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Croatian Decision Agenda: An Analysis of the Acts Published in the National Gazette Since 1990

Ana Petek orcid id ; Fakultet političkih znanosti Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 829 Kb

str. 815-841

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This exploratory paper has the purpose of describing the Croatian decision agenda and its issues. Data analysis is based on the dataset of the research project POLIPTIH that contains all acts published in the official gazette Narodne novine since Croatian independence. More than 30 thousand units of analysis were coded by the international CAP codebook of policy content and by the rules of quantitative content analysis and then analyzed with descriptive statistics. The analysis compares the diversity of legislative and executive – presidential and governmental – decision agendas by the total number of agenda items and by the concentration of attention across policy sectors and issues. The results show that the presidential decision agenda is the least diverse, and the parliamentary decision agenda is more diverse than the presidential but still less diverse than the decision agenda of the cabinet government. Analysis also shows that core functions of government, defence, international affairs, economy, government operations and rule of law are the most present on all Croatian decision agendas, and social policies and human rights policies are heavily underrepresented.

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legislative decision agenda, executive decision agenda, political attention, agenda diversity, policy issues

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