“Technology and Development: A Study of the Washington Public Power Supply System” 1990. J. Byrne and S. Hoffman. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference of the National Association of Science, Technology and Society, February 2-4, 1990, Washington D.C., USA. Pp. 22-31.
“Letter from America: Lewis Mumford and the Living City” 1990. J. Byrne, D. Rich and C. Martinez. Regional Studies Association. Newsletter No. 167: 2-5.
“Centralization, Technicization and Development on the Semi-periphery: A Study of South Korea’s Commitment to Nuclear Power” 1990. J-D. Kim and J. Byrne. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society. Vol. 10: 212-222.
“Letter from America: the Real Energy Crisis” 1990. J. Byrne and D. Rich. Regional Studies Association. Newsletter No. 169: 2-5.
“Technological Politics in the Nuclear Age” 1989. J. Byrne, S. Hoffman and C. Martinez. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society. Vol. 8: 658-671.
“The City as Commodity: the Decline of Urban Vision” 1989. J. Byrne, D. Yanich, W. Benfer, J-D. Kim, C. Martinez and C. McDonnell. RaumPlanung Vol. 46/47: 174-178.
“Ghastly Science.” 1989. John Byrne and Cecilia Martinez. Society Vol. 27, No. 1 (Nov./Dec.): 22-24.
“Nuclear Power and Technological Authoritarianism.” 1988. John Byrne and Steven M. Hoffman. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society. Vol. 7: 658-671.
“Photovoltaic-Powered Water Pumping in the South: A Socio-Technic Analysis” 1988. S. Hoffman and J. Byrne. International Programs of the Proceedings of the International Symposium on Energy Options for the Year 2000, September 1988 Wilmington, DE, USA. Vol. 4: 4.77-4.88.
“Economic and Policy Implications of Integrated Resource Planning in the Utility Sector” 1988. Y-D. Wang, J. Byrne, D. Rich and I. Han. Proceedings of the 1988 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Vol. 8, Planning and Forecasting: 8.264-8.278.
“Energy Needs for Economic Expansion in the Developing World: Trends in the Energy-Development Relationship” 1988. Y-D. Wang, J. Byrne, I. Han and K. Ham. International Programs of the Proceedings of the International Symposium on Energy Options for the Year 2000, September 1988 Wilmington, DE, USA. Vol. 4: 4.109-4.119.
“Policy Science and the Administrative State: The Political Economy of Cost-Benefit Analysis.” 1987. J. Byrne. In F. Fischer and J. Forester, eds. Confronting Values in Policy Analysis. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Pp. 51-66
“Letter from America: Urban Policy without the Urban” 1987. J. Byrne and C. Martinez. Regional Studies Association. Newsletter No. 148: 4-7.
“Letter from America: Post-Chernobyl Notes on the U.S. Nuclear Fizzle” 1987. J. Byrne and D. Rich. Regional Studies Association. Newsletter No. 150: 3-5.
“Some Lessons in the Political Economy of Megapower: WPPSS and the Municipal Bond Market” 1986. J. Byrne and S. Hoffman. Journal of Urban Affairs. Vol. 8(1): 35-47.
“The Post-Industrial Imperative: Energy, Cities and the Featureless Plain.” 1985. J. Byrne, C. Martinez and D. Rich. In J. Byrne and D. Rich, eds. Energy and Cities. New Brunswick , NJ and London : Transaction Publishers. Pp. 101-141.
“Deregulation and Energy Conservation: A reappraisal”1984. J. Byrne and D. Rich. Policy Studies Journal. Vol. 13(2): 331-343.
“The Solar Energy Transition as a Problem of Political Economy” 1983. John Byrne and Daniel Rich. In Rich, Veigel, Barnett and Byrne, eds. The Solar Energy Transition: Implementation and Policy Implications. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Pp. 163-186.
“Energy Markets and Energy Myths: The Political Economy of Energy Transitions” 1983. John Byrne and Daniel Rich. In Byrne and Rich, eds. Technology and Energy Choice. Newark, DE: CEEP, University of Delaware. Pp.124-160.
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