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Rethinking Humanitarian Assistance Coordination
This paper develops an analytical framework to address an issue of enduring and seemingly intractable concern, how to secure improved coordination among those parties and organizations that seek to provide assistance in ...
Policy Strategic Growth Area 2018 Research Forum
(Virginia Tech, 2018-04-19)
The goal of the half day 2018 Spring Research Forum, held on April 19 at the Inn at Virginia Tech, was to showcase the Policy SGA's research and planning projects and provide an opportunity for participants to engage with ...
Global Systems Science (GSS) DA and Policy SGA (PSGA) Synergies and Opportunities Workshop
(Virginia Tech, 2017-09-29)
The goals of this day-long event, held on September 29, 2017, were to identify areas for collaborative synergy and cooperation between the GSS DA and PSGA and showcase a model for future DA/SGA collaboration and shared innovation.
Veterans and Broadband Access in Virginia: Implications for Healthcare Planning and Policy
(Virginia Tech; Veterans in Society: Changing the Discourse, 2013-04-15)
The paper summarizes results and ongoing research into the implication of broadband access and utilization as a means to improve veterans' health care services and coordination. The study examines (a) broadband access, ...
The Import of Neoliberalism on Efforts to Encourage Agency in Three Fields of Development Action
This article examines the dynamics of population agency and empowerment in each of three fields of aid provision—humanitarian relief, international development and peacebuilding—during recent decades. It first describes ...
Understanding and Building Effective Narrative on Veteran Experiences to Compel Program and Policy Action
Virginia has the third highest per capita population of veterans, and the seventh highest in total population. Many of these veterans are faced with wide-ranging and complex health issues, which vary greatly depending on ...
The Nature Conservancy, the Press and the Social Construction of Accountability
This paper explores the May 2003 Washington Post investigative articles concerning The Nature Conservancy (TNC) for their implications for our understanding of the dynamics of accountability for nonprofit organizations. ...