Sustained Organizational Influence: American Legislative Exchange Council and the Diffusion of Anti‐Sanctuary Policy

@article{Collingwood2019SustainedOI,
  title={Sustained Organizational Influence: American Legislative Exchange Council and the Diffusion of Anti‐Sanctuary Policy},
  author={L. Collingwood and Stephen Omar El-Khatib and B. O'Brien},
  journal={Policy Studies Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={47},
  pages={735-773}
}
  • L. Collingwood, Stephen Omar El-Khatib, B. O'Brien
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Policy Studies Journal
  • Building upon existing literature, we offer a particular model of network policy diffusion—which we call sustained organizational influence. Sustained organizational influence necessitates an institutional focus across a broad range of issues and across a long period of time. Sustaining organizations are wellfinanced, and exert their influence on legislators through benefits, shared ideological interests, and time-saving opportunities. Sustaining organizations’ centralized nature makes… CONTINUE READING
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