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Clark A. Miller is Associate Director of Science in the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes at Arizona State University. Clark is the editor of Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (MIT Press: 2001) and has published extensively on the politics of knowledge-making in international institutions, theories of civic epistemology and co-production, and the intersection of science and democracy in contemporary society. His current project is an analysis of the epistemological and institutional organization of security in world affairs from 1945 to the present, focusing on a comparative study of the World Health Organization, the International Monetary Fund, and the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Clark A. Miller and Paul N. Edwards, eds., Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance. MIT Press. Cambridge, MA. July 2001.
Phil Williams and Clark A. Miller, ‘The Bush Administration’s Foreign Policy Review,’ in Michael Pugh and Phil Williams, eds., Superpower Politics: Change in the United States and the Soviet Union, (Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press), pp. 82-101. 1990.
Clark A. Miller, Sheila Jasanoff, Marybeth Long, William Clark, Nancy Dickson, Alastair Iles, and Tom Parris, ‘Shaping Knowledge, Defining Uncertainty: The Dynamic Role of Assessments,’ in Global Environmental Assessment Team, eds., A Critical Evaluation of Global Environmental Assessments, Global Environmental Assessment Project (Calverton, MD: IGES/CARE), pp. 79-104, 1997.
Clark A. Miller, ‘The Dynamics of Framing Environmental Values and Policy: Four Models of Societal Processes,’Environmental Values, Vol. 9, pp. 211-233, 2000.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Hybrid Management: Boundary Organizations, Science Policy, and Environmental Governance in the Climate Regime.’ Science, Technology & Human Values, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 478-500, Autumn, 2001.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Making Democracy Count,’ Social Studies of Science, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 454-8, 2001.
Clark A. Miller and Paul N. Edwards, ‘Introduction: The Globalization of Climate Science and Climate Politics,’ in C. A. Miller and P. N. Edwards, eds., Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press). pp. 1-30. 2001.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Scientific Internationalism in American Foreign Policy: The Case of Meteorology (1947-1958),’ in C. A. Miller and P. N. Edwards, eds., Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press). pp. 167-218. 2001.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Challenges in the Application of Science to Global Affairs: Contingency, Trust, and Moral Order,’ in C. A. Miller and P. N. Edwards, eds., Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press). pp. 247-286. 2001.
Clark A. Miller and Holly T. Dublin, The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: A Mid-Term Evaluation, Report for the Evaluation and Oversight Unit, United Nations Environment Programme. 69 pp. 2003.
Clark A. Miller, ‘The Globalization of Human Affairs: A Reconsideration of Science, Political Economy, and World Order,’ in M. Tetreault, R. Denemark, K. Burch, and K. Thomas, eds., Rethinking Global Political Economy: Emerging Issues, Unfolding Odysseys (New York: Routledge). pp. 211-226. 2003.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Knowledge and Accountability in Global Governance: Justice on the Biofrontier,’ in M. Tetreault and R. Teske, eds., Partial Truths: Feminist Approaches to Social Movements, Community, and Power, Volume 2 (Richmond: University of South Carolina Press). pp. 315-341. 2003.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Living in a Technological World,’ in Viraj P. Thacker, ed., Exploring the Dynamics of Global Change: An Introspective Look at Globalization, International Development, and Public Management (Khatmandu: Development Publication House). pp. 4-19. 2003. Abridged and slightly modified version reprinted in The La Follette Policy Report, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 1-4, 18-20. 2003.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Interrogating the Civic Epistemology of American Democracy: Stability and Instability in the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election,’ Social Studies of Science. Vol. 34. No. 4, pp. 501-531, 2004.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Climate Science and the Making of Global Political Order,’ in Sheila Jasanoff, ed., States of Knowledge: The Co-Production of Science and Social Order (London: Routledge). pp. 46-66. 2004.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Resisting Empire: Globalism, Relocalization, and the Politics of Knowledge,’ in Sheila Jasanoff and Marybeth Long-Martello, eds., Earthly Politics: Local and Global in Environmental Governance (Cambridge: MIT Press). pp. 81-102. 2004.
Clark A. Miller, ‘New Civic Epistemologies of Quantification: Making Sense of Local and Global Indicators of Sustainability,’ Science, Technology & Human Values 30(3): 403-432, 2005.
Karen Bandhauer, Julie Curti, and Clark A. Miller, ‘Challenges to Regulatory Harmonization and Standard-Setting: The Case of Environmental Accounting in the US and Canada,’ Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. Vol. 7(2): 177-194. 2005.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Science and Democracy in a Globalizing World: Challenges for American Foreign Policy,’ Science and Public Policy. Vol. 32(3): 174-186. 2005.
Clark A. Miller, ‘The Design and Management of International Scientific Assessments: Lessons from the Climate Regime,’ in Alex Farrell and Jill Jaeger, eds., Assessments of Regional and Global Environmental Risks: Designing Processes for the Effective Use of Science in Decisionmaking (Washington, DC: Resources for the Future), 2005.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Framing Shared Values: Reason and Trust in Global Environmental Governance,’ in Joanne Bauer, ed.,Forging Environmentalism: Justice, Livelihood, and Contested Environments. 2006.
Clark A. Miller, ‘”An Effective Instrument of Peace”: Scientific Cooperation as an Instrument of U.S. Foreign Policy, 1938-1950,’ Osiris. Vol. 21, Science, Technology, and International Affairs. 2006, pp. 133-160.
Clark A. Miller and Paul H. Erickson, ‘The Politics of Bridging Scales and Epistemologies: Science and Democracy in Global Environmental Governance,’ in Fikret Berkes, Tom Wilbanks, Doris Capistrano, and Walt Reid, eds., Bridging Scales and Knowledge Systems: Concepts and Applications in Ecosystem Assessment (Washington: Island Press). In press.
Kristin Eschenfelder and Clark A. Miller, ‘Examining the Role of Web Site Information in Facilitating Different Citizen-Government Interactions: A Case Study of State Chronic Wasting Disease Web Sites,’ Government Information Quarterly. In press.
Clark A. Miller, ‘Knowledge, Reason, and the Constitution of Democratic Order in International Governance.’ Governance. In press.
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