State policy formation and the origins of the poll tax
Dartmouth, 1995 - 244 頁
This book is a study of the concept of state policy formation, complemented by a detailed study of the policy formation process which gave rise to poll tax legislation for Scotland (paving the way for subsequent legislation in England and Wales) and thus producing one of the most radical policies in contemporary British history.
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The Neglected Concept of Policy Formation
Towards a Theory of State Policy Formation
Origins and Development of the Thatcher
abolition Adam Smith Institute Alliance alternative argued attempt authorities British Cabinet cent central chapter CIPFA CM CM CM Cmnd Committee Commons Community Charge Conservative MPs Conservative Party contradictory forces COSLA Council DoE enquiry domestic ratepayers domestic rates dominated Donald Dewar economic Election electoral England and Wales Environment Secretary expenditure favoured George Younger Glasgow government finance Government's Green Paper HC Debates income tax increased inflation James Goold Kingdon Labour Party leading capitalist forces legislation Lindblom London Lords Malcolm Rifkind Michael Ancram Michael Forsyth Miliband Minister non-domestic ratepayers opposition Parliament Parliamentary particularly policy formation process political Poll Tax Poll Tax policy problems process of policy property revaluation Rate Support Grant rateable values rates bills rating system result revaluation in Scotland Scotsman Scottish Office Scottish Secretary sector social society spending strategy suggested taxation Thatcher Government Tory trade union vote Westland Affair whilst