"This study focuses on the politics of hospital mergers. In the narratives from London and Reykjavik presented in this book an attempt has been made to identify individuals and the role they played in the evolution of merger issues. This is important in order to illustrate that structures and institutions such as 'bureaucracy', 'the government machinery', 'decision-making systems', 'political institutions' or 'policy subsystems', are made up of people. These people hold positions or have beliefs, views, motivations and interests which in one way or another made them or inspired them to become active in the policy process, and these factors have as many consequences on policy outcomes and as many implications for future change as the policy content itself."--BOOK JACKET.Sigurgeirsdottir, Si is the author of 'Health Policy And Hospital Mergers How the Impossible Became Possible', published 2006 under ISBN 9789979547006 and ISBN 9979547006.
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