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Symposium: Politics and Policy Making

Watch the archived webcast from this special symposium from this year's conference. (Free email registration required.)

 
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Symposium: ACA - One Year Later

Watch the archived webcast of this special symposium from this year's conference. (Free email registration required.)

 
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Watch This Year's APPAM Presidential Address

Watch President Angela Evans' keynote speech to the Association.

 
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Generation Unbound: Drifting into Sex and Parenthood Without Marriage

With over half of all births—many unplanned—to young adults in the United States today occurring outside of marriage, the result is an increase in poverty and inequality for children.

 
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Insights to Prepare Yourself for the Job Market from Those in “The Know”

Students preparing to enter the workforce need to do some additional 'homework' as they prepare for their job searches.

 
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Spotlight: Johns Hopkins University

The Johns Hopkins Master of Public Policy (MPP) was created in 1992 as the Masters of Arts in Policy Studies (MAPS) under the direction of Dr. Lester Salamon in an effort to address a clear demand for qualitatively oriented analysis of social policy.

 
 
 
 
 
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APPAM Office Closed for Holiday

11/27/2014 5:00:00 AM
The APPAM office is closed Nov. 27 and 28 for the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
 

APPAM News

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Mounting evidence across different disciplines suggests that early-life conditions can have consequences on individual outcomes throughout the life cycle. Relative to other developed countries, the United States fares poorly on standard indicators of early-life health, and this disadvantage may have profound consequences not only for population well-being, but also for economic growth and competitiveness in a global economy.
Monday, November 24, 2014
The Civil Rights Act and the War on Poverty: 50 Years Later served as a forum to discuss the legacies of arguably two of the most important legislative and policy agendas of the past half century.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Best tweets and posts across the research and policy social media feeds for the week.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
As a Master’s student, I was very happy to see the new Data Analytics Track at the APPAM Fall Research Conference this year. In my program at the Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy, students have the option to concentrate their studies in a number of different areas. One of the least favorite for many of the students is the Methods track, the track that focus strongly on quantitative and qualitative analysis.

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Journal of Policy Analysis & Management (JPAM)

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Effects of Monitoring on Mortgage Delinquency
In the wake of the housing crisis in 2008, U.S. policymakers have developed a range of policy proposals to address the risk of mortgage borrowers going into payment default. Stephanie Moulton, J. Michael Collins, Cäzilia Loibl, and Anya Samek test the impact of goal setting and external monitoring on mortgage delinquency.
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