A New Kind of Public Policy Encounters Disappointing Results: Implementing Learnfare in WisconsinPublic Administration Review (1993)
Assesses Wisconsin's experience with Learnfare, a controversial policy that ties Aid to Families with Dependent Children payments to school attendance of children in recipient families. Argues that regulated redistribution programs demonstrate the extremely complex relationship between policy theory and the design of administrative procedures.
Citation InformationEthridge, M., & Percy, S. (1993). A New Kind of Public Policy Encounters Disappointing Results: Implementing Learnfare in Wisconsin. Public Administration Review, 53(4), 340-347.