PolicyArchive's Research Collections have been developed to focus in on certain areas of foundation-funded research. Each collection takes you into a section of PolicyArchive that is designated for a foundation to highlight some of its grantees' specialized fields of research.
The Berman Jewish Policy Archive at NYU Wagner School of Public Policy contains research pertaining to Jewish communal policy. The BJPA collection seeks to be the central home for all those interested in Jewish communal policy, stimulating debate and discussion on critical issues. It is funded by the Mandell L. and Madeleine H. Berman Foundation and the Charles H. Revson Foundation.
CGS, a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1983, creates innovative political and media solutions to help individuals participate more effectively in their communities and governments. CGS is unique in its ability to combine several areas of expertise to: convene relevant stakeholders; conduct research and policy analysis; achieve consensus among diverse groups; and effectively use technology to gather, present and disseminate the information to a wide audience.
The MacArthur Foundation has a long history of supporting research, and we are pleased that users will be able to access this extensive body of work through the MacArthur Research Directory on PolicyArchive. Documents in this directory span a wide range of subjects, and include both policy and academic research arising from the Foundation.s grant making strategies and research networks.
The Markle Foundation Special Collection concentrates on research relating to the intersection of privacy and information exchange within the policymaking landscape. Covering topics as far-ranging as health, education and national security, the documents in this collection concentrate on the use of networked information to address public needs.