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Policy analysis in France

Charlotte Halpern, Patrick Hassenteufel and Philippe Zittoun
Editeur : Policy Press
Collection : International Library of Policy Analysis
Janvier 2018
ISBN : 978-1447324218
352 pages

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[en] Policy analysis in France lays the foundation for a more systematic understanding of policy analysis in the country. In doing so, the volume discusses the role of the State and its restructuring, processes of government and governance, and State-Society relationships and policies as both a process and an outcome. Through 18 chapters contributions focus on policymakers, their practices, ideas and discourses, how they engage in sustained relationships with a large variety of market and society actors, and the concrete devices they use in order to make policy objectives operational. This is a comprehensive study of policy analysis in France that will be valuable to academics and postgraduate students researching and studying a range of policy and public management areas.

. Charlotte Halpern, Sciences Po, Centre d’Etudes Européennes (CEE), CNRS, Paris
. Patrick Hassenteufel,
Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye, laboratoire PRINTEMPS (université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, CNRS)
. Philippe Zittoun, LAET-ENTPE (Université de Lyon)