Cohesion or Disjunction in the Planning of Public Policy?
There is no final answer to the debate over cohesion or disjunction in the planning process. The argument for cohesion is normally set in the terminology of comprehensive planning.
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Notes and References
- This chapter draws upon a wide range of material in which this debate is pursued. Special reference should be made to the following: D. Braybrooke and C. Lindblom, A Strategy of Decision (New York: The Free Press, 1963).Google Scholar
- Y. Dror, Public Policy Re-examined (Scranton, Penn.: Chandler, 1968).Google Scholar
- A. Etzioni, The Active Society (New York: The Free Press, 1968).Google Scholar
- A. Faludi, Planning Theory (Oxford: Pergamon, 1973).Google Scholar
- J. Friend and W. Jessup, Local Government and Strategic Choice (London: Tavistock, 1971).Google Scholar
- R. Greenwood and J. D. Stewart (eds), Corporate Planning in Local Government (London: Charles Knight, 1974).Google Scholar
- H. A. Simon, Administrative Behaviour (New York: The Free Press (paperback edition), 1965).Google Scholar
- J. D. Stewart, The Responsive Local Authority (London: Charles Knight, 1974).Google Scholar
- G. Vickers, The Art of Judgment (London: Methuen, 1965).Google Scholar
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