Published: August 01, 2005
This report on new and more cost-effective strategies for cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay was prepared by the policy analysis workshop at the School of Public Policy of the University of Maryland. The policy analysis workshop is a course in the master's study of an important public policy issue. This year there were ten students with undergraduate majors ranging from biology to public policy to Russian literature. The combined efforts of the students amounted to more than 750 hours, including review of the literature, meetings with experts on the Chesapeake Bay, and other methods of study. The Executive Summary presents the principal findings, conclusions and recommendation.
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Originator: Maryland School of Publich Policy