Edited By: H Bressers
Networks models for analysing public policy have become widely used in recent years. This volume assesses the network idea by applying a common perspective on network analysis to the constellations involved in water policy formation and implementation in several countries - England and Wales, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands and the United States - and at the level of the European Union. In addition to offering lively studies of such contemporary developments as the privatization of water in England, the dynamics of transformation in the changing setting of Central Europe and the emergent policy influence of the European Union, this book is an important addition to the literature on policy networks, comparative policy and environmental policy.
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