Journal of Public Policy

(The TQCC of Journal of Public Policy is 9. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The Politics of Blame Avoidance931
Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Implementation Research: a Critical Analysis and Suggested Synthesis875
What is Lesson-Drawing?679
From the Positive to the Regulatory State: Causes and Consequences of Changes in the Mode of Governance596
Focusing Events, Mobilization, and Agenda Setting514
Policy Learning and Failure431
Is It Time to Disinvest in Social Capital?302
Policy Success, Policy Failure and Grey Areas In-Between280
Instruments of Government: Perceptions and Contexts273
The Shadow of Hierarchy and New Modes of Governance264
Economic Benefits and Support for Membership in the E.U.: A Cross-National Analysis248
Venue Shopping, Political Strategy, and Policy Change: The Internationalization of Canadian Forest Advocacy225
Path Dependency, or Why History Makes It Difficult but Not Impossible to Reform Health Care Systems in a Big Way203
Network Governance and Multi-level Delegation: European Networks of Regulatory Agencies200
Interest Groups and Public Policy: The Insider/Outsider Model Revisited199
Evaluating the Advocacy Coalition Framework189
Lobbying Success in the United States and the European Union181
Inclusion without Influence? NGOs in European Trade Policy174
Institutions, Veto Points, and Policy Results: A Comparative Analysis of Health Care171
Policy Recommendations for Multi-Actor Implementation: An Assessment of the Field171
The Question of Interest Group Influence161
Paths and Forks or Chutes and Ladders?: Negative Feedbacks and Policy Regime Change151
National Adaptation to European Integration: The Importance of Institutional Veto Points146
Policy formulation, governance shifts and policy influence: location and content in policy advisory systems137
National Styles and Policy Sectors: Explaining Structured Variation136
Paradigm Shifts and Policy Networks: Cumulative Change in Agriculture132
Global-net for Global Movements? A Network of Networks for a Movement of Movements130
Systematically Pinching Ideas: A Comparative Approach to Policy Design126
Reconsidering Policy Design: Policies and Publics126
The European Business Interest and the Nation State: Large-firm Lobbying in the European Union and Member States124
Problems (and solutions) in the measurement of policy diffusion mechanisms124
The Governance of the European Union: A New Institutionalist Approach124
Iron Triangles, Woolly Corporatism and Elastic Nets: Images of the Policy Process122
Creeping Competence: The Expanding Agenda of the European Community117
European Policies: The Impact of National Administrative Traditions113
Explaining Cross-National Variance in Administrative Reform: Autonomous versus Instrumental Bureaucracies113
Are Aging OECD Welfare States on the Path to Gerontocracy?112
e-Government as a Carrier of Context110
New Modes of Governance in the Shadow of Hierarchy: Self-regulation by Industry in Europe108
Implementation Research — The Link Gone Missing108
Who Governs Intermediary Agencies? Principal-Agent Relations in Research Policy-Making105
The Selection of Policy Instruments: a Network-based Perspective105
Policy Regimes and Policy Change103
From Social Theory to Policy Design98
How States Utilize Foreign Evidence98
Measuring Corruption: A Critique of Indicators in Eastern Europe and Central Asia96
Cross-National Sources of Regulatory Policymaking in Europe and the United States93
Process Sequencing Policy Dynamics: Beyond Homeostasis and Path Dependency92
In and Out of the Revolving Door: Making Sense of Regulatory Capture90
The Ubiquitous Rise of Economists90
Determinants of Transposition Delay in the European Union87
What Role for Learning? The Diffusion of Privatisation in OECD and Latin American Countries85
Improving Implementation Through Framing Smarter Statutes82
Ties that count: explaining interest group access to policymakers81
Learning in Organizations and Public Policy80
The Problematic Metagovernance of Networks: Water Reform in New South Wales80
Popular Support for the Welfare State: A Comparison Between Institutional Regimes76
Skeptical Reflections on a Europe of Regions: Britain, Germany, and the ERDF75
Leading the Dance? Power and Political Resources of Business Lobbyists73
Political Conflict and Lesson-Drawing73
“Close but no Cigar”: the measurement of corruption71
Policy overreaction69
Don't Toss Coins in Garbage Cans: A Prologue to Policy Design67
Sustainability: Demands on Policy67
Theorizing About the Growth of Government: A Research Assessment65
Market and Non-Market Failures: Comparison and Assessment65
Agendas, Alternatives, and Public Policy: Lessons from the U.S. Foreign Policy Arena65
Beyond Legalism? Policy Ideas, Implementation Styles and Emulation-Based Convergence in Canadian and U.S. Environmental Policy61
Sleeping with an Elephant: The American Influence on Canadian Environmental Regulation60
Trade Openness, Capital Openness and Government Size59
National Diversity, Regime Competition and Institutional Deadlock: Problems in Forming a European Industrial Relations System59
Explaining the Accountability of Independent Agencies: The Importance of Political Salience59
A Global Diffusion Model of e-Governance58
The politics of immigrant policy in the 50 US states, 2005-201156
The Making of the European Energy Market: The Interplay of Governance and Government55
The opposition's policy influence through issue politicisation54
Why Did Estonia Choose Fiscal Retrenchment after the 2008 Crisis?54
Community Agency and Community Engagement: Re-theorising Participation in Governance53
The Political Costs of Policy Coherence: Constructing a Rural Policy for Scotland51
Discounting Discounting51
In Whose Interest? Pressure Group Politics, Economic Competition and Environmental Regulation51
The importance of salience: public opinion and state policy action on climate change51
Obfuscating Retrenchment: Swedish Welfare Policy in the 1990s51
Direct Democracy and Public Policymaking50
When the smoke clears: expertise, learning and policy diffusion49
Government Supply and Government Production Failure: A Framework Based on Contestability48
Military Expenditures Worldwide: Determinants and Trends, 1972–198848
Networks in EU Multi-level Governance: Concepts and Contributions47
The Governance of Competition: the interplay of technology, economics, and politics in European Union electricity and telecom regimes47
The Determinants of Program Success and Failure47
Business as usual: interest group access and representation across policy-making venues47
The Puzzle of Regulatory Competition47
The Politics of Policy Resistance: Reconstructing Higher Education in Kosovo46
Testing the Churchill Hypothesis: Popular Support for Democracy and its Alternatives45
Convergence and Divergence in ‘New Governance’ Arrangements: Evidence from European Integrated Natural Resource Strategies45
Leon S. Robertson, Injuries: Causes, Control Strategies, and Public Policy, Lexington Books, 1983, 219 + xiv, £22.50.45
From metaphors to measures: observable indicators of gradual institutional change45
The New Barter Economy: An Appraisal of Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS)44
Convergence Within National Diversity: The Regulatory State in Finance44
Integrated strategies on sustainable development, climate change mitigation and adaptation in Western Europe: communication rather than coordination44
Multiple streams in member state implementation: politics, problem construction and policy paths in Swiss asylum policy43
West Germany: The Policy of the Middle Way43
Does Corporatism Really Matter? The economic crisis and issues of political theory43
Federalism, Direct Democracy, and Welfare State Development in Switzerland43
The Architecture of Control: a Chinese Strategy for e-Governance43
Do Political Factors Matter for Health Care Expenditure? A Comparative Study of Swiss Cantons42
A Game-Theoretical Interpretation of Inflation and Unemployment in Western Europe41
When Institutions No Longer Matter: Reform of Telecommunications and Electricity in Germany, France and Britain41
Networks of Power in the CAP System of the EU-15 and EU-2741
Sterile Debates and Dubious Generalisations: European Integration Theory Tested by Telecommunications and Electricity40
The Institutional Design of EMU: A Democratic Deficit?40
To Sell or Not to Sell? Telecommunications Policy in Britain and France40
Minority Governments and Party Politics: The Political and Institutional Background to the “Danish Miracle”40
Control Over Bureaucracy: Cultural Theory and Institutional Variety40
Policy Paradigms, Policy Networks and Water Policy in Israel38
The politics of fiscal consolidation revisited37
The Logic of Local Business Associations: an Analysis of Voluntary Chambers of Commerce37
Framing Welfare Reform in Affluent Societies: Rendering Restructuring More Palatable?37
Technology-Based Small Firms and Regional Innovation Potential: The Role of Public Procurement36
Social Learning and Macroeconomic Policy in Britain36
How do policy ideas spread among international administrations? Policy entrepreneurs and bureaucratic influence in the UN response to AIDS36
Understanding Local Government Responses to Fiscal Pressure: a Cross National Analysis36
Learning by doing: the role of financial experience in financial literacy36
Public Expenditure and Economic Performance in OECD Countries36
Competition and Cooperation in Environmental Policy: Individual and Interaction Effects35
Policy Tools and Institutional Change: Comparing education policies in Norway, Sweden and England35
To Judge Leviathan: Sovereign Credit Ratings, National Law, and the World Economy35
The Pressman-Wildavsky Paradox: Four Addenda or Why Models Based on Probability Theory Can Predict Implementation Success and Suggest Useful Tactical Advice for Implementers34
Can policy-packaging increase public support for costly policies? Insights from a choice experiment on policies against vehicle emissions34
New Policy Ideas and Old Policy Networks: Implementing Green Taxation in Scandinavia34
Public sector reform and blame avoidance effects34
Newspaper attention and policy activities in Spain33
Economic Growth as Environmental Policy? Reconsidering the Environmental Kuznets Curve33
Happy taxation: increasing tax compliance through positive rewards?32
Privatization: Towards a Concept for Comparative Policy Analysis32
Policy by the Way: When Policy is Incidental to Making Other Policies32
Social Democracy, Unions, and Pension Politics in Germany and Sweden32
Between Pluralism and Corporatism German Business Associations and the State32
What Drives the Diffusion of Privatization Policy? Evidence from the Telecommunications Sector31
Cops for hire? The political economy of police employment in the German states31
Issue expertise in policymaking31
Adoption, reinvention and amendment of renewable portfolio standards in the American states30
Advocacy Coalitions and the Internationalization of Public Health Policies30
Electric utilities and American climate policy: lobbying by expected winners and losers30
Network Constraints in EU Banking Regulation: The Capital Requirements Directive30
The Long Road to Long-Term Care Insurance in Germany29
Risk, Regulation and Crisis: Comparing National Responses in Food Safety Regulation29
The three institutionalisms and institutional dynamics: understanding endogenous and exogenous change29
Regulatory Federalism: EU Environmental Regulation in Comparative Perspective29
Lagged Learning and the Response to Equilibrium Shock: The Global Financial Crisis and IMF Surveillance29
Measuring interest group framing strategies in public policy debates29
Europe from the Bottom: Assessing Personal Gains and Losses and its Effects on EU Support29
Dealing with bad guys: actor- and process-level determinants of the “devil shift” in policy making28
Partisan Politics, Party Competition and Veto Players: German Economic Policy in the Kohl Era28
Do policy instruments matter? Governments’ choice of policy mix and higher education performance in Western Europe28
Veto Players, Globalization and the Redistributive Capacity of the State: A Panel Study of 15 OECD Countries28
Policy failures, blame games and changes to policy practice28
Policy entrepreneurship across boundaries: a systematic literature review28
Exogenous Shocks in Subsystem Adjustment and Policy Change: The Credit Crunch and Canadian Banking Regulation28
Policy Punctuations in Mature Welfare States28
Executive Agencies in Government: The Impact of Bureaucratic Networks on Policy Outcomes27
Roads to Success: Budget Consolidations in OECD Countries27
Maximizing Tax Revenue While Minimizing Political Costs27
‘Wat We Zelf Doen, Doen We Beter’; Belgian Substate Nationalisms, Congruence and Public Policy26
Missing the Lisbon Target? Multi-Level Innovation and EU Policy Coordination26
Understanding rationales for collaboration in high-intensity policy conflicts26
The European Social Dialogue in the Shadow of Hierarchy26
Institutions and coalitions in policy processes: a cross-sectoral comparison25
The Wrong Type of Regulation? Regulatory Failure and the Railways in Britain and Germany25
Popular Sovereignty and the Search for Appropriate Institutions25
Regulatory Impact Assessment: Formal Institutionalization and Practice25
The Lamfalussy Reform in the EU Securities Markets: Fiduciary Relationships, Policy Effectiveness and Balance of Power25
Enforcement Styles Among Environmental Protection Officials in China25
The formation of public-private partnerships in China: an institutional perspective25
How to measure public demand for policies when there is no appropriate survey data?25
The Politics of Healthcare Reform in Postcommunist Europe: The Importance of Access25
Policy learning and science policy innovation adoption by street-level bureaucrats24
Governing Danish Agencies by Contract: From Negotiated Freedom to the Shadow of Hierarchy24
Policy image resilience, multidimensionality, and policy image management: a study of US biofuel policy24
Income taxation and the validity of state capacity indicators24
Decentralization and Privatization: Education Policy in Chile24
From the Second to the Informal Economy24
Political Power, Fiscal Institutions and Budgetary Outcomes in Central and Eastern Europe24
The Limits of EMU Conditionality: Fiscal Adjustment in Southern Europe24
Don't Blame the Bureaucracy!24
Federalism and Multilevel Governance in Tobacco Policy: the European Union, the United Kingdom, and Devolved UK Institutions24
Statutory Coherence and Policy Implementation: The Case of Family Planning24
The Comparative Policy Agendas Project: theory, measurement and findings23
Can Variation in Public Policies Account for Differences in Comparative Advantage?23
Does Palermo Represent The Future For Moscow?23
Government and the Voluntary Sector in an Era of Retrenchment: The American Experience23
Institutional trust and welfare state support: on the role of trust in market institutions22
Governing the Skies: Conditions for the Europeanisation of Airline Policy22
Integrating collaborative governance theory with the Advocacy Coalition Framework22
Does Labor Matter? Institutions, Labor Unions and Pension Reform in France and the United States22
Varieties of Capitalist Democracy: What Difference Does East-Central Europe Make?22
A Policy Network Explanation of Biotechnology Policy Differences between the United States and Canada22
Job creation and firm-specific location incentives22
Assessing Welfare State Change: The German Social Insurance State between Reciprocity and Solidarity21
Convergence in Policy Outcomes: Social Security Systems in Perspective21
Competence Allocation in the EU Competition Policy System as an Interest-Driven Process21
Organisational Transformation Through the Internet21
Two Cheers for the Welfare State: Public Opinion and Private Welfare21
From Claiming Credit to Avoiding Blame: The Evolution of Congressional Strategy for Asbestos Management21
Shaping the Web of Civic Participation: Civil Society Websites in Eastern Europe20
The Economic Content of Security20
Behind the Veil of Vagueness: Success and Failure in Institutional Reforms20
The longer-run performance effects of agencification: theory and evidence from Québec agencies20
Driving energy: the enactment and ambitiousness of state renewable energy policy20
Material poverty and multiple deprivation in Britain: the distinctiveness of multidimensional assessment20
Offshore financial activity and tax policy: evidence from a leaked data set20
From National Hierarchies to International Standardization: Modal Changes in the Governance of Telecommunications19
Constitutions, EU Law and Judicial Strategies in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland19
Popular versus Elite Views of Privatization: The Case of Britain19
Budgeting Procedures and Democratic Ideals: An Evaluation of Swedish Reforms19
Disappointments and Legacies of Social Indicators19
Interdependent policy instrument preferences: a two-mode network approach19
Bureaucrats and Budgeting Benefits: How do British Central Government Departments Measure Up?19
Interpreting the unexpected: the case of AIDS policy making in Britain19
The American Legislative Process as a Signal19
Defending the status quo across venues and coalitions: evidence from California interest groups19
Are policymakers responsive to public demand in climate politics?19
Efficiency and Democratic Political Organisation; The Case for the Referendum19
Professionalism and Political Conflict: A Developmental Model19
Agency policy preferences, congressional letter-marking and the allocation of distributive policy benefits18
Political Institutions and Policy Performance: A Comparative Analysis of Central and Eastern Europe18
Institutional Performance and Compliance with EU Law: Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia18
Fighting Political Terrorism by Refusing Recognition18
Welfare Over Time: Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism in Panel Perspective18
The Impact of Old Politics and New Politics Value Orientations on Party Choice – A Comparative Study18
Decision-making in the Swiss Energy Policy Elite18
Curbing Public Expenditure: Current Trends18
Fiscal federalism and American exceptionalism: why is there no federal equalisation system in the United States?18
Performing to Type? How State Institutions Matter in East Central Europe18
The EU budget after Lisbon: rigidity and reduced spending?18
Who feeds information to regulators? Stakeholder diversity in European Union regulatory agency consultations18
Policy-Making in Central-Local Government Relations: Balancing Local Autonomy, Macroeconomic Control, and Sectoral Policy Goals17
The political economy of budget trade-offs17
Policy beyond politics? Public opinion, party politics and the French pro-nuclear energy policy17
Innovation in Local Government and Fiscal Austerity17
Corporate Direct Taxation in the European Union: Explaining the Policy Process17
Can policy forums overcome echo chamber effects by enabling policy learning? Evidence from the Irish climate change policy network17
Electoral Cycles, Budget Controls and Public Expenditure16
Policy convergence as a multifaceted concept: the case of renewable energy policies in the European Union16
Domestic Political Preconditions of US Trade Policy: Liberal Structure and Protectionist Dynamics16
Consumer Activism, EU Institutions and Global Markets: The Struggle over Biotech Foods16
Divergence in Growth in Post-Communist Countries16
Public information, public learning and public opinion: democratic accountability in education policy16
On Government, Governance and Judicial Review: The Case of European Competition Policy16
The Internet and Public–Private Governance in the European Union16
Incremental Budgeting: Antecedents of Change16
The Comparative Policy Agendas Projects as measurement systems: response to Dowding, Hindmoor and Martin16
Nationalism, Public Policy, and Institutional Development: Social Security in Belgium16
Participation, process and policy: the informational value of politicised judicial review15
Citizens Strike a Balance: Discontent With Taxes, Content With Spending15
The Evolution of a Movement15
Have Taxes Led Government Expenditures? The United States as a Test Case15
Can the State Create Cooperation?: Problems of Reforming the Labor Supply in France15
Local Government Reorganization and the Development of the Welfare State15
What’s fair? Preferences for tax progressivity in the wake of the financial crisis15
Policy Networks and Industrial Revitalization: High Speed Rail Initiatives in France and Germany15
Development Policy and Its Determinants in East Asia and Latin America15
Comparing Comparative Policy Studies — A Path Towards Integration?15
Agency rulemaking in a separation of powers system15
Gubernatorial use of executive orders: unilateral action and policy adoption14
Introduction: Lesson-Drawing across Nations14
Setting and Firing Policy Triggers14
The Politics of Economic Policy and Performance in Latin America14
Human trafficking and migration control policy: vicious or virtuous cycle?14
Social Insurance as an Efficiency Device14
International Games With National Rules: How Regulation Shapes Competition in ‘Global’ Markets14
Capturing Quality?: The Quality Issue in British and American Health Policies14
Building Bridges Across Frames?14
Trading Up in the Transatlantic Relationship14
Congress as manager: oversight hearings and agency morale14
The politics of redistribution in local governments: the effect of gender representation on welfare spending in California counties13
Influences on Deficit Spending in Industrialized Democracies13
Politics and Privatization: Exogenous pressures, domestic incentives and state divestiture in Latin America13
Business and Political Dimensions in Disaster Management13
From National Champions to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Changing Policy Emphasis in France, Germany and Sweden13
How political trust matters in emergent democracies: evidence from East and Southeast Asia13
A Society without a ‘State’? Political Organization, Social Conflict, and Welfare Provision in the United States13
The logic of deflective action: US energy shocks and the US policy process13
Policy Style and Issue Environment: The Electricity Supply Sector in West Germany13
Planning Systems and Policy Implementation13
Corporate governance and democratic accountability: local state-owned enterprises in Norway13
The partisan politics of early childhood education in the German Länder13
Conspiracy and The Policy Process: A Case Study of the New Zealand Experiment13
Capital Politics: Creditors and the International Political Economy13
Networking, lobbying and bargaining for pensions: trade union power in the Norwegian pension reform13
Deliberate disproportionate policy response: towards a conceptual turn13
The Temporal Welfare State: A Crossnational Comparison12
European Markets and National Regulation: Conflict and Cooperation in British Competition Policy12
Towards a Strategic View on EMU: A Critical Survey12
Defection and Hierarchy in International Intelligence Sharing12
The new politics of energy security and the rise of the catalytic state in southern Europe12
The Effectiveness of Self-Regulation by the Private Military and Security Industry12
Gendered diffusion on gendered issues: the case of human trafficking12
Europeanisation beyond the European Union: tobacco advertisement restrictions in Swiss cantons12
What if Anything is Wrong with Big Government?12
The Political Economy of Imperfect Competition12
Ralph C. Bryant, Peter Hooper and Catherine L. Mann (eds) Evaluating Policy Regimes, The Brookings Institution, Washington DC, USA, 1993. pp. 993.12
Styles of Reform: Differences in quango creation between policy sectors in the Netherlands12
Entrepreneurship and Government Policy: The Case of the Housing Market12
Mrs. Thatcher's Employment Prescription: An Active Neo-Liberal Labor Market Policy12
Is Unemployment Insurable? Employers and the Development of Unemployment Insurance12
Comparative Public Policy at the Crossroads12
The diffusion of climate policies among German municipalities12
Negotiation-based Policy Instruments and Performance: Dutch Covenants and Environmental Policy Outcomes12
Complexity, coupling and policy effectiveness: the European response to the Greek sovereign debt crisis12
The Middle Classes and the Welfare State under Conservative and Labour Governments11
Policy programme cycles through old and new programmatic groups11
Measuring Poverty: Context-Specific but not Relative11
What is Internet Governance and Where Does it Come From?11
Convergence in Environmental Policy? The Resilience of National Institutional Designs in Spain and Germany11
Unintended Consequences: Institutional Autonomy and Executive Discretion in the European Union11
Contractual Uncertainty, Power and Public Contracting11
Frontline uses of European Union (EU) law: a parallel legal order? How structural discretion conditions uses of EU law in Dutch and German migration offices11
Development, democracy and corruption: how poverty and lack of political rights encourage corruption11
Outcomes of Nuclear Technology Policy: Do Varying Political Styles Make a Difference?11
Party government and policy responsiveness. Evidence from three parliamentary democracies11
Networks of Foundations as Norm Entrepreneurs: Between Politics and Policies in EU Decision-making10
The Policy Analysis-Critical Theory Affair: Wildavsky and Habermas as Bedfellows?10
When Consumers Oppose Consumer Protection: The Politics of Regulatory Backlash10
Housing Policy: Towards a Public Choice Perspective10
Deregulation and Privatization in Germany10
Growth by Exception: or The Vain Attempt to Impose Resource Scarcity on the Danish Public Sector10
Amateurs Confronting Specialists: Expenditure on AIDS in England10
The impact of intra-EU migration on welfare chauvinism10
The Transition to Democracy in Central Europe: A Comparative View10
Policy Entrepreneurship in Government: An American Study10
Large Firms and Public Policy in Britain10
From London to Bretton Woods; Sources of Change in Bargaining Strategies and Outcomes10
Events, Public Discourses and Responsive Government: Quality Assurance in Health Care in England, Sweden and Japan10
External Shocks, Conflict and Learning as Interactive Sources of Change in U.S. Security Policy10
Contingent technocracy: bureaucratic independence in developing countries10
Reshaping Employment Regimes in Europe: Policy Shifts Alongside Boundary Change10
Adaptation and Integration through Policy Re-categorization10
The Political Appraisal of Employment Policies10
John W. Kingdon, Agendas, Alternatives, and Public Policies, Boston: Little, Brown, 1984, xi + 240 pp., $9.95.10
Whatever Happened to Social Indicators? A Symposium9
Assessing the Added Value of an EU Agency for Aviation Safety9
Moving in, managing up: executive job formation and political behaviour9
Good Blood, Bad Blood, and the Market: The Gift Relationship Revisited9
Improbable Implementation: The Pressman–Wildavsky Paradox Revisited9
Regulatory Quality and Performance in EU Network Industries: Evidence on Telecommunications, Gas and Electricity9
Politics or management? Analysing differences in local implementation performance of the EU Ambient Air Quality directive9
How Adaptable is the European Commission? The Case of State Aid Regulation9
The Social Production of Welfare and Consumption of Social Services9
How to win friends and influence people: climate scientists’ perspectives on their relationship with and influence on government officials9
The Process of Europeanization: Norway and the Internal Energy Market9
East-West Migration and the Czech Republic9
Personal Information Policies in the United States and Britain: The Dilemma of Implementation Considerations9
Relationality: an alternative framework for analysing policy9
Understanding institutional conversion: the case of the National Reporting and Learning System9
Policy accommodation versus electoral turnover: policy representation in Britain, 1945–20159
Aging, Savings, and Pensions in the Group of Seven Countries: 1980—20259
The politics of strategy: why government agencies conduct major strategic reviews9
Valuing Agriculture: Balancing Competing Objectives in the Policy Process9
The European Union Budget, the Balanced Budget Rule and the Development of Common European Policies9
The Politics of Monetary Policy: A Critical Review9
The stability of basic income: a constitutional solution for a political problem?9
Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations, ‘Argentine Style’9
Governance and organisational effectiveness: towards a theory of government performance9
The drivers of regulatory networking: policy learning between homophily and convergence9
The Dynamics of Popular Reactions to Democratization in Korea9