Forthcoming Special Issues
Domestic and Intra–Nations Environmental Policies: Comparative Approaches. Betsi Beem, University of Sydney, Australia
Brazil in Comparative Perspective. Maria Antonieta Del Tedesco Lins, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Policy Analysis at Times of Crises: Windows of Opportunity for Comparative Policy Learning? Frans K.M. van Nispen, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Comparative Analyses of Policy Change. Adam Henry, West Virginia University, US; Karin Ingold, Bern University, Switzerland; Daniel Nohrstedt, Uppsala University, Sweden; and Chris Weible, University of Colorado Denver, US.
Designing Disaster Resilience: Comparative Perspectives. Louise Comfort, University of Pittsburgh.
Corruption, Trust, the Public Sector and Public Policies. Søren Serritzlew & Gert Tinggaard Svendsen, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark (Europe & Africa); Scott Fritzen, LKY - National University of Singapore & Chilik Yu, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan (Asia & the Americas).
The Development of Public Policy Programs in Higher Education in Asia. Yu-Ying Kuo, Shih Hsin University – Taipei, Taiwan.
Previous Special Issues
2011 Vol. 13, 4. Private Higher Education & Policy: A Global View. Daniel Levy, SUNY – Albany & William Zumeta, University of Washington – Seattle.
2011. Vol. 13, 1. Public Service Personnel Policies: Impact on Policy Related Performance. Greta Nasi, Bocconi, Milan.
2010. Vol. 12, 1 & 2. Comparative Healthcare Policies. Ted Marmor, Yale University.
2009. Vol. 11, 4. The Impact of the Biotechnology Revolution on Comparative Policy Studies. Christine Rothmayr, University of Montreal.
2009. Vol. 11, 1. The Determinants of Policy Change: Theoretical Challenges. Giliberto Capano, Bologna - Forli & Michael Howlett, Simon Fraser University - Vancouver.
2008. Vol. 10, 3. Europeanization: A Comparative Perspective. Sabine Saurugger, IEP - Grenoble & Claudio Radaelli, Exeter.
2008. Vol. 10, 1. Population Ageing & Public Policy: A Comparative Perspective. Patrick Marier, Concordia Montreal & Markus Haverland, Erasmus.
2007. Vol. 9, 4. Sustainable Development in East Asian World Cities. Mee Kam Ng, University of Hong Kong.
2007. Vol. 9, 2. Does Policy Matter?The Impact of Work-Family Reconciliation Policies on Workers and their Families. Janet Gornick, Baruch College, CUNY.
2006. Vol. 8, 4. Organizing for Policy Implementation: The Emergence and Role of Implementation Units in Policy Design and Oversight. Evert Lindquist, University of Victoria, Canada.
2006. Vol. 8, 2. Family & Welfare Policies. Janet Gornick, Baruch College, CUNY.
2005. Vol. 7, 4. Comparative Policy Analysis: Methodological Approaches, Challenges & Perspectives. Monika Steffens, University of Grenoble.
2005. Vol. 7, 1. Policy Analysis in Eastern Europe. Jeff Strausmann, Maxwell School, Syracuse.
2004. Vol. 6, 3. Immigration Policies in a Global World. Dietrich Traenhardt, Meunster University.
2003. Vol. 5, 3. Governance. John Dixon, University of Plymouth, UK.
2002. Vol. 4, 3. Policy & Culture. Robert Hoppe, University of Twente.
2001. Vol, 3, 3. Science & Technology Policy. Michael Luger, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
2000. Vol. 2, 3. Globalization & Policy Convergence. George Hoberg, University of British Columbia.