All Stories

  1. The politics of regulation: mapping half a century of debates (1970-2020)
  2. Towards a Science of Scaling for Urban Climate Action and Governance
  3. The end of Nudge and the beginning of The Behavioral Code ?
  4. The Value of Systems Thinking for and in Regulatory Governance: An Evidence Synthesis
  5. The regulatory state in developing countries: Redistribution and regulatory failure in Brazil
  6. How does symbolic commitment strengthen the resilience of sustainability institutions? Exploring the role of bureaucrats in Germany, Finland, and the UK
  7. Risk as an Approach to Regulatory Governance: An Evidence Synthesis and Research Agenda
  8. Trading off benefits and requirements: How do city networks attract cities to their voluntary environmental programmes?
  9. Why meta‐research matters to regulation and governance scholarship: An illustrative evidence synthesis of responsive regulation research
  10. Balancing Narrow and Broad Public Service Professionalism: Experience With the New Zealand G-REG Qualifications Framework
  11. Environmental regulation in the twenty-first century: a systematic review of (and critical research agenda for) JEPP scholarship
  12. Urban Climate Governance Experimentation in Seoul: Science, Politics, or a Little of Both?
  13. Urban climate governance informed by behavioural insights: A commentary and research agenda
  14. Instrument interactions and relationships in policy mixes: Achieving complementarity in building energy efficiency policies in New York, Sydney and Tokyo
  15. Urban climate governance in Russia: Insights from Moscow and St. Petersburg
  16. Promises and Concerns of the Urban Century
  17. The Politics of Urban Climate Futures
  18. Urban Climate Politics
  19. Have policy process scholars embraced causal mechanisms? A review of five popular frameworks
  20. Avoidance of conflicts and trade‐offs: A challenge for the policy integration of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
  21. Contradictory but also complementary: National and local imaginaries in Japan and Fukushima around transitions to hydrogen and renewables
  22. New directions in earth system governance research
  23. Studying urban climate governance: Where to begin, what to look for, and how to make a meaningful contribution to scholarship and practice
  24. Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis Logic and Tools for Theory Testing and Development in a Medium-n Urban Climate Governance Research
  25. Special section: advancing the role of cities in climate governance – promise, limits, politics
  26. Learning in urban climate governance: concepts, key issues and challenges
  27. Does the knowledge economy advance the green economy? An evaluation of green jobs in the 100 largest metropolitan regions in the United States
  28. Assessing Policy Process Knowledge: A Systematic Review of Three Theoretical Approaches that are Applied to Cases of Policy Change
  29. Voluntary urban climate programmes: should city governments be involved and, if so, how?
  30. Understanding voluntary program performance: Introducing the diffusion network perspective
  31. The city politics of an urban age: urban resilience conceptualisations and policies
  32. What Is Known about Punctuated Equilibrium Theory? And What Does That Tell Us about the Construction, Validation, and Replication of Knowledge in the Policy Sciences?
  33. The limits of voluntary programs for low-carbon buildings for staying under 1.5 °C
  34. From leaders to majority: a frontrunner paradox in built-environment climate governance experimentation
  35. Integrating Information in Built Environments
  36. Innovations in Urban Climate Governance
  37. Brighter and Darker Sides of Intermediation
  38. Urban sustainability and resilience
  39. Studying Incremental Institutional Change: A Systematic and Critical Meta‐Review of the Literature from 2005 to 2015
  40. Opportunities and Risks of the “New Urban Governance” in India
  41. Eco-financing for low-carbon buildings and cities: Value and limits
  42. The new governance for low-carbon buildings: mapping, exploring, interrogating
  43. Experimental governance for low-carbon buildings and cities: Value and limits of local action networks
  44. The enforcement–compliance paradox: Implementation of pesticide regulation in China
  45. Symmetric and asymmetric motivations for compliance and violation: A crisp set qualitative comparative analysis of Chinese farmers
  46. From mechanism to virtue: Evaluating Nudge theory
  47. Contextual Compliance: Situational and Subjective Cost-Benefit Decisions about Pesticides by Chinese Farmers
  48. What Roles are There for Government in Voluntary Environmental Programmes?
  50. On the potential of voluntary environmental programmes for the built environment: a critical analysis of LEED
  51. What role is there for the state in contemporary governance?
  52. Voluntary programmes for building retrofits: opportunities, performance and challenges
  53. Regulatory failures, split-incentives, conflicting interests and a vicious circle of blame: the New Environmental Governance to the rescue?
  54. What ‘Works’ in Environmental Policy-Design? Lessons from Experiments in the Australian and Dutch Building Sectors
  55. Governance for Urban Sustainability and Resilience
  56. Selecting Cases and Inferential Types in Comparative Public Policy Research
  57. Coping with Mandated Public Participation: The Case of Implementing the EU Water Framework Directive in the Netherlands
  58. Is New Governance the Silver Bullet? Insights from the Australian Buildings Sector
  59. Experimentation in policy design: insights from the building sector
  60. Voluntary Environmental Governance Arrangements in the Australian Building Sector
  61. Contrasting stories on overcoming governance challenges: the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive in the Netherlands
  62. Regulating sustainable construction in Europe
  63. Interacting State and Non-State Actors in Hybrid Settings of Public Service Delivery
  64. Different but equally plausible narratives of policy transformation: A plea for theoretical pluralism
  65. Voluntary environmental governance arrangements
  66. The Mechanics of Virtue: Lessons on Public Participation from Implementing the Water Framework Directive in the Netherlands
  67. Friends, Enemies, or Strangers? On Relationships between Public and Private Sector Service Providers in Hybrid Forms of Governance
  68. Institutional Layering: A Review of the Use of the Concept
  69. Governing the eco-city utopia
  70. Smart Privatization: Lessons from Private Sector Involvement in Australian and Canadian Building Regulatory Enforcement Regimes
  71. One task, a few approaches, many impacts: Private-sector involvement in Canadian building code enforcement
  72. A short history of studying incremental institutional change: Does Explaining Institutional Change provide any new explanations?
  73. On Peanuts and Monkeys: Private Sector Involvement in Australian Building Control
  74. Privatisation of building code enforcement: a comparative study of regimes in Australia and Canada
  75. International comparative analysis of building regulations: an analytical tool
  76. Towards a Better Understanding of Building Regulation
  77. Problems in enforcing Dutch building regulations
  78. City and Subnational Governance
  79. The long, but promising, road from deterrence to networked enforcement