Claire A. Dunlop
Claire A. Dunlop
Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of Exeter
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TitleCited byYear
Systematising policy learning: from monolith to dimensions
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Political studies 61 (3), 599-619, 2013
Policy transfer as learning: capturing variation in what decision-makers learn from epistemic communities
CA Dunlop
Policy studies 30 (3), 289-311, 2009
Epistemic communities: a reply to Toke
C Dunlop
Politics 20 (3), 137-144, 2000
The many uses of regulatory impact assessment: A meta‐analysis of EU and UK cases
CA Dunlop, M Maggetti, CM Radaelli, D Russel
Regulation & Governance 6 (1), 23-45, 2012
The possible experts: how epistemic communities negotiate barriers to knowledge use in ecosystems services policy
CA Dunlop
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 32 (2), 208-228, 2014
Epistemic communities
CA Dunlop
Routledge, 2012
The temporal dimension of knowledge and the limits of policy appraisal: biofuels policy in the UK
CA Dunlop
Policy Sciences 43 (4), 343-363, 2010
GMOs and regulatory styles
C Dunlop
Taylor & Francis Group 9 (2), 149-155, 2000
Policy learning in the Eurozone crisis: modes, power and functionality
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Policy Sciences 49 (2), 107-124, 2016
Learning in the European Union: theoretical lenses and meta-theory
CM Radaelli, CA Dunlop
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (6), 923-940, 2013
Epistemic communities and two goals of delegation: hormone growth promoters in the European Union
CA Dunlop
Science and Public Policy 37 (3), 205-217, 2010
Principal-Agent Modelling and Learning The European Commission, Experts and Agricultural Hormone Growth Promoters
CA Dunlop, O James
Public policy and administration 22 (4), 403-422, 2007
Narrating impact assessment in the European Union
CM Radaelli, CA Dunlop, O Fritsch
Palgrave, 2013
Handbook of Regulatory Impact Assessment
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016
Policy Learning and Policy Failure: Definitions, Dimensions and Intersections
CA Dunlop
Policy Press, 2017
Pathologies of Policy Learning: What Are They and How Do They Contribute to Policy Failure?(chapter)
CA Dunlop
Policy Press, 2020
Policy Learning and Policy Failure: Definitions, Dimensions and Intersections (chapter)
CA Dunlop
Policy Press, 2020
Pathologies of policy learning: what are they and how do they contribute to policy failure?
CA Dunlop
Policy & Politics 45 (1), 19-37, 2017
Learning in the bath-tub: the micro and macro dimensions of the causal relationship between learning and policy change
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Policy and Society 36 (2), 304-319, 2017
Controlling bureaucracies with fire alarms: policy instruments and cross-country patterns
A Damonte, CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Journal of European Public Policy 21 (9), 1330-1349, 2014
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