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ECPR Virtual Methods School 2020

Policy Learning and Policy Change

Policy Analysis
Policy Change
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Stéphane Moyson
Université catholique de Louvain
Panel Discussant
Philipp Trein
Université de Lausanne

05/09/2019 11:00 - 12:40
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 4th floor Room: 401
Policy learning is a cognitive and social dynamic through which policy actors revise or strengthen their beliefs. Further research about the assumptions, micro‐foundations, conceptual apparatus, observable implications and normative applications is required to understand the relations between policy learning and policy change. Conceptual and empirical papers addressing this ambition in different institutional or functional areas are presented in this panel.

Paper List

Title Details
Conflict Resolution via Policy Learning: A Comparative Analysis of Enablers and Obstacles to Marine National Park Establishment in Sweden View Paper Details
From Emergence to Output: Ideas in the Policy Process View Paper Details
Learning in Policy Formulation: Information Utilisation and Learning Processes Within Ministerial Cabinets of the Belgian Francophone Governments View Paper Details
The Respective Effects of Knowledge and Non-Knowledge on Policy Learning in the European Liberalisation Policy Process of Belgian Network Industries View Paper Details
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