Sequencing in public policy: the evolution of the CAP over a decade

@article{Daugbjerg2009SequencingIP,
  title={Sequencing in public policy: the evolution of the CAP over a decade},
  author={Carsten Daugbjerg},
  journal={Journal of European Public Policy},
  year={2009},
  volume={16},
  pages={395 - 411}
}
  • C. Daugbjerg
  • Published 16 March 2009
  • Political Science
  • Journal of European Public Policy
This article sets out to bring the concept of reactive sequencing into policy studies and demonstrate its value in the analysis of policy reform. Reactive sequencing is based on the notion that early events in a sequence set in motion a chain of causally linked reactions and counter-reactions which trigger subsequent development. Since responses to earlier events may come in the form of counter-reactions, reactive sequences do not necessarily induce further movements in the same direction but… 

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