After earning a Ph.D. in political science from Texas A&M in 2001, Scott Robinson, Associate Professor, taught at both Rice University and the University of Texas at Dallas. His research focuses on the management and politics of public agencies and the dynamics of public policy with special attention to emergency management and collaborative networking. His work has been published in Policy Studies Journal, Review of Policy Research, The American Review of Public Administration, Political Research Quarterly, The Public Manager, and the American Journal of Political Science.
||Robinson, Scott E. 2006. "A Decade of Treating Networks Seriously." Policy Studies Journal 34 (4): 589-598.|
||Robinson, Scott E., Kenneth J. Meier, Laurence O'Toole, and Floun'say Caver. 2007. "Predicting Budgetary Punctuations: A Multivariate Test of Punctuated Equilibrium Models." American Journal of Political Science 51 (1): 140-150.|
||Gerber, Brian, and Scott E. Robinson. 2009. "Local Government Performance and the Challenges of Regional Preparedness for Disasters." Public Performance and Management Review 32 (2): 345-371.|
Defense and Security PRIMARY
Science and Technology Policy
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY