Christine Rothmayr Allison

Universite de Montreal
Departement de Science Politique

C.P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville
Montreal, Quebec
Canada
H3C 3J7
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Christine Rothmayr Allison is associate professor of political science at the University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Her field of interest is comparative public policy, where she studies policies in the field of biotechnology, biomedicine and higher education. Her recent research looks at how courts contribute to shape biotechnology policies in Europe and North-America. Her work has been published in the European Journal of Political Research, Comparative Political Studies, and West European Politics among others. Before joining the Université de Montréal, she taught at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She received her PhD from the University of Zurich, Switzerland.

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Rothmayr Allison, Christine 2013 : Rationalité juridique vs. rationalité managériale? , dossier spécial, Droit & Société n° 84, 2013/2.
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Rothmayr Allison, Chistine and Frédéric Varone (2014) : Justiz“, in: Peter Knoepfel et al. (Hrsg.), Handbuch der Schweizer Politik, 5. vollständig überarbeitete Auflage, Zurich: NZZ Verlag: 219-241
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Isabelle Engeli, Benoît Rihoux, and Christine Rothmayr (2014): Intermediate-N Comparison: Configurational Comparative Methods. in: Isabelle Engeli and Christine Rothmayr Allison (eds.): Comparative Policy Studies: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges. Palgrave: 85-107.
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Rothmayr Allison, Christine (à paraître) : Law in books vs. Law in action: A review of the socio-legal literature. In: Louis Imbeau et (and) Steve Jacob (eds): "Behind a Veil of Ignorance? Power and Uncertainty in Constitutional Design" forthcoming
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Engeli, Isabelle et Christine Rothmayr Allison (eds.) (2014): Comparative Policy Studies : Conceptual and Methodological Challenges. Palgrave Macmillan.
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Engeli, Isabelle and Christine Rothmayr Allison, When Doctors Shape Policy: The Impact of Self-Regulation on Governing Human Biotechnology. Regulation&Governance (forthcoming)
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Rothmayr Allison, Christine and Denis Saint-Martin (2011): “Half a century of "muddling": Are we there yet?”, Policy and Society, 30(1), 1-8.
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Engeli, Isabelle and Christine Rothmayr (2013): “Diverging against all odds? Regulatory Paths in Embryonic Stem Cell Research across Western Europe”; Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 20 (3): 407-424
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Rothmayr Allison, Christine and Audrey L'Espérance. 2007. "Le Recours a la Justice par les Patients, Chercheurs et Groupes Religieux dans le Domaine de la Biomedecine." In La Fonction Politique de la Justice, eds. Jacques Commaille and Martine Kaluszynski. Paris: Editions La Decouverte. p. 191-209.
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Varone, Frederic, Christine Rothmayr Allison, and Eric Montpetit. 2006. "Regulating Biomedicine in Europe and North America: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis." European Journal of Political Research 45: 317-343.
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Rothmayr Allison, Christine, and Frederic Varone. 2009. "Direct Legislation in North America and Europe: Promoting or Restricting." Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 11 (4).

Substantive Focus:
Law and Policy SECONDARY
Governance
Health Policy
Science and Technology Policy
Comparative Public Policy PRIMARY

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

Keywords

BIOTECHNOLOGY COURTS AND PUBLIC POLICY COMPARATIVE PUBLIC POLICY SHALE GAZ