Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting
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Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting

Edited by Nikolaos Zahariadis

Setting the agenda on agenda setting, this Handbook explores how and why private matters become public issues and occasionally government priorities. It provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of the perspectives, individuals, and institutions involved in setting the government’s agenda at subnational, national, and international levels.
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Chapter 4: John Kingdon and the evolutionary approach to public policy and agenda setting

Frank R. Baumgartner

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4. John Kingdon and the evolutionary approach to public policy and agenda setting Frank R. Baumgartner Political science in the 1960s was riven by disputes that were both intellectual and political. E. E. Schattschneider’s (1960) proposal that the...

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