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Public Policy Making: Process and Principles traces the dynamics of the policy-making process, such as the triggering of issue awareness and the implementation process that translates policy into practice. It contains examples from recent and historic cases of public policy-making.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Third Edition||p. ix|
|The Context of Public Policy||p. 3|
|Triggering Mechanisms: Catalysts for Public Policies||p. 22|
|The Public Agenda: Focal Point for Policy Decisions||p. 48|
|The Policy Makers: Roles and Realities||p. 70|
|Implementation: Converting Policy Commitments into Practice||p. 90|
|Evaluation: Assessments and Directions||p. 112|
|Public Policy Making in an Evolutionary Context||p. 127|
|About the Author||p. 161|
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