- Title Pages
- International Library of Policy Analysis
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- One Policy analysis in Germany: past, present and future of the discipline
- Two Historical forerunners of policy analysis in Germany
- Three The development of policy analysis in Germany: practical problems and theoretical concepts
- Four Professionalisation of policy analysis in Germany: on the way or faraway?
- Five Methods and study types in German policy analysis
- Six Policy analysis in the German-speaking countries: common traditions, different cultures, in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
- Seven Federal government: permanent in-house capacities – life within the ‘apparatus’
- Eight Statist policy advice: policy analysis in the German <i>Länder</i>
- Nine Local policy processes: economisation, professionalisation, democratisation
- Ten Federal government in Germany: temporary, issue-related policy advice
- Eleven Parliamentary in-house research services and policy-makinging Germany – Sancho Panza or David's sling?
- Twelve The German <i>Bundestag</i> and external expertise: policy orientation as counterweight to deparliamentarisation?
- Thirteen From hand to mouth: parties and policy-making in Germany
- Fourteen Policy analysis by trade unions and business associations in Germany
- Fifteen Public interest groups and policy analysis: a push for evidence-based policy-making?
- Sixteen Think tanks: bridging beltway and ivory tower?
- Seventeen Non-university research institutes: between basic research, knowledge transfer to the public and policy analysis
- Eighteen The role of policy analysis in teaching political science at German universities
- Nineteen Academics and policy analysis: tension between epistemic and practical concerns
- Policy analysis in Germany
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