Looking for a few excellent starting points when researching in public administration? Try these databases (be sure to visit this guide's More PA Databases page, and buttons on this guide's menu bar, for additional options):
Public Administration Abstracts (Ebsco)
PAIS International (Proquest)
Sage Knowledge (eBook collection)
iPOLL Databank (Roper Center for Public Opinion Research)
eBook Collection (Ebsco)
Business Expert Press (eBook collection)
U.S. Political Stats (Sage)
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