The Journal

Carleton Perspectives on Public Policy is an annual student-run, peer-reviewed journal that showcases the unique perspectives and original arguments of graduate students in the School of Public Policy and Administration on a range of contemporary public policy issues relevant to Canada.

The latest digital version of the journal was released in September 2016 and highlights student work on policy issues including food security in the north, sex work regulations, fossil fuel divestment, and tailings management.