The Politics of Information

The Politics of Information Starting From The Basic Assumption That Institutionalized Processes Of Information Transfers Are Never Entirely Neutral But Advantage Certain Types Of Information Over Others, This Powerful Collection Presents The Results Of A Research Agenda That, Through Empirical Investigation, Systematically Examines How Information Plays A Key Role In Policy Making As A Very Dynamic Environment Characterized By Many Different Modes Of Information Gathering And Processing, The European Union Forms A Particularly Interesting Venue In Which To Test The Politics Of Information Approach.With A Mandate To Go Beyond The General Assertion That Informational Asymmetry Matters, The Study Has Selected A Number Of Pivotal EU Actors And Policy Areas, Studying Them Through Information Lenses More Concretely The Different Contributions Present A Better Understanding Of The Politics Of Information By Examining The Formal Rules Of Information Access, Distribution And Processing And By Studying How These Rules Are Applied In The Day To Day Policy Process.

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☆ The Politics of Information  PDF / Epub ✩ Author Sophie Vanhoonacker –
  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • The Politics of Information
  • Sophie Vanhoonacker
  • 21 July 2019
  • 9781137325402

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