Managing the President's Program Presidential Leadership and Legislative Policy Formulation
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Description: The belief that US presidents' legislative policy formation has centralized over time, shifting out of the executive departments and into the White House, is shared by many scholars. This text argues that such a linear trend is neither at all certain nor necessary for policy promotion.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 7/21/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|List of Tables and Figures|
|Managing the President's Program: Necessary and Contingent Truths|
|Bargaining, Transaction Costs, and Contingent Centralization|
|The President's Program: History and Conventional Wisdom|
|The President's Program: An Empirical Overview|
|Putting Centralization to the Test|
|Congress Is a Whiskey Drinker: Centralization and Legislative Success|
|The Odds Are with the House: The Limits of Centralization|
|Appendix: Additional Data and Alternate Specifications|