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Author: B. Guy Peters,Brian W. Hogwood
ISBN13: 978-0198780106
Title: The Pathology of Public Policy
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Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 10, 1985)
Pages: 228

The Pathology of Public Policy by B. Guy Peters,Brian W. Hogwood



The Pathology of Public Policy, Oxford University Press, London and New York, 1985. ix + 218 pp. £1. 0, paper £. 5. Volume 15 Issue 3 - Stephen Harrison. The label ‘modernisation’, originally coined to signify reform within the Labour Party, has since 1997 increasingly been used as a descriptor of various facets of public policy. This paper addresses three questions, all in the context of health policy. What (if anything) is the impact of the notion of modernisation on NHS medical labour process, what is its substantive content, and how might. Drolet, New York, London: Springer, 2013, 168 pp. View full-text.

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2. 1. Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of otland. 2. Center for Public Policy Studies, Tulane UniversityNew OrleansUSA. Similarly, the recent interest in policy termination is partly misplaced since.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Policy Analysis for the Real World. By Brian W. Hogwood, Lewis A. Gunn. While the illustrations used in this book are mostly British, we feel that our general framework will be of interest to American students, particularly those who have previously thought of policy analysis as merely American politics rehashed, or as arcane mathematical techniques.

But, unlike medical pathology, there is no recognized system of classification for the malfunctioning of policymaking.

Governments, like people, suffer in various ways when their internal functions go awry. But, unlike medical pathology, there is no recognized system of classification for the malfunctioning of policymaking. Building on the analogy between the human body and the body politic, this intriguing study uses the language of medical pathology to investigate the disorders some governments suffer in making and implementing public policy. Seven categories of pathologies are discussed--from congenital disorders and delusions to obesity and terminal illness--in light of the dynamics of the disease process, diagnosis and suggested treatment, and the potential dangers of the treatment itself. In comparing policy anaysts with doctors, the authors are careful to emphasize those features of the medical profession that should be avoided, as well as those to be cultivated, by policymakers.