Curriculum Vitae



Download 234,22 Kb.
Page1/2
Date conversion08.12.2016
Size234,22 Kb.
  1   2


Curriculum Vitae
Richard C. Feiock
March 29, 2013

General Information
University address: Augustus B. Turnbull Professor & Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar Chair
Reubin O'D. Askew School of Public Administration and Policy
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Bellamy Building 0642
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2250
Phone: 850-644-3525; Fax: 644-7617

E-mail address: rfeiock@fsu.edu


Web site: http://www.askew.fsu.edu/faculty/feiockr.html

Professional Preparation
1986 Ph.D., University of Kansas. Major: Political Science.
1984 M.P.A., University of Kansas. Major: Public Administration.
1981 B.A., Pennsylvania State University. Major: Political Science.

Professional Experience
2013–present Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair, Florida State University.
2011–present Director, Local Governance Research Laboratory, Florida State University.
2007–present Affiliate Faculty, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University.
2007–present Professor (by courtesy), Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University.
2005–present Augustus B. Turnbull Professorship, Public Administration, Florida State University.
2001–present Affiliate Faculty, Department of Political Science, Florida State University.
2000–present Center Faculty, Devoe Moore Center, Florida State University.
2000–present Professor, Department of Political Science, Florida State University.
1998–present Professor, Askew School of Public Adminstraiton and Policy, Florida State University.
1988–present Public Policy Consultant and Expert Witness: Tallahassee, FL, State agencies, local governments and professional organizations. Occasional consultant to state agencies, local governments, National Science Foundation adhoc and Panel Review (PolSc, ULTRA Ex, SciSIP, CNH), Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Lincoln Center for Public Service, Florida Institute of Government, Florida Rural Legal Services, Institute for Intergovernmental Research, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, and American Councils for International Education.
2008–2012 Director, Sustainable Energy & Governance Program, Institute for Energy Systems Economics and Sustainability, Florida State University.
2000–2010 Program Director, Local Governance, Devoe Moore, Florida State University.
2006 Fulbright Visiting Professor, Department of Public Administration, Korea University.
1999–2005 Ph.D. Program Director, Public Administration, Florida State University.
1991–1998 Associate Professor, Askew School of Public Administraiton and Policy, Florida State University.
1988–1991 Assistant Professor, Askew School of Public Administraiton And Policy, Florida State University.
1985–1988 Assistant Professor, Department of Politics and Public Affairs, University of Miami, School of Business Administration.
1984–1985 Assistant Instructor, Department of Political Science, University of Kansas, Division of Government.
1984–1985 Program Evaluator, Kansas Department of Transportation. Program evaluation for highway safety programs, Topeka, Kansas.
1982–1983 Research Assistant, Center for Public Affairs, Lawrence, KS. Conducted a survey of citizen satisfaction with municipal services for the City of Kansas City, Missouri, for an NSF funded project (Elaine Sharp, P.I.).
1981–1982 Project Director, Northwest Institute of Research, Erie, PA. Directed an analysis of the organization and delivery of public services supported by Community Development Block Grant funds for the City of Erie, Pennsylvania.
1980 RA Site Coordinator, Pennsylvania State University. Supervised data collection for a National Institute of Justice study of criminal court outcomes (James Eisenstein, P.I.).

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Graduate Faculty Mentor Award, Florida State University (2011).

Donald C. Stone Award for Scholarship on Intergovernmental Administration and Management, American Society for Public Administration, SIAM (2010).

Marshall E. Dimock Award for the best lead article, Public Administration Review (2010).

Manning J. Dauer Award for career achievement, Florida Political Science Association (2009).

Best Presentation Award, Political Science Networks Conference, Harvard (2008).

William E. Mosher and Frederick C. Mosher Award for the best article written by an academician, Public Administration Review (2008).

Fulbright Fellow, Korea University, Seoul Korea (2006).

Augustus B. Turnbull Named Professorship, Florida State University (2005).

Herbert Kaufman Best Paper Award, American Political Science Association (2005).

Muskie Ph.D. Program Reviewer, Moscow Russia, U.S. State Department (2001).

Pi Sigma Alpha Award and Lecture, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID (1999).

Research Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (1999).

Outstanding Instructor, Panama City Campus, Florida State University (1992).

Best paper presented at the 1987 meeting, Southwestern Political Science Association (1987).

Best public law paper, American Political Science Association (1985).

Best graduate paper, Western Social Science Association (1984).

University Dissertation Fellowship, University of Kansas (1984).

Behrend award for outstanding political science graduate, Pennsylvania State University (1981).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Political Science Association

American Society for Public Administration

Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management

International Social Network Analysis Association

Midwest Political Science Association

Public Management Research Association



Teaching
Courses Taught
Institutions and Society (PAD6109)

Policy Development and Administration (PAD5035)

Special Topics in Public Administration (PAD4936)

Logics of Inquiry (PAD6707)

Seminar in Public Administration: Selected Topics (PAD5935)

Theoretical Perspectives in Public Policy (PAD6025)

Institutions, Policy & Management (PAD6108)

Preliminary Examination Self-Study (PAD6960)

Policy Analysis Research Seminar (PAD6721)

Public Organizations (PAD5106)

Professional Topics in Public Administration (PAD6930)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Park, S. C., graduate. (2012).

Bae, J., graduate. (2012).

Kim, S., graduate. (2012).

Ha, H., graduate. (2011).

Lee, S. J., graduate. (2011).

Lee, Y., graduate. (2011).

Kassekert, A. J., graduate. (2010).

Maridal, J. H., graduate. (2010).

Park, J., graduate. (2009).

Kwak, Chang-Gyu, doctoral candidate.

Leon-Moreta, A. P., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee Cochair
Chen, Ssu-Hsien, graduate. (2011).

Doctoral Committee Member
Whiteman, M. A., graduate. (2012).

Azhar, A., graduate. (2012).

Chang, K., graduate. (2012).

Terman, J. N., graduate. (2012).

Scheller, D. S., graduate. (2010).

Alston, T., graduate. (2010).

Banner, T. J., graduate. (2010).

Blanchard, C., graduate. (2010).

Kang, W., graduate. (2009).

Ryoo, N., doctoral candidate.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Dowd, P. L., graduate. (2012).

Park, S., graduate. (2012).

Noh, W., graduate. (2011).

Albee, A. M., graduate. (2010).



Master's Committee Member
Embrey, A. L., graduate. (2012).

Advisees
Feiock, R. C. (2015). Aaron Deselatte.
Feiock, R. C. (2015). Chang-Gyu Kwak.
Feiock, R. C. (2015). Minsun Song.
Feiock, R. C. (2015). Nate Francis.
Feiock, R. C. (2014). Cali Curley.
Feiock, R. C. (2014). Jisun Youm, ABD.
Feiock, R. C. (2014). Rizal Cruz.
Feiock, R. C. (2013). Agustin Leon Moreta, Assistant Professor University of New Mexico.
Feiock, R. C. (2013). Siddiqui Zafar.
Feiock, R. C. (2012). Jungah Bae, Post Doc, Askew School.
Feiock, R. C. (2012). Sang Chull Park, Research Associate, Korean Institute for Public Administration.
Feiock, R. C. (2011). Hyunsang Ha, Assistant Professor, Kookmin University, Korea.
Feiock, R. C. (2011). Se Jin Lee, Research Associate, Korea Research Institute on Local Administration.
Feiock, R. C. (2011). Ssu-Hsien Chen, Postdoctoral Research Fellow National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
Feiock, R. C. (2010). Anthony Kassekert, U.S. Homeland Security.
Feiock, R. C. (2010). Jan Maridal, Research Associate, Koch Foundation, Alexandria Va.
Feiock, R. C. (2010). Youngmi Lee, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Michigan.
Feiock, R. C. (2009). InWon Lee, Assistant Professor, Dankook University.
Feiock, R. C. (2009). Jongsun Park, Assistant Professor, Keimyung University.
Feiock, R. C. (2008). DongSang Yoo, Research Associate, Institute of Social Science, Kon-Kuk University.
Feiock, R. C. (2008). Jayce Farmer, Assistant Professor, Northern Kentucky University.
Feiock, R. C. (2008). Manoj Shrestha, Assistant Professor, University of Idaho.
Feiock, R. C. (2008). Sung-Wook Kwon, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University NASPAA/Pi Alpha Alpha Award.
Feiock, R. C. (2007). Chris Hawkins, (Urban Planning) Assistant Professor, University of Central Florida.
Feiock, R. C. (2007). Edgar Ramirez, Assistant Professor, Arizona State University.
Feiock, R. C. (2007). Yahong Zhang, Assistant Professor, Rutgers Newark.
Feiock, R. C. (2006). Hee-Soun Jang, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas.
Feiock, R. C. (2006). Sang-Seok Bae, Assistant Professor, Ajou University, Korea.
Feiock, R. C. (2006). Simon Andrew, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas.
Feiock, R. C. (2005). Hyung Jun Park, Assistant Professor, Sungkyungkwon University.
Feiock, R. C. (2005). In-Sung Kang, Assistant Professor, Soongsil University.
Feiock, R. C. (2005). Jim Murdaugh, President, Tallahassee Community College.
Feiock, R. C. (2005). Linda Johnson, Assistant Professor, Northwest Florida State College.
Feiock, R. C. (2004). Carl Dasse, (Political Science), Florida Atlantic University.
Feiock, R. C. (2004). Moon-Gi Jeong, Associate Professor, Sungkyungkwon University.
Feiock, R. C. (2002). Antonio Tavares, Associate Professor University of Minho, Portugal.
Feiock, R. C. (2002). Jill Satran, Deputy Chief of Staff for the Governor, State of Washington.
Feiock, R. C. (2001). James J. Wilson, Director, Office of Human Capital, U. S. Federal Election Commission.
Feiock, R. C. (2000). Jered Carr, Associate Professor, Shutte Endowed Chair, University of Missouri, Kansas City.
Feiock, R. C. (1999). Jill Tao, Associate Professor, University of Hawaii at Mona.
Feiock, R. C. (1995). Paul Trogen, Professor, East Tennessee State University.
Feiock, R. C. (1994). Jae-Young Kim, Professor and Chair, Inchon University, Korea.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Feiock, R. C., & Coutts, C. (in press). City Sustainability Policy: Issues of Scale, Instruments, and Governance. Cityscape, unkn pages.
Feiock, R. C., & Bae, J. (2012). Managing Multiplexity: Coordinating Multiple Services at a Regional Level. State and Local Government Review, 44(2), 162-168.
Feiock, R. C., & Terman, J. (2012). Local Sustainability and Climate Policy: More Talk than Action? The Ideas Quarterly Report - Alliance for Innovation, 12(Fall), unkn.
Feiock, R. C., & Andrew, S. A. (2010). Core-peripheral Structure and Regional Governance: Implications of Paul Krugman's New Economic Geography for Public Administration. Public Administration Review, (May/June) 69(3), unkn.
Feiock, R. C., Moon, M. J., & Park, H. J. (2008). Regional Governance and Economic Development. Public Administration Review, (Jan./Feb.) 6(1), unkn. Retrieved from http://www.aspanet.org/scriptcontent/index_par.cfm
Feiock, R. C., & Park, H. J. (2006). New Regionalism in U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Consolidated Government and Alternative Institutions for Regional Governance. Korea Spatial Planning Review, (December), unkn.
Feiock, R. C., & Andrew, S. (2006). Non-Profit Organizations and the Delivery of Public Services. International Journal of Public Administration, 29(10), 759-769.
Feiock, R. C., Carr, J., & Johnson, L. (2006). Structuring Debate on Consolidation: A Reply to Leland and Thurmaier. Public Administration Review, 66(March/April), 274-80.
Feiock, R. C., & Park, Hyung-Jun. (2003). Social Capital and the Tradeoff between Environment and Development. International Journal of Economic Development, 4(2), unkn.
Feiock, R. C. (2002). Policy Consequences of Administrative Turnover for Government Contracting, Financing, and Economic Development. Annals of Public Administration, 18, 1-36.
Feiock, R. C., & Jeong, Moon-Gi. (2001). Regulatory Reform and Economic Development. Policy Brief, 1(4), unkn.
Feiock, R. C. (1999). Development Policy Competition and Positive-Sum Growth: Incentive Competition and Its Alternatives. International Journal of Economic Development, 1(3), 238-55.
Feiock, R. C., & West, J. (1996). Explaining Success of Local Recycling Programs: A Reassessment. International Journal of Public Administration, 19(7), 1065-87.
Feiock, R. C., & Clingermayer, J. (1995). The Consequences of Turnover Among Local Government Executives. Korea Journal of Public Administration, 11, 175-86.
Feiock, R. C. (1993). The Florida Growth Management Act: How has it Affected Economic Growth? Governing Florida, 3, 22-34.
Feiock, R. C. (1992). The Impacts of City/County Consolidation in Florida. Governing Florida, 2, 1-5.
Feiock, R. C., & West, J. (1991). Participation in County Recycling Programs in Florida. Governing Florida, 2, 21-32.
Feiock, R. C., & Cable, G. (1990). State and Local Economic Development Policy Competition and Economic Growth. Florida Policy Review, (Summer), 17-23.

Refereed Journal Articles
Feiock, R. C., Kwon, Sung-Wook, & Bae, J. (in press). The Roles of Regional Organizations in Interlocal Resource Exchange: Complement or Substitute. American Review of Public Administration.
York, A., Feiock, R. C., & Steinacker, A. (in press). Dimensions of Economic Development and Growth Management Policy Choices. State and Local Government Review.
Bae, J., & Feiock, R. C. (2013). Forms of Government and Climate Change Policies in U.S. Cities. Urban Studies, 50(4), 776–788.
Feiock, R. C., Kim, H. M., & Lee, D. (2012). Network Power and Conflicts. Armed Forces and Society, unkn.
Feiock, R. C., Lee, I. W., & Park, H. J. (2012). Administrators and Elected Officials' Collaboration Networks: Selecting Partners to Reduce Risk in Economic Development. Public Administration Review, 72(s1), 58–68.
Feiock, R. C., & Park, J. (2012). Stability and Change in County Economic Development Organizations. Economic Development Quarterly, 26(1), 3-12.
Ha, H., & Feiock, R. C. (2012). Bargaining, Networks, and Management of Municipal Development Subsidies. American Review of Public Administration, 42(4), 481 – 497.
Lee, Y., Feiock, R. C., & Lee, I. W. (2012). Network Embeddedness and Local Economic Development Collaboration: An Exponential Random Graph Analysis. Policy Studies Journal, 40(3), 547–573.
Outka, U., & Feiock, R. C. (2012). Local Promise for Climate Mitigation: An Empirical Assessment. William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 36(3), 635-70.
Feiock, R. C., & Bae, J. (2011). Politics, Institutions, and Entrepreneurship: City Decisions Leading to Inventoried Green House Gas Emissions. Carbon Management, 2(4), 443-453.
Feiock, R. C., & Ha, H. (2011). The Influence of Institutional Conditions on the Application of Cost-Benefit Analyses: Political Institutions and Decision Environments. Korean Journal of Policy Analysis and Evaluation, unkn.
Feiock, R. C., & Hawkins, C. (2011). Joint Ventures, Economic Development Policy, and the Role of Local Governing Institutions. American Review of Public Administration, 41, 329-347.
Feiock, R. C., & Shrestha, M. (2011). Transaction Cost, Exchange Embeddedness and Interlocal Cooperation in Local Public Goods Supply. Political Research Quarterly, 64(3), 573-87.
Lee, In-Won, Feiock, R. C., & Lee, Y. (2011). Competitors and Cooperators: A Micro-Level Analysis of Regional Collaboration Networks. Public Administration Review, 71(2), 253–262.
Choi, S. O., Bae, Sang-Seok, Kwon, Sung-Wook, & Feiock, R. C. (2010). County Limits: Policy Types and Expenditure Priorities. American Review of Public Administration, 40(1), 29-45.
Feiock, R. C., & Kang, I. S. (2010). Politics, Institutions and Comprehensive Planning in Florida Cities: A Spatial Lag Model. Korea Local Administration Review, 80(3), 161-182.
Feiock, R. C., Kwon, S., & Lee, I. (2010). Transaction Cost Politics and Local Service Production. International Review of Public Administration, 14(3), 1-16.
Feiock, R. C., Lee, I. W., Park, H. J., & Lee, Kyong-Hyung. (2010). Collaboration Networks Among Local Elected Officials: Information, Commitment, and Risk Aversion. Urban Affairs Review, 47(2), 241-62.
Kwon, Sung-Wook, & Feiock, R. C. (2010). Overcoming the Barriers to Cooperation: Intergovernmental Service Agreements. Public Administration Review, 70(6), 876-885.
Zhang, Y., & Feiock, R. C. (2010). City Managers' Policy Leadership in Council-Manager Cities. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 20, 461–476.
Feiock, R. C. (2009). Metropolitan Governance and Institutional Collective Action. Urban Affairs Review, 44(3), 357-77.
Feiock, R. C., & Jang, H. S. (2009). The Role of Nonprofits in Local Service Delivery. Public Administration Review, 70(July/August), 668-680.
Feiock, R. C., Park, J., & McCabe, B. (2009). Direct Democracy Provisions and Local Government Fiscal Choices. American Review of Public Administration, 40(4), 400-410.
Feiock, R. C., Steinacker, A., & Park, Hyung-Jun. (2009). Institutional Collective Action and Joint Ventures for Economic Development. Public Administration Review, 69(March/April), 256-270.
Kwon, M., Berry, F., & Feiock, R. C. (2009). Understanding the Adoption and Timing of Economic Development Strategies in U.S. Cities Using Innovation and Institutional Analysis. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19, 967-88.
Lubell, M., Feiock, R. C., & Handy, S. (2009). City Adoption of Environmentally Sustainable Policies in California's Central Valley. Journal of the American Planning Association, 75(3), 293-308.
Lubell, M., Feiock, R. C., & Ramirez, E. (2009). Local Institutions and the Politics of Urban Growth. American Journal of Political Science, 53(3), 649-665.
Shrestha, M., & Feiock, R. C. (2009). Governing U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Self-Organizing and Multiplex Service Networks. American Politics Research, 37(5), 801-823.
Lamothe, S., Lamothe, M., & Feiock, R. C. (2008). Examining Local Government Service Delivery Arrangements over Time. Urban Affairs Review, 44(1), 27-56.
Feiock, R. C., Clinger, J., McCabe, B., & Park, H. J. (2008). The Impact of Leadership Turnover on Local Officials Time Horizons: Municipal Borrowing Decisions. The American Review of Public Administration, 38(1), 380-386.
Feiock, R. C., Lamothe, M., & Lamothe, S. (2008). When Do Governments Internalize Service Production? The Role of Fiscal Capacity. Public Administration Research, 22(1), 107-129.
Feiock, R. C., McCabe, B., Clinger, J., & Stream, C. (2008). Turnover among City Managers: The Role of Political and Economic Change. Public Administration Review, 68(2)(March/April), 380-387.
Feiock, R. C., Moon, M. J., & Park, H. J. (2008). Is the World 'Flat,' or 'Spiky'? Rethinking the Governance Implications of Globalization for Economic Development. Public Administration Review, 68(1)(January/Februa, 24-35.
Feiock, R. C., Tavares, A., & Lubell, M. (2008). Policy Instrument Choices for Growth Management and Land Use Regulation. Policy Studies Journal, 36(3), 461-480.
Jang, Hee-Soun, & Feiock, R. C. (2007). Public and Private Funding Reliance of Nonprofit Organizations: Implications for Interorganizational Collaboration. Public Productivity and Management Review, 31(2), 174 – 190.
Feiock, R. C. (2007). Rational Choice and Regional Governance. Journal of Urban Affairs, 29(1)(Winter), 49-65.
Feiock, R. C., Clingermayer, J., Sherestha, M., & Dasse, C. (2007). Contracting and Sector Choice Across Different Types of Municipal Services. State and Local Government Review, 39(Fall)#2, 72-84.
Feiock, R. C., & Park, Hyung-Jun. (2007). Institutional Collective Action, Social Capital and Regional Development Partnerships. International Review of Public Administration, 11(Winter)# 2, 57- 69.
Feiock, R. C., & Kang, In-Sung. (2006). Politics, Institutions, and the Adoption of Innovative Growth Management Policy. Journal of Public Administration and Management (Korea), 16(3), 293-320.
Feiock, R. C., & Jeong, Moon-Gi. (2006). Impact Fees, Growth Management and Development: A Contractual Approach to Local Policy and Governance. Urban Affairs Review, 41(6), 749-68.
Feiock, R. C., & Kang, In-Sung. (2006). Implementation of Growth Management Policy in Florida Cities: Zoning Approval and Regulatory Policy Enforcement. International Review of Public Administration, 11(Summer)#1, 85-99.
Feiock, R. C., Park, H. J., & Kang, In-Sung. (2006). City County Consolidation Efforts: Selective Incentives and Institutional Choice. Journal of Local Government Studies, (Summer), unkn.
Feiock, R. C., & Baer, S. E. (2005). Private Governments in Urban Areas: Political Contracting and Collective Action. American Review of Public Administration, 35(1), 42-56.
Feiock, R. C., & Yang, Seung-Bum. (2005). Factors Affecting Constitutional Choice: The Case of the Recall in Municipal Charters. State and Local Government Review, 37 #1(Winter), 40-48.
Lubell, M., Feiock, R. C., & Ramierez, E. (2005). Political Institutions and Conservation by Local Governments. Urban Affairs Review, 40(July), 706-729.
McCabe, B., & Feiock, R. C. (2005). Nested Levels of Institutions: State Rules and City Property Taxes in the Shadow of the Law. Urban Affairs Review, 40(May), 634-654.
Feiock, R. C. (2004). Politics, Governance, and the Complexity of Local Land Use Regulation. Urban Studies, 41(2), 363-77.
Feiock, R. C., & Bae, S. S. (2004). The Flypaper Effect Revisited: Intergovernmental Grants and Local Governance. International Journal of Public Administration, 27(8), 577-96.
Feiock, R. C., Clingermayer, J., & Stream, C. (2003). Governmental Uncertainty and Leadership Turnover: Influences on Contracting and Sector Choice for Local Services. State and Local Government Review, 35(3)(Fall), 150-161.
Feiock, R. C., Dasse, C., & Clingermayer, J. (2003). Contractor and Sector Choices for Delivery of Municipal Services. Public Management Review (UK), 5(2)(Spring), 1-14.
Feiock, R. C., Jeong, Moon-Gi, & Kim, J. (2003). Credible Commitment and Council Manager Government: Implications for Policy Instrument Choice. Public Administration Review, 63(5)(Sept/Oct), 568-577.
Feiock, R. C. (2002). A Quasi-Market Framework for Local Economic Development Competition. Journal of Urban Affairs, 24, 123-42.
Feiock, R. C., & Carr, J. (2002). Who Becomes Involved in City-County Consolidation? Findings from County Officials in 35 Communities. State and Local Government Review, 34(Spring), 78-94.
Feiock, R. C., & Jeong, Moon-Gi. (2002). Regulatory Reform and Urban Economic Development. State and Local Government Review, 34(Fall), 153-60.
Feiock, R. C., & Carr, J. (2001). The Consequences of State Incentives and Constraints for Municipal Annexation Decisions. Political Research Quarterly, 54(June), 459-470.
Feiock, R. C., & Carr, J. (2001). Incentives, Entrepreneurs, and Boundary Change: A Collective Action Framework. Urban Affairs Review, 36(January), 382-405.
Feiock, R. C., & Kim, J. (2001). Form of Government, Administrative Organization, and Economic Development. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 11(January), 29-49.
Feiock, R. C. (2001). Regulatory Reform, Property Rights, and Economic Development. Journal of Public Administration, 23(9), unkn.
Feiock, R. C., Ahmed, S., Stream, C., Clingermayer, J. C., & McCabe, B. (2001). Politics, Administration, and Manager Turnover. State and Local Government Review, 33(Spring), 101-108.
Feiock, R. C., & Kalan, L. (2001). Assessing the Performance of Solid Waste Recycling Programs Over Time. American Review of Public Administration, 31, 22-32.
Feiock, R. C., & Stream, C. (2001). Environmental Protection and Economic Development: A False Tradeoff? Public Administration Review, 61(May/June), 272-280.
Feiock, R. C., & Carr, J. (2000). Private Incentives and Academic Entrepreneurs: The Promotion of City/County Consolidation. Public Administration Quarterly, 24(Summer), 221-246.
Carr, J., & Feiock, R. C. (1999). Metropolitan Government and Economic Development. Urban Affairs Review, 35(January), 476-488.
Feiock, R. C., & Storm, R. (1999). Economic Development Consequences of State Support for Higher Education. State and Local Government Review, 31, 97-105.
Feiock, R. C., & Tao, J. (1999). Directing Benefits to Need: The Distributive Consequences of Urban Economic Development. Economic Development Quarterly, 13, 55-66.
Johnson, L., & Feiock, R. C. (1999). Revolutionary Change in Local Governance: Revisiting the Rosenbaum and Kamerer Theory of Successful City-County Consolidation. Journal of Political Science, 27(Fall), 21-25.
Feiock, R. C., & Stream, C. (1998). Explaining the Tenure of Local Government Managers. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 8(January), 117-130.
Feiock, R. C., & Cable, G. (1998). State Adoptions of Economic Development Policies: An Event History Analysis. Journal of Political Science, 26(Fall), 1-15.
Feiock, R. C. (1997). Growth Management, Economic Development, and The Institutions of Local Government. Korea Journal of Public Administration, 13, 164-182.
Feiock, R. C., & Carr, J. (1997). A Reassessment of City/County Consolidation: Economic Development Impacts. State and Local Government Review, 29(Fall), 166-171.
Feiock, R. C., & Clingermayer, J. (1997). Leadership Turnover, Transaction Costs, and External Service Delivery. Public Administration Review, 57(May/June), 231-240.
Feiock, R. C., & Clingermayer, J. (1995). Distribution and Redistribution in Economic Development: City Council Member Support for Targeting of Economic Development Policy Benefits. Journal of Politics, 57, 508-520.
Feiock, R. C., & Dye, T. R. (1995). State Income Tax Adoption and Economic Growth. Social Science Quarterly, 76, 648-54.
Feiock, R. C., & Seamon, F. (1995). Political Participation and City/County Consolidation: Jacksonville-Duval County. International Journal of Public Administration, Fall, unkn.
Feiock, R. C. (1994). The Political Economy of Growth Management: Local Impacts of The Florida Growth Management Act. American Politics Quarterly, 22, 208-20.
Feiock, R. C., & Clingermayer, J. (1994). Campaigns, Careerism and Constituencies: Contacting Council Members about Economic Development. American Politics Quarterly, 22, 453-468.
Feiock, R. C., & Brierly, A. (1993). The Political Economy of State Economic Growth: A Production Function Approach. Political Research Quarterly, unkn.
Feiock, R. C., & West, J. (1993). "Testing Competing Explanations for Policy Adoption: Municipal Solid Waste Recycling Programs. Political Research Quarterly, unkn.
Feiock, R. C., Kim, J., & Cable, G. (1993). The Consequences of Institutionalized Access for Economic Development Policymaking in U.S. Cities. Economic Development Quarterly, 7, 91-97.
Feiock, R. C., & Clingermayer, J. (1993). Constituencies, Campaign Support and Council Member Intervention in City Development Policy. Social Science Quarterly, 74, 199-215.
Feiock, R. C., Dubnick, M., & Mitchell, J. (1993). State Economic Development Policies and National Economic Growth. Public Administration Quarterly, 16, 55-67.
Barrilleaux, C., Feiock, R. C., & Crew, R. (1992). Indicators and Correlates of American States Administrative Characteristics. State and Local Government Review, 24, unkn.
Feiock, R. C., & Cable, G. (1992). Need, Institutional Arrangements, and Economic Development Policy. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 2, 387-98.
Feiock, R. C., & Clingermayer, J. (1992). Development Policy Choice: Four Explanations for City Implementation of Economic Development Policies. American Review of Public Administration, 22, 49-65.
Feiock, R. C., & Davis, C. (1992). Testing Theories of Social Regulation: A Reassessment of Hazardous Waste Regulation in the American States. American Politics Quarterly, 20, 501-511.
Feiock, R. C., & Haley, M. (1992). The Political Economy of State Environmental Regulation: The Distribution of Regulatory Burdens. Policy Studies Review, 11, 158-164.
Feiock, R. C., West, J., & Lee, S. (1992). Managing Waste: Attitudes of Administrators and Environmentalists. Environment and Behavior, 20, 111-33.
Feiock, R. C. (1991). The Effects of Economic Development Policy on Local Economic Growth. American Journal of Political Science, 35, 343-55.
Feiock, R. C., & Davis, C. (1991). Can State Hazardous Waste Regulation Be Reconciled With Economic Development: A Test of the Rowland-Goetze Model. American Politics Quarterly, 19, unkn.
Feiock, R. C., & Rowland, C. K. (1991). Environmental Regulation and Economic Development: The Movement of Chemical Production Among States. Western Political Quarterly, 561-76.
Feiock, R. C., & West, J. (1991). The Implementation of Local Solid Waste Policies in Florida. Journal of Environmental Systems, 20, 71-90.
Clingermayer, J., & Feiock, R. C. (1990). The Adoption of Four Economic Development Policies in Large Cities. Policy Studies Journal, 18, 539-52.
Feiock, R. C. (1990). Support for State Economic Development Policies by Lower Courts in the U.S. American Politics Quarterly, 17, 96-104.
Feiock, R. C., & West, J. (1990). Public Participation and Collective Bargaining. Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector, 19, 69-82.
Feiock, R. C. (1989). Adoption of Economic Development Policies by State and Local Governments. Economic Development Quarterly, 3, 266-70.
Feiock, R. C., & West, J. (1989). Support for Sunshine Bargaining: The Florida Experience. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 9, 28-50.
Feiock, R. C. (1988). Local Government Economic Development Incentives and Urban Economic Growth. Public Administration Quarterly, 12, 140-50.
Feiock, R. C. (1988). Measuring Service Inequality: The Distributional Incidence of Municipal Services. Public Administration Quarterly, 11, 90-100.
Feiock, R. C., & Mitchell, J. (1988). Government Growth in the American States: An Empirical Test of Competing Explanations. State and Local Government Review, 20, 51-58.
Feiock, R. C., & Clingermayer, J. (1987). Municipal Representation, Executive Power and Economic Development Policy Adoption. Policy Studies Journal, 15, 211-230.
Feiock, R. C. (1986). Organizational Adaptation to Change in Institutional Task Environments: Local Chambers of Commerce. Mid-American Journal of Politics, 2, 67-76.
Feiock, R. C. (1986). The Effects of Urban Socioeconomic and Political Contexts on Support for Business in the Federal District Courts. Social Science Journal, 23, 267-276.
Feiock, R. C. (1986). The Political Economy of Urban Service Delivery: A Test of the Underclass Hypothesis. Journal of Urban Affairs, 8, 31-42.
  1   2


The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2016
send message

    Main page