Publishing disseminates the work of IGS, bringing ideas and events to a wider public audience.

The Berkeley Public Policy Press, the Institute’s publishing imprint, publishes books and monographs that enrich the public debate. With an emphasis on California politics and on materials that can be adopted for classroom use, the Press helps to educate the next generation of California leaders. 

Recent titles include California Votes: The 2010 Governor’s Race; California in the Balance: Why Budgets Matter; After the Tax Revolt: California’s Proposition 13 Turns 30; California’s Golden Years: When Government Worked and Why; and The People’s University: A History of the California State University.

Our electronic journal, The California Journal of Politics and Policy, is the newest IGS publishing project, bridging the gap between scholars and the policymaking community.

The Institute’s Public Affairs Report provides up-to-date information on IGS events and research.