Greg G. Chen

Baruch College, City University of New York
School of Public Affairs

One Bernard Baruch Way
Box D901
New York, NY
10010
greg.chen@baruch.cuny.edu

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Greg Chen's research interests include: finance and budgeting; nonprofit management; international comparative studies in healthcare, justice, trade, and economic development; organization analysis and bureaucracy; traffic safety and law enforcement; school safety and student performance; program evaluation; cost benefit analysis; quantitative and qualitative research methods; advanced statistics and econometrics (Frequencist and Bayesian statistics).

Citation:
Chen, Greg, and Warburton, Rebecca. 2006. "Do Speed Cameras Produce Net Benefits? Evidence from British Columbia, Canada." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 25 (3): 661-678.
Citation:
Chen, Greg, and Dan Williams. 2007. "How Political Support Influences Red Tape through Organizational Process?" Policy Studies Journal 35 (3): 419-437.
Citation:
Chen, Greg. 2009. "Does Meeting Standards Affect Charitable Giving? An Empirical Study of New York City Charities." Nonprofit Management and Leadership19 (3): 349-365.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy
Education Policy
Governance
Health Policy
Social Policy
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Analysis and Evaluation