Rachel M. Krause is an associate professor in the School of Public Affairs and Administration at the University of Kansas. Her research focuses on collaboration, governance, and policy-making around local climate protection and sustainability initiatives. She is co-author of the book Implementing City Sustainability: Overcoming Administrative Silos to Achieve Functional Collective Action.
Joshua A. Basseches, Rebecca Bromley‑Trujillo, Maxwell T. Boykoff, Trevor Culhane, Galen Hall, Noel Healy, David J. Hess, David Hsu, Rachel M. Krause, Harland Prechel, J. Timmons Roberts, Jennie C. Stephens. 2022. “Climate policy conflict in the U.S. states: a critical review and way forward,“ Climatic Change, 170(3-4).
Krause, Rachel M. and Christopher V. Hawkins. 2021. ‘Implementing City Sustainability,’ Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
Long, Le Ahn Nguyen and Rachel M. Krause. 2020. “Managing policy making in the local climate governance landscape: The role of network administrative organizations and member cities.” Public Administration
Rachel M. Krause, Christopher V. Hawkins, Angela YS Park. 2019. “The perfect amount of help: An examination of the relationship between capacity and collaboration in urban energy and climate initiatives,” Urban Affairs Review.
Rachel M. Krause, Angela YS Park, Christopher V. Hawkins, Richard C. Feiock. 2019. “The Effect of Administrative Form and Stability on Cities’ use of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventories as a basis for Mitigation,” Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. 21(6): 826-840.
Rachel M. Krause, Christopher V. Hawkins, Angela YS Park, Richard C. Feiock. 2019. “Drivers of Policy Instrument Selection for Environmental Management by Local Governments.” Public Administration Review. 79(4): 477-487.