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Public policy transfer : Micro-dynamics and macro effects / edited by Magdaléna Hadjiisky, Leslei A. Pal, Christopher Walker.

Contributor(s): Hadjiisky, Magdaléna, 1969- [editor.] | Pal, Leslie Alexander, 1954- [editor.] | Walker, Christopher, 1962- [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New horizons in public policy: Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2017]Description: xvii, 341 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785368035; 1785368036.Subject(s): Policy sciences | Policy networks | Globalization | Globalization | Policy networks | Policy sciencesDDC classification: 320.6 HAD
Contents:
Traversing the terrain of policy transfer : theory, methods and overview / Magdaléna Hadjiisky, Leslie A. Pal and Christopher Walker -- Judicial reforms as a political enterprise : American transfer entrepreneurs in post-communist Bulgaria / Thierry Delpeuch and Margarita Vassileva -- Lean management in the French state and judicial system : resistance and reform / Cécile Vigour -- From state to market : regulation of road transport in Australia and South Africa / Christopher Walker -- Concerted horizontal policy transfer : how local action can drive national compliance to international norms / Céline Mavrot -- The Brazil-Mozambique experience in rural development : bringing conflict back into transfer studies / Carolina Milhorance -- Rule of law promotion : US and EU experiences in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Ukraine / Ramona Coman -- Competition in policy and institutional transfer : the EU and Russia in the 'contested neighbourhood' / Laure Delcour -- Participatory budgeting transfers in southern Africa : global players, regional organizations and local actors / Osmany Porto de Oliveira -- Whose ownership? : explaining EU-Tunisia policy transfer from a negotiation perspective / Federica Zardo -- What is transfer about? : framing the content : EU enlargement and trade union rights in Turkey Isil / Erdinç and Claire Visier -- Policy transfer 2.0 / David P. Dolowitz.
Action note: Legacy 2017Summary: Public Policy Transfer highlights how local adaptations and innovations contribute to ongoing policy development, as domestic policy-making activity becomes increasingly engaged with global networks. This work draws together various disciplinary perspectives that dominate the study of policy transfer, which have otherwise remained separate and distinct. This is the first book to analyze comparatively the micro-dynamics of transfer across regions, contrasting policy fields and multiple levels of governance. With authors from a wide range of disciplines such as law, development and policy studies, and various cases from Europe, Africa, Australia and South America, this book breaks new ground both theoretically and empirically. Unique to this work are the case studies examining policy transfer across countries within the Global North and Global South. This yields in-depth exploration of challenges and characteristics of transfer across emerging economies. Rooted in original research by policy specialists, this book provides fresh and arresting insights into the micro-dynamics as well as the macro-effects of policy transfer. Offering the richest comparative analysis of policy transfer to date, this book has global appeal to academics and students of public policy. The diverse range of case studies will make this book invaluable to policy practitioners and public officials. -- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 286-328) and index.

Traversing the terrain of policy transfer : theory, methods and overview / Magdaléna Hadjiisky, Leslie A. Pal and Christopher Walker -- Judicial reforms as a political enterprise : American transfer entrepreneurs in post-communist Bulgaria / Thierry Delpeuch and Margarita Vassileva -- Lean management in the French state and judicial system : resistance and reform / Cécile Vigour -- From state to market : regulation of road transport in Australia and South Africa / Christopher Walker -- Concerted horizontal policy transfer : how local action can drive national compliance to international norms / Céline Mavrot -- The Brazil-Mozambique experience in rural development : bringing conflict back into transfer studies / Carolina Milhorance -- Rule of law promotion : US and EU experiences in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Ukraine / Ramona Coman -- Competition in policy and institutional transfer : the EU and Russia in the 'contested neighbourhood' / Laure Delcour -- Participatory budgeting transfers in southern Africa : global players, regional organizations and local actors / Osmany Porto de Oliveira -- Whose ownership? : explaining EU-Tunisia policy transfer from a negotiation perspective / Federica Zardo -- What is transfer about? : framing the content : EU enlargement and trade union rights in Turkey Isil / Erdinç and Claire Visier -- Policy transfer 2.0 / David P. Dolowitz.

Public Policy Transfer highlights how local adaptations and innovations contribute to ongoing policy development, as domestic policy-making activity becomes increasingly engaged with global networks. This work draws together various disciplinary perspectives that dominate the study of policy transfer, which have otherwise remained separate and distinct. This is the first book to analyze comparatively the micro-dynamics of transfer across regions, contrasting policy fields and multiple levels of governance. With authors from a wide range of disciplines such as law, development and policy studies, and various cases from Europe, Africa, Australia and South America, this book breaks new ground both theoretically and empirically. Unique to this work are the case studies examining policy transfer across countries within the Global North and Global South. This yields in-depth exploration of challenges and characteristics of transfer across emerging economies. Rooted in original research by policy specialists, this book provides fresh and arresting insights into the micro-dynamics as well as the macro-effects of policy transfer. Offering the richest comparative analysis of policy transfer to date, this book has global appeal to academics and students of public policy. The diverse range of case studies will make this book invaluable to policy practitioners and public officials. -- Provided by publisher.

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