We are proud to announce the publication of the Spring 2016 edition of the Public Policy and Governance Review. Political scientist Giovanni Sartori once claimed that “(h)e who knows only one country knows none”. Given the complexity of many contemporary policy challenges, it is almost impossible to make informed decisions without analyzing other regions. This spring’s edition takes this approach […]
The deadline for submitting to the Public Policy & Governance Review Spring 2016 Edition has been extended to Monday, March 7th at midnight. Visit the submissions page for more information.
The Public Policy and Governance Review is now accepting submissions for the Spring 2016 edition of the journal. Send us your book reviews, policy notes, and research papers on any domestic or international policy issue. Please visit the submissions page for more details, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions. Don’t miss this opportunity to be […]
The latest edition of the Public Policy and Governance Review is now out and available online for your reading pleasure. The defining image of 2015 was that of Alan Kurdi, a three-year-old Syrian boy, who, in his best attempts to flee violence in his home country, ended up lifeless on a beach in Turkey. The […]
The latest edition of the Public Policy and Governance Review is out now and available online for your reading pleasure. In the first four months of 2015, Canada’s public policy landscape has been brimming with controversy: from debates surrounding national security and religious rights to when, if ever, a federal budget will be introduced — all with […]
The latest edition of the Public Policy and Governance Review is out now and available online for your reading pleasure. Volume 6, Issue 1 of the Public Policy and Governance Review comes at an exciting time in the Canadian policy world. Recently contested electoral mandates in Ontario, technological advancements, and an upcoming federal election are […]