Chapter one - Policy Interventions.
Chapter two - Analysing Actors: Bill, Bruno and Anna.
Chapter three - Analysing the Policy Context.
Chapter four - Analysing Policy Values.
Chapter five - Analysing Policy Institutions: Courts, Bureaucracies and Budgets.
Chapter six - Policy Interventions and Networks.
Chapter seven - Policy Interventions and Organisations.
Chapter eight - Policy Interventions and Governance.
Chapter nine - Policy Interventions and Citizen Engagement.
Chapter ten - Policy Interventions and Accountability.
Chapter eleven - Conclusions: Understanding Interactions, Devising Interventions.
Mark Considine is Professor and Director at the Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne.
'Mark Considine has written an important contribution to the
literature on public policy that will be useful to academics and
practitioners alike. He demonstrates the importance of the policy
process and provides insights into policy-making that extend our
understanding of both politics and policy.'
Professor B. Guy Peters, Department of Political Science,
University of Pittsburgh
'Original and readable, Making Public Policy is a carefully
constructed and cohesive argument for intelligent and theoretically
informed policy analysis.'
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