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Maine Policy Review 20th anniversary artwork compiling 12 previous journal covers, including Senator Margaret Chase Smith, an eagle, large apple on a desk, the American flag with a crane removing the stars, and a fist holding a pen and paper.

Maine Policy Review Groundbreaking Research Credited on Maine Public

A recent article published in Maine Policy Review, “Roles for Maine’s Physicians in the Climate Crisis,” was credited on Maine Public for authors Gail L. Carlson’s and Megan Andersen’s groundbreaking research on Maine physicians, health risks of climate change, and patient awareness. The authors surveyed physicians in Maine about climate change and health, and of […]

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Maine Policy Review panelists Robin Alden, James Wilson, Bill Zoellick, and Robert Shetterly at MPR's special event.

Maine Policy Review Celebration: Special Issue, Our Shared Ocean

On May 18th, Maine Policy Review hosted an afternoon with Robin Alden, James Wilson, Bill Zoellick, and Robert Shetterly, to celebrate MPR’s special issue Our Shared Ocean at Blue Hill Public Library. The event fostered dialogue and offered attendees practical information to use in their towns, which was informed by cutting-edge research.

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Maine Policy Review 20th anniversary artwork compiling 12 previous journal covers, including Senator Margaret Chase Smith, an eagle, large apple on a desk, the American flag with a crane removing the stars, and a fist holding a pen and paper.

Maine Policy Review 33(1): 3 New Articles Available Now

ORONO, Maine – Maine Policy Review, a leading peer-reviewed journal focusing on policy analysis and research in Maine, is excited to announce the release of 3 new articles in Volume 33, Issue 1: an essay containing a proposed new paradigm to rejuvenate our society, rebuild trust in our government, and renew pride in our country, […]

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Call for Submissions: Special Issue on Maine Libraries

It is with great pleasure that the editors of Maine Policy Review announce a call for submissions for a special issue devoted to identifying and exploring the complex challenges surrounding Maine libraries. We hope to explore internal and external threats and opportunities to library services along with policy actions and innovations affecting libraries. Because of the nationwide […]

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MPR cropped cover of Volume 32 Number 2. Artist sitting in water painting on canvas sitting on easel as a wave crashes over them.

Maine Policy Review 32(2) Special Issue: “Our Shared Ocean” Available Now

Maine Policy Review, a leading peer-reviewed journal focusing on policy analysis and research in Maine, is excited to announce the release of Our Shared Ocean, a Maine Policy Review special issue. This issue brings together a remarkable set of authors to provide many different perspectives on policy issues related to the ocean.  Our Shared Ocean is the largest […]

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Cover of the Maine Policy Review. Artist rendition of a young child drinking clean water from a faucet.

Maine Policy Review Volume 32, Number 1, Available Now

Maine Policy Review, a leading publication focusing on policy analysis and research in Maine, is excited to announce the availability of Vol. 32, No. 1, on MPR’s Digital Commons site. Print copies have been mailed to subscribers. Vol. 32, No. 1, starts off with the Margaret Chase Smith essay by Richard Judd, which offers a history of Maine’s conservation […]

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Maine Policy Review 20th anniversary artwork compiling 12 previous journal covers, including Senator Margaret Chase Smith, an eagle, large apple on a desk, the American flag with a crane removing the stars, and a fist holding a pen and paper.

Special Issue on Maine’s Share Ocean—Call for Submissions

It is with great pleasure that Maine Policy Review Editors announce a call for submissions for a special issue devoted to identifying and exploring the complex issues about the ocean and coastline that will affect Maine’s future. This special issue, “Our Shared Ocean” is important and timely because of external threats, competing interests, shifting uses, policy […]

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Maine Policy Review cover depicting an the word COVID with the "o" as a surprised face

Maine Policy Review, Volume 31, Numbers 1-2, Available

Maine Policy Review, Vol. 31, Nos. 1-2, is now available on MPR’s Digital Commons site. Print copies will be mailed to subscribers in late February. A brief look at the content of this issue is available on MPR’s website. Vol. 31, Nos. 1-2, starts off with the Margaret Chase Smith essay by Anna Kellar, which […]

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Maine Policy Review 20th anniversary artwork compiling 12 previous journal covers, including Senator Margaret Chase Smith, an eagle, large apple on a desk, the American flag with a crane removing the stars, and a fist holding a pen and paper.

Call for Submissions for MPR’s Special Issue on COVID-19 Pandemic in Maine

Maine Policy Review is planning a special issue that will examine Maine’s experience of, and response to, the COVID-19 pandemic with an emphasis on information that might prove useful to Maine policymakers. The scope of potential topics is large and includes, but is in no way limited to, the following: economic impacts including effects on […]

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