|Title||Policy paradigms, transnationalism, and domestic politics|
|Author||edited by Grace Skogstad|
|Imprint||Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2011|
|Descript||xi, 253p. ; 24 cm|
Introduction: policy paradigms, transnationalism, and domestic politics. -- Ideas and discourse in transformational political economic change in Europe. -- Transnational policy paradigm change and conflict in the harmonization of vehicle safety and accounting standards. -- Constructing a transnational paradigm in the European Union: the case of GMO risk regulation. -- Same-sex unions legislation and policy paradigms: something borrowed, yet something new. -- Normative contexts, domestic institutions, and the transformation of immigration policy paradigms in Canada and the United States. -- Canadian refugee policy: understanding the role of international bureaucratic networks in domestic paradigm change. -- Institutional 'Stickiness' and ideational resistance to paradigm change: Canada and early childhood education and care (ECEC). -- Conclusion.
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