Social Experimentation, Program Evaluation, and Public Policy
November 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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Maureen Pirog is the Rudy Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University (IU) and has an honorary professorship in the Public Administration department at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia. In addition, Professor Pirog serves as co-director of IU’s Institute for Family and Social Responsibility, a multi-disciplinary, multi-campus institute that provides research expertise and technical assistance to state and national social service organizations. Professor Pirog’s research focuses on issues related to the effective delivery of social services. Child support enforcement, electronic benefit transfers, the role of faith-based organizations in delivering social services, the efficacy of large-scale computer-based education reforms in Barbados, the robustness of methods that correct for selection bias in nonrandomized evaluations, and cost-effectiveness research have been the subjects of her recent papers and publications. She is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.