German Policy Studies
German Policy Studies (GPS) was succeeded in 2014 by European Policy Analysis (EPA).
German Policy Studies (GPS) focused on policy research
The underlying argument was that in German speaking countries there is a kind of common tradition or way of solving problems which, if at all, only slowly adapts to Anglo-American viewpoints, concepts and developments.
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Patterns of European Governance
Nonprofit Sector in Turbulent Environments
Migration and Immigration Policies
Policy of Adaptation - Efforts of East European Countries to Meet European Integration Standards
The German Welfare State: Dimensions - Innovations - Comparisons
The Politics and Policies of Communist/Radical Socialist Parties after Communism
German Higher Education Reform From A Comparative Perspective
The Stakes of Transport Policy in Social Science Research
Re-Shaping Consumer Policy in Europe
Transforming a Bismarckian Welfare State: Ideas, Interests and Voters in German Welfare State Reforms
The Politics of Global Finance
The Political Potential of the Internet
Health Policy and Marketization
Contested Police Systems
Symposium on Transforming Bismarckian Welfare State: Turning Away from a Defined-Benefit System?
Evidence-Based Policy: A Concept in Geographical and Substantive Extension
Family Policies in the German-Speaking Countries: Reforms and Explanations
European Labour Market Policies after the Lisbon Process: Results and Consequences
Governance of Transport Policy
Frontiers of Methodological Progress in Qualitative Research
Informality Matters: Perspectives for Studies on Political Communication
Voluntary Approaches in Environmental Policy
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