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The fifth estate : think tanks, public policy, and governance
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Éditeur Brookings Institution Press
Année cop. 2016
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The fifth estate : think tanks, public policy, and governance
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1 vol. (IX-230 pages) ; 24 cm
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McGann, James G., author. Fifth estate
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Classification Dewey
320.609 73
Contenu
Think tanks and governance in the United States ; The revolving door ; Think tanks in action : domestic policy case studies ; Think tanks in action : foreign policy case studies ; Think tanks and the Obama administration survey ; New challenges and trends facing US think tanks ; Conclusion ; Appendixes: A. The United States think tank field ; B. Categories of think tank affiliations ; C. United States think tank profiles ; D. Americans in government and think tanks
Résumé
"The Fifth Estate: Think Tanks, Public Policy, and Governance is a comprehensive look at think tanks and the important role they play in shaping public policy and public discourse in the United States. Author James G. McGann illustrates the lasting impact of think tanks in today's civil society. A survey that McGann conducted among all the leading think tanks in the United States highlights the progress that think tanks in the United States have made and the challenges they have yet to face. McGann clarifies the correlation between think tank research and the policies enacted by the past three presidential administrations by looking at case studies in both foreign and domestic policy. He also describes a phenomenon known as "the revolving door," where think tanks provide former government officials an opportunity to share insights from public service, remain involved in policy debates, and continue to provide advice and commentary. Based on the history and the level of involvement seen today, the influence of think tanks is unlikely to diminish in the coming years"--
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978-0-8157-2830-6
0-8157-2830-1
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