The concept of networks is one of interest and importance in the study of politics and policy-making. To date, studies of this have either operated at a high level of generalization or have only offered certain case studies. This work proposes an integrated set of studies of different policy areas and a set of terms to explore common features and variations between policy areas.
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`This book provides a definitive account of the matters of issues, coupled with a group of excellent case studies and an assessment of where the debate ought to go next.' West European Politics 'no typography, however sophisticated, can hope to do justice to the variety of evidence reported by the different authors' Chris Ham, University of Birmingham, Political Studies, 1993 `This volume makes an important and valuable contribution to the burgeoning literature on policy networks and policy communities in central and local government ... the editors' opening and concluding chapters provide, in turn, an excecllent, reflective introduction to the policy networks literature and a thoroughly competent analysis of the preceding case study material.' Public Policy Network
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Book Description Clarendon Press, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110198278527