Your paper -- and the oral presentation later -- are the final products of this Comparative Policy research.
This guide will take you through the steps that will get you to the finished product. Read through the steps to get an idea of the entire process. Skipping a step could cost you extra time when you have to backtrack to do work that was missed in order to move forward.
To start, look through some general material to get an idea of the issues on the table and the locations that seem to be the best candidates for that particular issue's policy focus.
Read on for links to some of these resources.
The Benefits of Starting With Background Information
I have an issue and want to know the best places to compare.
I have a location in mind and want to know their most critical issues.
I How do I identify another location that is handling this issue differently.