| United States|| Jered Carr|
| Florida State Legislature
Wayne State University
College of Charleston
University of Missouri-Kansas City|
Florida State University
Florida Atlantic University
The Political Economy of Local Government Boundary Change: State Laws, Local Actors, and Collection Action (2001)
Local government in the United States
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Public policy, Political Science, Public administration
Leonard D. White Award
Florida State University
Jered Carr Wikipedia
Jered Byron Carr is a political scientist, professor of urban policy and a former Policy analyst for the Florida State Legislature in the Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability.
He was formerly the Director of the L.P. Cookingham Institute of Urban Affairs and Professor of Henry W. Bloch School of Management at University of Missouri-Kansas City and was a former researcher at Center for International Public Management. Presently, he is Co-Editor and Managing Editor of the Urban Affairs Review and Head of the Department in Public Administration at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Carr earned his Ph.D. degree in Public Administration from the Askew School at Florida State University where his dissertation, The Political Economy of Local Government Boundary Change: State Laws, Local Actors, and Collection Action, received the 2001 Leonard D. White Award from the American Political Science Association. Previously, he earned an M.A. in economics and B.A. in finance from Florida Atlantic University. Carr taught at Wayne State University and the College of Charleston.
==Editor== He was born in Augusta Maine Carr is co-editor of City-County Consolidation and Its Alternatives: Reshaping the Local Government Landscape (by M.E. Sharpe, 2004, New York City, ISBN 978-0-7656-0941-0).
He also currently serves as the co-editor of the “Reviews and Essays” section of the State and Local Government Review. His research has been published in a wide range of journals in public administration and urban affairs, including the American Review of Public Administration, Political Research Quarterly, Public Administration Review, Publius, State and Local Government Review, Urban Affairs Review and Urban Studies.Feiock, Richard C.; Jered B. Carr (2001). "Incentives, Entrepreneurs, and Boundary Change. A Collective Action Framework". Urban Affairs Review. SAGE Publications. 36 (3): 382–405. doi:10.1177/10780870122184902. Retrieved 2 March 2012.
Brower, Ralph S.; Mitchel Y. Abolafia; Jered Carr (2000). "On Improving Qualitative Methods in Public Administration Research". Administration & Society. SAGE Publications. 32 (4): 363–397. doi:10.1177/00953990022019470. Retrieved 2 March 2012.
Feiock, Richard C.; Jered B. Carr (1997). "A Reassessment of City/County Consolidation: Economic Development Impacts". State and Local Government Review. SAGE Publications. 29 (3): 166–171. JSTOR 4355186.
Carr, Jered B.; Richard C. Feiock (2001). "State Annexation ‘Constraints’ and the Frequency of Nunicipal Annexation". Political Research Quarterly. SAGE Publications. 54 (2): 459–470. doi:10.1177/106591290105400212. Retrieved 2 March 2012.
Leroux, Kelly; Jered Carr (2007). "Explaining Local Government Cooperation on Public Works. Evidence From Michigan". Public Works Management & Policy. SAGE Publications. 12 (1): 344–358. doi:10.1177/1087724X07302586. Retrieved 2 March 2012.
Carr, Jered B.; Shanthi Karuppusamy (2008). "Beyond Ideal Types of Municipal Structure. Adapted Cities in Michigan". American Review of Public Administration. SAGE Publications. 39 (3): 304–321. doi:10.1177/0275074008319217. Retrieved 2 March 2012.
Carr, Jered B.; Sang-Seok Bae; Wenjue Lu (2006). "City-County Government and Promises of Economic Development: A Tale of Two Cities". State and Local Government Review. SAGE Publications. 38 (3): 131–141. doi:10.1177/0160323X0603800301. Retrieved 2 March 2012.
Leroux, Kelly; Jered B. Carr (2010). "Prospects for Centralizing services in an Urban County: Evidence from eight Self-organized Networks of Local Public Services". Journal of Urban Affairs. Wiley-Blackwell. 32 (4): 449–470. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9906.2010.00512.x. Retrieved 2 March 2012.