Citations

The following is a post from Rod Rhodes Professional News & Events. Posted on 14-06-08

50 Most-Frequently Cited Articles in Public Policy and Administration
As of 1 November 2008, my article entitled ‘From Marketization To Diplomacy: it’s the mix that matters’ in Public Policy and Administration 12 (2) 1997: 31-50 was ranked number 2. See:http://ppa.sagepub.com/reports/mfc1.dtl

Political Studies
My article on ‘The New Governance: Governing without Government’ Political Studies (44) 1996: 652-67 was included in the new Political Studies virtual issue because it was third most cited article between 2000 and 2007. It was also in the top 20 most cited articles over the past three years and top 20 most downloads over the past year.My article with Mark Bevir, ‘Prime Ministers, Presidentialism and Westminster Smokescreens’, Political Studies 54 (4):2006: 671-690 is also in the top 20 most cited articles of the past three years and the top 20 most downloads over

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