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Maine Policy Review’s Special Issue on Leadership Available

It is with great pleasure that we bring you this special Maine Policy Review issue on leadership. Over a year in the making, this issue captures the broad array of work on leadership in Maine, exciting work that continues to build Maine’s national visibility in the leadership arena. It is no coincidence that we are […]

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Maine Policy Review article cited in Sun Journal op-ed

In an op-ed in the Sun Journal, Reps. Jared Golden and Jim Handy call for measures to reduce childhood exposure to lead, drawing on research published in Maine Policy Review. The article by Mary Davis, “Economic Assessment of Children’s Health and the Environment in Maine of Tufts University,” was published in 2010 in Maine Policy […]

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Maine Policy Review Special Issue on Citizen Science

The Fall 2017 issue of Maine Policy Review (MPR, vol. 26, no. 1) is a special issue on citizen science in Maine. Citizen science initiatives are rapidly growing in number and popularity around the world, and Maine is a leader in this approach to science. In the Margaret Chase Smith Essay, Ted Ames shares his […]

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Maine Policy Review author interviewed by Maine Public

Ron Deprez, author of “Population Health Improvement: It’s Up to the Community—Not the Healthcare System,” which appeared in the last issue of Maine Policy Review, discussed his research with Irwin Gratz of Maine Public. You can listen an excerpt of the interview here. Deprez, president of the Public Health Research Institute (Deer Isle, Maine) and […]

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New Issue of Maine Policy Review

The latest issue of Maine Policy Review is now available for download on Digital Commons. MPR Volume 25, number 2, features an essay from Maine Sen. Angus King on climate change and articles on  topics of healthcare, bond referenda, international trade, and municipal waste reduction. Commentaries address the Arctic Council, the presidential election, and financial literacy. This […]

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New Issue of Maine Policy Review

The latest issue of Maine Policy Review is now available on Digital Commons. Volume 25, number 1, features articles and commentaries on topics of waste management in Maine, immigration and demographic changes, drug-induced mortality in the state, the proposed park in Maine’s north woods, and community development. This issue also includes the 2015 Margaret Chase Smith Library high school essay contest […]

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Maine Winter Roads: Salt, Safety, Environment and Cost – Final Report

This report presents the results of a project by a research team from the University of Maine, in cooperation with the Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT), to examine the use of salts, equipment and personnel to control snow and ice on winter roads in Maine. The goal is to develop a common understanding among Maine […]

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