A Political Values Perspective
Chapter 7: Theorizing public policy: punctuated equilibrium theory and beyond
This chapter considers the contribution of Frank Baumgartner and Bryan Jones to the field of policy studies through their three main books that set out the evolution of their ideas from the punctuated equilibrium concept through to disproportionate information processing. The chapter discusses the key concepts and identifies the discontinuities and gaps in the theory.
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