Elizabeth Ann Koebele

University of Nevada Reno
Political Science

1664 N. Virginia St.
Mail Stop 0302
Reno, Nevada
United States
89557
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Elizabeth Koebele is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her major research interests include environmental policy and politics, collaborative governance, natural resource management, public policy theory, and qualitative/mixed-methods. She is particularly interested in how collaborative approaches to policymaking shape policy and environmental outcomes in situations of high political conflict and scientific uncertainty. Elizabeth is currently conducting research on water governance in the Colorado River and Lake Tahoe Basins, wildfire management in the western U.S., building resilience to natural disasters, and transitions toward sustainability in urban water management. In the realm of policy theory, Elizabeth is primarily interested in how the Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF) can be applied in (and adapted for) collaborative policymaking contexts, as well as how the Narrative Policy Framework (NPF) can shed light on why specific environmental and social policies are enacted.

Citation:
Crow, D., Albright, E., and Koebele, E. 2017. "Evaluating Informational Inputs in Rulemaking Processes: A Cross-Case Analysis." Administration and Society. 49(9): 1318-1345.
Citation:
Treuer, G., Koebele, E., Deslatte, A., Ernst, K., Garcia, M., and Manago, K. 2017. "A Narrative Method for Analyzing Transition in Urban Water Management: The Case of the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department." Water Resources Research 53(1): 891-908.
Citation:
Crow, D.A., Lawhon, L., Berggren, J., Huda, J., Koebele, E., and Kroepsch, A. 2017. "A Narrative Policy Framework Analysis of Wildfire Policy Responses." Politics and Policy 45(4): 626-656.
Citation:
Kroepsch, A., Koebele, E., Crow, D., Berggren, J., Huda, J., and Lawhon, L. 2017. "Remembering the Past, Anticipating the Future: Community Learning and Adaptation Discourse in Media Commemorations of Catastrophic Wildfires in Colorado." Environmental Communication.
Citation:
Koebele, E. 2018. "Integrating Collaborative Governance Theory with the Advocacy Coalition Framework." Journal of Public Policy.

Substantive Focus:
Energy and Natural Resource Policy
Environmental Policy PRIMARY
Governance SECONDARY
Science and Technology Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY

Keywords

WATER POLICY ADVOCACY COALITION FRAMEWORK COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE WILDFIRE POLICY ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY DISASTER POLICY