About the Review
The newly-established USC Policy, Planning, and Development Review is committed to publishing public policy, public administration, health policy and management, urban planning, and real estate development-related articles that contribute both to the academic dialogue and betterment of society.
Launched in spring 2010, the Review is the first-ever student-adjudicated journal of the School of Policy, Planning and Development (USC Price) at the University of Southern California. The editorial board comprises current graduate students who operate under the auspices of USC Price faculty.
Written and submitted by graduate students in the Price School of Public Policy, the journal’s articles are selected for their topical and stylistic merit. Issues include public policy, public administration, health administration, planning, economic development, to name a few, and range in scope from the local to the global.
A formal call for articles with submission criteria is announced in the fall with a deadline for submissions in the following January. The online USC Policy, Planning, and Development Review has been published during the spring semester of the same year.
The views expressed in the USC Policy, Planning and Development Review are that of the authors only and do not reflect the opinions of the Price School of Public Policy.