Articles in press or under review

“Public Sentiment Toward Solar Energy: Opinion Mining of Twitter Using a Transformer-Based Language Model”
Serena Y. Kim, Koushik Ganesan, Princess Dickens, and Soumya Panda
Under Review.
[preprint]
(2020)

“Make-or-Buy Decisions in Airport Solar Financing: A Transaction Cost Approach”
Serena Y. Kim
Under Review
(2020)

Articles published

“Urban-Rural Disparities in Opioid Use Disorder Prevention and Response Activities: A Cross-Sectional Analysis”
William L. Swann, Sojeong Kim, Serena Y. Kim, and Terri L. Schreiber
Journal of Rural Health
(2020)

“Institutional Arrangements and Airport Solar PV”
Serena Y. Kim
Energy Policy
(2020)

“Updating the Institutional Collective Action”
Serena Y. Kim, William L. Swann, Christopher M. Weible, Thomas Bolognesi, Rachel M. Krause, Angela Y. S. Park, Tian Tang, Kiernan Maletsky, and Richard C. Feiock
Policy Studies Journal
(2020)

“Local Policy Activity and Commitment to Addressing the US Opioid Crisis: A Cross-Sectional Survey of County Governments”
William L. Swann, Terri L. Schreiber, Steven Wright, Mark W. Davis, Sojeong Kim, Serena Y. Kim, Alex Osei-Kojo, and Megan Lamiotte
Journal of Public Health Management & Practice
(2020)

“Community Resistance and Discretionary Strategies in Planning Sustainable Development: The Case of Colorado Cities”
William L. Swann, Shelley McMullen, Dan Graeve, and Serena Y. Kim
Urban Planning
(2019)

“East Asian Way of Linking the Environment to Trade in Free Trade Agreements”
Min Gyo Koo and Seo Young Kim
The Journal of Environment & Development
(2018)

“Practical Prescriptions for Governing Fragmented Governments”
William L. Swann and Seo Young Kim
Policy & Politics
(2018)

Book chapters and blog posts

“Collective Learning and Institutional Collective Action in Fragmented Governance”
Serena Y. Kim, William L. Swann, and Richard C. Feiock
In Knowledge for Governance. Vol 15. Knowledge and Space, edited by Johannes Glückler, Gary Herrigel, and Michael Handke
Springer
(2020)

“Strategies for Collaborating in Fragmented Governments”
William L. Swann and Seo Young Kim
Policy and Politics Journal Blog
(2018)