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JAMES D. SAVAG

Prof. JAMES D. SAVAG

University of Virginia, USA

Professor


Email: jds2y@Virginia.edu


Qualifications

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, Political Science
M.Sc., University of California, Berkeley, Economics

B.Sc., University of California, Riverside, Psychology


PUBLICATIONS

  1. “Budgeting: Political Science Aspects,” inInternational Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2ndEdition. James Wright, ed. (Oxford:Elsevier, Ltd., Forthcoming).
  2. Transparency: The Key to Better Governance?Christopher Hood and David Heald, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), 145-164.
  3. "The Origins of Budgetary Preferences: The Dodge Line and the Balanced BudgetNorm in Japan," Administration & Society, 34 (July 2002) 3: 261-284.
  4. "Twenty Years Later: The Rise of Academic Earmarking and Its Effect on Academic Science,"in AAAS Science and Technology Policy Yearbook, 2002. Albert H. Teich, Stephen D. Nelson, Stephen J. Lita, eds. (Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2002), 97-103.
  5. Decade of Deficits and Debt: Japanese Fiscal Policy and the Rise and Fall of the Fiscal Structural Reform Act of 1997, Public Budgeting & Finance, 20 (Spring 2000) 1: 55-84.
  6. "The Origins of the Balanced Budget Idea in American Politics," inThe Budget Deficitand the National Debt.Kenneth W. Thompson, ed. (Lanham, MD: University Press of America 1997), 67-82.
  7. "Where's the Pork? To Root It Out We Must Begin with a Strict Definition of What IsUnacceptable," Issues in Science and Technology, 9 (April 1993) 3: 21-27.
  8. "Saints and Cardinals in Appropriations Committees and the Fight Against DistributivePolitics," Legislative Studies Quarterly, 16 (August 1991) 3: 329-347.
  9. "Political Conflict in Post-Industrial Society:Post-Materialism of the Left and Right, Comparative Political Studies, 17 (January, 1985) 1: 431-451.

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