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PUBLICATIONS

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) publish a wide range of studies for numerous publications.

Annual Report

The Institute for Policy Studies' annual report provides information on the MPP program and recent graduate and alumni news, as well as brief synopses of all research projects, demonstration, technical assistance and international fellows programs and person statements of senior staff.  To obtain a copy, contact the Institute via e-mail jhuips@jhu.edu , fax (410) 516-8233 or telephone (410) 516-7174. Click here to view the current annual report.

Ideas in Action

Ideas in Action is a 16-page booklet showcasing the value and scope of IPS public policy research. Click here to view the current issue.

Centers within the Institute

The Center for Civil Society Studies , the Sar Levitan Center for Social Policy Studies, and the International Society for Third Sector Research -- also produce their own publications.

Below is a list of Selected Publications from the current academic year:

Selected Publications

September 2009
Listening Post Communiqué #15: "Health Care and Nonprofits: The Hidden Dimension of America’s Health Care Crisis" Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 2009. See here for more information.

June 2009
Listening Post Communiqué #14: "Impact of the 2007-09 Economic Recession on nonprofit Organizations" Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 2009. See here for more information.

February 2009
Listening Post Communiqué #12: "'Shovel-Ready but Stalled: Nonprofit Infrastructure Projects Ready for Economic Recovery Support" Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 2009. Click here for more information.

October 2008
Listening Post Communiqué #11: "Nonprofit Priorities for the New Administration" Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 2008.Click here for more information.

Salamon, L. and S. Lessans Geller (2008). “Maryland Nonprofit Employment Update,” NED Bulletin No. 31, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, Center for Civil Society Studies.  Click here for more information.

 

October 2007
Barnow, Burt S. (2007). “Occupations and Skills in the U.S.: Projection Methods and Results,” in O. Strietska-Ilina and M. Tessaring (eds.), Systems, Institutional Frameworks and Processes for Early Identification of Skill Needs. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, pp. 16-24.

September 2007
Listening Post Communiqué #8: “The Nonprofit Workforce Crisis: Real or Imagined?" Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 2007. Click Here for more information.

Salamon, L., W. Sokolowski, M. Haddock, and H. Tice (2007). “Measuring Civil Society and Volunteering: Initial Findings from Implementation of the UN Handbook on Nonprofit Institutions." Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies. See here for more information.

July/August 2007
Newman, S. (2007). “Housing Allowances in Britain: A Troubled History and Uncertain Future,” in P.A. Kemp (ed.), Housing Allowances in Comparative Perspective. Bristol, UK: The Policy Press.

Listening Post Communiqué #7: "Report on the Nonprofit Investment Capital Roundtable." Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 2007. See here for more information.

May 2007
Listening Post Communiqué #6: “Nonprofit Fiscal Trends and Challenges.” Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, 2007. See here for more information.

Leventhal, T. (2007). “Neighborhood Context and Health Risk Taking Behaviors of Children and Youth. Paper presented at Groupe de Recherche sur l'Inadaptation Psychosociale chez l'enfant (GRIP) Université de Montréal - Hôpital Ste-Justine, May 2007, Montreal, Canada.

Leventhal, T. (2007). “Housing Mobility and Mental Health.” Paper presented at the Housing Mobility and Health: Connecting Families and Children to Improved Health Outcomes forum sponsored by the Poverty and Race Research Action Council. Annie E. Casey Foundation, May 2007, Baltimore, MD.

April 2007
Fauth, R.C., T. Leventhal, and J. Brooks-Gunn. (2007). "Welcome to the Neighborhood? Long-Term Impacts of Moving to Low-Poverty Neighborhoods on Poor Children's and Adolescents' Outcomes," Journal of Research on Adolescence, 17 (2), 249-284.

Roche, K. and T. Leventhal (2007). "Neighborhood Disorder and Family Management Practices: Influences on Early Sex Initiation." Paper presented at Population, Family and Reproductive Health Research Day, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, April 20, Baltimore, MD.

Salamon, L.M., S. Geller, and W. Sokolowski (2007). "Texas Nonprofit Employment Update." Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, Center for Civil Society Studies.

March 2007
Nightingale, Demetra Smith and Harry J. Hoelter (eds) (2007). Reshaping the American Workforce in a Changing Economy. Washington DC: Urban Institute Press.

Nightingale, Demetra Smith, P. Sharkey, and C. Ratcliffe (2007). “Welfare Program Performance: An Analysis of South Carolina's Family Independence Program,” The American Review of Public Administration, Vol. 37, No. 1, pp. 65-90.


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