Policy entrepreneurs: their activity structure and function in the policy process
Roberts, Nancy C.
King, Paula J.
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"Public entrepreneurship" is the process of introducing innovation--the generation, translation, and implementation of new ideas-into the public sector. The research described here focuses on "policy entrepreneurs." These are public entrepreneurs who, from outside the formal positions of government, introduce, translate, and help implement new ideas into public practice.
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