Susan V. Mangold on Following the Money: The Impact of State and Local Funding Strategies on Child Welfare Policies
By University at Buffalo Law School
Welcome to UBLaw Conversations, a production of University at Buffalo
Law School and the Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy. Today is
February 17, 2009, and I'm James Milles, Professor of Law.
Our guest today is Professor Susan V. Mangold
of the University at Buffalo Law School. Professor Mangold has been
conducting a large-scale research project looking at the wide diversity
of funding strategies for child welfare programs at the state and local
level, and how funding affects policies and outcomes. Professor Mangold
is interviewed here by UB Law Professor Rick Su.
Thank you for joining us today. The theme music is "Brazilian Nights" by Jack Jezzro, and is available through the Podsafe Music Network. Please join us again next time for another conversation from University at Buffalo Law School.
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