Karin Ingold

University of Bern
Institute of Political Science

Fabrikstrasse 8
Bern
Switzerland
3012
karin.ingold@ipw.unibe.ch

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My current research focuses on fragmented political subsystems and subsystem overlap, applying statistical network models.

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Ingold K (2011) Network Structures within Policy Processes: Coalitions, Power, and Brokerage in Swiss Climate Policy. Policy Studies Journal 39(3): 435-59.
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Ingold K, Varone F (2012) Treating Policy Brokers Seriously: Evidence from the Climate Policy. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22 (2): 319-346.
DOI: doi:10.1093/jopart/mur035
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Fischer M, Ingold K, Sciarini P, Varone F (2012) Impacts of market liberalization on regulatory network: A longitudinal analysis of the Swiss telecommunications sector. Policy Studies Journal 40 (3): 435-457.
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Maggetti M, Ingold K, Varone F (2013) Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: Can Regulatory Agencies Be Both Independent and Accountable? Swiss Political Science Review 19 (1): 1–25.
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Lienert J, Schnetzer F, Ingold K (2013) Combining stakeholder analysis with network analysis to understanding stakeholders in using the case of water infrastructure planning in Switzerland. Journal of Environmental Management 125: 134–148.
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Ingold K, Varone F, Stokman F (2013) A social network-based approach to assess de facto independence of regulatory agencies, Journal of European Public Policy 20 (10): 1464-1481.
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Ingold K, Balsiger J (2013) Sustainability Principles put into Practice: Case Studies of Network Analysis in Swiss Climate Change Adaptation. Regional Environmental Change.
DOI: 10.1007/s10113-013-0575-7
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Ingold K, Fischer M (2014) Drivers of collaboration to mitigate climate change: An illustration of Swiss climate policy over 15 years. Global Environmental Change (24): 88-98.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2013.11.021
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Ingold K (2014) How involved are they really? A comparative network analysis of the institutional drivers of local actor inclusion. Land Use Policy.
DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2014.01.013
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Metz F, Ingold K (2014) Sustainable Wastewater Management: Is it Possible to Regulate Micropollution in the Future by Learning from the Past? A Policy Analysis. Sustainability 6(4) 1992-2012.
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Ingold K, Gschwend, M (2014) Science in Policy Making: neutral experts or strategic policymakers?. West European Politics 37 (5): 993-1018.

Substantive Focus:
Energy and Natural Resource Policy PRIMARY
Environmental Policy
Governance SECONDARY
Science and Technology Policy
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation SECONDARY

Keywords

ADVOCACY COALITIONS SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS OVERLAPING SUBSYSTEMS ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCE POLICY