v16_2005a - Letter from the Editors We are pleased to...

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Letter from the Editors We are pleased to present the 2005 edition of the Journal of Public and Interna- tional Affairs (JPIA) . Now in its sixteenth year, JPIA publishes exclusively the work of graduate students from schools of public and international affairs, providing young scholars with a unique forum to present original research and analysis on issues of domestic and international concern. JPIA also provides an opportunity for professional and intellectual exchange among the members of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA). As always, this year’s selection process for publication in the Journal was rigor- ous. Student contributing editors participated in an intense Reading Weekend at Princeton University, traveling from schools across North America and as far as Switzerland to select the best articles for publication. The contributing edi- tors reviewed and debated the merits of Ffty-four pre-screened submissions from seventeen APSIA member schools before selecting the Fnal ten articles presented in this volume. One additional article was selected for publication on JPIA ’s web site: www.princeton.edu/~jpia. This year’s Journal showcases the diversity that characterizes scholarship on public and international affairs. Three articles highlight the relevance of gendered analysis to public policies. Kanika Mak considers the impact on economic development of gender imbalance in land tenure in Kenya and Uganda, recommending con- stitutional, institutional, and social changes to ensure that property rights systems
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course POLS 494 taught by Professor Garymoncrief during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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