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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marco Verweij; M Thompson
|Description:||xiii, 255 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The case for clumsiness / Marco Verweij [and others] --
Is the Kyoto Protocol merely irrelevant, or positively harmful, for the efforts to curb climate change? / Marco Verweij --
Hype and hydro (and, at last, some hope) in the Himalaya / Dipak Gyawali --
Segregation through anti-discrimination : how the Netherlands got divided again / Mark Bovens and Margo Trappenburg --
What Russia can learn from China in its transition to a market economy / Michael D. Intriligator, Janine R. Wedel and Catherine H. Lee --
The failure of seat belts legislation / John Adams --
Gunfight at the consequentialist corral : the deadlock in the United States over firearms control, and how to break it / Dan M. Kahan, Donald Braman and John Gastil --
Floods and fairness in Hungary / Joanne Linnerooth-Bayer, Anna Vári and Michael Thompson --
Inclusive by design : the curious case of the Internet / Tommy Tranvik and Michael Thompson --
You never miss the water till the well runs dry : crisis and creativity in California / Denise Lach, Helen Ingram and Steve Rayner --
Clumsy conclusions : how to do policy and research in a complex world / Marco Verweij, Michael Thompson and Christoph Engel.
|Series Title:||Global issues series (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm))|
|Responsibility:||edited by Marco Verweij and Michael Thompson.|
'A fascinating manifesto.' - The Globe and Mail '...In an ideal world, everyone that has even a remote relation to policy and decision making would keep a well-worn copy of this book always at hand.'