About this series
Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy presents cutting edge, innovative research on the origins and impacts of public policy. Going beyond mainstream public policy debates, the series encourages heterodox and heterogeneous studies of sites of contestation, conflict and cooperation that explore policy processes and their consequences at the local, national, regional or global levels. Fundamentally pluralist in nature, the series is designed to provide high quality original research of both a theoretical and empirical nature that supports a global network of scholars exploring the implications of policy on society.
The series is supported by a diverse international advisory board drawn from Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America, and welcomes manuscript submissions from scholars in the global South and North that pioneer new understandings of public policy.
International Advisory Board: Michael Howlett, Simon Fraser University, Canada; John Hobson, University of Sheffield, UK; Stuart Shields, University of Manchester, UK; Lee Jones, Queen Mary, University of London, UK; Kanishka Jayasuriya, Murdoch University, Australia; Shaun Breslin, University of Warwick, UK; Kevin Hewison, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Richard Stubbs, McMaster University, Canada; Dick Bryan, University of Sydney, Australia; Kun-chin Lin, University of Cambridge, UK; Apiwat Ratanawaraha, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Wil Hout, Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University, The Netherlands; Penny Griffin, University of New South Wales, Australia; Philippe Zittoun, Science Po, Grenoble, France; Heng Yee Kuang, University of Tokyo; Heloise Weber, University of Queensland, Australia; Max Lane, Victoria University, Australia.