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Theoretical Contributions


  1. Sabatier, Paul. 1986. "Top-Down and Bottom-Up Models of Policy Implementation: A Critical Analysis and Suggested Synthesis," Journal of Public Policy 6 (January):21-48.
  2. Sabatier, Paul. 1987. "Knowledge, Policy-Oriented Learning, and Policy Change," Knowledge 8 (June): 649-692.
  3. Jenkins-Smith, Hank. 1988. "Analytical Debates and Policy Learning: Analysis and Change in the Federal Bureaucracy," Policy Sciences 21:169-212
  4. Sabatier, Paul. 1988. "An Advocacy Coalition Framework of Policy Change and the Role of Policy-Oriented Learning Therein," Policy Sciences 21:129-168.
  5. Sabatier, Paul, and Hank Jenkins-Smith, eds. 1988. "Special Issue: Policy Change and Policy-Oriented Learing: Exploring an Advocacy Coalition Framework," Policy Sciences 21:123-278.
  6. Jenkins-Smith, Hank. 1990. Democratic Politics and Policy Analysis. Pacific Grove, Calif.: Brooks/Cole. 
  7. Bennett, Colin, and Michael Howlett. 1992. "The Lessons of Learning: Reconciling Theories of Policy Learning and Policy Change," Policy Sciences 25:275-294.
  8. May, Peter. 1992. "Policy Learning and Failure," Journal of Public Policy 12(4):331-354.
  9. Sabatier, Paul, and Hank Jenkins-Smith, eds. 1993. Policy Change and Learning: An Advocacy Coalition Approach. Boulder: Westview Press.
  10. Jenkins-Smith, Hank, and Paul Sabatier. 1994. "Evaluating the Advocacy Coalition Framework," Journal of Public Policy 14:175-203.
  11. Parsons, Wayne. 1995. Public Policy. Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar.
  12. Radaelli, Claudio. 1995. "The Role of Knowledge in the Policy Process," Journal of European Public Policy 2 (June):159-183.
  13. Schlager, Edella. 1995. "Policy Making and Collective Action: Defining Coalitions within the Advocacy Coalition Framework," Policy Sciences 28:242-270.
  14. Schlager, Edella, and William Blomquist. 1996. "A Comparison of Three Emerging Theories of the Policy Process," Political Research Quarterly 49 (Sept.):651-672. [University of Arizona, Indiana University]
  15. Bergeron, Henri, Yves Surel, and Jerome Valluy. 1998. "L’Advocacy Coalition Framework," Politix, No. 41: 195-223.
  16. John, Peter. 1998. Analyzing Public Policy. London: Pinter.
  17. Sabatier, Paul. 1998a. “The Advocacy Coalition Framework: Revisions and Relevance for Europe," Journal of European Public Policy 5 (March): 98-130.
  18. Sabatier, Paul. 1998b. "The Political Context of Evaluation Research: An Advocacy Coalition Perspective." In M.-C Kessler, P. Lascoumes, M. Setbon, and J.-C. Thoenig, eds., Evaluation des politques publiques, pp. 129-146. Paris: L'Harmattan.
  19. Fenger, Menno, and Pieter-Jan Klok. 2001. "Interdependency, beliefs, and coalition behavior: A contribution to the advocacy framework." Policy Sciences 34: 157-170. [Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands]
  20. Sabatier, Paul, and Christopher Weible. 2007. “The Advocacy Coalition Framework: Innovations and Clarifications” in Paul A. Sabatier, ed., Theories of the Policy Process, pp. 189-220. Boulder: Westview Press.
  21. Weible, Christopher, Paul Sabatier, and Kelly McQueen. 2009. "Themes and variations:Taking stock of the advocacy coalition framework." Policy Studies Journal 37(1): 121-140.
 

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