2010 edition of student-run Michigan Journal of Public Affairs published
Thursday, August 5, 2010
The Michigan Journal of Public Affairs (MJPA) published its 2010 edition featuring articles about: the relationship between institutional capacity and insurgent movements in Pakistan, U.S. dependency on foreign oil, tourism as a strategy for economic growth in developing countries, forest and fire management in U.S. pine forests, and the public policy impacts of China's Supreme People's Court.
The MJPA is a student-run journal at the Ford School that publishes articles on a wide range of international and domestic policy issues. Article submissions are accepted annually from graduate and professional students, policy practitioners, and faculty from across the country and around the world.
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