Dr. Daniel Chand
Ph.D. University of Arkansas
Areas of Specialization
- Interest Groups and Nonprofit advocacy
- Immigration policy
- Public/Nonprofit Management
Daniel E. Chand received his Ph.D. in Public Policy in the Policy Management specialization at the University of Arkansas and has a masters in Political Science with an emphasis in Community Development from Illinois State University. His primary areas of interests are nonprofit advocacy and management issues, policy evaluation, and policy implementation. He is currently researching the use of 501(c)(4)s and super PACs following the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. FEC (2010) ruling. He is also conducting a policy evaluation on local implementation of the federal immigration program Secure Communities.
Before earning his Ph.D., he designed and implemented community development projects and program evaluations in both the United States and abroad. From 2006 through 2008, he served as a Peace Corps volunteer in rural Zambia.
Dr. Chand has had multiple peer-review articles accepted on the political activities of interest groups and nonprofits, which have been published in journals such as Business and Politics and American Review of Politics. He has also published multiple articles on immigration enforcement, including an analysis of 287(g) and Secure Communities that was turned into a policy white paper by the Arkansas chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
- American National Government
- Interest Groups and Nonprofit Advocacy
- Graduate Research Methods
- Advance Methods and Policy Analysis
Dr. Chand's CV
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