Framed within the context of comparative international policy
discussions, this volume examines how recent public policy design
has been influenced by combinations of market based, regulatory and
legal mechanisms. Five major public policy areas are discussed:
health, education, environment, gun control, and budgeting. The
contributors identify competing forces in policy design and
implementation and then investigate the benefits of accessible
policy structures and policy making processes. They ask whether
recent changes in policy design have been beneficial to the public.
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