Books in category Political Science – Public Policy

  • Centers for Ending

    Centers for Ending
    Seymour B. Sarason

    This concise volume is essential reading for researchers, graduate students, professionals, practitioners, and policy makers across such fields as geriatric medicine, health psychology, social work, public health, and public policy.

  • Women and Planning

    Women and Planning
    Clara Greed

    The first comprehensive history and analysis of women and the planning movement, covering the philosophical, practical and policy dimensions.

  • Changing Perceptions and Altered Reality Emerging Economies in Volume 428

    Changing Perceptions and Altered Reality: Emerging Economies in …, Volume 428

    There was the economic development "miracle" in the East Asia Region, then the great crash. In the Latin American and Caribbean region, there remain question marks, little increased growth, and no "miracle" in sight.

  • America Adriftâ Righting the Course

    America Adrift—Righting the Course
    John W. Zimmerman Sr.

    I highly recommend this book for everyone regardless of age or social standing.” Bill Gower, president and founder, MATRIX Resources, Inc. I am donating my profits from this book to Boys and Girls Clubs of America.

  • The Precariat

    The Precariat
    Guy Standing

    In a new preface for the Revelations edition Guy Standing discusses recent political developments and their effect on the precariat.

  • Agendas and Decisions

    Agendas and Decisions
    Dorothy F. Olshfski, Robert B. Cunningham

    Studies how state-level public executives and managers in Tennessee decide and implement policy.

  • Climate Change Policy in the United States

    Climate Change Policy in the United States
    Dianne Rahm

    Framing the scientific debate against moral, ethical, and religious considerations, the book offers potential solutions. The book includes seven maps and tables, notes, bibliography, and index.

  • Science and Social Context

    Science and Social Context
    Lisa N. Mills

    A critical analysis of the intensely controversial recombinant bovine growth hormone. Lisa Mills considers how regulatory scientists arrive at conclusions about product safety, given the constraints of the environment in which they work.

  • Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Northern New England A Directory

    Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Northern New England: A Directory
    Robert M. Keller

    This publication contains data from 11 Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) in Northern New England (ME, NH, VT).

  • Improving the Energy Performance of Buildings

    Improving the Energy Performance of Buildings
    Charles Ries, Joseph Jenkins, Oliver Wise

    This study examines how policies to increase energy efficiency in buildings in the European Union and Australia have worked and draws implications for the design of similar public policies for the United States.

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