International Library of Policy Analysis
Series editors: Iris Geva-May, Professor Emerita, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Adjunct Professor, Carleton University, Canada and Visiting Professor, NYU Wagner, US and Michael Howlett, FRSC, Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) and Burnaby Mountain Professor, Simon Fraser University, Canada
This major series brings together a detailed examination of the theory and practice of policy analysis systems at different levels of governments and by non-governmental actors in a range of specific countries. It therefore provides a key addition to research and teaching in comparative policy analysis and policy studies more generally.
Each volume includes a history of the country's policy analysis, which offers a broad comparative overview with other countries as well as the country in question. In doing so, the books in the series provide the data and empirical case studies essential for instruction and for further research in the area. They also include expert analysis of different approaches to policy analysis and an assessment of their evolution and operation in both governmental and non-governmental organisations.
The series will be valuable to academics and students in public policy, public administration and management, comparative politics and government, public organisations and individual policy areas. It will also interest people working in the countries in question and internationally.
Editorial advisory board
- Yukio Adachi, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
- Cilik Yu, Shih Hsin University, Taipei
- Claudia Scott, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
- Ted Marmor, Yale School of Public Management, USA
- Michael Luger, Regent's University London, UK
- Michael Barzelay, London School of Economics, UK
- Sandra Archibald, University of Washington, USA
- Beryl Radin, Georgetown University, USA
- Bohdan Krawchenko, Ukrainian Academy of Public Administration, Ukraine
- Frans Van Nispen, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Jeni Veisman, Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio-de Janeiro
- Monika Steffen, University of Grenoble, France
- Martin Potuchek, Charles University, Czech Republic
- Scott Fritzen, University of Washington, USA
- Vidal Garza Cantú, FEMSA Foundation, Mexico
Policy analysis in Brazil is the first book to paint a comprehensive panorama of policy analysis activities in Brazil. It brings together 18 studies by leading Brazilian social scientists on policy analysis as a widespread activity and offers key insights into the practice of this field.
This book, part of the International Library of Policy Analysis, provides an overview of developments in policy analysis in both academia and practice at various levels of governance and offers an overview of the current state of affairs.
As part of the successful International Library of Policy Analysis series, Policy analysis in Japan brings together for the first time a detailed examination of the theory and practice of policy analysis systems in Japan, at different levels.
Bringing together a team of experienced and highly respected researchers from across Taiwan, this book is the first to examine in detail the theory and practice of policy analysis in Taiwan at different levels of government and in non-governmental organisations.
Policy Analysis in Australia offers a distinctly Australian interpretation of policy scholarship, taking a broad view of policy analysis capacity, both within institutions at all levels of government, and beyond government in the media, political parties, business, and non-government associations.
This volume, part of the successful International Library of Policy Analysis series, brings together for the first time leading figures from both the Israeli public and academic spheres to provide a comprehensive study of policy analysis in Israel.
As the first comprehensive assessment of policy analysis in both the Czech Republic and the post-communist Central and Eastern European region, this important addition to the ILPA Series provides a unique insight which offers an indispensable guide for researchers, policy makers and students.
Provides the 1st detailed examination of the practice of policy analysis in Mexico. Contributors study the nature of policy analysis at different sectors and levels of government as well as by non-governmental actors, such as unions, business, NGOs and the media to promote the use of evidence-based policy analysis, leading to better policy results.
Presents the first systematic overview of policy analysis activities in Belgium. Contributors from both sides of the Dutch-French language border use original empirical data to provide a comprehensive, comparative study of multi-level policy-making both within and outside government.
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.