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by Leigh C. Anderson,Janet W. Looney,C Leigh Anderson,Richard N. Brandon,Christopher Bretherton,Daniel Chirot,Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,Ruth Schwartz Cowan,Alison Cullen,Martin Daly,J Patrick Dobel,Daniel J. Evans,Andrew C. Gordon,Margaret T. Gordon,Robert Heilbroner,David A. Hennes,Alex Inkeles,Charles Johnson,Albert R. Jonsen,Marc Lindenberg,Hubert Locke,Tom Martin,Scott L. Montgomery,San C. Ng,Elinor Ostrom,Charles Tilly,Margo Wilson,Muhammad Yunus,Richard O. Zerbe Jr.,William Zumeta

Author: Leigh C. Anderson,Janet W. Looney,C Leigh Anderson,Richard N. Brandon,Christopher Bretherton,Daniel Chirot,Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,Ruth Schwartz Cowan,Alison Cullen,Martin Daly,J Patrick Dobel,Daniel J. Evans,Andrew C. Gordon,Margaret T. Gordon,Robert Heilbroner,David A. Hennes,Alex Inkeles,Charles Johnson,Albert R. Jonsen,Marc Lindenberg,Hubert Locke,Tom Martin,Scott L. Montgomery,San C. Ng,Elinor Ostrom,Charles Tilly,Margo Wilson,Muhammad Yunus,Richard O. Zerbe Jr.,William Zumeta
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Lexington Books (February 2003)
Pages: 488 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.4
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Making Progress" explores the nature of progress and the role public policy plays in promoting i. C. Leigh Anderson is an Associate Professor in the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington

Making Progress" explores the nature of progress and the role public policy plays in promoting it. The work defines the concept of progress, how it is measured for policy purposes, and the major difficulties to implementing progress. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington. Janet W. Looney is Associate Director of Program Development at the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington.

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When life delivers you gifts you don't want. Dave Martin is down on his luck: his wife has left him; his farm is a failure; his house is a mess; he has withdrawn from his community and friends; and tragedy has stolen his capacity to care.

While a universal definition of 'progress' has proved elusive, measures of progress have been defined and grouped, into the broad areas of material wealth; social relations; technical capacity; and moral, aesthetic, and intellectual sensibilities. However, not until the 'Progress Project,' whose results are gathered here, has the impact of progress on public policy in these realms been systematically explored. In this volume, noted scholars in economics, government, education, technology, literature, culture, and religion, among other fields, discuss the meaning and measurement of progress in their areas of specialty. They assess particular policies that have either promoted or retarded progress and provide recommendations for policy processes or instruments that better reflect the nature of forward movement in the current era. Making Progress is an important contribution to both the theoretical and practical literature on public policy; it is a resource for scholars and students as well as a guide for policymakers, analysts, and advocates who help craft those policies in the name of progress.