A plausible explanation for emerging ruptures in the collective social insurance system is offered by scholars in the field in ideational analysis, who argue that the availability of new ideas

@inproceedings{Vu2015APE,
  title={A plausible explanation for emerging ruptures in the collective social insurance system is offered by scholars in the field in ideational analysis, who argue that the availability of new ideas},
  author={Anja Eleveld Vu and Anja. Eleveld},
  year={2015}
}
How do new policy ideas enter the dominant policy discourse and how do they manage to change these discourses and policy practices? Béland and Cox (2010) argue that most ideational analyses of changes are agency-centered, which means that changes result from people’s choices, which are shaped by the (intersubjective) ideas they hold. This paper, however, draws on poststructuralist discourse theory, which, instead of assuming the existence of real intransitive agents and structures with causal… CONTINUE READING

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