Table of contents for Oxford handbook of public policy / edited by Michael Moran, Martin Rein, Robert E. Goodin.

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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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Policy sciences.