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The Resource Handbook on policy, process and governing, edited by H.K. Colebatch (School of Social Science, University of New South Wales, Australia), and Robert Hoppe (Emeritus Professor of Policy and Knowledge, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences, Department of Science, Technology and Policy Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands)

Handbook on policy, process and governing, edited by H.K. Colebatch (School of Social Science, University of New South Wales, Australia), and Robert Hoppe (Emeritus Professor of Policy and Knowledge, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences, Department of Science, Technology and Policy Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands)

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Handbook on policy, process and governing
Title
Handbook on policy, process and governing
Statement of responsibility
edited by H.K. Colebatch (School of Social Science, University of New South Wales, Australia), and Robert Hoppe (Emeritus Professor of Policy and Knowledge, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences, Department of Science, Technology and Policy Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands)
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eng
Summary
This Handbook covers the accounts, by practitioners and observers, of the ways in which policy is formed around problems, how these problems are recognized and understood, and how diverse participants come to be involved in addressing them. H.K. Colebatch and Robert Hoppe draw together a range of original contributions from experts in the field to illuminate the ways in which policies are formed and how they shape the process of governing. The Handbook on Policy, Process and Governing covers not only the activities of government, but also the contributions of other stakeholders, and the ways in which a wide range of participants contribute to the formation of public policy. It explores the tensions involved in the policy process between: innovative choice and stable practice, authoritative decision and negotiated order, and agreed activity and announced goals. The scholar's focus on the analysis of activity and the practitioner's interest in the achievement of outcomes are brought together in this timely book, making it a valuable read for public policy scholars and practitioners alike
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DLC
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index present
LC call number
JF1525.P6
LC item number
H36 2018
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Colebatch, H. K.
  • Hoppe, Robert A.
  • Edward Elgar Publishing
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Political planning
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Handbook on policy, process and governing, edited by H.K. Colebatch (School of Social Science, University of New South Wales, Australia), and Robert Hoppe (Emeritus Professor of Policy and Knowledge, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences, Department of Science, Technology and Policy Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands)
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Publication
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Includes index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Contents: 1. Introduction: policy, process and making sense of governing / H.K. Colebatch and Robert Hoppe -- Part I: Tracing the signature of policy -- 2. 'Whatever governments decide to do or not to do' / Ed Page -- 3. Policy as ordering through documents / Michal Sedlacko -- 4. Policy as (mere) problem-solving / Nick Turnbull -- 5. Policy as practice / Koen Bartels -- 6. Policy as a body of expertise / Holger Strassheim -- Part II: Policy as authoritative choice -- 7 'Stage' theories of the policy process / William Dunn -- 8. Design as a window on the policy process / Hal Colebatch -- 9. Thirty years of research on policy instruments / Michael Howlett, Ishani Mukherjee and J.J. Woo -- 10. Implementation / Peter Hupe -- 11. Evidence and evaluation / Jan-Eric Furubo -- Part III: Policy as structured interaction -- 12. Linkage and the policy process / Hal Colebatch -- 13. The advocacy coalition framework / Keith Dowding -- 14. Multiple streams / Alison Ritter and Kari Lancaster -- 15. Policy work and its significance for public policy / Jan Kohoutek, Martin Nekola and Arnost Vesele. -- Part IV: Policy as sense-making -- 16. Frames and framings in policy-making / Perri 6 -- 17. Agenda formation and change / Peter John -- 18. Narrative in the policy process / Raul Lejano, Mrill Ingram and Helen Ingram -- 19. Policy learning and diffusion / David Dolowitz -- 20. The news media and the policy process / Rod Tiffen -- 21. The role of social media in the policy process / Victor Bekkers and Arthur Edwards -- 22. Problematisation / David Dery -- Part V: The limits of policy -- 23. Choice v. incrementalism / Robert Hoppe -- 24. Stasis and change / John Grin -- 25. Policy and socio-economic characteristics / William Blomquist -- 26. From policy typologies to policy feedback / Aynsley Kellow -- What do we learn from this? -- 27. Policy and the theorising of governing / Robert Hoppe and H.K. Colebatch -- Index
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (528 pages)
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online
Isbn
9781784714871
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (OCoLC)1043873581
  • (OCoLC)on1043873581
  • (UtOrBLW)eep9781784714871
Label
Handbook on policy, process and governing, edited by H.K. Colebatch (School of Social Science, University of New South Wales, Australia), and Robert Hoppe (Emeritus Professor of Policy and Knowledge, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences, Department of Science, Technology and Policy Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Contents: 1. Introduction: policy, process and making sense of governing / H.K. Colebatch and Robert Hoppe -- Part I: Tracing the signature of policy -- 2. 'Whatever governments decide to do or not to do' / Ed Page -- 3. Policy as ordering through documents / Michal Sedlacko -- 4. Policy as (mere) problem-solving / Nick Turnbull -- 5. Policy as practice / Koen Bartels -- 6. Policy as a body of expertise / Holger Strassheim -- Part II: Policy as authoritative choice -- 7 'Stage' theories of the policy process / William Dunn -- 8. Design as a window on the policy process / Hal Colebatch -- 9. Thirty years of research on policy instruments / Michael Howlett, Ishani Mukherjee and J.J. Woo -- 10. Implementation / Peter Hupe -- 11. Evidence and evaluation / Jan-Eric Furubo -- Part III: Policy as structured interaction -- 12. Linkage and the policy process / Hal Colebatch -- 13. The advocacy coalition framework / Keith Dowding -- 14. Multiple streams / Alison Ritter and Kari Lancaster -- 15. Policy work and its significance for public policy / Jan Kohoutek, Martin Nekola and Arnost Vesele. -- Part IV: Policy as sense-making -- 16. Frames and framings in policy-making / Perri 6 -- 17. Agenda formation and change / Peter John -- 18. Narrative in the policy process / Raul Lejano, Mrill Ingram and Helen Ingram -- 19. Policy learning and diffusion / David Dolowitz -- 20. The news media and the policy process / Rod Tiffen -- 21. The role of social media in the policy process / Victor Bekkers and Arthur Edwards -- 22. Problematisation / David Dery -- Part V: The limits of policy -- 23. Choice v. incrementalism / Robert Hoppe -- 24. Stasis and change / John Grin -- 25. Policy and socio-economic characteristics / William Blomquist -- 26. From policy typologies to policy feedback / Aynsley Kellow -- What do we learn from this? -- 27. Policy and the theorising of governing / Robert Hoppe and H.K. Colebatch -- Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (528 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781784714871
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1043873581
  • (OCoLC)on1043873581
  • (UtOrBLW)eep9781784714871

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