Comparative policy agendas [electronic resource] : theory, tools, data / edited by Frank R. Baumgartner, Christian Breunig, and Emiliano Grossman.

Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2019.
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Policy sciences.
Political planning.
Cover; Comparative Policy Agendas: Theory, Tools, Data; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Contributors; Part I: Roots, Foundations, and Evolution; 1: The Comparative Agendas Project: Intellectual Roots and Current Developments; 1.1 Roots and Goals of the Comparative Agendas Project; 1.2 Using Agendas to Study Public Policy across and within Nations; 1.3 Comparative Policy Agendas as a Field of Study; 1.4 The Current State of the CAP Infrastructure; 1.5 Structure of the Book; References
2: Gone Fishing: The Creation of the Comparative Agendas Project Master Codebook2.1 The Comparative Agendas Project: A Philosophy and a Beginning; 2.1.1 But What Is CAP Data?; 2.1.2 Coding Limited by Design; 2.1.3 Policy Not Targets? Terrorism and the Economic Crisis; 2.2 Coding through Compromise: The CAP Master Codebook; 2.2.1 The Master Codebook Process; 2.2.2 The Devil in the Details; 2.2.3 A Cold War Mentality: Addressing the Country and Regional Subtopics; 2.3 The Validity of Policy Differences; 2.3.1 Defense Policy: The United States vs Switzerland
2.3.2 Culture: Something France Has and the United Kingdom Does Not?2.3.3 Universal Health: Policy Attention; 2.4 Conclusion; Acknowledgements; Notes; References; 3: The Comparative Agendas Project: The Evolving Research Interests and Designs of the CAP Scholarly Community; 3.1 What CAP Scholars Are Interested in; 3.2 Designs Used by CAP Scholars; 3.3 Conclusion: Past and Future of the Comparative Agendas Project; Note; References; Part II: Country Projects; 4: The Australian Policy Agendas Project; 4.1 The Australian Political System; 4.2 Datasets of the Australian Policy Agendas Project
4.2.1 Legislation4.2.2 Governor-General's Speeches (1945-2013); 4.2.3 Opposition Questions; 4.2.4 The Media; 4.2.5 Public Opinion; 4.2.6 The High Court of Australia; 4.3 An Example; Notes; References; 5: The Belgian Agendas Project; 5.1 The Belgian Agendas Project; 5.2 The Belgian Political System; 5.3 Belgian Datasets Description; 5.4 Focus of the Belgian Project; 5.5 Example: State Reform; Notes; References; 6: The Canadian Agendas Project; 6.1 The Canadian Political System; 6.2 Canadian Political Agendas; 6.3 Contributions of the Project and Perspectives; References
7: Croatian Political Agendas7.1 Introduction; 7.2 The Croatian Political System; 7.3 Datasets; 7.4 Specificities; 7.5 Automated Classification Procedure; 7.6 Example: Government Confidentiality Policies; References; 8: The Danish Agendas Project; 8.1 The Danish Political System; 8.2 Datasets; 8.3 Parliamentary Data Series; 8.4 Local Government Agendas; 8.5 Major Findings from the Danish Project; Notes; References; 9: The French Agendas Project; 9.1 The French Political System; 9.2 Datasets; 9.3 Specificities and Perspectives; Note; References; 10: Political Agendas in Germany
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Baumgartner, Frank R., 1958- editor.
Breunig, Christian, editor.
Grossman, Emiliano, editor.
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