At this interactive roundtable discussion on May 15, 2017, a distinguished set of scholars discussed some of the practical lessons from policy theories for designing, navigating and influencing policy processes. Examples include:
* How can people tell stories to shape policy agendas?
* What factors are conducive to learning from scientific and technical information?
* How can we structure public policies to ensure compliance?
* Paul Cairney, Stirling University, UK
* Chris Koski, Reed College
* Richard Simmons, University of Stirling, UK
* Michael Jones, Oregon State University
* Seo Young Kim, Florida State University
* Deserai Crow, Tanya Heikkila, William Swann and Chris Weible, University of Colorado Denver
Hosted by the Workshop on Policy Process Research (WOPPR) in the School of Public Affairs.
Video provided by the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus
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