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Evan J. Ringquist

Professor

eringqui@indiana.edu
(812) 855-0732
SPEA Room 223


Education
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990
M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1986
B.A., Moorhead State University, 1984

Professional Experience

  • Florida State University, 1993-2001
  • Texas Tech University, 1990-1993

Professional Interests
Public policy process and evaluation, with substantive interests in environmental and energy policy, research methodology, bureaucratic behavior, and democratic influences in policy making.

Current Projects
OnTOPIC Podcast

SPEA Podcasts Pollution Hotspots

Selected Publications
Full Vita

  • Ringquist, Evan, ed. N.d. Meta-Analysis for Public Management and Policy. New York: Wiley/Josey-Bass. (Under contract, final manuscript deadline January 2012)
  • Ringquist, Evan J. 2011. “Trading Equity for Efficiency in Environmental Protection? Environmental Justice Effects from the SO2 Allowance Trading Program.” Social Science Quarterly
  • Cho, Yoon Jik, and Evan Ringquist. 2011. “Managerial Trustworthiness and Organizational Outcomes.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
  • Berry, William, Evan Ringquist, Richard Fording, and Russell Hanson. 2007. “The Measurement and Stability of State Citizen Ideology.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly
  • Ringquist, Evan J. 2006.. "Environmental Justice: Normative Concerns, Empirical Evidence, and Government Action." In Environmental Policy, 6th edition, ed. Norman Vig and Michael Kraft. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly
  • Ringquist, Evan J. 2005. “Assessing the Evidence of Regarding Environmental Inequities: A Meta-Analysis.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 24(2):223-247
  • Ringquist, Evan J., and Tatiana Kostadinova. 2005. “Evaluating the Effectiveness of International Environmental Agreements: The Case of the 1985 Helsinki Protocol.” American Journal of Political Science 49(1):86-102