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Featured Policy Experts


Matt Grossmann

Michigan State University
Political Science

Substantive Focus:
Law and Policy
Economic Policy
Education Policy
Energy and Natural Resource Policy
Environmental Policy
Governance
Health Policy
Science and Technology Policy
Social Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History
Policy Process Theory
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation
Public Opinion

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Adam Luedtke

City University of New York
Social Sciences

Substantive Focus:
Law and Policy
Economic Policy
Governance
Defense and Security
International Relations
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory
Policy Analysis and Evaluation
Public Opinion

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Public Policy Section Award Winners


Karen Long Jusko

University of Michigan

2010 Harold D. Lasswell Award for the best dissertation in the field of public policy, co-sponsored by the APSA Public Policy Section and the Policy Studies Organization.

"The Political Representation of the Poor"