Ashley E. Jochim is a doctoral student in Political Science at the University of Washington, a Graduate fellow at the Center for American Politics and Public Policy and a Research Analyst at the Center on Reinventing Public Education. I specialize in political institutions and public policy processes. I hold Ph.D. concentrations in public policy and management and political methodology. My research agenda broadly considers the sources and stability of political arrangements as well as the implications of these arrangements for policymaking and implementation.
||Jochim, Ashley E., and Bryan D. Jones. Forthcoming. "Issue Politics in a Polarized Congress."Political Research Quartery In press. |
||Workman, Samuel, Bryan D. Jones, and Ashley E. Jochim. 2009. "Information Processing and Policy Dynamics." Policy Studies Journal 37 (1): 75-92.|
||Jochim, Ashley E., and Peter J. May. 2010 "Beyond Subsystems: Policy Regimes and Governance." Policy Studies Journal 38 (2): 303-327.|
||May, Peter J., Ashley E. Jochim, and Joshua Sapotichne. "Constructing Homeland Security: An Anemic Policy Regime." Policy Studies Journal 39 (2): 285-307.|
Education Policy PRIMARY
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY