13 September 2010

Special issue: The power of informatics in public policy and public affairs

International Journal of Public Policy 6(3/4) 2010
  • Comparisons of changes over time in per capita health expenditures across racial and ethnic groups
  • Changes in the supply of primary care physicians in rural areas in the USA, 1990-2000
  • A comparative study of financial performance of freestanding ambulatory surgery centres and hospital-based outpatient departments: 1997-2004
  • Admissions of African Americans to state psychiatric hospitals
  • Has managed care affected physicians' income?
  • Cancer, disability and public health service providers: better education through informatics and the Supercourse
  • Disease management organisation approach to chronic illness
  • Crime data mining as a decision making tool
  • Corruption in US states: the effects of socio-economic factors
  • A case study of the effects of the service population on crime and the officer ratio in Orlando, Florida
  • Developing fundamental capabilities for successful e-government implementation
  • Quality prediction modelling for software customisation in the absence of defect data
  • A new approach to understanding the Abu Ghraib prison torture scandal
Additional Papers
  • Resilient responses to climate change and variability: a challenge for public policy
  • The church in place and space: the case of the Springfield diocese

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