Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

An intrinsic case study of the 113th Congressional Session House General Aviation Caucus
by Dezevallos, Shelly Lesikar, Ed.D., Oklahoma State University, 2015, 132; 10009734
Abstract (Summary)

This research examined the House General Aviation Caucus during the 113 th Congressional Session. Caucuses, or Congressional Member Organizations (CMOs) have been shown to indirectly impact the legislative process. This research specifically examines the operations of the House General Aviation Caucus, its impact in Congress, and its impact on the general aviation industry. Data included interviews of House General Aviation Caucus members and general aviation industry leaders. The outcomes of the research confirm the positive impact of the caucus in Congress and in the industry.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Marks, Steve
Commitee: Ausburn, Lynna, Bliss, Timm, Hanson, Frederick
School: Oklahoma State University
Department: Aviation & Space Science
School Location: United States -- Oklahoma
Source: DAI-A 77/06(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Political science, Public policy
Keywords: Caucus, Congressional caucus, General aviation, General aviation caucus
Publication Number: 10009734
ISBN: 9781339461601
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