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Sequenzorientierte Policy-Analyse: Warum die Rentenreform von Walter Riester nicht an Reformblockaden scheiterte

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  • Trampusch, Christine
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    Aufgrund der Eigentümlichkeiten des deutschen Regierungssystems gehen viele politikwissenschaftliche Studien von der Blockadethese aus. Die Blockadethese gründet in der Annahme gegebener Präferenzen und stabiler institutioneller Rahmenbedingungen und führt auf der analytischen Ebene zu am Rationalwahlansatz orientierten Interaktionsanalysen, die politische Entscheidungen von der Veränderung gesellschaftlicher Probleme, Präferenzen und institutioneller Rahmenbedingungen isoliert betrachten. Interaktionsorientierte Analysen fokussieren auf die Erklärung von inkrementellen Policy-Wandel. Anhand der innovativen Rentenreform von Bundesarbeitsminister Walter Riester wird vorgeschlagen, Rückkoppelungseffekte von Policies auf das Handeln politischer Akteure zu betrachten, und Politik damit dynamisch zu betrachten. Theoretisch wird dies mit dem Bedarf an sozialintegrativer Wirkungen von Policies begründet. Die Hauptthese des Beitrages ist, dass Sequenzorientierung es der Policy-Forschung ermöglichen würde, endogene Ursachen für innovativen Policy-Wandel zu identifizieren.

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    Paper provided by Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in its series MPIfG Working Paper with number 05/3.

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    Date of creation: 2005
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:mpifgw:053
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