Policy and Politics

(The TQCC of Policy and Politics is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Co-creation: the new kid on the block in public governance70
Co-experience, co-production and co-governance: an ecosystem approach to the analysis of value creation69
A theoretical framework for studying the co-creation of innovative solutions and public value61
Expert knowledge and policymaking: a multi-disciplinary research agenda44
How public leaders can promote public value through co-creation34
Digital platforms for the co-creation of public value28
From policy entrepreneurs to policy entrepreneurship: actors and actions in public policy innovation25
Collaborative governance and innovation in public services settings23
Strategic management as an enabler of co-creation in public services21
Beyond nudge: advancing the state-of-the-art of behavioural public policy and administration21
Why nudge sometimes fails: fatalism and the problem of behaviour change20
New pathways to paradigm change in public policy: combining insights from policy design, mix and feedback19
The politics of intersectional practice: competing concepts of intersectionality17
Growth and gaps: a meta-review of policy diffusion studies in the American states17
A behavioural model of heuristics and biases in frontline policy implementation17
Polycentric governance and policy advice: lessons from Whitehall policy advisory systems15
Policy overreaction styles during manufactured crises15
The limits of localism: a decade of disaster on homelessness in England15
Concluding discussion: key themes in the (possible) move to co-production and co-creation in public management13
Conceptualising policy design in the policy process12
Behavioural insights teams in practice: nudge missions and methods on trial12
Fit to govern? Comparing citizen and policymaker perceptions of deliberative democratic innovations11
Advancing behavioural public policies: in pursuit of a more comprehensive concept10
Emotions and the policy process: enthusiasm, anger and fear10
Transformational change through Public Policy10
Measuring and assessing the effects of collaborative innovation in crime prevention10
How policymakers employ ethical frames to design and introduce new policies: the case of childhood vaccine mandates in Australia10
Making interpretive policy analysis critical and societally relevant: emotions, ethnography and language9
When do disasters spark transformative policy change and why?9
How does policy learning take place across a multilevel governance architecture during crises?8
Who are behavioural public policy experts and how are they organised globally?8
Government’s social responsibility, citizen satisfaction and trust8
How diverse and inclusive are policy process theories?17
What motivates street-level bureaucrats to implement the reforms of elected politicians?7
Lessons from policy theories for the pursuit of equity in health, education and gender policy6
The dynamic role of governments in adopting policy innovations in China6
Policy learning governance: a new perspective on agency across policy learning theories6
How do media, political and regulatory agendas influence one another in high risk policy issues?6
The impact of direct democracy on policy change: insights from European citizens’ initiatives6
The neglected politics behind evidence-based policy: shedding light on instrument constituency dynamics6