The purpose of this text is to provide an introduction to the subject of, and scholarship within, comparative public policy. The book combines information about public policies in different countries with an explanation of the different frameworks that have been used to analyse these policies. It provides a detailed overview of the nature and variations in policy between states, across a range of key policy areas. These variations are analysed by separating government use of financial resources, powers of organization, use of authority and provision of information.
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