Michael Howlett

Simon Fraser University
Political Science

888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC
Canada
V5A 1S6
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Howlett's research interests include: international forest policy; regimes; epistemic communities and governance modes; policy analytical capacity; and policy advice systems.

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Nair, Sreeja, and Michael Howlett. “Scaling up of Policy Experiments and Pilots: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis and Lessons for the Water Sector.” Water Resources Management, September 3, 2015, 1–17. doi:10.1007/s11269-015-1081-0.
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Mukherjee, Ishani, and Michael Howlett. “Who Is a Stream? Epistemic Communities, Instrument Constituencies and Advocacy Coalitions in Public Policy-Making.” Politics and Governance 3, no. 2 (August 26, 2015): 65. doi:10.17645/pag.v3i2.290.
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Wu, Xun, M. Ramesh, and M. Howlett. “Policy Capacity: Conceptual Framework and Measures.” Policy & Society, no. Fall (2015).
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Woo, J. J., and M. Howlett. “Explaining Dynamics without Change: A Critical Subsector Approach to Financial Policy Making.” Journal of Asian Public Policy 0, no. 0 (September 1, 2015): 1–17. doi:10.1080/17516234.2015.1082689.
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Howlett, Michael, and J. Rayner. 2007. "Design Principles for Policy Mixes: Cohesion and Coherence in 'New Governance Arrangements'?" Policy & Society 26 (4): 1-18.
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Howlett, Michael. 2009. "Policy Analytical Capacity and Evidence-Based Policy-Making:? Lessons from Canada." Canadian Public Administration 55 (2).
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Howlett, Michael. 2009. "Governance Modes, Policy Regimes and Operational Plans: A Multi-Level Nested Model of Policy Instrument Choice and Policy Design" Policy Sciences 42: 73-89.

Substantive Focus:
Governance SECONDARY
Comparative Public Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation

Keywords

RESOURCE POLICY ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY POLICY THEORY POLICY PROCESS POLICY DESIGN