Christopher Koliba
Christopher Koliba
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Governance networks in public administration and public policy
CJ Koliba, JW Meek, A Zia, RW Mills
Routledge, 2017
Determining when payments are an effective policy approach to ecosystem service provision
RJ Kemkes, J Farley, CJ Koliba
Ecological economics 69 (11), 2069-2074, 2010
Accountability in governance networks: An assessment of public, private, and nonprofit emergency management practices following Hurricane Katrina
CJ Koliba, RM Mills, A Zia
Public Administration Review 71 (2), 210-220, 2011
Evaluating and improving the quality of teacher collaboration: A field-tested framework for secondary school leaders
R Gajda, CJ Koliba
Nassp Bulletin 92 (2), 133-153, 2008
Evaluating the imperative of intraorganizational collaboration: A school improvement perspective
R Gajda, C Koliba
American Journal of Evaluation 28 (1), 26-44, 2007
“Communities of practice” as an analytical construct: Implications for theory and practice
C Koliba, R Gajda
Intl Journal of Public Administration 32 (2), 97-135, 2009
Place-based education in the standards-based reform era—Conflict or complement?
N Jennings, S Swidler, C Koliba
American Journal of Education 112 (1), 44-65, 2005
Opening the policy window for ecological economics: Katrina as a focusing event
J Farley, D Baker, D Batker, C Koliba, R Matteson, R Mills, J Pittman
Ecological economics 63 (2-3), 344-354, 2007
Transformations towards new public governance: can the new paradigm handle complexity?
J Koppenjan, C Koliba
International Review of Public Administration 18 (2), 1-8, 2013
The challenge of accountability in complex regulatory networks: The case of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
RW Mills, CJ Koliba
Regulation & Governance 9 (1), 77-91, 2015
Facilitating reflection
J Reed, C Koliba
A manual for leaders and educators, 1995
Moral language and networks of engagement: Service learning and civic education
CJ Koliba
American Behavioral Scientist 43 (5), 825-838, 2000
You can know your school and feed it too: Vermont farmers’ motivations and distribution practices in direct sales to school food services
D Conner, B King, J Kolodinsky, E Roche, C Koliba, A Trubek
Agriculture and Human Values 29, 321-332, 2012
The practice of service learning in local school-community contexts
CJ Koliba, EK Campbell, C Shapiro
Educational Policy 20 (5), 683-717, 2006
From the household to watershed: A cross-scale analysis of residential intention to adopt green stormwater infrastructure
S Coleman, S Hurley, D Rizzo, C Koliba, A Zia
Landscape and Urban Planning 180, 195-206, 2018
An interactive land use transition agent-based model (ILUTABM): Endogenizing human-environment interactions in the Western Missisquoi Watershed
Y Tsai, A Zia, C Koliba, G Bucini, J Guilbert, B Beckage
Land use policy 49, 161-176, 2015
Modeling alternative collaborative governance network designs: An agent-based model of water governance in the Lake Champlain Basin, Vermont
P Bitterman, CJ Koliba
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 30 (4), 636-655, 2020
Coupled impacts of climate and land use change across a river–lake continuum: insights from an integrated assessment model of Lake Champlain’s Missisquoi Basin, 2000–2040
A Zia, A Bomblies, AW Schroth, C Koliba, PDF Isles, Y Tsai, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (11), 114026, 2016
Social-psychological determinants of farmer intention to adopt nutrient best management practices: Implications for resilient adaptation to climate change
EMB Doran, A Zia, SE Hurley, Y Tsai, C Koliba, C Adair, RE Schattman, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 276, 111304, 2020
Decision-making in livestock biosecurity practices amidst environmental and social uncertainty: evidence from an experimental game
SC Merrill, CJ Koliba, SM Moegenburg, A Zia, J Parker, T Sellnow, ...
PloS one 14 (4), e0214500, 2019
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