Ann Bowman

Texas A&M University
Bush School of Government Public Service

Bush School
TAMU 4220
College Station, TX
USA
77843
annbowman@tamu.edu

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My substantive policy interests include environmental protection, economic development, and land use. Most of my work has focused on subnational levels of government. If viewed in terms of the policy stages framework, my research typically involves the adoption and implementation stages.

Citation:
Bowman, Ann O'M., and Richard C. Kearney. 2011. "Second-Order Devolution: Data and Doubt." Publius: The Journal of Federalism 41: (4): 563-585.
Citation:
Bowman, Ann O'M, and Neal D. Woods. 2010. "Expanding the Scope of Conflict: Interest Groups and Interstate Compacts." Social Science Quarterly 91 (3): 669-688.
Citation:
Bowman, Ann O'M., Neal D. Woods, and Milton R. Stark II. 2010. "Governors Turn Pro: Separation of Powers and the Institutionalization of the American Governorship." Political Research Quarterly 63 (2): 304-315.

Substantive Focus:
Environmental Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY

Keywords

INTERSTATE COMPACTS STATE-LOCAL RELATIONS