Cornell Policy Review

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Cornell Policy Review  
Cornell Policy Review Cover, Volume 2.tif
Former names
The Current
Discipline Public policy
Language English
Edited by Sarah Joseph Kurien
Publication details
Frequency Biannually

The Cornell Policy Review is an annual academic journal published by the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs and edited and run by the program's students. It was originally published biannually, but switched to annual during the 2013-14 academic year. Formerly known as The Current, the journal publishes articles, commentaries, and interviews relating to public policy. The current editor-in-chief is Sarah Joseph Kurien. The journal launched a blog in fall 2013.[1][2]


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