The Department of Public Policy was originally combined with the Department of Science, Technology, and Society to form the Department of Science, Technology, and Society/Public Policy. The departments were split into individual departments as of October 1, 2013.

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Documents from 2016

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Policy Recommendations for Economically and Socially Valuable Asteroid Mineral Resource Exploitation Activities, Anthony Hennig

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Technological, Policy, and Organizational Issues in the Response to Biological Emergency Incidents in the US Food Supply, Kristina J. Owens

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Neighborhood Transformation: The South Wedge Exploring Gentrification and the Impacts of Displacement, Emily Royce

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Energy Savings and Marginal Emissions Factor Approach to Emissions Reductions from Household Appliance Efficiency Improvements, Courtney N. Smith

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A Qualitative Analysis of Effectiveness, Efficiency and Equity of Payment for Ecosystem Services in a User-financed and a Government-financed Program, Tanya Williams

Documents from 2015

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Grid parity analysis of stand-alone hybrid microgrids: A comparative study of Germany, Pakistan, South Africa and the United States, Jawad M. Siddiqui

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Direct E-Democracy and Political Party Websites: In the United States and Sweden, Kirk M. Winans

Documents from 2014

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Capturing the Effects of Public Opinion Polls on Voter Support in the NY 25th Congressional Election, Heather Knappen

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Probability of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Commercialization as a result of Participating in the Navy's Transition Assistance Program, Erick W. Littleford