Responsibility to Protect

A Policy Analysis on the Cost of Protecting Human Life 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 2, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece. … Continue reading Responsibility to Protect

The Economics of Student Attrition in Senegal

The Consequences of Resource Scarcity and a Case for Financial Reform 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 2, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the … Continue reading The Economics of Student Attrition in Senegal

Racism on Aisle Two

A Survey of Federal and State Anti-Discrimination Public Accommodation Laws 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 2, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  … Continue reading Racism on Aisle Two

Nontransparent Lobbying as a Democratic Failure

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 2, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece. (Image by NBC News)  Despite its negative reputation, lobbying is … Continue reading Nontransparent Lobbying as a Democratic Failure

Immigration Policy through the Lens of Optimal Federalism

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 2, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Daniel Mennerich) Senate Bill 1070, the controversial immigration … Continue reading Immigration Policy through the Lens of Optimal Federalism