Think Tank Traditions: Policy Analysis Across Nations

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Diane Stone, Andrew Denham
Manchester University Press, 19 juin 2004 - 322 pages
Think tank traditions is a follow up to the critically acclaimed monograph Think Tanks across Nations (Manchester University Press, 1998), edited by the same authors, which was widely acknowledged as a ground-breaking work in the comparative study of think tanks. 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. In so doing, the book provides a broad-based and in-depth analysis of the role of think tanks in the processes of economic liberalization and democratization.
 

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their roles in foreign
19
Think tanks beyond nationstates Diane Stone
34
generating ideas analysis
51
Think tanks in Germany Martin Thunert
71
and Claudio M Radaelli
89
think tanks and the political system Sonia Lucarelli
105
Think tanks post communism and democracy in Russia
121
MingChen Shai with Diane Stone
141
lessons from Argentina
198
the think tank industry in the
215
A hollowedout tradition? British think tanks in the twentyfirst
232
Australian think tanks Ian Marsh and Diane Stone
247
evolving institutions
264
soft power global agendas William Wallace
281
think tanks and their web sites Diane Stone
291
Bibliography
299

a new alternative Makiko Ueno
163
Think tanks and Malaysian development Suming Khoo
179

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À propos de l'auteur (2004)

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. Andrew Denham is Reader in Government at the University of Nottingham.

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