Leading scholars and practitioners of public policy analysis some together in this collection to enable scholars to compare cross-nationally concepts and practices of public policy analysis in the media, sub-national governments and other institutional settings.
Policy Analysis in the United States brings together contributions from some of the world’s leading scholars and practitioners of public policy analysis including Beryl Radin, David Weimer, Rebecca Maynard, Laurence Lynn, and Guy Peters.
This volume represents an indispensable companion to other volumes in the International Library of Policy Analysis series, enabling scholars to compare cross-nationally concepts and practices of public policy analysis in the media, sub-national governments, and many more institutional settings.
The volume represents an invaluable contribution to public policy analysis and can be used widely in teaching at both graduate and undergraduate levels in schools of public affairs and public policy as well as in comparative politics and policy.
John A. Hird is Dean of the College of Social & Behavoral Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy. The founding director of the Center for Public Policy and Administration, his research focuses on the use of expertise in public policymaking.
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