Health Policy Reform in America: Innovations from the States

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Notes
1.
Frances S. Berry and William D. Berry, "State Lottery Adoption as Policy Innovations: An Event History Analysis," American Political Science Review 84 ( 1990): 395-415; Virginia Gray, "Innovation in the States: A Diffusion Study," American Political Science Review 67 ( 1973): 1174-1185; Jack Walker, "Diffusion of Innovation," American Political Science Review 63 ( 1969): 880-899; Jack Walker , "Comment: Problems in Research on the Diffusion of Policy Innovations," American Political Science Review 67 ( 1973): 1186-1191.
2.
Berry and Berry, "State Lottery Adoption as Policy Innovations," Robert S. Erikson , Gerald C. Wright Jr., and John P. McIver, "Political Parties, Public Policy, and State Policy in the United States," American Political Science Review 83 ( 1989): 729-750; David Klingman, and William W. Lammers, "The 'General Policy Liberalism' Factor in American State Politics," American Journal of Political Science 28 ( 1984): 598-610; Gerald C. Wright Jr., Robert Erikson, and John P. McIver , "Public Opinion and Policy Liberalism in the American States," American Journal of Political Science 31 ( 1987): 980-1001; Gerald C., Wright Jr., Robert S. Erikson, and John McIver, "Measuring State Partisanship and Ideology of Survey Data," Journal of Politics 47 ( 1985): 469-489.
3.
James P. Lester, J. L. Franke, Ann O'M. Bowman, and Kenneth W. Kramer , "Hazardous Wastes, Politics, and Public Policy: A Comparative State Analysis," Western Political Quarterly 36 ( 1983): 257-285; Malcolm L. Goggin, Policy Design and the Politics of Implementation: The Case of Child Health Care in the United States ( Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1987); Malcolm L. Goggin , Ann O'M. Bowman, James P. Lester, and Laurence J. O'Toole Jr. Implementation Theory and Practice: Toward a Third Generation ( Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman/Little, Brown, 1990).
4.
Robin Scott MacStravic, Forecasting Use of Health Services: A Provider's Guide, ( Rockville, MD: Aspens Systems Corporation, 1984).
5.
Malcolm L. Goggin, Ann O'M. Bowman, James P. Lester, and Laurence J. O'Toole Jr. , Implementation Theory and Practice; Malcolm L. Goggin and Steven Laubacher, "Administrative Initiative in Policy Implementation: Mental Retardation Deinstitutionalization Policy in Texas," Paper presented at the 1990 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.
6.
Malcolm L. Goggin, Policy Design and the Politics of Implementation.
7.
Ibid.
8.
Robert Rich, "Implementing Mental Health Policy at the Federal and State Levels," Paper presented at the 1981 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association: 52.
9.
Ibid., 53.
10.
Malcolm L. Goggin, "The 'Too Few Cases/Too Many Variables' Problem in Implementation Research," Western Political Quarterly 38 ( 1986): 328-347; Malcolm L. Goggin, Ann O'M. Bowman, James P. Lester, and Laurence J. O'Toole Jr. , Implementation Theory and Practice.
11.
Steven Laubacher, "Administrative Initiative in Policy Implementation: Mental Retardation Deinstitutionalization Policy in Texas," (Ph.D. diss., Univer

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