Critical Policy Studies: Best Article Awards
Each year, Critical Policy Studies awards two awards for the best articles in the previous year: the Herbert Gottweis Prize for Best Article, and a prize for the best article written by an early career scholar.
The judges for the 2019 best article prize were Leonardo Avritzer, Selen Ercan, and Michael Orsini.
Herbert Gottweis Best Paper Prize: Matthieu Ansaloni, Antoine Pariente & Andy Smith, “Power shifts in the regulation of medicines: an inter-field analysis of a French agency”, Critical Policy Studies, 12:3, 314-334.
Early Career Researcher Prize: Eva Krick, “The epistemic quality of expertise: contextualized criteria for the multi-source, negotiated policy advice of stakeholder fora”, Critical Policy Studies 12:2, 209-226.
The winning articles can be read below.
|2019||Matthieu Ansaloni, Antoine Pariente & Andy Smith||Power shifts in the regulation of medicines: an inter-field analysis of a French agency||12||3|
|2018||Natalie Papanastasiou||How does scale mean? A critical approach to scale in the study of policy||11||1|
|2017||Ben Williamson||Political computational thinking: policy networks, digital governance and ‘learning to code’||10||1|
|2016||Joscha Wullweber||Global politics and empty signifiers: the political construction of high technology||9||1|
|2019||Eva Krick||The epistemic quality of expertise: contextualized criteria for the multi-source, negotiated policy advice of stakeholder fora||12||2|
|2018||Riane Dekker||Frame ambiguity in policy controversies: critical frame analysis of migrant integration policies in Antwerp and Rotterdam||11||2|
|2017||Erik Aarden||Constitutions of justice in genetic medicine: distributing diagnostics for familial hypercholesterolemia in three European countries||10||2|
|2016||Nicolás Barbieri||A narrative-interactionist approach to policy change analysis. Lessons from a case study of the cultural policy domain in Catalonia||9||4|