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First edition
Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, [2017]
1 online zdroj : ilustrace
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ISBN 9781315093192 (e-kniha : PDF)
ISBN 9781574445619 (print)
Public Administration and Public Policy
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The study of public policy and the methods of policy analysis are among the most rapidly developing areas in the social sciences. Policy analysis has emerged to provide a better understanding of the policymaking process and to supply decision makers with reliable policy-relevant knowledge about pressing economic and social problems. Presenting a broad, comprehensive perspective, the Handbook of Public Policy Analysis: Theory, Politics, and Methods covers the historical development of policy analysis, its role in the policy process, and empirical methods. The handbook considers the theory generated by these methods and the normative and ethical issues surrounding their practice.Written by leading experts in the field, this book-Deals with the basic origins and evolution of public policy Examines the stages of the policy-making processIdentifies political advocacy and expertise in the policy processFocuses on rationality in policy decision-making and the role of policy networks and learningDetails argumentation, rhetoric, and narratives Explores the comparative, cultural, and ethical aspects of public policy Explains primary quantitative-oriented analytical methods employed in policy researchAddresses the qualitative sides of policy analysis Discusses tools used to refine policy choicesTraces the development of policy analysis in selected national contextsThe Handbook of Public Policy Analysis: Theory, Politics, and Methods describes the theoretical debates that have recently defined the field, including the work of postpositivist, interpretivist, and social constructionist scholars. This book also explores the interplay between empirical and normative analysis, a crucial issue running through contemporary debates..
Contents // Introduction...xix // Part I // Historical Perspectives // Chapter 1 The Policy Sciences at the Crossroads...3 // Peter deLeon and Danielle M. Vogenbeck // Chapter 2 Promoting the Policy Orientation: Lasswell in Context...15 // Douglas Torgerson // Chapter 3 Public Policy, Social Science, and the State: An Historical Perspective...29 // Peter Wagner // Part II // Policy Processes // Chapter 4 Theories of the Policy Cycle...43 // Werner Jann and Kai Wegrich // Chapter 5 Agenda Setting in Public Policy...63 // Thomas A. Birkland // Chapter 6 Policy Formulation: Design and Tools...79 // Mara S. Sidney // Chapter 7 Implementing Public Policy...89 // Helga Piilzl and Oliver Treib // Chapter 8 Do Policies Determine Politics?...109 // Hubert Heine It // Part III // Policy Politics, Advocacy, and Expertise // Chapter 9 A Guide to the Advocacy Coalition Framework...123 // Christopher M. Weible and Paul A. Sabatier // Chapter 10 Policy Communities...137 // Hugh T Miller and Tansu Demir // Chapter 11 Public Policy Analysis and Think Tanks...149 // Diane Stone // XVI // Contents // Part IV // Policy Decision Making: Rationality, Networks, and Learning // Chapter 12 Rationality in Policy Decision Making...161 // Clinton J. Andrews // Chapter 13 Rational Choice in Public Policy: The Theory in Critical Perspective...173 // Steven Griggs // Chapter 14 Taking Stock of Policy Networks: Do They Matter?...187 // Jörg Raab and Patrick Kenis // Chapter 15 Theories of Policy Learning: Agency, Structure, and Change...201 // John Grin and Anne Loeber // Part V // Deliberative Policy Analysis: Argumentation, Rhetoric, and Narratives // Chapter 16 Deliberative Policy Analysis as Practical Reason: Integrating Empirical // and Normative Arguments...223 // Frank Fischer // Chapter 17 Rhetoric in Policy Making: Between Logos, Ethos, and Pathos...237 // Herbert Gottweis //
Chapter 18 Narrative Policy Analysis...251 // Michel M.J. van Feten // Part VI // Comparative, Cultural, and Ethical Perspectives // Chapter 19 Comparative Public Policy...273 // Martin Lodge // Chapter 20 Applied Cultural Theory: Tool for Policy Analysis...289 // Robert Hoppe // Chapter 21 Ethical Issues and Public Policy...309 // Eileen Sullivan and Mary Segers // Chapter 22 Public Policy and Democratic Citizenship: What Kinds of Citizenship // Does Policy Promote?...329 // Anne Larason Schneider and Helen Ingram // Part VII // Quantitatively Oriented Policy Methods // Chapter 23 Quantitative Methods for Policy Analysis...349 // Kaifeng Yang // Contents xvii // Chapter 24 The Use (and Misuse) of Surveys Research in Policy Analysis...369 // Jerry Mitchell // Chapter 25 Social Experiments and Public Policy...381 // Caroline Danielson // Chapter 26 Policy Evaluation and Evaluation Research...393 // Hellmut Wollmann // Part VIII // Qualitative Policy Analysis: Interpretation, Meaning, and Content // Chapter 27 Qualitative-Interpretive Methods in Policy Research...405 // Dvora Yanow // Chapter 28 Qualitative Research and Public Policy...417 // Alan R. Sadovník // Chapter 29 Interpretation and Intention in Policy Analysis...429 // Henk Wagenaar // Chapter 30 Context-Sensitive Policy Methods...443 // Susan E. Clarke // Part IX // Policy Decisions Techniques // Chapter 31 Cost-Benefit Analysis...465 // Gerald J. Miller and Donijo Robbins // Chapter 32 Environmental Impact Assessment: Between Bureaucratic Process // and Social Learning...481 // Yaakov Garb, Miriam Manon, and Deike Peters // Chapter 33 Technology Assessment as Policy Analysis: From Expert Advice...493 // to Participatory Approaches Bernard Reber // Chapter 34 Public Policy Mediation: From Argument to Collaboration...513 // David Laws and John Forester //
Part X // Country Perspectives // Chapter 35 Policy Analysis in Britain...537 // Wayne Parsons // Chapter 36 The Evolution of Policy Analysis in the Netherlands...553 // Igor Mayer // xviii // Contents // Chapter 37 Policy Analysis and Evaluation in Sweden: Discovering the Limits // of the Rationalistic Paradigm...571 // Jan-Eric Furubo // Chapter 38 The Policy Turn in German Political Science...587 // Thomas Saretzki // Chapter 39 Policy Analysis in India: Research Bases and Discursive Practices...603 // Navdeep Mathur and Kuldeep Mathur // Chapter 40 Korean Policy Analysis: From Economic Efficiency to Public Participation...617 // Changhwan Mo // Index // 625

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