The malignant effects of multimillion-dollar bonuses and a proposal for reining them in.
News & Commentary - Archive 2010
Health care reform has been a leading issue in the news for the past year, with many twists and turns in the legislative process. Megan Stacy, a second year student in the Master of Public Policy program, experienced some of the process first-hand during her internship last summer in the office of U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, as the HELP committee bill was drafted.
The biggest problem with not passing the Senate bill is that it is hard to see how the problems will be addressed later.
The health care reform can still be passed into law through a procedure that avoids the possibility of a filibuster.
Rethinking Orphanages - As the number of orphans grows worldwide, it's time to discard Dickensian stereotypes.
Associate Professor of Public Policy David H. Schanzer discusses actions being taken in Muslim American communities to prevent radicalization among its members and how law officials should support those efforts.
Extra legal measures required to pursue capital cases cost the state a significant amount every year, according to research by Philip Cook, ITT/Terry Sanford Professor of Public Policy at the Sanford School.
Associate Professor of Public Policy David H. Schanzer co-authors a report that addresses actions being taken in Muslim American communities to reduce the relatively small threat of “homegrown” terrorism.
Associate Professor of PPS David H. Schanzer cautions against investing too much in technology in response to the Christmas Day bomb attempt.