Given that we don't post very often, people who come to this page may have rightly concluded that we have lots of other things going on. Indeed. But we are, in fact, using Find Policy all the time for our own purposes. Right now we are working on an awareness campaign regarding agricultural insurance. So we need to understand what works in that field, and what doesn't. We don't want to reinvent the wheel, and when talking to the relevant government agency, we need to have a thorough understanding of the issue.
In such meetings it's beyond our control whether we are the smartest people in the room, and it's not our ambition in the first place. But it IS our ambition to be the best prepared people in the room, the ones that have done their homework.
Thus, the search:
The studies already give a great insight. Interested in other angles? Checkout the Public Policy search, focusing on big US think tanks. Tucked away under the More tab, there is search of all major donor agencies. Another set of rich pickings. And thus, in a few minutes, we have the information in hand to broadly understand the field, the major discussions, and be briefed up for our project.
Want to try it out? To search major development donors, for example, go here.