Laurie Constance Long

 
Specialization:  Urban Management

Publications

Kendra, James M., McEntire, David A., Davidson, Rachel, Li, Sizheng, Scawthorn, Charles, Long, Laurie C., and Kelly, Josh.  “San Bruno, California September 9, 2010 Gas Pipeline Explosion and Fire” NSF Rapid Grant Report (2012).

Kendra, James M., McEntire, David A., Davidson, Rachel, Li, Sizheng, Scawthorn, Charles, Long, Laurie C., and Kelly, Josh.  “San Bruno, California September 9, 2010 Gas Pipeline Explosion and Fire” Disaster Research Center Report (2012).

Arlikatti, Sudha, Andrew, Simon A., Kendra, James M., and Long, Laurie C. “The Effect of Housing Assistance Arrangements on Household Recovery: An Empirical Test of Donor-Assisted and Owner-Driven Approaches” Journal of Housing and Built Environment (forthcoming). 

Arlikatti, Sudha, Bezboruah, Karabi, and Long, Laurie C.  “Role of the Voluntary Sector in Tsunami Disaster Relief in Southern India:   Compensating or Complementing?” Social Development Issues (forthcoming). 

Collins, Brian and Long, Laurie C.  “Volunteerism in the Time of Economic Restructuring: Does Underemployment Affect Volunteering.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (under review). 

McEntire, David A., Kendra, James M., Kelly, Josh, and Long, Laurie C. “Spontaneous Planning in the San Bruno Gas Pipeline Explosion: A Case Study of Anticipation and Improvisation during Response Operations” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (under review). 

Dissertation Title:  Drilling Down Natural Gas Well Permitting Policy:  Examining the Effects of Institutional Arrangements on Citizen Participation and Policy Outcomes”
                                  Completed: August 2013.

Research Interests

Urban policy analysis, emergency management, nonprofit organizations

Conference Presentations

(2012) Southeastern Conference for Public Administration (SECoPA), “Natural Gas Well Siting:  A Theoretical Framework for Examining Institutional Effects on Citizen Participation;” American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), “Natural Gas Well Siting:  Drilling Down Environmental Justice Issues.” 

(2011) Southeastern Conference for Public Administration (SECoPA), “Drilling Down Environmental Justice Issues:  A Case Study of Natural Gas Drilling in Flower Mound, Texas;” FEMA Region VI Annual Mitigation Conference, “The San Bruno Gas Pipeline Explosion:  A Case Study of Spontaneous Planning and Adaption” with David A. McEntire; Western Political Science Association (WPSA), “Volunteerism in the Time of Economic Restructuring: Does Underemployment Affect Volunteering?” with Brian Collins.

(2010) Association for Research of Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), “Role of the Voluntary Sector in Tsunami Disaster Relief in Southern India:   Compensating or Complementing?”with Sudha Arlikatti and Karabi Bezboruah; Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP), “Housing Recovery after 2004 Tsunami:  Change as Perceived by Displaced and Non-Displaced Households" with Sudha Arlikatti, Simon A. Andrew, and James M. Kendra; National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA), “Preserving Quality in Times of Fiscal Austerity: A Case Study of a PhD Program” with Robert Bland, Lisa Dicke, and Vaida Maleckaite. 

Professional Associations

American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), Texas Association of Former Municipal Officers