فصلنامه «علوم سیاستگذاری» Policy Sciences با تمرکز میان رشته ای و بین المللی، تنوع دیدگاه ها را تشویق می کند. این مجله مقالاتی که به بررسی جنبه های هنجاری علوم سیاستگذاری و مقالات مفهومی که به مسائل سیاستی می پردازند و بخصوص مقالاتی به موضوعات بحث برانگیز در خصوص تجزیه و تحلیل سیاستها توجه دارند را منتشر می کند.

نشریه علوم سیاستگذاری کلیه مقالاتی که یا به صراحت یا به طور ضمنی مرتبط با چارچوبهای علوم سیاستگذاری هستند منتشر می نماید اما در شناسنامه نشریه تصریح دارد که یک زیرمجموعه متمایز در درون رشته سیاست است که توسط هارولد D. Lasswell و مایرز S. McDougal بنیان گذاشته شده است.

سردبیر این نشریه پروفسور مایکل هاولت می باشد و از سال ۱۹۷۰ تاکنون انتشار آن دوام داشته است.

June 2019, Volume 52, Issue 2

171-189 Framing morality policy issues: state legislative debates on abortion restrictions
by Gary Mucciaroni & Kathleen Ferraiolo & Meghan E. Rubado

191-210 Advisory bodies and morality policies: does ethical expertise matter?
by Nathalie Schiffino & Kristian Krieger

211-231 Social identities in the policy process
by Johanna Hornung & Nils C. Bandelow & Colette S. Vogeler

233-253 The governance of self-organization: Which governance strategy do policy officials and citizens prefer?
by José Nederhand & Erik-Hans Klijn & Martijn Steen & Mark Twist

255-279 Governing by contract as a way to reduce crime? An impact evaluation of the large-scale policy of security pacts
by Marco Calaresu & Moris Triventi

281-298 Towards productive functions? A systematic review of institutional failure, its causes and consequences
by Pim Derwort & Nicolas Jager & Jens Newig

299-314 Beyond evidence versus truthiness: toward a symmetrical approach to knowledge and ignorance in policy studies
by Katharina T. Paul & Christian Haddad

March 2019, Volume 52, Issue 1

3-20 Utilizing Ostrom’s institutional analysis and development framework toward an understanding of crisis-driven policy
by Peter Z. Grossman

21-42 From Three Mile Island to Fukushima: the impact of analogy on attitudes toward nuclear power
by Jessica E. Boscarino

43-65 Going beyond technocratic and democratic principles: stakeholder acceptance of instruments in Swiss energy policy
by Lorenz Kammermann & Karin Ingold

67-95 The Science–Policy Relationship Hierarchy (SPRHi) model of co-production: how climate science organizations have influenced the policy process in Canadian case studies
by Garrett Ward Richards

97-118 Connecting models of the individual and policy change processes: a research agenda
by Heather Millar & Matthew Lesch & Linda A. White

119-135 Multilevel policy implementation and the where of learning: the case of the information system for school buildings in Italy
by Marco Giulio & Giancarlo Vecchi

137-151 Listening in polarised controversies: a study of listening practices in the public sphere
by Carolyn M. Hendriks & Selen A. Ercan & Sonya Duus

153-169 Yes, but what about the authority of policy analysts? A commentary and discussion of Perl et al., ‘Policy-making and truthiness: Can existing models cope with politicized evidence and willful ignorance in a post-fact world?’
by Adam Fforde

December 2018, Volume 51, Issue 4

411-432 Politicians, professionalization and anti-politics: why we want leaders who act like professionals but are paid like amateurs
by Paul Fawcett & Jack Corbett

433-456 “Donate your organs, donate life!” Explicitness in policy instruments
by Eva Thomann

457-476 Networks and problem recognition: advancing the Multiple Streams Approach
by Louise Reardon

477-513 What drives the adoption of climate change mitigation policy? A dynamic network approach to policy diffusion
by Marlene Kammerer & Chandreyee Namhata

515-543 Trade-based adoption of voluntary environmental programs in the developing world: Racing to the top or stuck in the mud?
by Jonas Gamso

545-564 The discursive micro-politics of blame avoidance: unpacking the language of government blame games
by Sten Hansson

565-579 Expanding the scope and content of morality policy research: lessons from Moral Foundations Theory
by Raymond Tatalovich & Dane G. Wendell

581-600 Policy-making and truthiness: Can existing policy models cope with politicized evidence and willful ignorance in a “post-fact” world?
by Anthony Perl & Michael Howlett & M. Ramesh

September 2018, Volume 51, Issue 3

249-267 The rise of public sector innovation labs: experiments in design thinking for policy
by Michael McGann & Emma Blomkamp & Jenny M. Lewis

269-290 Neglected challenges to evidence-based policy-making: the problem of policy accumulation
by Christian Adam & Yves Steinebach & Christoph Knill

291-311 Economic knowledge and the scientization of policy advice
by Johan Christensen

313-334 Between morality and rationality: framing end-of-life care policy through narratives
by Nathalie Burlone & Rebecca Grace Richmond

335-371 Learning our way out of environmental policy problems: a review of the scholarship
by Andrea K. Gerlak & Tanya Heikkila & Sharon L. Smolinski & Dave Huitema & Derek Armitage

373-385 Aristotelian framing: logos, ethos, pathos and the use of evidence in policy frames
by Iris Stucki & Fritz Sager

387-410 The behavioural state: critical observations on technocracy and psychocracy
by Joram Nanne Pieter Feitsma

June 2018, Volume 51, Issue 2

143-159 Policy experimentation: core concepts, political dynamics, governance and impacts
by Dave Huitema & Andrew Jordan & Stefania Munaretto & Mikael Hildén

161-187 Experimentation at the interface of science and policy: a multi-case analysis of how policy experiments influence political decision-makers
by Belinda McFadgen & Dave Huitema

189-211 The politics of decarbonization and the catalytic impact of subnational climate experiments
by Steven Bernstein & Matthew Hoffmann

213-229 A novel understanding of experimentation in governance: co-producing innovations between “lab” and “field”
by Jan-Peter Voß & Arno Simons

231-247 “Pioneers but not guinea pigs”: experimenting with climate change adaptation in French coastal areas
by Nicolas Rocle & Denis Salles

March 2018, Volume 51, Issue 1

1-16 Theories of policy change and variation reconsidered: a prospectus for the political economy of public policy
by Peter John

17-38 Assessing disproportionality: indexes of policy responses to the 2007–2008 banking crisis
by Fabrizio De Francesco & Martino Maggetti

39-57 Low-level bureaucrats, local government regimes and policy entrepreneurship
by Neomi Frisch-Aviram & Nissim Cohen & Itai Beeri

59-76 Issue definition and conflict expansion: the role of risk to human health as an issue definition strategy in an environmental conflict
by Adam Thorn

77-96 Bridging policy and science action boundaries: information influences on US congressional legislative key staff decision making in natural resources
by Timothy R. Petty & John B. Gongwer & William Schnabel

97-115 Canadian resource governance against territories: resource regimes and local conflicts in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence provinces
by Amélie Dumarcher & Yann Fournis

117-130 Creating comity amidst gridlock: a corporatist repair for a broken congress
by Stuart Kasdin

131-139 “Technocracy,” democracy … and corruption and trust
by Phil Ryan

 

 

شماره  ۲ سال ۵۱  بهار ۲۰۱۸

 

Note from the Editor: Lasswell Prize Announcement for volume 50 (2017)

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Policy experimentation: core concepts, political dynamics, governance and impacts

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Experimentation at the interface of science and policy: a multi-case analysis of how policy experiments influence political decision-makers

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The politics of decarbonization and the catalytic impact of subnational climate experiments

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مقالات شماره ۳ سال ۴۹ پاییز ۲۰۱۶

Policy messes and their management

Emery Roe

 

Appeals to evidence for the resolution of wicked problems: the origins and mechanisms of evidentiary bias

Justin O. Parkhurst

 

Explaining science-led policy-making: pandemic deaths, epistemic deliberation and ideational trajectories

Erik Baekkeskov

 

Do stakeholders analyze their audience? The communication switch and stakeholder personal versus public communication choices

Mark K. McBeth, Donna L. Lybecker & James W. Stoutenborough

 

Thick narratives and the persistence of institutions: using the Q methodology to analyse IWRM reforms around the Yellow River

Ching Leong & Raul Lejano

 

Rank-order implications of social construction theory: Does air quality depend on social constructions?

Sumaia A. Al-Kohlani & Heather E. Campbell

 

How to build models for government: criteria driving model acceptance in policymaking

Daniel Antony Kolkman, Paolo Campo, Tina Balke-Visser & Nigel Gilbert

 

Two effective causal paths that explain the adoption of US state environmental justice policy

Yushim Kim & Stefan Verweij

 

مقالات برتر شماره ۳ سال ۴۸

 

Toward the permissive society? Morality policy agendas and policy directions in Western democracies

Is “legitimized” policy always successful? Policy legitimacy and cultural policy in Korea

Policy forums: Why do they exist and what are they used for?

 مقالات برتر شماره ۲ سال۴۸

Conceptualizing the policy work of partisan advisers

Integration and interdisciplinarity: concepts, frameworks, and education

Only connect: Why government often ignores research

 

مقالات برتر شماره ۱ سال ۴۸

Reconciling policy dissonance: patterns of governmental response to policy noncompliance

Think tank 2.0 for deliberative policy analysis

Identifying policy frames through semantic network analysis: an examination of nuclear energy policy across six countries

Sources of specification errors in the assessment of voluntary environmental programs: understanding program impacts

“Get those voices at the table!”: Interview with Deborah Stone