Archived Working Papers

Below is a listing of journal articles appearing before 2005. For those papers unavailable here as downloadable pdf files, please contact the Taubman Center at taubman@harvard.edu. Recent Working Papers are listed on our Working Paper page.

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Baxandall, Phineas and Charles Euchner. 2003. Can CitiStat Work in Greater Boston?

Behn, Robert D. and Elizabeth K. Keating. 2004. Facing the Fiscal Crisis in State Governments: National Problem; National Responsibilities 

Bel, Germà and Xavier Fageda. 2005. Getting There Fast: Globalization, Intercontinental Flights and Location of Headquarters

Bel, Germà and Xavier Fageda. 2005. Preventing Competition Because of “Solidarity”: Rhetoric and Reality of Airport Investments in Spain

Berry, Christopher and Edward L. Glaeser. 2005. The Divergence of Human Capital Levels Across Cities 

Berry, Christopher. 2005. School Finance Judgments and Spending on Education: A Review of the Evidence 

Berry, Christopher and William Howell. 2003. School District Consolidation and Student Outcomes: Does Size Matter? Program on Education Policy and Governance 

Berry, Christopher. 2003. Retrospective Voting in Single Function Elections: School Boards, Test Scores and Incumbents' Electoral Fortunes Program on Education Policy and Governance

Borins, Sandford. 2001. The Challenge of Innovating in Government

Binz-Scharf, Maria C. 2003. Bureaucratic Networks or Networked Bureaucracies? Knowledge Sharing in ICT-Enabled Innovation Projects National Center for Digital Government 

Briffault, Richard. 2003. The Local School District in American Law Program on Education Policy and Governance

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Campbell, David E. 2003. Contextual Influences on Participation in Local and School Governance

Campbell, David E., Martin West and Paul E. Peterson. 2003. Participation in a National Means-Tested School Voucher Program Program on Education Policy and Governance 

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Donahue, Laura K. 2000. Civil Liberties, Terrorism, and Liberal Democracy: Lessons from the United Kingdom. Executive Session on Domestic Preparedness

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Esterling, Kevin M., David Lazer, and Michael Neblo. 2004. Is Necessity the Mother of Innovation? The Adoption and Use of New Web Technologies Among Congressional Offices National Center for Digital Government

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Fagan, Mark and Jose Manuel Vassallo. 2005. Nature or Nurture: Why Do Railroads Carry Greater Freight Share in the United States Than in Europe?

Fountain, Jane E. 2003. Information, Institutions and Governance: Advancing a Basic Social Science Research National Center for Digital Government

Fountain, Jane E. and Robin McKinnon. 2003. NCDG E-Government Web Survey Results National Center for Digital Government

Fountain, Jane E. with D. Clark, S. Gillett, W. Lehr, and M. Sirbu. 2003. Local Government Stimulation of Broadband: Effectiveness, E-Government, and Economic Development National Center for Digital Government

Fraga, Luis, N. Rodriguex, B. A. Erlichson. 2003.  Desegregation and School Board Politics: The Limits of Court-Imposed Policy Change. Program on Education Policy and Governance

Fung, Archon, Mary Graham, David Weil. 2004. The Political Economy of Transparency: What Makes Disclosure Policies Effective. Ash Institute for Democracy and Innovation.

Fung, Archon, Charles Sabel, and Dara O'Rourke. 2000. Ratcheting Labour Standards: How Open Competition Can Save Ethical Sourcing

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Glaeser, Edward L., David M. Cutler and Jacob L. Vigdor. 2004. Is the Melting Pot Still Hot? Explaining the Resurgence of Immigrant Segregation

Gomez-Ibanez, Jose A. 2004. Railroad Reform: An Overview of the Options

Gomez-Ibanez, Jose A., 2004. Dominique Lorrain and Meg Osius. 2004. The Future of Private Infrastructure

Gomez-Ibanez, Jose A., 2001. Deregulating Infrastructure: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Greene, Jay P. 2001. A Reply to "Critique of 'An Evaluation of the Florida A-Plus Accountability and School Choice Program' by Gregory Camilli and Katrina Bulkley." Program on Education Policy and Governance.

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Harvard Policy Group on Network-Enabled Services and Government. 2001. Use IT for Strategic Innovation, Not Simply Tactical Automation 

Harvard Policy Group on Network-Enabled Services and Government. 2001. Utilize Best Practices in Implementing IT Initiatives

Harvard Policy Group on Network-Enabled Services and Government. 2000. Focus on How IT Can Reshape Work and Public Sector Strategies

Harvard Policy Group on Network-Enabled Services and Government. 2000. Guidelines for the 2000 Election and Beyond. Program on Strategic Computing and Telecommunications in the Public Sector

Hassel, Bryan, and Lucy Steiner. 2003. Strategies for Scale: Learning from Two Educational Innovations. Program on Innovations in American Government

Hess, Frederick M. and D. Leal. 2003. School House Politics: Expenditures, Interests, and Competition in School Board Elections. Program on Education Policy and Governance 

Howell, William G., and Paul E. Peterson. 2000. School Choice in Dayton, Ohio: An Evaluation After One Year. Program on Education Policy and Governance

Howitt, Arnold M. Rui Wang, Jonathan Makler, and Carlos Lo. 2004. Regulating Motor Vehicle Pollution in China: Policies and Implementation in the Pearl River Delta Region.

Hoxby, Caroline M. 2004. A Straightforward Comparison of Charter Schools and Regular Public Schools in the United States. HIER Working Paper.

Hoxby, Caroline M. 2004. Achievement in Charter Schools and Regular Public Schools in the United States: Understanding the Differences

Hoxby, Caroline M. and Jonah Rockoff. 2004. The Impact of Charter Schools on Student Achievement. HIER Paper.

Hoxby, Caroline, Christopher Avery, Mark Glickman, and Andrew Metrick. 2004. A Revealed Preference Ranking of American Colleges and Universities. NBER Working Paper 10803.

Hoxby, Caroline M. with Nora Gordon. 2004. Achievement Effects of Bilingual Education vs. English Immersion: Evidence from California's Proposition 227. HIER Paper.

Hoxby, Caroline M. and Ilyana Kuziemko. 2004.  Robin Hood and His Not So Merry Plan. NBER Working Paper 10722.

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Jacob, Brian with Julie Cullen and Steven Levitt. 2003. The Effect of School Choice on Student Outcomes: Evidence from Randomized Lotteries. NBER Working Paper 10113.

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Leonard, Herman (Dutch), and Jay Walder. 2000. The Federal Budget and the States:Fiscal Year 1999 

Levitt, James N. 2003. Conservation Innovation in America: Past, Present and Future. Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation.

Luberoff, David. 2004. Civic Leadership and the Big Dig

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Marschall, Melissa. 2003. Minority Representation and Local School Boards. Program on Education Policy and Governance

Meier, Kenneth J. 2003. Electoral Structure and the Quality of Representation: The Policy Consequences of School Board Elections. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Mossberger, Karen, and Caroline J. Tolbert. 2003. Race, Place, and Information Technology. National Center for Digital Government.

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Peterson, Paul, David Campbell, and Martin West. 2001. An Evaluation of the Basic Fund Scholarship Program in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Peterson, Paul David Myers, Daniel Mayer, Julia Chou, and William Howell. 2001. School Choice in New York City After Two Years: An Evaluation of the School Choice Scholarships Program. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Peterson, Paul, Patrick Wolf, and William Howell. 2000. School Choice in Washington. DC: An Evaluation After One Year. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Peterson, Paul and William Howell. 2000. Latest Results from the New York City Voucher Experiment. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Peterson, Paul and William Howell. 2000. School Choice in Dayton, Ohio: An Evaluation After One Year. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Peterson, Paul. 2000. The Effect of School Vouchers on Student Achievement: A Response to Critics. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Peterson, Paul, Patrick Wolf, William Howell, and David Campbell. 2000. Test-Score Effect of School Vouchers in Dayton, Ohio, New York City, and Washington, D.C. Evidence of Randomized Field Trials. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

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Reed, Douglas. 2003.  Whither Localism? No Child Left Behind and the Local Politics of Federal Education Reform. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Richmond, Jonathan. 2000. The Private Provision of Public Transport

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Saguaro Seminar: Civic Engagement in America. 2000. Better Together

Schneider, Mark 2003. The Market for Hamburgers Is Simple Compared to the Market for Charter Schools: McDonalds, Burger King, and Local School Boards. Program on Education Policy and Governance.

Selian, Audrey and Kenneth Neil Cukier. 2004. The World vs. The Web: The UN’s Politicization of the Information Society. National Center for Digital Government 

Sellers, Jeffrey M. 1999. Policies, Markets and Urban Governance in the New Europe

Stuart, Guy. 2004. Bringing Space Back In: Measures of Segregation Along Three Dimensions and across Multiple Units of Analysis

Stuart, Guy. 2004. Boston at the Crossroads: Racial Trends in the Metropolitan Area in the 1990s and Beyond

Stuart, Guy. 2003. The Social Production of Color Lines: Interrogating the Spatial Manifestation of Color Lines in Four Metropolitan Areas

Stuart, Guy. 2000. Segregation in the Boston Metropolitan Area at the end of the 20th Century

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