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Social Innovation and Social Policy
Theory, Policy and Practice
Simone Baglioni and Stephen Sinclair
“This book puts the key concept of social innovation to the test by critically reviewing state-of-the-art scholarly research and practice-related case studies.”—Annette Zimmer, University of Münster, Germany
Paper $36.95


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Policy Analysis in France
Edited by Charlotte Halpern, Patrick Hassenteufel, and Philippe Zittoun
“French policy analysis has changed dramatically over the past generation, as has the study of public policy in France. This book is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand these changes. The coverage is encyclopedic; the contributors define the current state of the art; and the editors have brought it together into a coherent overview. It is a major contribution to the literature.”—Frank R. Baumgartner, University of North Carolina

International Library of Policy Analysis
Cloth $150.00

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How Does Collaborative Governance Scale?
Edited by Chris Ansell and Jacob Torfing
“This volume offers an unparalleled examination of the issues of scale and scaling in collaborative governance. The theoretical framework and case study illustrations provide invaluable insights to both scholars and practitioners.”—Tina Nabatchi, Syracuse University
Cloth $115.00

 

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Labour Market Policies in the Era of Pervasive Austerity
A European Perspective
Edited by Sotiria Theodoropoulou
“This edited volume provides the most exhaustive and systematic analysis of labour market policy reforms in Western and Eastern European countries during and after the 2007–8 financial crisis”—Tim Vlandas, University of Reading
Cloth $115.00


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Healthcare in Transition
Understanding Key Ideas and Tensions in Contemporary Health Policy
Alan Cribb
“Cribb is wise to healthcare’s civic context, astute about normative questions, and subtly person-centered. His elegant argument provides lucid guidance to the changing healthcare landscape.”—Joshua Hordern, University of Oxford
Paper $36.95

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Broken Benefits
What’s Gone Wrong with Welfare Reform?
Sam Royston
“This excellent book not only explains clearly how we got to the broken system we have but also what principles should guide its overhaul. An important book for all those making decisions about the benefits system and those hoping to influence those decisions.”—Naomi Eisenstadt, University of Oxford
Paper $26.00

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Substance not Spin
An Insider’s View of Success and Failure in Government
Nick Raynsford
“Few people can be better placed to write about housing’s place in politics and policy-making than Nick Raynsford.… His book will appeal to those interested in political science and policy studies as well as housing studies.”—Housing Studies  
Paper $29.95

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Delivering Social Welfare
Governance and Service Provision in the UK
Derek Birrell and Ann Marie Gray
“This is an excellent book. Informed, engaging, and comprehensive. Essential reading for those interested in keeping up to date with the changing environment of social policy and governance.”—Catherine Bochel, University of Lincoln
Paper $36.95