The Oxford Handbook Of Public Policy

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The Oxford Handbooks of Political Science is a ten volume set of reference books offering authoritative and engaging critical overviews of all the main branches of political science.
The series as a whole is under the General Editorship of Robert E. Good in, with each volume being edited by a distinguished international group of specialists in their respective fields:

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PART I INTRODUCTION
1. The Public and its Policies

PART I I INSTITUTIONAL AND HISTORICAL
BACKGROUND
2. The Historical Roots of the Field
3. Emergence of Schools of Public Policy:
4. Training for Policy Makers

PART I I I MODES OF POLICY ANALYSIS
5. Policy Analysis as Puzzle Solving
6. Policy Analysis as Critical Listening
7. Policy Analysis as Policy Advice
8. Policy Analysis for Democracy
9. Policy Analysis as Critique

PART IV PRODUCING PUBLIC POLICY
10. The Origins of Policy
11. Agenda Setting
12. Ordering through Discourse
13. Arguing, Bargaining, and Getting Agreement
14. Policy Impact
15. The Politics of Policy Evaluation
16. Policy Dynamics
17. Learning in Public Policy
18. Reframing Problematic Policies

PART V INSTRUMENTS OF POLICY
19. Policy in Practice
20. Policy Network Analysis
21. Smart Policy?
22. The Tools of Government in the Information Age
23. Policy Analysis as Organizational Analysis
24. Public–Private Collaboration

PART VI CONSTRAINTS ON PUBLIC POLICY
25. Economic Constraints on Public Policy
26. Political Feasibility: Interests and Power
27. Institutional Constraints on Policy
28. Social and Cultural Factors: Constraining and Enabling
29. Globalization and Public Policy

PART VII POLICY INTERVENTION: STYLES
AND RATIONALES
30. Distributive and Redistributive Policy
31. Market and Non-Market Failures
32. Privatization and Regulatory Regimes
33. Democratizing the Policy Process

PART VIII COMMENDING AND EVALUATING
PUBLIC POLICIES
34. The Logic of Appropriateness
35. Ethical Dimensions of Public Policy
36. Economic Techniques
37. Economism and its Limits
38. Policy Modeling
39. Social Experimentation for Public Policy

PART IX PUBLIC POLICY, OLD AND NEW
40. The Unique Methodology of Policy Research
41. Choosing Governance Systems: A Plea for Comparative
Research
42. The Politics of Retrenchment: The US Case
43. Reflections on How Political Scientists (and Others)
Might Think about Energy and Policy
44. Reflections on Policy Analysis: Putting it Together Again

Author Details
Edited by
MICHAEL MORAN,
MARTIN REIN,
and
ROBERT E. GOODIN

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