Greg G. Chen

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

One Bernard Baruch Way
Box D901
New York, NY

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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).

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.
Chen, Greg, and Dan Williams. 2007. "How Political Support Influences Red Tape through Organizational Process?" Policy Studies Journal 35 (3): 419-437.
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
Health Policy
Social Policy
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Analysis and Evaluation