Dr. Corey XU obtained his Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida State University. His training is in Public Policy, Public Administration, and Public Management. His research utilizes a variety of advanced research methods including Machine Learning, Text Analysis, Network Analysis, Agent-Based Modeling, and others. His main research interest focuses on how technology shapes government decisionmaking and its impact on the efficiency and equity of public policy and public service. His work has appeared in Public Administration Review, PNAS, Applied Energy, and other journals.
• Clark, L. P., Tabory, S., Tong, K., Servadio, J. L., Kappler, K., Xu, C. K., Lawal, A. S., Wiringa, P., Kne, L., Feiock, R., Marshall, J. D., Russell, A., & Ramaswami, A. (2022). A data framework for assessing social inequality and equity in multi-sector social, ecological, infrastructural urban systems: Focus on fine-spatial scales. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 26(1), 145–163. https://doi.org/10.1111/jiec.13222
• Curley, C., Harrison, N., Kewei Xu, C., & Zhou, S. (2021). Collaboration mitigates barriers of utility ownership on policy adoption: Evidence from the United States. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 64(1), 124–144.
• Gupta, J., Long, A., Xu, C. K., Tang, T., & Shekhar, S. (2021). Spatial Dimensions of Algorithmic Transparency: A Summary. 17th International Symposium on Spatial and Temporal Databases, 116–125.
• Tong, K., Ramaswami, A., Xu, C. (Kewei), Feiock, R., Schmitz, P., & Ohlsen, M. (2021). Measuring social equity in urban energy use and interventions using fine-scale data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(24). https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2023554118
• Xu, C. K., & Tang, T. (2020). Closing the Gap or Widening the Divide: The Impacts of Technology-Enabled Coproduction on Equity in Public Service Delivery. Public Administration Review, 80(6), 962–975.
• Curley, C., Feiock, R., & Xu, K. (2020). Policy analysis of instrument design: How policy design affects policy constituency. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 22(6), 536–557.
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