After the COVID-19 disaster, ‘old’ frailties and inadequacies in agriculture and industrial productive capacities, in public health and transport systems have evinced sharply in the open, reopening the debates over public policy reforms as never before.
•Studies the likely impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on future policy making in India and other democracies.
•Critically looks at the available theoretical frameworks, models and approaches used in the policy making process and studies their contemporary relevance.
•Balances theoretical approaches with concrete case studies.
•Examines India’s policies on education, health, e-governance, gender and work, and also provides recommendations for the future.
An important and timely contribution, this book will be of great interest to scholars and researches of public administration, public policy, political theory, globalization and global democracy.