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Policy analysis in Ireland, edited by John Hogan and Mary P. Murphy.

Summary
Leading Irish academics and policy practitioners present a comprehensive study of policy analysis in Ireland. Contributors investigate the roles of the EU, the public, science, the media and gender expertise in policy analysis. This text examines policy analysis at different levels of government and identifies future challenges for policy analysis
Table Of Contents
Front cover -- Halftitle Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures, tables and boxes -- List of abbreviations -- Notes on contributors -- Editors' introduction to the series -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Preface -- One. Contextualising policy analysis in Ireland -- Part One: History, styles and methods of policy analysis in Ireland -- Two. The evolution of economic policy analysis in Ireland -- Three. The evolution of social policy analysis in Ireland: from a theocentric to an econocentric paradigm? -- Four. The changing policy analysis capacity of the Irish state -- Five. Introducing evidence into policy making in Ireland -- Part Two: Policy analysis at various levels of government: from local to the EU -- Six. Ireland's 'unique blend': local government and policy analysis -- Seven. Committees and the legislature -- Eight. Policy analysis in the civil service -- Nine. Europeanised policy making in Ireland -- Part Three: Think tanks, interest groups, political parties and gender-based policy analysis -- Ten. The social partners and the NESC: from tripartite dialogue via common knowledge events to network knowledge -- Eleven. Thinks tanks and their role in policy making in Ireland -- Twelve. Civil society organisations and policy analysis -- Thirteen. Political parties and the policy process -- Fourteen. Gender expertise and policy analysis -- Part Four: The public, science and the media: the wider policy analysis environment in Ireland -- Fifteen. Democratic innovations and policy analysis: climate policy and Ireland's Citizens' Assembly (2016-18) -- Sixteen. Irish science policy: a case study in evidence-based policy design for small open economies -- Seventeen. Media discourses on the economy in Ireland: framing the policy possibilities -- Index -- Back cover
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed.
Note
Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 17 Dec 2021)
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxiii, 270 pages), digital, PDF file(s).
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781447353256

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