2 edition of electoral antecedents of policy innovations. found in the catalog.
electoral antecedents of policy innovations.
David W. Brady
Written in English
Taken from Comparative political studies, vol.20, no.4, 1988, pp. 395-422.
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The Dynamics of Policy Innovation and Paradigmatic Change Edited by Hideko Magara. In this innovative book, Hideko Magara brings together an expert team to explore both the possibilities and difficulties of transitioning from a neoliberal policy regime to an alternative regime through drastic policy innovations. The authors argue that, for more. The Role of Electoral Incentives for Policy Innovation: Evidence from the U.S. Welfare Reform* Andreas Bernecker Pierre C. Boyer Christina Gathmann§ This version: Abstract This paper shows that electoral incentives matter for the decision to implement novel policies. Our empirical setting is the period prior to and following the U.S.
Homeless in America describes various public and private shelter programs and, utilizing a unique scientific approach, discusses social and economic policy innovations aimed at independent living. The result is an invaluable resource for students in the social sciences, medicine, law, public policy, and social work, as well as for mental health Format: Hardcover. By far, the most important reforms taken up by the election commission on the advice of the Supreme Court is the mandatory disclosure of antecedents of the candidates. Today every candidate is required to declare his Criminal, Education, and Property Antecedents in the form while filing nominations. This leads to three major benefits, 1.
An innovation ought not only be characterized as such by virtue of its novelty to an organization, but that it is also motivated by a desire to create public value. Theorizing the characteristics of innovations in the public sector and their antecedents has been underway among scholars for several years. Electoral considerations compel political leaders to look to innovations to bolster their chances for reelection; they rely on their constituents and politically powerful state interest groups to identify promising policies and customize them : John A. Hird.
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This article explores the dilemma surrounding the general utility of realignment theory in analyzing the connection between elections and policy shifts; the theory Cited by: 4.
Book Description: The study of electoral realignments is one of the most influential and intellectually stimulating enterprises undertaken by American political scientists. Realignment theory has been seen as a science able to predict changes, and generations of students, journalists, pundits, and political scientists have been trained to be on.
The Role of Electoral Incentives for Policy Innovation: Evidence from the U.S. Welfare Reform We investigate whether the decision to experiment with novel policies is influenced by electoral incentives. Our empirical setting is the U.S.
welfare reform inwhich marked the most dramatic shift in social policy since the New : Andreas Bernecker, Pierre C. Boyer, Christina Gathmann. The Role of Electoral Incentives for Policy Innovation: Evidence from the U.S. Welfare Reform This paper shows that electoral incentives matter for the decision to implement novel : Andreas Bernecker, Pierre C.
Boyer, Christina Gathmann. Damanpour () defines innovation as „a new product or service, or a new process technology, a new structure or administrative system, or a new plan or program pertaining to organizational members.“ All innovations begin with an invention, which is the creation of new Size: KB.
The s saw an explosion of innovation and reform in electoral systems, especially as the new democracies in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the former Soviet Union began actively reforming their political and electoral systems and looking.
"Political Innovation in America has renewed the study of policy by giving political scioence a new perspective from which to approach the subject.
In the end, Polsby's study is as innovative in its approach and analysis as the very policies that it examines."—Richard J. Bozzelli, Harvard Journal on Legislation. (See, for example, the essays in Hall ) In this chapter, we investigate whether and how either liberal or restrictive international financial policies on capital account regulation spread globally, both through the direct effects of changes in global ideology on government policy and indirectly, through policy diffusion between other states.
A significant subset of innovations trigger outbreaks - the extremely rapid adoption of innovation across states.
The book demonstrates how variation in the characteristics of policies, the political and institutional traits of states, and differences among interest group carriers interact to produce distinct patterns of policy diffusion.
Thus the policy innovation literature produced contradictory results on the subject of whether governments exhibiting the trait of largeness or smallness were greater policy innovators.
The size of public sectors adopting administrative innovations has been studied as well over the last 30 years. sequences of a particular electoral system and the interests of the wider politi-cal system.
Consequently, while recognizing the practical constraints, we attempt to approach the issue of electoral system choices discussed in this hand-book in as broad and comprehensive a manner as possible.
Size: 1MB. This book provides a sophisticated and carefully articulated argument that reflects Jahn’s unique depth and breadth of knowledge regarding political and policy processes, on the one hand, and environmental degradation, on the other.
Explanations of policy innovation focus on extrinsic motivations, such as electoral advantage and economic competition. In terms of antecedents, public management and public policy scholars mainly focus on the macro-institutional environment, whereas e-government scholars show a greater interest in the individual.
University of Wisconsin–Madison. Barry C. Burden: is professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He is author of Personal Roots of Representation (Princeton University Press, ) and coauthor, with David C. Kimball, of Why Americans Split Their Tickets: Campaigns, Competition, and Divided Government (University of Michigan Press, ).
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Preview this book» What people are saying. BOOK REVIEWS innovations are adopted widely and some are not. The two principal influences on policy innovation are time constraints and electoral considerations affecting state officials. Unlike the traditional steps in a policy analysis, state policymakers cannot consider all possible.
), antecedents in the innovation process (RQ4, Sect ion for general and Section for adoption/diffusion) and outcomes (RQ5, S ect ion ). Finally, in Sectionwe describe the. The book explores, both theoretically and empirically, the possibility of transition to a new political economic paradigm by seeking feasible answers to questions such as: why has such a regime persisted for a long period of time despite its poor policy performance?; is it possible for democracy to overcome economic crisis through its electoral Cited by: 8.
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