My research focuses on the politics of regulatory governance from historical, comparative and multi-level perspective. I am a founding editor of Regulation & Governance, an interdisciplinary journal that aims to serve as a leading platform for the study of regulation and governance by political scientists, lawyers, sociologists, historians, criminologists, psychologists, anthropologists, economists, and others. Through Regulation & Governance, we aim to advance discussions between various disciplines about regulation and governance, promote the development of new theoretical and empirical understanding, and serve the growing needs of practitioners for a useful academic reference.
Law and Policy
Comparative Public Policy
Policy Process Theory
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation