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Policy transfer and learning in public policy and management : international contexts, content and development / edited by Peter Carroll and Richard Common.

Contributor(s): Carroll, Peter | Common, Richard.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JF1351 .P6472 2013Series: Routledge critical studies in public management: 14.Publication: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2013Description: x, 206 p.ISBN: 9780415691819 (hardback).Subject(s): Public administration | Policy sciences
Contents:
Part I: Degrees of Transfer and Their Determinants. 1 When Policy Diffusion does not lead to Policy Transfer: Explaining Resistance to International Learning in Public Management Reform / Richard Common -- 2 Policy Transfer and Local Government Performance Improvement Regimes / Sandra Nutley, James Downe, Steve Martin and Clive Grace -- 3 Low Impact Development (LID) : The Transfer that was Not? How the Federal Relationship in the Area of Environmental Protection Facilitates Innovation but Mitigates against Transfer / David P. Dolowitz -- 4 Policy Transfer in New Democracies: Challenges for Public Administration / Riin Savi and Tiina Randma-Liiv -- 5 Why can't you Lead a Horse to Water and make it Drink? The Learning Oriented Transfer of Health Sector Decentralization Reforms and Bureaucratic Interests in Malawi / Richard I.C. Tambulasi -- Part II: New Developments in Transfer and Learning. 6 Sources of Transfer: The Case of Accession to International Organizations / Peter Carroll -- 7 Borrowing from the Neighbours: Policy Transfer to Tackle Climate Change in the Australian Federation / Robyn Hollander -- 8 These are the People You Need to Talk to : The Role of Non-State Organizations in International Policy Transfer to Ireland's Official Languages Act (2003) / Clare Rigg, Muiris O Laoire and Vasiliki Georgiou -- 9 Contested Policy Transfer: When Chile's 'Programa de Mejoramiento de la Gestion' Travelled to Mexico / Mauricio Dussauge-Laguna.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I: Degrees of Transfer and Their Determinants. 1 When Policy Diffusion does not lead to Policy Transfer: Explaining Resistance to International Learning in Public Management Reform / Richard Common -- 2 Policy Transfer and Local Government Performance Improvement Regimes / Sandra Nutley, James Downe, Steve Martin and Clive Grace -- 3 Low Impact Development (LID) : The Transfer that was Not? How the Federal Relationship in the Area of Environmental Protection Facilitates Innovation but Mitigates against Transfer / David P. Dolowitz -- 4 Policy Transfer in New Democracies: Challenges for Public Administration / Riin Savi and Tiina Randma-Liiv -- 5 Why can't you Lead a Horse to Water and make it Drink? The Learning Oriented Transfer of Health Sector Decentralization Reforms and Bureaucratic Interests in Malawi / Richard I.C. Tambulasi -- Part II: New Developments in Transfer and Learning. 6 Sources of Transfer: The Case of Accession to International Organizations / Peter Carroll -- 7 Borrowing from the Neighbours: Policy Transfer to Tackle Climate Change in the Australian Federation / Robyn Hollander -- 8 These are the People You Need to Talk to : The Role of Non-State Organizations in International Policy Transfer to Ireland's Official Languages Act (2003) / Clare Rigg, Muiris O Laoire and Vasiliki Georgiou -- 9 Contested Policy Transfer: When Chile's 'Programa de Mejoramiento de la Gestion' Travelled to Mexico / Mauricio Dussauge-Laguna.

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