Below is a list of peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters I have authored or co-authored on charter schools and state education policies.
“Contested Framing and Feedback after Big Policy Changes: How Interest Groups Compete to Shape State Charter School Policies” with Heath Brown. In Interest Group Politics, 10th edition. Eds. Burdett A. Loomis and Anthony J. Nownes. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.
“After the Punctuation: Competition, Uncertainty, and Convergent State Policy Change” with Heath Brown. State Politics & Policy Quarterly 19(March, 2019): 3 – 28.
“Policy Dynamics and the Evolution of State Charter School Laws” with Jeffrey R. Henig, Heath Brown, and Natalie Lacireno-Paquet. Policy Sciences 42(February, 2009): 33 – 55.
“Dimensions of Charter School Choice.” Journal of School Choice 2(September, 2008): 302 – 317.
“Institutional Advocacy and the Political Behavior of Charter Schools” with Jeffrey R. Henig, Heath Brown, and Natalie Lacireno-Paquet. Political Research Quarterly 60(June, 2007): 202 – 214.
“Moving Forward and Spinning Wheels: A Comparison of Charter School Policies in Michigan and the District of Columbia” with Natalie Lacireno-Paquet. Educational Policy 21(January, 2007): 185 – 214.
“Does Mission Matter? Exploring a Typology of Charter School Orientation” with Jeffrey R. Henig, Heath Brown, and Natalie Lacireno-Paquet, in A Guide to Charter Schools, eds. Myron S. Kayes and Robert Maranto. Latham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2006.
“The Influence of Founder Type on Charter School Structures and Operations” with Jeffreu R. Henig, Heath Brown, and Natalie Lacireno-Paquet. American Journal of Education 111(August, 2005): 487 – 522.
“Research on Emergent Phenomena: Responses and Speculations” with Jeffrey R. Henig, Heath Brown, and Natalie Lacireno-Paquet. Social Science Quarterly 85(December, 2004): 1072 – 1077.
“Scale of Operations and Locus of Control in Market Versus Mission-Oriented Charter Schools” with Heath Brown, Jeffrey R. Henig, and Natalie Lacireno-Paquet. Social Science Quarterly 85(December, 2004): 1035 – 1051.
“Privatization, Politics, and Urban Services: The Political Advocacy Behavior of Charter Schools” with Jeffrey R. Henig, Natalie Lacireno-Paquet, and Michele Moser. Journal of Urban Affairs 25(February, 2003): 37 – 54.
“Creaming Versus Cropping: Charter School Enrollment Practices in Response to Market Incentives” with Natalie Lacireno-Paquet, Michele Moser, and Jeffrey R. Henig. Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis 24(Summer, 2002): 145 – 158.