Gitterman, Daniel P. and Britto, Neil, eds. 2021. The Intersector: How the Public, Nonprofit, and Private Sectors Can Address America’s Challenges. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
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Gitterman, Daniel P. 2017. Calling the Shots: The President, Executive Orders, and Public Policy. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
Book Review of Calling the Shots:
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Gitterman, Daniel P. 2010. Boosting Paychecks: The Politics of Supporting America’s Working Poor. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
Related Press for Boosting Paychecks
Book Reviews of Boosting Paychecks
Paden, Catherine (2013). Review of Daniel P. Gitterman “Boosting Paychecks: The Politics of Supporting America’s Working Poor,” Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 1, Iss. 01.
Bertaux, Nancy E. (2012). Review of Daniel P. Gitterman, “Boosting Paychecks: The Politics of Supporting America’s Working Poor,” Review of Social Economy, 70:1.
Skidmore, Max J. (2011). “Assisting the Working Poor in the USA,” Poverty & Public Policy: Vol. 3: Iss. 3, Article 12.
Ridzi, Frank (2011). Review of Daniel P. Gitterman “Boosting Paychecks: The Politics of Supporting America’s Working Poor,” Journal of Social Policy, 40.
Kriz, Katrin, Wicks-Lim, Jeannette, Morris, Andrew and Osgood, Aurea K. (2010). ‘Book Reviews,’ Journal of Children and Poverty, 16:2.
Gitterman, Daniel P. and Peter Coclanis. 2011. A Way Forward: Building a Globally Competitive South. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press (E-book and hardcopy).
Gitterman, Daniel P.; Langford, W. Scott; Hay Jr, William W. 2018 “The uncertain fate of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) pediatric research portfolio”, Pediatric Research, Epub ahead of print.
Gitterman, Daniel P.; Langford, W. Scott; Hay Jr, William W. 2018 “The Fragile State of the National Institutes of Health Pediatric Research Portfolio, 1992-2015 Doing More With Less?”, JAMA Pediatrics, published online January 16, 2018.
Gitterman, D. P., Moulton, J. G., Bono-Lunn, D. and Chrisco, L. 2015 “Can ‘Some College’ Help Reduce Future Earnings Inequality?”, Peabody Journal of Education Vol. 90, issue 5, 636-658.
Gitterman, Daniel P. 2014 “The Politics of Supporting Low Wage Workers and Families”. Oxford Handbook of U.S. Social Policy.
Gitterman, D.P. 2013. “The American Presidency and the Power of the Purchaser,” Presidential Studies Quarterly Vol. 43, Issue 2 (May) (lead article).
Gitterman, D.P. 2013. “Remaking a Bargain: The Political Logic of the Minimum Wage in the United States,” Poverty & Public Policy: A Global Journal of Social Security, Income, Aid and Welfare Vol. 5, Issue (1).
Gitterman, D.P. 2012. “Making the New Deal Stick? The Minimum Wage and American Political History,” Journal of the Historical Society Vol. 12, no.1 (March).
Gitterman, D.P. and J.C. Scott. 2011. “Obama Lies, Grandma Dies: The Uncertain Politics of Medicare and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law June; 36(3), 555-63 (Top 10 JHPPL most read 2011-12).
Gitterman, D.P., Gorham, L.S., Dorrance, J.L. 2008. “Expanding the EITC for Single Workers and Couples without Children,” Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy Volume XV, Number 2 (Fall).
Gitterman, D.P. and W.H Hay, Jr. 2008. “That Sinking Feeling, Again? The State of NIH Pediatric Research Spending, FY 1992-2010,” Pediatric Research 64 (5): 462.
Gitterman, D. P., R. S. Greenwood, K.C. Kocis, B.R. Mayes, and A.N. McKethan. 2004. “Did a Rising Tide Lift All Boats? The NIH’s Budget and Pediatric Research Portfolio.” Health Affairs 23 (5): 113–24.
Gitterman, D. P., B. Weiner, M. E. Domino, A. McKethan, A. Enthoven. 2003. “The Rise and Fall of a Kaiser Permanente Expansion Region.” Milbank Quarterly 81 (4): 567–601.
Gitterman, D. P. 2003. “European Integration and Labor Market Cooperation: A Comparative Regional Perspective.” Journal of European Social Policy 13 (2): 99–120.
Blendon, R. J. (with D. P. Gitterman). 1997. “Bridging the Gap between the Public’s and the Economists’ Views of the Economy.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 11 (3): 105–18.