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APPAM International Conference
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September 29, 2014-September 30, 2014

All Day Event


In the wake of the 2008/2009 financial crisis have come increasing concerns that we may be witnessing the decline of the middle classes across the developed world. The forces underlying this uneasiness, of course, were at work before the crisis, but it seems to have hastened and aggravated their impact. Is the decades-long period of relative middle-class affluence at an end? Or will current difficulties pass as national economies strengthen?
 
(All Day Event)
The Cost and Value of Biomedical Innovation: Implications for Health Policy
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October 01, 2014

Time:09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Location: Brookings Institution, Washington, DC -20036



High-cost drugs and devices that address significant unmet medical needs have generated much attention lately. New treatments for many cancers and for infections like Hepatitis C have the potential to increase life expectancy and quality of life for affected patients. Many more such treatments are in development.
 
(09:00 AM - 01:00 PM)
Paving the Way for Women in Construction: Creating Systems and Supports that Work
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October 01, 2014

Time:02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

The Women’s Bureau will host a series of webinars that will explore key policy and programs for, among other things, improving women's preparation for and access to good jobs, including non-traditional occupations. The first installment will focus on improving women's representation in construction fields.
 
(02:00 PM - 03:00 PM)
Early Registration Ends for 2014 Fall Research Conference
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October 03, 2014

All Day Event


Last day to secure the early registration rate for the 2014 Fall Research Conference.
 
(All Day Event)
Fall Conference Sponsor Ad Deadline
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October 08, 2014

All Day Event


If you are a sponsor for the Fall Research Conference, today is the last day for ads to be turned in for the mobile app, website, and printed program.
 
(All Day Event)

IBM Center

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Networking Opportunities Abound at This Year's Fall Research Conference

There's no argument that networking today is critical for success. At its core, networking is making contacts and encouraging an information exchange that fosters voluntary collaboration. While dissemination of information is part of the networking process, it isn't the final definition. In order to be truly successful, there needs to be some dialogue, reciprocity, and mutual interaction.

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Call for Papers: Qualitative and Mixed-Methods for Policy Analysis

January 29, 2013 10:11 AM

The Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (JPAM) invites submissions of papers for a special symposium on “Qualitative and Mixed-Methods for Policy Analysis.” The symposium will include papers that focus specifically on advances in these methodologies as well as papers that evaluate the efficacy and/or implementation of government programs, policies, laws and/or managerial innovations using these methods. Methods papers should contain a well-articulated methodological extension or further definition of the boundaries of policy research and analysis. Applied demonstrations of the usefulness of these methods must be focused on important programs, policies, laws or managerial innovations that have broad ramifications for policy makers. Papers from specific disciplinary perspectives will be accepted although we would like to encourage the submission of multidisciplinary papers.
 
Submissions for this symposium should be made through the regular online submission process for the Journal. Please indicate with your submission that you would like your paper to be considered for this special symposium. Initial submissions will be accepted until February 15, 2013. Dr. Kathryn Edin will serve as a special guest co-editor for this symposium along with JPAM editor-in-chief, Dr. Maureen Pirog.

 

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