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Free Highly Cited Articles from Policy & Politics and Evidence & Policy

Other - Deadline : 08/31/2021

07/06/2021

Thea Cook

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Bristol University Press and Policy Press are celebrating their new Journal Impact Factors with a free collection of highly cited articles. This collection features papers from Policy & Politics and Evidence & Policy. Explore the collection for free until 31 August.    

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Policy & Politics 

2 year Impact Factor: 3.75, 5 year Impact Factor: 3.875.

The journal is now placed firmly in the first quartile of international journals in the Political Science category and the top twenty journals in the Public Administration category of the Journal Citation Reports.

The lessons of policy learning: types, triggers, hindrances and pathologies [Open Access]
Claire A. Dunlop and Claudio M. Radaelli  

When design meets power: design thinking, public sector innovation and the politics of policymaking [Open Access]

Jenny M. Lewis, Michael McGann and Emma Blomkamp  

Policy labs: the next frontier of policy design and evaluation? [Open Access]
Karol Olejniczak et al.  

Three habits of successful policy entrepreneurs [Open Access]
Paul Cairney  

Can experience be evidence? Craft knowledge and evidence-based policing
Jenny Fleming and Rod Rhodes  

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Evidence & Policy 

2 year Impact Factor: 1.836, 5 year Impact Factor: 1.922

Deep experiential knowledge: reflections from mutual aid groups for evidence-based practice Tehseen Noorani, Magnus Karlsson and Thomasina Borkman

Key issues in co-creation with stakeholders when research problems are complex [Open Access] Gabriele Bammer

Rethinking knowledge translation for public health policy [Open Access] Patrick Fafard and Steven J. Hoffman

EKLIPSE: engaging knowledge holders and networks for evidence-informed European policy on biodiversity and ecosystem services [Open Access] Allan Watt et al. 

Reflections on the Researcher-in-Residence model co-producing knowledge for action in an Integrated Care Organisation: a mixed methods case study using an impact survey and field notes [Open Access] Felix Gradinger et al.

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