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(p. 1221) Public Policy

(p. 1221) Public Policy

    • About the Contributors ix

  • Part I Introduction

    1. 1. The Public and its Policies 3

      Robert E. Goodin, Martin Rein & Michael Moran

  • Part II Institutional and Historical Background

    1. 2. The Historical Roots of the Field 39

      Peter deLeon

    2. 3. Emergence of Schools of Public Policy: Reflections by a Founding Dean 58

      Graham Allison

    3. 4. Training for Policy-makers 80

      Yehezkel Dror

  • Part III Modes of Policy Analysis

    1. 5. Policy Analysis as Puzzle Solving 109

      Christopher Winship

    2. 6. Policy Analysis as Critical Listening 124

      John Forester

    3. 7. Policy Analysis as Policy Advice 152

      Richard Wilson

    4. 8. Policy Analysis for Democracy 169

      Helen Ingram & Anne L. Schneider

    5. 9. Policy Analysis as Critique 190

      John S. Dryzek

  • (p. 1222) Part IV Producing Public Policy

    1. 10. The Origins of Policy 207

      Edward C. Page

    2. 11. Agenda Setting 228

      Giandomenico Majone

    3. 12. Ordering through Discourse 251

      Maarten Hajer & David Laws

    4. 13. Arguing, Bargaining, and Getting Agreement 269

      Lawrence Susskind

    5. 14. Policy Impact 296

      Karel Van den Bosch & Bea Cantillon

    6. 15. The Politics of Policy Evaluation 319

      Mark Bovens, Paul ’t Hart & Sanneke Kuipers

    7. 16. Policy Dynamics 336

      Eugene Bardach

    8. 17. Learning in Public Policy 367

      Richard Freeman

    9. 18. Reframing Problematic Policies 389

      Martin Rein

  • Part V Instruments of Policy

    1. 19. Policy in Practice 409

      David Laws & Maarten Hajer

    2. 20. Policy Network Analysis 425

      R. A. W. Rhodes

    3. 21. Smart Policy? 448

      Tom Christensen

    4. 22. The Tools of Government in the Information Age 469

      Christopher Hood

    5. 23. Policy Analysis as Organizational Analysis 482

      Barry L. Friedman

    6. (p. 1223) 24. Public–Private Collaboration 496

      John D. Donahue & Richard J. Zeckhauser

  • Part VI Constraints on Public Policy

    1. 25. Economic Constraints on Public Policy 529

      John Quiggin

    2. 26. Political Feasibility: Interests and Power 543

      William A. Galston

    3. 27. Institutional Constraints on Policy 557

      Ellen M. Immergut

    4. 28. Social and Cultural Factors: Constraining and Enabling 572

      Davis B. Bobrow

    5. 29. Globalization and Public Policy 587

      Colin Hay

  • Part VII Policy Intervention: Styles and Rationales

    1. 30. Distributive and Redistributive Policy 607

      Tom Sefton

    2. 31. Market and Non-Market Failures 624

      Mark A. R. Kleiman & Steven M. Teles

    3. 32. Privatization and Regulatory Regimes 651

      Colin Scott

    4. 33. Democratizing the Policy Process 669

      Archon Fung

  • Part VIII Commending and Evaluating Public Policies

    1. 34. The Logic of Appropriateness 689

      James G. March & Johan P. Olsen

    2. 35. Ethical Dimensions of Public Policy 709

      Henry Shue

    3. (p. 1224) 36. Economic Techniques 729

      Kevin B. Smith

    4. 37. Economism and its Limits 746

      Jonathan Wolff & Dirk Haubrich

    5. 38. Policy Modeling 771

      Neta C. Crawford

    6. 39. Social Experimentation for Public Policy 806

      Carol Hirschon Weiss & Johanna Birckmayer

  • Part IX Public Policy, Old and New

    1. 40. The Unique Methodology of Policy Research 833

      Amitai Etzioni

    2. 41. Choosing Governance Systems: A Plea for Comparative Research 844

      Oran R. Young

    3. 42. The Politics of Retrenchment: The US Case 858

      Frances Fox Piven

    4. 43. Reflections on How Political Scientists (and Others) Might Think about Energy and Policy 874

      Matthew Holden, Jr.

    5. 44. Reflections on Policy Analysis: Putting it Together Again 892

      Rudolf Klein & Theodore R. Marmor

  • Index 913