Clarke, C. E., D. Bugden, D. T. N. Evensen, R. C. Stedman, H. S. Boudet and J. B. Jacquet (2019). Communicating about climate change, natural gas development, and ‘fracking’. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, Encyclopedia of Climate Communication. Ed. M. Nisbet, S. S. Ho, E. Markowitz, S. O’Neill, M. S. Schafer and J. Thaker. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Boudet, H. S. (2011). From NIMBY to NIABY: Regional mobilization against liquefied natural gas siting in the US. Environmental Politics 20(6): 786-806.
Zanocco, C., H. S. Boudet, C. E. Clarke, R. Stedman and D. Evensen (2020). NIMBY, YIMBY or something else? Geographies of public perceptions in the Marcellus Shale. Environmental Research Letters 15 (7): 074039.
McAdam, D., H. S. Boudet, J. Davis, R. J. Orr, W. R. Scott and R. Levitt (2010). ‘Site fights’: Explaining opposition to pipeline projects in the developing world. Sociological Forum 25(3): 410-427. Reprinted in Global Projects: Institutional and Political Challenges. Ed. W.R. Scott, R. J. Orr and R. E. Levitt. Cambridge University Press (2011).
Boudet, H. S. (2019). Public perceptions of and community responses to new energy technologies. Nature Energy 4: 446-455.
Boudet, H. S., D. Jayasundera and J. Davis (2011). Drivers of conflict in global infrastructure projects. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 137(7): 498-511.
Zanocco, C., H. S. Boudet, C. E. Clarke and P. Howe. (2019). Spatial discontinuities in support for hydraulic fracturing: searching for a “Goldilocks Zone.” Society & Natural Resources 32(9): 1065-1072.
Boudet, H. S., C. Zanocco, G. Stelmach, M. Muttaqee and J. Flora (2021). Public preferences for five electricity grid decarbonization policies in California. Review of Policy Research, 00, 1-19.
Boudet, H. S., C. Zanocco, C. E. Clarke and P. Howe (2018). The effect of geographic proximity to unconventional oil and gas development on public support for hydraulic fracturing. Risk Analysis 149(3-4): 349-365.
Hazboun, S. and H. S. Boudet (2020). Public preferences in a shifting energy future: Comparing public views of eight energy sources in North America’s Pacific Northwest. Energies 13(8): 1940.
Associate Professor & Associate Director of Graduate Programs
School of Public Policy
Oregon State University
300 Bexell Hall
Corvallis, Oregon 97331