Public Policy (U.S. & International)

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About the Public Policy (U.S. & International) collection

Public policy is, broadly speaking, the study of government programs, laws, and regulations. Public policy touches on all aspects of life including education, transportation, urban studies, climate and the environment, and more. It includes research into the primary resources of governments, like legislative histories of bills, reports, and other publications but also the analysis of the impact of government policies via news, scholarly research in academic journals and books, and policy research from non-governmental think tanks and research institutes. 

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