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Policy Analysis in Canada
Edited by Laurent Dobuzinskis and Michael Howlett
“A collection of outstanding and original essays on the practice, profession, pedagogy, science, and art of policy analysis in Canada.”—Leslie A. Pal, Carleton University, Canada
Paper $42.95


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Policy Analysis in Turkey
Edited by Caner Bakir and G√ľne Ertan
“This book will be an important resource for scholars and lecturers of public policy in Turkey and a great resource to compare with policy analysis in the US, Canada, and UK primarily.”—Naim Kapucu, University of Central Florida
Cloth $150.00

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Leading Public Sector Innovation
Co-Creating for a Better Society
Christian Bason
“Bason has consistently been on the cutting edge of thinking about how public services can keep ahead of the pressures of change. This book is very timely, drawing on examples from around the world and showing how public services can work with citizens to create better and more cost effective solutions to their needs.”—Geoff Mulgan, Chief Executive, Nesta, UK
Paper $39.95

 

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The Future for Health Promotion
Colin Palfrey
“Palfrey’s critical analysis of health promotion is refreshingly clear and thought-provoking. It is an excellent read for both faculty and students of the subject.”—Rob Baggott, De Montfort University
Paper $42.95


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Understanding the Mixed Economy of Welfare
Edited by Martin Powell
Understanding the Mixed Economy of Welfare offers a coherent and comprehensive account of MEW in Britain both in policy and in policy studies, while offering useful insights to other conceptualisations. Presented in a very accessible way, it is of interest both to academics and students.”—Social Policy, praise for the first edition
Understanding Welfare: Social Issues, Policy and Practice
Paper $36.95

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The Politics of Compassion
Immigration and Asylum Policy
Ala Sirriyeh
“This lucid, useful book throws new light on how we think about migration. It deftly links theory and evidence to explain the ‘compassionate refusal’ used to justify exclusionary migration policies.”—Hannah Jones, University of Warwick
Cloth $115.00

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Understanding Social Security
Edited by Jane Millar and Roy Sainsbury
“Fully updated to reflect a rapidly changing policy landscape, this engaging volume provides a valuable overview of social security in the UK. Combining policy discussion with empirical evidence, including insights from qualitative research, it will prove an essential resource for students.”—Kitty Stewart, London School of Economics and Political Science
Paper $49.50



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