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Philip Rocco
Philip Rocco
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Caregiver integration during discharge planning for older adults to reduce resource use: a metaanalysis
J Rodakowski, PB Rocco, M Ortiz, B Folb, R Schulz, SC Morton, ...
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 65 (8), 1748-1755, 2017
2062017
Stuck in neutral? Federalism, policy instruments, and counter-cyclical responses to COVID-19 in the United States
P Rocco, D Béland, A Waddan
Policy and Society 39 (3), 458-477, 2020
1302020
Social policy responses to COVID‐19 in Canada and the United States: Explaining policy variations between two liberal welfare state regimes
D Béland, S Dinan, P Rocco, A Waddan
Social Policy & Administration 55 (2), 280-294, 2021
1162021
Serving clients when the server crashes: how frontline workers cope with E‐government challenges
L Tummers, P Rocco
Public Administration Review 75 (6), 817-827, 2015
1122015
Obamacare wars: Federalism, state politics, and the Affordable Care Act
D Béland, P Rocco, A Waddan
University Press of Kansas, 2023
1112023
From metaphors to measures: observable indicators of gradual institutional change
P Rocco, C Thurston
Journal of Public Policy 34 (1), 35-62, 2014
982014
Policy feedback and the politics of the Affordable Care Act
D Béland, P Rocco, A Waddan
Policy Studies Journal 47 (2), 395-422, 2019
762019
Reassessing policy drift: Social policy change in the United States
D Béland, P Rocco, A Waddan
Social Policy & Administration 50 (2), 201-218, 2016
642016
Implementing health care reform in the United States: Intergovernmental politics and the dilemmas of institutional design
D Béland, P Rocco, A Waddan
Health Policy 116 (1), 51-60, 2014
482014
COVID-19, federalism, and health care financing in Canada, the United States, and Mexico
D Béland, GP Marchildon, A Medrano, P Rocco
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 23 (2), 143-156, 2021
402021
Trump, Bolsonaro, and the framing of the COVID-19 crisis: How political institutions shaped presidential strategies
D Béland, P Rocco, CI Segatto, A Waddan
World Affairs 184 (4), 413-440, 2021
392021
Designing policy resilience: lessons from the Affordable Care Act
D Béland, M Howlett, P Rocco, A Waddan
Policy Sciences 53, 269-289, 2020
382020
Fiscal federalism and economic crises in the United States: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic and great recession
M López-Santana, P Rocco
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 51 (3), 365-395, 2021
372021
State Politics And The Uneven Fate Of Medicaid Expansion: An examination of mechanisms that affected Medicaid expansion, including electoral competition, ballot-box initiatives …
P Rocco, AC Keller, AS Kelly
Health Affairs 39 (3), 494-501, 2020
322020
Explaining intergovernmental conflict in the COVID-19 crisis: The United States, Canada, and Australia
A Lecours, D Béland, A Fenna, TB Fenwick, M Paquet, P Rocco, ...
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 51 (4), 513-536, 2021
302021
COVID-19, poverty reduction, and partisanship in Canada and the United States
D Béland, S Dinan, P Rocco, A Waddan
Policy and Society 41 (2), 291-305, 2022
292022
How intense policy demanders shape postreform politics: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act
P Rocco, SF Haeder
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 43 (2), 271-304, 2018
262018
Informal caregiving and the politics of policy drift in the United States
P Rocco
Journal of Aging & Social Policy 29 (5), 413-432, 2017
262017
Who counts where? COVID-19 surveillance in federal countries
P Rocco, JAJ Rich, K Klasa, KA Dubin, D Béland
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 46 (6), 959-987, 2021
242021
Obamacare and the politics of universal health insurance coverage in the United States
D Béland, P Rocco, A Waddan
Social Policy & Administration 50 (4), 428-451, 2016
242016
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