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Mark Considine's new book explores the nature of publicpolicy-making in a world undergoing cataclysmic change.

Mark Considine's new book explores the nature of publicpolicy-making in a world undergoing cataclysmic change. Runningthrough the text is the core assertion that policy-making can bestbe seen as a form of intervention into specific social and culturalcontexts, and not as an engineered solution to universalproblems. The book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction tokey issues and contemporary debates in public policy

Mark Considine's new book explores the nature of public policy-making in a world undergoing cataclysmic change.

Mark Considine's new book explores the nature of public policy-making in a world undergoing cataclysmic change. Running through the text is the core assertion that policy-making can best be seen as a form of intervention into specific social and cultural contexts, and not as an engineered solution to universal problems. The book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to key issues and contemporary debates in public policy. The author draws on a wide range of examples from around the world to develop a framework for understanding the way social contexts, policy histories and.

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Mark Considine's new book explores the nature of publicpolicy-making in a world undergoing cataclysmic change. Runningthrough the text is the core assertion that policy-making can bestbe seen as a form of intervention into specific social and culturalcontexts, and not as an engineered solution to universalproblems.

The book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction tokey issues and contemporary debates in public policy. The authordraws on a wide range of examples from around the world to developa framework for understanding the way social contexts, policyhistories and institutional pathways generate opportunities.Separate chapters focus on public action, context, discourse,institutional pathways, networks, organizations, governance,citizen engagement and accountability.

Clearly-written and compelling, this will be essential readingfor upper-level undergraduate students taking courses in publicpolicy, social policy, environmental studies, health studies,European studies and development.


Making Public Policy: Institutions, Actors, Strategies download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Mark Considine
ISBN: 0745627536
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Polity (December 10, 2004)
Pages: 262 pages