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Challenges of the New Regulation
The author examines new methods of environmental regulation that seek to reform the traditional "command and control."
Globalization, Internationalization and Policy Networks in the U.S.
Scholars should pay more attention to how world events affect politics in the United States, especially with increasing globalization and internationalization. This paper looks at how globalization and internationalization ...
In the Shadows of Social Democracy? U.S. Unions in a Time of Adversity
The author suggests that the idealized European image of the social democratic labor union often does not exist, which means that American unions perhaps don't fall quite so short in contrast.
Policy Transfer Versus Varieties of Capitalism in Environmental Policy
This paper considers why interest in transfer policies from one country's government to another nation seems to be increasing.
in the late 1990s, Wisconsin adapted an environmental governance model from the Netherlands and Bavaria to create Green Tier, a comprehensive approach to environmental protection that creates a new governance structure ...
Spots and Leopards: The Capacity of Systems to Change; First Impression
A consideration of David Vogel's book National Styles of Regulation.
Changing Regulatory Systems
Discussions about national regulatory styles tend to compare the United States to other nations, and differences are often portrayed as other nations being harmonious and mutually accommodating and the United States ...
Internationalization, Globalization and Policy Making: The Case of U.S. Agriculture
With agriculture as the context, the author looks at how globalization and internationalization affect U.S. domestic policy networks and communities.
The Dual Motives of Interest Group Research
Scholars look at interest groups in two ways. Political science informs the first. It examines who makes up the groups and why they act, and determines the consequences of their actions. The second method is more ...
Thirty Years of Business and Politics
The author examines the state of research on the relationship between business and politics.