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Admin02.08.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

It argued that rather than looking at what philosophers of science say about science, which often idealizes the lawlike approach of , we should look at what they do, which is to use the four primary methodological approaches in the social sciences to explain science —lawlike, sociological, historical, and interpretive.
Admin27.07.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

Schmidt sought to fill this gap with what she has called discursive institutionalism, which she developed in stand-alone articles, most notably in two highly cited articles in the and the , as well as in her work on and.
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Admin16.07.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

She was the founding Director of the Center for the Study of Europe at the at.
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Admin23.07.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

Annual Review of Political Science.
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Admin09.08.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

As such, it calls attention to the significance of approaches that theorize about ideas and discourse in their many different forms, types, and levels as well as in the interactive processes of policy coordination and political communication by which ideas and discourse are generated, articulated, and contested by sentient thinking, speaking, and acting agents.
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Admin28.07.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.
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Admin15.07.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

Selected publications [ ] Books• Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000•.
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Admin02.09.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

This insight served her well when the methodological wars began in political science in the 1990s, and comparative political scientists were enjoined no longer to do what they had long done, which was to intertwine interests, institutions, culture, and ideas and discourse into problem-oriented research on politics and policy.
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Admin25.08.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

, when neo-liberal economists shut out neo-Keynesian alternatives.
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Admin02.08.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

Scharpf, Oxford 2000 on the impact of international economic pressures on national social policy in twelve advanced industrialized countries.
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Admin29.08.2021

Vivien A. Schmidt

Thatcher—Cambridge 2013 , which offers five lines of analysis to explain the resilience of neo-liberal ideas: their ideational adaptability, their rhetoric without the reality of implementation, their dominance in debates, their strategic use by interests, and their embedding in institutions.
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