Nagel, Stuart

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NAGEL, Stuart

NAGEL, Stuart. American, b. 1934. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Information science/Computers, Law, Politics/Government, Public/Social administration. Career: Professor of Political Science, University of Illinois, Urbana, 1969- (Assistant Professor, 1962-65; Associate Professor, 1966-68). Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto, CA, 1964-65; Sr. Scholar, East-West Center, Honolulu, 1965; Assistant Counsel, U.S. Senate Subcttee. on Administration Practice and Procedure, 1966; Russell Sage Fellow in Law and Social Science, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, 1970-71; Visiting Fellow, National Institute for Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, U.S. Dept. of Justice, 1974-75. Publications: The Legal Process from a Behavioral Perspective, 1969; Improving the Legal Process: Effects of Alternatives, 1975; (with others) Legal Policy Analysis, 1977; (with others) The Legal Process, 1977; (with others) Policy Analysis and Social Science Research, 1979; (with others) Decision Theory and the Legal Process, 1979; Contemporary Public Policy Analysis, 1984; Public Policy, 1984; Public Policy Analysis and Management, 1986; Causation, Production, and Legal Analysis, 1986; Law Policy and Optimizing Analysis, 1986; Microcomputers as Decision Aids in Law Practice, 1987; Higher Goals for America, 1988; Policy Studies, 1988; Legal Decision- Making and Microcomputers, 1988; Evaluation Analysis with Microcomputers, 1989; Decision-Aiding Software for Legal Decision-Making, 1989; Social Science, Law, and Public Policy, 1990; Teach Yourself Decision- Aiding Software, 1991; Policy Analysis Methods and Super-Optimum Solutions, 1991; Public Policy Substance and Super-Optimum Solutions, 1991; Legal Scholarship and Microcomputers, 1991; Legal Process Controversies and Super-Optimum Solutions, 1991; Judicial Decision-Making and Decision-Aiding Software, 1991; Evaluative and Explanatory Reasoning, 1991; Developing Nations and Super-Optimum Policy Analysis, 1991; Computer-Aided Judicial Analysis, 1992; Professional Developments in Policy Studies, 1993; Policy Analysis Methods, Process, and Super-Optimum Solutions, 1993; The Policy Process and Super-Optimum Solutions, 1994; The Super-Optimum Society, 1996; Social Policy to Promote Merit Treatment, 1997; Legal Policy Issues, 1998; Creativity in Public Policy, 1999; SuperOptiminzing Examples, 2000. EDITOR: The Rights of the Accused in the Law and Action, 1972; Law and Social Change, 1973; Environmental Politics, 1974; Policy Studies in America and Elsewhere, 1975; Policy Studies and the Social Sciences, 1975; Modeling the Criminal Justice System, 1977; Policy Studies Review Annual, 1977; Improving Policy Analysis, 1980; Policy Studies Handbook, 1980; Policy Evaluation, 1982; The Political Science of Criminal Justice, 1982; Encyclopedia of Policy Studies, 1982, 2nd ed., 1993; The Policy Studies Field, 1984; Productivity and Public Policy, 1984; Law and Policy Studies, 1987; Public Administration and Decision-Aiding Software, 1990; Policy Theory and Policy Evaluation, 1990; Policy Studies in Developing Nations, annual, 1991-; Law, Decision-Making, and Microcomputers, 1991; Decision-Aiding Software and Decision Analysis, 1991; Systematic Analysis in Dispute Resolution, 1991; Public Administration, Public Policy and the People's Republic of China, 1991; Applications of Super-Optimum Solutions, 1991; Applications of Decision-Aiding Software, 1991; Advances in Developmental Policy Studies, annual, 1993-; Computer-Aided Decision Analysis, 1993; Resolving International Disputes through Win-Win or SOS Solutions, 1993; Global Policy Studies, 1991; Regional Development and Public Policy: Africa, Asia, East Europe, and Latin America, 1993; Political Reform and Developing Nations, 1995; Policy Studies Index, 2nd ed., 1995; Applications of Super-Optimizing Analysis, 1996; Resolving International Disputes through Super-Optimum Solutions, 1996; Creativity, 1996; Global Public Policy, 1998; History and Public Policy, 1998; International Policy Studies, 1998; Environmental Policy, 1999; WinWin Cast Studies, 1999; The Substance of Public Policy, 1999; The Policy Process, 1999; Teaching Public Administration, 1999; Training Public Administrators around the World; CrossNational Issues, 1999; Toward Democracy, 1999; Toward Prosperity, 1999; Toward World Peace, 1999. Address: 361 Lincoln Hall, Political Science Dept, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]