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Title Public policy, governance and polarization : making governance work / [edited by] David K. Jesuit and Russell Alan Williams.

Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.

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Contents chapter Introduction and overview: polarization explained and applied / JEREMIAH J. CASTLE, DAVID K. JESUIT AND -- part Part I Polarized mass publics and electoral politics -- chapter 1 Concerted action in complex environments: a comparison of industrial restructuring in mid- sized city- regions in Canada and the United States / CHARLES CONTEH -- chapter 2 Lines in the sand: how Americans' polarization results in unwillingness to accept compromise policy outcomes / MICHAEL R. WOLF, J. CHERIE STRACHAN AND -- chapter 3 3 Can unequal distributions of wealth influence vote choice? A comparative study of Germany, Sweden and the United / States LINDSAY FLYNN AND PIOTR R. PARADOWSKI -- part Part II An example of polarization: the climate change debate -- chapter 4 Consensual environmental policy in the Anthropocene: governing what humanity hath wrought / WALTER F. BABER AND ROBERT V. BARTLETT -- chapter 5 5 Polarized climate debate? Institutions and structure in subnational policymaking / RUSSELL WILLIAMS AND SUSAN MORRISSEY WYSE -- chapter 6 Polarized business interests: EU climate policy- making during the "Great Recession" / RAFFAEL HANSCHMANN -- part Part III Potential remedies to polarized policymaking -- chapter 7 Comparative national energy policies and climate change actions in countries with divided and unified governments: reflections, projections and opportunities for improved pedagogy / THOMAS ROHRER AND PAMELA S. GATES -- chapter 8 Exploring the mediating effects of institutions on polarization and political conflict: evidence from Michigan cities / NATHAN GRASSE -- chapter 9 9 Political polarization, fiscal stress and financing public universities: a comparative analysis of the Ontario and Michigan public policy experience / LAWRENCE SYCH -- chapter 10 The silence is deafening: a look into financial services sector policymaking in Canada / IAN ROBERGE.
Other author Jesuit, David K., editor.
Williams, Russell Alan, 1970- editor.
Subject Policy sciences.
Polarization (Social sciences)
ISBN 9781315560342 (e-book : PDF)
9781317197966 (e-book: Mobi)
9781138675933 (hardback)
Standard Number 10.4324/9781315560342