Deliberative Policy Analysis
Maarten A. Hajer Hendrik Wagenaar
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Large-scale social and political changes have revolutionized policy-making. Traditionally, policy analysis has been state-centered, based on the assumption that central government is self-evidently the locus of government. However, policy-making is often carried out today in loosely organized networks of public authorities, citizen associations and private enterprises. The contributors to this book argue that democratic governance now calls for a new deliberatively-oriented policy analysis. They provide examples from around the world to demonstrate how this would work in practice.
Maarten A. Hajer, Hendrik Wagenaar, Judith Innes, David Booher, Patsy Healey, Claudio de Magelhaes, Ali Madanipour, John Pendlebury, Douglas Torgerson, Scott Noam Cook, David Laws, Martin Rein, Frank Fischer, Dvora Yanow, Herbert Gottweiss
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