An Institutional Framework for Policymaking: Planning and Population Dispersal in Israel
By: Matt Evans (author)Paperback
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An Institutional Framework for Policymaking offers a new approach to the study of institutions and adds to the growing body of literature in the field of 'new institutionalism.' Dr. Matt Evans utilizes previous characterizations of institutions to analyze the framework affecting policymaking and the tools used for policy implementation. In examining the effect of institutional change on public policy, this book compares the implementation of population dispersal policy in Israel over two fifteen-year periods. The first period, which includes the years between 1951 and 1965, was characterized by limited electoral competition and societal values that emphasized collective over individual interests. By contrast, the period from 1988 to 2002 constituted a framework of heightened political competition and public policies geared toward individual and group interests. An Institutional Framework for Policymaking provides a critical examination of the role of coercion in public policy, and provides insight into the relevance of national plans and their effectiveness in modern governance.
The research in this book will appeal to scholars of political science, public policy, and urban planning.
Matt Evans is a Post Doctoral Fellow at Northwestern University in the Political Science Department. Prior to receiving his Ph.D. in Politics and Government he worked as an urban planner in Israel and the United States.
Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Section I-Theoretical Background Chapter 3 Institutional Frameworks Chapter 4 Policy Tools Chapter 5 Policy Implementation: Technocrats and Planning Part 6 Section II-The Changing Institutional Framework Chapter 7 Period I: 1951-1965 Chapter 8 Interim Period: Process of Institutional Change Chapter 9 Period II: 1988-2002 Part 10 Section III-Population Dispersal Policy in Period I Chapter 11 Development of Policy Issues Chapter 12 Policy Principles and Goals in Period I Chapter 13 Policy Implementation: Means & Effectiveness Part 14 Section IV-Population Dispersal Policy in Period II Chapter 15 Development of Policy Issues Chapter 16 Policy Principles and Goals in Period II Chapter 17 Policy Implementation: Means & Effectiveness Chapter 18 Analysis & Conclusion
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