Adrienne Edisis

Assistant Professor, Center for Public Administration & Policy (CPAP)
Adrienne Edisis
900 N. Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22203
  • Ph.D., Public Policy and Public Administration, George Washington University
  • M.P.P., Harvard University
  • B.A., Anthropology and Economics (Summa cum Laude), Amherst College
  • Labor Policy / Job quality / Future of work
  • Regional economic development
  • Policy analysis
  • Research methods
  • PAPA 6514: Public Administration and Policy Inquiry
  • PAPA 6224: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Public Policy and Programs
  • PAPA 6214: Public Policy Processes and Analytical Approaches
  • PAPA 5904: Project and Report
  • “Implications of ‘Injury Tax’ Incentives: Workers' Compensation Claims by Temporary Help Services Workers and Traditional Employees,” 2018 LERA (Labor and Employment Relations Association) Best Paper.
  • “Workers Compensation: More than Moral Hazard at Work,” U.S. Department of Labor Scholars Program, U.S. Department of Labor. June 2017.
  • “The Effect of Unemployment Insurance on Temporary Help Services Employment.” Journal of Labor Research (2016) 37: 484.
  • “Responding to Manufacturing Job Loss: What Can Economic Development Policy Do?” The Brookings Institution. June 2011. Co-authored with P. Atkins, H. Wolman, et al.
  • “Global Activities by U.S. States: Findings of a Survey of State Government International Affairs.” U.S. Agency for International Development. July 2008.
  • Labor Policy Effects on Job Quality
  • Labor Policy for Nonstandard Work
  • Communicating Evidence for Policy-Making
  • Climate Change, Water Policy, and Citizen Engagement