Chapter 1: Introduction: Institutional Entrepreneurship and Policy
Change.- Chapter 2: Institutional Change through
Institutionalisation: Combining Different Approaches.- Chapter 3:
Policy Entrepreneurship in Authoritarian China: The Case of a Local
Health Care Reform.- Chapter 4: To Die with Dignity? Political
entrepreneurship and policy change in the 'Patient Nearing Death'
issue in Israel.- Chapter 5: The Realm of Policy and Development
Entrepreneurs and the Design of New Paradigms.- Chapter 6: The Sky
is the Limit: Policy Entrepreneurship and the Mission Creep of the
National Bank of Hungary.- Chapter 7: The politics of public
prosecution and its gradual institutional reform in Chile.- Chapter
8: Reflections on the Impact of the New Economic, Sociological and
Historical Institutionalism in Institutional Social Policy.-
Chapter 9: Has Education been Left Behind? Israeli Governmental
Discourse about Entrepreneurship in the Education System.- Chapter
10: The effects of institutional change on Austrian Integration
policy and the contexts that matter.- Chapter 11: Narratives as
Agency: Entrepreneurial Inaction.- Chapter 12: Conclusion.
Caner Bakir is Associate Professor of Political Science, with a
special focus on International and Comparative Political Economy,
and Public Policy and Administration at Koc University, Istanbul,
Darryl S.L. Jarvis is Professor of Global Studies, Faculty of Liberal Studies and Social Sciences at the Education University of Hong Kong (formally the Hong Kong Institute of Education).