I am currently beginning work on regional governance in which the goal is to develop a typology of regional governance, characterize metropolitan areas by the type of regional governance, and use the resulting characterizations as an explantory variable in models explaining regional economic performance. A related study involves work on regional economic resilience.
||Wolman et al. (7 co-authors). Forthcoming 2011. "Economic Shocks and Regional Economic Resilience." In Urban and Regional Policy and Its Effects: Building Resilient Regions, Vol. 4, eds. Pindus, N.; Weir, M., Wial, H., and Wolman, H. Brookings Institution Press. p. 605-627.|
||Wolman, H., Forthcoming 2012. “What Cities Do: How Much Does Urban Policy Matter?” Oxford Handbook of Urban Politics, eds. Karen Mossberger, Susan Clarke, and Peter John. New York: Oxford University Press.|
||Hill, Edward W., Harold L. Wolman, Katherine Kowalczyk, and Travis St. Clair. Forthcoming 2012. “Forces Affecting City Population Growth or Decline: The Effects of Interregional and Inter-municipal Competition.” In Defining a Future for American Cities Experiencing Severe Population Loss, ed. Alan Mallach. New York: American Assembly.|
Comparative Public Policy
Policy Analysis and Evaluation