By Richard Rose
This textbook deals a clean method of the learn of comparative politics and public coverage. rather than targeting why international locations range, studying From Comparative Public coverage explores how international locations can examine from one another in regards to the luck and failure of coverage projects. With its idea and guidance concentration, the vigorous narrative analyzes the cultural and assets difficulties all for uploading rules, and the jobs of associations, regulators, imagine tanks and experts.In addition to explaining the foremost tenets of coverage research, the across the world popular writer deals a wide selection of foreign case experiences and necessary bins to focus on examples. worthy analyzing for college kids of public coverage, for coverage makers and practioners operating within the public area, it includes:* studying from comparability* defining an issue and growing information* the place to seem for classes* using the coverage version* the issues of uploading types* utilizing phrases to guage destiny outcomes.
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Across a government’s range of public policies, there are big differences between programmes. For example, programmes for national parks have little in common with education programmes, and neither has much in common with defence measures. , 2001: 5). A fundamental reason for looking to other nations for lessons is that differences between programmes within a country are often greater than those between programmes addressing the same problem in different countries. For example, programmes to supply clean water to cities in different OECD countries have more in common than do any one government’s programmes to train primary school teachers and to supply clean water.
Policymaking is not simply problem-solving. It is also a matter of setting up and deﬁning problems in the ﬁrst place. Charles Anderson, ‘The Logic of Public Problems’ Politicians like to be associated with success. As long as almost everyone concerned with a programme is satisﬁed, the diagnosis is simple: no problem. In such circumstances there is no need to think about changing the programme and even less to seek lessons from abroad. A programme does not have to be internationally outstanding to produce contentment; it is sufficient for it to be considered ‘good enough’.
In the absence of such an external stimulus, policymakers can regard an existing programme as satisfactory without any evidence to support their judgement. Evaluating a programme against a benchmark standard will show whether, or to what extent, satisfaction is justified. Insofar as the results are positive, the process endorses the predisposition to ignore what is done abroad. But insofar as benchmarking shows that a programme producing domestic satisfaction is not so successful as others evaluated by the same standard, benchmarking can stimulate policymakers to adopt improvements by learning from comparable countries that do do better (Lundvall and Tomlinson, 2002; Rose, 2003a).
Learning From Comparative Public Policy: A Practical Guide by Richard Rose