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Work engagement, burnout, and the motivation to serve among law enforcement officers during the COVID-19 pandemic and community protests in the USA
Public Management and Leadership
November 15, 2022
This study, published in A Journal of Policy and Practice, investigates changes in officer work engagement and burnout over time and the role of public service motivation in sustaining high work engag...
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Historical Roots of Public Administration: Development of the Interaction between Political and Administrative Officeholders
Public Management and Leadership
October 20, 2022
This research, published in Elgar Encyclopedia of Public Management, looks at the history of public administration and relationship between administrative and political officeholders.
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Managing the onset of a new disease in older age: Housing wealth, mortgage borrowing, and medication adherence
Science, Engineering and Technology Policy
October 13, 2022
This study, published in Social Science & Medicine, examines the relationship between wealth and health. 
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The international trade of U.S. organic agri-food products: export opportunities, import competition and policy impacts
Food Policy
October 12, 2022
This study, published in Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, offers new insights concerning the current status and trends of U.S. organic imports and exports U.S. policies relevant to the internat...
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For-Profit Charter Schools: An evaluation of their spending and outcomes
Education Policy
September 28, 2022
This report, published in Thomas B. Fordham Institute, evaluates for-profit charter school's spending and outcomes. 
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Assessing the Causes of Racial Disparities in Drug Courts
Criminal Justice Administration
September 23, 2022
An Ohio State research team, including the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, will examine why and how racial disparities in drug court diversion and participation persist. 
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Credit Counseling and Long-Term Credit Outcomes: Evidence from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling’s Sharpen Your Financial Focus Program
September 21, 2022
This study identifies the characteristics and long-term outcomes of consumers participating in nonprofit credit counseling, including those who do and do not enroll in debt management plans. 
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Academic Achievement and Pandemic Recovery in Ohio
COVID-19, Education Policy
September 15, 2022
Examination of student performance on the Ohio fall 2021 third grade English language arts (ELA) assessment.