Print Journal

Fall 2017 Edition Published

The Sanford Journal of Public Policy is proud to announce the publication of our fall 2017 edition. The Journal is available for free in digital form here, and hard copies will be available for purchase soon online.

The issue features remarkable articles by Anne Kruse (Declining Gender Wage Inequality: More Variation Exists among Cohorts of Women than among States), Monica Coscia (How the Supreme Court Made the Freedom of Speech More Free), and cowriters Nathalia Aguirre-Castro, Fabio A. Naranjo, and Dr. Mark Smith (Innocence Lost: The Impact of Armed Conflict on Colombian Children).

This edition is the culmination of more than a year of work to relaunch the print edition after a long hiatus. Meredith Bunnel (MPP ’17), Editor-in-Chief for the 2016-17 school year, led the effort and was instrumental to its success. Meredith and I are proud to present this work as a joint venture between the class of 2017 and the class of 2018.

We hope you find this edition engaging and edifying, as we have.

Kate Lohmeyer
Editor-in-Chief, Sanford Journal of Public Policy

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