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Whether working in the community sector, research, advocacy or perhaps even government, individuals want to know how to get heard and how to have an impact on policy. The construction of public policy and its effects differs according to one’s position in the process.
In their new edited collection, Creating and Implementing Public Policy, co-editors Gemma Carey, Jo Barraket and Kathy Landvogt explore policy design and implementation as an interplay between politics, values, ideas and evidence: presenting a ‘toolbox’ of ideas, perspectives and strategies related to policy approaches and their translation for action.
The co-editors discuss their new book in a recent Routledge blog.