Hill M. - The Public Policy Process

The Public Policy Process

Hill M.

ISBN: 0582894026
Vydavatelství: Longman
Rok vydání: 2005
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The Public Policy Process is essential reading for anyone trying to understand the process by which public policy is made. It provides a stimulating and accessible read that clarifies the complexities and diversities of a difficult subject. A fundamental revision of Michael Hill's earlier book The Policy Process in the Modern State, this book demonstrates how any attempt to influence the policy process needs to be grounded in an understanding of how policy is made. It covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of the process, allowing students to see the importance of the relationship between them. It also examines the role of the people and organisations involved in the process. Key to the book:- Demonstrates how policies are created and implemented- Discusses the challenges students face when studying the policy process- Provides a comprehensive guide to the various theoretical approaches used to analyse the policy process and how they can be applied- Examines the impact of concerns about accountability on the operation of the policy process. Michel Hill is a retired Professor of Social Policy at the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. He continues to research and teach social and public policy, and also has part-time posts at Queen Mary College in London and at the University of Brighton. He has written extensively on policy implementation, British social policy and comparative social policy.

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