Analyzing Policy: Choices, Conflicts, and Practices

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W.W. Norton, 2000 - Political Science - 430 pages
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This is an advanced level textbook for third year students studying courses in public policy and public administration. It approaches the subject with plenty of material on how to do policy analysis, illustrating the mechanisms available for choosing policy. Conceptual foundations are described before students are introduced to possible conflicts between markets, democratic representatives and experts.

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Munger outlines the language used in and the tools for analyzing organizational policy. Decision-making in any political environment always depends on a range of criteria. This idea is demonstrated in ... Read full review

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Michael C. Munger is an associate professor of political science at Duke University. Professor Munger has also served as a policy analyst for the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C., and as president of the Public Choice Society from 1996-1998.

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