Juliet Ann Musso

University of Southern California
Sol Price School of Public Policy

1800 I Street
Sacramento, CA
USA
95811
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I have expertise in federalism and urban political economy, with specific research interests in intergovernmental fiscal policy, state and local institutional reform, collaborative governance, and public performance. My research agenda includes foci on state budgeting and intergovernmental finance, the political economy of municipal incorporation, and neighborhood governance in the City of Los Angeles. Other current research topics include local government use of advanced telecommunications technologies and intergovernmental fiscal capacity in the Southern California region.

Citation:
Weare, Christopher, Juliet Musso, and Kyu-Nahm Jun. 2009. “Cross-Talk: The Role of Homophily and Elite Bias in Civic Associations.” Social Forces 88 (1).
Citation:
Musso, Juliet and Christopher Weare. Forthcoming. “From Participatory Reform to Social Capital: Micromotives and the Macrostructure of Civil Society." Public Administration Review.
Citation:
Juliet Musso, Christopher Weare, Tom Bryer, and Terry L. Cooper. 2011. "Toward 'Strong Democracy’ in Global Cities? Social Capital Building, Action Research, and the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Experience." Public Administration Review.
Citation:
Kyu-Nahm Jun and Juliet Musso. 2013. “Participatory Governance and the Spatial Representation of Neighborhood Issues.” Urban Affairs Review 49: 71-110.
DOI: 10.1177/1078087412453704
Citation:
Stone, Clarence and Bob Stoker. 2015. "In a New Era: The Politics of Revitalization in the Post-Industrial City." University of Chicago Press.

Substantive Focus:
Governance PRIMARY
Urban Public Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation SECONDARY

Keywords

SOCIAL NETWORKS URBAN POLITICS LOCAL GOVERNANCE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT