Public and Administrative Law (Books and Journals)
- Public Policy and Administration From Nbr. 1-1, January 1986 to Nbr. 36-3, July 2021
- Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication From Nbr. 67-1/2, February 2018 to Nbr. 69-1/2, February 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research From Nbr. 1-1, April 2009 to Nbr. 12-2, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies From Nbr. 1-1, January 2008 to Nbr. 13-1, May 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Documentation From Nbr. 1-1, January 1945 to Nbr. 76-3, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Educational Administration From Nbr. 1-1, January 1963 to Nbr. 58-3, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Public Mental Health From Nbr. 1-1, January 1999 to Nbr. 19-2, June 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Public Procurement From Nbr. 1-1, April 2001 to Nbr. 20-2, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Mental Health Review Journal From Nbr. 1-1, March 1996 to Nbr. 25-1, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Quality Assurance in Education From Nbr. 1-1, January 1993 to Nbr. 28-2, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- The Journal of Adult Protection From Nbr. 1-1, August 1999 to Nbr. 22-2, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- The Journal of Forensic Practice From Nbr. 15-1, February 2013 to Nbr. 22-2, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice From Nbr. 1-1, May 2006 to Nbr. 15-3, April 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Property Investment & Finance From Nbr. 17-1, March 1999 to Nbr. 38-2, December 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Journal of Law and Society From Nbr. 24-1, March 1997 to Nbr. 45-1, March 2018 Wiley, 2021
- Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics From Nbr. 35-1, February 1973 to Nbr. 80-2, April 2018 Wiley, 2021
- Scottish Journal of Political Economy From Nbr. 1-1, March 1954 to Nbr. 65-2, May 2018 Wiley, 2021
- Art Antiquity & Law From Vol. 23 Nbr. 1, April 2018 to Vol. 26 Nbr. 2, July 2021 Institute of Art and Law, 2019
- Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round Table From Nbr. 2007, December 2007 to Nbr. 2019, March 2019 Forum on Public Policy, 2018
- Mizan Law Review From Nbr. 4-1, January 2010 to Nbr. 13-1, January 2019 St. Mary's University College , 2012
- Journal of Money Laundering Control From Nbr. 1-1, January 1997 to Nbr. 23-4, March 2021 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011
- Stop Vulture Lawsuits by: Commonwealth Secretariat, 2010
- 2005 Meeting of Commonwealth Law Ministers and Senior Officials Commonwealth Secretariat, 2006
- A REFLECTION ON THE WARHOL FOUNDATION V. LYNN GOLDSMITH.
- LEGAL ISSUES AFFECTING LOANS OF WORKS OF ART IN BELGIUM.
- Cover image: Johannes Vermeer Lady Writing a Letter With Her Maid.
- MUSEUMS AND THE HOLOCAUST SECOND EDITION.
- ON THE RESTITUTION OF CHINESE CULTURAL HERITAGE UNDER GERMAN LAW.
- GUELPH TREASURE CASE REMANDED BY US SUPREME COURT.
- THE SWEDISH ROYAL PLACAT OF 1666: 'THE FIRST ANTIQUITIES LEGISLATION IN THE WORLD'?
Market regulation between economic and ecological values: Regulatory authorities and dilemmas of responsiveness
The regulation of markets emerged as one of the core pillars of government policies during the 1990s. However, the ascendance of ecological values and issues, such as sustainability and security in the following decades challenge some of the basic tenets of the underlying neo-liberal ideas. We argue in this paper that market and competition regulators have come under pressures to uphold the...
National regulators, regulatory networks, and European agencies: Connecting the dots
This introduction to our special issue discusses the challenges related to the cooperative and competitive interaction between national regulators, regulatory networks, and European agencies within increasingly complex EU regulatory regimes. In this context, a special attention is given to the dynamic nature of multilevel processes. After presenting an overview of the contributions to the special
Learning from laboratory mistakes: How policy entrepreneurs catalyze city ordinance repeals in the United States
Public policies are not static; rather, they change with the context and as consequences become known. We ask how city councils learn about the negative consequences of laws by evaluating the policy diffusion and decision-theoretic learning hypotheses using a case study of criminal activity nuisance ordinance repeals in several cities within one county. These laws as originally written designated
Multilevel regulatory coordination: The interplay between European Union, federal and regional regulatory agencies
We know that European regulatory networks tend to broaden the gap between regulators and executives in the member states. But what is their impact on inter-agencies relationship at the national level? The scope of issues addressed by European regulatory networks may cover the competences of several independent regulatory agencies in the domestic arena. Who is competent to participate in the...
Utility of the advocacy coalition framework in a regional budget crisis
The advocacy coalition framework predicts that externally controlled events, such as jurisdictional shifts, can open venues for policy change within a policy subsystem. Advocacy coalitions may opt to look outside of their traditional decision-making venue for a more suitable venue. Yet, how and when coalitions use their political resources during this venue shift is unclear. We examine how...
Varieties of public–private policy coordination: How the political economy affects multi-actor implementation
This study seeks to introduce the concept of Varieties of Capitalism to the study of multi-actor implementation arrangements. It illustrates the analytical value of this classification scheme by drawing from original empirical data and addresses two key research questions, namely how do public and private actors cooperate in delivering on public policy, and which factors determine the scope of...
The logic of regulatory venue shopping: A firm’s perspective
Drawing on an original and unique survey data set of 243 medium- and big-sized firms operating in five sectors (energy, telecommunications, railways, airlines and postal services) and across 29 European countries, we analyse what incentivizes firms to interact with and influence multiple regulators. In so doing, we map the regulatory opportunity structure and scrutinize firms’ venue shopping...
What price to pay? The trade-off between independence and influence in European regulation
This article asks whether the strengthened, institutionalised role that some European agencies play in delegated decision-making endangers their actual independence. In some particular sensitive policy domains, such as pharmaceuticals security, financial markets and energy, European agencies exist which are formal agenda-setters in delegated decision-making, meaning that the European Commission...
- APPLICATION OF COMPETITION RULES ON MANIPULATIONS OF THE ART MARKET: AUTHENTICATION.
- Cover image: Johannes Vermeer Lady Writing a Letter With Her Maid.
- MISDESCRIPTION AND MISREPRESENTATION LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF ART AUCTIONS IN NEW ZEALAND.
- STOLEN CHINESE BUDDHA HEAD FIRST RETURNS FROM JAPAN.
- ART LAW AND THE BUSINESS OF ART.
- COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE ENJOYMENT OF THE RIGHT TO CULTURAL LIFE IN NIGERIA.
Actions, contexts, mechanisms and outcomes in macroprudential policy design and implementation
Causal mechanisms have received significant attention within the social sciences, and policy design and implementation occupy a prominent place in public policymaking. However, one area that has not received much attention in this literature is the causal mechanisms that are able to link policy instruments with outcomes due to operating within the appropriate contexts. This article seeks to fill...
- HUMANITY, LAW AND OBJECTS: INTRODUCTION: HUMANITY AND LAW, DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE, ALSO FOR INDONESIA!
Emotional labour: Exploring emotional policy discourses of pregnancy and childbirth in Ontario, Canada
In 1991, Ontario became the first Canadian province to pass legislation establishing midwifery as a self-regulated healthcare profession and integrating it into the provincial healthcare insurance plan. Since its implementation, there has been a partial convergence of obstetric practice in the province, where, despite seemingly distinct professional philosophies of care, both midwives and...
Causal logics and mechanisms in policy design: How and why adopting a mechanistic perspective can improve policy design
Policy design undertakes to develop effective policies and hence must understand whether and how effective policies can be formulated and implemented. However, very often policy design has failed to focus on the causal chain that represents the actual driver of policy effects and thus misconstrues the potential effectiveness of a policy design. A mechanistic perspective is extremely helpful for...
Behavioural mechanisms and public policy design: Preventing failures in behavioural public policy
In the past decade, behavioural approaches to policy design have spread across jurisdictions and policy areas. While the number of studies on successful behavioural interventions continuously increases, scholars are reporting unintended side effects and other forms of policy failures associated with behavioural public policy. The paper aims at getting a better understanding of the various...
Have policy process scholars embraced causal mechanisms? A review of five popular frameworks
Over 30 years, several key frameworks and theories of the policy process have emerged which have guided a burgeoning empirical literature. A more recent development has been a growing interest in the application of a ‘causal mechanism’ perspective to policy studies. This article reviews selected theories of the policy process (Multiple Streams Approach, Advocacy Coalition Framework, Punctuated...
The contentious politics of policy failure: The case of corporate board gender quotas in Spain
Drawing on the insights of studies examining opposition to gender equality policy, this article develops an actor-centric analytical framework of the contentious politics underpinning the entire policy process and suggests that resistance is a crucial meta factor explaining policy failure. Through a longitudinal study of corporate board gender quotas in Spain, it investigates the ways in which...
Sources of isomorphism in the Milwaukee voucher school sector
In this article, 25 years of data are utilized from nonprofit schools operating in the United States’ oldest and largest private school voucher program to test theories of isomorphism. We find that startup and religious schools belonging to an umbrella organization such as an archdiocese are particularly likely to serve similar student bodies at similar costs. In addition, we find that isomorphic