Professor Feiock and the Local Governance Lab have generated over $2.5 million in external research grant funding. In addition, the NSF funded projects listed below individually, the Lab has been supported research grant awards from Lincoln Institute for Land Policy, Hinkley Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste, Aspen Institute, IBM Center for the Business of Government, CH2M Hill and the Fulbright Scholar Program
Ongoing NSF awards
- "Connecting the Smart-City Paradigm with a Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Systems Framework to advance Equity in Communities" Lead PIs: S. Shekhar and A. Ramaswami, University of Minnesota; Co-PI: R.C. Feiock. National Science Foundation-Smart and Connected Cities. September 2017-August 2020.
- “CIF21 DIBBS: EI: Virtual Information-Fabric Infrastructure for Data-Driven Decisions for Distributed Data” Lead PI: Ashit Talukder, National Science Foundation. May 2017 -August 2020.
- “SRN: Integrated Urban Infrastructure Solutions for Environmentally Sustainable, Healthy and Livable Cities,” Lead PI, Anu Ramaswami, National Science Foundation, August 2015- August 2019.
- “Integrated City Sustainability: Administrative Apparatus for Overcoming Collective Dilemmas of Agency Fragmentation” PIs: R. C. Feiock, R. M. Krause, and C. V. Hawkins, National Science Foundation, May 2015-April 2018.
- “Predictive Modeling Network for Sustainable Human-Building Ecosystems” Lead PI: Y. Tao, University of North Texas; Co-PI: R.C. Feiock. National Science Foundation, RCN-SEES, March 2014-August 2018.
Previous NSF awards
- "Informed Principals and Learning Agents: Modeling Outcomes from Federal Grants for Sustainable Energy," PIs: R. C. Feiock and K. Yang, National Science Foundation, Sept 2011-August 2015.
- “Research Coordination Network for Sustainable Cities: People and the Energy-Climate-Water Nexus,” (sub-recipient) PIs: A. Ramaswami, L. Baker, L. Bank, M. Chertow, P. Romero-Lankao National Science Foundation, $749,704 January 2012 – December 2016.
- "Investigation of the ARRA Stimulus on Local Government Energy Innovation and Policy Networks" PI: R.C. Feiock, National Science Foundation, $97,600, August 2009-July 2011.
- "Policy Tool Bundling: Predicting the Selection of Economic Development Policy Instruments Using a Multivariate Probit Analysis," PIs: A. Kassekert and R.C. Feiock, National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant.
- “Collaborative Research on Institutions and Land-Use Politics,” PI: R.C. Feiock and M Lubell, National Science Foundation, May 2005-April 2009.
- “A Strategic Approach to Local Economic Development” PI: R.C. Feiock and A. Steinacker, National Science Foundation, September 2002- August 2006.