Washington, DC (October 23, 2023) – The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) is pleased to release Volume 23, Issue 01, the 2023 standard summer issue of the journal.
“This journal issue features articles which supply robust and insightful analyses on a wide variety of relevant, impactful policy issues, ranging from maternal mental health care to bolstering the bioeconomy workforce through improvements in experiential learning. I am proud of the effort and contributions supplied by both authors and editors alike,” said Dilara Kiran, JSPG Assistant Editor-in-Chief. “The summer standard issues at JSPG showcase the incredible breadth of science policy, and this issue is no exception. These ten articles highlight several key areas where science can have an impact in policy or daily life. I’m very proud of the work our authors, editors, and staff have put in to make this issue a success,” said Andy Sanchez, JSPG Editor-in-Chief.
The summer standard issue includes ten articles addressing a range of topics, including access to drinkable water for the unhoused, reducing harmful algal blooms in the U.S. Great Lakes, climate change induced migration, marine management, clinical trial data transparency, reproductive equity, and setting a path forward for U.S. low earth orbit activities.
“On behalf of the journal, we are proud to showcase the work and ingenuity of 34 international authors in this issue, targeting critical and timely matters from space policy to medical regulations to human rights and more. Articles extend the research-to-action pipeline a step further with evidence-based analyses and recommendations around challenges from the state to global level, leveraging vantage points from academic, nonprofit, private, and public sectors. As ever, the diversity of our authors’ perspectives strengthens the concepts highlighted in this issue and advances policy conversations toward sustainable and equitable solutions.” said Julianne McCall, JSPG CEO & Managing Publisher.
The Journal of Science Policy & Governance is an open-access peer-reviewed publication dedicated to elevating students, post-docs, policy fellows and young scholars in science, technology, and innovation policy and governance worldwide. JSPG publishes articles for audiences in policymaking settings. Since 2011, JSPG has served as a publication and training platform for students and early career professionals to orient their scientific approach toward issues in science policy. Visit sciencepolicyjournal.org and follow on social media (LinkedIn and X).