Jeremy Rayner
Jeremy Rayner
Professor, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan
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Design principles for policy mixes: Cohesion and coherence in ‘new governance arrangements’
M Howlett, J Rayner
Policy and society 26 (4), 1-18, 2007
Patching vs packaging in policy formulation: Assessing policy portfolio design
M Howlett, J Rayner
Politics and Governance 1 (2), 170-182, 2013
Understanding the historical turn in the policy sciences: A critique of stochastic, narrative, path dependency and process-sequencing models of policy-making over time
M Howlett, J Rayner
Policy Sciences 39 (1), 1-18, 2006
Introduction: Understanding integrated policy strategies and their evolution
J Rayner, M Howlett
Policy and society 28 (2), 99-109, 2009
From government to governance in forest planning? Lessons from the case of the British Columbia Great Bear Rainforest initiative
M Howlett, J Rayner, C Tollefson
Forest policy and economics 11 (5-6), 383-391, 2009
In search of sustainability: British Columbia forest policy in the 1990s
B Cashore
UBC Press, 2011
Globalization and Governance Capacity: Explaining Divergence in National Forest Programs as Instances of “Next‐Generation” Regulation in Canada and Europe
M Howlett, J Rayner
Governance 19 (2), 251-275, 2006
Opening up the black box of adaptation decision-making
R Biesbroek, J Dupuis, A Jordan, A Wellstead, M Howlett, P Cairney, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (6), 493-494, 2015
Embracing complexity: Meeting the challenges of international forest governance
J Rayner
IUFRO-WFSE/Metla, 2010
Learning and change in the British Columbia forest policy sector: A consideration of Sabatier's advocacy coalition framework
K Lertzman, J Rayner, J Wilson
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 1996
Convergence and divergence in ‘new governance’arrangements: Evidence from European integrated natural resource strategies
M Howlett, J Rayner
Journal of Public Policy 26 (2), 167-189, 2006
Privileging the sub-sector: Critical sub-sectors and sectoral relationships in forest policy-making
J Rayner, M Howlett, J Wilson, B Cashore, G Hoberg
Forest Policy and Economics 2 (3-4), 319-332, 2001
The politics of identity in late modern society
J Goldstein, J Rayner
Theory and Society, 367-384, 1994
Third generation policy diffusion studies and the analysis of policy mixes: Two steps forward and one step back?
M Howlett, J Rayner
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 10 (4), 385-402, 2008
Changes in the governance of forest resources
P Glück, J Rayner, B Cashore
Forests in the global balance-Changing paradigms/Ed. Mery, G., Alfaro, R …, 2005
Do ideas matter? Policy network configurations and resistance to policy change in the Canadian forest sector
M Howlett, J Rayner
Canadian public administration 38 (3), 382-410, 1995
Achieving policy integration across fragmented policy domains: Forests, agriculture, climate and energy
K Hogl, D Kleinschmit, J Rayner
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (3), 399-414, 2016
Conclusion: Governance arrangements and policy capacity for policy integration
J Rayner, M Howlett
Policy and Society 28 (2), 165-172, 2009
The elements of effective program design: A two-level analysis
M Howlett, I Mukherjee, J Rayner
Handbook of policy formulation, 129-144, 2017
Eye on the taiga: removing global policy impediments to safeguard the boreal forest
J Moen, L Rist, K Bishop, FS Chapin III, D Ellison, T Kuuluvainen, ...
Conservation Letters 7 (4), 408-418, 2014
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