Berkeley Public Policy Journal

Berkeley Public Policy Journal

The Berkeley Public Policy Journal is a research journal and blog giving voice to the breadth and quality of policy work being done at the Goldman School. The print edition of the journal, published once per semester, is a forum for innovative and provocative public policy analysis and in-depth interviews with policy professionals. The online blog is a place where GSPP students, alumni, and outside contributors comment on opinions and information relevant to present day issues or enduring policy debates. 

Through both the published journal and the blog, BPPJ aims to engage readers in a public dialogue on current policy issues and reflect the diverse views of our students, faculty, and alumni. By publishing articles that critique, analyze, and provide recommendations on critical issues, the Journal serves as a connection between the GSPP curriculum and broader policy discussions. 

Contact Information

For more information, contact Henriette Ruhrmann and Joseph Monardo, Co-Editors-in-Chief.

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