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ICYMI: Editors’ Roundtable on publishing critical and interpretive policy research

Along with the APSA Critical Policy Studies related group, we co-sponsored a virtual roundtable event with journal editors in public policy a couple of weeks ago. The purpose was to get their inside insights on the publishing process and tips on how to handle peer review. The speakers were Prof Peter Feindt (Humboldt University in ICYMI: Editors’ Roundtable on publishing critical and interpretive policy research

What Interpretive Policy Analysis Can Do

Koen Bartels, Senior Lecturer @ INLOGOV and Co-Convener ECPR Standing Group Theoretical Perspectives in Policy Analysis  An earlier draft of this blog was posted on the blog of the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham   What do Covid-19, salmon fishing, post-earthquake resilience, the circular economy, and internet blackout have to do with each What Interpretive Policy Analysis Can Do