Bureaucracy is so boring. Who cares? Not you, right? Well then, you’re in for an unwelcome surprise because the people who run our government from day to day aren’t the ones you voted for. Our democracy depends on the men and women of the bureaucracy. They execute the laws, and lately they’ve been doing it without supportive leadership, without the trust of the public … without a voice.
In this episode, William Resh is their voice, and we would be wise to listen.
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The USC Bedrosian Center housed at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, presents the Governance Salon featuring Luciana Dar from UC California Riverside. This study investigates whether higher education institutions alter their pricing strategies due to changes state-based financial aid generosity. Using fixed effects and instrumental variables estimation strategies with an institutional-level panel dataset…