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Bushouse, Brenda K. and Jennifer Mosley. (forthcoming) Building Coalitions of Interest: The Role of Foundations in Shaping Policy Outcomes. Interest Groups and Advocacy.

Bushouse, Brenda K. (2017). Leveraging Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research to Inform Public Policy. Policy Studies Journal 45(1): 50-73.

Bushouse, Brenda K., Robert Christensen, and Brent Never. (2016).  Elinor Ostrom’s Contribution to Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Studies. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 45(4S):7S-26S.

Bushouse, B. 2013. “Supporting Academic Mothers: Creating a Work Environment with Choices.” In Mari Castaneda and Kirsten Isgro (eds.) Mothers in Academia  Columbia University Press. 

Bushouse, B. and Sowa, J. (2012). "Producing Knowledge for Practice: Assessing NVSQ 2000-2010." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 41(3):497-513.

Bushouse, B. (2011). "Governance Structures: Using IAD to Understand Variation in Club Good Service Delivery."  Policy Studies Journal. 39(1): 105-120.

Bushouse, B. et al. (2011). "Crossing the Divide: Building Bridges Between Public Administration Practitioners and Scholars." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21: 99-112.

Bushouse, B. (2009). Universal Preschool: Policy Change, Stability, and the Pew Charitable Trusts.  Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2009.  

Bushouse, B. (2009). "A U.S. Perspective on the 20 Hours (Free) Programme." New Zealand Annual Review of Education.

Bushouse, B. (2009). "The 20 Hours (Free) Programme, Important Choices for New Zealand's New Government." Policy Quarterly, 2009.   

Bushouse, B. (2008). Early Childhood Education Policy in Aotearroa/New Zealand: The Creation of the 20 Hours (Free) Programme.  Wellington, New Zealand: Fulbright New Zealand.