Whither the Study of Governmental Politics in Foreign Policymaking? A Symposium edited by Eric Stern and Bertjan Verbeek
Abstract:Editor's Note: Unlike previous essay reviews in this journal, this review is a symposium with a number of different experts reflecting on governmental politics from a variety of perspectives. Eric Stern and Bertjan Verbeek both organized and have served as editors of the symposium. They wrote the introduction and conclusion to the piece. The various authors represent three different disciplines—political science, psychology, and public administration—and come from four countries. Several are involved in the application of this knowledge in collaboration with a government agency. All are concerned with where research on governmental politics has been and where it can and should go in the future.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Department of Political Science, University of Stockholm 2: The Free University, Amsterdam 3: Department of Political Science, University of Toronto 4: Department of Political Science, Kent State University 5: Department of Political Science, University of Kansas 6: J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University 7: Department of Public Administration, University of Leiden
Publication date: November 1, 1998