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(The following only lists papers published after 15. August 2018.)
More equal than others: Assessing economic and citizen groups' access across policymaking venues
Measuring bureaucratic reputation: Scale development and validation
NGOs and the policy‐making process in Russia: The case of child welfare reform
Why decentralize decision making? English local actors' viewpoints
Securing cyberspace: How states design governance arrangements
Transnational policy influence and the politics of legitimation
Consultocracy and its discontents: A critical typology and a call for a research agenda
Shaping Policy in India: Alliance, Advocacy, Activism. Rajesh Chakrabarti, Kaushiki Sanyal. Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India, 2017. 312 pp. $45 (cloth)
California Greenin’: How the Golden State Became an Environmental Leader. David Vogel. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 2018. 304 pp. $29.95 (cloth)
Electing Peace: From Civil Conflict to Political Participation. Aila M. Matanock. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2017. 335 pp. $34.99 (paper)
Meta‐Regulation in Practice: Beyond Normative Views of Morality and Rationality. F. C. Simon. Routledge, New York, 2017. 240 pp. $49.46 (e‐book)
Power in Modern Russia: Strategy and Mobilisation. Andrew Monaghan. Manchester University Press, Manchester, England, 2017. 104 pp. $11.95 (paper)
Award citation: The Charles H. Levine memorial book prize, 2018
Explaining institutional amnesia in government
The politics of social spending after the Great Recession: The return of partisan policy making
Institutional trustworthiness and national security governance: Evidence from six European countries
The Myth of the Strong Leader: Political Leadership in the Modern Age.
Archie Brown. Basic Books, New York, 2014. 480 pp. $10.49 (paper)
How Global Institutions Rule the World.
Josep M. Colomer. Palgrave Macmillan Press, New York, 2014. 219 pp. $79.99 (ebook)
The Politics of Expertise in International Organizations: How International Bureaucracies Produce and Mobilize Knowledge.
Annabelle Littoz‐Monnet, ed. Routledge, New York, 2017. 228 pp. $28.98 (ebook)
The Politics of Freedom of Information: How and why Governments Pass Laws that Threaten their Power.
Ben Worthy. Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK, 2017. 240 pp. $115 (cloth)
Comparative Public Management: Why National, Environmental, and Organizational Context Matters. Kenneth J. Meier, Amanda N. Rutherford, Claudia N. Avellaneda, eds. Georgetown University Press, Washington, D.C., 2017. 272 pp. $32.95 (paper)
The Limits of Institutional Reform in Development: Changing Rules for Realistic Solutions