Peer Reviewed Publications:
- Carroll, Jeffrey N. 2020. “How a Hip-Hop Digital Space Became an Outlet for Political .” Journal of Political Science Education, 1-8.
- Carroll, Jeffrey N. 2020. “One Study, Four Cities: Information Impact in Neighborhood Economic Development.” Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy. Vol. 14. No. 4.
- Carroll, Jeffrey N. and John F. McDonald. 2020. “What Explains the Housing Boomlet in the City of Philadelphia?” Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal. Vol. 14. No. 1.
- Carroll, Jeffrey N. 2018. “Deep Poverty, High Turnout?: Considering Philadelphia’s Political Geography.” The Pennsylvania Geographer. Vol. 56, No. 2.
- Carroll, Jeffrey N. and John F. McDonald. 2018. “Should Philadelphia Have a Property Tax Classification System?” Commonwealth: A Journal of Pennsylvania Politics and Policy. Vol. 20. No. 1.
- Invited Keynote. January 2022. “Complexities of Racial Inequality in the 2020’s: Skepticism and Hope for a National Dialogue on Race.” Gwynedd Mercy University. Gwynedd Valley, PA.
- Paper Presentation. April 2021. “Kendra Brooks: How Philadelphia’s First Third Party At-Large Council Candidate in 100 Years Won Election.” Pennsylvania Political Science Association Annual Meeting.
- Invited Keynote. April 2021. “January 6, 2021: Confronting Race and American Political Institutions.” Neumann University. Aston, PA.
- Presentation. Ongoing Series. “Real Talk: An Honest Dialogue about American Politics” with Dr. David Contosta. Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA.
- Invited Keynote. November 2020. “2020 Election Results, National Impact and Marginalized Populations.” Lunch and Learn Series. Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Salus University. Elkins Park, PA.
- Invited Keynote. October 2020. “Protest Politics in the United States and the World.” Akita International University. Akita, Japan.
- Invited Panelist. October 2020. “Voter Suppression and its Role in the 2020 Election.” with Dr. Kevin Davis and Dr. Craig Stutman. Policy and Practice Series.Delaware Valley University, Doylestown, PA.
- Invited Panelist. June 2020. “I Can’t Breathe…A Conversation on Racial Justice and Protests” with Dr. David Contosta. Chestnut Hill College. Philadelphia, PA.
- Panel Chair. November 2019. “Fault Lines in American Democracy.” Undergraduate Research Panel. Northeastern Political Science Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.
- Paper Presentation. September 2019. “How a Hip-Hop Digital Space Became an Outlet for Political Dialogue.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting. Teaching and Learning Conference. Washington, DC.
- Invited Keynote. Ongoing Series. “Citizenship, Expression and the Constitution: At Stake?” Studio Incamminati. Philadelphia, PA.
- Presentation. December 2018. “Beatlab Grand Opening.” Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA.
- Presentation. October 2018. “PSEC 2018 Election Series: Pre-Election Panel.” Rowan University. Glassboro, NJ.
- Paper Presentation. April 2018. “Deep Poverty: High Turnout?: Considering Philadelphia’s Political Geography” Pennsylvania Political Science Association Conference. West Chester University. West Chester, PA.
- Invited Panelist. November 2017. “What Does Donald Trump’s Presidency Mean for the Rest of the World?” with Dr. Jacqueline Reich. Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA.
- Invited Keynote. November 2016. “The 2016 Presidential Election: A Millennial Call to Action?” Liberal Arts Multicultural Forum. Delaware Valley University. Doylestown, PA.
- Paper Presentation. April 2016. “Should the Philadelphia Property Tax System Be Modified?” with Dr. John F. McDonald. Pennsylvania Political Science Association Conference. Shippensburg University. Shippensburg, PA.
Philadelphia Political Geography Platform (with Benjamin Mearns). A means to visualize and calculate demographics within various micro-geographies in cities.
Doctoral Dissertation. Carroll, Jeffrey N. 2013. “Information Utilization in Municipal Decision-Making: An Exploratory Study of the Social Compact Neighborhood Market DrillDown” (2013). Proquest/UMI:11658
Master’s Thesis. Carroll, Jeffrey N. 2005. “Values, Influences and Informal Social Control in North Philadelphian Youth”
I have worked on an extensive amount of research projects for campaigns and elections that includes but not limited to public policy platform creation and voter analysis as part of his responsibilities as partner for Urbicus LLC, a government relations consultancy.
For ten years, I’ve served as a faculty consultant to the College Board for the Advanced Placement exam in U.S. Government and Politics.