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Journal of Public Policy

1981 - 2022

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Volume 42, issue 1, 2022

How party platforms on immigration become policy pp. 1-19 Downloads
Tobias Böhmelt and Lawrence Ezrow
What leads government officials to use impact evidence? pp. 20-42 Downloads
Celeste Beesley, Darren Hawkins and Nicholas Moffitt
Accountability through public participation? Experiences from the ten-thousand-citizen review in Nanjing, China pp. 43-62 Downloads
Yanwei Li, Xiaolei Qin and Joop Koppenjan
Pass the buck or the buck stops here? The public costs of claiming and deflecting blame in managing crises pp. 63-91 Downloads
David Miller and Andrew Reeves
Tax compliance and social desirability bias of taxpayers: experimental evidence from Indonesia pp. 92-109 Downloads
Endra Iraman, Yoshikuni Ono and Makoto Kakinaka
Good riddance to bad government? Institutional performance voting in Swedish municipalities pp. 110-135 Downloads
Rasmus Broms
Are policymakers responsive to public demand in climate politics? pp. 136-164 Downloads
Lena Maria Schaffer, Bianca Oehl and Thomas Bernauer
The messenger matters: environmental nonprofit organisations’ public faces, information recipients’ worldviews, and the credibility of ENPOs’ disclosed policy information pp. 165-184 Downloads
Li-Yin Liu and Rikki Morris
Do policy clashes between the judiciary and the executive affect public opinion? Insights from New Delhi’s odd–even rule against air pollution pp. 185-200 Downloads
Liam F. Beiser-McGrath, Thomas Bernauer and Aseem Prakash

Volume 41, issue 4, 2021

Policy programme cycles through old and new programmatic groups pp. 633-652 Downloads
Nils C. Bandelow and Johanna Hornung
Appointee vacancies in US executive branch agencies pp. 653-676 Downloads
William G. Resh, Gary E. Hollibaugh, Patrick S. Roberts and Matthew M. Dull
Place matters: government capacity, community characteristics, and social capital across United States counties pp. 677-705 Downloads
Jamie R. McCall, Austin Bussing, Michele M. Hoyman and Laurie E. Paarlberg
The decentralisation of death? Local budgets and organised crime violence pp. 706-730 Downloads
Helge Arends
What drives partisan conflict and consensus on welfare state issues? pp. 731-751 Downloads
Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik
Complexity, resources and text borrowing in state legislatures pp. 752-775 Downloads
Eric R. Hansen and Joshua M. Jansa
Presidential directives in a resistant bureaucracy pp. 776-797 Downloads
Alex Acs
When Europe hits the subnational authorities: the transposition of EU directives in Germany between 1990 and 2018 pp. 798-817 Downloads
Jana Paasch and Christian Stecker
Race–gender bias in white Americans’ preferences for gun availability pp. 818-834 Downloads
Matthew Hayes, David Fortunato and Matthew V. Hibbing

Volume 41, issue 3, 2021

Who passes restrictive labour policy? A view from the States pp. 409-439 Downloads
Laura C. Bucci and Joshua M. Jansa
The contingent character of interest groups–political parties’ interaction pp. 440-461 Downloads
Laura Chaqués-Bonafont, Camilo Cristancho, Luz Muñoz-Márquez and Leire Rincón
Adjusting to austerity: the public spending responses of regional governments to the budget constraint in Spain and Italy pp. 462-488 Downloads
Simon Toubeau and Davide Vampa
Where does implementation lie? Assessing the determinants of delegation and discretion in post-Maastricht European Union pp. 489-514 Downloads
Marta Migliorati
United against precarious working conditions? Explaining the role of trade unions in improving migrants’ working conditions in the British and German meat-processing industries pp. 515-531 Downloads
Johanna Kuhlmann and Colette S. Vogeler
Information processing in the European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy pp. 532-552 Downloads
Sebastiaan Princen, Katrijn Siderius and Sebastián Villasante
Why do interest groups prioritise some policy issues over others? Explaining variation in the drivers of policy agendas pp. 553-572 Downloads
Bert Fraussen, Darren R. Halpin and Anthony J. Nownes
The partisan politics of the penal–welfare nexus: a quantitative analysis of party influence on the relationship between penal and welfare policies pp. 573-599 Downloads
Helge Staff and Georg Wenzelburger
Europeanisation on demand: the EU cybersecurity certification regime between market integration and core state powers (1997–2019) pp. 600-631 Downloads
Ido Sivan-Sevilla

Volume 41, issue 2, 2021

Norms, institutions and freedom of speech in the US, the UK and Australia pp. 209-227 Downloads
Katharine Gelber
Group proximity and mutual understanding: measuring onsite impact of a citizens’ summit pp. 228-250 Downloads
Klara Pigmans, Virginia Dignum and Neelke Doorn
Unequal benefits – diverging attitudes? Analysing the effects of an unequal expansion of childcare provision on attitudes towards maternal employment across 18 European countries pp. 251-276 Downloads
Erik Neimanns
The politics of State aid in the European Union: explaining variation in aid allocation among Member States pp. 277-306 Downloads
Marco Schito
The politics of creditworthiness: political and policy commentary in sovereign credit rating reports pp. 307-330 Downloads
Zsófia Barta and Kristin Makszin
Inequality in policy implementation: caste and electrification in rural India pp. 331-359 Downloads
Michaël Aklin, Chao-Yo Cheng and Johannes Urpelainen
Relationality: an alternative framework for analysing policy pp. 360-383 Downloads
Raul P Lejano
Policy and the structure of roll call voting in the US house pp. 384-408 Downloads
Scott de Marchi, Spencer Dorsey and Michael J. Ensley

Volume 41, issue 1, 2021

When the workplace is the home: labour inspectors’ discretionary power in the field of domestic work – an institutional analysis pp. 1-16 Downloads
Rebecca Paraciani and Roberto Rizza
The polarisation of energy policy in the US Congress pp. 17-41 Downloads
Gyung-Ho Jeong and William Lowry
Behavioural insight and the labour market: evidence from a pilot study and a large stepped-wedge controlled trial pp. 42-65 Downloads
Michael Sanders, Guglielmo Briscese, Rory Gallagher, Alex Gyani, Samuel Hanes, Elspeth Kirkman and Owain Service
Politicised enforcement in China: evidence from the enforcement of land laws and regulations pp. 66-89 Downloads
Xin Sun
Border clashes: the distributive politics of professional liberalisation in Greece, 2010–2018 pp. 90-110 Downloads
Francesco Stolfi and Natalia Papamakariou
The diffusion of climate policies among German municipalities pp. 111-136 Downloads
Dennis Abel
Anti-gambling policies: framing morality policy in Italy pp. 137-160 Downloads
Matteo Bassoli, Michele Marzulli and Marco Pedroni
Corporate governance and democratic accountability: local state-owned enterprises in Norway pp. 161-184 Downloads
Jan Erling Klausen and Marte Winsvold
Deliberate disproportionate policy response: towards a conceptual turn pp. 185-208 Downloads
Moshe Maor

Volume 40, issue 4, 2020

It could happen to you: how perceptions of personal risk shape support for social welfare policy in the American States pp. 535-552 Downloads
Kerri Milita, Jaclyn Bunch and Sara Yeganeh
Making energy personal: policy coordination challenges in UK smart meter implementation pp. 553-572 Downloads
Sarah Giest
Who feeds information to regulators? Stakeholder diversity in European Union regulatory agency consultations pp. 573-598 Downloads
Jan Beyers and Sarah Arras
Can policy-packaging increase public support for costly policies? Insights from a choice experiment on policies against vehicle emissions pp. 599-625 Downloads
Michael Wicki, Robert Alexander Huber and Thomas Bernauer
Can policy-packaging increase public support for costly policies? Insights from a choice experiment on policies against vehicle emissions – CORRIGENDUM pp. 626-627 Downloads
Michael Wicki, Robert Alexander Huber and Thomas Bernauer
Regulatory policy entrepreneurship and reforms: a comparison of competition and financial regulation pp. 628-650 Downloads
Hadar Y. Jabotinsky and Nissim Cohen
The advantage of paradigmatic contestation in shaping and selling public policies pp. 651-671 Downloads
Gerry Alons
Holding agencies accountable: Exploring the effect of oversight on citizens’ approval of members of Congress pp. 672-693 Downloads
Susan M. Miller and Alexander I. Ruder

Volume 40, issue 3, 2020

Bargaining over maternity pay: evidence from UK universities pp. 349-374 Downloads
Mariaelisa Epifanio and Vera E. Troeger
Do policy instruments matter? Governments’ choice of policy mix and higher education performance in Western Europe pp. 375-401 Downloads
Giliberto Capano, Andrea Pritoni and Giulia Vicentini
Public preferences for Zika policy and responsibility in the absence of partisan cues pp. 402-427 Downloads
Jennifer M. Connolly, Casey Klofstad, Joseph Uscinski and Jonathan West
The evolution of public policy attitudes: comparing the mechanisms of policy support across the stages of a policy cycle pp. 428-448 Downloads
Sverker C. Jagers, Simon Matti and Katarina Nordblom
Politics or management? Analysing differences in local implementation performance of the EU Ambient Air Quality directive pp. 449-472 Downloads
Elena Bondarouk, Duncan Liefferink and Ellen Mastenbroek
Appointments and attrition: time and executive disadvantage in the appointments process pp. 473-491 Downloads
Gary E. Hollibaugh and Lawrence S. Rothenberg
Speaking truth to power: political advisers’ and civil servants’ responses to perceived harmful policy proposals pp. 492-512 Downloads
Birgitta Niklasson, Peter Munk Christiansen and Patrik Öhberg
Policy feedback in the local context: analysing fairness perceptions of public childcare fees in a German town pp. 513-533 Downloads
Marius R. Busemeyer and Achim Goerres

Volume 40, issue 2, 2020

What’s fair? Preferences for tax progressivity in the wake of the financial crisis pp. 171-193 Downloads
Julian Limberg
Can policy forums overcome echo chamber effects by enabling policy learning? Evidence from the Irish climate change policy network pp. 194-211 Downloads
Paul M. Wagner and Tuomas Ylä-Anttila
Can policy forums overcome echo chamber effects by enabling policy learning? Evidence from the Irish climate change policy network – CORRIGENDUM pp. 212-213 Downloads
Paul M. Wagner and Tuomas Ylä-Anttila
Congressional capacity and the abolition of legislative service organizations pp. 214-235 Downloads
Andrew J. Clarke
Dynamics of policy change in authoritarian countries: a multiple-case study on China pp. 236-258 Downloads
Yipin Wu
Lobbying, learning and policy reinvention: an examination of the American States’ drunk driving laws pp. 259-279 Downloads
Jinhai Yu, Edward T. Jennings and J. S. Butler
The importance of salience: public opinion and state policy action on climate change pp. 280-304 Downloads
Rebecca Bromley-Trujillo and John Poe
How bureaucratic leadership shapes policy outcomes: partisan politics and affluent citizens’ incomes in the American states pp. 305-328 Downloads
Daniel Berkowitz and George A. Krause
Party government and policy responsiveness. Evidence from three parliamentary democracies pp. 329-347 Downloads
Dimiter Toshkov, Lars Mäder and Anne Rasmussen

Volume 40, issue 1, 2020

More bang for your buck: tax compliance in the United States and Italy pp. 1-24 Downloads
D’Attoma, John
The political economy of budget trade-offs pp. 25-50 Downloads
Christopher Adolph, Christian Breunig and Chris Koski
Congress as theatre: how advocates use ambiguity for political advantage pp. 51-71 Downloads
Parrish Bergquist
Beyond the visible policy agenda: problem definitions disappearing from the agenda as nondecisions pp. 72-95 Downloads
Ilana Shpaizman
Corrective policy reactions: positive and negative budgetary punctuations pp. 96-115 Downloads
Carla M. Flink and Scott E. Robinson
The democratic deficit on salient issues: immigration and healthcare in the states pp. 116-143 Downloads
Christopher Hare and James E. Monogan
De facto regulatory decision-making processes in telecommunications regulation: explaining influence relationships with exponential random graph models pp. 144-170 Downloads
González, Camilo Ignacio and Koen Verhoest
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