Publications

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Working Papers available at ssrn.com

PEER REVIEWED BOOK

The Politics of Regulatory Reform. Shapiro, S. and Borie-Holtz, D. (October 2013). New York. Routledge Publishers.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS OR MONOGRAPHS

 

Sampling in Disaster and Emergency Management Research.” Borie-Holtz, D. and Koning, A. (2021) in Research Methods of Disaster and Emergency Management: Social Science Approaches in Application, edited by Jason Rivera. Routledge.

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS                                 

 

Bringing the Heat Home: Television Spots about Local Impacts Reduce Global Warming Denialism.” Romero-Canyas, R., Larson-Konar, D., Redlawsk, D. P., Borie-Holtz, D., Gaby, K., Langer, S., & Schneider, B. (2018). Environmental Communication, 1-21.

"Exploring the Relationship Between Regulatory Reform in the States and State Regulatory Output." Shapiro, S. and Borie-Holtz, D. (2014). 64 Case Western Reserve law Review 1791.

 

ARTICLES IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALS OR GENERAL JOURNALS

   

Regulatory Reform: Retrospective Review in Four States.” Shapiro, S., Borie-Holtz, D. and Markey, Ian. (2016) Regulation. Vol. 39 No. 1, 32-35.

 

Why Regulatory Reform?” Shapiro, S. and Borie-Holtz, D. (Spring 2014). Regulation.

“Lessons from New Jersey.” Shapiro, S. and Borie-Holtz, D. (Spring 2011). Regulation.

ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS, NOT REFEREED

“Don’t believe the polls - just vote.” Borie-Holtz, D. [Opinion Contributor]. (November 6, 2018). The Hill.  Retrieved from https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/414931-dont-believe-the-polls-just-vote.

 

“The Politics of Regulatory Reform.” Shapiro, S. and Borie-Holtz, D. (October 2013). RegBlog, University of Pennsylvania School of Law, “Top 50” posts in 2013.

 

Does Process Matter: Regulatory and Regulatory Output in the States.” (Working Paper). Shapiro, S. and Borie-Holtz, D. (2011). New York: Institute for Policy Integrity, New York University School of Law, pp.17.

In the Regulatory Weeds of the Garden State: Lessons from New Jersey’s Legislative  Process.” Borie-Holtz, D. and Shapiro, S. (August 2009). Institute for Policy Integrity, New York University School of Law.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

"The New Brunswick Tomorrow Community Survey." Koning, A. and Borie-Holtz, D. (2016). Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling. Forthcoming 2021 (20th Installment).

 

"How Businesses Experience Regulations." (Working Paper Series). Shapiro, S. and Borie-Holtz, D. (2018). McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin.

"New Jersey Commission on the Blind Study and Visually Impaired (CBVI) Customer Satisfaction Survey." (2017). McKim, L., Borie-Holtz, D. and Koning, A. Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling.

 

"Newark Police Division Consent Decree 2016-2017 Community Probability Survey Final Report, (2nd Quarter Report, Appendix B, pg.76-383)." Koning, A. and Borie-Holtz, D. (2017).

 

"The New Brunswick Tomorrow Community Survey, 2016 (19th Installment)." Koning, A. and Borie-Holtz, D. (2016).

 

"Trying to Float in a Sea of Regulation: Perception and Reality About Regulatory Overload." Borie-Holtz, Debra and Shapiro, Stuart. (September 15, 2014).

"The New Brunswick Tomorrow Community Survey, 2012 (18th Installment)." Redlawsk, Daivd, Koning, A., Borie-Holtz, D. & McKim, L. (2012).

“Regulatory Reform in the States: Lessons from New Jersey.” Shapiro, S. and D.

Borie-Holtz. (2011). Borie-Holtz, Debra and Shapiro, Stuart.  (September 15, 2014).

“No End in Sight: The Agony of Prolonged Unemployment.” Borie-Holtz, D., Zukin, C & VanHorn, C. May, (2010). John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development-Rutgers University. Work Trends, 53pp.

 

"Breaking through the glass ceiling: only to get stuck in the rafters: a study of gendered legislative leadership in the 50 states." Borie-Holtz, D. A. (2011). Doctoral dissertation, Rutgers University-Graduate School-New Brunswick.

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