Gwen Arnold
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A review of design principles for community-based natural resource management
M Cox, G Arnold, SV Tomás
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
An institutional theory of hydraulic fracturing policy
R Holahan, G Arnold
Ecological Economics 94, 127-134, 2013
Street-level policy entrepreneurship
G Arnold
Public Management Review 17 (3), 307-327, 2015
The federalism of fracking: How the locus of policy-making authority affects civic engagement
G Arnold, R Holahan
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 44 (2), 344-368, 2014
Social networks and policy entrepreneurship: how relationships shape municipal decision making about high‐volume hydraulic fracturing
G Arnold, LA Nguyen Long, M Gottlieb
Policy Studies Journal 45 (3), 414-441, 2017
Enhancing college students’ environmental sensibilities through online nature journaling
G Arnold
Environmental Education Research 18 (1), 133-150, 2012
Determinants of pro‐fracking measure adoption by New York southern tier municipalities
G Arnold, KW Neupane
Review of Policy Research 34 (2), 208-232, 2017
Policy learning and science policy innovation adoption by street-level bureaucrats
G Arnold
Journal of Public Policy 34 (3), 389-414, 2014
The Influence of Organizations and Institutions on Wetland Policy Stability: The Rapanos Case
G Arnold, FD Fleischman
Policy Studies Journal 41 (2), 343-364, 2013
Use of monetary wetland value estimates by EPA Clean Water Act Section 404 regulators
G Arnold
Wetlands ecology and management 21 (2), 117-129, 2013
Design principles in commons science: A response to “Ostrom, Hardin and the commons”(Araral)
M Cox, S Villamayor-Tomas, G Arnold
Environmental Science & Policy 61, 238-242, 2016
Policy expansion in local government environmental policy making
G Arnold, LAN Long
Public Administration Review 79 (4), 465-476, 2019
“No Fracking Way” vs.“Drill Baby Drill”: A Restructuring of Who Is Pitted Against Whom in the Narrative Policy Framework
M Gottlieb, E Bertone Oehninger, G Arnold
Policy Studies Journal 46 (4), 798-827, 2018
How do landowners learn about high-volume hydraulic fracturing? A survey of Eastern Ohio landowners in active or proposed drilling units
G Arnold, B Farrer, R Holahan
Energy Policy 114, 455-464, 2018
Collective action for common pool resource management in Michigan inland lake communities
G Arnold
Michigan Journal of Political Science 2 (1), 1, 2003
When Cooperative Federalism Isn’t: How US Federal Interagency Contradictions Impede Effective Wetland Management
G Arnold
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 45 (2), 244-269, 2015
S. Tomas. 2010. A Review of Design Principles for Community-based Natural Resource Management
M Cox, G Arnold
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 38, 0
Applying policy process theories to environmental governance research: Themes and new directions
T Ruseva, M Foster, G Arnold, S Siddiki, A York, R Pudney, Z Chen
Policy Studies Journal 47, S66-S95, 2019
Measuring environmental and economic opinions about hydraulic fracturing: a survey of landowners in active or planned drilling units
G Arnold, B Farrer, R Holahan
Review of Policy Research 35 (2), 258-279, 2018
Fighting King Coal: The Barriers to Grassroots Environmental Justice Movement Participation in Central Appalachia. Boston, MA: MIT Press. x+ 326 pages. ISBN 9780262034340, 65 …
P Mudliar, G Arnold
Review of Policy Research 34 (5), 727-729, 2017
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