Monday, September 24, 2018

What is the Role Advocacy Should Play in APPAM’s Activities? | APPAM Leadership Blog Series

What is the role advocacy should play in APPAM’s activities? The arguments largely fall into two camps: APPAM shouldn’t engage in advocacy activities because our members get those needs met elsewhere and wading into specific issues is sure to alienate some; APPAM should engage in advocacy activities since members’ research depends on funding and the outcomes impact policy and the policy-making process. APPAM doesn’t advocate or provide information its members could use to advocate. Should we?

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2014 Fall Conference Online Paper Collection

The Online Paper Collection represents a selected cross section of papers presented at the 2014 Fall Research Conference in Albuquerque, NM last November.

The conference included more than 260 sessions, featuring over 900 papers on the most cutting edge public policy research being conducted today. This collection of 13 papers exemplifies the types of issues and research discussed at the conference. The papers are broken out into the policy areas for the 2014 conference. The collection is meant to give Association members, members of the greater public policy community, students, practitioners, and policymakers a sense of the research that APPAM members do, the policy issues their research addresses, and the insight they can and do provide in the policy making process.

 

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