Howard A. Palley

University of Maryland, Baltimore
Institute for Human Services Policy, School of Social Work

Institute for Human Services Policy, School of Social Work
University of Maryland
Baltimore, MD
USA
21201
hpalley@ssw.umaryland.edu

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My current research interests are the analysis of Canadian federal health policy and the nature of implementation of the health care policies at the provincial level-- with particular regard to the dynamic between the private commercial sector and the public sector. More broadly I am interested in public policy analysis of U.S. and international health care policies and programs as well as public policy analysis of U.S. and international long-term care policies and programs for the elderly.

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Abstract: Palley, Howard A., ed. 2016. Special Edition of Global Social Welfare, 3 (2) entitled, "International Comparisons of Some Healthcare Delivery Impacts on Vulnerable Populations."
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Abstract: Palley, Howard A. 2016. "Introduction: International Comparisons of Some Healthcare Delivery Impacts on Vulnerable Populations." Global Social Welfare, 3 (2): 1-3.
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Fierlbeck, Katherine and Howard A. Palley, eds. 2015. "Comparative Health Care Federalism." Farnham, UK and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing.
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Palley, Marian Lief and Howard A. Palley. 2014. "The Politics of Women's Health Care in the United States." New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Palley, Howard a., Marie-Pascale Pomey, and Owen Adams. 2012. "The Political and Economic Sustainability of Health Care in Canada: Priviate-Sector Involvement in the Federal Provincial Health Care System." Amherst, NY: Cambria Press.
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Palley, Howard A.. Marie-Pascale Pomey and Pierre-Gerlier Forest. 2011. "Examining Private and Public Provision on Canada's Health Care Systems: Comparing Ontario and Quebec." International Political Science Rwview, 32 (1): 79-94.
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Palley, Howard A. 2006. "Canadian Abortion Policy: National Policy and the Impact of Federalism and Political Implementation on Access to Services." Publius: The Journal of Federalism 36 (4): 565-586.

Substantive Focus:
Health Policy PRIMARY
Social Policy
Comparative Public Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY

Keywords

HEALTH CARE POLICY