Wine, Reinicke, and Benner, "Beyond Multilateralism," suggest that global public policy networks can play at least six different roles: (1) agenda setting and advocacy; (2) standard setting; (3) knowledge collection and dissemination: (4) creation or deepening markets; (5) policy implementation: and (6) representation.
What does GPPN stand for?
GPPN stands for Global Public Policy Network (US and UK)
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We have 3 other meanings of GPPN in our Acronym Attic
- Grosse Pointe Public Library (Michigan)
- Gujarat Pipavav Port Limited (India)
- Gas Permeable Polymer Materials
- General Practice Procedures Manual (UK)
- Graphic Pages Per Minute
- Guinea Pig Papillary Muscle (animal anatomy)
- Guinea Pig Peritoneal Macrophage
- General Presidents' Project Maintenance Agreement (est. 1956; US and Canada)
- Global Project and Process Management Association (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
- Global Project and Procurement Network
- Grand Prix Petit Navire (French windsurfing and kitesurfing competition)
- Guest Physical Page Number (virtual machines)
- Guadalcanal Plains Palm Oil Ltd. (Solomon Islands)
- Global Public-Private Partnership (governance mechanism)
- Good Plant Protection Practice
- Graduate Program in Public Policy (various universities)
- Green Purchasing Pilot Project (Australia)
- Group Personal Pension Plan (retirement)
- Great Plains Public Policy Institute
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Our Global Public Policy Network Essay takes the opposite approach and condemns the top-down planning efforts of officials in Cairo.
The Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) will eventually expand to include about ten public policy graduate schools in key global cities worldwide, sponsoring collaborative public policy research and student and faculty exchanges, as well as offering dual degrees in graduate professional programs.