In Defense of Circular Reasoning: The Affordable Care Act and the Resilience of Law and Self-Reference

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 5, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Ted Eytan) Self-referential, circular phenomena abound in modern … Continue reading In Defense of Circular Reasoning: The Affordable Care Act and the Resilience of Law and Self-Reference

Economists are from Mercury, Policymakers are from Saturn: The Tax Policy Implications of Communication 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 5, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Stephen Melkisethlan)  It is curious how often you … Continue reading Economists are from Mercury, Policymakers are from Saturn: The Tax Policy Implications of Communication Failure

Reforming the National Practitioner Data Bank to Promote Fair Med-Mal Outcomes

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 5, Issue 1 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Ted Eytan) In 1990, the federal government created … Continue reading Reforming the National Practitioner Data Bank to Promote Fair Med-Mal Outcomes