Susan E. Clarke

University of Colorado at Boulder
Political Science
clarkes@colorado.edu

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My current substantive interests include an interdisciplinary research project on Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Community Development, a long-term research project on "Muslims and Local Governance in London Boroughs," and ongoing research on neighborhood regeneration strategies in Denver as part of an international research collaboration headed by Clarence Stone. I am co-Editor of the recent Oxford University Press "Handbook of Urban Politics", and co-Editor of the "Globalization and Community" series with Univerity of Minnesota Press. As of May 2014, I am Professor Emeritus at University of Colorado at Boulder

Citation:
Abstract: "Localism Agendas and Post-political Trends: Neighborhood Policy Trajectories in Denver." 2015. In What Is Local In Localism? Edited by Simin Davoudi and Ali Madanipour. London: Routledge.
Citation:
Clarke, Susan E. and Keeley W. Stokes. 2014.“Paths to Political Incorporation.” In Segmented Cities? How Urban Contexts Shape Ethnic and Nationalist Politics. Edited by Kristin Good, Phil Triadafilopoulus, and Luc Turgeon. University of British Columbia Press.
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Handbook of Urban Politics. 2012. Co-edited by Karen Mossberger, Susan E. Clarke, and Peter John. Oxford University Press.
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Clarke, Susan E., Rodney Hero et al. 2008. Multi-ethnic Moments. Temple University Press.
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Chenoweth, E., and Susan E. Clarke. 2010. "All Terrorism Is Local: Resources, Nested Institutions, and Governance for Urban Homeland Security in the American Federal System." Political Research Quarterly.
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Clarke, Susan E., and Gary L. Gaile. 1998. The Work of Cities. University of Minnesota Press.

Substantive Focus:
Governance SECONDARY
Social Policy
Comparative Public Policy
Urban Public Policy PRIMARY

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

Keywords

LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEIGHBORHOOD REGENERATION URBAN THEORY NATIONAL URBAN POLICY SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP INNOVATION