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by Diane Stone,Andrew Denham
Diane Stone is a Reader in Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick. For two years from 2004, she will be Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Policy Studies at the Central European University in Budapest.
Diane Stone is a Reader in Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick. Andrew Denham is Reader in Government at the University of Nottingham.
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The book looks at the historical role and contemporary significance of think tanks in the West, including Europe, the United States and Canada, as well as considering their activities in China, Eastern Europe and Argentina
This article evaluates elite, pluralist, and field theories by analyzing original data on funding and politics for 30 think tanks from 2000 to 2011 with comparative and relational methods. I find that foreign donations help support some conservative think tanks, but that it is a small amount of money relative to other funding sources. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
1. Introduction Think tanks, policy advice and governance - Diane Stone. Part I The international dimension.
In so doing, the book provides a broad-based and in-depth analysis of the role of think tanks in the processes of economic liberalisation and democratisation. 1. 2. Institutes of International Affairs in foreign policy making, opinion mobilisation and unofficial diplomacy - Inderjeet Parmar. 3. Think tanks beyond nation states - Diane Stone.
Get this from a library! Think tank traditions : policy analysis across nations. Three decades of Canadian think tanks: evolving institutions, conditions and strategies, by Evert A. Lindquist.
Think tanks across nations: A comparative approach. D Stone, A Denham, M Garnett. Three myths regarding policy analysis institutes. Public administration 85 (2), 259-278, 2007.
Manchester University Press, 2004. Think tanks across nations: A comparative approach. Manchester University Press, 1998.
Diane Stone, Andrew Denham, Mark Garnett. Think tanks are increasingly prominent players in the political life of many countries. In addition to their perceived influence on the climate of ideas, policy and governance across nations, they also enjoy a very high media profile. Yet there are few studies of why and how think tanks have developed in individual countries and comparative analyses are almost non-existent. Combining case-studies of individual countries and comparative analysis, the book is a guide to the think tank phenomenon in world politics.
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