Influences on bureaucratic policy initiatives in the American states

Schneider, Saundra K.; Jacoby, William G.
October 1996
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Oct96, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p495
Academic Journal
Develops and tests an empirical model of the influences on bureaucratic policy making in state Medicaid programs. Influence of interest groups, structural characteristics, and state environmental conditions on state policy choices to adopt optional health care services; Negligibility of direct impact of partisan and ideological political factors.


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