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The European Union and Beyond

Theoretical and Methodological Innovations for Policy Process Frameworks

Policy Change
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Karin Ingold
Universität Bern
Panel Discussant
Melanie Nagel
Universität Konstanz

06/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 4th floor Room: 401
Sound policy process research addressing policy change is produced when frameworks integrate theoretical reflections and use appropriate methods for operationalization. While this poses a variety of challenges (e.g., research design decisions), some frameworks seem to work better when applying specific theories or methods (e.g., social network analysis, QCA, meta-analysis). Papers contributing to the question when and how to integrate theories, models, as well as methods, are presented.

Paper List

Title Details
Assessing the Past and Planning the Future: Revisiting and Updating ACF’s Theories of Policy Learning and Policy Change View Paper Details
Can Beliefs Act as Institutional Filters? – Investigating Rules, Beliefs and Coordination in Different Watershed Management Situations View Paper Details
Cultural Theory and Party Identification – Investigating a Link in ACF Research View Paper Details
'Perturbation Management' as a Policy Tool View Paper Details
Punctuated Equilibrium Theory, Policy Change and Neural Networks: Can We Go Any Further Beyond Boundaries? View Paper Details
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