Wednesday, October 19, 2016

JPAM Featured Article: "Supplying Disadvantaged Schools with Effective Teachers: Experimental Evidence on Secondary Math Teachers from Teach For America"

As part of our ongoing effort to promote JPAM authors to the APPAM membership and the public policy world at large, we are asking JPAM authors to answer a few questions to promote their research article on the APPAM website.


The Wonk Podcast: Intro & Episode 1


APPAM is excited to announce the launch of its very own student podcast! The Wonk will examine the biggest policy issues of today discussed by expert practitioners, researchers, and academics, but explained by students, for students. 

Episodes will cover emerging trends in public policy, research trends, and answers to student questions about preparing for a career in public policy. 

The Wonk is produced by Mallory Flowers, PhD Student, Georgia Institute of Technology, Spence Purnell, MPA, Policy Analyst, R Street Institute, and members of the APPAM Student Advisory Committee.

Featured Episode: Welcome to The Wonk

In this episode hosts Mallory Flowers and Spence Purnell will give an overview of the podcast, including what to expect, what policy topics will be covered, and how APPAM can assist policy student and young professionals as they begin their policy careers.

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The Wonk Episode 1: Why is my rent so high?

As young people flock to cities, more and more notice the burden of high rent. Why is rent so high, and how do we know when it's a problem? Spence breaks down rental markets with urban economist Dr. Sam Staley: how do we measure changes in the housing market, how do we decide between good and bad development, and who are the YIMBY unicorns?

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Please stay turned for future episodes!

To provide comments or topic suggestions for The Wonk Podcast, please email Meghan Grenda at


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