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  • Journal Articles

    Journal Articles

    35. Feeney, Mary K., Bernal, M., and Bowman, L. (forthcoming). Enabling Work? Family-friendly Policies and Academic Productivity for Men and Women Scientists. Science and Public Policy.

    34. Feeney, M.K., Johnson, T., and Welch, E.W. (2013). Methods for Identifying Translational Researchers. Evaluation and the Health Professions. September 23, 2013, doi: 10.1177/0163278713504583.

    33. Wedajoo, A.S. and Welch, E.W. (forthcoming). Trading-off Use Restriction and Benefit-Sharing for Genetic Materials for Food and Agriculture with Emphases on Upfront Payment. German Society of Economic and Social Sciences in Agriculture.

    32. de Oliveira, G. and Welch, E.W. (forthcoming). Social Media Use in Local Government: Linkage of Technology, Task, and Organizational Context. Government Information Quarterly.

    31. Huang W.L., Welch, E.W., and Corley, E. (Forthcoming). Public Sector Voluntary Iniatives: The Adoption of the Environmental Management System by Public Waste Water Treatment Facilities in the United States. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

    30. Feeney, M.K. and Welch, E.W. (forthcoming). Implenting Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Public Organizations: The Mediating Effects of Organization Routineness and Centralization on the Relationship Between ICT and Managerial Outcomes. 2013 Digital Government Research Conference, Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Conference Proceedings.

    29. Welch, E.W., Shin, E.J., and Long, J. (2013). Potential Effects of the Nagoya Protocol on the Exchange of Non-plant Genetic Resources for Scientific Research: Actors, Paths, & Consequences. Ecological Economics.

    28. Parker, M.A., and Welch, E.W. (forthcoming). Professional Networks, Science Ability, and Gender Determinants of Three Types of Leadership in Academic Science and Engineering. Leadership Quarterly.

    27. Haller, M.K., and Welch, E.W. (forthcoming). Structural and Cognitive Determinants of Entrepreneurship: The Role of Networks and Heuristics in Grant Seeking Behavior and Grant Success of Scientists in Six Fields. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.

    26. Grimmelikhuijsen, S., and Welch, E.W. (2012). Factors Determining the Transparency of Air Pollution Information?: Factors affecting Internet information transparency of local government. Public Administration Review, 72(4): 562-571.

    25. Feeney, M,K., and Welch, E.W. (2012). E-Government and Perceived Outcomes for Local Government Managers.Public Management Review, 14(6): 815-833.

    24. Feeney, M.K, and Welch, E.W. (2012). Academic Outcomes Among Principal Investigators, Co-Principal Investigators, and Non-PI Researchers. Journal of Technology Transfer., DOI: 10.1007/s10961-012-9272-9.

    23. Li, Meng-Hao, and Feeney, M.K. (2012). Adoption of Electronic Technologies in U.S. Local Governments: Distinguishing Between e-Services and Communication Technologies.American Review of Public Administration, October 10, 2012. DOI:10.1177/0275074012460910.

    22. Welch, E.W. (2012).The Relationship Between Transparent and Participative Government: A Study of Local Governments in the United States. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 78(1): 93-115.

    21. Feeney, M.K., and Welch, E.W. (2012). Realized Publicness at Public and Private Research Universities. Public Administration Review, 72(2): 272-284.

    20. Huang, W.L, Feeney, M.K., and Welch, E.W. (2011). Organizational and Individual Determinants of Patent Production of Academic Scientists and Engineers in the United States. Science and Public Policy, 38(6):463-479.

    19. Figler, S., Sriraj, P.S., Yavuz, N., and Welch, E.W. (2011). Customer Loyalty and the CTA Bus: Results from the 2008 CTA Customer Satisfaction Survey. Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2216: 148-156.

    18. Feeney, M. K., and Bernal, M. (2010). Women in STEM Networks: Who Seeks Adviceand Support from Women Scientists? Scientometrics, 85(3):767-790.

    17. Jha, Y., and Welch, E.W. (2010). Relational Mechanisms Governing Multifaceted Collaborative Behavior of Academic Scientists in Six Fields of Science and Engineering. Research Policy, 39(9):1174-1184.

    16. Welch, E.W., Pandey, S.K., and Yavuz, N. (2010). Multiple Measures of Website Effectiveness and their Effect on Service Quality in Health and Human Service Agencies. Advances in Management Information Systems, Volume 17.

    15. Yavuz, N., and Welch, E.W. (2010). Addressing Fear of Crime in Public Space: Gender Differences in Reaction to Safety Measures in Train Transit. Urban Studies, 47(12): 2491-2515.

    14. Mattingly, M., Sriraj, P.S.,Welch, E.W., and Bojraj, B.(2010). Measuring and Assessing Perceptions of Success in a Transit Agency Stakeholder Involvement Program. Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2174: 89-98.

    13. Ponomariov, B, Welch, E.W., and Melkers, J. (2009). Assessing the Outcomes of Student Involvement in Research: Educational Outcomes in an Engineering Research Center. Research Evaluation, 18(4): 313-322.

    12. Welch, E.W., and Barnum, D. (2009). Joint Environmental and Cost Efficiency Analysis of Electricity Generation. Ecological Economics, 68(8-9): 2336-2343.

    11. Johns, K., Khovanova, K., and Welch, E.W. (2009). End User Acceptance of Alternative Fuel Vehicles in Du Page County, Illinois. Environmental Behavior, 41(3): 402-426.

    10. Jacob, B., Welch, E.W., and Simms, T. (2009). Emergent Management Strategies in a Public Agency: A Case Study of Alternative Fuel Vehicles. Public Organization Review, 9(3): 213-234.

    9. Wu, Y, and Melkers, J. (2009). Evaluating the Improved Research Capacity of EPSCoR States: R&D Funding and Collaborative Networks in the NSF EPSCoR Program. Review of Policy Research, 26(6): 761–782.

    8. Wu, Y. (2009). NSF’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR): Subsidizing Academic Research or State Budgets? Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 28(3): 479-495.

    7. Wu, Yonghong. (2008). State R&D Tax Credit and High-technology Establishments. Economic Development Quarterly, 22(2): 136–148.

    6. Haller, M.K. (2008). Rethinking Collaborative Entrepreneurship: The Impact of Networks and Cognitions on Research Opportunities. PhD Dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago.

    5. Welch, E.W., and Mori, Y. (2008). The ISO 13001 Environmental Management Standard in Japan: Results from a National Survey of Facilities in Four Industries. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 51(3): 421-445.

    4. Welch, E.W., and Pandey, S.K. (2007). E-Government and Bureaucracy: Toward a Better Understanding of Intranet Implementation and Its Effects on Red Tape. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 17(3): 379-404.

    3. Welch, E.W., Yavuz, N., and Sriraj, P.S. (2007). Individual and Neighborhood Determinants of Perceptions of Bus and Train Safety in Chicago: An Application of Hierarchical Linear Modeling. Transportation Research Record. Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2034: 19-26.

    2. Welch, E.W., Haller, M.K., Fulla, S., and Lin, J. (2007). Economic Costs and Environmental Impacts of Alternative Fuel Vehicle Fleets in Local Government: An Interim Assessment. Transportation Research. Part D. Transport and Environment, 12: 219-230.

    1. Wu, Y., Popp, D., and Bretschneider, S. (2007). The Effects of Innovation Policies on Business R&D: A Cross-national Empirical Study. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 16(4): 237–253.

  • Books & Book Chapters

    Books & Book Chapters

    10. Mossberger, K., Tolbert, C.J., & Franko, W. (2012) Digital Cities: The Internet and the Geography of Opportunity. New York: Oxford University Press.

    9. Mossberger, K., Clarke, S.E.,& John, P. (2012) The Oxford Handbook of Urban Politics. New York: Oxford University Press.

    8. Welch, E.W. (2012). The Rise of Participative Technologies in Government. In M.A. Shareef, N. Archer, Y.K. Dwivedi, A. Mishra, & S.K. Pandey (Eds.), Transformational Government through eGov Practice: Socio-economic, Cultural, and Technological Issues (pp. 347-367). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishers.

    7. Welch, E.W. (2012). Potential Implications of the Nagoya Protocol for the Livestock Sector. Editorial, Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics.

    6. Welch, E.W., Dedeurwaerdere, T., Louafi, S, & Batur, F. (2012).Global Scientific Research Commons for Biodiversity Based Innovation in Digitally Networked Environments: A Neglected Tool for Implementing the 2010 Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing. In E. Morgera, M. Buck and E. Tsioumani (Eds.), The Nagoya Protocol in Perspective: Implications for International Law and Implementation Challenges, Brill/Martinus Nijhoff.

    5. Welch, E.W., & Shin, E.J. (2012). Environmental Auditing and Compliance, Handbook of Sustainable Management, CN Madu and CH Kuei (Eds.), World Scientific Publishing.

    4. Jimenez, Benedict, Mossberger, K., & and Wu, Y. (2011). Municipal Government and the Interactive Web: Trends and Issues for Civic Engagement. In A. Manoharan & M. Holzer (Eds.), E-Governance andCivic Engagement: Factors and Determinants of E-Democracy. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 251-271.

    3. Welch, E.W., Zellner, M., & Hoch, C. (2011). Leaping Forward: Building Resilience by Communicating Vulnerability. In Planning for the Unthinkable: Building Resilience through Collaboration, Bruce Goldstein, (Ed). MIT Press.

    2. Mossberger, K., Tolbert, C.J.,& McNeal, R. (2008) Digital Citizenship: The Internet, Society and Participation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Second Printing, May 2010.

    1. Welch, E.W., Moon, M.J.,& Wong, W. (2007).What Drives Global E-governance: An Exploratory Study at a Macro Level In, K. Meier, G. Boyne and R. Walker, (Eds.), Public Service Performance, Perspectives on Measurement and Management, Cambridge University Press.

  • Reports

    Reports

    24. Flows under Stress: Availability of Plant Genetic Resources in Times of Climate and Policy Change. Working Paper No. 18, CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security. July 2012.

    23. External Evaluation Report: Alaska RII Cyberinfrastructure Award. Annual Report for Year 1. July 2012.

    22. New Hampshire EPSCoR: Enabling Technologies for Scientific Innovation through Sensor Development. 2007-2011, Final Report January 2012.

    21. External Evaluation Report: Alaska EPSCoR R1 Phase III: Resilience and Vulnerability in a Rapidly Changing North: The Integration of Biological, Social and Physical Processes. Annual Report for Year 5. June 2012.

    20. External Evaluation Report: New Hampshire NSF R1 EPSCoR Program: Interactions among Climate, Land Use, Ecosystem Services and Society. Annual Report for Year 1. May 2012.

    19. External Evaluation Report: Kansas EPSCoR Program Phase VI: Climate Change and Energy: Basic Science, Impacts, and Mitigation Annual Report for Year 3. June 2012.

    18. Transparency, Civic Engagement, and Technology Use in Local Government Agencies: Findings from a National Survey. June 2012.

    17. Social media, civic engagement and technology use in local government agencies: Findings from a national survey. University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 47 Pages. June 2012.

    16. Evaluating the Kansas EPSCoR Program Phase VI: Climate Change and Energy: Basic Science, Impacts, and Mitigation.Annual Report for Year 2. June 2011.

    15. Program Review and Guidance for the Maine IDEA Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE), AAAS External Panel Review Report. December 2011.

    14. Transparency, Civic Engagement, and Technology Use in State Government Agencies: Findings from a National Survey. Draft Report. June 2011.

    13. Transparency, Civic Engagement, and Technology Use in Local Government Agencies: Findings from a National Survey. Final Report April 2011.

    12. Evaluating the Kansas EPSCoR Program Phase VI: Climate Change and Energy: Basic Science, Impacts, and Mitigation. Annual Report for Year 2. June 2011.

    11. Transparency, civic engagement, and technology use in local government agencies: Findings from a national survey. University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. March 2011.

    12. Data on Federal Research and Development Investments: A Pathway to Modernization. Panel on Modernizing the Infrastructure of the National Science Foundation Funds Survey. 120 pages. Washington DC: The National Research Council. 2010.

    11. Interim Report, Emerging Markets Program: Interim Performance Report, Access and Benefit Sharing for Genetic Resources Used in US Food and Agriculture Exports, Foreign Agricultural Service. 2010.

    10. Evaluating the Kansas EPSCoR Program Phase VI: Climate Change and Energy: Basic Science, Impacts, and Mitigation. Annual Report for Year 1. December 2010.

    9. Evaluating the Alaska EPSCoR Phase III: Resilience and Vulnerability in a Rapidly Changing North: The Integration of Biological, Social and Physical Processes. Annual Report for Year 3. August 2010.

    8. Evaluating the Maine EPSCoR Sustainability Science Initiative. Annual Report for Year 1. March 2010.

    7. Evaluating the Landscape, Ecological and Anthropogenic Processes (LEAP) Program, National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (NSF-IGERT). Annual Report for Year 2. April 2010.

    6. Evaluating the Landscape, Ecological and Anthropogenic Processes (LEAP) Program, National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (NSF-IGERT). Annual Report for Year 1. February 2009.

    5. Evaluating the Alaska EPSCoR Phase III: Resilience and Vulnerability in a Rapidly Changing North: The Integration of Biological, Social and Physical Processes. Annual Report for Year 2. August 2009.

    4. Positioning the Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement as a Leader in the Use of Technology to Enhance Collaborative Governance. Science, Technology and Environment Policy Lab. Graduate Program in Public Administration. University of Illinois at Chicago. 2009.

    3. Evaluating the LEAP IGERT Program for Year I. 2009.

    2. How Concentrated Poverty Matters for the "Digital Divide": Motivations, Social Networks and Resources. 2007.

    1. Evaluating the Mid-America Earthquake Center (MAE): Collaboration and Information Networks, Stakeholder Outcomes, and the Student Experience. Report to the NSF-ERC Mid-America Earthquake Center. November 2006.

  • CCTS Posters