Saba Siddiki

Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs 

Selected Papers 

“Using Network Analysis to Identify Key Actors in Collaborative Policymaking.”  Carboni, Julia, Saba Siddiki, Chris Koski, and Abdul-Akeem Sadiq, Nonprofit Policy Forum, Vol. 8, No. 2 (2017), pp. 133-145.

“Diversity, Trust, and Social Learning in Collaborative Governance.” SabaSiddiki, Jangmin Kim*, and William D. Leach, Public Administration Review, Vol. 77, No. 6 (2017), pp. 863-874.

“Representation in Collaborative Governance: A Case Study of a Food Policy Council.” Chris Koski, Saba Siddiki, Abdul-Akeem Sadiq, and Julia Carboni, The American Review of Public Administration (2016).

“Linking Diversity of Collaborative Policymaking Venues with Procedural Justice Perceptions: A Study of U.S. Marine Aquaculture Partnerships.” Jangmin Kim and Saba Siddiki, The American Review of Public Administration (2016).

“Assessing Nonprofit Rule Interpretation and Compliance Based on an Application of Crawford and Ostrom’s Institutional Grammar.” Saba Siddiki and Suzann Lupton, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Vol. 45, No. 4 (2016), pp.156S-174S.

“Plug-In Electric Vehicle Readiness: Rating Cities in the United States.” Kyle Clark-Sutton, Saba Siddiki, Sanya Carley, Celeste Wanner, John Rupp, and John D. Graham, The Electricity Journal Vol. 29, No. 1 (2016), pp. 30-40. [Invited paper; editor reviewed]

“Assessing Collaborative Policymaking Outcomes: An Analysis of U.S. Marine Aquaculture Partnerships.” Saba Siddiki and Shilpi Goel, The American Review of Public Administration (2015).

“How Policy Rules Shape the Structure and Performance of Collaborative Governance Arrangements." Saba Siddiki, Julia L. Carboni, Chris Koski, and Abdul-Akeem Sadiq, Public Administration Review, Vol. 75, No. 4 (2015), pp. 536-547.

“Assessing Policy Divergence: How to Investigate the Differences between a Law and a Corresponding Regulation.” David Carter, Christopher M. Weible, Saba Siddiki, Sara Miller Chonaiew, and John Brett, Public Administration, Vol. 93, No. 1 (2015), pp.159-176.

“Effects of Providing Total Cost of Ownership Information on Consumers' Intent to Purchase a Hybrid or Plug-in Electric Vehicle.” Jerome Dumortier, Saba Siddiki, Sanya Carley, Joshua Cisney, Rachel M. Krause, Bradley W. Lane, John A. Rupp, and John D. Graham, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Vol. 72 (2015), pp. 71-86.

“Assessing Policy Design and Interpretation: An Institutions Based Analysis in the Context of Aquaculture in Florida and Virginia, U.S.” Saba Siddiki,  Review of Policy Research, Vol. 31, No. 4 (2014), pp. 281-303.

"Does the Network Centrality of Government Actors Matter? Examining the Role of Government Organizations in Aquaculture Partnerships." William Resh, Saba Siddiki, and William R. McConnell, Review of Policy Research, Vol. 31, No. 6 (2014), pp. 584-609.

“Theory of Social Construction and Policy Design: A Review of Past Applications.” Jonathan Pierce, Saba Siddiki, Michael Jones, Andrew Pattison, Kristin Schumacher, and Holly Peterson, Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 42, No. 1 (2014), pp. 1-29.

“Explaining Coordination in Collaborative Aquaculture Partnerships and Clarifying the Scope of the Belief Homophily Hypothesis.” John Calanni, Saba Siddiki, Christopher M. Weible, and William D. Leach, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Vol. 25, No. 3 (2014), pp. 901-927.

“Fostering Learning through Collaboration: Knowledge Acquisition and Belief Change in Marine Aquaculture.” William D. Leach, Christopher M. Weible, Scott R. Vince, Saba Siddiki, and John Calanni, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Vol. 24, No. 3 (2013), pp. 591-622.

“Using the Institutional Grammar Tool to Understand Regulatory Compliance: The Case of Colorado Aquaculture.” Saba Siddiki, Xavier Basurto, Christopher M. Weible, Regulation & Governance, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2012), pp. 167-188.

"A Social-Ecological Infrastructural Systems (SEIS) Framework for Inter- Disciplinary Study of Sustainable City Systems: An Integrative Curriculum across Seven Major Disciplines." Anu Ramaswami, Christopher M. Weible, Deborah Main, Tanya Heikkila, Saba Siddiki, Andrew Duvall, Andrew Pattison, and Meghan Bernard, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol. 16, No. 6 (2012), pp. 801-813.

"Dissecting Policy Designs: An Application of the Institutional Grammar Tool." Saba Siddiki, Xavier Basurto, Christopher M. Weible, and John Calanni, Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 39, No. 1 (2011), pp. 79-103.

"Foes to Friends: Changing Context and Changing Intergroup Perceptions." Christopher M. Weible, Saba Siddiki, and Jonathan J. Pierce, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. Vol.13, No.5 (2011), pp. 499-525.

Book Chapters

"The Design, Implementation, and Administration of Organic Food Policy in the United States.” David Carter and Saba Siddiki, In the Handbook on Environmental Governance, Alka Sapat (Ed.). New York, NY: Routledge (Forthcoming).

“Organic Food.” David Carter, Christopher M. Weible, and Saba Siddiki, In Science and Politics: An A to Z Guide to Issues and Controversies, Brent Steel (Ed.). Thousand Oaks: CQ Press (2014).

“Defining and Measuring Sustainability in Public- Private Water Infrastructure Partnerships in Developing Countries.” Saba Siddiki, Anu Ramaswami, and Christine Martell, In Public Private Partnerships, Ramesh, G., Vishnuprasad Nagadevara, Gopal Naik, and Anil B. Suraj (Eds). Bangalore, India: Routledge (2010).