Part 1. Introduction 1: Robert E. Goodin, Michael Moran, and Martin Rein: The Public and its Policies Part II. Institutional and Historical Background 2: Peter deLeon: The Historical Roots of the Field 3: Graham Allison: Emergence of Schools of Public Policy 4: Yehezkel Dror: Training for Policy-Makers Part III. Modes of Policy Analysis 5: Christopher Winship: Policy Analysis as Puzzle-solving 6: John Forestor: Policy Analysis as Critical Listening 7: Richard Wilson: Policy Analysis as Policy Advice 8: Helen Ingram and Anne L. Schneider: Policy Analysis for Democracy 9: John Dryzek: Policy Analysis as Social Critique Part IV. Producing Public Policy 10: Edward C. Page: The Origins of Policy 11: Giandomenico Majone: Agenda Setting 12: Maarten Hajer and David Laws: Policy Frame and Discourse 13: Lawrence Susskind: Arguing, Bargaining, and Getting Agreement 14: Bea Cantillon and Karel van den Bosch: Policy Impact 15: Mark Bovens, Paul 'tHart and Sanneke Kuipers: The Politics of Policy Evaluation 16: Eugene Bardach: Policy Dynamics 17: Richard Freeman: Learning in Public Policy 18: Martin Rein: Reframing Problematic Policies Part V. Instruments of Policy 19: David Laws and Maarten Hajer: Policy in Practice 20: R.A.W. Rhodes: Policy Networks 21: Tom Christiansen: Smart Policy? 22: Christopher Hood: The Tools of Government in the Information Age 23: Barry L. Friedman: Policy Analysis as Organizational Analysis 24: John D. Donahue and Richard J. Zeckhauser: Public-Private Collaboration Part VI. Constraints on Public Policy 25: John Quiggin: Economic Constraints on Public Policy 26: William A. Galston: Political Feasibility: Interests and Power 27: Ellen M. Immergut: Institutional Constraints on Policy 28: Davis B. Bobrow: Social & Cultural Factors 29: Colin Hay: Globalization and Public Policy Part VII. Policy Intervention: Styles and Rationales 30: Tom Sefton: Distributive and Redistributive Policy 31: Mark Kleiman and Steven N. Teles: Market and Non-Market Failures 32: Colin Scott: Privatization and Regulatory Regimes 33: Archon Fung: Democratizing the Policy Process Part VIII. Commending and Evaluating Public Policies 34: James G. March and Johan P. Olsen: The Logic of Appropriateness 35: Henry Shue: Ethical Dimensions of Public Policy 36: Kevin B. Smith: Economic Techniques 37: Jonathan Wolff and Dirk Haubrich: Economism and its Limits 38: Neta C. Crawford: Policy Modeling 39: Carol Hirschon Weiss and Johanna Birckmayer: Social Experimentation for Public Policy IX. Public Policy, Old and New 40: Amitai Etzioni: The Unique Methodology of Policy Research 41: Oran R. Young: Choosing Governance Systems: A Plea for Comparative Research 42: Frances Fox Piven: The Politics of Retrenchment: the U.S. Case 43: Matthew Holden, Jr.: Reflections on how political scientists (and others) might think about energy and policy 44: Rudolf Klein and Theodore R. Marmor: Reflections on Policy Analysis: Putting it Together Again
Michael Moran is W.J.M. Mackenzie Professor of Government at the University of Manchester.
Martin Rein is Professor in the Department of
Urban Studies and Planning at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology. Robert E. Goodin is Distinguished
Professor of Social and Political Theory and Philosophy at the
Research School of Social Sciences at Australian National
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