Theory and Methods in Comparative Policy Analysis Studies: Volume One

1st Edition

Iris Geva-May, B. Guy Peters, Joselyn Muhleisen

Routledge
December 13, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 450 Pages
ISBN 9781138332737 - CAT# K393160
Series: Classics of Comparative Policy Analysis

was $155.00

USD$124.00

SAVE ~$31.00

Availabe for Pre-Order. This item will ship after December 13, 2019
Add to Wish List
FREE Standard Shipping!

Summary

Theory and Methods in Comparative Policy Analysis Studies contains chapters that address questions about theory and methodology in the comparative study of public policy.

Throughout the volume many chapters engage in theory building and framework elaboration. They point out the relevance of theoretical approaches drawn from the social sciences, as well as some approaches that are distinctive to policy analysis. Other chapters are concerned with addressing the utility of various comparative methodological approaches, and discuss developments in the methodology of policy analysis These chapters therefore form a foundation for understanding the importance, and the challenges, of comparative policy analysis and comparative policy studies.

Theory and Methods in Comparative Policy Analysis Studies will be of great interest to scholars of public policy and social science more generally. The chapters were originally published as articles in the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis and the volume is part of a four-volume series, the Classics of Comparative Policy Analysis, including Theories and Methods, Institutions and Governance, Regional Comparisons, and Policy Sectors.

Share this Title