Elizabeth Koebele
Elizabeth Koebele
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A narrative method for analyzing transitions in urban water management: The case of the M iami‐D ade W ater and S ewer D epartment
G Treuer, E Koebele, A Deslatte, K Ernst, M Garcia, K Manago
Water Resources Research 53 (1), 891-908, 2017
332017
Local media coverage of wildfire disasters: An analysis of problems and solutions in policy narratives
DA Crow, J Berggren, LA Lawhon, EA Koebele, A Kroepsch, J Huda
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 35 (5), 849-871, 2017
272017
Assessing outputs, outcomes, and barriers in collaborative water governance: A case study
EA Koebele
Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 155 (1), 63-72, 2015
252015
Integrating collaborative governance theory with the Advocacy Coalition Framework
EA Koebele
Journal of Public Policy 39 (1), 35-64, 2019
182019
Do Disasters Lead to Learning? Financial Policy Change in Local Government
DA Crow, EA Albright, T Ely, E Koebele, L Lawhon
Review of Policy Research, 2018
162018
A narrative policy framework analysis of wildfire policy discussions in two Colorado communities
DA Crow, LA Lawhon, J Berggren, J Huda, E Koebele, A Kroepsch
Politics & Policy 45 (4), 626-656, 2017
162017
Public information and regulatory processes: What the public knows and regulators decide
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Review of Policy Research 33 (1), 90-109, 2016
162016
Wildfire outreach and citizen entrepreneurs in the wildland–urban interface: A cross-case analysis in Colorado
E Koebele, DA Crow, LA Lawhon, A Kroepsch, R Schild, K Clifford
Society & Natural Resources 28 (8), 918-923, 2015
152015
Evaluating informational inputs in rulemaking processes: A cross-case analysis
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Administration & Society 49 (9), 1318-1345, 2017
142017
Cross‐coalition coordination in collaborative environmental governance processes
EA Koebele
Policy Studies Journal 48 (3), 727-753, 2020
122020
Environmental rulemaking across states: Process, procedural access, and regulatory influence
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (7), 1222-1240, 2016
112016
Remembering the past, anticipating the future: Community learning and adaptation discourse in media commemorations of catastrophic wildfires in Colorado
A Kroepsch, EA Koebele, DA Crow, J Berggren, J Huda, LA Lawhon
Environmental Communication 12 (1), 132-147, 2018
102018
Stakeholder participation and strategy in rulemaking: a comparative analysis
DA Crow, EA Albright, EA Koebele
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 19 (2), 208-235, 2019
92019
Towards urban water sustainability: Analyzing management transitions in Miami, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles
M Garcia, E Koebele, A Deslatte, K Ernst, KF Manago, G Treuer
Global Environmental Change 58, 101967, 2019
72019
Policy learning in collaborative environmental governance processes
EA Koebele
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 21 (3), 242-256, 2019
52019
Information, resources, and management priorities: agency outreach and mitigation of wildfire risk in the western United States
DA Crow, LA Lawhon, E Koebele, A Kroepsch, R Schild, J Huda
Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 6 (1), 69-90, 2015
52015
Using the advocacy coalition framework to understand collaborative policy processes
E Koebele
Western Political Science Association Conference, San Diego, California, 24-26, 2016
42016
Evaluating Stakeholder Participation and Influence on State‐Level Rulemaking
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Policy Studies Journal, 2019
32019
Collaborative Water Governance in the Colorado River Basin: Understanding Coalition Dynamics and Processes of Policy Change
EA Koebele
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2017
22017
Risk Perceptions, Management Regimes, and Wildfire Mitigation Behavior in Wildland-Urban Interface Zones: A Cross-Case Analysis
E Koebele, DA Crow, L Dixon, R Schild, A Kroepsch, K Clifford
Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. Seattle, WA, 2014
22014
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