Designing Public Policies synopsis
This book provides a brief and accessible introduction to the principles and elements of policy design in contemporary governance. Howlett seeks to study in detail a set of objective and procedural policy tools that collectively constitute tools from which governments choose specific tools expected to solve policy problems.
Guide students through studying the tools used by governments to perform their tasks and adjust to their environments and modify them. This book discusses many of the current trends in the use of tools that are often associated with factors such as globalization and the increasingly modern network nature of society.
Examines the principles underlying the selection and use of specific types of tools in contemporary government. Detailed assessment of the advantages, disadvantages and justifications for the use of specific regulatory, regulatory and financial instruments and clear trends in their use.
Addresses tooltip issues (redesigned) in discussing future research. Policy design agenda.
This book provides an overview of this basic component of modern governance and presents useful definitions of basic concepts and additional readings, a necessary reading for all students of public policy, administration and public administration.
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