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The Routledge Handbook of Policy Styles

Michael Howlett (Redaktør) ; Jale Tosun (Redaktør)

This Handbook provides a systematic overview of the study of policy styles provided by leading experts in the field.


The book unites theoretical bases and advancements in practice, ranging from the fundamentals of policy styles to its place in greater policy studies, and responds to new questions regarding policy style dynamics across a range of government levels and activities, including contemporary trends affecting styles such as the use of digital tools and big data in government. Les mer
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This Handbook provides a systematic overview of the study of policy styles provided by leading experts in the field.


The book unites theoretical bases and advancements in practice, ranging from the fundamentals of policy styles to its place in greater policy studies, and responds to new questions regarding policy style dynamics across a range of government levels and activities, including contemporary trends affecting styles such as the use of digital tools and big data in government. It is a comprehensive reference for students and scholars of public policy.


Key features:








consolidates and advances the contemporary body of knowledge on policy styles and defines its distinctiveness within broader policy studies;







provides a detailed picture of national policy styles in a wide range of countries as well as insights concerning sectoral and other kinds of styles within countries, including executive styles and styles of policy advice;







systematically explores questions dealing with how policy styles impact policy goals, and the realization of policies, including how styles affect instruments choices and impact;







provides a guide to future comparative research pathways and cross-sectoral dialogue on the concept and practice of policy styles.





The Routledge Handbook Policy Styles is essential reading and an authoritative reference for scholars, students, researchers and practitioners of public policy, public administration, public management as well as for comparative politics and government, public organizations and individual policy areas such as health policy, welfare policy, industrial policy, environmental policy, among others.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction: Studying Policy Styles at the National Level and Beyond


Michael Howlett and Jale Tosun





Section 1: Institutional Styles





Part 1: National Policy Styles: Concepts and Cases





2. National Policy Styles in Theory and Practice


Michael Howlett and Jale Tosun





3. Adversarial Legalism and the American Style of Policymaking


Jeb Barnes





4. Experimentalism as a Policy Style: The Case of China


Jiwei Qian





5. From the 'Rationalist Consensus' to 'Exclusive Incrementalism': The 'New' German Policy Style


Reimut Zohlnhoefer and Jale Tosun





6. Authoritarism as a Policy Style


Aziz Burkhanov





Part 2: Sectoral Policy Styles: Concepts and Cases





7. The Concept of a Sectoral Policy Style


Paul Cairney





8. Three Worlds of Social Policy Styles: Lasting Legacies or a Thing of the Past?


Alexander Horn and Jennifer Shore





9. Policy Styles in Healthcare: Understanding Variations in Health Systems


Azad Singh Bali and Adam Hannah





10. Operationalising and Explaining Environmental Policy Styles


Jale Tosun and Marc Debus





11. Finance and Monetary Policy Styles


Caner Bakir and M. Kerem Coban





Part 3: Administrative and Governance Styles





12. The Concept of Administrative Styles


Louisa Bayerlein, Christoph Knill and Dionys Zink





13. The Styles of Civil Service Systems


John Halligan





14. Empirically Assessing Administrative Styles as Bureaucratic Routines


Louisa Bayerlein, Christoph Knill, Yves Steinebach and Dionys Zink





15. Convergence in Administrative Implementation Styles in the European Union?


Mark Wiering and Tetty Havinga





16. Governance Styles: Re-thinking Governance and Public Policy


Michael Howlett, Giliberto Capano and M. Ramesh





Section 2: Process Styles





Part 4: Agenda-Setting Styles





17. Media-driven Agenda-setting Styles


Max Groemping





18. Interest Groups and Agenda Setting Styles


Darren R. Halpin and Bert Fraussen





19. The Politics of Parliamentary Agenda-Setting Styles


Shaun Bevan, Enrico Borghetto and Henrik Seeberg





Part 5: Formulation, Advisory and Design Styles





20. Policy Formulation Styles: Policy Design and Non-Design


Michael Howlett and Ishani Mukherjee





21. Policy Over- and Underreaction as Policy Style


Moshe Maor





22. Styles of Policy Advice: A Typology for Comparing the Standard Operating Procedures for the Provision of Policy Advice


David Aubin and Marleen Brans





Part 6: Executive and Leadership Decision-Making Styles





23. Executive Policy Styles


Christopher A. Cooper and Patrik Marier





24. Leaders' and Managers' Decision-making Styles


Maria Tullia Galanti





25. Varieties of Executive Styles


Kai Wegrich





Part 7: Implementation Styles





26. Instruments and Implementation Styles


Michael Howlett, Anthony Perl and M. Ramesh





27. Regulatory Styles and Their Implications


Christian Adam and Steffen Hurka





28. Implementation Style Dynamics: Changing Patterns of Instrument Choice over Time?


Michael Howlett





Part 8: Evaluation Styles





29. When Policy Learning meets Policy Styles


Claire A. Dunlop and Claudio M. Radaelli





30. Participatory vs Expert Evaluation Styles


Fritz Sager and Celine Mavrot





31. Policy Evaluation Styles


Fabrizio De Francesco and Valerie Pattyn





Conclusion


32. Institutional and Process Dimensions of Policy Styles: Key Insights


Michael Howlett and Jale Tosun

Om forfatteren

Michael Howlett is Burnaby Mountain Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in the Department of Political Science at Simon Fraser University, Canada.


Jale Tosun is Professor at the Institute of Political Science, Heidelberg University, Germany.