Policy Perspectives

Policy Perspectives is a scholarly journal published by graduate students in the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at the George Washington University. The journal provides an opportunity for Trachtenberg School students and alumni to publish research based on their studies and to offer their perspective on public policy and its management.

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ISSN: 1085-7087


 

 

Announcements

 

Volume 22 Is Now Available

 

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our contributors and editorial staff, Volume 22 of Policy Perspectives is now available online and in print. Volume 22 continues the Trachtenberg School's tradition of academic excellence by offering six articles, four book reviews, and two interviews on a variety of public policy and public administration topics.

If you would like to order a copy of Volume 22 or subscribe to Policy Perspectives, please send an email with your contact information to polpersp@gwu.edu.

 
Posted: 2015-05-04
 

Trachtenberg School Alumni: Become a Policy Perspectives Subscriber!

 

Did you know Policy Perspectives is the oldest student-run journal of public policy and public administration in the nation? Support the work of current and former students by subscribing to Volume 22, which will be published in May. Alumni receive a 50% discount and can subscribe for just $11. To subscribe, write a check for $11 to GWU/TSPPPA with Policy Perspectives in the memo line, and send your check to Policy Perspectives, Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, 805 21st Street, NW, Suite 602A, Washington, DC 20052. For more information, please email polpersp@gwu.edu.

 
Posted: 2015-02-20
 
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Volume 22

A Revenue-Based Approach to Saving Social Security • The Gender Unemployment Gap: How the 2008–2009 Economic Crisis in Ecuador Differentially Affected Women • Considering the Cost of Inclusionary Zoning and Resale Restrictions in the District of Columbia • One Discount Rate Fits All? The Regressive Effects of DOE’s Energy Efficiency Rule • Washington, DC’s Lottery-Rotation System for Food Trucks: A Step in the Right Direction • When the Customer Isn’t Right: How Unsupportive Donor Demands Lead to Ineffective NGO Practices • A Time to Attack: The Looming Iranian Nuclear Threat and Unthinkable: Iran, the Bomb, and American Strategy (Book Review) • How a Smiley Face Can Save the World (Book Review) • The Working Class Hero: Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century (Book Review) • Electing to Evaluate: A Review of Evaluating Democracy Assistance (Book Review) • From Hopelessness to Expectation: An Interview with Christopher Cabaldon, Mayor of West Sacramento • Why Washington, DC, Is “One of the Best Places to Live in the World”: An Interview with Tommy Wells, Director of the District Department of the Environment

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

Editors' Note
Anne Kruse, Christine Mellen
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4

Letter from the Director

Letter from the Director
Kathryn Newcomer
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5

Articles

Theresa Anderson
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7-19
Cinthia Josette Arévalo Gross
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20-31
Laura K. Gibbons
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32-39
Sofie E. Miller
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40-54
Clint Trocchio, Paul J. Miller
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55-71
Daniel Walker
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72-87

Book Reviews

Jaci Dickerson
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89-94
Tony Mastria
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95-101
Nicholas Mastron
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102-109
Jerome Wei
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110-115

Interviews

Monika Jansen
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117-123
Christine Mellen
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124-130

Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff
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131-133