Public policy research and analysis is often the province of non-profit research organizations known as think tanks. These are also great places for topic development as well as research to support your thesis. Listed here are a few of the top think tanks.
Once you have found articles you want to read, the button provides a quick way to find any available online full-text copies or request electronic copies through Interlibrary Loan.
Step 1: first looks for any full text of your article that is available in the library's online resources. If it finds full text it will take you to a page where you can open the full text as either html or pdf.
Step 2: If the library doesn't have electronic access to the article you need, you can request a copy through Resource Sharing. Simply click on the "Request Item" button located towards the bottom of the record. Within a few days, you will receive an email from the library with a link to a downloadable copy of the article you requested.
Subject Headings are a "Controlled Vocabulary" that help you find all the books on a particular subject. If you find a relevant subject heading for your research topic in our catalog, you can also use it in many indexed databases (e.g., Academic Search) to find journal articles.
See the list below for some examples of subject headings related to this course. Search Blais (see box to the left) for other subjects not listed here.
HINT: If you see a good subject heading on a topic, try adding the name of the country you are researching.