Citizens ’ Governability and Policy Analysts ’ Roles in the Policy Process : A Theoretical Examination

@inproceedings{Matsuda2007CitizensG,
  title={Citizens ’ Governability and Policy Analysts ’ Roles in the Policy Process : A Theoretical Examination},
  author={N. Matsuda},
  year={2007}
}
Today much emphasis has been placed on ‘‘governance’’ and the active participation of citizens in the policy process. Such arguments are based primarily on the recognition that legislative and executive branches have not been responsive enough to meet the needs of citizens. Citizens are expected, then, to play an active role in the policy process and collaborate with other actors such as governments and corporations so that public policy could reflect the citizens’ needs. If citizens are to… CONTINUE READING

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