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Public Policy Issues Research Trends
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Editors: Sophie J. Evans
Book Description:
In any society, governmental entities enact laws, make policies, and allocate resources. This is true at all levels. Public policy can be generally defined as a system of laws, regulatory measures, courses of action, and funding priorities concerning a given topic promulgated by a governmental entity or its representatives.

Individuals and groups often attempt to shape public policy through education, advocacy, or mobilization of interest groups. Shaping public policy is obviously different in Western-style democracies than in other forms of government. But it is reasonable to assume that the process always involves efforts by competing interest groups to influence policy makers in their favor.

A major aspect of public policy is law. In a general sense, the law includes specific legislation and more broadly defined provisions of constitutional or international law. There are many ways that the law can influence how survivors of violence against women are treated and the types of services they receive. Likewise, legislation identifies areas in which research grants can be funded and often determines the amount of funding allocated. Thus, it is not surprising that public policy debates occur over proposed legislation and funding. This new book analyzes different aspects of Public Policy from international researchers



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Chapter 0 - REVISITING LABOR SUPPLY: A SYNTHESIS OF ITS IMPLICATIONS, pp. 1-4
Authors / Editors: (Maryke Dessing)

Chapter 0 - POLICY, CREDIBILITY, AND DATA: A RESPONSE TO WELLS (2001), pp. 5-9
Authors / Editors: (Avraham M. Levi)

Chapter 0 - POLITICAL ECONOMY OF HEALTHCARE, pp. 11-15
Authors / Editors: (Brandon Roberts)

Chapter 0 - CHILDREN’S ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE: AWAKENING CALL, pp. 17-19
Authors / Editors: (Ralitsa B. Akins and Gilbert A. Handal)

Chapter 1 - NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES OF HUMAN VIOLENCE, AGGRESSION, AND HOMICIDE, pp. 21-66
Authors / Editors: (Denise Paquette Boots)

Chapter 2 - DISPARITIES IN CHILDREN’S ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE IN THE BORDER REGION: ISSUES, SOLUTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR HEALTHCARE POLICY MAKERS, pp. 67-109
Authors / Editors: (Ralitsa B. Akins and Gilbert A. Handal)

Chapter 3 - INTERCONNECTEDNESS AND THE INDIVIDUAL IN PUBLIC POLICY: FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS, pp. 111-165
Authors / Editors: (Nicole S. Porter, Nancy Bothne and Leonard Jason)

Chapter 4 - IMPROVING THE POLICE LINEUP, pp. 167-210
Authors / Editors: (Avraham M. Levi)

Chapter 5 - PUBLIC POLICY FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, pp. 211-239
Authors / Editors: (Oksana Mont and Carl Dalhammar)

Chapter 6 - RETHINKING ECONOMIC GROWTH: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS AND THE POST-ABUNDANCE ERA, pp. 241-261
Authors / Editors: (Maryke Dessing)

Chapter 7 - INTERACTION BETWEEN INVENTION AND PUBLIC POLICY, pp. 263-278
Authors / Editors: (Charles T. Stewart)

Chapter 8 - IMPACT OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LITIGATION ON PHYSICIAN SUPPLY: EVIDENCE FROM MISSISSIPPI, pp. 279-292
Authors / Editors: (Brandon Roberts and Euel Elliot)
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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008 - 1st Quarter
   ISBN: 978-1-60021-873-6
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