A framework for understanding the policy process for construction
thesisposted on 22.05.2020 by Brian Andreas
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The policy process for construction in the UK does not seem to deliver the intended results, yet relatively little research has been carried out in this area using the analytical frameworks and tools available from other disciplines. The approach known as Political Economy Analysis (PEA) was investigated by its application to policy for construction using sectoral level policy (Construction Industrial Policy, CIP) as the unit of analysis. The research strategy was interpretivist and the research design was cross-sectional. Two parallel, but mutually reinforcing, objectives were adopted. [Continues.]
Loughborough University (research studentship)
- Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering