Imagined and created by students and faculty of the LSE’s Institute of Public Affairs, ‘The Public Sphere’ seeks to present a platform for graduate students to actively contribute to global debates on contemporary policy issues - at the very heart of the idea of the LSE. This student driven initiative brings together diverse academic, research and applied work in policy analysis across the streams of Public Administration at the LSE - Social Policy, Economic Policy, Management, European Policy and International Development.
The journal, now in its second year, is published on an annual basis and presents quality papers written, reviewed and edited by students of the LSE’s Master of Public Administration programme. It showcases the academic excellence and diversity across LSE’s Institute of Public Affairs. The theme of the current issue is ‘Crossroads’.