• Journal Articles

    • [ 2017 ]

      Swarup, S., Gohlke, J., Bohland, J.R. (2017) A Microsimulation Model of Population Heat Exposure, The 2nd International Workshop on Agent-based modelling of urban systems (ABMUS), to be held in conjunction with AAMAS 2017, São Paulo, Brazil, May 2017.

      Sathiakumar N, M Tipre, A Turner-Henson, L Chen, M Leader, J Gohlke. (2017). Post-Deepwater Horizon blowout seafood consumption patterns and community-specific levels of concern for selected chemicals among children in Mobile County, Alabama. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 220 (1): 1-7

    • [ 2016 ]

      Schwartz T.S., Pearson, P., Dawson, J., Allison, D.B., Gohlke, J.M. (2016). “Effects of fluctuating temperature and food availability on reproduction and lifespan.’ Experimental Gerontology (86) 62-72.

       

      Orr, M.G., Galea, S., Kaplan, G.K. (2016:In Press). “Understanding macrosocial policy using complex systems methods: A case study in population health.” Policy approaches to In Kaplan, G. K., (Eds), Growing Inequality: Bridging Complex Systems, Population Health, and Health Disparities. Westphalia Press: Washington, DC.

       

      Orr, M.G., Galea, S.G., Kaplan, G.A. (2016). “Neighborhood Food, Physical Activity, and Educational Environments and Black/White Disparities in Obesity: A Complex Systems Simulation Analysis.” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, (70) 862- 867.

       

      Orr M. G., Chen D.Y., Zhi Q., Gershon, R.R. (2016). Are we ready for mass fatality incidents? Preparedness of the US mass fatality infrastructure. Disaster Medicine & Public Health Preparedness, (10) 1 87-97.

       

      Orr M.G., Chen D. “Systems of behavior and human health.” (2016) Galea S, El-Sayed A, eds. New York: Oxford University Press; Systems Science and Population Health.

       

      Orr M.G., Chen D., Ziemer K. (2016) “Computational models of health behavior” In: Vallacher R, Nowak A, Read S, eds. Computational Models in Social Psychology. New York: Psychology Press/Routledge; In Press.

       

      Todd, C.S., Stanekzai, M.R., Nasir, A., Fiekert, K., Orr M.G., Strathdee, S. A., Vladhov, D. (2016). “Change in attitudes and knowledge of problem drug use and harm reduction among a community cohort in Kabul, Afghanistan.” Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, (22) 3, 107-116.

       

      Simundza, D. (2016) “When Should Governments Reveal Criminal Histories?” Review of Law and Economics, (12) 2, 311-331.

       

      Sun, X. & Tsang, K.P. (2016): "What Drives the Owner-Occupied and Rental Housing Markets? Evidence from an Estimated DSGE Model," forthcoming at Journal of Money Credit and Banking. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2511019 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2511019

       

      MacKenzie, C.A. and Zobel, C.W. (2016) "Allocating resources to enhance resilience, with application to Superstorm Sandy and an electric utility," Risk Analysis, (36) 4, 847- 862.

       

      Barker, K., Lambert, J.H., Zobel, C.W., Tapia, A., Ramirez-Marquez, J.E., McClay, L.A., Nicholson, C.D. and Caragea, C. (2016) "Defining Resilience Analytics for Interdependent Cyber-Physical-Social Networks," accepted by Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure.

       

      Chacko, J., Rees, L.P., Zobel, C.W., Rakes,T.R., Russell, R.S. and Ragsdale, C.T. (2016) "Decision support for long-range, community-based planning to mitigate against and recover from potential multiple disasters," Decision Support Systems, (87) 13-25.

       

      Arnette, A. and Zobel, C.W. (2016) “Investigation of Material Convergence in the September 2013 Colorado Floods,” Natural Hazards Review, 17(2).

       

    • [ 2015 ]

      Bieri, D.S. (2015). “Crowdfunding the City: The End of ‘Cataclysmic Money’? Environment & Planning A, 47(12), 2429–2435.

       

      Cowell, M., Gainsborough, J. and Lowe, K. (2015). “Homogenized Diversity: Economic visions in the Great Recession.” Journal of Urban Affairs.

       

      Bernhard, M.C., Kent, S.T., Sloan, M.E., Evans, M.B., McClure, L.A. and Gohlke, J.M. (2015). “Measuring personal heat exposure in an urban and rural environment.” Environmental Research 137: 410-418.

       

      Chan, M.P., Weinhold, R.S., Thomas, R., Gohlke, J.M. and Portier, C.J. (2015). “Environmental predictors of U.S. mortality patterns on a national basis.” PLoS One 10(12): e0137832.

       

      Bernhard, M.C., Li, P., Allison, D.B. and Gohlke, J. M. (2015). “Warm Ambient Temperature Decreases Food Intake in a Simulated Office Setting: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.” Frontiers in Nutrition, (2) 20. http://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2015.00020.

       

      Hester, R.J. (2015). “Cultural Competency Training and Indigenous Cultural Politics in California”, Latino Studies Vol. (13), No.3, pp.336-338.

       

      Moehler, M. (2015) “Rational Cooperation and the Nash Bargaining Solution.” Ethic Theory Moral Prac (18): 577-596.

       

      Orr, M.G., Shamat, S. (2015). “Reproductive health impact of a school health center.” Journal of Adolescent Health, (56): 338-344.

       

      Simundza, D. (2015) “Cream Puffs: Why Do Elite College Football Programs Schedule Games Against Vastly Inferior Opponents?” Journal of Sports Economics, pdoi:10.1177/1527002515609664.

       

      Leung, C.K.Y., Leung, T.C. & Tsang, K.P. (2015): "Tax-driven Bunching of Housing Market Transactions: the Case of Hong Kong," International Real Estate Review, 18(4): 473-501.

       

      Baghersad, M. and Zobel, C.W. (2015) "Economic impact of production bottlenecks caused by disasters impacting interdependent industry sectors." International Journal of Production Economics, (168): 71-80.

       

    • [ 2014 ]

      Cowell, M., Provo, J. (2014). Reshoring and the ‘Manufacturing Moment’. In John Bryson, Jennifer Clark, Vida Vanchan (Ed.), The Handbook of Manufacturing Industries in the World Economy. Edward Elgar.

       

      Datz, Giselle. 2014. “Varieties of Power in Latin American Pension Finance: Pension Fund Capitalism, Developmentalism and Statism”. Government and Opposition, vol. 49(3). (Special issue on “the Power of Finance before and after the Great Financial Crisis”).

       

      Datz, Giselle. 2014. “Sovereign Debt Default.” The International Studies Encyclopedia. Robert A. Denemark (Ed.). Blackwell Publishing, Blackwell Reference Online.

       

      Doke DA, SL Hudson, JA Dawson and JM Gohlke. (2014). Effects of early life exposure to methylmercury in Daphnia pulex on standard and reduced food ration. Reproductive Toxicology 49 pgs. 219-225.

       

      Fitzgerald TP, JM Gohlke. (2014). Contaminant levels in Gulf of Mexico reef fish after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill as measured by a fishermen-led testing program. Environ. Sci. Technol. 48(3): 1993-2000

       

      Crider, KG, EH Maples, JM Gohlke. (2014). Incorporating occupational risk in heat stress vulnerability mapping. Journal of Environmental Health 77(1): 16-22.

       

      Kent ST, McClure LA, Zaitchik BF, Smith TT, & JM Gohlke. (2014). Heat Waves and Health Outcomes in Alabama (USA): The Importance of Heat Wave Definition. Environ Health Perspect. 122(2): 151-8

       

      Porter, T, ST Kent, W Su, HM Beck, JM Gohlke. (2014). Birth outcomes in neighborhoods surrounding coke production and steel making facilities in Alabama, USA. Environmental Health 13: 85.

       

      Hester, R.J. (2014) Bodies in Translation: Public Health Promotion in Indigenous Mexican Migrant Communities in California, In: Alvarez, S., de Lima Costa, C., Feliú, F., Klahn, N., Hester, R.J., and Thayer, M. with Cruz C. Bueno, editors Translocalities/Translocalidades: Feminist Politics of Translation in the Latin/a Américas Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press.

       

      Clark, Mark, Howard Brody and Rebecca J Hester (2014) Patient-Professional Relationships, Health Humanities Reader, Therese Jones, Delese Wear, and Lester D. Freidman, ed., New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

       

      Lipschutz, Ronnie and Rebecca J Hester (2014) We are the Borg! Human Absorption into the Cellular Society,” in Uberveillance and the Social Implication of Microchip Implants: Emerging Technologies (Advances in Human and Social Aspects of Technology Book 3)

       

      Orr, M. G., Galea, S., Riddle, M., Kaplan, G. A. (2014). Reducing Racial Disparities in Obesity: Simulating the Effects of Improved Education and Social Network Influence on Diet Behavior. Annals of Epidemiology, 24, 563-69.

       

      Orr, M. G., Prescott, M. R., Cohen, G. H., Calabrese, J. R., Tamburrino, M. B., Liberzon, I., Galea, S. (2014). Potentially modifiable deployment characteristics and new-onset alcohol abuse or dependence in the US National Guard. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 142, 325-332

       

      Orr. M. G., & Plaut, D. C. (2014). Complex systems and health behavior change: Insights from cognitive science. American Journal of Health Behavior, 38(3), 404-413.

       

      Simundza, D. “Criminal Registries, Community Notification, and Optimal Avoidance,” International Review of Law and Economics, Vol. 39, August 2014, pp. 73-82. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0144818814000453

       

      Simundza, D. “Criminal Registries, Community Notification, and Optimal Avoidance,” International Review of Law and Economics, Vol. 39, August 2014, pp. 73-82.

       

      Madhav V. Marathe, Henning S. Mortveit, Nidhi Parikh, and Samarth Swarup. Prescriptive Analytics Using Synthetic Information. In, William H. Hsu (Ed.), Emerging Trends in Predictive Analytics: Risk Management and Decision Making, IGI Global: Hershey, PA.

       

      Samarth Swarup, Stephen G. Eubank, and Madhav V. Marathe. Computational Epidemiology as a Challenge Domain for Multiagent Systems. In Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), Paris, France, May 2014.

       

      Nidhi Parikh, Mina Youssef, Samarth Swarup, Stephen Eubank, and Youngyun Chungbaek. Cover Your Cough! Quantifying the Benefits of a Localized Healthy Behavior Intervention on Flu Epidemics in Washington DC. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction (SBP), Washington DC, USA.

       

      Sun, X. & Tsang, K.P. (2014): "Optimal Interest Rate Rule in a DSGE Model with Housing Market Spillovers," Economics Letters, 125(1), 47-51.

       

      Zobel, C.W. and L.Z. Khansa. "Characterizing multi-event disaster resilience," Computers & Operations Research - special issue on MCDM in Emergency Management, 42, 2014, 83-94.

       

      Chacko, J.C., L.P. Rees, and C.W. Zobel, "Improving Resource Allocation for Disaster Operations Management in a Multi-Hazard Context," Proceedings of the 11th International ISCRAM Conference (University Park, PA: May, 2014), pp. 83-87.

       

      Pant, R., K. Barker, and C.W. Zobel, "Static and dynamic metrics of economic resilience for interdependent infrastructure and industry sectors," Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 125(1), 2014, 92-102. Available on-line at:

      http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ress.2013.09.007

       

      Zobel, C.W., "Quantitatively Representing Non-linear Disaster Recovery," Decision Sciences, 45(6), 2014, 1053–1082.

       

      Dottore, M.L. and C.W. Zobel, "Analyzing Economic Indicators of Disaster Resilience Following Hurricane Katrina," International Journal of Business Analytics, 1(1), 2014, 67-83.

       

      Melnyk, S., C.W. Zobel, S. Griffis, and J. MacDonald, "Making Sense of Transient Responses in Simulation Studies: An Approach for Interpreting Transient Response Time Series Data," International Journal of Production Research, 52(3), 2014, 617-632.

       

  • Books

    • [ Coming in 2017... ]

      Invited Guest Editor, Resilience, Sustainability and Extreme Events. Special Volume of Global and Planetary Change journal, Edited by Deborah Brosnan and SIerd Cloetingh publication date Spring 2017. (Several contributions)

       

      In Press, Book. The Resilience Challenge: Editors Jim Bohland, John Harrold and Deborah Brosnan. Charles Thomas USA publishers. Coming in 2017.

       

      • Resilience in Time and Space: Illusions in Scale, Deborah Brosnan Chapter 3 Resilience Challenge
      • Resilience in the Extreme Deborah Brosnan Chapter 5 in The Resilience Challenge.
      • Small is Beautiful is Big Better? Resilience and Small Island Nations, Deborah Brosnan Chapter 8 in The Resilience Challenge.
      • Top three global challenges to resilience, J Bohland, J, Harrold and D. Brosnan Chapter 1 Resilience Challenge
      • Invited Guest Editor, Resilience, Sustainability and Extreme Events. Special Volume of Global and Planetary Change journal, Edited by Deborah Brosnan and SIerd Cloetingh publication date Spring 2017. (Several contributions)

       

      Lawrence, J. L. “Governing Nature, Sustaining Degradation: An Eco-Governmental Critique of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster.” Manuscript under contract; West Virginia University Press. Forthcoming 2017.

       

      Bohland, J., Davoudi, S., Knox, P. and Lawrence, J.L. “The Resilience Machine.” Edited Volume under contract with Routledge: London

       

      Lawrence, J. L. and Wiebe, S.M. “Biopolitical Disaster.” Edited Volume forthcoming May 2017. Routledge | Interventions Series: London.

       

      Skuzinski, Thomas. 2016 (forthcoming hardbound publication, 2017). The Risk of Regional Governance: Interlocal Cooperation and Cultural Cognition. Routledge: NY.

       

    • [ 2015 ]

      Extreme geohazards: reducing the disaster risk and increasing resilience. Hans-Peter Plag, Sean Brocklebank, Deborah Brosnan, Paola Campus, Sierd Cloetingh, Jules Plag Shelley, Seth Stein, Published by European Science Foundation [ESF] with GEO & GHCP] (2015). http://www.esf.org/fileadmin/Public_documents/Publications/Natural_Hazards.pdf

       

  • Book Chapters

    • [ Coming in 2017... ]

      Bieri, D. S. (2017): “Regulatory Space and the Flow of Funds across the Hierarchy of Money,” in Handbook on the Geographies of Money and Finance, edited by R. L. MARTIN AND J. POLLARD. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK

       

      Lawrence, J. L. “Manufacturing Biopolitical Disaster: Instrumental (Ir)Rationality and the Deepwater Horizon Disaster.” Book Chapter forthcoming May 2017. in Lawrence, J. L. and Wiebe, S.M. eds. “Biopolitical Disaster.” Routledge| Interventions: London. https://www.routledge.com/Biopolitical-Disaster/Lawrence-Wiebe/p/book/9781138659452

       

      Lawrence, J.L. “The Dialectic of Extreme Energy.” Book Chapter forthcoming 2017. in Bohland, et. al. eds. “Resilience Issues and Challenges.” Thomas Crown Publishers.

       

      Lawrence, J.L. “Oil and Water Do Not Mix: Going Against the Flow of Extreme Energy.” Book Chapter forthcoming February 2017. in Farca, P. “Flow: Critical Essays on Water.” University of Nevada Press.

       

      Lawrence, J.L. “Environmental Movements.” Book Chapter forthcoming 2017. The Encyclopedia of Social Theory.

    • [ 2016 ]

      Bieri, D. S. (forthcoming): “Back to the Future: Lösch, Isard, and the Role of Money and Credit in the Space-Economy,” in Regional Research Frontiers: The Next Fifty Years, edited by R. L. JACKSON AND P. V. SCHAEFFER. Springer, Heidelberg and New York.

       

      Cowell, M., DeSouza, K. (in press). “Micro-scale Disasters and Local Resiliency,” in The Resiliency Challenge: Transforming Theory to Action. James Bohland and Jack Harrald (Eds.) (Ed.), Charles C Thomas Press.

       

      Skuzinski Thomas and Evangeline Linkous. (forthcoming, December). “Transfer of Development Rights in the United States” in Instruments of Land Policy: Dealing with Scarcity of Land. Gerber, Jean-David, Thomas Hartmann, and Andreas Hengstermann (Eds.) Routledge

       

      Zobel, C.W., N. Altay, and M. Haselkorn (eds.) Advances in Managing Humanitarian Operations. International Series in Operations Research & Management Science, Vol. 235. Springer, 2016.

       

    • [ 2015 ]

      Bieri, D. S. (2015): “Financial Stability Rearticulated: Institutional Reform, Post-Crisis Governance, and the New Regulatory Landscape in the United States,” in Building Responsive and Responsible Regulators in the Aftermath of the Financial Crisis, edited by P. IGLESIAS RODRÍGUES, pp. 215–232. Intersentia, Cambridge, UK.

      Hester, R.J., (2015) “Biology as Opportunity: Hybridization from a Molecular Point of View.” in Hybrid Rule and State Formation: Public- Private Power in the 21st Century, eds. Hurt, S. and Lipschutz, R., pp. 175-236. Routledge, New York, NY.

      Lind, Douglas, (2015) “The Pragmatic Value of Legal Fictions,” in Legal Fictions in Theory and Practice, eds. M. Del Mar and W. Twining, London: Springer. 83-109.

      Available at: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-09232-4_5

      Orr, M. G., Ziemer, K., Lewis, B., Keller, S. (2015). “Mathematical and Computational Simulation of Behavioral and Social Drivers of Population Health,” in Emerging behavioral and social science perspectives on population health, eds. Kaplan, R, Spittel, M. and David, D.H. AHRQPress.

      Barrett, Christopher; Eubank, Stephen; Marathe, Achla; Marathe, Madhav; and Swarup, Samarth. (2015). “Synthetic Information Environments for Policy Informatics.” in Governance in the Information Era: Theory and Practice of Policy Informatics, ed. E. Johnston, pp. 267-284. Routledge, New York, NY.

  • Book Reviews

  • Invited Lectures

    • [ 2016 ]

      Bieri, D.S., “Monetary Amnesia: How Regional Science Abandoned Monetary Thought,” Regional Research Institute, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV: Jan 2016.

    • [ 2015 ]

      Bieri, D. S. “The Alchemy of Financing Economy Development: The Tiff Over TIFs,” Mayors’ Institute on City Design, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH: Oct 2015.

       

      Bieri, D. S. “How the Spatial Non-Neutrality of Money Shaped the American Metropolis,” Social Decision Analytics Lab Seminar, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Arlington, VA: Aug 2015.

    • [ 2014 ]

      Bieri, D. S.  “Retheorizing the Urbanization of Capital: 200 Years of Evidence from Detroit,” ICOS Fall Lecture, Interdisciplinary Committee on Organizational Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI: Oct 2014.

 

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