Research Seminar Series - Fall 2014
All seminars convene on Thursdays from noon to 1:00 p.m in Ward 305. Please feel free to bring a bag lunch.
The implementation of a Congressional mandate to conduct a national baseline study on violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women living in tribal communities in the United States
Jane Palmer, Director, Community-Based Research Scholars Program, American University
Building a Global Civil Service: The Determinants of Bureaucrat Nationality in the United Nations Secretariat
Ned Malone, Ph.D. Candidate, DPAP
Exploring the Financial Disruption of Executive Turnover in Nonprofit Organizations
Mandi Stewart, Ph.D. Candidate, DPAP
Administrative Burden: Learning, Psychological and Compliance Costs in Citizen-State Interactions
Donald Moynihan, Professor of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin –Madison
Is policy "farsightedness" possible?
Jonathan Boston, Professor of Public Policy in the School of Government at Victoria University of Wellington and a visiting Fulbright Fellow at American University
Making Summer Matter: The Impact of Youth Employment on Academic Performance
Amy Ellen Schwartz, Professor of Public Policy, Education & Economics, NYU; Director, NYU Institute for Education and Social Policy
Sean Nicholson-Crotty, Associate Professor, SPEA –Indiana University
Local Government in 140 Characters
Jon Schwabish, Senior Researcher, Urban Institute
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