Joint International Teaching and Learning Conference 2019

Emerging Perspectives on Policy Change

Governance
 
Public Policy
 
Policy Change
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P110
Panel Chair
Nils Bandelow
TU Braunschweig
Panel Co-Chair
Patrick Hassenteufel
Laboratoire Printemps – Université Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines – Paris Saclay
Panel Discussant
Johanna Hornung
TU Braunschweig

Abstract
In recent years, policy process research has experienced the emergence of theoretical perspectives on policy change that either connect to existing and established frameworks or provide a complementary view on the policy process. This panel fosters intellectual discussion with regard to emerging perspectives, such as Actor-Centred Constructivism, the Programmatic Action Framework (PAF), Social Identities in the Policy Process (SIPP) and combinations of established perspectives.

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A Pragmatist Approach to Understand Policy Proposal Trajectory View Paper Details
Economic Crisis and Policy Change: Towards a Sociological Actor-Centred Perspective View Paper Details
Policy Change for Sustainability Through Institutional Failure and Decline? View Paper Details
Programmatic Groups in State Education Policy View Paper Details
Who’s The Expert? The Role of Scientific Advisory Boards in the Policy Process View Paper Details
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