Maine Policy Review publishes timely, independent, peer-reviewed analysis of public policy issues relevant to the state of Maine. The journal is published two times per year by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine. It is intended for a diverse audience, including state policymakers; government, business, and nonprofit leaders; students; and general readers with a broad interest in public policy.ISSN 1064-2587 (print) E-ISSN 2643-959X (online)
Current Issue: Volume 30, Issue 1 (2021)
American Democracy and Governance in a Polarized Era
History of Deer Herd Reduction for Tick Control on Maine’s Offshore Islands
Susan P. Elias, Benjamin B. Stone, Peter W. Rand, Charles B. Lubelczyk, and Robert P. Smith MD
Food Insecurity in Maine Higher Education
Kim K. McKeage, Frank S. Wertheim, Sally Slovenski, and Sumaya El-Khalidi
Gateway to Opportunity: A promising summer youth employment model to address local workforce needs
Nikki Williams and Susy Hawes
Building Solar Capacity in Maine: The Greater Bangor Solarize Case Study
Thomas Stone, Sharon J.W. Klein, and Kim K. McKeage
Changes to Maine Policy Review Online Edition.
Starting with volume 30, number 1, Maine Policy Review will start releasing articles incrementally, rather than waiting until we have a full issue's worth of material.
Printed copies will be available at the end of each calendar year.