What can American policymakers learn from the experiences of European democracies? While we can look to our own history and to the ideas emanating from our own public sphere, by looking abroad we can also learn lessons from European policies a from both those that have proven successful and those that have failed. The contributors in this volume examine the ways our European allies have dealt with issues such as rising healthcare and pension costs, large-scale immigration, childcare and work-life balance, and climate change, and ask whether such policies might prove effective in the U.S. context. Brief and engaging, R. Daniel Kelemenas Lessons from Europe? What Americans Can Learn from European Public Policies is an ideal supplement for comparative public policy courses and would add a provocative comparative component to U.S. public policy courses.Can the European experience with climate change policy offer lessons for the United States as it considers what policy ... The tea party phenomenon in the United States does not have direct analogues in Europe, but in many member states, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Lessons from Europe?: What Americans Can Learn from European Public Policies|
|Author||:||R. Daniel Kelemen|
|Publisher||:||CQ Press - 2014-02-05|