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Public Policy (Section 4)

The Organized Section on Public Policy is committed to producing rigorous empirical and theoretical knowledge of the processes and products of governing and the application of that knowledge to critical policy issues.

Section Membership Dues

Student Regular
$8 $15
Founded: 1983
Website: connect.apsanet.org/s4/

Section Counts

Section Officers
Chair Jennifer Hayes Clark, University of Houston
Secretary/Treasurer Samuel Workman, University of Oklahoma
Chair-Elect Clayton Nall, University of California, Santa Barbara
2021 Annual Meeting
Division Chair
Clayton Nall, University of California, Santa Barbara
[email protected]
Council Daniel Galvin, Northwestern University
Jamila Michener, Cornell University
Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford
Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Columbia University
Marc Meredith, University of Pennsylvania
Susan Moffitt, Brown University
Peter Mortensen, Aarhus University

Saba Siddiki, Syracuse University
Daniel Galvin, Northwestern University
Jamila Michener, Cornell University
Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford
Alex Hertel-Fernandez, Columbia University

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Section Awards

Section awards are presented during the APSA annual meeting awards ceremony. To learn more about any award listed, contact the award committee chair for the award.

All section 04. Public Policy awards to-date »


Aaron Wildavsky Enduring Contribution Award

The Aaron Wildavsky Enduring Contribution Award is given for the best book or article published in the general area of public policy during the past twenty to thirty years. The book or article should have had a major impact on the field. This award carries a $500 prize. Deadline for nominations: TBA

Award Committee

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Best Comparative Policy Paper Award 

The Best Comparative Policy Paper Award recognizes a paper presented at the APSA Annual Conference which is of particular distinction in the area of comparative public policy. It is granted in collaboration with and sponsored by the International Comparative Policy Analysis Forum and the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. Following nomination or self-nomination the paper is reviewed by a joint APSA/JCPA adjudication committee. The winning author(s) are awarded the JCPA Best Comparative Paper Award. This award carries a prize of $500. The author is invited to submit the paper for publication consideration in the JCPA. Deadline for nominations: TBA

Award Committee

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Best Paper on Public Policy Award

The Best Paper on Public Policy Award recognizes the best paper on Public Policy given at the previous APSA Annual Meeting. This award carries a $500 prize. Deadline for nominations: TBA

Award Committee

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Excellence in Mentoring Award 

The Excellence in Mentoring Award has been established to recognize sustained efforts by a senior scholars to encourage and facilitate the career of emerging political scientists in the field of Public Policy. This award carries a $500 prize. Deadline for nominations: TBA

Award Committee

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Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best Article Award

The Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best Article Award is given to recognize an article of particular distinction published at any time in Policy Studies Journal. This award carries a prize of $500. Deadline for nominations: TBA

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Best Poster on Public Policy Award

The Best Poster on Public Policy Award is given for the best paper or poster presented at the poster session at the previous APSA meeting. This award carries a prize of $500. Deadline for nominations: TBA

Award Committee

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