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Public Agenda Online
Offers a nonpartisan briefing on policy and polling including red flags where poll results may be misleading plus a digest of news, legislation, studies, and research sources.
American Talk Issues: Polling
Provides information about public interest polling and its relation to public opinion. Includes information about the book "Locating Consensus for Democracy" by Alan F. Kay.
The Electronic Hallway
Offers teaching cases, exercises, role-plays, teaching workshops, and curriculum planning resources to faculty focusing on public administration and public policy.
The H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management Web Site
The Heinz School curriculum focuses on areas that included quantitative analysis, modeling, conomics and statistics.
History and Policy
National platform to offer insights from recent historical research to assist policy makers and advisers. Contains several scholarly papers on the subject.
Introduction to Social Policy
Social Policy is the study of the welfare state, and the range of responses to social need. This is a brief introduction to the subject.
Issues in Science & Technology
A publication of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Cecil and Ida Green Center for the Study of Science and Society at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Pepperdine University School of Public Policy
Information on the Masters in Public Policy program, educational conferences, research, students, admissions, financial aid, faculty members, and research fellows. Online application.
Extensive database of think tank and academic papers on social, economic, and foreign policy from around the world. Also provides information about policy jobs, courses, research resources, and events.
Research Forum on Children, Families, and the New Federalism
Encourages collaborative research and informed policy on welfare reform and child well-being. Research projects, key topics, publications and links.
The Robertson School of Government
Seeks to restore our nation's Judeo-Christian heritage, to renew the traditional values of citizenship in the public affairs of the United States. Leadership and policy issues are rigorously analyzed from various academic perspectives in a broad, multidisciplinary endeavor.
Sanford School of Public Policy
Dedicated to educating tomorrow's leaders and improving the quality of public policymaking. Includes information about graduate and undergraduate programs, research and alumni.
Researches the global public's attitudes on international issues by conducting single- and multi-country polls.
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