Description - Arenas of Power by Theodore J. Lowi
Arenas of Power represents the first time that Theodore J. Lowi's model of policy analysis has been presented together with key applications and case studies drawn from his long history of scholarship-all in one place. Lowi's signature four-fold typology is shown as conceived and then as extended to include that most relevant of contemporary phenomena-"social regulatory policy." As Lowi says, when radicals add morality to the goals of public policy, the system may be turned on its head. This volume shows the evolution of the public policy arena over more than forty years of writing and thinking and presents some never before published material including helpful analytical introductions. The book concludes as Lowi looks ahead to an internationalizing U.S. political economy and the need for a global political science.
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Author Biography - Theodore J. Lowi
Theodore J. Lowi has been the John L. Senior Professor of American Institutions at Cornell University since 1972. He has authored or coauthored more than twenty-five books, one of which, We the People, is a leading American government textbook for W.W. Norton. Norton also published Lowi's famous treatise, The End of Liberalism, in 1969. He has served as president of both the American Political Science Association and the International Political Science Association-a rare distinction. His most recent scholarly work focuses on globalization and international political science and his works, which continue to be bestsellers, have also been translated into multiple foreign languages. Norman K. Nicholson is Director of Donor Coordination and Outreach, Bureau for Policy and Program Coordination, USAID.