Routledge handbook of public policy / edited by Eduardo Araral Jr. ... [et al.].
Contributor(s): Araral, Eduardo.Material type: BookCall no.: H97 .R68 2013Series: Routledge handbooks.Publication: London ; New York : Routledge, 2013Description: xviii, 528 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780415782456 (hbk.).Other title: Handbook of public policy [Portion of title].Subject(s): Policy sciences
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
PART I Introduction to the study of the public policy process: history and method -- 1 Public policy debate and the rise of policy analysis / Michael Mintrom and Claire Williams -- 2 The policy-making process / Michael Howlett and Sarah Giest -- 3 Comparative approaches to the study of public policy-making / Sophie Schmitt -- 4 International dimensions and dynamics of policy-making / Anthony Perl -- PART II Conceptualizing public policy-making -- 5 State theory and the rise of the regulatory state / Darryl S.L. Jarvis -- 6 The public choice perspective / Andy Whitford -- 7 Institutional analysis and political economy / Michael D. McGinnis and Paul Dragos Aligica -- 8 Postpositivism and the policy process / Raul Perez Lejano
PART III Modelling the policy process: frameworks for analysis -- 9 The institutional analysis and development framework / Ruth Schuyler House and Eduardo Araral Jr. -- 10 The advocacy coalition framework: coalitions, learning and policy change / Christopher M. Weible and Daniel Nohrstedt -- 11 The punctuated equilibrium theory of agenda-setting and policy change / Graeme Boushey -- 12 Policy network models / Chen-Yu Wu and David Knoke --PART IV Understanding the agenda-setting process -- 13 Policy agenda-setting studies: attention, politics and the public / Christoffer Green-Pedersen and Peter B. Mortensen -- 14 Focusing events and policy windows / Thomas A. Birkland and Sarah E. DeYoung -- 15 Agenda-setting and political discourse: major analytical frameworks and their application / David A. Rochefort and Kevin P. Donnelly -- 16 Mass media and policy-making / Stuart Soroka, Stephen Farnsworth, Andrea Lawlor and Lori Young
PART V Understanding the formulation process -- 17 Policy design and transfer / Anne Schneider -- 18 Epistemic communities / Claire A. Dunlop -- 19 Policy appraisal / John Turnpenny, Camilla Adelle and Andrew Jordan -- 20 Policy analytical styles / Igor S. Mayer, C. Els van Daalen and Pieter W.G. Bots -- PART VI Understanding the decision-making process -- 21 Bounded rationality and public policy decision-making / Bryan D. Jones and H.F. Thomas III -- 22 Incrementalism / Michael Hayes -- 23 Models for research into decision-making processes: on phases, streams, rounds and tracks of decision-making / Geert R. Teisman and Arwin van Buuren -- 24 The garbage can model and the study of the policy-making process / Gary Mucciaroni -- PART VII Understanding the implementation process -- 25 Bureaucracy and the policy process / Ora-orn Poocharoen -- 26 Disagreement and alternative dispute resolution in the policy process / Boyd Fuller -- 27 Governance, networks and intergovernmental systems / Robert Agranoff, Michael McGuire and Chris Silvia
28 Development management and policy implementation: relevance beyond the global South / Derick W. Brinkerhoff and Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff -- PART VIII Understanding the evaluation process -- 29 Six models of evaluation / Evert Vedung -- 30 Policy feedback and learning / Patrik Marier -- 31 Randomized control trials: what are they, why are they promoted as the gold standard for casual identification and what can they (not) tell us? / David Fuente and Dale Whittington -- 32 Policy evaluation and public participation / Carolyn M. Hendriks -- PART IX Policy dynamics: patterns of stability and change -- 33 Policy dynamics and change: the never-ending puzzle / Giliberto Capano -- 34 Policy trajectories and legacies: path dependency revisited / Adrian Kay -- 35 Process sequencing / Carsten Daugbjerg -- 36 Learning from success and failure? / Allan McConnell.
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