A modern approach to an old problem? Alcohol policy and New Labour
Abstract:This article focuses on the development of alcohol policies in England under New Labour. It attempts to explain these policy developments with regard to the politics of the Third Way and, in particular, relationships between New Labour and industry, 'better regulation', joined-up government, evidence-based policy making and the involvement of stakeholders within the policy process.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-01-01
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