The Evolution of Public Policy: Cars and the Environment

The Evolution of Public Policy: Cars and the Environment

The Evolution of Public Policy: Cars and the Environment

The Evolution of Public Policy: Cars and the Environment

Synopsis

A political scientist and two regional economists from Towson University trace the employee commute option through its stages from initial idea through enactment and implementation to evaluation and reformulation. The 1990 law mandated that large companies in metropolitan areas with severe ozone pollution reduce the number of their employees who drive to work alone. The analysis integrates the policy cycle model and the advocacy coalition framework. Paper edition (unseen), $19.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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