Modeling Partial Agency Autonomy in Public-Health Policymaking

@article{Cullar2014ModelingPA,
  title={Modeling Partial Agency Autonomy in Public-Health Policymaking},
  author={Mariano-Florentino Cu{\'e}llar},
  journal={Theoretical Inquiries in Law},
  year={2014},
  volume={15},
  pages={471 - 506}
}
Abstract This Article considers the conditions under which administrative agencies - particularly those with public health-related missions - may obtain partial autonomy from external interests or politicians. In the process, it critiques the proposition that administrative agencies in advanced industrialized countries such as the United States are routinely “captured” by external economic interests. Through case studies and the application of relevant theory from law and the study of political… Expand

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