An, B., Levy, E. M. and Hero, E. R. 2018. “It’s Not Just Welfare: Racial Inequality and the Local Provision of Public Goods in the United States.” Urban Affairs Review 54(5): 833-865. (Urban Affairs Review Best Paper: Winner of 2018 Best Paper Award in Urban and Regional Politics presented at the 2017 American Political Science Association Meeting)
Thom, M. and An, B. 2017. “Fade to Black? Exploring Policy Termination through the Rise and Fall of State Tax Incentives for the Motion Picture Industry.” American Politics Research (45)1: 85-108.
Papers in Review
An, B., and Bostic, R.W. “What Determines Where Public Investment Goes? Regional Governance and The Role of Institutional Rules and Power.” (Revise and Resubmit, Public Administration Review)
Thom, M., and An, B. “Toward an Independent Public Enterprise? Examining the Effect of Agency Structure and Capital Investment on Subsidy Reliance among US Transit Providers.” (Public Finance Review)
An, B., Bostic, R.W., Jakabovics, A., Orlando, A.W., and Rodnyansky, S. “Why are Small and Medium Multifamily Housing So Inexpensive?” (Journal of Housing Economics)
Bostic, R.W., Jakabovics, A., Voith, R., Zielenbach, S., An, B., Orlando, A.W., and Rodnyansky, S. “Too Much of a Good Thing? The Effects of Concentrated Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Developments on Surrounding House Prices.” (Journal of Urban Economics)
Papers Scheduled for Submission in Spring 2019
“Capitalizing on Collective Action: Special Districts as Community's Institutional Choice for Governance Redesign." *Solo-authored paper
“Examining a Non-Stationary Approach to Policy Diffusion: Exploring the Municipal Spread of Climate Action Plans within Southern California.” with Adam Butz and Joshua Mitchell
"Small and Medium Multifamily Housing Units: Affordability, Distribution, and Trends." with Raphael Bostic, Andrew Jakabovics, Anthony Orlando, and Seva Rodnyansky
Papers in Progress “Institutional Collective-Action Dilemmas and Collaborative Governance: State Mandates and Sustainable Groundwater Management in California” with Shui-Yan Tang
“Regional Governance and Inclusive Powersharing: How Institutional Change Contribute to Equitable Development”
“Political Homophily and Intergovernmental Strategy: Municipal Investment in Joint Infrastructure Development” with Richard Feiock
“Who Claims Rights to the City? The Effect of Immigration from Mexico on Municipal Fiscal Health in the United States” with Morris Levy
“Racial Inequality and Public Opinion on Redistribution: Evidence from Contextual Analysis and Experiment Survey” with Morris Levy and Benjamin Newman
“The Physical Legacy of Racism: How Redlining Cemented the Modern Built Environment” with Anthony Orlando and Seva Rodnyansky
Policy Reports/White Papers
An, B., Bostic, R.W., Jakabovics, A., Orlando, A.W., and Rodnyansky, S. (2017). “Small and Medium Multifamily Housing Units: Affordability, Distribution, and Trends.” Enterprise Community Partners and USC Bedrosian Center on Public Enterprises.
An, B., Bostic, R.W., Jakabovics, A., Orlando, A.W., and Rodnyansky, S. (2017). “Understanding the Small and Medium Multifamily Housing Stock.” Enterprise Community Partners and USC Bedrosian Center on Public Enterprises.