1 Master Reading List for PhD Exam in Public Policy UNR Department of Political Science Compiled by D. Kauneckis and C. Simon, Last Updated: 9/18/2006 Students should be familiar with the material contained in this reading list. Much of the material on the list is covered in your core classes, but some will be new to you. While this list is long, the exam will be composed with sufficient choice in questions that well-read students can choose to answer questions on the areas most appropriate given their knowledge base. On the other hand, while we have tried to reduce the size of the list, we still encourage you to take this as a starting point, rather than the end-all-be-all of policy readings. You should generally be able to trace the historic evolution of the subdiscipline, be familiar with the critical works, understand the roles of the major policy actors within each theoretical perspectives, be able to compare and contract the major theories, and apply them to a substantive area of policy interest. Outline: I. Public Policy as a Field of Study... 2 A. Background and Classics... 2 B. General Works and Theory Overviews... 3 II. Collective Action, Public Choice and New Institutionalism... 4 III. Policy Subsystems... 5 IV. Social Constructivist... 6 V. Policy Process Literature... 6 A. Agenda Setting and Policy Formulation... 6 B. Policy Implementation... 8 VI. Policy Evaluation & Analysis... 9
2 2 I. Public Policy as a Field of Study A. Background and Classics Allison, G. T. (1999). Essence of decision: explaining the Cuban missile crisis: Longman. Brewer, G. D. (1974). The policy sciences emerge: To nurture and structure a discipline, Policy Sciences (Vol. 5, pp ): Springer. Cohen, M. D., March, J. G., & Olsen, J. P. (1972). A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice, Administrative Science Quarterly (Vol. 17, pp. 1-25). Dahl Robert, A. & Lindblom Charles, E. (1953). Politics, Economics, and Welfare: Harper and Brothers, New York. Dahl Robert, A. (1961). Who Governs, Democracy and power in an American city New Haven: Yale University Press: New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Dahl, R. A. (1982). Dilemmas of pluralist democracy: New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Deleon, P. (1981). Policy sciences: the discipline and profession, Policy Sciences (Vol. 13, pp. 1-7). Deleon, P. (1995). Democratic Values and the Policy Sciences, AJPS. Derthick, M. (1979). Policymaking for Social Security. Washington, DC.: Brookings Institution Press. Dewey, J. (1927). The Public and its Problems, New York, Holt. Downs, A. (1958). An economic theory of democracy: New York: Harper and Row. Easton, D. (1965). A systems analysis of political life: Wiley New York. Lasswell, H. D. (1936). Politics: Who get What, When, How. New York. Lasswell, H. D. (1951). The policy orientation, The Policy Sciences (pp. 3-15): Stanford University Press. Lasswell, H. (1979). The End of Liberalism: The Second Republic of the United States. New York: W.W. Norton. Lindblom, C. E. (1957). The Science of" Muddling Through", Public Administration Review (Vol. 19, pp ): American Society for Public Administration. Lindblom, C. E. (1979). Still Muddling, Not Yet Through, Public Administration Review (Vol.
3 3 39, pp. p517-26). Lowi, T. (1964). American Business, Public Policy Case Studies and Political Theory, World Politics (Vol. July, pp ). Lowi, T. J. (1972). Four Systems of Policy, Politics, and Choice, Public Administration Review (Vol. 32, pp ): JSTOR. March, J. G. & Olsen, J. P. (1984). The New Institutionalism: Organizational Factors in Political Life, The American Political Science Review (Vol. 78, pp ): American Political Science Association. Schumpeter, J. A. (1942). Socialism, Capitalism and Democracy: Harper and Brothers. Wright Mills, C. (1956). The Power Elite: Oxford: Oxford University Press. B. General Works and Theory Overviews Conlan, T. (1988). New Federalism: Intergovernmental Reform from Nixon to Reagan: Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution. Mccool, D. (1995). Public policy theories, models, and concepts: Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Riker, W. (1982). Liberalism against Populism. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman; Riker, W. H. (1988). The place of political science in public choice, Public Choice (Vol. 57, pp ): Springer. Sabatier, P. (1991). Toward Better Theories of the Policy Process, Political Science and Politics. Sabatier, P. A. (2007). Theories of the Policy Process (2nd ed.). Boulder: Wesview Press. Schelling, T. C. (1978). Micromotives and Macrobehavior. New York, N.Y.: W. W. Norton Company Inc.. Schelling, T. C. (1981). Economic Reasoning and the Ethics of Policy, Public Interest (Vol. 63, pp ). Schlager, E. & Blomquist, W. (1996). A Comparison of Three Emerging Theories of the Policy Process, Political Research Quarterly (Vol. 49). Theodoulou, S. Z. & Cahn, M. A. (1995). Public policy: the essential readings: Prentice Hall. Wilson, J. Q. (1989). Bureaucracy: What Government Agencies Do and Why: Basic Books, New York.
4 4 Zahariadis, N. (1995). Comparing Lenses in Comparative Public Policy, Policy Studies Journal. II. Collective Action, Public Choice and New Institutionalism Alchian, A. A. & Demsetz, H. (1972). Production, Information Costs, and Economic Organization, The American Economic Review (Vol. 62, pp ): American Economic Association. Buchanan, J. M. G. & Tullock, G. The Calculus of Consent: Logical Foundations of Constitutional Democracy: University of Michigan Press. Commons, J. R. (1934). Institutional Economics: New York: Macmillian. Knoke, D. (1990). Organizing for Collective Action: The Political Economies of Associations: Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter. March, J. G. & Olsen, J. P. (1984). The New Institutionalism: Organizational Factors in Political Life, The American Political Science Review (Vol. 78, pp ): American Political Science Association. Miller, G. (1992). Managerial Dilemmas: the political economy of hierarchy. New York: Cambridge University Press. Mueller, D. (1989). Public Choice II. New York: Cambridge. North, D. (1990). Institutions, Institutional Change, and Economic Performance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. North, D. C. (2005). Understanding the process of economic change. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Olson, M. (1965). The Logic of Collective Action. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Ostrom, E. (1990). Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ostrom, E. (2005). Understanding Institutional Diversity. In i. press] (Ed.). Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. Shepsle, K. & Weingast, B. (1987). The Institutional foundations of committee power, American Political Science Review (Vol. 81, pp ). Shepsle, K. A. & Bonchek, M. S. (1997). Analyzing politics: rationality, behavior, and institutions: WW Norton.
5 5 Williamson, O. E. (1981). The Economics of Organization: The transaction cost approach, American Journal of Sociology (Vol. 87, pp ). Worsham, J. & Gatrell, J. (2005). Multiple Principals, Multiple Signals: A Signaling Approach to Principal-Agent Relations, Policy Studies Journal (Vol. 33, pp ). III. Policy Subsystems Hamm, K. E. (1983). Patterns of Influence among Committees, Agencies, and Interest Groups, Legislative Studies Quarterly (Vol. 8, pp ). Heclo, H. (1977). A Government of Strangers: Executive Politics in Washington. Washington D.C.: Brookings Institute. Heclo, H. (1978). Issue Networks and the Executive Establishment. In A. King (Ed.), The New American Political System. Jenkins-Smith, H. C., Clair, G. K. S., & Woods, B. (1991). Explaining Change in Policy Subsystems: Analysis of Coalition Stability and Defection over Time, American Journal of Political Science (Vol. 35, pp ): JSTOR. Mintrom, M. & Vergari, S. (1996). Advocacy Coalitions, Policy Entrepreneurs, and Policy Change, Policy Studies Journal (Vol. 24, pp ). Moe, T. M. (1989). The politics of bureaucratic structure, Can the Government Govern? (pp ). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. Riker, W. H. (1962). The theory of political coalitions: New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Sabatier, P. & Jenkins-Smith, H. C. (1993). Policy Change and Learning: An Advocacy Coalition Approach. Boulder: Westview Press. Vergari, M. A. (1996). Advocacy Coalitions, Policy Entrepreneurs, and Policy Change, Policy Studies Journal. Walker Jr, J. L. (1991). Mobilizing Interest Groups in America: Patrons, Professions, and Social Movements: Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Wilson, J. Q. (1980). The Politics of Regulation. New York: Basic Books. Wilson, J. Q. (1989). Bureaucracy: What Government Agencies Do and Why: Basic Books, New York. Wood, D. (1988). Principals, Bureaucrats, and Responsiveness in Clean Air Enforcements, APSR.
6 6 IV. Social Constructivist Bardach, E. (2000). A Practical Guide for Policy Analysis: The Eightfold Path to More Effective Problem Solving. New York: Chatam House Publishers, Seven Bridges Press. Deleon, P. (1994). The Policy Sciences Redux: New Roads to Post-positivism, Policy Studies Journal. Fischer, F. (2003). Reframing Public Policy: Discursive Politics and Deliberative Practices: Oxford University Press. Ingram, H. & Smith, S. R. (1993). Public Policy for Democracy. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. Majone, G. (1989). Evidence, argument, and persuasion in public policy: New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Schneider, A. & Ingram, H. (1993). Social Construction of Target Populations: Implications for politics and policy, American Political Science Review (Vol. 87, pp ). Schneider, A. A. H. I. (1997). Policy Design for Democracy. Lawrence: University of Kansas Press. Stone, D. (1997). Policy Paradox: The Art of Political Decision Making New York: W.W. Norton. Yanow, D. (2000). Conducting Interpretive Policy Analysis: Sage Publications Inc. V. Policy Process Literature A. Agenda Setting and Policy Formulation Baron, D. P. (1991). Majoritarian Incentives, Pork Barrel Programs, and Procedural Control, American Journal of Political Science (Vol. 35, pp ): Midwest Political Science Association. Baumgartner, F. R. & Jones, B. (1993). Agendas and Instability in American Politics. Chicago: University of Chicago. Baumgartner, F. R. & Jones, B. D. (1991). Agenda Dynamics and Policy Subsystems, The Journal of Politics (Vol. 53, pp ): JSTOR.
7 7 Bendor, J., Moe, T. M., & Shotts, K. W. (2001). Recycling the Garbage Can: An Assessment of the Research Program, The American Political Science Review (Vol. 95, pp ): American Political Science Association. Birkland, T. A. (1997). After Disaster: Agenda Setting, Public Policy, Focusing Events: Washington DC: Georgetown University Press. Blankenau, J. (2001). The Fate of National Health Insurance in Canada and the United States: A Multiple Streams Explanation, Policy Studies Journal (Vol. 29, pp ). Cobb, R. W. & Elder, C. D. (1983). Participation in American Politics: The Dynamics of Agenda-building: Johns Hopkins University Press. Daniels, M. R. (1997). Terminating Public Programs: An American Political Paradox: ME Sharpe. Denzau, A. T. & Munger, M. C. (1986). Legislators and Interest Groups: How Unorganized Interests get Represented, The American Political Science Review (Vol. 80, pp ): JSTOR. Downs, A. (1972). Up and Down with Ecology: The Issue Attention Cycle, Public Interest (Vol. 28, pp ). John, P. (2003). Is There Life After Policy Streams, Advocacy Coalitions, and Punctuations: Using Evolutionary Theory to Explain Policy Change?, Policy Studies Journal (Vol. 31, pp ). Jones, B. D. & Baumgartner, F. R. (2005). The Politics of Attention: How Government Prioritizes Problems. Chicago University of Chicago Press. Jones, B. D. (2001). Politics and the Architecture of Choice: Bounded Rationality and Governance. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Kingdon John, W. (1984). Agendas, Alternatives and Public Policies: Boston: Little, Brown. Majone, G. (1989). Evidence, argument, and persuasion in public policy: New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Page, B. I. & Shapiro, R. Y. (1983). Effects of Public Opinion on Policy, The American Political Science Review (Vol. 77, pp ). Page, B. I. (1994). Democratic Responsiveness? Untangling the Links between Public Opinion and Policy, PS: Political Science and Politics (Vol. 27, pp. 25-9). Peters, B. G. & Hogwood, B. W. (1985). In Search of the Issue-Attention Cycle, The Journal of Politics (Vol. 47, pp ): JSTOR.
8 8 Riker, W. H. (1993). Agenda Formation: University of Michigan Press. Wildavsky, A. (1964). The politics of the budgetary process: Little, Brown Boston. B. Policy Implementation Bardach, E. (1977). The Implementation Game: What Happens After a Bill Becomes a Law. Cambridge: MIT Press. Elmore, R. F. (1979). Backward Mapping: Implementation Research and Policy Decisions, Political Science Quarterly (Vol. 94, pp ): JSTOR. Goggin, M. L. (1990). Implementation Theory and Practice: Toward a Third Generation: Scott, Foresman/Little, Brown Higher Education. Ingram, H. (1977). Policy implementation through bargaining: the case of federal grants-in-aid, Public Policy (Vol. 25, pp ). Landau, M. (1973). On the Concept of a Self-Correcting Organization, Public Administration Review (Vol. 33, pp ): JSTOR. Lipsky, M. (1980). Street-level Bureaucracy: Dilemmas of the Individual in Public Services: New York: Russell Sage. Mazmanian, D. A. & Sabatier, P. A. (1983). Implementation and Public Policy: Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman. Mccubbins, M. D., Noll, R. G., & Weingast, B. R. (1987). Administrative Procedures as Instruments of Political Control, Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization (Vol. 3, pp ): JSTOR. Moe, T. M. (1984). The New Economics of Organization, American Journal of Political Science (Vol. 28, pp ): Midwest Political Science Association. Nakamura, R. T. & Smallwood, F. (1980). The politics of policy implementation: New York: St. Martin's Press. Pressman, J. L. & Wildavsky, A. (1984). Implementation (3rd ed.): Edition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Sabatier, P. (1986). Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Implementation Research: a critical analysis and suggested synthesis, Journal of Public Policy (Vol. 6, pp ).
9 9 Scholz, J. T., Twombly, J., & Headrick, B. (1991). Street-Level Political Controls Over Federal Bureaucracy, The American Political Science Review (Vol. 85, pp ): American Political Science Association. Wood, B. D. & Waterman, R. W. (1991). The Dynamics of Political Control of the Bureaucracy, The American Political Science Review (Vol. 85, pp ): American Political Science Association. VI. Policy Evaluation & Analysis Boardman, A. E. & Vining, A. R. (1989). Ownership and Performance in Competitive Environments: A Comparison of the Performance of Private, Mixed, and State-Owned Enterprises, Journal of Law and Economics (Vol. 32, pp. 1-33): JSTOR. Boardman, A. E. et al. (2006). Cost-Benefit Analysis: Concepts and Practice. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Bobrow, D. B. et al. (1977). The Place of Policy Analysis in Political Science: Five Perspectives, American Journal of Political Science (Vol. 21, pp ): JSTOR. Brewer, G. D. & Deleon, P. (1983). The Foundations of Policy Analysis: Homewood, IL: Dorsey Press. Dunn, W. N. (2004). Public Policy Analysis: An Introduction. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Fischer, F. & Forester, J. (1987). Confronting values in policy analysis: the politics of criteria: Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Greene, J. C. & Caracelli, V. J. E. (1997). Advances in Mixed-method Evaluation: The Challenges and Benefits of Integrating Diverse Paradigms: San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Heineman, R. A. (1997). The World of the Policy Analyst: Rationality, Values, and Politics: Chatham, NJ: Chatham House Publishers. Munger, M. C. (2000). Analyzing Policy: Choices, Conflicts, and Practices. New York: W.W. Norton. Patton, C. V. & Sawicki, D. S. (1993). Basic Methods of Policy Analysis and Planning. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Peltzman, S. (1976). Toward a More General Theory of Regulation, Journal of Law and Economics (Vol. 19, pp ): JSTOR. Salamon, L. M. E. (1989). Beyond privatization: the tools of government action: Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press.
10 10 Sappington, D. E. M. & Stiglitz, J. E. (1987). Privatization, Information and Incentives, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (Vol. 6, pp ): JSTOR. Vedung, E. (1998). Policy Instruments: Typologies and Theories, Carrots, Sticks & Sermons: Policy Instruments and their Evaluation. Somerset, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers. Weimer, D. L. & Vining, A. R. (2005). Policy Analysis: Concepts and Practice (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River: NJ: Prentice Hall. Weiss, C. H. (1991). Organizations for policy analysis: helping government think: Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Weiss, C. H. Evaluation: methods for studying programs and policies: New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Wildavsky, A. B. (1987). Speaking Truth to Power: Art and Craft of Policy Analysis: New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
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