The history of Dutch policymaking in the post-World War Two period is still very much unchartered territory. In his PhD thesis, Sjoerd Keulen attempts to fill this gap by providing an overview of the most important changes in Dutch state policy processes in the period 1945-2002. This is done by illustrating these changes with four case studies: agricultural policy with a focus on milk prices; development aid; the prison system and environmental policy.
S.J. Keulen, Monumenten van Beleid: De wisselwerking tussen Nederlands rijksoverheidsbeleid, sociale wetenschappen en politieke cultuur, 1945-2002.
Prof. P. de Rooij
Prof. J.C. Kennedy
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