Michael Howlett, FRSC
Michael Howlett, FRSC
Canada Research Chair and Burnaby Mountain Professor, Political Science, Simon Fraser University
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Studying Public Policy: Principles and Processes
M Howlett, M Ramesh, A Perl
The lessons of learning: Reconciling theories of policy learning and policy change
CJ Bennett, M Howlett
Policy sciences 25 (3), 275-294, 1992
Designing public policies: Principles and instruments
M Howlett
Routledge, 2019
Política pública: seus ciclos e subsistemas–uma abordagem integral
M Howlett, M RAMESH, A Perl
São Paulo: Campus, 2013
Governance modes, policy regimes and operational plans: A multi-level nested model of policy instrument choice and policy design
M Howlett
Policy Sciences 42 (1), 73-89, 2009
Policy instruments, policy styles, and policy implementation: National approaches to theories of instrument choice
M Howlett
Policy studies journal 19 (2), 1-21, 1991
Policy analytical capacity and evidence‐based policy‐making: Lessons from Canada
M Howlett
Canadian public administration 52 (2), 153-175, 2009
Design principles for policy mixes: Cohesion and coherence in ‘new governance arrangements’
M Howlett, J Rayner
Policy and Society 26 (4), 1-18, 2007
The dependent variable problem in the study of policy change: Understanding policy change as a methodological problem
M Howlett, B Cashore
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 11 (1), 33-46, 2009
Managing the “hollow state”: Procedural policy instruments and modern governance
M Howlett
Canadian Public Administration 43 (4), 412-431, 2000
Implementing transition management as policy reforms: a case study of the Dutch energy sector
F Kern, M Howlett
Policy Sciences 42 (4), 391-408, 2009
Policy capacity: A conceptual framework for understanding policy competences and capabilities
X Wu, M Ramesh, M Howlett
Policy and Society 34 (3-4), 165-171, 2015
Punctuating which equilibrium? Understanding thermostatic policy dynamics in Pacific Northwest forestry
B Cashore, M Howlett
American journal of political science 51 (3), 532-551, 2007
What is a policy instrument? Policy tools, policy mixes and policy styles
M Howlett
Designing government: From instruments to governance, 31-50, 2005
Do networks matter? Linking policy network structure to policy outcomes: Evidence from four Canadian policy sectors 1990-2000
M Howlett
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2002
From the ‘old’to the ‘new’policy design: design thinking beyond markets and collaborative governance
M Howlett
Policy sciences 47 (3), 187-207, 2014
Mobilizing policy (in) capacity to fight COVID-19: Understanding variations in state responses
G Capano, M Howlett, DSL Jarvis, M Ramesh, N Goyal
Policy and Society 39 (3), 285-308, 2020
The lessons of failure: Learning and blame avoidance in public policy-making
M Howlett
International Political Science Review 33 (5), 539-555, 2012
Patterns of policy instrument choice: Policy styles, policy learning and the privatization experience
M Howlett, M Ramesh
Review of Policy Research 12 (1‐2), 3-24, 1993
Patching vs packaging in policy formulation: Assessing policy portfolio design
M Howlett, J Rayner
Politics and Governance 1 (2), 170-182, 2013
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