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Creating and Implementing Public Policy

Cross-sectoral debates

Creating and Implementing Public Policy by Gemma Carey
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In order to address major social policy problems, governments need to break down sectoral barriers and create better working relationships between practitioners, policymakers and researchers. Currently, major blockages exist, and stereotypes abound. Academics are seen as out-of-touch and unresponsive, policymakers are perceived to be justifying policy decisions, and the community sector seeks more funding without demonstrating efficacy. These stereotypes are born out of a lack of understanding of the work and practices that exist across these three sectors.

Drawing on ground-breaking research and partnerships, with contributions from senior public servants, this book explores the competing demands of different actors involved in policy change. It challenges current debates, assumptions and reflects a unique diversity of experiences. Combined with differing theoretical perspectives, it provides a uniquely practical insight for those seeking to influence public policy.

This innovative text provides essential reading for community sector practitioners, academics and advanced level students in public policy, social policy and public administration, as well as for public service professionals.

Taylor and Francis; December 2015
266 pages; ISBN 9781317615798
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Title: Creating and Implementing Public Policy
Author: Gemma Carey; Kathy Landvogt; Jo Barraket
 
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9781138806504
9781317615798
9781317615804