‘Appropriate’ Policy Knowledge, and Institutional and Governance Implications

Bell, Stephen Ross (2004) ‘Appropriate’ Policy Knowledge, and Institutional and Governance Implications. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 63 1: 22-28.


Author Bell, Stephen Ross
Title ‘Appropriate’ Policy Knowledge, and Institutional and Governance Implications
Journal name Australian Journal of Public Administration   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0313-6647
1467-8500
Publication date 2004-04
Sub-type Editorial
DOI 10.1111/j.1467-8500.2004.00356.x
Volume 63
Issue 1
Start page 22
End page 28
Total pages 7
Editor John Wanna
J. R. Nethercote
Place of publication Richmond, Victoria
Publisher Blackwell
Language eng
Subject 160509 Public Administration
Abstract The papers in this special section of AJPA are the product of a symposium held in Brisbane in February 2003, which was jointly sponsored by the School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Queensland and the Queensland Department of Premier and Cabinet. Three papers were delivered. David Adams, from the Victorian Public Service, delivered a paper entitled 'Usable knowledge and public policy'. Wayne Parsons, from the University of London, gave a paper 'Not just steering but weaving: Relevant knowledge and the craft of building policy capacity'. Randal Stewart, a policy consultant based in Sydney, gave a paper entitled 'Public sector reform knowledge production'. The purposes of this paper are to highlight salient points from the papers and to assess briefly the institutional and governance implications of taking at last some steps beyond the currently prevailing rationalist approaches to policy and governance.
Keyword symposium
Brisbane
Political Science
International Studies
Q-Index Code CX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

 
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