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Political Science in Europe

New Insights on the Policy Process through Comparative Applications of the Advocacy Coalition Framework

Governance
 
Coalition
 
Policy Change
 
Panel Number
P221
Panel Chair
Tuomas Ylä-Anttila
University of Helsinki
Panel Co-Chair
Tanya Heikkila
University of Colorado Denver
Panel Discussant
Antti Gronow
University of Helsinki

Time
05/09/2019 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 4th floor Room: 401
Abstract
The Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF) has been applied to study the formation of coalitions, policy learning and policy change in a variety of countries and policy domains. The ACF also provides critical insights into the ways in which people coordinate, engage in conflict, and collaborate within policy process. Many ACF studies, however, are case studies of one policy process in one country. This panel will highlight a collection of papers that engage in comparisons of policy processes, through an ACF lens, across countries, policy domains and/or over time. In doing so, the papers in this panel contribute novel insights to the ACF about the contextual factors that shape how people interact and engage in policy processes, as well as the policy outcomes of those interactions.

Paper List


Title Details
A Relational Approach to the Identification of Advocacy Coalitions View Paper Details
Assessing ‘Devil Shifts’ and the Prospects of Collaborative Solutions in Natural Resource Management View Paper Details
Subsystem Compartmentalisation in a Cross-National Comparative Perspective: Applying the ACF to Climate Change Committees’ Networks in Germany, Japan and USA View Paper Details
The Advocacy Coalition Index: Identifying Coalitions by Simultaneously Taking into Account Coordination of Action and Belief Homophily View Paper Details
The Politics of Hydraulic Fracturing: An ACF Approach to the Role of Public Agencies in Policy Processes View Paper Details
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