David P. Carter
David P. Carter
Division of Public Affairs, University of Utah
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COVID-19 and the policy sciences: initial reactions and perspectives
CM Weible, D Nohrstedt, P Cairney, DP Carter, DA Crow, AP Durnová, ...
Policy sciences 53, 225-241, 2020
Making sense of the US COVID-19 pandemic response: A policy regime perspective
DP Carter, PJ May
Administrative Theory & Praxis 42 (2), 265-277, 2020
Institutional analysis with the institutional grammar
S Siddiki, T Heikkila, CM Weible, R Pacheco‐Vega, D Carter, C Curley, ...
Policy Studies Journal 50 (2), 315-339, 2022
Integrating core concepts from the institutional analysis and development framework for the systematic analysis of policy designs: an illustration from the US National Organic …
DP Carter, CM Weible, SN Siddiki, X Basurto
Journal of Theoretical Politics, DOI: 10.1177/0951629815603494, 0
Advancing policy process research at its overlap with public management scholarship and nonprofit and voluntary action studies
CM Weible, DP Carter
Policy Studies Journal 45 (1), 22-49, 2017
Capturing structural and functional diversity through institutional analysis: The mayor position in city charters
RC Feiock, CM Weible, DP Carter, C Curley, A Deslatte, T Heikkila
Urban Affairs Review 52 (1), 129-150, 2016
Public, Nonprofit, and For-Profit Sector Regulatory Approaches in Third-Party Regulatory Administration
DP Carter
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 2016
Assessing policy divergence: how to investigate the differences between a law and a corresponding regulation
DP Carter, CM Weible, SN Siddiki, J Brett, SM Chonaiew
Public Administration 93 (1), 159-176, 2015
The composition of policy change: comparing Colorado’s 1977 and 2006 smoking bans
CM Weible, DP Carter
Policy Sciences 48, 207-231, 2015
Collaborative governance or private policy making? When consultants matter more than participation in collaborative environmental planning
TA Scott, DP Carter
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 21 (2), 153-173, 2019
Administrative (de) centralization, performance equity, and outcome achievement in rural contexts: An empirical study of US child welfare systems
DJ Elgin, DP Carter
Governance 32 (1), 23-43, 2019
Balancing barriers to entry and administrative burden in voluntary regulation
DP Carter, TA Scott, N Mahallati
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 1 (3), 207-221, 2018
Coordinating intermediaries: The prospects and limitations of professional associations in decentralized regulation
DP Carter, N Mahallati
Regulation & Governance 13 (1), 51-69, 2019
Role perceptions and attitudes toward discretion at a decentralized regulatory frontline: The case of organic inspectors
DP Carter
Regulation & Governance 11 (4), 353-367, 2017
An Institutional and Opinion Analysis of Colorado’s Hydraulic Fracturing Disclosure Policy
DPC Christopher M. Weible, Tanya Heikkila
Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 2016
Specialized governance and regional land-use outcomes: A spatial analysis of Florida community development districts
A Deslatte, TA Scott, DP Carter
Land Use Policy 83, 227-239, 2019
The formation and administration of multipurpose development districts: Private interests through public institutions
DP Carter, A Deslatte, TA Scott
Perspectives on Public Management and Governance 2 (1), 57-74, 2019
The consumer costs of food certification: A pilot study and research opportunities
DP Carter, A Cachelin
Journal of Consumer Affairs 53 (2), 652-661, 2019
Service diversification and service quality differences in the third-party administration of US organic regulations
DP Carter
Public Management Review, 2016
Assessing rule compliance and robustness in recreational resource management
DP Carter, CM Weible
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 16 (1), 117-139, 2014
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