Whether a policy is ‘successful’ depends on a range of factors: it’s intended impact, how it is designed and implemented; and how one chooses to oversee the entire process. Having control is crucial if policy is to meet it’s intended objectives; however various actors can mean this doesn’t happen.
Our Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy researchers critically evaluate the different aspects of policymaking in countries across the world to understand how differences in governance structures, the policy process and actors can all affect policymaking in practice.
- The Nature and Regulation of Medical-Industry Relationships
- The rehabilitation prison
- Towards a new model of evidence for public health
- Co-Create: prevention of overweight and obesity in adolescents
- Evaluation of the health impacts of the UK Treasury Soft Drinks Industry Levy
- Boosting the impact of social innovation in Europe through economic underpinnings (SIMPACT)
- Understanding and explaining terrorism expertise in practice
- Exploring new avenues for social policy and social welfare action
- Evaluating the impact of Citizens Advice Bureau services to the Proving Our Value Research Project
- Strategic identity management in cyberspace (sock puppets)
- Govanhill community engagement