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  • Author:
    Stuart S. Nagel,Vladimir Rukavishnikov
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    0312106483
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    Palgrave Macmillan (June 1, 1994)
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    244 pages
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Policy Studies Organization Series. Eastern European Development and Public Policy. The book combines practical policy significance with insightful causal and prescriptive generalizations.

Policy Studies Organization Series. The emphasis is on the role of governmnetal decision-making and the important (but secondary) role of the marketplace, social groups, and engineering.

Автор: Stuart S. Nagel; Vladimir Rukavishnikov Название: Eastern .

This non-technical introduction to development studies explores the dynamics of socio-economic development and stagnation in developing countries.

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Policy Analysis as Policy Advice Richard Wilson. Policy studies are distinguished from other sorts of political science, thirdly, by their action orientation. 8. Policy Analysis for Democracy Helen Ingram & Anne L. Schneider. 9. Policy Analysis as Critique John S. Dryzek. 109 124 152 169 190. vi contents. Eugene Bardach is Professor of Public Policy in the Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley.

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1 There was a distinctly high modernist feel to the enterprise, back then: technocratic hubris, married to a sense of mission to make a better world; an (p. 886) overwhelming confidence. But across most of that world there has, over the last half-century, been a gradual chastening of the boldest high modernist hopes for the policy sciences.

Policy studies is a subdisicipline of political science that includes the analysis of the process of policymaking (the policy process) and the contents of policy (policy analysis).

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EU development policy seeks to foster the sustainable development of developing countries, with the primary aim of eradicating poverty. It is a cornerstone of EU relations with the outside world and contributes to the objectives of EU external action – alongside foreign, security and trade policy (and international aspects of other policies like environment, agriculture and fisheries). EU action on development is based on the EU treaties and on the 2006 European Consensus on Development, which commits the EU Council, European Parliament and Commission to a common vision.

This book analyses various important aspects of methodolgy and substance regarding economic, social, and political policy in Eastern Europe directed toward achieving more effective, efficient, and equitable societal institutions. The chapters are authored by experts from within Eastern Europe and also from Eastern Europe research institutes elsewhere. The book combines practical policy significance with insightful causal and prescriptive generalizations. The emphasis is on the role of governmental decision-making and the important (but secondary) role of the marketplace, social groups, and engineering.Specific sets of chapters include one dealing with economic policy, emphasizing the transition to a market economy in Russia and Eastern Europe. Social policy chapters include migration patterns, ethnic conflict, educational change, and other aspects of social policy in post-socialist societies. The technology policy section emphasizes environmental policy in Russia and Eastern Europe. The chapters on political policy include electoral systems, political parties, political alienation, the transition from non-democratic regimes, and the role of the armed forces. The countries examined include Greece, the former Yugoslavia, Russia, Poland, and Easter Europe in general.