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Les experts les plus consultés aux Etats-Unis : l’hypothèse d’une ‘péri-administration’ : Le cas des politiques de protection maladie (1970-2010)

Abstract : This article analyzes the policy experts that have been the most consulted by US policymakers on health care reforms since the 1970s. It shows that since then, these actors, despite being attached to various non-governmental organizations, have represented a recruiting ground of advisors and appointees from which US policymakers can choose. The article argues that this specific system of expertise, coined “peri-administration”, is in the US political system a resource in many aspects similar to European high civil service. Highlighting it meets the recent efforts to reconceptualize the US government by taking into account actors located outside of federal institutions.
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Ulrike Lepont. Les experts les plus consultés aux Etats-Unis : l’hypothèse d’une ‘péri-administration’ : Le cas des politiques de protection maladie (1970-2010). Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2016, 66 (6), pp.887 - 913. ⟨hal-01466171v2⟩

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