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Energy decentralization in California and New York: Conflicts in the politics of shared solar and community choice
(Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2020-04)
This study reviews the development of shared (community) solar and community choice aggregation in the U.S. states of California and New York. Both states are leaders in energy-transition policy in the U.S., but they have ...
Do Religious Struggles Mediate the Association between Day-to-Day Discrimination and Depressive Symptoms?
(MDPI: Religions, 2017-07-27)
Although numerous studies have shown that discrimination contributes to poorer mental health, the precise mechanisms underlying this association are not well understood. In this paper, we consider the possibility that ...
Sources of Continued Corporate Dominance
(Class, Race, and Corporate Power, 2019)
How do we make sense of the policy implications of the numerous corporate elites appointed to positions in government? The board interlock network served as a reliable map of power for most of the 20th century. With the ...
Incumbent-led transitions and civil society: Autonomous vehicle policy and consumer organizations in the United States
(Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2020-02)
The transition to connected and autonomous (or automated) vehicles (CAVs) in the United States is used to explore the role of civil society in the acceleration and deceleration of sociotechnical transitions. This is an ...