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Innovative Perspectives on the Research of Beliefs and Networks in the Policy Process

Methods
Policy Change
Theoretical
P169
Stéphane Moyson
Université catholique de Louvain
Edella Schlager
University of Arizona

Saturday 09:00 - 10:40 (07/09/2019)

Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 4th floor Room: 401

Abstract

Actor beliefs and networks are often taken as separate and rather stable foundations of the policy process. However, beliefs can both be the reason of linkages and be influenced by linkages. This panel combines papers that address multiple relationship of beliefs, networks and the policy process with different methods and on different levels. It includes the systematic review of literature, single case studies, and comparisons. Empirical applications are given on the regional, national and EU level. Theoretical foundations include established and emerging perspectives like the Advocacy Coalition Framework, the Programmatic Action Framework, and the Social Identity Theory.

Title Details
Theorising Patterns of Policy Networks at the Local Level in Germany View Paper Details
Social Identities in the European Parliament ꟷ Voting Behaviour of MEPs in the Field of Agricultural Policy View Paper Details
Beliefs, Social Identities and Coalition Structures in a Local Policy Subsystem View Paper Details
The Hierarchy of Beliefs and Coordination: Identifying Coalitions in Switzerland's Climate Policy Subsystem View Paper Details