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Studying Public Policy: Policy Cycles and Policy Subsystems (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 12. Februar 2009

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"The authors offer an excellent approach to the study of the public policy-making process in the US using an applied problem-solving model....Goes beyond previous work to provice many helpful models for organizing a wide variety of approaches to the subject, including public choice, welfare economics, corporatism, pluralism, neoinstitutionalism, and statism."--Choice..".One of the most useful works to appear recently in the field of public policy...Provides a sophisticated guide to contemporary scholarship and conceptualization on diverse aspects of the policymaking endeavor...[The authors] succeed admirably in portraying the complexity and contingent nature of the process, as well as the rich inhtellectual tradition that is giving birth to policy science as its own unique discipline."--American political Science Review -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.

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Studying Publisc Policy develops an analytical framework of the subject for students in public policy course. Instead of focussing on the substantive policy of a particular policy area, the book examines the theoretical and conceptual foundations of, and approaches used in, the policy sciences.

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This text offers an excellent approach to the study of the public policy-making process in the U.S. using an applied problem-solving model. It provides brief but insightful glimpses into the history of the field. It widely surveys current thinking and offers good syntheses of past work, e.g., Charles Jones' An Introduction to the Study of Public Policy, James Anderson's Public Policy-Making: An Introduction, and Thomas Dye's Understanding Public Policy. This text, however, goes beyond previous work to provide many helpful models for organizing a wide variety of approaches to the subject, including public choice, welfare economics, corporatism, pluralism, neo-institutionalism, and statism. These models, often displayed in the form of easily understood charts or tables, reveal the basic assumptions underlying the myriad of approaches to the subject, e.g., inductive versus deductive theory construction, and individual, group, or institutional level of analysis. This text offers a very useful taxonomy of typical policy styles with respect to specific areas of government activity to explain the differences between incremental and non-incremental policy change (the latter termed paradigm shifts). Finally, the authors recognize the complexity of both the policy-making process itself and the study of it
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Looking around for a book on policy studies for advanced and graduate students, I have carefully checked about two dozen popular works. This one by Howlett and Ramesh is by far the most stringently argued and best structured work on the policy process that I have come across. This book really is an eye-opener on the policy process. My students find it demanding but extremely instructive and stimulating in thinking about how policies are being made. Strong recommendation!
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This text offers an excellent approach to the study of the public policy-making process in the U.S. using an applied problem-solving model. It provides brief but insightful glimpses into the history of the field. It widely surveys current thinking and offers good syntheses of past work, e.g., Charles Jones' An Introduction to the Study of Public Policy, James Anderson's Public Policy-Making: An Introduction, and Thomas Dye's Understanding Public Policy. This text, however, goes beyond previous work to provide many helpful models for organizing a wide variety of approaches to the subject, including public choice, welfare economics, corporatism, pluralism, neo-institutionalism, and statism. These models, often displayed in the form of easily understood charts or tables, reveal the basic assumptions underlying the myriad of approaches to the subject, e.g., inductive versus deductive theory construction, and individual, group, or institutional level of analysis. This text offers a very useful taxonomy of typical policy styles with respect to specific areas of government activity to explain the differences between incremental and non-incremental policy change (the latter termed paradigm shifts). Finally, the authors recognize the complexity of both the policy-making process itself and the study of it
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HASH(0x9d0a65c4) von 5 Sternen more than a superb textbook 22. Februar 2008
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Looking around for a book on policy studies for advanced and graduate students, I have carefully checked about two dozen popular introductory works. This one by Howlett and Ramesh is by far the most stringently argued and best structured work on the policy process that I have come across. This book really is an eye-opener on the policy process. My students find it demanding but extremely instructive and stimulating in thinking about how policies are being made. Strong recommendation!
HASH(0x9d0a3cd8) von 5 Sternen Good text on public policy 14. September 2015
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This is a nice, functional textbook on the public policy process. It is a bit brief for my tastes, but is organized nicely.

The first part lays out the basics--Why study public policy? What are the theoretical approaches to public policy? What is the context in which public policy develops. This is an important chapter, since context varies from country to country, and the reader must understand that. I teach a graduate course in public policy and a doctoral course in policy analysis. The chapter on context, to me, is critical in such a class--and the chapter is nicely done in this text.

The next part of the book looks at the stages of the policy process: (1) agenda setting (what are the issues that get on the table for serious discussion); (2) policy formulation (How do we determine the policy alternatives from which to choose?); (3) Decision-making (How does a policy get made?); (4) How are policies implemented (put into effect?); (5) How do we evaluate policies.

The final chapter looks at policy change.

All in all, a nicely written book that considers key issues. Perhaps somewhat more detail would be helpful, but. . . .
HASH(0x9d0acccc) von 5 Sternen Succinct, Helpful 27. August 2013
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This book is good for those going into Policy. Concise, and lays down the basics very well, while not just "skimming" the topic.
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HASH(0x9d0a6558) von 5 Sternen Two Stars 24. Januar 2016
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A very boring book too complicated to enjoy the subject
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