James R. Simmons

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Political Science

4632 Sage Hall
800 Algoma Boulevard
Oshkosh, WI
USA
54901
simmons@uwosh.edu |  Visit Personal Website


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- Civic engagement and community activism - Local responses to environmental regulation - Municipal government forms, structures and performance - Community partnerships & policy initiatives - Multidimensional analysis of political beliefs - Economic theories of public choice

Citation:
Simmons, James and Karl Nollenberger “Municipal Government Structure in Wisconsin- Does Form Matter?”, Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs 2 (2), Fall 2016, 82-100.
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Simmons, James. 2015 “Bureaucracy: Economic Theories,” in Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy (3), E. Berman and J. Rabin (eds.), Taylor & Francis.
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Page, B. 2014. "Is American Public Policy Effective?" In Perspectives on American Government, eds. C. Jillson and D. Robertson. Routledge, 15.4.
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Simmons, James, and B. Page. 2002. What Government Can Do: Dealing with Poverty and Inequality. University of Chicago Press.
Citation:
Lilly, B. 2010. "The University and Student Political Engagement." Political Science & Politics 43 (2): 347-349.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy SECONDARY
Education Policy
Environmental Policy PRIMARY
Governance
Social Policy
Urban Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY
Public Opinion

Keywords

EQUALITY