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Rachel Fleishman

Ph.D. Student, Public Administration, Syracuse University
(812) 855-7980
SPEA Room 412

M.S., Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, 2004
B.A., Chemistry, Vassar College, 1999

Professional Interests
Watershed management, collaborative management, inter-agency coordination and inter-governmental relations, citizen participation, and environmental policy.

Selected Publications
Full Vita

  • Fleishman, Rachel, Rob Alexander, Stuart Bretschneider, and David Popp. 2009. “Does Regulation Stimulate Technical Productive Efficiency? The Effect of Air Quality Policies on the Efficiency of U.S. Power Plants,” Energy Policy, November 2009, 37(11), 4575-4582
  • Fleishman, Rachel. 2009. To participate or not to participate? Incentives and obstacles for collaboration. In O’Leary, Rosemary and Lisa Blomgren Bingham, eds. The Collaborative Public Manager: New Ideas for the 21st Century. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Fleishman, Rachel, Rosemary O’Leary, and Catherine Gerard, eds. 2008. Pushing the Boundaries: New Frontiers in Conflict Resolution and Collaboration. A special edition of the journal Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change. Volume 29.
  • Fleishman, Rachel. 2007. Co-management as a Solution to the “Tragedy of the Commons”? Lessons from Thai Fisheries. Journal of Development and Social Transformation. Volume 3, Jan 2007. Available online at:
  • Fleishman, Rachel. 2004. Watershed Groups in Ohio: The Effects of Organizational Characteristics on Political Behavior, Accomplishments, and Perceived Effectiveness. Master’s Thesis. The Ohio State University. Columbus, OH.