Recent Faculty Publications
Boyer, E.J., Kolpakov, A., & Schmitz, H.P. Do executives approach leadership differently when they are involved in collaborative partnerships? A perspective from international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). Public Performance & Management Review.
Boyer, E.J., & Kolpakov, A. An empirical examination of partnership frequency and design within international nongovernmental organizations (INGOs). International Journal of Public Administration.
Boyer, E.J., Rogers, J.D., & Van Slyke, D.M. Analyzing managerial perceptions of when and how to structure public involvement in public-private partnerships. Local Government Studies.
Boyer, E.J., & Van Slyke, D. Citizen attitudes towards public-private partnerships. American Review of Public Administration.
Faria, J.R., & Mixon, F.G. Entrepreneurial philanthropy and university creation: An economic model. Journal of the Knowledge Economy.
Scheller, D.S., & Yerena, A. Neighborhood concerns and mobilization patterns of homeowners and neighborhood associations. Journal of Public Management and Social Policy.
Boyer, E.J., & Scheller, D.S. An examination of state-level public-private partnership adoption: Analyzing economic, political, and demand-related determinants of PPPs. Public Works Management & Policy, 23 (1): 5-33.
de Oliveira, A.R., Faria, J.R., & Silva, E.C.D. Transnational terrorism: Externalities and coalition formation. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62 (3): 471-495.
Faria, J.R., Mixon, F.G., & Upadhyaya, K.P. Editor reputation and journal quality: The case of regional economic association journals. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 18 (1).
Barros, C.P., Faria, J.R., & Gil-Alana, L.A. The demand for money in Angola. Journal of Economics and Finance, 41 (2): 408-420.
Besancenot, D., Faria, J.R., & Mixon, F.G. Academic research and the strategic interaction of scholars and editors: A two-stage game. International Game Theory Review,, 19 (1): 1-16.
Faria, J.R., Mixon, F.G., & Upadhyaya, K.P. Human capital and collegiality in academic beehives: Theory and analysis of European economics faculties. Theoretical and Applied Economics, 24 (1), 147-162.
Faria, J.R., Silva, E.C.D., & Arce, D.G. Intertemporal versus spatial externalities in counterterror policy games. Dynamic Games and Applications, 7 (3): 402-421.
Scheller, D.S. Neighborhood racial composition, public goods provision, and homeowners associations: Bridging the literatures and future directions for research. Journal of Real Estate Literature, 25 (2): 283-310.
Veiga, P.M., Ferreira, J.J., & Faria, J.R. The impact of the financial crisis and financial assistance in Portugal: Micro and macro foundations. Global Business and Economics Review, 19 (1): 70-88.
Atherton, A., Faria, J.R., Wheatley, D., Wu, D., & Wu, Z. The decision to moonlight: Does second job holding by the self-employed and employed differ? Industrial Relations Journal, 47 (3): 279-299.
Boyer, E.J. Identifying a knowledge management approach for public-private partnerships. Public Performance & Management Review, 40 (1), 158-180.
Boyer, E.J., Van Slyke, D., & Rogers, J. An empirical examination of public involvement in public-private partnerships: Qualifying the benefits of public involvement in PPPs. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 26 (1), 45-61.
Faria, J.R., Mixon, F., Sachsida, A. & Loureiro, P. Minority faculty hiring power in Academe: An economic model. Review of Black Political Economy, 43 (3-4), 273-288.
Faria, J.R., Mixon, F., & Upadhyay, K. Human capital, collegiality and stardom in economics: Empirical analysis. Scientometrics, 106, 917-943.
Ferreira, J.J.M., Fernandes, C.I., Raposo, M.L., Thurik, R., & Faria, J.R. Entrepreneur location decisions across industries. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 12 (4), 985-1006.
Reglen, D., & Scheller, D.S. Fire department turnout times: A contextual analysis. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 13, 167-189.
Scheller, D.S. Neighborhood hierarchy of needs. Journal of Urban Affairs. 38, 429-449.
Barros, C.P., Gil-Alana, L.A., & Faria, J.R. The macroeconomy of Angola: Breaks and persistence in Angolan macro data. Applied Economics, 47, 2783-2802.
Barros, C.P., Gil-Alana, L.A., & Faria, J. Mozambique Metical exchange rate dynamics: Evidence of fractional co-integration in the USA and South African rates. Southern African Journal of Economics, 83 (4): 569-575.
Boyer, E.J., & Newcomer, K. Developing government expertise in strategic contracting for public-private partnerships. Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation, 1 (2): 129-148.
Faria, J.R. Entrepreneurship and business cycles: Technological innovations and unemployment. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 11 (2), 253-265.
Faria, J.R. Location clusters, FDI and local entrepreneurs: Consistent public policy. Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 7 (4): 858-868.
Faria, J.R. & McAdam, P. Academic productivity before and after tenure: The case of the "Specialist." Oxford Economic Papers, 67, 291-309.
Faria, J.R. & McAdam, P. Macroeconomic adjustment under regime change: From social contract to Arab spring. Journal of International Money and Finance, 56, 1-22.
Hassan, G., & Faria, J.R. Do remittances diminish social violence? Journal of Development Studies, 51 (10): 1309-1325.
Scheller, D.S. The effects of neighborhood democracy on neighborhood cooperation: A laboratory study. Journal of Urban Affairs, 37 (5), 568-582.
Scheller, D.S. Neighborhood governments and their role in property values. Urban Affairs Review, 51 (2), 290-309.
Scheller, D.S. Homeowners associations (HOAs). In Encyclopedia of public administration and public policy. 3rd ed. Befriend, D., and Dubnick, M., Eds. Taylor and Francis: New York, pp. 1686-1691.
Wanke, P., Barros, C.P., & Faria, J.R. Financial distress drivers in Brazilian banks: A dynamic slacks approach. European Journal of Operational Research, 240 (1), 258- 268.
Waterman, R.W., Bretting, J.G., & Stewart, J. The politics of U.S. ambassadorial appointments: From the Court of St. James to Burkina Faso. Social Science Quarterly, 96 (2), 503-522.