RECENT PUBLICATIONS (since 2012)
Lejano, Raul and Francisco Fernandez de Castro (2014), “Norm, network, and commons: The invisible hand of community,” Environmental Science & Policy 36:73-85.
Lejano, Raul, Eduardo Araral, and Dianne Araral (2014), “Introduction to the special issue: Interrogating the commons,” Environmental Science & Policy 36:1-7.
Lian, Hongping and Raul Lejano (2014), “Interpreting institutional fit: Urbanization, development, and China’s “land-lost”,” World Development 61:1-10.
Ingram, Mrill, Helen Ingram, and Raul Lejano (2014), " "What’s the story? Creating and sustaining environmental networks," Environmental Politics (in press).
Lejano, Raul, Mrill Ingram, and Helen Ingram (2013), The Power of Narrative in Environmental Networks, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
Lejano, Raul, Joana Tavares-Reager, and Fikret Berkes (2013), “Climate and narrative: Environmental knowledge in everyday life, “ Environmental Science & Policy 31:61-70.
Howlett, M., & Lejano, R. P. (2013). “Tales from the crypt: The rise and fall (and rebirth?) of policy design,” Administration & Society, 45(3):357-381.
Goldstein, B., A. Taufen Wessells, R. Lejano, and W. Butler (2013), “Narrating resilience: Transforming urban systems through collaborative storytelling,” Urban Studies (in press).
Lee, E., R. Lejano, and R. Connelly (2013), “Regulation-by-information in areas of limited statehood: Lessons from the Philippines’ environmental regulation,”Regulation & Governance 7(3):387-405.
Lejano, Raul and Savita Shankar (2013), “The contextualist turn and schematics of institutional fit: Theory and a case study from Southern India,” Policy Sciences 46(1):83-102.
Lejano, Raul and Daniel Stokols (2013), “Social ecology, sustainability, and economics,” Ecological Economics 89:1-6.
Park, S.J., D. Ogunseitan, and R. Lejano (2013), “Dempster-Shafer theory applied to regulatory decision-making for safer alternatives to toxic chemicals in consumer products,: Integrated Environmental Assessment & Management (accepted, in press).
Stokols, D., R. Lejano, & J. Hipp (2012), “Enhancing the resilience of human-environment systems: A social ecological perspective,” Ecology & Society 18(1):7.
Lejano, Raul and Ching Leong (2012), “A hermeneutic approach to explaining and understanding public controversies,” JPART Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory 22 (4): 793-814.