Sex Offender Registration and the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Legal and Policy Implications of Registering Juvenile Sex Offenders 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 3, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image … Continue reading Sex Offender Registration and the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Sweating the Small Stuff

The Cost of Immaterial Tax Law Provisions 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 3, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Daniel … Continue reading Sweating the Small Stuff

The Case for Differential Discounting

How a Small Rate Change Could Help Agencies Save More Lives and Make More Sense 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 3, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the … Continue reading The Case for Differential Discounting

Defined Benefits, Undefined Costs

Moving Toward a More Transparent Accounting of State Public Employee Pension Plans 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 3, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of … Continue reading Defined Benefits, Undefined Costs

Fannie and Freddie Flipped

A Backward Induction Analysis of the GSEs’ Meltdown 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 3, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by … Continue reading Fannie and Freddie Flipped