This paper combines the regression discontinuity in time (RDiT) design and longitudinal analysis to examine the impacts of state legislation and the subsequent collaborative projects on water quality.
This paper combines the difference-in-differences (DiD) methods and content analysis to examine the effectiveness of collaborative platforms in supporting local collaborations for natural resource management.
Using a conjoint experiment, this research compare the effects of effectiveness and democratic values in predicting public program evaluation, conditioned on citizens’ trust in government.
This paper uses a conjoint experiment involving U.S. municipal officials to compare three fundamental theories: rational choice, political homophily, and social capital, in predicting the willingness to collaborate.
This research utilizes public integrity information, randomly assigned as the instrumental variable, to explore the impact of trust in government on citizens’ perceptions of collaborative governance.
This paper uses the synthetic control method, incorporating monthly water quality data from 14 river monitoring sites in two neighboring cities, to examine the effectiveness of the Network Administrative Organization (NAO) model in reducing water pollution.