To Find Articles:
OneSearch (listed above) is a great place to start your research. However, you may also need to use library databases. Our Databases page makes recommendations by subject. Public Policy is interdisciplinary by nature, so consider other related subjects and use Browse by Subject for database recommendations.
Recommended library databases include:
Academic Search Complete: a multi-disciplinary database containing a mix of academic journals and magazines, including The Economist.
PAIS International and Archive: Has both international and domestic articles on policy
Worldwide Political Science Abstracts: Abstracts and indexes from international political science serials, 1975 to present.
You can think of Google Scholar as a search engine (like Google) for scholarly articles and books.
You can access Google Scholar at scholar.google.com. If you're not finding what you want, try Advanced Search (click the small down arrow in the right-hand side of the search box).
While Google Scholar doesn't replace our own library databases, Google Scholar is helpful -- particularly for tracking down partial citations or to see how often (or where) a given article has been cited. Link Google Scholar to the Hunter Library for all of your home devices. This will enable you to see full text of all articles for which Hunter has a subscription. Instructions