van der Heijden, Jeroen; Kuhlmann, Johanna
Since the early 2000s, theorizing on incremental institutional change has made inroads in comparativehistorical analysis. In particular, the ideas, concepts, and theory introduced by Kathleen Thelen and hercollaborators have been widely adopted by scholars. These scholars are not, however, univocally positiveabout the theory. Three main critiques have been plaguing the theory since its early days: the concepts itbuilds on lack clarity, the model of agency it uses is too static, and the theory...[Show more]
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