Policy analysis: a rich array of country and comparative insights
Joselyn Muhleisen and
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2016, vol. 38, issue 3, 204-210
The International Library of Policy Analysis (ILPA) series, edited by Iris Geva-May and Michael Howlett, is a collection of books assessing the state of the discipline of policy analysis in eight countries. The books address the academic development of policy analysis, its practical applications, the diverse range of actors involved, and pertinent academic instruction. Alhough the state of policy analysis – and, importantly, the state of policy analysis scholarship – varies considerably in the countries studied, the series is able to sythesise existing knowledge through empirical research and institutional analyses of the governmental and non-governmental organisations that provide policy advice and analysis. This review considers the individual and collective contributions of the books to theory and practice.
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