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Staff members from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) produce numerous books, articles, and monographs. Selected publications are listed below by author.

By David Altschuler:

Altschuler, D. (Forthcoming). “Policy and Program Perspectives on the Transition to Adulthood for Adolescents in the Juvenile Justice System,” in W. Osgood, E.M. Foster and C. Flanagan (eds.), On Your Own Without a Net: The Transition to Adulthood for Vulnerable Populations , Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Altschuler, D. (2004). “Adolescent and Teenage Offenders Confronting the Challenges and Opportunities of Reentry,” with Rachel Brash, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice: An Interdisciplinary Journal , Vol. 2, No. 1, January.

By Burt Barnow:

Barnow, B. (Forthcoming). “Review of Recent Pilot, Demonstration, Research, and Evaluation Initiatives to Assist in the Implementation of Programs under the Workforce Investment Act,” with Daniel B. Gubitz. Employment and Training Administration Occasional Paper and Chapter 5 of Strategic Plan for Pilots, Demonstrations, Research, and Evaluations, 2002-2007 . Washington , DC : Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor.

Barnow, B. (Forthcoming). “Information and Communications Technology and Workforce Service Delivery: A Comparative Look,”with Christopher King in Global Restructuring, Training and Social Dialogue, Torkel Alfthan, Christopher T. King, and Gyorgy Sziraczki, Editors, Geneva, Switzerland: International Labour Office, forthcoming.

By Sandra Newman:

Newman, S. (2005).  Low-End Rental Housing:  The Forgotten Story in Baltimore's Housing Boom. Abell Foundation: Baltimore, MD

Newman, S. (2004). “The Financial Viability of Housing for the Mentally Ill,” with J. Harkness, G. Galster, and J. Reschovsky, Housing Policy Debate, Volume 15, Issue 11 .

By Demetra Nightingale:

By Marion Pines:

By Lester Salamon:

Salamon, L. with H. Anheier (2004). "Civil Society in Comparative Perspective," in W. Powell and R. Steinberg, The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook, New Haven: Yale University Press.

Salamon, L., with W. Solzolowski (2004). Global Civil Society: Dimensions of the Nonprofit Sector, Vol. II, Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press.

By Marsha Schachtel:

Schachtel, M. (2005). State-Federal Partnerships for an Innovation Economy. A report for the National Governors’ Association, Washington, D.C.

Schachtel, M. (2005). “East Baltimore Revitalization Project: Opportunities and Challenges in Transforming an Urban Neighborhood,” with Patrice M. Cromwell and Robert P. Giloth, 2005. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, Vol. 10, No. 2, Spring/Summer.

Schachtel, M. (2004). K-12 Education: The Key to Quality of Life and Economic Opportunity. An Investment Framework for focusing funds on strategic priorities -- FAMILY LITERACY AND ALGEBRA, An opportunity audit for the Baltimore Community Foundation, Baltimore, MD.

Schachtel, M. with Yang Bi and Marya Kuklick (2004). The Genealogy of Maryland Information Technology Company Founders: Bioinformatics, Medical Informatics, Health Informatics, Baltimore MD: Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development and the Maryland Technology Development Corporation.