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by James G. McGann,Anna Viden,Jillian Rafferty


384 pages 6 x 9 10 illus. Yet the relationship between these organizations and the policies they influence is not well understood.

James G. McGann is Assistant Director of the International Relations Program and Director of the Think Tank and Civil . McGann is Assistant Director of the International Relations Program and Director of the Think Tank and Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also author of several books, most recently Democratization and Market Reform in Developing and Transitional Countries: Think Tanks as Catalysts. Anna Viden is lecturer in international relations at the University of Pennsylvania. Saudi relations and . Mideast policy in general.

Think tanks and video. Life after core funding

Think tanks and video. Life after core funding. Think tanks and transparency. For full disclosure, McGann is a world-renowned expert on think tanks and the director of the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania. Hence, this book is informed by a more ambitious comparative effort, global in scope.

Yet the relationship between these organizations and the policies they influence is not well understood. How Think Tanks Shape Social Development Policies examines case studies drawn from a range of political and economic systems worldwide to provide a detailed understanding of how think tanks can have an impact on issues such as education policy, infrastructure, environment and sustainable development, economic reform, poverty alleviation, agricultural and land development, and social policy.

In this juncture, the publication of How Think Tanks Shape Social Development Policies .

For full disclosure, McGann is a world-renowned expert on think tanks and the director of the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania, which produces the most authoritative global ranking of these institutions.

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oceedings{McGann2014HowTT, title {How Think Tanks Shape Social Development Policies}, author {James G. McGann and Anna Raymond Viden and Jillian Rafferty}, year {2014} }. James G. McGann, Anna Raymond Viden, Jillian Rafferty. Preface Introduction: Social Development, Think Tanks, and Policy Advice PART I. EDUCATION Chapter 1. Brookings: The Case for Global Education -Rebecca Winthrop Chapter 2. CIPPEC: The Monitoring Project for the Law on Educational Funding -Florencia Mazzadra, Vanesa Weyrauch, and Maria Belen Sanchez PART II.

Inconclusive debates over the proper meaning of 'think tank' have ensued (McGann, Viden, & Rafferty, 2014). Inconclusive debates over the proper meaning of 'think tank' have ensued (McGann, Viden, & Rafferty, 2014). McGann is Assistant Director of the International Relations Program and Director of the Think Tank and Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania

How Thank Tanks Shape Social Development Policies examines case studies drawn from a range of political and economic systems worldwide to provide a detailed understanding of how think tanks can have an impact on issues of economic and social development.

Preface Introduction: Social Development, Think Tanks, and Policy .

Preface Introduction: Social Development, Think Tanks, and Policy Advice. PART I. CIPPEC: The Monitoring Project for the Law on Educational Funding -Florencia Mazzadra, Vanesa Weyrauch, and María Belén Sánchez.

Across the globe, there are more than four thousand policy institutes, or think tanks, that research or advocate for economic and social development. Yet the relationship between these organizations and the policies they influence is not well understood. How Think Tanks Shape Social Development Policies examines case studies drawn from a range of political and economic systems worldwide to provide a detailed understanding of how think tanks can have an impact on issues such as education policy, infrastructure, environment and sustainable development, economic reform, poverty alleviation, agricultural and land development, and social policy.

Each chapter provides an overview of the approaches and organizational structures of specific think tanks, as well as the political, economic, and social opportunities and the challenges of the environments in which they operate. The contributors study the stages of innovative think-tank-aided strategies implemented in highly industrialized world powers like the United States and Russia, emerging countries such as China, India, Brazil, and South Korea, and developing nations that include Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania. Accompanied by an extensive introduction to contextualize the history and theory of policy institutes, this comprehensive comparison of policy success stories will be instructive and transferable to other think tanks around the globe.

Contributors: Assefa Admassie, Celso Castro, Kristina Costa, Francisco Cravioto, Marek Dabrowski, Matt Dann, He Fan, Rajeev Gowda, Oh-Seok Hyun, Christian Koch, Jitinder Kohli, R. Andreas Kraemer, Elena Lazarou, William Lyakurwa, Ashwin Mahesh, Florencia Mezzadra, Partha Mukhopadhyay, Mcebisi Ndletyana, Sridhar Pabbisetty, Miguel Pulido, Marco Aurelio Ruediger, María Belén Sánchez, Dmitri Trenin, Samuel Wangwe, Vanesa Weyrauch, Maria Monica Wihardja, Rebecca Winthrop, Wang Xiaoyi.

How Think Tanks Shape Social Development Policies ebook
Author:
James G. McGann,Anna Viden,Jillian Rafferty
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Politics & Government
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University of Pennsylvania Press (June 9, 2014)
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384 pages
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