Published Research on Water Governance Issues by Members of our Team.
27. Berardo, Ramiro, Tomas Olivier, and Anthony Lavers. 2015. “Environmental crises as shocks to an ecology of policy games: Evidence from the Parana River delta.” Review of Policy Research (forthcoming).
26. Berardo, Ramiro, Tanya Heikkila, and Andrea Gerlak. 2014. “Interorganizational Engagement in Collaborative Environmental Management: Evidence from the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24(3):697-719. Click here for access through the journal.
25. Hoffman, Matthew, Mark Lubell, and Vicken Hillis. 2014. “Linking Knowledge and Action through Mental Models of Sustainable Agriculture.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(36):13016–13021. Click here for access through the journal.
24. Berardo, Ramiro. 2014. “Bridging and Bonding Capital in Two-Mode Collaborative Networks.” Policy Studies Journal 42(2): 197-225. Click here for access through the journal.
23. Lubell, Mark, Garry Robins, and Peng Wang. 2014. “Policy Coordination in an Ecology of Water Management Games.” Ecology and Society (forthcoming). Click here for a pre-print.
22. Berardo, Ramiro. 2014. “The Evolution of Collaboration Networks in High Risk Social-Ecological Systems.” International Journal of the Commons 8(1):236-258. Click here for a copy.
21. Lubell, Mark and Jurian Edelenbos. 2013. “Integrated Water Resources Management: A Comparative Laboratory for Water Governance.” International Journal of Water Governance 1: 177–196.
20. Niles, Meredith, Mark Lubell, and Van Ryan Haden. 2013. “Perception and Responses to Climate Policy Risks Among California Farmers.” Global Environmental Change 23(6): 1752-1760. Click here for a copy.
19. Berardo, Ramiro. 2013. “The Coevolution of Perceptions of Procedural Fairness and Link Formation in Collaborative Networks.” Journal of Politics 75(3):686-700. Click here for a copy.
18. Niles, Meredith and Mark Lubell. 2012. “Integrative Frontiers in Environmental Policy Theory and Research.” Policy Studies Journal 40: 61-64. Click here for an on-line copy.
17. Berardo, Ramiro, Marcos Meyer, and Tomas Olivier. 2012. “Integrated Water Resources Management in Argentina: A view from the Adaptive Governance Literature.” International Journal of Water Governance 1(3/4):219-236. Click here to go to the journal website.
16. Berardo, Ramiro, and Andrea Gerlak. 2012. “Conflict and Cooperation along International Rivers: Crafting a Model of Institutional Effectiveness.” Global Environmental Politics 12(1):101-120. Click here for a copy.
15. Lubell, Mark and Lucas Lippert. 2011. “Integrated Regional Water Management: A Study of Collaboration or Water Politics-As-Usual in California, USA.” International Review of Administrative Sciences 77(1): 76. Click here to access the journal’s article page.
14. Berardo, Ramiro, and John T. Scholz. 2010. “Micro-incentives and the Dynamics of Policy Networks.” American Journal of Political Science. 54(3):632-649. Click here for a copy.
13. Lubell, Mark, Henry Adam Douglas, and McCoy Mike. 2010. “Collaborative Institutions in an Ecology of Games.” American Journal of Political Science 54 (2):287-300. Click here to access the journal’s article page.
12. Berardo, Ramiro. 2010. “Sustaining Joint Ventures: The Role of Resource Exchange and the Strength of Inter-organizational Relationships.” In Feiock, Richard, and John Scholz (Editors). Self-Organizing Federalism: Collaborative Mechanisms to Mitigate Institutional Collective Action. New York: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 204-228. Click here to access the book’s Amazon page.
11. Berardo, Ramiro. 2009. “Processing Complexity in Networks: A Study of Informal Collaboration and its effect on Organizational Success.” Policy Studies Journal.37(3):521-539. Click here for a copy.
10. Berardo, Ramiro. 2009. “Generalized Trust in Multi-organizational Policy Arenas: Studying its Emergence from a Network Perspective.” Political Research Quarterly.62(1):178-189. Click here for a copy.
9. Lubell, Mark, and Allan Fulton. 2008. “Local Policy Networks and Agricultural Watershed Management.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18 (4):673-96. Click here to access the journal’s article page.
8. Scholz, John T., Ramiro Berardo, and Brad Kile. 2008. “Do Networks Solve Collective Action Problems? Credibility, Search, and Collaboration.” Journal of Politics 70(2): 393-406. Click here for a copy.
7. Scholz, John T. and Cheng-Lung Wang. 2006. “Cooptation or Transformation? Local Policy Networks and Federal Regulatory Enforcement.” American Journal of Political Science 50(1): 81-97. Click here for a copy.
6. Berardo, Ramiro. 2005. “The East Central Florida Regional Water Supply Planning Initiative: Creating collaboration”. In Scholz, John T. and Bruce Stiftel (eds.) Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future Press .Click to access the book’s Amazon page.
5. Scholz, John and Bruce Stiftel, editors. 2005. Adaptive Governance and Water Conflicts.Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future. Click to access the book’s Amazon page.
4. Lubell, Mark. 2004. “Collaborative Watershed Management: A View from the Grassroots.” Policy Studies Journal 32 (3): 321-341.
3. Lubell, Mark. 2004. “Resolving Conflict and Building Cooperation in the National Estuary Program.” Environmental Management 33 (5): 677-691. Click here to access the journal’s article page.
2. Schneider, Mark, Mark Lubell, John T. Scholz, Denisa Midruta, and Matt Edwards. 2003. “Building Consensual Institutions: Networks and the National Estuary Program ”American Journal of Political Science 47:143-158. Click here for a copy.
1. Lubell, Mark, John Scholz, Mark Schneider, and Mihriye Mete. 2002. “Watershed Partnerships and the Emergence of Collective Action Institutions” American Journal of Political Science 46: 148-163. Click here for a copy.