My 2019 Publications and Talks


updated 7 March 2019


Pielke, Jr., R. and E. Boye, (2019, in press). Scientific Integrity and Anti-Doping Regulation, International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. (summary, email for a copy)

Pielke Jr., R. and B-O. Linnér, (2019, in press). From Green Revolution to Green Evolution: A Critique of the Political Myth of Averted Famine, Minerva. (email for a copy)

Pielke, Jr. R., R. Tucker and E. Boye, (2019). Scientific Integrity and the IAAF Testosterone Regulations, International Sports Law Journal. (correction of labeling errors here)

Pielke, Jr., R. (2019). Response to Briggle, Issues in Science and Technology, Winter.

Pielke, Jr., R. (2019). Tracking Progress on the Economic Costs of Disasters Under the Indicators of the Sustainable Development Goals, Environmental Hazards. (Note: Here is an update of the data through 2018.)

Pielke, Jr., R. (2019). Seven Things Everyone Should Know About Climate Policy, pp. 40-46 in IEEJ Energy Journal: Special Issue.

Pielke, Jr., R. (2019). On Super Bowl weekend, it’s worth considering whether male-focused sports are out of step, USA Today, 3 February.


McAneney, J., B. Sandercock, R. Crompton, T. Mortlock, R. Musulin, R. Pielke Jr., and A. Gissing. (2019, submitted). Normalised insurance losses from Australian natural disasters: 1966-2017, Environmental Hazards.

Pielke Jr., R., S. Harris, J. Adler, S. Sutherland, R. Houser and J. McCabe. (2019, submitted). An Evaluation of the Governance of US National Governing Bodies for Olympic Sport. European Sport Management Quarterly.


Pielke Jr., R. (2019, in preparation). The Honest Broker in Practice: Making Use of Science in Policy and Politics.

Pielke Jr., R. (2019, in preparation).  After Peak Football: Trends in and Scenarios for the Future of America’s Most Popular Sport.

Pielke Jr., R. (2019, in preparation). Natural disaster loss normalization studies: A literature review.

Pielke Jr., R. and R. Tucker. (2019, in preparation). Performance-Enhancing Shoes in International Athletics: Science, Equity, Discrimination and Regulation.

Harris, S., S. Jedlicka and R. Pielke Jr. (2019, in preparation). What Might Sport Policy and Politics Researchers Learn from 70 Years of Academic Policy Research?

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