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The European Union and Beyond

The Role of Narratives in the Public Policy Process

Public Policy
 
Narratives
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P421
Panel Chair
Claudio Radaelli
University College London
Panel Discussant
Johanna Kuenzler
Universität Bern

Time
04/09/2019 15:00 - 16:40
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 4th floor Room: 401
Abstract
The Narrative Policy Framework (NPF) demonstrates how narratives affect policy change with variables such as narrative elements, policy beliefs, and narrative strategies. Future research articulating the NPF with other policy process frameworks such as Multiple Streams Framework and agenda setting would be worthwhile. Implications for practice include learning how to tell better stories about policy solutions. Research on how the NPF applies to policymaking outside of democracies would further enhance the framework.

Paper List


Title Details
Agenda and Framing Dynamics of Public Policy during the Debt and Refugee Crises in Greece View Paper Details
Application of the 'Narrative Policy Framework' Theoretical Approach in Inter-Municipal Cooperation in Slovakia (Micro-Level of NPF) View Paper Details
Politisation, Autonomy and Centralisation: Explaining 2018 Reforms in Polish Higher Education and Science View Paper Details
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