2017

Uebelherr, J., Hondula, D., & Johnston, E.W. (2017) Using Participatory Modeling to Enable Local Innovation Through Complexity Governance in Innovation Networks for Regional Development, Economic Complexity and Evolution. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-43940-2_9. Vermeulen, B, & Paier, M. (Eds.). Switzerland. Springer International Publishing. 

2017

Klasnja, P., Hekler, E., Korinek, E., Harlow, J. Cut a causal path: Optimizing knowledge accumulation in HCI research on health behavior change. Accepted by CHI Conference Proceedings.

2017

Nebeker, C., Espinoza, R., Harlow, J., Linares-Orozco, R. 2016. Ethical and regulatory challenges with emerging technologies: IRB perspectives. Submitted to IRB.

2017

Harlow, J., Hekler, E., Johnston, E., Yeh, Z. Hacking committee meetings: Information innovations in governance processes through iterative design. Submitted to Government Information Quarterly’s special issue on Agile Government.

2016

Treisman, C., Kelley, T.M., Johnston, E.W. Designing Successful Participatory Platforms with a Public Intent: Lessons Learned from Practitioners, Scholars, and Citizen Participants. International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior. 19 (4) 479-513.

2016

Kelley, T. & Johnston, E.W. (2016) Immersive Policy Learning: An Interactive Class Experiment. Journal of Public Administration Education 22 (1) 125 - 140

2016

Bixler, P., Wald, D., Ogden, L., Leong, K., Johnston, E.W., & Romolini, M. Network governance for large-scale natural resource conservation and the challenge of capture. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 14 (3), 165 – 171.

2016

Park, C. & Johnston, E.W. (forthcoming 2016) An Event-Driven Lens for Bridging Formal Organizations and Informal Online Participation: How Policy Informatics Enables Just-In-Time Responses to Crisis in Policy Analytics, Modeling, and Informatics: Innovative Tools for Solving Complex Social Problems. Gil-Garcia, J.R., Pardo, T.A., & Luna-Reyes, L.F. (Eds.).

2016

Imperial, Mark, T., Johnston, E.W., Pruett-Jones, M., Leong, K., & Thomsen, J. Sustaining the Useful Life of Network Governance: Life-Cycles and Developmental Challenges, Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 14 (3) 134 - 144. 

2016

Imperial, Mark., T., Ospina, S.,  Johnston, E.W., O’Leary, R., Williams, P., Johnson, S., & Tomsen, J. Understanding leadership in a world of shared problems: advancing network governance in large landscape conservation, Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 14 (3), 126 - 134. 

2016

Hondula DM, Kuras ER, Longo J, Johnston EW. Toward Precision Governance: Infusing Data into Public Management of Environmental Hazards. Public Management Review, in press

2016

Berisha V, Hondula DM¸ Roach M, White JR, McKinney B, Bentz D, Mohamed A, Uebelherr J, Goodin K, 2016. Assessing Adaptation Strategies for Extreme Heat: A Public Health Evaluation of Cooling Centers in Maricopa County, Arizona. Weather, Climate, and Society, in press. 

2016

Fraser AM, Chester MV, Eisenman D, Hondula DM, Pincetl SS, English P, Bondank E, 2016. Household Accessibility to Heat Refuges: Residential Air Conditioning, Public Cooled Space, and Walkability. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, in press. DOI: 10.1177/0265813516657342

2016

Longo J, Kuras ER, Smith H, Hondula DM, Johnston EJ, 2016. Technology Use, Exposure to Natural Hazards, and Being Digitally Invisible: Implications for Policy Analytics. Policy & Internet, in press. 

2015

Harlow, J., Bernstein, M., Girod, B., & Wiek, A. (2016). Consumption and sustainability. In: H. Heinrichs, P. Martens, G. Michelsen, & A. Wiek. (Eds.), Sustainability Science – An Introduction. New York: Springer.

2015

Longo, J. Hondula, D.M., Kuras, E.R., Smith, H., Sevig, M., Johnston, E.W. Big Data for Policy Making: Implications of the Digitally Invisible. 2015 International Conference on the Partnership for Progress on the Digital Divide. Scottsdale, Arizona.

2015

Longo, J., Wald, D.M. & Hondula, D.M. 2015. The Future of Policy Informatics. In, Johnston, E. W. (Ed.). Governance in the Information Era: Theory and Practice of Policy Informatics. New York: Routledge.

2015

Longo, J. 2015. "The Future of Computer-Supported Policy Analysis: Openness, Collaboration, Collective Intelligence and Competition." Forthcoming in Edward A. Parson (ed.) A Subtle Balance: Expertise, Evidence, and Democracy in Policy Policy Governance, 1970-2010. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

2015

Kuras, E.R., Hondula, D.M., Brown-Saracino, J. 2015. Heterogeneity in Individually Experienced Temperatures (IETs) within an Urban Neighborhood: Insights from a New Approach to Measuring Heat Exposure. International Journal of Biometeorology doi: 10.1007/s00484-014-0946-x

2015

Haynes, N., Jacobson, S., and Wald, D.M. (2015, early view). A Life Cycle Analysis of Minority Underrepresention in Natural Resource Fields. Wildlife Society Bulletin.

2015

Hondula, D. M., Davis, R. E., Saha, M. V., Wegner, C. R., & Veazey, L. M. (2015). Geographic dimensions of heat-related mortality in seven US cities. Environmental research, 138, 439-452.

2015

Hondula D.M., Balling Jr. R.C., Vanos J.K., Georgescu M., 2015. Rising Temperatures, Human Health, and the Role of Adaptation. Current Climate Change Reports, in press.

2015

Cohen, M., Wiek, A., Kay, B., & Harlow, J. (2015) Aligning public participation to stakeholders’ sustainability literacy – a case study on sustainable urban development in Phoenix, Arizona. Sustainability 7(7):8709-8728.

2014

Hondula, D. M., Krishnamurthy, R. (2014).  Book Review: Emergency Management in the Era of Social Media, Public Administration Review, 74(2), 274-277.  Access Article.

2014

Lampe, C., Zube, P., Lee, J., Park, C. H., and Johnston, E. (2014).  Crowdsourcing civility: A natural experiment examining the effects of distributed moderation in online forums.  Government Information Quarterly. 317-326. Access Article.

2014

Hondula, D. M., and Barnett, A. G. (2014). Heat-Related Morbidity in Brisbane, Australia: Spatial Variation and Area-Level Predictors.  Envirornmental Health Perspecties. 122(8), 831-836. Access Article.

2014

Wald, D.M., and Jacobson, S. K. (2014). A Multivariate Model of Stakeholder Preference for Lethal Cat Management.  Plos One, 9(4), 1-9. Access Article.

2014

Till, B. C., Longo, J., Dobell, A. R., and Driessen, P. F. (2014).  Self-organizing maps for latent sementic analysis of free-form text in support of public policy analysis.  WIREs Data Mining Knowl Discov. 4, 71-86. Access Article.

2014

Jacobson, S.K., Wald, D.M., Haynes, N., & Sakurai, R. (2014). Urban Wildlife Communication and Negotiation, In, R. McCleery, C. Moorman & N. Peterson (Eds.). Urban Wildlife Conservation: Theory and Practice.  New York, NY: Springer Verlag

2014

Lampe, C., Zube, P., Lee, J., Park, C. H., & Johnston, E. (2014). Crowdsourcing civility: A natural experiment examining the effects of distributed moderation in online forums. Government Information Quarterly, 31(2), 317-326. doi:10.1016/j.giq.2013.11.005.

2014

Auer, J., Kao, C., Johnston E., Hemphill, L., & Teasley, S. (2014) The Uncertainty Challenge of Contingent Collaboration. Human Resources Management Journal, 24(4). doi: 10.1111/1748-8583.12045. First published online: August 8, 2014.

2014

Kelley, T. & Johnston, E. (Under review). Immersive Policy Learning: An Interactive Class Experiment. Journal of Public Administration Education.

2014

Hondula D.M., Georgescu M., Balling Jr. R.C., 2014. Challenges associated with projecting urbanization-induced heat-related mortality. Science of the Total Environment 490C 538-544. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.04.130.

2014

Hondula D.M., Davis R.E., 2014. The predictability of high-risk zones for heat-related mortality in seven U.S. cities. Natural Hazards. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-014-1213-5.

2013

Hu, Q. Johnston, E., Hemphill, L. (2013). Fostering cooperative community behavior with IT tools: The influence of a designed deliberative space on efforts to address collective challenges. Journal of Community Informatics, 9(1).  Access article.

2013

Treisman, C.,Johnston, E.,Maroulis, S.,Kelley, T.,Krishnamurthy, R. (2013). The Policy Challenge: Reflections on and lessons learned from designing and conducting a participatory platform with a public intent, Phoenix, AZ: ASU School of Public Affairs and Center for Policy Informatics.the_policy_challenge_report.pdf

2013

Treisman, C., Johnston, E., Kelley, T., Krishnamurthy, R.. (2013). A report on the NSF workshop: Participatory platforms with a public intent - Critical reflections and future practices, Phoenix, AZ: ASU Center for Policy Informatics.nsf_workshop_report.pdf

2013

Krishnamurthy, R., Desouza, K., Johnston, E., Bhagwatwar, A. (2013). A glimpse into policy informatics – The case of participatory platforms that generate synthetic empathy, Communications of the Association of Information Systems, 33(21), 365-380. Access article.

2013

Saha, M. V., Davis, R. E., and Hondula, D. M. (2013). Mortality Displacement as a Function of Heat Event Strength in 7 US Cities. American Journal of Epidemiology. 179(4), 467-474. Access Article.

2013

Johnston, E., Krishnamurthy, R., Kelley, T., and Vinze, A. (2013). How Open Data Moves Us Closer to Precision Governance.  The IDEAS Quarterly Report, 14, 11-12. Access Article.

2013

Wald, D. M., Jacobson, S. K., and Levy, J. K. (2013). Outdoor cats: Identifying differences between stakeholder beliefs, percieived impacts, risk and management. Biological Conservation. 167, 414-424. Access Article.

2013

Johnston, E., Treisman, C., Kelley, T. (2013). Participatory platforms with a public intent. International Innovation, 12-13,participatory_platforms_with_a_public_intent_-_international_innovation_journal.pdf

2012

Hu, Q., Johnston, E., Hemphill, L., Krishnamurthy, R., Vinze, A. (2012). Exploring the role of interactive computer simulations in public administration education.  Journal of Public Affairs Education, 18(3), 513-530. Access article.

2011

Johnston, E., Hicks, D., Nan, N., Auer, J. (2011). Managing the inclusion process in collaborative governance. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 21(4), 699-721. Access article.

2011

Johnston, E., Hu, Q., Auer, J. (2011). Lost in translation: Overcoming barriers to integrating evidence with practice. International Journal of Critical Infrastructure7(4), 317-334. Access article.

2011

Kim, Y., Johnston, E., & Kang, H. (2011). A computational approach to managing performance dynamics in networked governance systems. Public Performance & Management Review, 34(4), 580-597. Access article

2008

Johnston, E., Nan, N., Zhong, W., Hicks, D. (2008). Between implementation and outcomes, growth matters: Validating an agent-based modeling approach for understanding collaboration process management. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 13(3), 1-31. Access article.

2008

Hicks, D., Larson, C., Nelson, C., Olds, D., Johnston, E. (2008). The influence of collaboration on program outcomes: The Colorado Nurse-Family Partnership. Evaluation Review, 32(5), 453-477. Access article.

2007

Johnston, E., Kim, Y., Ayyangar, M. (2007). Intending the unintended: The act of building agent-based models as a regular source of knowledge generation.  Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems, 5(2), 81-91. Access article.