Fellow of The National Academy of Public Administration
Harold Wolman mainly focuses on Process, Economic growth, Urban sprawl, Operationalization and Policy transfer. His Process study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Local economic development, Power and Public administration. His Economic growth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public participation and Openness to experience.
Urban sprawl is integrated with Centrality, Dimension, Atlanta and Land area in his study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Regional science, Quantitative analysis and Operations management. He has included themes like Policy studies, Policy analysis and Public economics in his Policy transfer study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public administration, Economic growth, Local government, Public policy and Development economics. His Public administration research incorporates themes from Political economy, Corporate governance and Process. Process and Policy transfer are frequently intertwined in his study.
His Economic growth research integrates issues from Socioeconomics and Economic geography. His study looks at the relationship between Public policy and fields such as Public economics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His research integrates issues of Demographic economics and Human capital in his study of Development economics.
Harold Wolman mainly investigates Public administration, Economic geography, Resilience, Cluster based and Public policy. The study of Public administration is intertwined with the study of Management in a number of ways. His Economic geography research includes elements of Cartography, Economies of agglomeration and Productivity.
His studies in Public policy integrate themes in fields like Coping, Market share, Social psychology and Labour economics. Harold Wolman integrates many fields in his works, including Public good and Public economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Policy studies and Health care in addition to Public economics.
His primary areas of study are Public administration, Public policy, Public economics, Structural inequality and Economic system. Harold Wolman regularly ties together related areas like Corporate governance in his Public administration studies. His study in the field of Policy studies is also linked to topics like Ideology and Collective identity.
His work deals with themes such as Cluster development and Development policy, which intersect with Public economics.
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Wrestling sprawl to the ground - Defining and measuring an elusive concept
George Galster;Royce Hanson;Michael R. Ratcliffe;Harold Wolman.
Housing Policy Debate (2001)
The Fundamental Challenge in Measuring Sprawl: Which Land Should Be Considered?*
Harold Wolman;George Galster;Royce Hanson;Michael Ratcliffe.
The Professional Geographer (2008)
Verifying the Multi-Dimensional Nature of Metropolitan Land Use: Advancing the Understanding and Measurement of Sprawl
Jackie Cutsinger;George Galster;Harold Wolman;Royce Hanson.
Journal of Urban Affairs (2005)
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