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Public Policy. Graham [Ch 8 in Wiarda]. 4 elements. process complexity & sectors cross-national central state. Graham’s study. role of state in “late modernizers” 15 yr study of devlpt program adminstration Intergovernment management experience Mex, Portugal, Romania (+Braz & FYR)

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public policy

Public Policy

Graham [Ch 8 in Wiarda]

4 elements
4 elements
  • process
  • complexity & sectors
  • cross-national
  • central state
graham s study
Graham’s study
  • role of state in “late modernizers”
    • 15 yr study of devlpt program adminstration
  • Intergovernment management experience
  • Mex, Portugal, Romania (+Braz & FYR)
  • Note demands on time for interviews
    • 311 semi-structured & exploratory
focus
Focus
  • Functional field systems
  • Integrated prefectural systems
  • Unintegrated prefectural systems
systems
Systems
  • FFS: extensive decentralization
    • FYR, Brazil, US
  • IPS: prefect reports to centre
    • CommE.Eur, pre 74 Portugal
  • UPS: delegation to region office
    • Mex, post 74 Portugal
cross culture
Cross-culture
  • reliance on state in mixed & socialist
    • FYR devolved
    • Mex raionalized
    • Port/Rom insured local autonomy
  • Thousands of programs
    • no significant reduction of state activity
study
Study
  • Focus on policy implementation
  • Dependent v = dev policy across time
    • “allocation of $ to accomplish public goals
  • Independent v’s
    • 1 econ/pol structure
    • 2 admin org
    • 3 role expectations of bureaucrats
indicators
Indicators
  • 1 practices in allocation/ status of individuals and groups/ infor and compliance mechanisms/ authority patterns
    • [how to measure?]
  • 2 pub orgs and sub-units
  • 3 ideology/ soc norms/ org. values/ reference group ID
questions
Questions
  • What resources 1966-81
    • what determined policy
    • who was involved
    • what was impact
    • feedback
  • [implementation focus??!]
overcoming obstacles
Overcoming obstacles
  • Resistance to interviews
  • “limited anticipated results”! [182]
  • don’t be tied to interview guide
findings
Findings
  • Sub-national unit more effective unit of analysis than community
  • unitary/federal best predictor of program implementation differences
  • interesting interaction regional/fed
  • unbalanced devlpt
  • field admin best way to get at central/decentralized mix
back to basics
Back to basics
  • Massive state intervention
  • Scarce talent
  • State-socialist regimes
  • govt. the only sector assuming responsibility for transformation
analysis
Analysis
  • Include all public servants
  • Managerial roles in implementation
  • Structure-function
power styles
Information

structure

inhibition of democracy

pre-occupation with status

lack of senior managers in colonial

Power styles
economic development
Economic development
  • Devlpt requires innovation
  • Can bureaucracy modernize economy without itself becoming modern?
  • May pre-empt rise of entrepreneurs
    • Merchants harassed
    • Tax a system of tribute
political development
Political development
  • Differentiation of functions?
  • Premature bureaucracy?
  • Democracy requires separation
  • Modernization requires politicized bureaucracy
  • Decentralization one compromise
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