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1 Working Paper 118 THE POLICY PROCESS: AN OVERVIEW Rebecca Sutton August 1999 Overseas Development Institute Portland House Stag Place London SW1E 5DP 2 The research on which this work is based was funded by the World Bank, and completed under the guidance of Simon Maxwell, Director, Overseas Development Institute. Any questions should be directed to him (email s.maxwell@odi.org.uk). Responsibility is the author’s. The author would like to acknowledge the work of James Keeley and Ian Sc
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  1 Working Paper 118 THE POLICY PROCESS:AN OVERVIEW Rebecca Sutton August 1999Overseas Development InstitutePortland HouseStag PlaceLondon SW1E 5DP  2 The research on which this work is based was funded by the World Bank, and completed under theguidance of Simon Maxwell, Director, Overseas Development Institute. Any questions should bedirected to him (email s.maxwell@odi.org.uk). Responsibility is the author’s.The author would like to acknowledge the work of James Keeley and Ian Scoones, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.Printed by Chameleon Press Ltd, London SW18 4SGISBN 0 85003 417 5© Overseas Development Institute 1999 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permissionof the publishers.  3 Contents Summary5Glossary6 1.The Linear Model 9 2.Key Ideas from Five Disciplines 102.1 Political Science/Sociology102.2 Anthropology132.3 International Relations152.4 Management17 3.Cross-cutting Themes 223.1The dichotomy between policy-making and implementation223.2The management of change 233.3 The role of interest groups in the policy process253.4Ownership of the policy process 273.5The urge to simplify293.6The narrowing of policy alternatives29 4.Conclusion What makes policies happen31Bibliography33  4
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