Public Policy in the Age of Globalization focuses on changes in environmental and economic policies in six developing countries: Argentina, Costa Rica, South Korea, India, Ivory Coast and South Africa. Highlighting the interaction between domestic political processes and international actors, the contributors demonstrate how crises can affect policymaking, but also how domestic politics may result in crisis. The book analyses the interplay between actors such as politicians, interest groups, civil society, environmentalists and international institutions and how those actors can affect policy outcomes.

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