The Osgoode-York Working Paper Series in Policy Research publishes research that has been presented as part of the Osgoode-York Seminar Series in Policy Research, although authors who have not presented their work in the seminar series may still submit papers for consideration, provided that they relate to public policy themes, more broadly.
With the assistance of an editorial team and faculty experts, working papers undergo at least two stages in a peer-review process, and will be posted on the Osgoode-York Working Paper Series in Policy Research Web site as they become available. Authors are encouraged to submit their papers to YorkSpace as well as the Social Science Research Network for further online dissemination. Potential hard copy distribution of the Osgoode-York Working Paper Series in Policy Research is currently being explored. Click here to read abstracts and papers in the Osgoode-York Working Paper Series in Policy Research.
The York Centre for Public Policy & Law was established in 2008 to foster and facilitate collaborative interdisciplinary research in the field of public policy and law among York University's faculty and students. The centre works to fulfil the research needs of the broader community, in particular the needs of government and public policy-makers, non-governmental organizations and social movements in Canada. The centre has its origins in the York University Centre for Public Law & Public Policy, which was established at Osgoode Hall Law School more than 20 years ago.
For further information, visit the Osgoode-York Seminar Series in Policy Research Web site, or contact editor-in-chief Jennifer Dalton in the York Centre for Public Policy & Law, 604 York Research Tower on York's Keele campus.
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