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Public Policy, Governance and Polarization

Making Governance Work

Public Policy, Governance and Polarization( )
Editor: Jesuit, David K.
Williams, Russell Alan
Series title:Routledge Critical Studies in Public Management Ser.
ISBN:978-1-317-19798-0
Publication Date:Jul 2017
Publisher:Routledge
Book Format:Ebook
List Price:USD $54.95
Book Description:

Polarization is widely diagnosed as a major cause of the decline of evidence-based policy making and public engagement-based styles of policy making. It creates an environment where hardened partisan viewpoints on major policy questions are less amenable to negotiation, compromise or change. Polarization is not a temporary situation - it is the "new normal."

Public Policy, Governance and Polarization seeks to provide a theoretical foundation for scholars and policy...
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Pages:234



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