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Saba Siddiki

Assistant Professor
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Email: ssiddiki@iupui.edu

Curriculum Vitae
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Education

  • Ph.D., Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver, 2011
  • M.A., International Development, University of Denver, 2007
  • B.A., International Political Economy, University of Puget Sound, 2005

Professional experience

  • Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, 2012-Present

Professional affiliations

  • Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
  • Midwest Political Science Association

Major fields of expertise

  • Public policy process
  • Policy analysis
  • Environmental policy
  • Institutional analysis
  • Sustainability

Refereed publications

* Denotes co-author student at time of publication

  • Siddiki, Saba and Suzann Lupton. Forthcoming. “Assessing Nonprofit Rule Interpretation and Compliance.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
  • Clark-Sutton, Kyle*, Saba Siddiki, Sanya Carley, Celeste Wanner*, John Rupp, and John D. Graham. Forthcoming. “Plug-In Electric Vehicle Readiness: Rating Cities in the United States.” The Electricity Journal. [Invited paper; editor reviewed]
  • Siddiki, Saba and Shilpi Goel*. Forthcoming. “Assessing Collaborative Policymaking Outcomes: An Analysis of U.S. Marine Aquaculture Partnerships.” The American Review of Public Administration.
  • Carter, David P*, Christopher M. Weible, Saba Siddiki, and Xavier Basurto. 2016. "Integrating Core Concepts from the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework for the Systematic Analysis of Policy Designs: An Illustration from the U.S. National Organic Program Regulation." Journal of Theoretical Politics 28 (1): 159-185.
  • Siddiki, Saba, Jerome Dumortier, Cali Curley, John D. Graham, Sanya Carley, and Rachel M. Krause. 2015. "Examining Drivers of Innovative Technology Adoption Intention: The Case of Plug-In Vehicles.” Review of Policy Research 32 (6): 649-674.
  • Siddiki, Saba and Shilpi Goel*. 2015. "A Stakeholder Analysis of U.S. Marine Aquaculture Partnership Participants." Marine Policy 57: 93-102.
  • Siddiki, Saba, Carboni, Julia L., Chris Koski, and Abdul-Akeem Sadiq. 2015. “How Policy Rules Shape the Structure and Performance of Collaborative Governance Arrangements." Public Administration Review 75 (4): 536-547.
  • Carter, David*, Christopher M. Weible, Saba Siddiki, Sara Miller Chonaiew*, and John Brett. 2015. “Assessing Policy Divergence: How to Investigate the Differences between a Law and a Corresponding Regulation.” Public Administration 93 (1): 159-176.
  • Jerome Dumortier, Saba Siddiki, Sanya Carley, Joshua Cisney*, Rachel M. Krause, Bradley W. Lane, John A. Rupp, and John D. Graham. 2015. “Effects of Providing Total Cost of Ownership Information on Consumers' Intent to Purchase a Hybrid or Plug-in Electric Vehicle.” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 72: 71-86.
  • Siddiki, Saba. 2014. “Assessing Policy Design and Interpretation: An Institutions Based Analysis in the Context of Aquaculture in Florida and Virginia, US.” Review of Policy Research 31 (4): 281-303.
  • Resh, William, Saba Siddiki, and William R. McConnell. 2014. "Does the Network Centrality of Government Actors Matter? Examining the Role of Government Organizations in Aquaculture Partnerships." Review of Policy Research 31 (6): 584-609.
  • Pierce, Jonathan, Saba Siddiki, Michael Jones, Andrew Pattison, Kristin Schumacher, and Holly Peterson*. 2014. “Theory of Social Construction and Policy Design: A Review of Past Applications.” Policy Studies Journal 42 (1): 1-29.
  • Calanni, John, Saba Siddiki, Chris Weible, and William D. Leach. 2014. “Explaining Coordination in Collaborative Aquaculture Partnerships and Clarifying the Scope of the Belief Homophily Hypothesis.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Published online May 20, 2014.
  • Leach, William D., Christopher M. Weible, Scott R. Vince*, Saba N. Siddiki, and John Calanni. 2013. “Fostering Learning through Collaboration: Knowledge Acquisition and Belief Change in Marine Aquaculture.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (3): 591-622.
  • Siddiki, Saba, Xavier Basurto, Christopher M. Weible. 2012. “Using the Institutional Grammar Tool to Understand Regulatory Compliance: The Case of Colorado Aquaculture.” Regulation & Governance 6 (2): 167- 188.
  • Ramaswami, Anu, Christopher M. Weible, Deborah Main, Tanya Heikkila, Saba Siddiki, Andrew Duvall, Andrew Pattison*, and Meghan Bernard*. 2012. "A Social-Ecological Infrastructural Systems (SEIS) Framework for Inter- Disciplinary Study of Sustainable City Systems: An Integrative Curriculum across Seven Major Disciplines." Journal of Industrial Ecology 16 (6): 801-813.
  • Siddiki, Saba, Xavier Basurto, Christopher M. Weible, and John Calanni*. 2011. "Dissecting Policy Designs: An Application of the Institutional Grammar Tool." Policy Studies Journal 39 (1): 79-103.
  • Weible, Christopher M., Saba N. Siddiki, and Jonathan J. Pierce*. 2011. "Foes to Friends: Changing Context and Changing Intergroup Perceptions." Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 13 (5): 499- 525.

Book chapters

  • Carter, David* and Saba Siddiki. Forthcoming. “The Design, Implementation, and Administration of Organic Food Policy in the United States.” In Handbook on Environmental Governance, Alka Sapat (Ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Carter, David*, Christopher M. Weible, and Saba N. Siddiki. 2014. “Organic Food.” In Science and Politics: An A to Z Guide to Issues and Controversies. Brent Steel (Ed.). Thousand Oaks: CQ Press.
  • Siddiki, Saba N., Anu Ramaswami, and Christine Martell. 2010. “Defining and Measuring Sustainability in Public- Private Water Infrastructure Partnerships in Developing Countries.” In Ramesh, G., Vishnuprasad Nagadevara, Gopal Naik, and Anil B. Suraj, Eds. Public Private Partnerships. Bangalore, India: Routledge Publishers.

Professional articles and reports

  • Saba Siddiki and Suzann Lupton. 2015. “Assessing Nonprofit Rule Interpretation and Compliance.” Prepared for the Indiana Association of United Ways.
  • Sara Miller Chonaiew, Saba N. Siddiki, David P. Carter, Christopher M. Weible, and John Brett. 2013. “A Study Report of Accredited Certifier Agencies under the National Organic Program.” Produced by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and the University of Colorado Denver for the Accredited Certifiers Association.
  • Calanni, John, Saba Siddiki, Christopher M. Weible, William Leach, and Scott Vince. 2012. Global Aquaculture Advocate. November/December.
  • Saba Siddiki and Christopher M. Weible. 2011. "Perceived Barriers and Industry Strategies for Continued U.S. Aquaculture Development." Global Aquaculture Advocate. July/August. http://www.gaalliance.org/mag/2011/July-Aug/offline/download.pdf
  • Saba Siddiki and Chris Weible. 2010. "State Aquaculture Coordinators Study Report." Prepared for the National Association of State Aquaculture Coordinators. Unpublished Report. http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/SPA/BuechnerInstitute/Research/Documents/NASAC_Study_Report_BIG.pdf
  • Calanni, John, Saba Siddiki, Christopher M. Weible, William Leach, and Scott Vince. 2012. "Impacts of Marine Aquaculture Partnerships." Global Aquaculture Advocate. November/December. http://www.gaalliance.org/mag/2012/Nov-Dec/download.pdf
  • Carter, David P., Christopher M. Weible, Saba N. Siddiki, Sara Miller Chonaiew, John Brett & Xavier Basurto. 2014. “Certified Organic Producer Perceptions of U.S. Organic Regulations and Organic Certifying Agents.” School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver.
  • Kent, Alison R., David P. Carter, Christopher M. Weible, Saba Siddiki, Sara Miller Chonaiew, John Brett, and Xavier Basurto. 2014. “Organic Inspector Characteristics, Roles, and Experiences in the U.S. Organic Food Industry.”

Courses taught

  • U.S. Food Systems: Politics and Policy (Spring 2014)
  • SPEA-V550 Introduction to Policy Analysis (Fall 2013; Fall 2014; Fall 2015)
  • SPEA-V512 Public Policy Process (Spring 2012; Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016)
  • SPEA V-527 Urban Sustainability (Fall 2012; Fall 2013; Fall 2014; Fall 2015)
  • SPEA V-170 Introduction to Public Affairs (Spring 2016)

Awards and recognition

  • Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. “Study of the Macro-Economic Impact of the Light-Duty Vehicle Corporate Average Fuel Economy, Greenhouse Gas, and Zero-Emission Vehicle Standards: Project Phase I.” Co-PI: Saba Siddiki with John D. Graham, Sanya Carley, and Denvil Duncan. Grant amount: $202,723.
  • The Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis. 2014. Research Grant for project “Assessing Institutional Design in Complex Service Arrangements: A Study of Indianapolis Public Schools.” PI: Saba Siddiki. Grant amount: $17,240.00.
  • National Science Foundation. 2012. Research Grant for project “Assessing Compliance in Organic Farming: An Institutional Analysis of the U.S. National Organic Program.” Co-PI: Saba Siddiki. Grant amount: $247,842.76
  • School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver. 2011. Best Dissertation Award for "Rules and Decision Making: Understanding the Factors that Shape Regulatory Compliance."
  • University of Colorado Denver IGERT and National Science Foundation. January-May 2010. IGERT Small Grant for project “Examining the Influence of Interdisciplinary Competencies: An Application to U.S. Marine Aquaculture Partnerships.” Co-PI: Saba Siddiki. Grant amount: $6,180.00
  • School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver. 2009. Best Poster Award for “Social Construction and Policy Design Framework: An Analysis of Current Applications,” presented at the Research and Creative Activities Symposium. University of Colorado Denver. 24 April 2009. Award amount: $800.
  • University of Colorado Denver. 2008-2009. University Scholarship Team Grant for Policy Design for Democracy Workshop and Symposium. Co-PI: Saba Siddiki. Grant amount: $6K
  • National Science Foundation. September 2007-December 2009. IGERT PhD Traineeship Fellowship for Sustainable Urban Infrastructure. Grant amount: $30K per year stipend with $10.5K tuition support per academic year.