Publications

Articles

Matthew A. Shapiro and Han Woo Park (2017) “Climate change and YouTube Deliberation Potential in Post video Discussions” Environmental Communication. DOI: 10.1080/17524032.2017.1289108

Matthew A. Shapiro and Libby Hemphill (2017) “Agenda Building & Indexing: Does the U.S. Congress Direct New York Times Content through Twitter?” Policy & Internet, 9(1): 109-132. DOI: 10.1002/poi3.120

Matthew A. Shapiro and Daniel Bliss (2016) “Rewards and Consequences: Redistricting on the Chicago City CouncilLocal Government Studies, 42(1): 139-163. DOI: 10.1080/03003930.2015.1084926

Matthew A. Shapiro and Han Woo Park (2015) “More than Entertainment: YouTube and Public Responses to the Science of Global Warming and Climate ChangeSocial Science Information, 54(1): 115-145. DOI: 10.1177/0539018414554730

Matthew A. Shapiro, Libby Hemphill, Jahna Otterbacher, and Han Woo Park (2015) “Twitter and Political Communication in Korea: Are Members of the Assembly Doing What They Say?” Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 6(3): 281-301. DOI

Matthew A. Shapiro (2015) “Establishing ‘Green Regionalism’: Environmental Technology Generation across East Asia and BeyondJournal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 13(2): 41-56. DOI

Matthew A. Shapiro (2014) “Regionalism’s Challenge to the Pollution Haven Hypothesis: A Study of Northeast Asia and China,” The Pacific Review, 27(1): 27-47. DOI: 10.1080/09512748.2013.788067

Toby Bolsen, Thomas J. Leeper, and Matthew A. Shapiro (2014) “Doing What Others Do: Norms, Science, and Collective Action on Global Warming,” American Politics Research, 42(1): 65-89. DOI: 10.1177/1532673X13484173

Matthew Haigh and Matthew A. Shapiro (2013) “Do Environmental Policy Instruments Influence Fiduciaries’ Decisions?,” Environment & Planning A, 45(4): 853-871. DOI: 10.1068/a45181

Jahna Otterbacher, Libby Hemphill, and Matthew A. Shapiro (2013) “Interacting of Just Acting? A Case Study of European, Korean, and American Politicians’ Interactions with the Public on Twitter,” Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 12(1): 5-20. DOI

Matthew A. Shapiro and Jeffrey B. Nugent (2012) “Institutions and the Sources of Innovation: The Determinants and Effects of International R&D Collaboration,” International Journal of Public Policy, 8(4-6): 230-250. DOI: 10.1504/IJPP.2012.048715

Matthew A. Shapiro (2012) “Receiving Information at Korean and Taiwanese Universities, Industry, and GRIs,” Scientometrics, 90(1): 289-309. DOI: 10.1007/s11192-011-0501-z

Matthew A. Shapiro and with Han Woo Park (2012) “Regional Development in South Korea: Accounting for Research Area in Centrality and Networks,” Scientometrics, 90(1): 271-287. DOI: 10.1007/s11192-011-0498-3

Matthew Haigh and Matthew A. Shapiro (2012) “Carbon Reporting: Does It Matter?,” Accounting, Auditing, and Accountability Journal, 25(1): 105-125. DOI: 10.1108/09513571211191761

Matthew A. Shapiro and Keenan Gottschall (2011) “Northeast Asian Environmentalism – Policies as a Function of ENGOs,” Asian Politics and Policy, 3(4): 551-567. DOI: 10.1111/j.1943-0787.2011.01293.x

Matthew A. Shapiro, Han Woo Park, and Min-Ho So (2010) “Quantifying the National Innovation System: Inter-regional Collaboration Networks in South Korea,” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 22(7): 845-857. DOI: 10.1080/09537325.2010.511158

Matthew A. Shapiro (2009) “Korea’s Environmental Sustainability Leadership in East Asia and Beyond,” Korea Observer 40(4): 735-762. DOI

Matthew A. Shapiro (2008) “The Triple Helix Paradigm in Korea: A Test for New Forms of Capital,” International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development 6(3) 171-191. DOI: 10.1386/ijtm.6.3.171_1

Proceedings and chapters

Toby Bolsen and Matthew A. Shapiro (forthcoming) “Strategic Framing and Persuasive Messaging to Influence Climate Change Perceptions and Decisions,” in Matthew C. Nisbet, Shirley S. Ho, Ezra Markowitz, Saffron O’Neill, Mike S. Schafer, and Jagdish Thaker’s (Eds) Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Matthew A. Shapiro (forthcoming) “China-based Air Pollution and Epistemic Community Building in the Northeast Asian Region,” in Michelle Ann Miller, Mike Douglass, and Matthias Garschagen’s (Eds) Crossing Borders: Governing Environmental Disasters in a Global Urban Age in Asia and the Pacific, New York and Heidelberg: Springer.

Matthew A. Shapiro, Libby Hemphill, and Jahna Otterbacher (forthcoming) “Pussyfooting around November? A Longitudinal Analysis of Politicians’ Twitter Use in 2014,” “Pussyfooting around November? A Longitudinal Analysis of Politicians’ Twitter Use in 2014,” in Chris Galdieri, Tauna Sisco, and Jennifer Lucas’s (Eds) Beyond the Midterms: Implications of the 2014 Election, Akron: University of Akron Press.

Matthew A. Shapiro (2014) “Recycling: The Politics, the Science, and the Technology,” in Brent S. Steel’s (Ed.) Science and Politics: An A-to-Z Guide to Issues and Controversies, Washington, D.C.: CQ Press. ISBN: 978-1-4833-4632-8

Libby Hemphill, Jahna Otterbacher, and Matthew A. Shapiro (2013) “What’s Congress Doing on Twitter?Proceedings of the 2013 ACM conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, CSCW, New York: ACM Press. DOI: 10.1145/2441776.2441876

Matthew A. Shapiro (2012) “Long-Run Protection: Determining Key Features of Growth and Sustainability in Northeast Asia,” in Jorg Mahlich and Werner Pascha’s (Eds) Korean Science and Technology in an International Perspective, New York and Heidelberg: Springer. ISBN 978-3-7908-2753-8

Matthew A. Shapiro (2007) “Public-Private R&D Collaboration in Korea: A Survey of Public Sector Institutes,” in Jorg Mahlich and Werner Pascha’s (Eds) Technology and Innovation in Korea, New York and Heidelberg: Springer. ISBN 978-3-7908-1914-4