Dodds Anneliese (2004). Â« Le dĂ©veloppement des agences en Grande-Bretagne et en France : Lâ€™exemple dâ€™Edufrance, transfert dâ€™outre-manche ou crĂ©ation indigĂ¨ne ? Â». Revue franĂ§aise d'administration publique, nÂ° 3, p. 483–500.
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|Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Dodds2004
|Categories: Enseignement supĂ©rieur
Keywords: coopĂ©ration transnationale, globalisation, mobilitĂ© Ă©tudiante
Collection: Revue franĂ§aise d'administration publique
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Does the creation of an instrument of public policy with the identical name and structure it had in another country constitute a transfer of public policy ? Similarity of label and format may mask a multitude of differences between apparently identical institutional forms. In both British and French administration, agencies have more and more clearly become a major tool of public policy. Their development has often been attributed to the international diffusion of New Public Management methods. Nonetheless, as this study reveals, a comparison between two agencies, EduFrance (France) and Educating Counselling Service (GB), shows that the proliferation of these instruments is not necessarily indicative of international policy convergence.
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