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Interorganizational Policy Making: Limits to Coordination and Central Control

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Hanf, K., & Scharpf, F. W. (Eds.). (1978). Interorganizational Policy Making: Limits to Coordination and Central Control. London: Sage Publications.

Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0005-10DD-0
In this volume, experience in a number of Western nations and in a variety of policy areas is drawn upon to consider what structural features of the political-administrative system might account for the inability of governments to guide socio-economic processes and developments more effectively. The focus is on the interorganizational characteristics of government problem solving -- that both the formulation and implementation of public policy increasingly involve different governmental levels and agencies, as well as interactions between public authorities and private organizations.