The Price of Species Protection

The Effect of the ESA on Forest landowners Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 1, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by … Continue reading The Price of Species Protection

Governance, Technology and the Search for Modernity in Kenya

Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 1, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece. (Image by Elizabeth Hoffecker Moreno) An ICT policy that produces … Continue reading Governance, Technology and the Search for Modernity in Kenya

The Engquist Revolution

How the Supreme Court Affirmed Arbitrary Action in Public Employment Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 1, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  … Continue reading The Engquist Revolution

What the Real Jack Bauers Really Need

A New Subpoena Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 1, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Donald Lee Pardue) Since the … Continue reading What the Real Jack Bauers Really Need

Disability, Health, and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

Using Health Data to Inform Disability Policy in Delaware Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 1, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image … Continue reading Disability, Health, and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System