Philosophy & Public Policy Quarterly

Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly publishes papers that address the normative and conceptual dimensions of important and timely issues in public policy. The Quarterly provides open access to current and archived issues.

At the present time, the journal is not accepting new submissions.


Vol 32, No 1 (2014)

The Spring 2014 issue of PPPQ features articles that examine a broad range of issues, including the role and intentions of NGOs, the impact of moral recognition in poverty indicators, theories of well-being, and a highly nuanced emerging field of study.

Table of Contents

Articles

Mollie Gerver
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Joy Gordon
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14-22
Neera Badhwar
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23-28
Peter Levine
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29-33

Covers

Front Cover
 
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1
Back Cover
 
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36
Front Cover
 
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Call for Papers

Call For Papers
 
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Full Issue

Philosophy & Public Policy Quarterly: Volume 32, Number 1 (Spring 2014)
 
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