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New editorial statement for the Policy & Politics journalby policypressblog on January 13, 2021
Oscar Berglund, Claire Dunlop and Chris Weible Policy & Politics is a world-leading journal that provides the primary outlet for scholars and reflexive […]
Policy & Politics: Serving and Enhancing our Metacommunitiesby policypressblog on January 6, 2021
Oscar Berglund, Claire Dunlop and Christopher M. Weible In the study of ecological systems, there is a concept called metacommunities. The idea is that a […]
Event | Meeting | IMF Conditionality Reform in Promise and Practice: What does the evidence show?on December 22, 2020
As this is the first IMF meeting since the latest Review of Program Design and Conditionality, the panel assessed the Fund’s self-reported conditionality […]
Event | Meeting | Fiscal Space for Universal Health and Social Protection after the COVID19 Pandemic: How to Prevent Austerityon December 22, 2020
In 2020 governments have financed emergency care and urgent socioeconomic support to cope with COVID19. While this short-term expending was necessary, […]
Merry Christmas from the Policy and Politics co-editorsby policypressblog on December 16, 2020
Merry Christmas from the Policy & Politics team! Thank you to all our authors, reviewers, board members and friends in the unprecedented year that was 2020 […]
SPECIAL ISSUE BLOG SERIES: Blog 7 – How nudges can improve the effectiveness of welfare policiesby policypressblog on December 10, 2020
Special issue blog series on advancing our understanding of the politics behind nudge and the ‘behavioural insights’ trend in public policy. Jean-Michel […]