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Working Paper 2/10 - Information and policy change PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 June 2010 17:01
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WP Agendas 2/10

Juin 2010

Cette contribution est issue de la présentation de Frank Baumgartner dans le cadre du séminaire général du Centre d'études européennes de Sciences Po le 19 mai 2010.

Information and Policy Change

Frank R. Baumgartner

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Centre d’Etudes Européennes, Sciences Po Paris

In this short paper I am going to draw some distinctions and explain some concepts that will be fundamental to a book in progress, The Politics of Information, which seems now to be approaching the iconic status even of Warren Miller and Donald Stokes’ “forthcoming” book-length version of their classic 1966 article. Rather than attempt an overview or present a single chapter, I will take the hazardous route of presenting some of the concepts, especially those concepts and distinctive approaches that we want to explore that are likely to lead to the most confusion, concern, and consternation. But, we hope as well, perhaps the most progress. So let me barge right in.

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Working Paper 1/10 - Analyser les communiqués PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 February 2010 15:47

WP Agendas France 1/10

 

Février 2010

Emiliano Grossman, Caterina Froio & Quentin Harada
Sciences Po, CEE

The Communiqués de Conseil des ministres (1974-2006). Presentation of data and preliminary analyses

This report provides a wide picture on a new database on the weekly government statements in France. They provide detailed information on the effective agenda of French governments over time. A detailed topic coding, moreover, allows for an analysis of the evolution of relative attention to different topics.
This report presents a series of research questions and projects that have motivated the creation of this database in the first place. It moreover provides a series of descriptive analyses and tentative answers to some of the research questions raised in the introductory section.

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