4 edition of Public policy and private interests found in the catalog.
Public policy and private interests
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] D. C. Hague, W. J. M. Mackenzie, A. Barker.|
|Contributions||Hague, Douglas Chalmers., Mackenzie, W. J. M. 1909-, Barker, Anthony P.|
|LC Classifications||JC507 .P83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 433 p. :|
|Number of Pages||433|
|LC Control Number||76352769|
What is public policy? Definition of ‘Public policy and public policy making’ W. Fox. And Ivan H. Meyer  define policy as: a. A guide of action or statement of goals that should be followed in an institution to deal with a particular problem or phenomenon or a set of problems of phenomena. b. Introduction --The agricultural lobby --The policy process and interest representation --Agrarian protest and a grassroots lobby --Producers in Washington --Agribusiness: lobbying and adjustment --The other lobby: private views with a public interest --Consultants and experts --Coalition politics: dilemmas and choices --Issues, interests.
The private interest (or public choice) model, by contrast, suggests that government officials enact laws that are in their own private interest. It is important to know which model is a more accurate description of reality because the models have very different implications for our attitudes toward regulation. PART VI CONSTRAINTS ON PUBLIC POLICY Economic Constraints on Public Policy John Quiggin Political Feasibility: Interests and Power WilliamA. Galston Institutional Constraints on Policy Ellen M. Immergut Social and Cultural Factors: Constraining and Enabling Davis B. Bobrow Globalization and Public Policy
Public Values and Public Interest offers a direct theoretical challenge to the "utility of economic individualism," the prevailing political theory in the western world. The book's arguments are steeped in a practical and practicable theory that advances public interest as a viable and important measure in any analysis of policy or public. White Nationalism, Black Interests explains how and why white racism continues to play a central role in the setting of public policy and governmental priorities. Richly documented and well argued, White Nationalism, Black Interests is an extraordinary accomplishment in the field of black politics.
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‘In Public Policy and Private Interest Jim Chandler gives the public policy text book a much needed make-over. Chandler covers a wide range of thinkers, concepts and debates expertly and with a welcome lightness of touch.
The book will be an invaluable text for any undergraduate or masters level public policy course.’Author: J.A. Chandler. In this book, Gary Mucciaroni examines the shifting fortunes of economic interest groups in Washington.
He addresses such compelling questions as: Why do policymakers bestow benefits on these groups in some areas of public policy but refrain from doing so in others?Cited by: ‘In Public Policy and Private Interest Jim Chandler gives the public policy text book a much needed make-over.
Chandler covers a wide range of thinkers, concepts and debates expertly and with a welcome lightness of touch. The book will be an invaluable text for any undergraduate or masters level public policy course.’.
Because many farmers and economists fault federal agricultural policies for the current predicament, this book examines how recent policies, like the law, have been made and focuses on the key role that private interests play in the policy by: Book Description As a book on public policy, this book is unique in addressing explicitly the role of human nature.
Only with a good understanding of human nature can policy makers address their foremost needs and anticipate how people may respond to specific designs in policy. This way policy makers can avoid "unintended consequences.".
Public Policy and Private Interest explains the complexities of the policy making process in a refreshingly clear way for students who are new to this subject. The key topics it explains are: How policy originates, is refined, legitimised, implemented, evaluated and terminated in the forms of theoretical models of the policy process;Author: J.A.
Chandler. Public Policy and Private Interests The Institutions of Compromise. Authors; D. Hague; W. Mackenzie; A. Barker. “The approach of the book to interest groups and public policy is one of its great strengths.
The authors are on top of the literature, and have done a great deal of research of their own. I applaud their effort to keep theories, models and frameworks prominent in the chapters.
As the authors stress, covering agency rulemaking is very Reviews: 1. 2 days ago The Gated Republic: India’s Public Policy Failures and Private Solutions; Shankkar Aiyar, HarperCollins, ₹ The reviewer is in the IAS.
You have reached your limit for free articles this month. Public Interest and Private Interest. What motivates elected representatives and others in government.
The public-interest view of government sees government as composed of individuals who are motivated by a desire to serve the public by doing what is "right." The government emerges as an instrument that will (or can) improve society.
This groundbreaking new book argues that lobbying activity is not mainly a struggle among competing interests over highly collective goods; rather, it's the public provision of private goods.
This book draws on the scientific policy studies approach to develop a basic understanding of the policymaking process, which is here viewed as an inherently political process involving conflict and struggle among people (public officials and private citizens) with conflicting interests, values, and desires on policy issues.
The rise of the Conservative movement in the United States over the last two decades is evident in current public policy, including the passage of the Welfare Reform Act, the weakening of affirmative action, and the approval of educational vouchers for private schooling.
At the same time, new rules on congressional redistricting prohibit legislators from constructing majority black 2/5(1). This groundbreaking new book argues that lobbying activity is not mainly a struggle among competing interests over highly collective goods; rather, it's the public provision of private goods.
And more to the point, this shift in understanding influences our perception of the strengths and weaknesses of American democracy. Thoughtful, challenging, and timely, Public Values and Public Interest shows how the quest for fairness can once again play a full part in public policy debates and public.
Interest group - Interest group - Types of interests and interest groups: Interests and interest groups in all types of political systems can be placed broadly in five categories: economic interests, cause groups, public interests, private and public institutional interests, and non-associational groups and interests.
Economic interest groups are ubiquitous and the most prominent in all countries. The widespread condemnation of drastic price increases on life-saving drugs highlights our growing dependency on and vulnerability to international pharmaceutical conglomerates. However, aren’t the interests of the public supposed to supersede the pursuit of private profit?In his new work, Private Profits versus Public Policy, Joel Lexchin addresses this question as he examines how.
Summary: Examines the changing fortunes of economic interest groups in Washington. Compares and contrasts four policy areas - economic regulation, tax policy, agricultural subsidies, and trade protection. Illustrates how the fortunes of interest groups vary considerably across policies and over time.
Overview. Economist Lok Sang Ho in his Public Policy and the Public Interest argues that the public interest must be assessed impartially and, therefore, defines the public interest as the "ex ante welfare of the representative individual." Under a thought experiment, by assuming that there is an equal chance for one to be anyone in society and, thus, could benefit or suffer from a change, the.
Cumpără cartea Private Interests, Public Policy, and American Agriculture de William Paul Browne la prețul de lei, discount 8% cu livrare prin curier oriunde în România. White Nationalism, Black Interests explains how and why white racism continues to play a central role in the setting of public policy and governmental priorities.
Richly documented and well argued, White Nationalism, Black Interests is an extraordinary accomplishment in Reviews: 8.They might not have a realistic view of governmental/political processes or a feel for balancing public and private interests or understand the inherent contingency of policy efforts.As the use of public private partnerships continues to develop world-wide, both in the area of public policy and private financing and contracting, the Second Edition of this leading textbook: Captures and explains the latest approaches, providing a comprehensive all-round guide for those on both the public- and private-sector sides of the table.