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The politics of policy analysis: podcasts

My new book, The Politics of Policy Analysis, comes with:

  1. A webpage (750) containing summaries of key themes in policy analysis, and
  2. A series of (quietly voiced, almost a whisper) podcasts summarising each chapter.

You can find the podcasts in different ways:

Find on a podcasting service (Anchor FM contains each individual episode plus all of them together):

https://anchor.fm/paul-cairney/episodes/The-Politics-of-Policy-Analysis-eon520

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-politics-of-policy-analysis/id1548022023

Click each one to play on this site (they are quite quiet, so you may prefer the back up versions below)

Access the files from my dropbox

Please note that I recorded on a PC and used my phone as a backup. This backup proved to be super-handy when Chapter 10 recorded badly on the PC.

PS if you want to read along, here are most of the words of the book, but without any of the pizazz:

Back up versions (recorded on my phone):

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