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Joshua SapotichneAssistant Professor, Political Science
American public policy and urban politics
The changing relationship between the US national government and American cities, the impacts of state institutions and policies on the priorities and fiscal behavior of city governments, and the optimal design of local governments.
Sapotichne, Joshua, Peter J. May, and Samuel Workman. 2009. "Widespread Policy Disruption and Interest Mobilization." Policy Studies Journal 37(4): 779-801.
Sapotichne, Joshua, Peter J. May, and Samuel Workman. 2009. "Widespread Policy Disruption: Terrorism, Public Risks, and Homeland Security." Policy Studies Journal 37(2): 171-194.
Sapotichne, Joshua, Bryan D. Jones, and Michelle Wolfe. 2007. "Is Urban Politics a Black Hole? Analyzing the Boundary Between Political Science and Urban Politics." Urban Affairs Review 43(1): 76-106.
Sapotichne, Joshua, Peter J. May, and Samuel Workman. 2006. "Policy Coherence and Policy Domains." Policy Studies Journal34(3): 381-403.