Editor's Note on Policy Advocacy Essays Article

Rosenbaum, A. (1993). Editor's Note on Policy Advocacy Essays . 12(3-4), 74-75. 10.1111/j.1541-1338.1993.tb00551.x

cited authors

  • Rosenbaum, A


  • As our legion of obviously highly observant and dedicated readers will immediately note, this issue of the Policy Studies Review is marked by the introduction of a new feature which we have chosen to characterize as policy advocacy essays. Specifically, the two essays featured in this issue—“Strategic Treasury Debt Management in Public Policy” by Campbell R. Harvey and “How the Clinton Administration Can Make Foreign Aid Work” by Neil S. Zank—are significantly different from our typical articles. They go a good way beyond the usually rather cautious recommendations for policy change that are upon occasion put forward at the conclusion of our typically quite analytical and often empirically based articles. In contrast, neither of the two essays that follow intend to be objective. Rather, both authors, as individuals with long‐time expertise in the areas about which they are writing, have quite decided opinions about significant reforms in major areas of national policy which they would like to see implemented. Copyright © 1993, Wiley Blackwell. All rights reserved

publication date

  • January 1, 1993

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start page

  • 74

end page

  • 75


  • 12


  • 3-4