Christopher M. Weible
Christopher M. Weible
Professor, School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver
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The advocacy coalition framework: Innovations and clarifications
PA Sabatier, CM Weible
Theories of the Policy Process, Second Edition, 189-220, 2019
Themes and variations: Taking stock of the advocacy coalition framework
CM Weible, PA Sabatier, K McQueen
Policy studies journal 37 (1), 121-140, 2009
The advocacy coalition framework: Foundations, evolution, and ongoing research
HC Jenkins-Smith, D Nohrstedt, CM Weible, PA Sabatier
Theories of the policy process 3, 183-224, 2014
COVID-19 and the policy sciences: initial reactions and perspectives
CM Weible, D Nohrstedt, P Cairney, DP Carter, DA Crow, AP Durnová, ...
Policy sciences 53, 225-241, 2020
Theories of the policy process
CM Weible, PA Sabatier
Routledge, 2018
A quarter century of the advocacy coalition framework: An introduction to the special issue
CM Weible, PA Sabatier, HC Jenkins‐Smith, D Nohrstedt, AD Henry, ...
Policy Studies Journal 39 (3), 349-360, 2011
An advocacy coalition framework approach to stakeholder analysis: Understanding the political context of California marine protected area policy
CM Weible
Journal of public administration research and theory 17 (1), 95-117, 2007
Expert‐based information and policy subsystems: a review and synthesis
CM Weible
Policy Studies Journal 36 (4), 615-635, 2008
The advocacy coalition framework: An overview of the research program
HC Jenkins-Smith, D Nohrstedt, CM Weible, K Ingold
Theories of the policy process 4, 135-171, 2018
Comparing policy networks: Marine protected areas in California
CM Weible, PA Sabatier
Policy Studies Journal 33 (2), 181-201, 2005
Understanding and influencing the policy process
CM Weible, T Heikkila, P DeLeon, PA Sabatier
Policy sciences 45, 1-21, 2012
A guide to the advocacy coalition framework
CM Weible, PA Sabatier
Handbook of public policy analysis, 123-136, 2006
Beliefs and perceived influence in a natural resource conflict: An advocacy coalition approach to policy networks
CM Weible
Political Research Quarterly 58 (3), 461-475, 2005
The logic of policy change after crisis: Proximity and subsystem interaction
D Nohrstedt, CM Weible
Risk, hazards & crisis in public policy 1 (2), 1-32, 2010
Coalitions, science, and belief change: Comparing adversarial and collaborative policy subsystems
CM Weible, PA Sabatier
Policy Studies Journal 37 (2), 195-212, 2009
Policy learning and policy change: Theorizing their relations from different perspectives
S Moyson, P Scholten, CM Weible
Policy and society 36 (2), 161-177, 2017
Introduction: The scope and focus of policy process research and theory
CM Weible
Theories of the policy process, 1-13, 2018
Fostering learning through collaboration: Knowledge acquisition and belief change in marine aquaculture partnerships
WD Leach, CM Weible, SR Vince, SN Siddiki, JC Calanni
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24 (3), 591-622, 2014
A systematic approach to institutional analysis: Applying Crawford and Ostrom’s grammar
X Basurto, G Kingsley, K McQueen, M Smith, CM Weible
Political Research Quarterly 63 (3), 523-537, 2010
A social‐ecological‐infrastructural systems framework for interdisciplinary study of sustainable city systems: An integrative curriculum across seven major disciplines
A Ramaswami, C Weible, D Main, T Heikkila, S Siddiki, A Duvall, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 16 (6), 801-813, 2012
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