The sixth of a series of podcasts tying together multiple 500 Words posts. They’ll sound a bit different from the 1000 Words podcasts because I recorded them in front of our MPP students.
This lecture is on using ‘evolutionary theory‘ to connect Multiple Streams Analysis, Punctuated Equilibrium Theory, and Complexity Theory
Policy Concepts in 1000 Words: Evolution (see also cairney-2013-policy-politics-evolution.pdf (wordpress.com) )
Policy in 500 Words: Multiple Streams Analysis and Policy Entrepreneurs
Policy Concepts in 1000 Words: Multiple Streams Analysis
What is a policy entrepreneur?
Three habits of successful policy entrepreneurs – a blog post and paper on how entrepreneurs deal with ‘organized anarchy’
Whatever happened to multiple streams analysis? – introduces an article by Michael Jones and me on MSA studies
Paul Cairney and Michael Jones (2016) ‘Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Approach’ Policy Studies Journal, 44, 1, 37-58 PDF (Annex to Cairney Jones 2016) (special issue of PSJ)
Paul Cairney and Nikos Zahariadis (2016) ‘Multiple streams analysis’ in Zahariadis, N. (eds) Handbook of Public Policy Agenda-Setting (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar) PDF
Policy in 500 Words: Punctuated Equilibrium Theory
Policy Concepts in 1000 Words: Punctuated Equilibrium Theory
Policy Concepts in 1000 Words: Complex Systems
Complex systems and systems thinking
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