Benjamin Y. Clark
Benjamin Y. Clark
School of Planning, Public Policy and Management, University of Oregon
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Coproduction of government services and the new information technology: Investigating the distributional biases
BY Clark, JL Brudney, SG Jang
Public Administration Review 73 (5), 687-701, 2013
Evaluating the Validity and Reliability of the Financial Condition Index for Local Governments
BY Clark
Public Budgeting & Finance 35 (2), 66-88, 2015
The Policy Circle: A framework for analyzing the components of Family Planning
K Hardee, I Feranil, J Boezwinkle, BY Clark
Reproductive health, maternal health and HIV/AIDS policies. Policy working …, 2004
A Framework for Using Crowdsourcing in Government
BY Clark, N Zingale, J Logan, JL Brudney
International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age 3 (4), 57-75, 2016
Does More Federal Environmental Funding Increase or Decrease States
BY Clark, AB Whitford
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 30 (1), 17, 2011
Do advanced information technologies produce equitable government responses in coproduction: An examination of 311 systems in 15 US cities
BY Clark, JL Brudney, SG Jang, B Davy
The American review of public administration 50 (3), 315-327, 2020
Citizen Representation in City Government-Driven Crowdsourcing
BY Clark, JL Brudney
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 28 (5), 883-310, 2019
Does Technologically Enabled Citizen Participation Lead to Budget Adjustments? An Investigation of Boston, MA, and San Francisco, CA
BY Clark, T Guzman
American Review of Public Administration 47 (8), 945–961, 2017
The impacts of autonomous vehicles and e-commerce on local government budgeting and finance
BY Clark, N Larco, RF Mann
Available at SSRN 3009840, 2017
Investments in Scientific Research: Examining the Funding Threshold Effects on Scientific Collaboration and Variation by Academic Discipline
BY Clark, JJ Llorens
Policy Studies Journal 40 (4), 698–729, 2012
Influences and conflicts of federal policies in academic–industrial scientific collaboration
BY Clark
The Journal of Technology Transfer 36, 514-545, 2011
Improving Citizen Satisfaction with Local Government Using 311 Systems: The Case of San Francisco, California
BY Clark, M Shurik
Innovation in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors: A Public Solutions Handbook …, 2015
The effects of government academic and industrial policy on cross-university collaboration
BY Clark
Science & Public Policy 37 (5), 314-330, 2009
Designing property rights for water: mediating market, government, and corporation failures
AB Whitford, BY Clark
Policy Sciences 40 (4), 335-351, 2007
The effects of ride-hailing services on bus ridership in a medium-sized urban area using micro-level data: Evidence from the Lane Transit District
NS Ngo, T Götschi, BY Clark
Transport Policy 105, 44-53, 2021
Too much of a good thing? Frequent flyers and the implications for the coproduction of public service delivery
BY Clark, JL Brudney
Research Handbook on E-Government, 101-113, 2021
Revitalizing Distressed Older Suburbs: Case Studies in Alabama, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania
KW Hexter, EWN Hill, BY Clark, C Mikelbank, Brian A. and Post
The New American Suburb: Poverty, Race and the Economic Crisis, 213-246, 2015
Intelligence and Information Gathering Through Deliberative Crowdsourcing
BY Clark, N Zingale, J Logan
Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs 3 (1), 55-78, 2017
Policy adoption in dynamic international environments: evidence from national AIDS programs
BY Clark
Public Administration and Development 29 (5), 362–373, 2009
What does ride-hailing mean for parking? Associations between on-street parking occupancy and ride-hail trips in Seattle
BY Clark, A Brown
Case Studies on Transport Policy 9 (2), 775-783, 2021
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