Karin Ingold
Karin Ingold
Professor for Policy Analysis and Environmental Governance, University of Bern, affil.: EAWAG & OCCR
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Network structures within policy processes: Coalitions, power, and brokerage in Swiss climate policy
K Ingold
Policy studies journal 39 (3), 435-459, 2011
3042011
Stakeholder analysis combined with social network analysis provides fine-grained insights into water infrastructure planning processes
J Lienert, F Schnetzer, K Ingold
Journal of environmental management 125, 134-148, 2013
2722013
Treating policy brokers seriously: Evidence from the climate policy
K Ingold, F Varone
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22 (2), 319-346, 2012
1832012
Socio-technical transitions and policy change–Advocacy coalitions in Swiss energy policy
J Markard, M Suter, K Ingold
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 18, 215-237, 2016
1812016
Water resources management: what should be integrated?
JG Hering, KM Ingold
Science 336 (6086), 1234-1235, 2012
1382012
Drivers of collaboration to mitigate climate change: An illustration of Swiss climate policy over 15 years
K Ingold, M Fischer
Global Environmental Change 24, 88-98, 2014
1312014
The Advocacy Coalition Framework:: An Overview of the Research Program
D Nohrstedt, H Jenkins-Smith, C Weible, K Ingold
Westview Press, 2017
1282017
Structural and institutional determinants of influence reputation: A comparison of collaborative and adversarial policy networks in decision making and implementation
K Ingold, P Leifeld
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (1), 1-18, 2016
1082016
Structural and institutional determinants of influence reputation: A comparison of collaborative and adversarial policy networks in decision making and implementation
K Ingold, P Leifeld
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (1), 1-18, 2016
1082016
Introducing the scope and focus of policy process research and theory
CM Weible
Theories of the policy process, 3-21, 2014
972014
Policy change in comparative contexts: Applying the advocacy coalition framework outside of Western Europe and North America
AD Henry, K Ingold, D Nohrstedt, CM Weible
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 16 (4), 299-312, 2014
912014
COVID-19 and the policy sciences: initial reactions and perspectives
CM Weible, D Nohrstedt, P Cairney, DP Carter, DA Crow, AP Durnová, ...
Policy sciences, 1-17, 2020
822020
Bringing the policy making perspective in: A political science approach to social acceptance
C Dermont, K Ingold, L Kammermann, I Stadelmann-Steffen
Energy policy 108, 359-368, 2017
752017
Exceptional or just well connected? Political entrepreneurs and brokers in policy making
D Christopoulos, K Ingold
European Political Science Review 7 (3), 475-498, 2015
752015
Drivers for policy agreement in nascent subsystems: an application of the advocacy coalition framework to fracking policy in Switzerland and the UK
K Ingold, M Fischer, P Cairney
Policy studies journal 45 (3), 442-463, 2017
602017
Climate change in mountain regions: how local communities adapt to extreme events
K Ingold, J Balsiger, C Hirschi
Local Environment 15 (7), 651-661, 2010
602010
Sustainable wastewater management: is it possible to regulate micropollution in the future by learning from the past? A policy analysis
F Metz, K Ingold
Sustainability 6 (4), 1992-2012, 2014
552014
Distinguishing between political brokerage & political entrepreneurship
D Christopoulos, K Ingold
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 10, 36-42, 2011
532011
Science in policy-making: Neutral experts or strategic policy-makers?
K Ingold, M Gschwend
West European Politics 37 (5), 993-1018, 2014
482014
How involved are they really? A comparative network analysis of the institutional drivers of local actor inclusion
K Ingold
Land Use Policy 39, 376-387, 2014
482014
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