Designing and Implementing Public Policy of Contemporary Polish Society
book edited by Dorota Szaban, Inetta Nowosad and Piotr Pochyły
The process of creating and implementing sectoral policy has been described from two perspectives.
On the one hand, the attention of the contributors focuses mainly on the social actors of these policy – individuals and institutions on whose activity the process of implementing specific policy provisions depends. On the other hand, the complexity of sectoral policy forces the need to refer to many areas of social life around which specific solutions are created. The effectiveness of public policy, including sectoral policy, also requires indicating the context related to the socio-political conditions in Poland.
To understand why different public policies emerge in different regions, it is important to understand the details that shape them. In this volume, it is crucial to indicate the determinants of the process of creating and implementing policy relating to selected aspects of socio-economic life (de facto sectoral policy) in Polish society.
Dr Dorota Szaban, Associate Professor, is Director of the Institute of Sociology, University of Zielona Góra, Poland.
Inetta Nowosad, Associate Professor, is Head of the Department of School Pedagogy, University of Zielona Góra, Poland.
Dr Piotr Pochyły, Assistant professor, is deputy director of the Institute of Political Science and Public Aadministration, University of Zielona Góra, Poland.