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Dolphins and Tuna, Shrimp and Turtles: An American Tale or Policymaking Goes Global?
The internationalization of what was once purely a matter of domestic policy and the domestication of what was once foreign policy leads to what might be regarded as a considerable expansion of policy networks or, more ...
Universal Preschool: Much to Gain but Who Will Pay?
This paper explores ways to finance a preschool program that would be universally available to all 4-year-olds in the country. Experts say that 4-year-olds have much to gain from a stimulating and nurturing preschool ...
The Devil May Be in the Details: How the Characteristics of SCHIP Programs Affect Take-Up
The paper explores whether the specific design of a states Childrens Health Insurance Program has contributed to its success in meeting two objectivesnamely, whether the program has been successful in reducing the ...
Changing Regulatory Systems
Discussions about national regulatory styles tend to compare the United States to other nations, and differences are often portrayed as other nations being harmonious and mutually accommodating and the United States ...
Policy Transfer Versus Varieties of Capitalism in Environmental Policy
This paper considers why interest in transfer policies from one country's government to another nation seems to be increasing.