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Advancing the Study of Comparative Public Policy

Abstract : The concluding chapter emphasizes several central points and contributions of the book. It first provides a summary of the extent of the emerging infrastructure that the Comparative Agendas Project (CAP) has developed. It shows the many possibilities provided by this infrastructure, as illustrated by the comparative chapters in the volume. The chapter goes to discuss the achievements in terms of data collection and comparability. Finally, the chapter explores possible future directions of research for the CAP and, beyond, the field of comparative public policy. In particular, it could positively contribute to the study of the consequence of differences in bureaucratic structures. Similarly, the inclusion of media data has opened up new possibilities that have only just started to be explored. Finally, the study of “responsiveness” and its consequences for political behavior could also benefit from crossing, say, survey data with CAP data.
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Frank Baumgartner, Christian Breunig, Emiliano Grossman. Advancing the Study of Comparative Public Policy. Frank Baumgartner; Christian Breunig; Emiliano Grossman. Comparative Policy Agendas: Theory, Tolls and Data, Oxford University Press, pp.391 - 398, 2019, 9780198835332. ⟨hal-02381044⟩



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