It has been argued that ‘[c]omparative public policy is a young field, even younger than the systematic study of politics in the developing countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America. The hybrid of these two fields — comparative public policy in developing countries — is younger still’ (Horowitz, 1989: 197). This chapter considers exactly this ‘young field’, and how it departs from the approaches to public policy analysis that have been described in previous chapters.
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