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Publikationen von Prof. Dr. Jale Tosun

Monografien
Herausgeberschaften
Artikel in Fachzeitschriften (mit double-blind Review-Verfahren)
Buchkapitel
Kommentare
Buchbesprechungen
Artikel in Fachzeitschriften (ohne Double-blind Review)

 

Monografien

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2020). Public Policy – A New Introduction, 2nd Edition. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2015). Einführung in die Policy-Analyse. Opladen: Barbara Budrich/UTB.

  • ​Tosun, Jale (2013). Environmental Policy Change in Emerging Market Democracies – Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America Compared. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

  • Tosun, Jale (2013). Risk Regulation in Europe: Assessing the Application of the Precautionary Principle. New York: Springer.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2012). Public Policy – A New Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2010). Politikgestaltung in der Europäischen Union – Die Entstehung und Umsetzung der Dienstleistungsrichtlinie. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

  • Tosun, Jale (2008). Environmental Policy in Chile and Mexico – Explaining the Effect of Economic Integration on Regulatory Standards. Saarbrücken: VDM.

Herausgeberschaften

  • Howlett, Michael and Jale Tosun (eds) (2021). Routledge Handbook on Policy Styles. London: Routledge.
     
  • Pauknerová, Daniela, Bernhard Kittel and Jale Tosun (eds) (2021). Family Matters? Intergenerational Transmission of Economic Self-Sufficiency. London: Palgrave Macmillan.  
     
  • Tosun, Jale and B. Guy Peters (eds) (2021). The politics of climate change: Domestic and international responses to a global challenge. International Political Science Review.
     
  • Tosun, Jale, Peter Feindt and Sandra Schwindenhammer (2020). Issue politicization and policy change: Lesson drawing from the case of agriculture-food policy process. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice.
  • Howlett, Micheal und Jale Tosun J. (Hrsg.) (2019). Policy Styles and Policy-Making: Exploring the Linkages, London/New York: Routledge.
     
  • Tosun, Jale, Felix Hörisch und Paolo Marques (Hrsg.) (2019). Youth employment in Europe: Coordination as a crucial dimension. International Journal of Social Welfare, 28(4), 347-467.
     
  • Kraaykamp, Gerbert, Zeynep Cemalcilar und Jale Tosun (Hrsg.) (2019). Attitudes about Work: How They are Formed and Why They Matter. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 682(1), 8-245.
  • ​Maor, Moshe, Jale Tosun und Andrew Jordan (Hrsg.) (2017). Proportionate and disproportionate policy responses to climate change: core concepts and empirical applications. Special Section: Governing climate change. The (dis-)proportionality of policy responses. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 19 (6), 599-611.

  • ​Croissant, Aurel und Jale Tosun (Hrsg.) (2016). The Global Diffusion of Policy Innovations: Democracies and Autocracies Compared. Global Policy, 7(4), 531-533.

  • Tosun, Jale, Sebastian Koos und Jennifer Shore (Hrsg.) (2016). Cooperative or Competitive? How Public and Private Actors Co-govern Common Goods. Policy & Society 35 (1), 1-114.

  • Tosun, Jale, Anne Wetzel und Galina Zapryanova (Hrsg.) (2014). Coping with Crisis: Europe’s Challenges and Strategies. Journal of European Integration 36 (3), 195-337. 

  • Tosun, Jale, Sophie Biesenbender und Kai Schulze (Hrsg.) (2014). Energy Policy Making in the EU: Building the Agenda. London: Springer.

  • Tosun, Jale und Israel Solorio (Hrsg.) (2011). Special Mini-Issue 1, Vol. 15 (2011). Energy and Environment in Europe: Assessing a Complex Relationship. European Integration online Papers 15 (Special Mini-Issue 1), http://eiop.or.at/eiop/index.php/eiop/issue/view/27.

Artikel in Fachzeitschriften mit double-blind Review-Verfahren

  • Cherp, A., Vinichenko, V., Tosun, J., Gordon, J. & Jewell, J. National growth dynamics of wind and solar power compared to the growth required for global climate targets. Nature Energy 6, 742–754 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41560-021-00863-0.

  • Debus, M., Tosun, J. (2021). Political ideology and vaccination willingness: implications for policy design. Policy Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11077-021-09428-0.
     
  • Marc Debus & Jale Tosun (2021): The manifestation of the green agenda: a comparative analysis of parliamentary debates, Environmental PoliticsDOI:10.1080/09644016.2020.1864130.

  • Tosun, Jale und Marc Debus (2020). Right-wing populist parties and environmental politics: insights from the Austrian Freedom Party’s support for the glyphosate ban. Environmental Politics. DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2020.1813997.

  • Tosun, Jale and Rinscheid, Adrian (2020). The Clean Energy Ministerial: Motivation for and policy consequences of membership. International Political Science Review, DOI: 10.1177/0192512120942303.
  • Peter H. Feindt , Sandra Schwindenhammer & Jale Tosun (2020). Politicization, Depoliticization and Policy Change: A Comparative Theoretical Perspective on Agrifood Policy, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice. DOI: 10.1080/13876988.2020.1785875.

  • Tosun, Jale and Varone, Frédéric (2020). Politicizing the use of glyphosate in Europe: Comparing policy issue linkage across advocacy organizations and countries // Politicizing the Use of Glyphosate in Europe: Comparing Policy Issue Linkage across Advocacy Organizations and Countries. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, DOI: 10.1080/13876988.2020.1762076, pp. 1–18.
     
  • Tosun, Jale und Rita Triebskorn (2020). Civil Society and the Governance of Water Services: German Political Parties’ Reactions to Right2Water. Water 12(3), 1-16.
     
  • Eriksson, Dennis, René Custers, Karin Edvadsson Björnberg, Sven Ove Hansson, Kai Purnhagen, Matin Qaim, Jörg Romeis, Joachim Schiemann, Stephan Schleissing, Jale Tosun und Richard G.F. Visser (2020). Options to reform the European Union legislation on GMOs: scope and definitions. Trends in Biotechnology 38(3), 231-234.
  • Tosun, J., S. Schaub und A. Fleig (2020). What determines regulatory preferences? Insights from micropollutants in surface waters, Environmental Science & Policy (106), 136-144. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2020.02.001.
     
  • Jale Tosun & Mile Mišić (2020). Conferring authority in the European Union: citizens’ policy priorities for the European Energy Union. Journal of European Integration, 42: 1, 19-38.
     
  • Holzinger, Katharina und Jale Tosun (2019). Why differentiated integration is such a common practice in Europe: A rational explanation. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 1-18, DOI: 10.1177/0951629819875522.
     
  • Tosun, Jale, Fabrizio De Francesco und B. Guy Peters (2019). From environmental policy concepts to practicable tools: Knowledge creation and delegation in multilevel systems. Public Administration 97(2), 399-412.
     
  • Tosun, J., & Leopold, L. (2019). Aligning Climate Governance with Urban Water Management: Insights from Transnational City Networks. Water, 11(4), Artikel 701.
     
  • Simon Schaub und Jale Tosun (2019). Spurenstoffeinträge in Gewässer: Der Einfluss von Vertrauen in Akteure auf die Problemwahrnehmung. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht 42(2), 185-213.
     
  • Jale Tosun und Felix Hörisch und Paulo Marques (2019).Youth Employment in Europe: Coordination as a Crucial Dimension. International Journal of Social Welfare 28 (4), 350-357.
     
  • Jale Tosun, Laura Zöckler und Benedikt Rilling (2019). What Drives the Participation of Renewable Energy Cooperatives in European Energy Governance? Politics and Governance 7(1), 45–59.
     
  • Kraaykamp, Gerbert, Zeynep Cemalcilar und Jale Tosun (2019). Transmission of work attitudes and values. Comparisons, consequences and implications. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 682(1), 8–24.
     
  • Cemalcilar, Zeynep, Carsten Jensen und Jale Tosun  (2019). Gendered intergenerational transmission of work values? A country comparison. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 682(1), 125–138.
     
  • Tosun, Jale , Gerbert  Kraaykamp und Zeynep Cemalcilar (2019). The Value Added of Studying Work Attitudes and Values: Some Lessons to Learn. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 682(1), 234-245.
     
  • Shore, Jennifer and Jale Tosun (2019). Personally Affected, Politically Disaffected? How Experiences with Public Employment Services Impact Young People’s Political Efficacy. Social Policy and Administration, DOI: 10.1111/spol.12496.
     
  • Corinne Le Quéré, Jan Ivar Korsbakken, Charlie Wilson, Jale Tosun, Robbie Andrew, Robert J. Andres, Josep G. Canadell, Andrew Jordan, Glen P. Peters, and Detlef van Vuuren (2019). Drivers of declining CO2 emissions in industrial countries. Nature Climate Change 9 (3), 213-2017.
     
  • Tosun, Jale, Treib, Oliver und Fabrizio De Francesco (2019). The impact of the European Youth Guarantee on active labour market policies: A convergence analysis. International Journal of Social Welfare 28(4), 358-368.
     
  • Tosun, J., Lelieveldt, H., & Wing, T. S. (2019). A Case of ‘Muddling Through’? The Politics of Renewing Glyphosate Authorization in the European Union. Sustainability, 11(2), 440.

 

  • Tosun, Jale und B. Guy Peters 2018: Intergovernmental organizations’ normative commitments to policy integration: The dominance of environmental goals, in: Environmental Science and Policy 82, 90-99.

  • Tosun, J., & Peters, B. G. 2018: Dataset of statements on policy integration of selected intergovernmental organizations, in: Data in Brief 17, 1391-1404.

  • Tosun, Jale und B. Guy Peters 2018: Intergovernmental organizations’ normative commitments to policy integration: The dominance of environmental goals, in: Environmental Science and Policy 82, 90-99.

  • Tosun, J., & Peters, B. G. 2018: Dataset of statements on policy integration of selected intergovernmental organizations, in: Data in Brief 17, 1391-1404. 

  • Rahman, Md Saifur/Tosun, Jale 2018: State Bureaucracy and the Management of Climate Change Adaptation in Bangladesh, in: Review of Policy Research, 35(6), 835-858.

  • Gautier, Lara/Tosun, Jale/ De Allegri, Manuela/ Ridde, Valéry 2018: How do diffusion entrepreneurs spread policies? Insights from performance-based financing in Sub-Saharan Africa, in: World Development 110(1), 160-175. 

  • Tosun, Jale 2018: Investigating Ministry Names for Comparative Policy Analysis: Lessons from Energy Governance, in: Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 20(3), 324-335.

  • Biesbroek, R., Peters, B. G., & Tosun, J. (2018). Public bureaucracy and climate change adaptation. Review of Policy Research, 35(6), 776-791.

  • Austin, S. E., Ford, J. D., Berrang-Ford, L., Biesbroek, R., Tosun, J., & Ross, N. A. (2018). Intergovernmental relations for public health adaptation to climate change in the federalist states of Canada and Germany. Global environmental Change, 52, 226-237.

  • Tosun, J., & Hartung, U. (2018). Decentralising competences in multi-level systems: insights from the regulation of genetically modified organisms. West European Politics, 41(3), 803-823.

  • Rapp, C., Shore, J., & Tosun, J. (2018). Not so risky business? How social policies shape the perceived feasibility of self-employment. Journal of European Social Policy, 28(2), 143-160.

  • Mühlböck, M., & Tosun, J. (2018). Responsiveness to different national interests: Voting behaviour on genetically modified organisms in the council of the European Union. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 56(2), 385-402.

  • Tobin, P., Schmidt, N. M., Tosun, J., & Burns, C. (2018). Mapping states’ Paris climate pledges: Analysing targets and groups at COP 21. Global Environmental Change, 48, 11-21.

  • Tosun, J. (2018). The behaviour of suppliers and consumers in mandated markets: the introduction of the ethanol–petrol blend E10 in Germany. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 20(1), 1-15.

  • Tobin, Paul, Nicole Schmidt, Jale Tosun und Charlotte Burns (2017). Mapping states' Paris climate pledges: Analyzing targets and groups at COP 21. Global Environmental Change, DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2017.11.002.

  • Tosun, Jale (2017). On the sustained importance of attitudes toward technological risks and benefits in policy studies. Policy Sciences, DOI: 10.1007/s11077-017-9298-9.

  • Tosun, Jale (2017). Party support for post-exceptionalism in agri-food politics and policy: Germany and the United Kingdom compared. Journal of European Public Policy, DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2017.1334083.

  • Tosun, Jale (2017). The behavior of suppliers and consumers in mandated markets: The introduction of the ethonal-petrol blend E10 in Germany. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2017.1299624.

  • Tosun, Jale (2017). Promoting youth employment through multi-organizational governance. Public Money & Management 37(1), 39-46.

  • Tosun, Jale und Julia Leininger (2017). Governing the Interlinkages between the Sustainable Development Goals: Approaches to Attain Policy Integration. Global Challenges 1(9), 1-12.

  • ​Shore, Jennifer und Jale Tosun (2017). Assesing youth labour market services: Young people's perceptions and evaluations of service delivery in Germany. Public Policy and Administration, DOI: 10.1177/0952076717722192.

  • Tosun, Jale und Achim Lang (2017). Policy Integration. Mapping the different concepts. Journal of Policy Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01442872.2017.1339239.

  • Peters, B. Guy, Andrew Jordan und Jale Tosun (2017). Over-reaction and under-reaction in climate policy: an institutional analysis. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2017.1348225.

  • Maor, Moshe, Jale Tosun und Andrew Jordan (2017). Proportionate and disproportionate policy responses to climate change: Core concepts and empirical applications. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2017.1281730.

  • Tosun, Jale und Simon Schaub (2017). Mobilization in the European public sphere: The struggle over GMOs. Review of Policy Research, DOI: 10.1111/ropr.12235.

  • Mühlböck, Monika und Jale Tosun (2017). Responsiveness to different national interests: Voting behavior on genetically modified organisms in the Council of the European Union.Journal of Common Market Studies, DOI: 10.1111/jcms.12609.

  • Rapp, Carolin, Jennifer Shore und Jale Tosun (2017). Not so risky business? How social policies shape the perceived feasibility of self-employment. Journal of European Social Policy, DOI: 10.1177/0958928717711973.

  • Fleig, Andreas und Jale Tosun (2017). Political parties’ rhetoric signaling of sustainable development. Sustainable Development, DOI: 10.1002/sd.1672.

  • Fleig, Andreas, Nicole Schmidt und Jale Tosun (2017). Legislative Dynamics of Mitigation and Adaptation Framework Policies in the EU. European Policy Analysis, 3(1), 101–124.

  • Tosun, Jale, Marge Unt und Eskil Wadensjö (2017).Youth-oriented active labour market policies: Explaining policy effort in the Nordic and the Baltic states. Social Policy & Administration 51(4), 598–616.

  • Debus, Marc, Jale Tosun und Marcel Maxeiner (2017). Support for Policies on Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment among Parties and Coalition Governments. Politics & Policy 45(3), 338–371.

  • Tosun, Jale und Jonas Schoenefeld (2017). Collective climate action and networked climate governance. WIREs Climate Change, 8(1), 1-17. 

  • Tosun, Jale und Maurício de Moraes Marcondes (2016). Import restrictions and food safety regulations: Insights from Brazil. Latin American Policy 7(2), 377-398.

  • Croissant, Aurel und Jale Tosun (2016). Introduction: Bringing Regime Types into Diffusion Studies. Global Policy 7(4), 531–533.

  • Tosun, Jale und Aurel Croissant (2016). Policy Diffusion: A Regime-sensitive Conceptual Framework. Global Policy 7(4), 534–540.

  • Tosun, Jale, Sebastian Koos und Jennifer Shore (2016). Co-governing common goods: Interaction patterns of private and public actors. Policy & Society 35(1), 1-12.

  • Bahnsen, Oke, Eric Linhart und Jale Tosun (2016). Wer mit wem in der Energiepolitik? Eine Analyse des öffentlichen Diskurses über die Novelle des Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetzes 2014. Der moderne Staat 9(1), 109-134.

  • Tosun, Jale und Susumu Shikano (2016). GMO-free Regions in Europe: An Analysis of Diffusion Patterns. Journal of Risk Research 19(6), 743-759. 

  • Tosun, Jale und Kai Schulze (2015). Compliance with EU Biofuel Targets in South-Eastern and Eastern Europe: Do Interest Groups Matter? Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Special Issue, 33 (5), 950-968.

  • Jordan, Andrew J., Dave Huitema, Mikael Hildén, Harro van Asselt, Tim J. Rayner, Jonas Schoenefeld, Jale Tosun, Johanna Forster and Elin L. Boasson (2015). Perspectives article – Emergence of polycentric climate governance and its future prospect. Nature Climate Change 5, 977–982.

  • Schulze, Kai und Jale Tosun (2015). Competing Regulatory Poles and International Environmental Politics: The Case of Biosafety. Public Administration 94 (1), 57–72.

  • Bäck, Hanna, Marc Debus and Jale Tosun (2015). Partisanship, Ministers and Biotechnology Policy. Review of Policy Research 32(5), 556-575. 

  • Marcinkiewicz, Kamil und Jale Tosun (2015). Contesting Climate Change: Mapping the Political Debate in Poland. East European Politics 31(2), 187-207. 

  • Tosun, Jale, Andreas Fleig und Marc Debus (2015). Bürger, Parteien und die Energiewende: Eine Analyse am Beispiel des hessischen Energiegipfels. Der moderne Staat 8(1), 153-171. 

  • Tosun, Jale (2014). Agricultural Biotechnology in Central and Eastern Europe: Determinants of Cultivation Bans. Sociologia Ruralis 54(3), 362-381.

  • Tosun, Jale (2014). Absorption of Regional Funds: A Comparative Analysis. Journal of Common Market Studies 52(2), 371-387.

  • Biesenbender, Sophie und Jale Tosun (2014). Domestic Politics and the Diffusion of International Policy Innovations: How Does Accommodation Happen? Global Environmental Change 29(1), 424-433.

  • Debus, Marc, Mary Stegmaier und Jale Tosun (2014). Economic Voting under Coalition Governments: Evidence from Germany. Political Science Research and Methods 2(1), 49-67.

  • Jensen, Carsten, Christoph Knill, Kai Schulze und Jale Tosun (2014). Giving less by doing more: Solving the paradox of retrenchment. Journal of European Public Policy 21(4), 528-548.

  • Stegmaier, Mary, Jale Tosun und Klara Vlachova (2014). Women’s Parliamentary Representation in the Czech Republic: Does Preference Voting Matter? East European Politics and Societies 28(1), 187-204.

  • Tosun, Jale, Anne Wetzel und Galina Zapryanova (2014). The EU in Crisis: Advancing the Debate. Journal of European Integration 36(3), 195-211.

  • Tosun, Jale (2013). How the EU Handles Uncertain Risks: Understanding the Role of the Precautionary Principle. Journal of European Public Policy 20(10), 1517-1528.

  • Debus, Marc, Christoph Knill und Jale Tosun (2013). Registration Fees for Same-Sex Unions, Local Party Politics and Societal Demand. Local Government Studies 39(6), 756-776.

  • Debus, Marc, Christoph Knill und Jale Tosun (2013). Verwaltungsgebühren als Instrument symbolischer Steuerung: Kirchenaustrittsgebühren in baden-württembergischen Kommunen. Der Moderne Staat (Schwerpunktheft: Der Gebührenstaat), 6(1), 193-211.

  • Dietrich, Alexander und Jale Tosun (2013). Forstzertifizierung in Europa: Eine Analyse der Beitrittsmotive von Staaten. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht 36(3), 292-316.

  • Grohs, Stephan, Christoph Knill und Jale Tosun (2013). Der Gebührenstaat. Theoretische Überlegungen und empirische Befunde. Der Moderne Staat (Schwerpunktheft: Der Gebührenstaat) 6(1), 131-152.

  • Schulze, Kai und Jale Tosun (2013). External dimensions of European environmental policy: An analysis of environmental treaty ratification by third states. European Journal of Political Research 52(2), 581–607.

  • Tosun, Jale (2012). Forest Certification in Europe: Exploring the Determinants of Cross-Country Variation. Marmara Journal of European Studies 22(1), 177-197.

  • Tosun, Jale (2012). Emergency oil stocks in Southeastern and Eastern Europe: What explains variation in convergence towards the EU model? Energy Policy 46(1), 417-426.

  • Tosun, Jale (2012). Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement in Europe: A Review of Empirical Research. Environmental Policy and Governance 22(6), 437-448.

  • Debus, Marc, Christoph Knill und Jale Tosun (2012). Drum zahle, wer sich ewig bindet: Eine Analyse der Gebührenhöhe für eingetragene Lebenspartnerschaften in Baden-Württemberg. Politische Vierteljahresschrift 53(1), 1-28.

  • Knill, Christoph, Kai Schulze und Jale Tosun (2012). Regulatory Policy Outputs and Impacts: Exploring a Complex Relationship. Regulation & Governance 6(4), 427–444.                                                                                                                               

  • Tosun, Jale (2011). When the Grace Period is Over: Assessing the New Member States’ Compliance with EU Requirements for Oil Stockholding. Energy Policy 39(11), 7156-7164.

  • Tosun, Jale (2011). Political Parties and Marine Pollution Policy: Exploring the Case of Germany. Marine Policy 35(4), 536-541.

  • Tosun, Jale und Israel Solorio (2011). Exploring the Energy-Environment Relationship in the EU: Perspectives and Challenges for Theorizing and Empirical Analysis. European Integration online Papers 15 (Special Mini-Issue 1), Artikel 7, http://eiop.or.at/eiop/texte/2011-007a.htm.

  • Knill, Christoph, Kai Schulze und Jale Tosun (2010). Politikwandel und seine Messung in der vergleichenden Staatstätigkeitsforschung: Konzeptionelle Probleme und mögliche Alternativen. Politische Vierteljahresschrift 51(3), 409-432.

  • Tosun, Jale und Christoph Knill (2009). When Economy Strengthens Sustainability: How Does Economic Integration Stimulate the Development of Progressive Environmental Regulations? Sustainability 1(4), 1305-1322.

  • Bechtel, Michael und Jale Tosun (2009). Changing Economic Openness for Environmental Policy Convergence: When Can Bilateral Trade Agreements Induce Convergence of Environment Regulation. International Studies Quarterly 53(4), 931-953.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2009). Harmonization, Competition, or Communication: How Does the EU Shape Environmental Policy Adoptions Within and Beyond Its Borders? Journal of European Public Policy Special Issue 16(6), 873-894.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2009). Post-accession Transposition of EU Law in the New Member States: a Cross-Country Comparison. European Integration online Papers Special Issue 2(13), Article 18, http://eiop.or.at/eiop/texte/2009-018a.htm.

  • Knill, Christoph, Jale Tosun und Michael W. Bauer (2009). Neglected Faces of Europeanization: The Differential Impact of the EU on the Dismantling and Expansion of Domestic Policies. Public Administration 87(3), 519-537.

  • Knill, Christoph, Jale Tosun und Stephan Heichel (2008). Balancing Competitiveness and Conditionality: Environmental Policy-making in Low-regulating Countries. Journal of European Public Policy 15(7), 1019-1040.

  • Tosun, Jale und Marc Debus (2008). Parteien, Regierungen und Europäische Integration: Welche Faktoren bestimmen die europapolitischen Positionen nationaler politischer Akteure? Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 37(3), 313-335.

Buchkapitel

  • Tosun, J.; Weiss, J.; Meyer-Hamme, A. und Katzlinger, M. Adaptability of the German Vocational Model to Mediterranean Countries (2021), in: Jagannathan, R. The Growing Challenge of Youth Unemployment in Europe and America: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Bristol: Bristol University Press.

     
  • Jale Tosun (2019). Euro Crisis, in: George Ritzer, J. Michael Ryan, Betsy Thorn (Hrsg.): The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Hoboken: Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/9781405165518.wbeos1295.
     
  • Peter Starke und Jale Tosun (2019). Globalisierung und Diffusion, in: Herbert Obinger und Manfred G. Schmidt (Hrsg.): Handbuch Sozialpolitik. Heidelberg: Springer, 181-201.
     
  • Tosun, Jale, Mile Mišić und Nicole Schmidt (2019). The Public’s Perception of International Climate Leadership: Insights from the European Union, in: Beth Edmondson und Stuart Levy (Hrsg.): Transformative Climates and Accountable Governance. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 119-147.
     
  • Jale Tosun und Felix Hörisch (2019). Steering the behaviour of young people: The EU’s policy approach to promote employment, in: Strassheim, Holger und Silke Beck (Hrsg.): Research Handbook on Behavioural Change and Public Policy. Edgar Elgar. 257-271.
     
  • Zohlnhöfer, Reimut und Jale Tosun  (2019). Policy Styles in Germany: Still Searching for the Rationalist Consensus?, in: Michael Howlett und Jale Tosun, Jale (Hrsg.): Policy Styles and Policy-Making. Exploring the Linkages, London: Routledge, 45-69.
  • Tosun, J./Treib, O. 2018: Linking policy design and implementation styles, in: M. Howlett and I. Mukherjee (2018), The Routledge handbook of policy design. London: Routledge, 316-330. 

  • Tosun, Jale und Samuel Workman (2018). Struggle and Triumph in Fusing Policy Process and Comparative Research. In Christopher Weible und Paul Sabatier (Hrsg.), Theories of the Policy Process. Boulder: Westview Press, 329-362.

  • Tosun, Jale 2018. Diffusion: An Outcome of and an Opportunity for Polycentric Activity?, in: Andrew Jordan, Dave Huitema, Harro van Asselt and Johanna Forster (Hrsg.), Governing Climate Change: Polycentricity in Action. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 152-168.

  • Tosun, Jale (2018). Diffusion and upscaling in polycentric climate governance. In: Andrew Jordan, Dave Huitema, Harro van Asselt and Johanna Forster (Hrsg.), Governing Climate Change: Polycentricity in Action. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • Tosun, Jale (2017). Environmental Policy. In: Laurie Buonanno and Nikolaos Zahariadis (Hrsg.), Handbook of European Public Policy, London: Routledge, 265-274.

  • ​Tosun, Jale (2017). Energy Policy. In: William Thompson (Hrsg.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.174

  • Tosun, Jale und Samuel Workman (2017). Struggle and Triumph in Fusing Policy Process and Comparative Research. In Christopher Weible und Paul Sabatier (Hrsg.), Theories of the Policy Process. Boulder: Westview Press, 329-362.

  • Tosun, Jale, Carsten Jensen, Stefan Speckesser und Jacqueline O’Reilly (2017). The Absorption of Structural and Investment Funds and Youth Unemployment: An Empirical Test. In: Peter Berkowitz, John Bachtler, Tatjana Muravska und Sally Hardy (Hrsg.), EU Cohesion Policy: Reassessing performance and direction. London: Routledge, 151-168.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2017). Policy Making. In: Daniele Caramani (Hrsg.), Comparative Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 349-362 (4. Auflage).

  • Tosun, Jale und Ulrich Hartung (2017). Wie „grün“ wurde die Agrar- und Verbraucherpolitik unter Grün-Rot?“. In: Felix Hörisch und Stefan Wurster (Hrsg.). Das grün-rote Experiment in Baden-Württemberg. Wiesbaden: Springer, 223-250.

  • Tosun, Jale und Achim Lang (2016). The Politics of Hydraulic Fracturing in Germany: Party Competition at Different Levels of Government. In: Christoph Weible, Karin Ingold, Manuel Fischer und Tanya Heikkila (Hrsg.). Mapping the Political Landscapes of Hydraulic Fracturing. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 177-200. 

  • Tosun, Jale (2015). Umweltpolitik. In: Georg Wenzelburger und Reimut Zohlnhöfer (Hrsg.), Handbuch Policy-Forschung. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 641-662. 

  • Tosun, Jale (2015). Regulating Hydraulic Fracturing: The Effects of Issue Redefinition. In: Jale Tosun, Sophie Biesenbender und Kai Schulze (Hrsg.), Energy Policy Making in the EU: Building the Agenda. London: Springer, 225-244. 

  • Tosun, Jale, Sophie Biesenbender und Kai Schulze (2015). Building the EU’s Agenda in Energy Policy Making: An Introduction. In: Jale Tosun, Sophie Biesenbender und Kai Schulze (Hrsg.), Energy Policy Making in the EU: Building the Agenda. London: Springer, 1-17

  • Tosun, Jale, Sophie Biesenbender und Kai Schulze (2015). Building the EU’s Agenda in Energy Policy Making: Conclusions. In: Jale Tosun, Sophie Biesenbender und Kai Schulze (Hrsg.), Energy Policy Making in the EU: Building the Agenda. London: Springer, 247-263.

  • Tosun, Jale (2014). Solidarität in der Umweltpolitik. In: Michèle Knodt und Anne Tews (Hrsg.), Solidarität in der Europäischen Union. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 193-218.

  • Knill, Christoph, Susumu Shikano und Jale Tosun (2014). Explaining Environmental Policy Adoptions: A Comparative Analysis of Policy Developments in 24 OECD Countries. In: Andreas Duit (Hrsg.), Mapping the Politics of Ecology: The Comparative Study of Environmental Governance. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 54-79.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2013). Policy Making. In: Daniele Caramani (Hrsg.), Comparative Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 335-348 (3. Auflage).

  • Heichel, Stephan, Jessica Pape und Jale Tosun (2013). Regulation of Industrial Discharges into Surface Water. In: Helge Jörgens, Andrea Lenschow und Duncan Liefferink (Hrsg.), Understanding Environmental Policy Convergence: The Power of Words, Rules and Money. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 64-103.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2013). Europeanization of National Administrations in the Czech Republic and Poland: Assessing the Extent of Institutional Change. In: Gili S. Drori, Markus Höllerer und Peter Walgenbach (Hrsg.), Organizations and International Management: Global Themes and Local Variations. New York: Routledge, 264-277.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2012). Governance Institutions and Policy Implementation in the European Union. In: Jeremy Richardson (Hrsg.), Constructing a Policy-making State?: Policy Dynamics in the EU. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 309-333.

  • Jordan, Andrew und Jale Tosun (2012). Policy Implementation. In: Andrew Jordan und Camilla Adelle (Hrsg.), Environmental Policy in the European Union: Actors, Institutions and Politics. London: Earthscan, 247-266.

  • Dobbins, Michael und Jale Tosun (2012). A differential approach to energy policy? Explaining the prevalence of market-based energy policy instruments in central and eastern Europe. In: Francesc Morata und Israel Solorio Sandoval (Hrsg.), European Energy Policy – An Environmental Approach. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 115-131.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2011). Policy Making. In: Daniele Caramani (Hrsg.), Comparative Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 373-388 (2. Auflage).

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2011). Environmental Policy. In: Hubert Heinelt und Michèle Knodt (Hrsg.), Policies within the EU Multi-Level System. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 171-188.

  • Tosun, Jale und Christoph Knill (2010). The Differential Impact of Economic Integration on Environmental Policy. In: Miroslav Jovanovic (Hrsg.), International Handbook on the Economics of Integration Volume III. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 240-256.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2008). Umweltpolitik. In: Hubert Heinelt und Michèle Knodt (Hrsg.), Politikfelder im EU-Mehrebenensystem. Instrumente und Strategien europäischen Regierens. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 157-172.

  • Knill, Christoph, Jale Tosun und Michael W. Bauer (2008). European Policies and their Effects on National Policy Dismantling: The Impact of Different Implementation Modes. In: Ulf Sverdrup und Jarle Trondal (Hrsg.), The Organisational Dimension of Politics – Essays in Honour of Morten Egeberg. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 284-303.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2008). Emerging Patterns of Multi-Level Governance in EU Environmental Policy. In: Thomas Conzelmann und Randall Smith (Hrsg.), Multi-level Governance in the European Union: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 145-162.

  • Knill, Christoph und Jale Tosun (2008). Policy Making. In: Daniele Caramani (Hrsg.), Comparative Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 495-519 (1. Auflage).

Kommentare

  • Tosun, Jale (2017). Polycentrism in Global Health Governance Scholarship: Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face”, International Journal of Health Policy and Management 6(x), 1-3.

Buchbesprechungen

  • Tosun, Jale (2017). Andrei V. Belyi and Kim Talus (eds), States and Markets in Hydrocarbon Sectors, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2015, 294 pp., ISBN 9781137434067. Journal of World Energy Law and Business, DOI: 10.1093/jwelb/jwx016.

  • Tosun, Jale (2016). Pursuing Horizontal Management: The Politics of Public Sector Coordination. B. Guy Peters. Governance, 29(4), 583–584.

  • Tosun, Jale (2012). Complexity, Institutions and Public Policy: Agile Decision-Making in a Turbulent World by Graham Room. Critical Policy Studies 6(4), 482-485.

  • Tosun, Jale (2011). Bochsler, Daniel: Territory and Electoral Rules in Post-Communist Democracies. Politische Vierteljahresschrift 52(3), 522-524.

  • Tosun, Jale (2011). Politikfelder der Europäischen Union: Ideale Lektüre für Einsteiger. Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen 42(1), 184-186.

  • Tosun, Jale (2007). All Politics is Global: Explaining International Regulatory Regimes by Daniel W. Drezner. Cambridge Review of International Affairs 20(4), 697-699.

  • Tosun, Jale (2007). Market Reform in Society Post-Crisis Politics and Economic Change in Authoritarian Peru by Moisés Arce. Political Studies Review 5(2), 301.

  • Tosun, Jale (2006). Environmental Policy in Europe: The Europeanization of National Environmental Policy by Andrew Jordan and Duncan Liefferink (Hrsg.). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 49(1), 162-163.

Artikel in Zeitschriften ohne double-blind Review-Verfahren und veröffentlichte Arbeitspapiere

  • Harnisch, Sebastian und Jale Tosun (2016). Die Klimavereinbarung von Paris: eine erste politikwissenschaftliche Analyse. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik & Umweltrecht 2 (Sonderheft), 72-87

  • Tosun, Jale (2015). Jugendarbeitslosigkeit und Beschäftigungspolitik in der EU. Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 65 (4-5), 12-19.

  • Lang, Achim und Jale Tosun (2014). Policy Integration und verwandte Ansätze: Möglichkeiten der Theorieintegration. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 24(3), 353-371.

  • Knill, Christoph, Kai Schulze und Jale Tosun (2011). Measuring Environmental Policy Change: Conceptual Alternatives and Research Implications. IHS Reihe für Politikwissenschaft 125. Wien: Institut für Höhere Studien.

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