Western approaches defined the twentieth-century emergence of policy studies as a distinctive scholarly field. In the twenty-first century, the â€œascendance of Asiaâ€ will demand critical reflection on how we define public policy, administration, and governance; what public policy entails; and how it is managed and implemented. Will Harold Lasswellâ€™s postwar vision of policy studies as a cross-cutting discipline capable of informing the decisions of industrial societies maintain salience? Or do the extraordinary changes wrought by globalization demand a new orientation for policy studies?
|Journal||Governance: an International journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|