Ed J. Miller

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Political Science

Department of Political Science
Stevens Point, WI
USA
54481
emiller@uwsp.edu

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Currently, I am continuing to working on the shortage in the supply of physicians in the U.S. and reforms of Medicare. I am also examining the problem of court determinations in redistricting. Lastly I am working on concentration in the health sector and its consequences.

Citation:
Miller, Edward J. 2016. "Lawmaking and Public Administration." in Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy.
Abstract: Examines the role of Congress in conducting oversight over the administration of law. The article includes discussion of administrative discretion.
Citation:
Miller, Edward J. 2014. "Complementary and Alternative Medicine." In B.S.Steel, ed. Science and Politics. Sage Press.
Abstract: Examines the evidence and politics surround major approaches of complementary and alternative medicine.
Citation:
Miller, Edwarrd J. 2013 "Governor" and "Local Government" in Wisconsin Government and Politics. McGraw-Hill.
Abstract: Chapters examine statutory, policy, and backgrounds pertaining to Wisconsin governors and Wisconsin local governments.
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Miller, Edward J. 2009. "Wisconsin." Political Encyclopedia of U.S.States and Regions. Congressional Quarterly Press.
Abstract: Broad overview of Wisconsin government, elections, and policy trends.
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Miller, Edward J. 2007. "Physican Workforce Shortage and Its Implications for Expanded Medical Coverage." 2007 Economic Indidators Reports.
Abstract: Examines data, causes, and consequences of the growing physician shortage in the U.S.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy
Education Policy
Governance
Health Policy PRIMARY
Social Policy
Urban Public Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY

Keywords

HEALTH LEGISLATURE POLICY EDUCATION POLICY GOVERNOR WISCONSIN URBAN POLITICS SMALL CITIES STATES CITIES MEDICINE