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Judith Eleanor Innes, Ph.D.
Judith Innes is a Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning at University of California, Berkeley and consults with the Center on its research program. Dr. Innes has done considerable research and writing on the subjects of consensus building and collaborative planning and is currently working on two projects dealing with collaboration. Her other research interests include land use planning and growth management; environmental policy; institutional design, information use in planning and policy; transportation; planning theory and practice. Professor Innes advises the Center on its research and teaching programs.
Recent publications include “Reframing Public Participation: Strategies for the 21st Century” (With David E. Booher) Planning Theory and Practice (2004); "Outcomes of Collaborative Water Policy Making," (with Sarah Connick), Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, (2003), "Network Power in Collaborative Planning," (with David E. Booher) Journal of Planning Education and Research; "Collaborative Dialogue as a Policy Making Strategy," in Deliberative Policy Analysis: Understanding Governance in the Network Society. Maarten A. Hajer, and Hendrik Wagenaar eds. (2003); and "Evaluating Consensus Building," in Consensus Building Handbook, Lawrence Susskind, Sarah McKearnon, and Jennifer Thomas-Larmer, eds. (1999).
Dr. Innes holds a Ph.D. in Urban Studies and Planning from M.I.T. and a B.A. in English, cum laude, from Radcliffe College.