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Diachronic Policy Framework.

Diachronic Policy Framework.

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This paper is an inductive, qualitative case study concerning the development of new policy learning theory derived from Russian power sector liberalisation policy reform that was conceived and implemented from the year 2001 to 2007. The research extends the policy learning theory work of James and Jorgensen and others by more holistically explaini...

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... diachronic policy theoretical framework is composed of the meta-moments of noumenon, phenomenon, substratum and superstratum. As illustrated in Figure 2., the constituent, categorical moments are the stratal elements of the meta-moments. ...

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