Claire A. Dunlop
Claire A. Dunlop
Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of Exeter
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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
New Directions in the Study of Policy Transfer, 58-80, 2013
Policy Learning and Policy Failure: Definitions, Dimensions and Intersections (chapter)
CA Dunlop
Policy Press, 2020
The lessons of policy learning: types, triggers, hindrances and pathologies
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Policy & Politics 46 (2), 255-272, 2018
Researching COVID-19: A research agenda for public policy and administration scholars
CA Dunlop, E Ongaro, K Baker
Public Policy and Administration 35 (4), 365-383, 2020
Epistemic communities
CA Dunlop
Routledge handbook of public policy, 247-261, 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
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
Policy learning in the Eurozone crisis: modes, power and functionality
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Policy Sciences 49 (2), 107-124, 2016
The politics and economics of regulatory impact assessment
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Handbook of regulatory impact assessment, 2016
Does policy learning meet the standards of an analytical framework of the policy process?
CA Dunlop, CM Radaelli
Policy Studies Journal 46, S48-S68, 2018
Epistemic communities: a reply to Toke
C Dunlop
Politics 20 (3), 137-144, 2000
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 European Union: theoretical lenses and meta-theory
CM Radaelli, CA Dunlop
Frameworks of the European Union's Policy Process: Competition and …, 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
The irony of epistemic learning: epistemic communities, policy learning and the case of Europe’s hormones saga
CA Dunlop
Policy and Society 36 (2), 215-232, 2017
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
Narrating impact assessment in the European Union
CM Radaelli, CA Dunlop, O Fritsch
Palgrave, 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
Learning in public policy
C Dunlop, C Radaelli, P Trein
London: Palgrave, 2018
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