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Howard A. Palley
Prof. Howard A. Palley

University of Maryland, USA

Professor


Email: HPALLEY@ssw.umaryland.edu


Qualifications

1963 Ph.D., Public Policy, Syracuse University, USA

1959 M.A., Social Science, Yeshiva University, USA

1957 B.A., Political Science, Brooklyn College, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. katherine Ferlbeck and Howard A. Palley. Comparative Health Care Federalism. Ashgate Pulications, 2015.
  2. “U.S. Health Care Reform: Campaigning Versus Governing,” in Public Administration of the Future, Proceedings of the 19th NISPAcee Annual Conference, Varna, Bulgaria, May 19-22, 2011. Bratislava, Slovak Republic: NISPAcee Press, 2011.(Co-authored.)
  3. “Examining Private and Public Provision in Canada’s Provincial Health Care Systems: Comparing Ontario and Quebec,” International Political Science Review, 32 (1, 2011), 79-94. (Co-authored.)
  4. “Integrated Health and Social Services in Quebec: Some Lessons for Health Care System Reform in Russia,” in Representations of Canada: Cross-Cultural Reflections on Canadian Society, Vol.7, pp. 118- 130. Edited by Robert M. Timko. Alexander H. Kubyshkin, and Ilya A. Sukov. Volgograd, Russia: Ophset Press, 2010. (Coauthored.)
  5. “Transforming Long-Term Care Pain Management in North America: The Policy-Clinical Interface,” Pain Medicine, 10 (3,2009), 506-520. (Coauthored.)
  6. “Introduction,” Social Work in Public Health (formerly the Journal of Health and Social Policy), 23 (4, 2008), 1-2. This introduction also appears in Community-Based Programs and Policies: Contributions to Social Policy Development in Health and Health-Related Services,pp. 1-2. Abingdon, U.K. and New York, NY: Routledge, 2009.
  7. “Examining Fiscal Federalism. Regionalization and Community-Based Initiatives in Canada’s Health Care Delivery System.”
  8. Social Work in Public Health (formerly the Journal of Health and Social Policy), 23 (4, 2008), 69-88. (Co-authored.) This article also appears in Community-Based Programs and Policies: Contributions to Social Policy Development in Health and Health-Related Services,pp. 67-85. Abingdon, U.K. and New York, NY: Routledge, 2009.
  9. “Child Daycare Policy in Japan: An Examination of the Program and Its Impacts,” Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 24 (2,2008), 165-178. (Co-authored.)
  10. “International Trends in Long-Term Care Policy for the Elderly,” International Area Review, 11 (2, 2008), 267-287.
  11. “Public/Private Partnerships for Prescription Drug Coverage: Policy Formulation and Outcomes in Quebec’s Universal Drug Insurance Program, with Comparisons to the Medicare Prescription Drug Program in the United States,” The Milbank Quarterly, 85 (3,2007), 469-498.(Co-authored.)
  12. “Taiwanese Housing Policy: Shifting the Focus of Housing Policy under a Democratic Regime,” Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 16 (December, 2006), 53-66. (Co-authored.)
  13. “Social Policy and Elderly People: A Study in the Zaporozhye Region,” Social Technologies, 27 (4, 2006), 376-386. (Co-authored.)(In Russian.)
  14. “An International Collaborative Educational Effort Between the University of Maryland, the University of Delaware and Zaporozhye National University,” Journal of Zaporozhye National University, (2, 2006), 171-174. (Co-authored.)
  15. “Canadian Abortion Policy: National Policy and the Impact of Federalism and Political Implementation on Access to Services,” Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 36 (4, 2006), 565-586.
  16. “Canadian Fiscal Federalism, Health Reform and the Case for Evidence-Based Health and Related-Social Care Services Policy,” Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of Social Work in Health and Mental Health, May 2004, Quebec City, Quebec. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: Laval University, 2005.
  17. “A Review Essay on Long-Term Care Policy Development in Industrial and Post/Industrial Nations,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 30 (August, 2005), 751-764.
  18. “The Use of Traditional Chinese Culture and Values in Social Work Health Care Related Interventions in Hong Kong,” Health and Social Work, 30 (February, 2005), 76-79. (Co-authored.)
  19. “Programs and Prospects for Long-Term Care Policy for Older Americans: Are There Lessons for Korea?” International Area Review, 7(1,2004), 3-18.
  20. “Canadian Fiscal Federalism, Regionalization,and the Development of Quebec’s Health Care Delivery System,” New Global Development: Journal of International and Comparative Social Welfare, 20(2,2004), 87-96.(Co-authored.)
  21. “Long-Term Care Policy for the Elderly in the Zaporozhye Region of Ukraine: A Case Study of Social Development Following the Collapse of Communism,” Journal of Aging and Social Policy,16 (3,2004), 71-91.(Co-authored.)
  22. “Pregnancy Outcomes and Maternal Health: A Case Study of Comprehensive Case Managed Services,” Journal of Health and Social Policy, 18(1,2004), 15-42. (Coauthored.)
  23. “Long-Term Care Policy: Developing a Continuum of Care for the Twenty-first Century,” Bulletin of the Northern Regions Research Center for Human Services Study (Sapporo, Japan),9 (2003),67-74.
  24. “The Federal Judiciary, the Supreme Court and the Issue of ‘Death with Dignity’ in the United States,” International Journal of the Humanities, 1(2003), 1109-1124.
  25. “Long-Term Care Policy for Older Americans: Building a Continuum of Care,” Journal of Health and Social Policy, 16(3, 2003), 7-18. This article is reprinted in The Elderly: Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care Policy. Edited by Martin Lyon Levine. Farnum, U.K.and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 2009, pp.355-366.