Selected Conference Papers

SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTATIONS

• Feeney, S., Hogan, J. and O’Rourke, B. K. 2017.  ‘Elite Formation in Ireland and the UK: The Role of Higher Education Institutions ’.  Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, United States of America, 7 August.

• Feeney, S. and Hogan, J. 2017.  Understanding Civic Engagement Through Drawings: Now that I see it I understand.  Presented at the European Conference on Research Methodology for Business & Management Studies (ECRM), Dublin, Ireland. 22-23 June.

• Feeney, S., Hogan, J. and O’Rourke, B. K. 2017.  ‘The Role of Higher Education Institutions in Political Elite Formation: Ireland & the UK’.  Presented at the European Conference on Research Methodology for Business & Management Studies (ECRM), Dublin, Ireland. 22-23 June.

• Keeling, S., Feeney, S., and Hogan J. 2017. Transparency! Transparency?: Comparing the New Lobbying Laws in Ireland and the UK.  Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 8 April.

• MacDonald, E., Hogan J., and O’Rourke, B. K. 2017.  Discursive Change in Turbulent Times?: A Corpus-Linguistic Analysis of Enterprise Policy Strategy Texts in the Republic of Ireland, 2004-2014.  Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 8 April.

• MacDonald, E., Sherlock, R. and Hogan J. 2017.  Using Cognitive Mapping Techniques to Measure Longitudinally the Brand Equity of Irish Political Parties.  Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 8 April.

• Feeney, S., and Hogan J. 2017.  Civic Engagement: Using Drawings to Measure Understanding.  Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 8 April.

• Jennings, M., Feeney, S., and Hogan J. 2017. Policy Failure of an Irish Solution to a Global Problem: The Case of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board.  Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 7 April.

• Hogan, J.  2017.  Chair of the Comparative Public Policy Section, Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 6-9 April.

• O’Rourke, B. K., and Hogan, J. and 2016. Who are they listening to: Influential voices in Ireland’s economic policy making.  Presented at the Austerity and Its Alternatives Partnership Workshop, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, 15 December.

• O’Rourke, B. K., and Hogan, J. and 2016. Developing an austerity index.  Presented at the Austerity and Its Alternatives Partnership Workshop, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, 15 December.

• Hogan, J., and O’Rourke, B. K. 2016. Updating Austerity – Ireland.  Presented at the Austerity and Its Alternatives Partnership Workshop, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, 14 December.

• Timoney, N., and Hogan, J.  2016.  Understanding the changes to Irish social partnership policy after 2008.  Presented at the Nevin Economic Research Institute, Parnell Square, Dublin 1, 30 November.

• Feeney, S., Hogan, J., and O’Rourke, B. K.  2016. Indexing Elites: Quantifying the comparison of elite formation across countries.  Presented at Coventry Business School, University of Coventry, Coventry, UK, 26 October.

• Feeney, S. and Hogan, J. 2016. Student perceptions civic engagement: ‘now that I see it I understand.  Presented at the Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Belfast, 9 October.

• Feeney, S. and Hogan, J. 2016. A path dependence approach to understanding educational policy harmonisation: The qualifications framework in the European higher education area.  Presented at the Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Belfast, 7 October.

• Hogan, J. 2016. Chair of the Comparative Approaches to Rulemaking, Regulation, and Policy-making. American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, United State of America, 3 September.

• Feeney, S. and Hogan, J. 2016.  Understanding Civic Engagement: Now that I see it I understand.  Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, United State of America, 2 September.

• MacDonald, E., Feeney, S., and Hogan, J. 2016. A Path Dependence Approach to Understanding the Emergence of Educational Policy Harmonisation – Developing the EQF.  Presented at the International Political Science Association’s 24th World Congress of Political Science, Poznan, Poland, 27 July.

• MacDonald, E., O’Rouke, B., and Hogan, J.  2016.  Austerity and Its Effects on Neoliberal Policy: The Case of Enterprise Policy in Ireland.  Presented at the International Political Science Association’s 24th World Congress of Political Science, Poznan, Poland, 26 July.

• Hogan, J. and Timoney, N. 2016.  Changes in Irish Social Partnership Policy After the Crisis: A Discursive Institutionalist Examination.  Presented at the International Political Science Association’s 24th World Congress of Political Science, Poznan, Poland, 24 July.

• O’Rourke, B. K. and Hogan, J. 2016.  Frugal Comfort from Ireland: Marginal Tales from an Austere Isle.  Presented at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) Conference, University of Sheffield, 5 July.

• Feeney, S., and Hogan, J. 2016.  Understanding Higher Educational Policy Harmonization Across Europe Using a Path Dependence Approach.  Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 8 April.

• Timoney, N., and Hogan, J.  2016. A discursive institutionalist approach to changes in Irish social partnership policy after 2008. Presented at the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Conference, Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street, Dublin, 14 January.

• Hogan, J., and Feeney, S. 2015. Using drawings to create a critical and collaborative learning space in the study of Irish politics. Presented at the Political Studies Association of Ireland  Teaching and Learning in Politics Specialist Group, National University of Ireland, Merrion Square, Dublin, 18 September.

• Hogan, J., and Feeney, S. 2015. Sketching an Understanding of Politics through Drawings. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, 4 September.

• MacDonald, E., Sherlock, R. and Hogan, J., 2015. Employing cognitive mapping to measure political brand equity in Ireland. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, 4 September.

• Hogan, J., and Timoney, N. 2015. A discursive institutionalist approach to understanding the changes in Irish social partnership policy after 2008. Presented at the International Conference on Public Policy, Milan, 3 July.

• Hogan. J. and O’Rourke, B. K. 2015. A comparative examination of policy changes in response to crises and policy failures. Presented at the International Conference on Public Policy, Milan, 1 July.

• Hogan, J., and Timoney, N. 2015. Understanding the Nature of the Changes to Irish Social Partnership Policy, 2008-2011 Using a Discursive Institutionalist Approach. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 18 April.

• Hogan, J., and Feeney, S. 2015. What Stick Figures Tell Us About Irish Politics: Creating a Critical and Collaborative Learning Space. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 18 April.

• Hogan, J, Feeney, S., and O’Rourke, B. K 2015. Measuring the Eliteness of the Universities Educating Irish and UK Cabinet Ministers over 75 Years. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 17 April.

• Hogan, J., MacDonald, E., and Sherlock, R. 2015. Measuring the Brand Equity of Political Parties Using Cognitive Mapping Techniques: Case Study Ireland. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 17 April.

• Hogan, J. 2015. Chair of the Public Opinion Outside the USA panel. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 16 April.

• Hogan. J. and O’Rourke, B. K. 2015. “Comprehending varieties of policy change: Irish industrial policy and Mexican macroeconomic policy in the 1980s.” Presented at the Political Studies Association (UK) Annual Conference, Sheffield, UK, 1 April.

• Hogan. J. and Timoney, N. 2015. “Understanding the changes to Irish social partnership policy (2008-11) using a discursive institutionalist approach.” Presented at the Political Studies Association (UK) Annual Conference, Sheffield, UK, 1 April.

• Chari, R., Hogan, J. and Murphy, G. 2015. “The Promotion of highest standards of integrity within the EU institutions.” Joint Hearing on “Towards a high degree of accountability, transparency and integrity in the EU Institutions”. European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium, 26 March.

• Hogan, J. 2014. Chair of Stable Institutions and Policy Change panel – 8th ECPR General Conference, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK, 5 September.

• Feeney, S., and Hogan, J. 2014. ‘The Use of metaphors in drawings of Ireland’s place in the world’. Presented at the British international Studies Association annual conference, Raddison Blu Hotel, Dublin, Ireland, 19 June.

• Hogan, J. 2014. Chair of the Institutions of International Governance panel – British international Studies Association annual conference, College of Business, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland, 17 June.

• Feeney S. and Hogan, J. 2014. Co-conveners of the British International Studies Association (BISA) Postgraduate Network 2014 Annual Conference, College of Business, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland, 17 June.

• O’Rourke, B. K., & Hogan, J. 2014. Too Much and Too Little: Enterprise Discourse and Industrial Policy in Ireland Presented at the 59th International Council on Small Business World Conference Dublin, Ireland, 12 June.

• Hogan, J., MacDonald, E., Sherlock, R. 2014. Measuring political brand equity in the Republic of Ireland using cognitive mapping techniques. Presented at the Political Studies Association (UK) Annual Conference, Manchester, UK, 14 April.

• Hogan, J, and O’Rourke, B. 2014. The Critical Role of Ideas: A Discursive Institutionalist Approach to Understanding Change in Irish Industrial Policy. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 5 April.

• Hogan, J. 2014. Discussant at the Advances in Punctuated Equilibrium Theory . Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 5 April.

• Hogan, J, O’Rourke, B. and Donnelly, P. 2014. Developing an Elite Index for Comparative Studies: The School of Irish and UK Cabinet Ministers. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 4 April.

• Chari, R., Hogan, J., and Murphy, G. 2014. Inquiry into lobbying. Evidence given to the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee of the Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 27 February.

• Hogan, J., Feeney, S., and Donnelly, P. 2013. ‘Interpreting Undergraduate Understanding of Irish Politics Through Freehand Drawings’. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association of Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, October 20th.

• MacDonald, E., Sherlock, R. and Hogan, J. 2013. The Brand Equity of Irish Political Parties. Presented at the Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Trinity College Dublin, October 19th.

• Hogan, J. and Graham, S. 2013. Presidential campaigning in a hybridized media environment – Ireland 2011. Presented at the Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Trinity College Dublin, October 18th.

• Hogan, J., Chari, R., and Murphy, G. 2013. Transparency Around Lobbying. Evidence given to the Committee on Standards in Public Life of the House of Commons, Westminster Hall, Westminster, London, UK, 19 September. http://www.public-standards.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/A-D.pdf

• Hogan, J., Feeney, S., and Donnelly, P. 2013. ‘Understanding Irish Politics Through Student Drawings’. Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSA/BISA, University of Westminster, London, UK, 9th September.

• Hogan, J., Chari, R.,and Murphy, G. 2013. “The government’s lobbying bill” Political and Constitutional Reform Committee of the House of Commons, London, UK, 4 September, http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons-committees/political-and-cons…

• Hogan, J. 2013. Chair of the Public Policy Panel (25-9) – Ideas, Learning and the Process of Policy Change in an Age of Austerity, at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Ill, 1st September. http://www.apsanet.org/mtgs/program_2013/program.cfm?event=1599028

• Hogan, J., Feeney, S., and Donnelly, P. 2013. ‘What Stick Figures/People Tell Me about Irish Politics’. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Ill, 31st August.

• Feeney, S., Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. 2013. ‘What is ‘Irish Politics’? Using students’ freehand drawings to provide an answer’. Presented at the European Association for Institutional Research (EAIR) Annual Conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. August 29th.

• Hogan, J., Murphy, G. and Chari, R., 2013. “Lobbying Issues and Questions” Committee on Standards in Public Life of the House of Commons, London, UK, 10 July.

• Hogan, J., and Feeney S., 2013. Crisis and policy change: The roles of political and policy entrepreneurs. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, April 14th.

• Hogan, J., and Cavatorta, F. 2013. Economic liberalization and democratization: Algeria and Jordan in comparative perspective in the late 1980s. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, April 13th.

• Hogan, J. 2013. Discussant at the determinants and consequences of global economic integration. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, April 12th.

• Hogan, J., and Feeney S., 2013. The contribution of political entrepreneurs to policy change at times of crisis. Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association Conference, Cardiff University, Cardiff City Hall, March 27th.

• Hogan, J., and Donnelly P. 2013. Engaging students in the classroom: How can I know what I think until I see what I draw? Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association Conference, Cardiff University, Cardiff City Hall, March 26th.

• Hogan, J. and Graham, S. 2013. An examination of Seán Gallagher’s presidential campaign in a hybridized media environment.’ Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association Conference, Cardiff University, Cardiff City Hall, March 26th.

• Hogan, J. and O’Rourke, Brendan K. 2013. The use of neo-liberal discourse in communicating Ireland’s economic crisis. Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association Conference, Cardiff University, Cardiff City Hall, March 25th.

• Murphy, G., Hogan, J., and Chari, R., 2012. ‘Measuring the Sunshine Falling Upon Democracy: Towards a Unified Understanding of Freedom of Information Legislation and Lobbying Regulations’, Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association of Ireland Conference, University of Ulster, Magee Campus, Londonderry, October 20th.

• O’Rourke, Brendan K. and Hogan, J. 2012. Neo-Liberal Discourse on an Edge: Communicating Political Economic Crisis in Post-2007 Ireland. Accepted at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA, 30 August.
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• Hogan, J., Murphy, G., and Chari, R., 2012. Lessons for Ireland from other countries’ experience with lobbying regulations. Regulating Lobbying Conference, Farmleigh House, Castleknock, Dublin 15, Ireland, 5th July.

• Chari, R., Hogan, J., and Murphy, G. 2012. Investigating the Introduction of a Register of Lobbyists. Evidence given to the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee of the House of Commons, Portcullis House, Westminster, London, UK, 26th April. http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Player.aspx?meetingId=10686

• Hogan, J. 2012. Discussant at the Workshop on Time, Temporality, and Timescapes in Politics and Policy. European Consortium for Political Research Joint Session, University of Antwerp, April 12th.

• Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. 2012. A comparative historical examination of industrial and economic policy changes at times of economic crisis through the concept of critical junctures. Presented at the Workshop on Time, Temporality, and Timescapes in Politics and Policy at the European Consortium for Political Research Joint Session, University of Antwerp, April 12th.

• Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. 2012. Comparing economic crises and policy changes by means of a new critical junctures framework. Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association Conference, University of Ulster, Europa Hotel, Belfast, April 5th.

• Hogan, J. 2012. Chair of the Human Rights and Repression Panel. Annual Political Studies Association Conference, University of Ulster, Europa Hotel, Belfast, April 5th.

• Hogan, J, O’Mearain, D., and R. Sherlock. 2012. Selling politics? How the traits of salespeople manifest themselves in Irish politicians. Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association Conference, University of Ulster, Europa Hotel, Belfast, April 4th.

• Hogan, J. 2012. A comparison of policy responses: Four countries in economic crises in the early 1980s. Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association Conference, University of Ulster, Europa Hotel, Belfast, April 3rd.

• Hogan, J., Murphy, G. and Chari, R., 2012. “Introducing a Statutory Register of Lobbyists” Political and Constitutional Reform Select Committee of the House of Commons. 6 March. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201012/cmselect/cmpolcon/writ…

• Hogan, J., Murphy, G. and Chari, R., 2012. Issues Concerning Lobbying Regulation in Ireland Today. Presented to the Government Reform Unit of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, OPW, 7-9 Merrion Row, Dublin 2, March 15th.

• Hogan, J., Chari, R., and Murphy, G. 2012. Examining Lobbying Regulatory Environments Found Throughout the World. Presented at the Irish Congress of Trade Unions lunchtime briefing, 31/32 Parnell Square, February 20th.

• Donnelly, P., and Hogan, J. 2012. Fostering Critical Thinking in the Classroom: Engaging Politics Students through Freehand Drawing. Presented at the Annual Learning and Teaching Innovations Conference, Dublin Institute of Technology, January 11th.

• Hogan, J., Murphy G and Chari R. 2011. Lobbying Regulation in the 21st Century. Presented to the Annual GR Congress, The Ritz Carlton Hotel, Moscow, November, 17th,

• Donnelly, P. and Hogan, J. 2011. Understanding Comparative Policy Change Using A Critical Junctures Theory: The Role of Political and Policy Entrepreneurs. Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association of Ireland Conference, University College Dublin, October 23rd.

• Lynch, K and Hogan, J. 2011. The Irish political parties, social networking sites and young voters. Presented at the Annual Political Studies Association of Ireland Conference, University College Dublin, October 22nd.

• Lynch, K. and Hogan J. and . 2011. How Irish political parties are using SNS to reach Generation Z: An insight into a new online social network in a small democracy. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, 3rd September .

• Donnelly, P., and Hogan, J. 2011. Engaging Students in the Classroom: “How can I know what I think until I see what I draw. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, 1st September.

• Chari, Raj, Hogan, John and Murphy, Gary. 2011. Report on the legal framework for the regulation of lobbying in the Council of Europe member states. Presented to the Council of European, Strasbourg, May 31st.

• Hogan J. and Lynch, K. 2011. Political Parties and Generation Z – Facebook Friends or Something More? Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSA, London, April 20th.

• Hogan J., Chari, R. and Murphy, G. 2011. Regulating Lobbying – The European Experience. Parliamentary Committee Examining Lobbying, Prague, 19th April 2PM.

• Hogan J., Chari, R. and Murphy, G. 2011. Regulating Lobbying – The European Experience. Academy of Social Science, Prague, 19th April 10AM.

• Hogan J., Chari, R. and Murphy, G. 2011. Lobbying Regulation Around the World – The State of the Art. Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, Prague, 31st March.

• Hogan J., Chari, R. and Murphy, G. 2010. Organiser and Chair of the International Trends in Lobbying Regulation: Lessons Learned for Ireland Conference, Dublin, December 14th

• Hogan J., Chari, R. and Murphy, G. 2010. Lobbying Regulation Across Four Continents: Promoting Transparency? Presented at the International Trends in Lobbying Regulation: Lessons Learned for Ireland Conference, Dublin, December 14th

• Murphy, G, Hogan, J. and Chari, R. 2010. ‘Measuring Lobbying Regulations,’ It’s good to know how corruption is measured conference (Organised by Transparency International), Dublin, 26th October.

• Hogan, J. 2010. Chair of the Comparative Politics Panel. Annual Conference of the PSAI, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, October 8th.

• Hogan J. 2010. Chair of the Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Ireland. Annual Conference of the PSAI, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, October 10th.

• Murphy, G. Hogan, J. and Chari, R. 2010. Global Regulation of Lobbying. Presented at the PSAI Specialist Group Conference on Interest Groups and Lobbying, Dublin City University, April 23rd.

• Murphy, G. Hogan, J. and Chari, R. 2009. Does Lobbying Regulation Promote Transparency? Some thoughts from the global evidence. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association of Ireland, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, October 9th.

• Murphy, G. Chari, R., and Hogan, J. 2009. Regulating Lobbing: A Global Comparison. Presented at the Public Relations Institute of Ireland, Dublin, September 16th.

• Chari, R, Hogan J. and Murphy, G. 2009. Regulating Lobbying Across four Continent: Promoting Transparency? Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Toronto, ON, September 4th.

• Chari, Raj, Hogan J. and Murphy, G. 2009. Regulating Lobbying Across the Globe. Presented at the Universidad de Madrid, Madrid, February 20th.

• Chari, Raj, Hogan J. and Murphy, G. 2009. Explaining Lobbying Regulatory Environments Found Throughout the World. Presented at the European Centre for Public Affairs, Brussels, January 29th.

• Hogan J., Murphy, G. Chari, R. 2008. Worldwide Lobbying Regulations: An examination of the various lobbying regulations across the world. Presented at the Conference on Transparency at the European Centre for Public Affairs, Brussels, October 9th.

• Hogan J., Murphy, G. and Chari, R. 2008 “Next door they have regulation, but not here …”: Assessing the opinions of actors in the opaque world of the unregulated lobbying experience. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Boston MA, August 31st.

• Hogan J. and Doyle, D. 2008. A Revised Critical Junctures Framework: The Case of Privatisation Policy in Brazil and Argentina. Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSA, University of Swansea, April 2nd.

• Hogan, J., and Doyle, D. 2007. Testing an A Priori Critical Junctures Framework: The Case of Privatisation Policy in Brazil and Argentina. Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSAI, Dublin City University, Dublin, October 20th.

• Chari, R., Murphy, G. and Hogan, J. 2007. The Opaque World of Unregulated Lobbying. Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSAI, Dublin City University, Dublin, October 20th.

• Hogan, J. and Doyle, D. 2007. The Role of Political Entrepreneurs in the Process of Ideational Change. Presented at the Geary Institute Research Seminar, University College Dublin, Dublin September 9th.

• Chari, R., Murphy, G. and Hogan, J. 2007. Regulating Lobbyists: A Comparative Analysis of Canada, the USA, Germany and the European Union. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. May 31.

• Hogan, J., and Doyle, D. 2007. Piercing the Armoured Policy: The Role of Ideas in Macroeconomic Policy Change in the UK and Ireland. Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSA, University of Bath, April 13th.

• Hogan, J., and Doyle, D. 2006. The Importance of Ideas: An A Priori Critical Juncture Framework. Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSAI, University College Cork, Cork, October 21st.

• Hogan, J. 2005. Critical Junctures: Ireland 1950-2000. Presented at the Annual Conference of the PSA Postgraduate Researchers, University of Ulster, Jordanstown.

• Hogan, J. 2004. The Critical Junctures Approach Remoulded. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association of Ireland, University of Limerick, October 15th.

• Hogan J. 2004. Explaining Change in the ICTU’s Influence Over Public Policy Using A Remoulded Critical Junctures Approach: The Case of 1987. Presented at the Contested Territories Conference, Dublin City University, September 25th.

• Hogan, J. 2004. Explaining Change in Trade Union Peak Organisation Influence Over Public Policy Using Critical Junctures. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association, Lincoln, UK, April 7th.

 

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