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Public Administration: Books

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ProQuest Ebook Central
Over 9,400 ebooks on Political Science, owned and subscribed to by our library. Includes Public Affairs & Administration, Public Policy, etc.

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InterLibrary Loan (ILL)
We will borrow it for you from other libraries. Generally, it takes around 3 weeks to arrive.

Reciprocal Borrowing
You may visit other libraries for onsite borrowing via METRO, VALENJ, and Jesuit Library Passport.

Print Books

Books on Public Administration are arranged on the 2nd floor of the O'Toole Library.

You can browse the shelves, or more efficiently, search in our library catalog and then use the call number to locate the book from shelves.

JF -- Political institutions and public administration

JF20-1177       General. Comparative government

JF1338-2112  Public administration

JJ -- Political institutions and public administration (North America)

JK -- Political institutions and public administration (United States)

JL -- Political institutions and public administration (Canada, Latin America, etc.)

JN -- Political institutions and public administration (Europe)

JQ -- Political institutions and public administration (Asia, Africa, Australia, Pacific Area, etc.)

Reference works, like encyclopedias, dictionaries and handbooks, are located in the ReadyRef area, on the 1st floor of the O'Toole Library.

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