The Bloustein School's distinguished faculty comprises researchers and theorists—including current and former government leaders—who work to apply research to promote positive social and economic change. The Bloustein School faculty is widely recognized within their respective fields and publish widely. The following list is a representative sample of the most current faculty publications.
Recent Bloustein School Faculty Publications
*Current Bloustein student
Clinton J. Andrews, Daniel Yi, Uta Krogmann, Jennifer Senick* and Richard Wener. 2011. “Designing buildings for real occupants: An agent-based approach.” IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics A: Systems and Humans.
Clinton J. Andrews, Jennifer Senick*, and Richard Wener. 2011. Chapter 10: "Incorporating Occupant Perceptions and Behavior into BIM.” In Enhancing Building Performance. John Wiley and Sons.
Clinton J. Andrews, Lisa Dewey-Mattia, Judd Schechtman, and Matthias Mayr. 2011. "Alternative energy and land use," chapter in The Environment, Climate Change, and Land Policies, Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Burchell, Robert. 2011. "Infrastructure Need in the United States 2010-2030: What Is the Level of Need? How Will It Be Paid For?," The Urban Lawyer, Vol. 42, No. 4/Vol 43, No. 1, Fall/Winter 2010/2011.
Alger, Vanessa and Jocelyn Elise Crowley. 2012. “Aspects of Workplace Flexibility and Mothers' Satisfaction with Their Husbands' Contributions to Household Labor.” Sociological Inquiry. 82(1): 78-99.
Crowley, Jocelyn Elise, Radha Jagannathan, and Galo Falchettore. 2012. "The Effect of Child Support Enforcement on Abortion in the United States." Social Science Quarterly. 93(1): 152-172.
Curenton, S. M. 2011. 'Multicultural issues." In J. N. Kaderavek Ed., Language disorders in children: Fundamental concepts of assessment and intervention. Boston, MA: Pearson.
Frank Felder, Clinton Andrews, and Seth Hulkower. 2011. "Which energy future?" chapter in F.P. Sioshansi, ed., Energy, Sustainability and the Environment: Technology, Incentives, Behavior, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Billings J, Cantor JC and Clinton C. 2011. “Access to Care.” In Jonas and Kovner’s Health Care Delivery in the United States, 10th Ed, Kovner AR and Knickman JR eds. New York: Springer, 2011. pp. 151-178.
DeFilippis, James and James Fraser. 2011. "What Kind of Mixed-Income Housing and for What Reasons?" in Critical Urban Studies: New Directions. Jonathan Davies and David Imbroscio eds.. Albany: SUNY Press. pp. 135-148.
Polson, Diana, DeFilippis, James and Annette Bernhardt. 2011."Working Without Laws in New York City." Challenge. 542: 80-108.
Michael Leyshon, Sean DiGiovanna, and Briavel Holcomb. 2013 "Mobile Technologies and Youthful Exploration: Stimulus or Inhibitor?" Urban Studies 50 (3) 455-466.
Radha Jagannathan, Michael Camasso, Stefan Mend, Jessica Varela, and Arohiben Shah. 2012. "University-Community Partnering Using a Targeted Mutual-Interests Approach." Community Development 42,3: 410-423.
L.A. Cox, Jr and M. Greenberg, 2011. Special Issue: Advances in Terrorism Risk Analysis. John Wiley Press and the Society for Risk Analysis.
M. Greenberg and K. Lowrie. 2011. "Celebrating Three Decades of Public Policy-Oriented Interdisciplinary Research." Risk Analysis, An International Journal. 311, 7-11, 2011.
M. Greenberg and H. Truelove. 2011. "Energy Choices and Perceived Risks: Is it just global warming and fear of a nuclear power plant accident?" Risk Analysis, An International Journal. 315, 819-831, 2011.
Michael Greenberg, Karen Lowrie, Henry Mayer, Tayfur Altiok. 2011. "Risk-Based Decision Support Tools: Protecting Rail-Centered Transit Corridors from Cascading Effects." Risk Analysis, An International Journal, electronic version, May 19, 2011.
Holcomb, Briavel. 2011. 'Women in Urban Planning," "Women in Architecture" and "Women in Iran" The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Women in Today's World. M.Z Strange, C.Oyster and G.Golson eds. Sage.
Jagannathan, R. and M. J. Camasso. 2011. “The Institutionalization of Risk as Moral Outrage in Child Protective Services.” Children and Youth Services Review, 33:894-900.
Jagannathan, R. and M. J. Camasso. 2011. “Message and Price Components of Family Caps: Experimental Evidence from New Jersey.” Evaluation and Program Planning, 34: 292-302.
J.E. Miller, T. Macon, D. Gaboda, and J.C. Cantor. 2011.“Unmet Need, Cost Burden, and Communication Problems in SCHIP by Special Health Care Needs Status in SCHIP by Special Health Care Needs Status” Maternal and Child Health Journal, DOI: 10.1007/s10995-011-0805-xOnline First™
J.E. Miller, D. Gaboda, C. Nugent, T. Simpson, and J.C. Cantor 2011.“Parental eligibility and take-up of SCHIP: The roles of parental health and employment.” American Journal of Public Health. 1012: 274-277.
Qian, X.F. Russell, L.B. Valiyeva, E., and Miller, J.E. 2011. “‘Quicker and Sicker’ under Medicare’s Prospective Payment System for Hospitals: New Evidence on an Old Issue from a National Longitudinal Survey.” Bulletin of Economic Research. 631: 1-27.
Springer, Kristen W. and Dawne M. Mouzon. 2011. "'Macho Men' and Preventive Healthcare: Implications for Older Men in Different Social Classes." Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 52(2):212-227.
Gittell, Ross and Newman, Kathe. Ed. 2011. Activist Scholar: The Work of Marilyn Gittell. SAGE Publications.
Newman, Kathe. 2011. "Post-Industrial Widgets." in Manuel Aalbers. Ed. Borrowed Metropolis: Cities, Housing and the Political Economy of Mortgage Markets. Blackwell's Studies in Urban Change Series.
Gittell, Ross and Kathe Newman. Ed. 2012. Activist Scholar: The Work of Marilyn Gittell. Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.
Newman, Kathe. 2012. "Context and Risk: What You Find Depends on What and How You Ask." Comments on Libman, Kimberly, Fields, Desiree, and Saegert, Susan. "Housing and Health: A Social Ecological Perspective on the United States Foreclosure Crisis." Housing Theory and Society 29 1:37-39.
Crôtte, Amado, Robert B. Noland, and Daniel J. Graham, “The role of metro fares, income, metro quality of service and fuel prices for sustainable transportation in Mexico City”, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 51, 2011, 1-24.
Law, Teik Hua, Robert B. Noland, and Andrew W. Evans, “The Sources of the Kuznets Relationship between Road Fatalities and Economic Growth”, Journal of Transport Geography, 19, 2011, 355-365.
Noland, Robert B., Devajyoti Deka, Ranjit Walia, “A Statewide Analysis of Bicycling in New Jersey”, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 55, 2011, 251-269.
Pucher, John and Ralph Buehler "Cycling to Work in 90 Large American Cities: New Evidence on the Role of Bike Paths and Lanes," Transportation, Vol. 39, No. 2, March/April 2012, pp. 409-432).
Pucher, John, Ralph Buehler and Mark Seinen. 2011. "Bicycling Renaissance in North America? An Update and Re-Assessment of Cycling Trends and Policies," Transportation Research, Vol. 45, No. 6, 2011, pp. 451-475.
Pucher, John, Ralph Buehler, Adrian Bauman, and Dafna Merom. 2011. "Walking and Cycling in the United States, 2001-2009: Evidence from the National Household Travel Surveys," American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 101, No. S1, December 2011, pp. S310-S317
Pucher, John, Jan Garrard and Steven Greaves. 2011. “Cycling Down Under: A Comparative Analysis of Bicycling Trends and Policies in Sydney and Melbourne,” Journal of Transport Geography, March 2011, pp. 332-345.
Pucher, John and Ralph Buehler. 2011. “Making Public Transport Financially Sustainable,” Transport Policy, Vol. 18, No. 1, January 2011, pp. 126-138.
Pucher, John and Ralph Buehler. 2011. “Sustainable Transport in Germany: Lessons from Germany’s Environmental Capital,” International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 2011, pp. 43-70.
Rodgers, William M. 2011. “The New Normal? Opportunities for Prosperity in a “Jobless Recovery,” in The State of Black America, National Urban League, May 2011 with Bernard E. Anderson, Lucy J. Reuben, and Valerie R. Wilson.
Schneider D and Lilienfeld DE, Eds. 2011. Public Health: The Development of a Discipline. Volume II. From Twentieth Century Challenges to Public Health Today. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press. pp 824.
Schneider D and Turshen M. 2011. "Social Moderators of Environmental Health: Political and Social Violence; Health Effects." In: Encyclopaedia of Environmental Health E Sibergeld, J Nraigu, J Patz and S Kecew, Eds.. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.
Schneider D, Barone JG, Yamamoto 2011. " Pediatric Instruments for Measuring Urinary Dysfunction: The Need for a Gold Standard." J Urol 18691: 261–5.
Shapiro, Stuart. 2011. "The Evolution of Cost-Benefit Analysis in U.S. Regulatory Decisionmaking" in The Handbook of the Politics of Regulation David Levi-Faur ed