Steven P. Erie

University of California, San Diego
Political Science

9500 Gilman Drive
NE #304
La Jolla, CA
USA
92093-0521
serie@UCSD.edu

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With Jameson Doig and Scott A. MacKenzie, I am working on a comparative study of trade infrastructure (e.g., airports, seaports and freight-rail systems), governance and economic development in the New York and Los Angeles regions.

Citation:
Erie, Steven P., Vladimir Kogan, and Scott A. MacKenzie. 2011. Paradise Plundered: Fiscal Crisis and Governance Failures in San Diego. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Abstract: This is a study of San Diego's pension scandal, continuing fiscal crisis, impact on public services, infrastructure and planning, and lessons to be learned.
Citation:
Erie, Steven P. 2004. Globalizing L.A.: Trade, Infrastructure, and Regional Development. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Citation:
Erie, Steven P. 2006. Beyond 'Chinatown': The Metropolitan Water District, Growth, and the Environment in Southern California. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy
Energy and Natural Resource Policy
Governance SECONDARY
Social Policy
Comparative Public Policy
Urban Public Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History PRIMARY
Policy Process Theory
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation

Keywords

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT URBAN GOVERNANCE PUBLIC FINANCE