Professor of Public Affairs
School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University Wayne State University
Phoenix, Arizona 500+ 500+ connections
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Research on digital inequality, e-government, civic engagement, local governance and urban policy. Books include "Digital Cities: The Internet and the Geography of Opportunity" (Mossberger, Tolbert and Franko 2012, Oxford University Press), "The Oxford Handbook of Urban Politics" (Mossberger, Clarke and John 2012, Oxford University Press), "Digital Citizenship: The Internet, Society and Participation" (MIT Press, 2008) and "Virtual Inequality: Beyond the Digital Divide" (Georgetown, 2003). Recent projects include evaluation of Chicago's Smart Communities Program supported by the MacArthur Foundation, an edited volume on the evaluation of the policy impacts of broadband, and a National Science Foundation project on broadband use data. Elected Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration in 2016.