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Global public policies: new tools for governance

Dogaru, Tatiana-Camelia (2016): Global public policies: new tools for governance. Published in: Comparative Public Administration and Management - Intellectual Capital, Knowledge and Performance No. 3 (2016): pp. 7-18.

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The globalization process creates new framework of multilevel policy-making, implies new actors, such as public and private actors and redefines the concept of public policy within an international and international policy regimes. Therefore, a difference in the policy process under globalization would appear to be that “policy transfer” and the global policy networks are on the increase. In this sense, on the one hand the paper describes and analysis the concept and process of policymaking develop under globalization driving forces in order to reveal the policy-making changes imposed by internal and external context, and on the other hand assets the importance of global public policy networks for solving global problems through global policies. From a methodological standpoint, and taking into consideration the theoretical framework, the study adopts a review conceptual approach to advance its arguments.

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