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Impact of Information Policy book. This book focuses on the effects of information policy.

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Impact of Information Policy : Measuring the Effects of the Commercialization of Canadian Government Statistics. It examines the impact of government-wide information policies on a specific government agency in terms of its dissemination policies.

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This book focuses on the effects of information policy. This book looks at effects from two perspectives Secondly, the effects of the ensuing agency information policies on social science. This book looks at effects from two perspectives. First, it examines the impact of government-wide information policies on a specific government agency in terms of its dissemination policies for the information it provides. The government-wide policies of interest here are cost-recovery and restraint initiatives imposed by the Canadian federal government in the mid-1980s.

This book focuses on the effects of information policy. While information policy studies often consider the ideology underlying policy, the policy process, the stakeholders and players in that process, and the nature of the outcomes of policy development, there have been few studies that focus on the ultimate effects of information policy. This book looks at effects from two perspectives. First, it examines the impact of government-wide information policies on a specific government agency in terms of its dissemination policies for the information it provides. Secondly, the effects of the ensuing agency information policies on social science research are examined.

The government-wide policies of interest here are cost-recovery and restraint initiatives imposed by the Canadian federal government in the mid-1980s. The policy statements specifically identified government information as an area in which increased revenues could be generated. Such de facto information policies can have a wide effect on government information production and dissemination. In this book, the history and background of the policies is considered and the effects were empirically examined using multiple methods of analysis. The period covered is mid-1980s through mid-1990s. An epilogue chapter provides information on recent policy developments in Canada and the continuing effects of the policies of the 1980s.

The Impact of Information Policy: Measuring the Effects of the Commercialization of Canadian Government Statistics (Contemporary Studies in Information Management, Policies, an) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1567505085

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Author: Kirsti Nilsen

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Language: English

Publisher: Praeger (December 30, 2000)

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