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New Jersey State Policy Lab Summer Internship

This guide is designed to help the NJ State Policy Lab interns at the Bloustein School complete their summer work.

Policy Analysis

Some of the sources you might want to use when analyzing public policy include newspaper articles, scholarly journal articles, oversight or implementation hearings, reports by think tanks or research centers, or government reports. 

Government Analysis/ Research Reports

Think Tanks, Policy Research Centers, etc.

A sampling...

Journal Articles

(A more complete list is here.) See the Getting the Article page of this guide for more info on searching for scholarly journal articles. 

Newspaper Databases

Public Opinion


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