Comparative public policy is an area of interdisciplinary study which uses public policy as its major unit of analysis for comparison across different systems and institutions usually countries or governments it typically asks questions about how why and to what effect different governments pursue different or similar policies it faces . Comparative public policy is rooted in various social science theories and focused on the empirical analysis of policies how can policies and processes of policy making be analytically described and explained in tubingen we focus in particular on the analysis of economic and social policies in affluent democracies we analyse and compare policies across nations but also have a strong focus . Comparative public policy and administration regulation and governance executive politics among the groups strengths are its international outlook and its methodological and theoretical openness the group has a substantial breadth and diversity of interests including the study of public organisations policy instruments the interaction between politicians and bureaucrats . Comparative public policy provides the first truly systematic and comprehensive account of the transformation of the post war state in the advanced countries of the western world the author generates new research findings which show how the economic social and political changes of the post war era have reshaped modern public policy across the oecd region francis g castles examines the
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