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Journal of Public Policy

1981 - 2019

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Volume 39, issue 4, 2019

Choosing lobbying sides: the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union pp. 543-564 Downloads
Atikcan, Ece Özlem and Adam William Chalmers
Swift, brokered and broad-based information exchange: how network structure facilitates stakeholders monitoring EU policy implementation pp. 565-585 Downloads
Reini Schrama
Going beyond dyadic consultation relationships: information exchange in multi-step participation procedures pp. 587-608 Downloads
Simon Fink and Eva Ruffing
Interdependent policy instrument preferences: a two-mode network approach pp. 609-636 Downloads
Florence Metz, Philip Leifeld and Karin Ingold
Left to right: labour market policy, labour market status and political affinities pp. 637-654 Downloads
Brett Meyer

Volume 39, issue 3, 2019

Redistributing under fiscal constraint: partisanship, debt, inequality and labour market regulation pp. 423-441 Downloads
Lasse Aaskoven
The drivers of regulatory networking: policy learning between homophily and convergence pp. 443-464 Downloads
Francesca P. Vantaggiato
Networking, lobbying and bargaining for pensions: trade union power in the Norwegian pension reform pp. 465-481 Downloads
Grødem, Anne Skevik and Jon M. Hippe
Do markets make good commissioners?: A quasi-experimental analysis of retail electric restructuring in Ohio pp. 483-515 Downloads
Noah Dormady, Zhongnan Jiang and Matthew Hoyt
Do markets make good commissioners?: A quasi-experimental analysis of retail electric restructuring in Ohio – ERRATUM pp. 517-519 Downloads
Noah Dormady, Zhongnan Jiang and Matthew Hoyt
Explaining the “ebb and flow†of the problem stream: frame conflicts over the future of coal seam gas (“fracking†) in Australia pp. 521-541 Downloads
Paul Fawcett, Michael J. Jensen, Ransan-Cooper, Hedda and Sonya Duus

Volume 39, issue 2, 2019

The evolution of human trafficking messaging in the United States and its effect on public opinion pp. 201-234 Downloads
Tabitha Bonilla and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo
Policy accommodation versus electoral turnover: policy representation in Britain, 1945–2015 pp. 235-265 Downloads
John Bartle, Sebastian Dellepiane Avellaneda and Anthony McGann
Change or stability in the structure of interest group networks? Evidence from Scottish Public Policy Consultations pp. 267-294 Downloads
Robert Ackland and Darren R. Halpin
How political trust matters in emergent democracies: evidence from East and Southeast Asia pp. 295-328 Downloads
O. Fiona Yap
Political control and policy-making uncertainty in executive orders: the implementation of environmental justice policy pp. 329-358 Downloads
Colin Provost and Brian J. Gerber
Political and legal antecedents of affirmative action: a comparative framework pp. 359-391 Downloads
Udi Sommer and Victor Asal
Policy entrepreneurship across boundaries: a systematic literature review pp. 393-422 Downloads
Marijn Faling, Robbert Biesbroek, Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Sylvia and Katrien Termeer

Volume 39, issue 1, 2019

Board on the job: public-pension governance in the United States (US) states pp. 1-34 Downloads
John Brooks
Integrating collaborative governance theory with the Advocacy Coalition Framework pp. 35-64 Downloads
Elizabeth A. Koebele
Does EU support contribute to economically successful Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)? A panel data analysis of road PPP projects in Spain pp. 65-87 Downloads
Laura Garrido, Thais Rangel, Baeza, María De Los à ngeles and Vassallo, José M.
Agency rulemaking in a separation of powers system pp. 89-113 Downloads
Rachel Augustine Potter and Charles R. Shipan
Pivotal Politics and the ideological content of Landmark Laws pp. 115-142 Downloads
Thomas R. Gray and Jeffery A. Jenkins
Lawmaking in American Legislatures: an empirical investigation pp. 143-175 Downloads
Joshua D. Clinton and Mark D. Richardson
Why does the United Kingdom (UK) have inconsistent preferences on financial regulation? The case of banking and capital markets pp. 177-200 Downloads
Scott James and Lucia Quaglia

Volume 38, issue 4, 2018

Political land corruption: evidence from Malta – the European Union’s smallest member state pp. 419-453 Downloads
Caruana-Galizia, Paul and Caruana-Galizia, Matthew
Frontline uses of European Union (EU) law: a parallel legal order? How structural discretion conditions uses of EU law in Dutch and German migration offices pp. 455-479 Downloads
Dörrenbächer, Nora
Does green taxation drive countries towards the carbon efficiency frontier? pp. 481-509 Downloads
Böhmelt, Tobias, Farzad Vaziri and Hugh Ward
The new politics of energy security and the rise of the catalytic state in southern Europe pp. 511-551 Downloads
Andrea Prontera
A dynamic linear modelling approach to public policy change pp. 553-579 Downloads
Matt W. Loftis and Peter B. Mortensen

Volume 38, issue 3, 2018

Assessing the validity and reliability of measurements when evaluating public policy pp. 275-304 Downloads
Michele Crepaz and Raj Chari
How do social security expenditures vary by state? The surprising impact of unemployment pp. 305-328 Downloads
LaTasha Y. Chaffin and J. Kevin Corder
Crashing the party: advocacy coalitions and the nonpartisan primary pp. 329-360 Downloads
J. Andrew Sinclair, O’Grady, Ian, Brock McIntosh and Carrie Nordlund
Policy convergence as a multifaceted concept: the case of renewable energy policies in the European Union pp. 361-387 Downloads
Sebastian Strunz, Erik Gawel, Paul Lehmann and Söderholm, Patrik
The impact of intra-EU migration on welfare chauvinism pp. 389-417 Downloads
Cornelius Cappelen and Yvette Peters

Volume 38, issue 2, 2018

Income inequality and the growth of redistributive spending in the United States (US) states: is there a link? pp. 141-163 Downloads
Tima T. Moldogaziev, James E. Monogan and Christopher Witko
The criminalisation of paying for sex in England and Wales: how gender and power are implicated in the making of policy pp. 165-189 Downloads
Natasha Mulvihill
Conditional tax competition in American states pp. 191-220 Downloads
Arel-Bundock, Vincent and Srinivas Parinandi
Policy failures, blame games and changes to policy practice pp. 221-242 Downloads
Markus Hinterleitner
The partisan politics of early childhood education in the German Länder pp. 243-274 Downloads
Marius R. Busemeyer and Lina Seitzl

Volume 38, issue 1, 2018

Understanding rationales for collaboration in high-intensity policy conflicts pp. 1-25 Downloads
Christopher M. Weible, Tanya Heikkila and Jonathan Pierce
Competition in local land use planning? pp. 27-56 Downloads
Jan Berli
When morality policies meet governance: private governance as response to value-driven conflicts pp. 57-81 Downloads
Eva-Maria Euchner and Caroline Preidel
Who lobbies the lobbyists? State Medicaid bureaucrats’ engagement in the legislative process pp. 83-111 Downloads
Katharine W. V. Bradley and Jake Haselswerdt
The effect of a state income tax on migration: the example of Connecticut pp. 113-140 Downloads
Whitney B. Afonso

Volume 37, issue 4, 2017

No vacancy: holdover capacity and the continued staffing of major commissions pp. 341-361 Downloads
Anthony Madonna and Ian Ostrander
State capture from below? The contradictory effects of decentralisation on public spending pp. 363-400 Downloads
Sean Mueller, Adrian Vatter and Tobias Arnold
Contingent technocracy: bureaucratic independence in developing countries pp. 401-429 Downloads
Manuel P. Teodoro and M. Anne Pitcher
Adoption, reinvention and amendment of renewable portfolio standards in the American states pp. 431-458 Downloads
Sanya Carley, Nicholson-Crotty, Sean and Chris J. Miller
Explaining varying lobbying styles across the Atlantic: an empirical test of the cultural and institutional explanations pp. 459-486 Downloads
Marcel Hanegraaff, Arlo Poletti and Jan Beyers

Volume 37, issue 3, 2017

Participation, process and policy: the informational value of politicised judicial review pp. 233-260 Downloads
Sean Gailmard and John W. Patty
Regulatory capture and quality pp. 261-286 Downloads
Laurence Tai
Multiple streams in member state implementation: politics, problem construction and policy paths in Swiss asylum policy pp. 287-314 Downloads
Fritz Sager and Eva Thomann
Gubernatorial use of executive orders: unilateral action and policy adoption pp. 315-339 Downloads
Mitchell Dylan Sellers

Volume 37, issue 2, 2017

Europeanisation beyond the European Union: tobacco advertisement restrictions in Swiss cantons pp. 113-142 Downloads
Philipp Trein
The fiscal benefits of repeated cooperation: coalitions and debt dynamics in 36 democracies pp. 143-172 Downloads
David Weisstanner
How to measure public demand for policies when there is no appropriate survey data? pp. 173-204 Downloads
Bianca Oehl, Lena Maria Schaffer and Thomas Bernauer
Lessons learned: how parents respond to school mandates and sanctions pp. 205-232 Downloads
Lesley Lavery

Volume 37, issue 1, 2017

Defending the status quo across venues and coalitions: evidence from California interest groups pp. 1-26 Downloads
Varone, Frédéric, Karin Ingold and Charlotte Jourdain
The politics of strategy: why government agencies conduct major strategic reviews pp. 27-54 Downloads
Jordan Tama
Plan generosity in health insurance exchanges: what the Affordable Care Act can teach us about top-down versus bottom-up policy implementation pp. 55-83 Downloads
Courtney R. Yarbrough
Job creation and firm-specific location incentives pp. 85-112 Downloads
Nathan Jensen
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