Arnold, Gwen, Benjamin Farrer, and Robert Holahan. In Press. Measuring the influence of environmental and economic attitudes towards support for hydraulic fracturing: A survey of residents in active or planned drilling units,
Review of Policy Research
. DOI: 10.1111/ropr.12276
Arnold, Gwen, Benjamin Farrer, and Robert Holahan. 2018. How do landowners learn about learn about high-volme hydraulic fracturing? A survey of the information sources used by Eastern Ohio landowners in active or planned units,
Farrer, Benjamin, Robert Holahan, and Olga Shvetsova. 2017. Accounting for heterogeneous private risks in the provision of collective goods: Controversial compulsory contracting institutions in horizontal hydrofracturing,
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
Holahan, Robert and Mark Lubell. 2016. Collective action theory. In
Handbook on Theories of Governance,
Christopher Ansell and Jacob Torfing (Eds). Edward Elger: Cheltenham, UK.
Kashwan, Prakash and Robert Holahan. 2014. Nested governance for effective REDD+: Institutional and political arguments,
International Journal of the Commons
[Reprinted in Dan Cole and Mike McGinnis (Eds). 2016.
Elinor Ostrom and the Bloomington School of Political Economy
Volume 3: Frameworks and Methods of Institutional Analysis
. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books]
Arnold, Gwen and Robert Holahan. 2014. The federalism of fracking: A comparative institutional analysis,
Publius: The Journal of Federalism
Holahan, Robert and Gwen Arnold. 2013. An institutional theory of hydraulic fracturing,
Holahan, Robert. 2012. Investigating interest group representation on the Pacific Fisheries Management Council,
Janssen, Marco A., Robert Holahan, Allan Lee, and Elinor Ostrom. 2010. Lab experiments for the study of social-ecological systems,
Cox, James, Elinor Ostrom, James Walker, Antonio J. Castillo, Eric Coleman, Robert Holahan, Michael Schoon, and Brian Steed. 2009.
Trust in private and common property experiments,
Southern Economic Journal
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