This study examines the policy process leading up to the passing of the EUD-reform in February 2014. The theoretical basis is mainly John Kingdons agenda setting theory but also it also includes some of the newer research design of Danish interest groups and how they can impact policies. With a process tracing approach derived from Derek Beach and Rasmus Brun-Pedersen’s work on explaining outcome process tracing. The study shows that DA and LO are the two interest groups with the most influence and by proxy respectively DI and Dansk Metal. These groups were instrumental in the establishment of the problem-, policy- and politicstreams that were the foundation in all the four different events. The study also shows that KL, Danske Regioner and the EUD-sector were non-factors in making an impact on the final reform.
|Uddannelser||Offentlig Administration, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||27 maj 2015|