In one of the first, in-depth empirical studies gauging the effectiveness of state export agencies, Frazier offers a close-up view of four states: Arkansas, Indiana, Michigan and Virginia. The book uses the theoretical framework of Mazmanian and Sabatier to examine how well the states develop an international business orientation. He also identifies important additional factors that should be considered in future program evaluations. A useful handbook for legislators, policy makers, administrators and students of program evaluation.
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