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245 04 The tools of policy formulation :|bactors, capacities, 
       venues and effects /|cedited by Andrew J. Jordan (Tyndall 
       Centre for Climate Change Research, School of 
       Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK), 
       John R. Turnpenny (School of Politics, Philosophy, 
       Language and Communication Studies, University of East 
       Anglia, UK) 
264  1 Cheltenham, UK ;|aNorthampton, MA, USA :|bEdward Elgar 
       Publishing Limited,|c[2015] 
264  4 |c2015 
300    xvii, 301 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  New horizons in public policy 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  |tThe tools of policy formulation : an introduction /
       |rJohn R. Turnpenny, Andrew J. Jordan, David Benson and 
       Tim Rayner --|tParticipatory assessment : tools for 
       empowering, learning and legitimating? /|rMatthijs 
       Hisschemöller and Eefie Cuupen --|tScenarios : tools for 
       comping with complexity and future uncertainty? /|rMarta 
       Pérez-Soba and Rob Maas --|tIndicators : tools for 
       informing, monitoring or controlling? /|rMarkku Lehtonen -
       -|tComputerized models : tools for assessing the future of
       complex systems? /|rMartin K. van Ittersum and Barbara 
       Sterk --|tMulti-criteria analysis : a tool for going 
       beyond monetization? /|rCatherine D. Gamper and Catrinel 
       Turcanu --|tCost-benefit analysis : a tool that is both 
       useful and influential? /|rGiles Atkinson --|tPolicy 
       formulation, policy advice and policy appraisal : the 
       distribution of analytical tools /|rMichael Howlett, Seck 
       L. Tan, Andrea Migone, Adam Wellstead and Bryan Evans --
       |tThe use of policy formation tools in the venue of policy
       appraisal : patterns and underlying motivations /|rJohn R.
       Turnpenny, Andrew J. Jordan, Camilla Adelle, Stephan 
       Bartke, Thomas Bournaris, Petrus Kautto, Hanna Kuittinen, 
       Lars Ege Larsen, Christina Moulogianni, Sanna-Riikka 
       Saarela and Sabine Weiland --|tPolicy formation tool use 
       in emerging policy spheres : a developing country 
       perspective /|rSachin Warghade --|tThe effects of targets 
       and indicators on policy formation : narrowing down, 
       crowding out and locking in /|rChristina Boswell, Steve 
       Yearly, Colin Fleming, Eugénia Rodrigues and Graham 
       Spinardi --|tThe use of computerized models in different 
       policy formulation venues : the MARKAL energy model /
       |rPaul Upham, Peter Taylor, David Christopherson and Will 
       McDowall --|tThe tools of policy formation : new 
       perspectives and new challenges /|rAndrew J. Jordan, John 
       R. Turnpenny, and Tim Rayner. 
520    Policy analysts are accustomed to thinking in terms of 
       tools and instruments. Yet an authoritative examination of
       the tools which have been developed to formulate new 
       policies is missing. This book is the first of its kind to
       distinguish the defining characteristics of the main 
       policy formulation tools, and offer a fresh way of 
       understanding how, why and by whom they are selected, as 
       well as the effects they produce in practice. The editors 
       bring together thirteen specially commissioned chapters 
       that, for the first time, explore the tools and their 
       features in a comparable fashion, including: scenarios, 
       indicators, computerised models, cost-benefit and multi-
       criteria analysis. They develop a novel analytical 
       framework for understanding the form and function of the 
       main tools, which encompasses definitions of key terms, a 
       typology and relevant theoretical explanations. This book 
       will appeal to postgraduate students, scholars and 
       researchers of policy analysis, public policy, decision 
       making and public management. It will also encourage 
       developers and practitioners of policy formulation tools 
       to reflect critically on their work 
650  0 Policy sciences 
700 1  Jordan, Andrew,|d1968-|eeditor 
700 1  Turnpenny, John,|eeditor 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tTools of policy formulation.
       |dCheltenham : Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd., 2015|z9781783477043
830  0 New horizons in public policy 
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