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Contents Notes on the Contributors 1.Introduction The Public and its Policies1 Robert e. Moodin, Martinrein, Michael Moran Part IInstitutionlal and Historical Background 2.The Historical Roots of the Field37 Peter deLeon 3.Emergence of Schools of Public Policy: Reflections by a Founding Dean56 Graham Allison 4.Training for Policy Makers78 Yehezkel Dror Part IIModes of Policy Analysis 5.Policy Analysis as Puzzle Solving107 Christopher Winship 6.Policy Analysis as Critical Listening122 John Forester 7.Policy Analysis as Policy Advice150 Richard Wilson 8.Policy Analysis for Democracy167 Helen Ingram Anne L. Schneider 9.Policy Analysis as Social Critique188 John S. Dryzek Part IIIProducing Public Policy 10.The Origins of Policy205 Edward C. Page 11.Agenda Setting226 Giandomenico Majone 12.Ordering through Discourse249 Maarten Hajer David Laws 13.Arguing, Bargaining, and Getting Agreement267 Lawrence Susskind 14.Policy Impact294 Karel Van den Bosch Bea Cantillon 15.The Politics of Policy Evaluation317 Mark Bovens, Paul t Hart, Sanneke Kuipers 16.Policy Dynamics334 Eugene Bardach 17.Learning in Public Policy365 Richard Freeman 18.Reframing Problematic Policies387 Martin Rein Part IVInstruments of Policy 19.Policy and Practice407 David Laws Maarten Hajer 20.Policy Network Analysis423 R. A. W. Rhodes 21.Smart Policy?446 Tom Christensen 22.The Tools of Government in the Information Age467 Christopher Hood 23.Policy Analysis as Organizational Analysis480 Barry L. Friedman 24.PublicPrivate Collaboration494 John D. Donahue Richard J.¿Zeckhauser Part VConstraints on Public Policy 25.Economic Constraints on Public Policy526 John Quiggin 26.Political Feasibility: Interests and Power540 William A. Galston 27.Institutional Constraints on Policy554 Ellen M. Immergut 28.Social and Cultural Factors: Constraining and Enabling569 Davis B. Bobrow 29.Globalization and Public Policy584 Colin Hay Part VIPolicy Intervention: Styles and Rationales 30.Distributive and Redistributive Policy605 Tom Sefton 31.Market and NonMarket Failures622 Mark Kleiman Steven M. Teles 32.Privatization and Regulatory Regimes649 Colin Scott 33.Democratizing the Policy Process667 Archon Fung Part VIICommending and Evaluating Public Policies 34.The Logic of Appropriateness687 James G. March Johan P. Olsen 35.Ethical Dimensions of Public Policy707 Henry Shue 36.Economic Techniques727 Kevin B. Smith 37.Economism and its Limits744 Jonathan Wolff Dirk Haubrich 38.Policy Modeling769 Neta C. Crawford 39.Social Experimentation for Public Policy804 Carol Hirschon Weiss Johanna Birckmayer VIIIPublic Policy, Old and New 40.The Unique Methodology of Policy Research831 Amitai Etzioni 41.Choosing Governance Systems: A Plea for Comparative Research842 Oran R. Young 42.The Politics of Retrenchment: The US Case856 Frances Fox Piven 43.Reflections on How Political Scientists (and Others) Might Think about Energy and Policy872 Matthew Holden, Jr. 44.Reflections on Policy Analysis: Putting it Together Again890 Rudolf Klein Theodore R. Marmor Index 000
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