On October 26th, 2012 Paul Jargowsky addressed the Board of Trustees of the Century Foundation in New York on poverty trends and emerging issues. Prof. Jargowsky delivered a talk, “Reflections on Recovery,” at the Burn Foundation’s Annual Gala at the Union League on October 19th, 2012.
In a forthcoming article to appear in the journal Health Policy and Planning, entitled, “Exploring the Utility of Institutional Theory in Analyzing International Health Agency Stasis and Change,” Eduardo J. Gomez argues that institutional theory can be used to explain why some international health organizations succeed and others fail to adapt to changing conditions.
Patrice Mareschal and Patricia Ciorici (Public Affairs Ph.D. candidate), presented a co-authored paper: “Against All Odds: Civic Engagement and Power Building in an Invisible Workforce,” at the International CRIMT (Research Centre on Globalization and Work) Conference, in Montreal, Canada, October 2012. This paper examines how home care workers in Oregon, a predominantly female, geographically dispersed, and economically under-valued workforce were … Continue reading Patrice Mareschal and Patricia Ciorici Presented Co-Authored Paper…
Maureen M. Donaghy investigates how one community in Rio de Janeiro is taking on Olympic redevelopment plans that threaten to displace large numbers of the urban poor.
Marie Isabelle Chevrier has just published Arms Control Policy: A Guide to the Issues, a focused study of how arms control agreements are negotiated and implemented that concludes with an analysis of the contemporary challenges facing treaty-making.