This special issue considers the relationship of the life sciences to both public policy and public administration. This makes sense because the bureaucratic process and public administration are deeply involved in the policy process and the development of substantive public policy. The two subjects are intertwined. And a biological perspective can illuminate many aspects of both. That is the focus of this issue.
Introduction," Politics and the Life Sciences 38(2), 113-116, (12 May 2020). https://doi.org/10.1017/pls.2019.19