Perspectives on Politics (2005).
  29. A. Krishna. "Are Villagers Ready for Decentralization?." Decentralization and Local Governance. Ed. L.C. Jain Orient Longman, 2005: 100-31.
  30. A. Krishna. "Social Capital and Economic Development." Handbook of Social Capital. Ed. Dario Castiglione, Jan van Deth and Guglielmo Wolleb Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming
  31. Anirudh Krishna, Mahesh Kapila, Mahendra Porwal, and Veerpal Singh. "Why Growth is Not Enough: Household Poverty Dynamics in Northeast Gujarat, India." Journal of Development Studies 41.7 (July, 2005): 1163-92.
  32. A. Krishna and V. Brihmadesam. "What Does it Take to Become a Software Engineer? Educated Parents, Information Networks, and Upward Mobility in India." Economic and Political Weekly (2006, July 29).
  33. Anirudh Krishna, Patricia Kristjanson, Judith Kuan, Gustavo Quilca, Maren Radeny and Alicia Sanchez-Urrelo. "Fixing the Hole in the Bucket: Household Poverty Dynamics in Forty Communities of the Peruvian Andes." Development and Change 37.5 (2006): 997-1021.
  34. Anirudh Krishna. "Poverty and Democratic Participation Reconsidered: Evidence from the Local Level in India." Comparative Politics 38.4 (2006): 439-58.
  35. Anirudh Krishna. "Pathways Out of and Into Poverty in 36 Villages of Andhra Pradesh, India." World Development 34.2 (2006): 271-88.
  36. Anirudh Krishna, Daniel Lumonya, Milissa Markiewicz, Firminus Mugumya, Agatha Kafuko, and Jonah Wegoye. "Escaping Poverty and Becoming Poor in 36 Villages of Central and Western Uganda." Journal of Development Studies 42.2 (2006): 346-70.
  37. A. Krishna. "Reversal of Fortune: Why Preventing Poverty Beats Curing it." Foreign Policy (2006: May/June).
  38. A. Krishna, D. Lumonya, M. Markiewicz, A. Kafuko, J. Wegoye, and F. Mugumya. "Escaping Poverty and Becoming Poor in 36 Villages of Central and Western Uganda." Journal of Development Studies 42.2 (February, 2006): 346-70.
  39. A. Krishna. "Pathways Out of and Into Poverty in 36 Villages of Andhra Pradesh, India.." World Development 34.2 (February, 2006): 271-88.
  40. A. Krishna. "Poverty and Democratic Participation Reconsidered: Evidence from the Local Level in India." Comparative Politics 38.4 (July, 2006): 439-58.
  41. A. Krishna, P. Kristjanson, J. Kuan, G. Quilca, M. Radeny, and A. Sanchez-Urrelo. "Fixing the Hole in the Bucket: Household Poverty Dynamics in Forty Communities of the Peruvian Andes." Development and Change 37.5 (September, 2006): 997-1021.
  42. A. Krishna. "The Stages-of-Progress Methodology, Assets, and Longitudinal Trends: Results from a Five-Year Study in 236 Communities of Five Countries." Caroline Moser, ed.,. Brookings Institution Press, 2007
  43. A. Krishna. "How Does Social Capital Grow? A Seven-Year Study of Villages in India.." Journal of Politics 69.4 (2007): 941-56.
  44. A. Krishna. "Will Communities in Asia Use Social Capital to Support or Oppose Globalization?." Globalization in Transition: Forces of Adjustment in the Asia Pacific Rim. Ed. Dennis Rondinelli and John Hefron 2007
  45. A. Krishna. "Poverty and Health: Defeating Poverty by Reducing Its Creation." Development 50.2 (2007).
  46. A. Krishna. "The Conundrum of Services: Why Services are Crucial for Making Service Provision Better." Shantayanan Devarajan and Ingrid Widlund, eds., The Politics of Service Delivery in Democracies: Better Access for the Poor. Stockholm: Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 2007
  47. A. Krishna. "Politics in the Middle: Mediating Relationships between Citizens and the State in Rural North India." Herbert Kitschelt and Steven Wilkinson, eds., Patrons, Clients, and Politics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 2007
  48. A. Krishna. "Poverty Knowledge and Poverty Action in India." Deepa Narayan and Patti Petesch, eds., Unleashing the Economic and Social Mobility of the Poor, PalgraveMcMillan. 2007
  49. A. Krishna. "For Reducing Poverty Faster: Target Reasons before People.." World Development 35.11 (November, 2007): 1947-60.
  50. A. Krishna and J. Lecy. "“The Balance of All Things: Explaining Household Poverty Dynamics in 50 Villages of Gujarat, India”." International Journal of Multiple Research Methods 2.2 (2008): 160-75.
  51. A. Krishna. "“Why Don’t ‘the Poor’ Make Common Cause? The Importance of Subgroups.”." Journal of Development Studies 45.6 (2008): 1-19.
  52. A. Krishna and J. Nederveen Pieterse. "“Hierarchical Integration: The Dollar Economy and the Rupee Economy.”." Development and Change 39.2 (2008): 219-37.
  53. A. Krishna and E. Haglund. "“Why Do Some Countries Win More Olympics Medals? Lessons for Social Mobility and Poverty Reduction.”." Economic and Political Weekly 43.28 (2008): 143-51.
  54. A. Krishna. "“Are More People Becoming Vulnerable to Poverty? Evidence from Grassroots Investigations in Five Countries.”." Globalization and Emerging Societies. Ed. Boike Rehbein and Jan Nederveen Pieterse, Routledge, forthcoming, 2008
  55. A. Krishna. "Social Capital and Economic Development." Handbook of Social Capital. Ed. Dario Castiglione, Jan van Deth and Guglielmo Wolleb Oxford University Press, 2008: 438-66.
  56. A. Krishna. Poverty, Participation and Democracy: A Global Perspective.  Cambridge University Press, 2008
  57. A. Krishna. "Introduction: Poor People and Democracy." Poverty, Participation and Democracy: A Global Perspective. Ed. A. Krishna Cambridge University Press, 2008
  58. A. Krishna. "Do Poor People Care Less for Democracy? Testing Individual-Level Assumptions with Individual-Level Data from India." Poverty, Participation and Democracy: A Global Perspective. Ed. A. Krishna Cambridge University Press, 2008
  59. A. Krishna and J.A. Booth. "Conclusion: Implications for Pollicy and Research." Poverty, Participation and Democracy: A Global Perspective. Ed. A. Krishna Cambridge University Press, 2008
  60. A. Krishna. "Subjective Assessments, Participatory Methods and Poverty Dynamics: The Stages Of Progress Method." Poverty Dynamics. Ed. Tony Addison and David Hulme Oxford University Press, 2009: 183-201.
  61. A. Krishna. "Subjective Assessments, Participatory Methods and Poverty Dynamics: The Stages of Progress Method." Poverty Dynamics: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Ed. Tony Addison, David Hulme, and Ravi Kanbur Oxford University Press, 2009
  62. A. Krishna. The Rich Financial Lives of Poor People.  Science (forthcoming).
  63. A. Krishna. "Who Became Poor, Who Escaped Poverty, and Why? Developing and Using a Retrospective Methodology in Five Countries." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (forthcoming).
  64. A. Krishna. "Are More People Becoming Vulnerable to Poverty? Evidence from Grassroots Investigations in Five Countries." Globalization and Emerging Societies: Development and Inequality. Ed. Boike Rehbein and Jan Nederveen Pieterse Palgrave Macmillan, 2009: 61-82.
  65. K. Ananthpur and A. Krishna. "Formal Perceptions of Informal Justice." Strengthening Governance through Access to Justice. Ed. Amita Singh and Nasir Aslam Zahid New Delhi: PHI Learning, 2009
  66. A. Krishna. "The Dynamics of Poverty: Why Don’t “the Poor” Act Collectively?." The Poorest and Hungry: Assessments, Analyses, and Actions. Ed. Joachim von Braun, Ruth Vargas-Hill, and Rajul Pandya-Lorch Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute., 2009: 411-420.
  67. A. Krishna. "The Missing Middle: Development, Democracy, and Connecting Institutions."   (2009).
  68. A. Krishna. One Illness Away: How People Escape Poverty and Why they Become Poor. Oxford University Press, 2010.
  69. P. Kristjanson, A. Krishna, N. Mango, N. Johnson, and M. Radeny. "Understanding Poverty Dynamics in Kenya." Journal of International Development 22.7 (2010): 978-96.
  70. A. Krishna and A. Shariff. "The Irrelevance of National Strategies? Rural Poverty Dynamics in States and Regions of India, 1993-2005." World Development (forthcoming).
  71. A. Krishna. "Continuity and Change: The Indian Administrative Service 30 years ago and today." Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 48.4 (2010): 433-44.
  72. A. Krishna. "Dealing with a Distant State: The Evolving Nature of Local Politics in India." Oxford Companion to Politics in India. Ed. Niraja Gopal Jayal and Pratap Bhanu Mehta Oxford University Press, 2010
  73. A. Krishna. "Gaining Access to Public Services and the Democratic State in India: Institutions in the Middle.”." Studies in Comparative International Development 46.1 (2011): 98-117.
  74. Anirudh Krishna and Devendra Bajpai. "“Lineal Spread and Radial Dissipation: Experiencing Growth in Rural India, 1993-2005.”." Economic and Political Weekly 46.44-51 (September 17).
  75. A. Krishna. "Politics and Development at the Grassroots: Missing Links in the Institutional Chain." Oxford Handbook on the Politics of Development. Ed. Nicolas Van de Walle and Carol Lancaster forthcoming
  76. A. Krishna. "Characteristics and Patterns of Intergenerational Poverty Traps and Escapes in Rural North India." Development Policy Review 30.5 (2012): 617-40.
  77. A. Krishna. "The Spatial Dimension of Inter-Generational Education Achievement in Rural India." Indian Journal of Human Development 62 (2012): 245-66.
  78. A. Krishna. "Stuck in Place: Investigating Social Mobility in 14 Bangalore Slums." Journal of Development Studies  (2012). revised and resubmitted
  79. A. Krishna and G. Schober. "The Gradient of Governance: Distance and Disenchantment in Rural India." Journal of Politics  (2012).
  80. A. Krishna and A. Sarin. "Management Education in India: Avenue for Social Stratification or Social Mobility?." World Development  (2012).
  81. A. Krishna. "Distance and Inter-generational Education Achievements: Examining Rural Areas of Two Indian States." Indian Journal of Human Development  (2012).
  82. Anirudh Krishna, Meri Poghosyan, and Narayan Das.. "“How Much Can Asset Transfers Help the Poorest? Evaluating the Results of BRAC’s Ultra-Poor Programme (2002-2008).”." Journal of Development Studies 48.2 (February, 2012): 184-97.
  83. A. Krishna. "Examining the Structures of Opportunity and Social Mobility in India: Who Becomes an Engineer?." Development and Change  (August, 2012). Revised and resubmitted
  84. A. Krishna. "Examining the Structures of Opportunity and Social Mobility in India: Who Becomes an Engineer." Development and Change (forthcoming).
  85. A. Krishna. "Stuck in Place: Investigating Social Mobility in 14 Bangalore Slums.." Journal of Development Studies 49.7 (2013): 1010-28.
  86. A. Krishna. "The Naya Netas: Informal Mediators of Government Services in Rural North India." The Politics of Non-State Social Welfare Provision in the Global South. Ed. Melanie Cammett and Lauren Maclean Cornell University Press, forthcoming
  87. A. Krishna and K. Ananthpur. "Distance and Diseases: Spatial Health Disparities in Rural India.." Millennial Asia (Inaugural Sage Edition) (January, 2013).
  88. A. Krishna. "The Mixed News on Poverty." Current History (January, 2013).

Krupp, Corinne M.

  1. C.M. Krupp. "A Shot Across the Bow: A First Test of the Korean Antidumping Law." Journal of World Trade 26.3 (June, 1992): 111-124. (Refereed article)
  2. C.M. Krupp. "Antidumping Cases and the U.S. Chemical Industry: A Panel Data Approach." Journal of Industrial Economics 42.3 (September, 1994): 299-311. (Refereed article)
  3. C.M. Krupp. "Antidumping Laws and NAFTA: What Can We Expect?." Policy Choices: Framing the Debate for Michigan's Future (1996). (Refereed article)
  4. C.M. Krupp and Patricia Pollard. "Market Responses to Antidumping Laws: Some Evidence from the U.S. Chemical Industry." Canadian Journal of Economics 29.1 (February, 1996): 199-227. (Refereed article)
  5. C.M. Krupp and Carl Davidson. "Strategic Flexibility and Exchange Rate Uncertainty." Canadian Journal of Economics 29.2 (May, 1996): 436-56. (Refereed article)
  6. C.M. Krupp and Susan Linz. "Shock Therapy and the Foreign Exchange Market in Russia: Whither Currency Convertibility?." Comparative Economic Studies 39.1 (Spring, 1997): 43-81. (Refereed article)
  7. C.M. Krupp and Susan Skeath. "Evidence on the Upstream and Downstream Impacts of Antidumping Cases." North American Journal of Economics and Finance 78 (2002): 1-16. (Refereed article)
  8. W. Ascher and Corinne Krupp. Physical Infrastructure Investment. Edited by Ascher and Krupp (co-editors). Palgrave MacMillan, Fall, 2010.  [abs]

Kuniholm, Bruce R.

  1. B. Kuniholm. "There You Go Again? Gary Sick, Ronald Reagan, and the Iranian Revolution." Iranian Studies XXIV.1-4 (1991): 61-69.
  2. B. Kuniholm. "Turkey and the West." Foreign Affairs 70.2 (Spring 1991): 34-48.
  3. B. Kuniholm. "Foreign Relations, Public Relations, Accountability and Understanding." Perspectives 28.5 (June 1990): 1-12. (Reprinted in the Congressional Record, October 19, 1990, S16291-S16292)
  4. B. Kuniholm. "Retrospect and Prospect: Forty Years of US Middle East Policy." The Middle East Journal 41.1 (Winter 1987): 7-25.
  5. B. Kuniholm. "The Carter Doctrine, the Reagan Corollary, and Prospects for United States Policy in Southwest Asia." International Journal XLI.2 (Spring 1986): 342-361. (Reprinted in Lori Bogle, The Cold War, Vol. 2, Routledge: New York, 2001, 432 pp)
  6. B. Kuniholm. "Rhetoric and Reality in the Aegean: U.S. Policy Option Toward Greece and Turkey." SAIS Review 6.1 (Winter-Spring 1986): 137-157.
  7. B. Kuniholm. "A Commentary on Melvyn Leffler, "The American Conception of National Security", AHR Forum." The American Historical Review 89.2 (April 1984): 385-390.
  8. B. Kuniholm. "Carrots and Sticks: The Question of U.S. Influence over Israel." International Journal 38.4 (Fall 1983): 700-712.
  9. B. Kuniholm. "A Response to John Lewis Gaddis." Diplomatic History 7.3 (Summer 1983): 201-204.
  10. B. Kuniholm. "Turkey and NATO: Past, Present, and Future." ORBIS 27.2 (Summer 1983): 421-445.
  11. B. Kuniholm. "What the Saudis Really Want: A Primer for the Reagan Administration." ORBIS 25.1 (Spring 1981): 107-122. (Republished in the reprint series sponsored by the Center for Islamic and Arabian Development Studies, Duke University; and by the School of International Studies, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, U.S. Army, April 1983)
  12. B. Kuniholm. "Apples and Dominoes: The Northern Tier as Crucible for Postwar American." Jerusalem Journal of International Relations 4.1 (Winter 1979): 1-22.
  13. B. Kuniholm. "Apples and Dominoes: The Northern Tier as Cruciible for Postwar America." Jerusalem Journal of International Relations 4.1 (Winter, 1979): 1-22.
  14. B. Kuniholm. The Origins of the Cold War in the Near East: Great Power Conflict and Diplomacy in Iran, Turkey, and Greece. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980. 485 pp. pp. (2nd ed., w/ Epilogue (Princeton: PUP, 1994), 509 pp.)
  15. B. Kuniholm. Foreign Relations of the United States: 1948. Vol. V: The Near East, South Asia, and Africa, Part 1.  The Journal of American History 67.2 (September, 1980): 461-463.
  16. B. Kuniholm. Foreign Relations of the United states: 1948. Vol. V: the Near East, South Asia, and Africa, Part 2.  The Journal of American History 67.2 (September, 1980): 461-463.
  17. Edward Said. The Question of Palestine.  Middle Eastern Studies Association Bulletin (December, 1980): 52-53.
  18. B. Kuniholm. "What the Saudis Really Want: A Primer for the Reagan Administration." ORBIS 25.1 (Spring, 1981): 107-122. (Republished in the reprint series sponsored by the Center for Islamic and Arabian Development Studies, Duke University; and by the School of International Studies, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, U.S. Army, April 1983)
  19. Barry Rubin. Paved with Good Intentions: The American Experience and Iran.  The South Atlantic Quarterly 80.3 (Summer, 1981): 360-361.
  20. John Iatrides. Ambassador MacVeagh Reports: Greece, 1933-1947.  The International History Review 3.3 (July, 1981): 460-463.
  21. Barry Rubin. Great Powers in the Middle East, 1941-1947: The Road to the Cold War.  The American Historical Review 86.4 (October, 1981): 859-896.
  22. Thomas Bryson. Seeds of Mideast Crisis: The United States Diplomatic Role in the Middle East During World War II.  The Journal of American History 68.3 (December, 1981): 729.
  23. Irvine Anderson. Aramco, the United States and Saudi Arabia: A Study of the Dynamics of Foreign Oil Policy 1933-1950.  The Middle East Journal 36.4 (Autumn 1982): 608-609.
  24. Lawrwence Wittner. Aemrican Intervention in Greece, 1943-1949.  The Journal of American History 69.3 (December, 1982): 759.
  25. Saodia Touval. The Peace Brokers: Mediators in the Arab-Isaeli Conflict, 1948-1979.  International Journal xxxviii.4 (Autumn 1983): 700-712.
  26. Henry Kissinger. White House Years.  International Journal xxxviii.4 (Autumn 1983): 700-712.
  27. Henry Kissinger. Years of Upheaval.  International Journal xxxviii.4 (Autumn 1983): 700-712.
  28. Jimmy Carter. Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President.  International Journal xxxviii.4 (Autumn 1983): 700-712.
  29. Zbigniew Brzezinski. Power and Principle: Memoirs of the National Security Advisor, 1977-1981.  International Journal xxxviii.4 (Autumn 1983): 700-712.
  30. B. Kuniholm. "A Palestinian State." Pros and Cons. Ed. Walter Isaccson New York: Putnam, 1983: 233-242.
  31. B. Kuniholm. "The United States and the Middle East Since 1941." Guide to American Foreign Relations Since 1700. Ed. Richard Burns Santa Barbara and Oxford: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1983: 955-993. Contributing editor, responsible for Chapter 33
  32. B. Kuniholm. "Tevfik Rustu Aras." The Biographical Dictionary of Internationalists. Ed. Warren Kuehl Westport, CT and London: Greenwood Press, 1983: 22-24.
  33. B. Kuniholm. "A Response to John Lewis Gaddis." Diplomatic History 7.3 (Summer, 1983): 201-204.
  34. B. Kuniholm. "Turkey and NATO: Past, Present, and Future." ORBIS 27.2 (Summer, 1983): 421-445.
  35. B. Kuniholm. "Carrots and Sticks: The Questions of U.S. Influence over Israel." International Journal 38.4 (Fall, 1983): 700-712.
  36. B. Kuniholm. The Persian Gulf and United States Policy. Claremont: CA: Regina Books, 1984. 220 pp. pp.
  37. B. Kuniholm. The Near East Connection: Greece and Turkey in the Reconstruction and Security of Europe, 1946-1952. Brookline, Mass.: Hellenic Press, 1984. 50 pp. pp.
  38. B. Kuniholm. "A Commentary on Melvyn Leffler, "The American Conception of National Security," AHR Forum." The American Historical Review 89.2 (April, 1984): 385-390.
  39. B. Kuniholm. "Turkey and NATO." NATO and the Mediterranean. Ed. Lawrence S. Kaplan, Robert W. Clawson, and Raimondo Luraghi New York: Scholarly Resources Inc., 1985: 215-237.
  40. B. Kuniholm. "Turkey in the World, Ch. 2." The Middle East in Turkish-American Relations. Ed. George S. Harris Washington, D.C.: Heritage Foundation and the Foreign Policy Institute of Ankara, 1985: 9-16.
  41. L. Carl Brown. International Politics and the Middle East: Old Rules, Dangerous Game.  Middle East Journal 39.2 (Spring, 1985): 372-373.
  42. Gene R. Garthwaite. Khans and Shahs: A Documentary Analysis of the Bakhtiyari in Iran.  Dartmouth Alumni Magazine (September, 1985): 13-14.
  43. William Roger Louis. The British Empire in the Middle Est, 1945-1951: Arab Nationalism, the United States, and Postwar Imperialism.  American Historical Review 90.4 (October, 1985): 906-907.
  44. B. Kuniholm. The Palestine Problem and United States Policy, with an annotated bibliography by Michael Rubner. Claremont, CA: Regina Books, 1986. 157 pp. pp.
  45. B. Kuniholm. "Rhetoric and Reality in The Aegean: U.S. Policy Options Toward Greece and Turkey." SAIS Review 6.1 (Winter-Spring 1986): 137-157.
  46. B. Kuniholm. "Strategies for Containment in the Middle East, Chapter 18." Containment: Concept and Policy. Ed. Terry L. Deibel and John Lewis Gaddis Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press, 1986: 423-456.
  47. Steven L. Spiegel. The Other Arab-Israeli Conflict: Making America's Middle East Policy from Truman to Reagan.  Journal of American History 72.4 (March, 1986): 1002.
  48. David Long. The United States and Saudi Arabai: Ambivalent Allies.  Middle East Journal 40.2 (Spring, 1986): 344-345.
  49. Derek Hopwood, ed.. Euro-Arab Dialogue: The Relations Between the Two Cultures.  American-Arab Affairs 16 (Spring, 1986): 142-145.
  50. Salah Al-Mani and Salah Al-Shaikhly. The Euro-Arab Dialogue: A Study in Associative Diplomacy.  American-Arab Affairs 16 (Spring, 1986): 142-145.
  51. Saadallah A.S. Hallaba. Euro-Arab Dialogue.  American-Arab Affairs 16 (Spring, 1986): 142-145.
  52. Joseph Weiler. Israel and the Creation of a Palestinian State: A European Perspective.  American-Arab Affairs 16 (Spring, 1986): 142-145.
  53. B. Kuniholm. "The Carter Doctrine, the Reagan Corollary, and Prospects for United States Policy in Southwest Asia." International Journal XLI.2 (Spring, 1986): 342-361. (Reprinted in Lori Bogle, The Cold War, Vol. 2 (Routledge: New York, 2001), 432 pp.)
  54. B. Kuniholm. "US Policy Options in the Persian Gulf and Southwest Asia." Security in the East: Regional Change and Great Power Strategies. Ed. Sam Wells and Mark Bruzonsky Boulder, Col. and London: Westview Press, 1987: 306-346.
  55. B. Kuniholm. "The Palestinian Problem and U.S. Policy." Security in the Middle East: Regional Change and Great Power Strategies. Ed. Sam Wells and Mark Bruzonsky Boulder, Col. and London: Westview Press, 1987: 184-214.
  56. B. Kuniholm. "The Origins of the First Cold War: Methodologies, Values, and their Implications for East-West Relations." The Cold War Past and Present. Ed. Richard Crockatt and Steve Smith London: George Allen and Unwin, 1987: 37-57.
  57. B. Kuniholm. "Turkey, NATO and U.S. Policy." U.S. Security Concerns in the North-Eastern Mediterranean. College Park: University of Maryland, 1987: 56-72. a CIDCM Conference Report
  58. B. Kuniholm. "Turkey and the United States: Views and Expectations." Turkish-American Relations: Forty Years of Continuity and Change. Istanbul: The Political and Social Studies Foundation, Fatih Cenclik Vakfi Matbaa Isletmesi, 1987: 27-40.
  59. Maya Chadda. Paradox of Power: The United States in Southwest Asia, 1973-1984.  The Mdidle East Journal 41.3 (Summer, 1987): 478.
  60. B. Kuniholm. "East or West? The Geopolitics of Turkey and its NATO Alliance." The Middle East Turkey and the Atlantic Alliance. Ed. Ali Karaosmanoglu and Seyfi Tashan Ankara: Foreign Policy Institute, September, 1987: 134-157.
  61. Ricahrd C. Campany, Jr.. Turkey and the United States: The Arms Embargo Period.  The American Historical Review 92.5 (December, 1987): 1303.
  62. B. Kuniholm. "Retrospect and Prospect: Forty Years of US Middle East Policy." The Middle East Journal 41.1 (Winter, 1987): 7-25.
  63. Ruhollah Ramazani. The Gulf Cooperation Council: Record and Analysis.  Middle East Insight 6.3 (Fall, 1988): 65.
  64. B. Kuniholm. The Geopolitics of US-Turkish Relations: Implications for the Future. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Working Paper #87. Washington, D.C., December, 1988. 47 pp. pp.
  65. B. Kuniholm. Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954.  X1989  (evaluated before a closed session of the Advisory Committee on Historical Diplomatic Documentaiton, Department of State, Washington, D.C., NBov.