Public Administration and Public Policy in Ireland: Theory and Methods

Synopsis

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to public policy and administration in Ireland, thereby bridging the gap between general texts on public policy and policy analysis and books on Irish politics. Each chapter covers one of the key issues in policy analysis, eg. rational choice, corporatism, and then illustrates this with an empirical Irish case study. With the inclusion of further reading, overviews of main concepts and source material, the editors provide a student-friendly textbook which fills an important gap in the available literature on Irish politics and public administration.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Mark Evans
  • Gary Murphy
  • Eoin O'Sullivan
  • Pat O'Connor
  • William K. Roche
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2003