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Putting Public Policy on an Evidence-Based Track
Thinking About Corrections


Saying that "U.S. public policy has increasingly been conceived, debated and evaluated through the lenses of politics and ideology," the Urban Institute has released an updated brief, Beyond Ideology, Politics, and Guesswork: The Case for Evidence-Based Policy.  In just eight pages, the paper succinctly covers several public policy areas, including criminal justice and corrections.

Posted Tue, Aug 12 2008 10:09 AM by Anonymous


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