Associate Editors

The Public Policy and Governance Review is dependent on the hard work of its dedicated editorial team.

These are our dedicated volunteers who edit article submissions, maintain our high editorial standards, and write many of our best articles. Associate editors are normally Year 1 Master of Public Policy students at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.

We are currently in the process of hiring the editorial team for 2018-2019. Check back later for more information!

The 2018-2019 Editors-in-Chief would like to extend a thank-you to the members 2017-2018 editorial team who have moved on to other activities this year:

  • Emily Burton-Brown
  • Joshua Johnson
  • Rachel Robinson
  • Nicole Winger
  • Cindy Liu (Brief Editor)
  • Katerina Stamadianos (Brief Editor)
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31 responses to “Associate Editors

  1. Pingback: PPGR Policy Brief- February 8, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  2. Pingback: Bridging Boundaries – February 15, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  3. Pingback: The Constant Gardiner – Infrastructure in Toronto & Canada – March 1st, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  4. Pingback: A Safe Place to Rest Your Head: Homelessness In Canada – March 15, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  5. Pingback: Policy Prescriptions: Health Policy in Canada – March 22, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  6. Pingback: What the Heck is a Supercluster?: PPGR’S 2017 Budget Brief – March 29, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  7. Pingback: A Commuter’s Dream? – October 4, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  8. Pingback: Canadian domestic and foreign policy news – October 11, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  9. Pingback: The Struggle for Equality – Women’s Rights and Women in Politics – October 18, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  10. Pingback: Trudeau, Two Years In – October 25, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  11. Pingback: Equality and equity – implications for future technologies – November 1, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  12. Pingback: Policy and the Law – November 8th, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  13. Pingback: Moving away from discriminatory public policy | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  14. Pingback: Policy and Civic Participation – November 22nd, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  15. Pingback: Upholding Human Rights Through Public Policy – November 29th, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  16. Pingback: Policy and Tech – December 6th, 2017 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  17. Pingback: Regulatory Costs and Benefits | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  18. Pingback: Ontario’s changing economy – January 10th 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  19. Pingback: Policy Conversations: Celebration, Caution and Backlash – January 24, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  20. Pingback: The affordable housing dilemma – January 31st, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  21. Pingback: Innovation and Policy – February 6, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  22. Pingback: What’s love got to do with it? – February 14, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  23. Pingback: Economic Relations in Canada and Beyond – February 21, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  24. Pingback: Affordable rental housing in Toronto – a pipe dream or soon-to-be reality? – February 28, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  25. Pingback: Policy, Tax, and You – Morning Brief, March 6, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  26. Pingback: Policy’s role in protecting minority and vulnerable populations – March 14, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  27. Pingback: Canadian Immigration Policy Examined  – Morning Brief March 21, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  28. Pingback: The road to Queen’s Park, and other election news – March 28, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  29. Pingback: Policy Holes, Fixes and Tools – April 4th, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  30. Pingback: Pan-Canadian Perspectives – April 11, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

  31. Pingback: The Persistence of Social Policy Issues – April 18, 2018 | The Public Policy & Governance Review·

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