Langsdale Library has several subject specific databases that could be good sources of policy analysis articles.
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Subject Specific Databases containg policy analyses
Langsdale LIbrary has several databases that provide extensive background information on an issue, policy or piece of legislation. Sometimes you will find an alaysis of a policy here as well, but most often you might find a reference to a policy aalysis or names of specific laws or policies that can be used as search terms in the databases listed above.
Numerous organizations provide analytic reports on a variety of issues and policies. Several government agencies produce reports, many of which are analyses of a policy or law, but there are also several prominent organizations that publish their own reports. Many of these organizations have a specific agenda or point of view that they want to promote, so you might notice a certain bias in the approach some of these analyses might take. This does not have to mean the reports are bad, but you should think critically about them. Some private organizations and government agencies perform analysis that strive to be neutral, although there are some that would question their objectivity as well.
Some notable policy organizations