Asim Zia
Asim Zia
Professor of Public Policy & Computer Science, Department of Community Development and
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Governance Networks: Serving the Public Interest Across Sectors
C Koliba, JW Meek, A Zia
CRC, 2009
348*2009
Acknowledging conservation trade‐offs and embracing complexity
PD Hirsch, WM Adams, JP Brosius, A Zia, N Bariola, JL Dammert
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 259-264, 2011
2702011
Accountability in governance networks: An assessment of public, private, and nonprofit emergency management practices following Hurricane Katrina
CJ Koliba, RM Mills, A Zia
Public Administration Review 71 (2), 210-220, 2011
1952011
Evaluating the effects of ideology on public understanding of climate change science: How to improve communication across ideological divides?
A Zia, AM Todd
Public understanding of science 19 (6), 743-761, 2010
1842010
Linking models of human behaviour and climate alters projected climate change
B Beckage, LJ Gross, K Lacasse, E Carr, SS Metcalf, JM Winter, PD Howe, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (1), 79-84, 2018
752018
Cross-scale value trade-offs in managing social-ecological systems: the politics of scale in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
A Zia, P Hirsch, A Songorwa, DR Mutekanga, S O’Connor, T McShane, ...
Ecology and Society 16 (4), 2011
492011
Mainstreaming early warning systems in development and planning processes: Multilevel implementation of Sendai framework in Indus and Sahel
A Zia, CH Wagner
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 6 (2), 189-199, 2015
482015
Navigating complex trade-offs in conservation and development: an integrative framework
PD Hirsch, JP Brosius, P Gagnon
Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies, 2013
432013
Spatial discounting, place attachment, and environmental concern: Toward an ambit-based theory of sense of place
A Zia, BG Norton, SS Metcalf, PD Hirsch, BM Hannon
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 283-295, 2014
322014
Post-kyoto climate governance: Confronting the politics of scale, ideology, and knowledge
A Zia
Routledge, 2013
322013
An interactive land use transition agent-based model (ILUTABM): Endogenizing human-environment interactions in the Western Missisquoi Watershed
Y Tsai, A Zia, C Koliba, G Bucini, J Guilbert, B Beckage
Land use policy 49, 161-176, 2015
262015
Coupled impacts of climate and land use change across a river–lake continuum: Insights from an integrated assessment model of Lake Champlain’s Missisquoi Basin, 2000–2040
A Zia, A Bomblies, AW Schroth, C Koliba, PDF Isles, Y Tsai, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (11), 114026, 2016
252016
Governance informatics: Managing the performance of Inter-organizational governance networks
C Koliba, A Zia, BHY Lee
The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal 16 (1), 1-26, 2011
212011
Vermont agricultural resilience in a Changing Climate
R Schattman, E Méndez, K Westdijk, M Caswell, D Conner, C Koliba, ...
Agroecology, ecosystems, and sustainability 325, 2014
202014
More complex complexity: Exploring the nature of computational irreducibility across physical, biological, and human social systems
B Beckage, S Kauffman, LJ Gross, A Zia, C Koliba
Irreducibility and computational equivalence, 79-88, 2013
202013
Crowdsourced Delphis: Designing solutions to complex environmental problems with broad stakeholder participation
S Coleman, S Hurley, C Koliba, A Zia
Global Environmental Change 45, 111-123, 2017
182017
The critical role of information sharing to the value proposition of a food systems network
C Koliba, S Wiltshire, S Scheinert, D Turner, A Zia, E Campbell
Public Management Review 19 (3), 284-304, 2017
172017
Performance management systems of congestion management networks: Evidence from four cases
C Koliba, E Campbell, A Zia
Public Performance & Management Review 34 (4), 520-548, 2011
172011
The salience and complexity of building, regulating, and governing the smart grid: Lessons from a statewide public–private partnership
C Koliba, M DeMenno, N Brune, A Zia
Energy Policy 74, 243-252, 2014
162014
From the habit of control to institutional enablement: Re-envisioning the governance of social-ecological systems from the perspective of complexity sciences
A Zia, S Kauffman, C Koliba, B Beckage, G Vattay, A Bomblies
Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (1), 79-88, 2014
162014
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