Copyright restrictions on many academic journals often prohibit us from posting links to published articles. However, research presentations made at academic conferences are not subject to the same restrictions, and we share those presentations below. Research presentations are vehicles for sharing preliminary analyses which scholars later turn into published articles. As such, the data, analyses, and results in these presentations are subject to revision and may be different from what is presented in a final journal article. If you would like additional information about these presentations, or would like access to the final articles based on them, please contact Dr. Gwen Arnold (gbarnold@ucdavis.edu). For space reasons, only select presentations from 2015 forward are listed.

Arnold, Gwen, Le Anh Nguyen, Madeline Gottlieb, Michael Bybee, and Nikita Sinha. 2017. Understanding local fracking regulatory stringency. Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, Aug. 31-Sept. 3.

Le Anh Nguyen, Rudy Huezo, and Gwen Arnold. 2017. Public records versus newspaper reporting as sources for local-level environmental policy networks: An automated process for comparing secondary sources. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Political Networks Section of the American Political Science Association, Columbus, Ohio, June 14-17.

Arnold, Gwen, Le Anh Nguyen, Madeline Gottlieb, Michael Bybee, and Nikita Sinha. 2017. The role of policy attributes in policy adoption and diffusion: Learning from anti-fracking municipal policy adoption in New York. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 6-9.

Arnold, Gwen, Benjamin Farrer, and Robert Holahan. 2017. How do landowners learn about high-volume hydraulic fracturing? A survey of Ohio landowners. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 6-9.

Arnold, Gwen, Le Anh Nguyen, Madeline Gottlieb, Michael Bybee, and Nikita Sinha. 2016. Policy expansion in local government environmental policymaking: The case of high-volume hydraulic fracturing policy in New York. Presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Annual Conference, Washington, DC., Nov. 3-5.

Arnold, Gwen. 2016. Determinants of policy entrepreneur success in New York's local fracking policy struggles. Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Sept. 1–4.

Arnold, Gwen, and Le Anh Nguyen. 2015. Analyzing the role of social networks in municipal decision-making about high-volume hydraulic fracturing. Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, Sept. 3–6.