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Volume 46, Number 2, April 2018
Practical lessons from policy theories. Guest edited by Christopher M Weible and Paul Cairney

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Free Content Practical lessons from policy theories
pp. 183-197(15)
Authors: Weible, Christopher M; Cairney, Paul

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Free Content Three habits of successful policy entrepreneurs
pp. 199-215(17)
Author: Cairney, Paul

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Free Content Narratives as tools for influencing policy change
pp. 217-234(18)
Authors: Crow, Deserai; Jones, Michael

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Free Content Using cultural theory to navigate the policy process
pp. 235-253(19)
Author: Simmons, Richard

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Open Access The lessons of policy learning: types, triggers, hindrances and pathologies
pp. 255-272(18)
Authors: Dunlop, Claire A; Radaelli, Claudio M

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Free Content Practical prescriptions for governing fragmented governments
pp. 273-292(20)
Authors: Swann, William L; Kim, Seo Young

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Free Content Drawing practical lessons from punctuated equilibrium theory
pp. 293-308(16)
Authors: Koski, Chris; Workman, Samuel

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Free Content Policy design and the added-value of the institutional analysis development framework
pp. 309-324(16)
Authors: Heikkila, Tanya; Andersson, Krister

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Free Content Why advocacy coalitions matter and practical insights about them
pp. 325-343(19)
Authors: Weible, Christopher M; Ingold, Karin

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