Academic and Practitioner Research, and Journal Articles
Norgaard, Stefan et al. “In The Weeds: Securing a Grass-Mowing Contract in Stockton, CA”; “You Get What You
Pay For: Reforming Procurement in Naperville, Illinois”; and “In The Green: Negotiating Rail Expansion in Somerville, MA.” Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative. Published in collaboration with Brady Roberts, Hung Vo, Elizabeth Patton, Monica Giannone, Brian Mandell, Jorrit De Jong, and Guhan Subramanian. Cases each include written research manuscript, educator and practitioner teaching guides, and slideshows. 22 June 2020. .
Collard, Mariel and Stefan Norgaard. “Trading on Terroir: Fostering Artisanal Cheese and Alcohol Production through Specialized Agrarian Industrial Districts.” Harvard University Urban Theory Lab: Emergent Urbanizations. Neil Brenner and Sai Balakrishnan, eds. 12 February 2020.
Norgaard, Stefan. “Cape Town’s #DayZero: What the Water Crisis Reveals about Power and Inequality in South Africa.” In submission [27 August 2018]. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1po8D4qRDVJQVEqKV-fiFdG-JSoHbBWHC/view
Chen, Don and Norgaard, Stefan. 2016. “Challenging Inequality at the Edge of Change: Spatial Inequality, Equitable Development, and Urban-Rural Linkages.” Working Paper Series N° 181. Latin
American Center for Rural Development (RIMISP), Santiago, Chile. http://rimisp.org/wp-content/files_mf/1467319519181_Don_Chen_Stefan_Norgaard.pdf.
Norgaard, Stefan. ‘“Born Free?’ Names, Identity, and Identity-Formation.” Bulletin of the National Library of South
Africa. Vol. 69, no. 2, December 2015
Student Thesis Submissions
Policy Analysis Exercise (PAE) Master’s Thesis: “Building Civic and Municipal Capacity against Rising White Nationalism in Eugene, Oregon” (Thesis client: Western States Center; Faculty Advisors:
Professors Ryan Sheely and Julie Wilson, former NAACP President Cornell William Brooks)
Awarded PAE funding grant from Harvard’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation to travel to Portland and Eugene, OR and conduct participant observation ethnographic fieldwork, conducted 25-30 qualitative interviews (between 40 minutes and 2 hours each).
Thesis completed in April 2019, and published by Harvard University’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation: Link: https://ash.harvard.edu/files/ash/files/final_pae_fv.pdf
Undergraduate Honors Thesis: "Rainbow Junction: South Africa’s Born Free Generation and the Future of Democracy" (Thesis Committee: Professor Larry Diamond (Principal Advisor), Professor Francis Fukuyama, Professor James Campbell, and Dr. Michael Kahan)
Awarded university-wide Firestone Medal for excellence in undergraduate research (awarded to the top 15-20 honors theses in social science, science, and engineering)
Awarded single best thesis in Public Policy, single best thesis in Urban Studies.
Thesis Permalink: http://purl.stanford.edu/vv235mx1028
Huynh, Connie et al. “Testing the Waters: Factors that Influence Water Conservation and Efficiency in the Santa Clara Valley Water District.” Stanford University Public Policy Practicum. March 2015. Available online at: https://publicpolicy.stanford.edu/publications/testing-waters-factors-influence-water-conservation-and-efficiency-santa-clara-valley
Awarded best public policy practicum project, Stanford Public Policy Program, in 2014-2015
Newspaper Articles, Blog Posts, and Public Commentary
Bou Akar, Hiba, et al. "Pandemic Urbanism: Praxis in the Time of COVID-19." URBAN Magazine. Issue No. X, "Emergence." May 2020. https://issuu.com/gsapp_hp/docs/emergence2020. See also commentary in Columbia GSAPP's Urban Planning Reader, and visit https://bit.ly/pandemicurbanism for the full annotated reading list itself.
Lindebad-Fry, Mary. “Taking a Stand Against Hate in Eugene, OR, Part 1: Brady Roberts & Stefan Norgaard of the Harvard Kennedy School.” Government Alliance on Race & Equity (GARE). 15 August 2019.
Norgaard, Stefan and Brady Roberts. “Building Local Government Capacity to Resist White Nationalism in Eugene, Oregon.” The Harvard Kennedy School Review. 12 June 2019. http://ksr.hkspublications.org/2019/06/12/building-local-government-capacity-to-resist-white-nationalism-in-eugene-oregon
“Kennedy School Review 2018-2019 Edition.” Kennedy School Review. Michael Auslen, Stefan Norgaard, Steven Olender, Eds. Volume XIX. May 2019. http://ksr.hkspublications.org/ksr-2018-2019-edition/
Norgaard, Stefan. “At October’s Urban20, City Leaders Must Stand Together to Help Shape the G20 Agenda.” The Oxford Urbanists Magazine. 30 August 2018. https://www.oxfordurbanists.com/magazine/2018/8/30/at-octobers-urban20-city-leaders-must-stand-together-to-help-shape-the-g20-agenda
Norgaard, Stefan. “Distant Neighbors: Innovative Approaches to Development across Geographies.” The Harvard Kennedy School Review. Cambridge, MA: Vol. 18, (2018): 153-162.
“In South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa Can Save the ANC.” The Harvard Kennedy School Review. 30 March 2018. http://ksr.hkspublications.org/2018/03/30/in-south-africa-cyril-ramaphosa-can-save-the-anc/
Norgaard, Stefan and Radhe Patel. “Administration’s Rejection of Formerly Incarcerated Student a Loss for the Harvard Community.” The Harvard Law Record. 18 September 2017. http://hlrecord.org/2017/09/administrations-rejection-of-formerly-incarcerated-student-a-loss-for-the-harvard-community/
Norgaard, Stefan. “Why the Olympics and Other Major Sporting Events Usually Increase Inequality in the Host City.” Ford Foundation Equals Change Blog. 1 August 2016. http://www.fordfoundation.org/ideas/equals-change-blog/posts/why-the-olympics-and-other-major-sporting-events-usually-increase-inequality-in-the-host-city/
Norgaard, Stefan. “Why We Need to Build Just and Inclusive Cities.” The Ford Foundation Equals Change Blog. 10 June 2016. http://www.fordfoundation.org/ideas/equals-change-blog/posts/why-we-need-to-build-just-and-inclusive-cities/
Norgaard, Stefan. “Rapid Booms are a Bust for Government Efficacy.” MAHB: Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere. 3 June 2014. http://mahb.stanford.edu/blog/population-boom-govt-bust/
Norgaard, Stefan. “Population Growth Leads to Booms, Busts, and Spiraling Costs, not Economic Sustainability.” MAHB: Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere. 2 September 2014.
Norgaard, Stefan. “With the Orphans.” Stanford. May / June 2013, page 27.