Elizabeth A. Albright, Ph.D.

2009 Environment Duke University, Durham, NC 
Public Administration, Environmental Sciences
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Lynn A. Maguire grad student 2009 Duke
 (Policy change and policy learning in a new democracy: Response to extreme floods in Hungary.)
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Koebele EA, Crow DA, Albright EA. (2020) Building Resilience during Recovery: Lessons from Colorado's Watershed Resilience Pilot Program. Environmental Management
Albright EA. (2020) Disaster-driven discussion Nature Climate Change. 10: 12-13
Crow DA, Albright EA, Koebele E. (2019) The Role of Coalitions in Disaster Policymaking. Disasters
Crow DA, Albright EA, Koebele EA. (2019) Stakeholder Participation and Strategy in Rulemaking: A Comparative Analysis: State Politics & Policy Quarterly. 19: 208-235
Albright EA, Crow DA. (2019) Capacity Building toward Resilience: How Communities Recover, Learn, and Change in the Aftermath of Extreme Events Policy Studies Journal
Crow DA, Albright EA. (2019) Intergovernmental relationships after disaster: state and local government learning during flood recovery in Colorado Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning. 21: 257-274
Albright EA, Crow D. (2019) Beliefs about climate change in the aftermath of extreme flooding Climatic Change. 155: 1-17
Hamin E, Abunnasr Y, Roman Dilthey M, et al. (2018) Pathways to Coastal Resiliency: The Adaptive Gradients Framework Sustainability. 10: 2629
Crow DA, Albright EA, Ely T, et al. (2018) Do Disasters Lead to Learning? Financial Policy Change in Local Government Review of Policy Research. 35: 564-589
Crow DA, Albright EA, Koebele E. (2017) Evaluating Informational Inputs in Rulemaking Processes: A Cross-Case Analysis Administration & Society. 49: 95399715581040
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