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Publications in PPA
Our PPA Faculty often publish research in academic journals. This page will be updated frequently with recent and new publications by our faculty members.
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Rob Wassmer, Professor & Chair
- Robert W. Wassmer and Imaez Wahid: "Does the Likely Demographics of Affordable Housing Justify NIMBYism?", Journal of Housing Policy Debate.
- Robert W. Wassmer and Joshua A. Williams: "The Influence of Regulation on Residential Land Prices in United States Metropolitan Areas", Journal of Policy Department and Research.
- Robert W. Wassmer: Do Higher Land Costs for New Single-Family Housing Inhibit Economic Activity in U.S. Metropolitan Areas?, Economic Development Quarterly.
Edward Lascher, Professor
- Brian E. Adams, Edward L. Lascher Jr., Danielle Joesten Martin: "Ballot Cues, Business Candidates and Voter Choices in Local Election", Journal of American Politics Research.
- Joshua Dyck and Edward L. Lascher Jr., "How California uses the initiative process to restrict civil rights", San Francisco Chronicle.
- Joshua J. Dyck, Wesley Hussey, Edward L. Lascher, Jr.: "American State Ballot Initiatives and Income Inequality", Journal of Politics and Governance.
Amal Kumar, Assistant Professor
- R. Todd Benson, Amal Kumar: "From the Old Normal to the Next Normal: Inequities in Faculty Hiring, Promotion, Tenure, and Advancement," The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
- Amal Kumar: "The origins and evolution of academic drift at the California
State University, 1960–2005," Higher Education
Ahrum Chang, Assistant Professor
- Gene. A. Brewer, Ahrum Chang: "Street-Level bureaucracy in public administration:
A systematic literature review," Public Management Review
- Ahrum Chang: "Resource Stability and Federal Agency Performance," American Review of Public Administration
- Ahrum Chang, Seong C. Kang, Brian N. Williams: "Does bureaucratic representation enhance overall organizational accountability in policing?" Wiley Public Administration