Publications

Journal articles

Moyson, S., Keulemans, S., Raaphorst, N., & Vermeeren, B. (in preparation). How do new recruits perceive citizens at the tax administration? Asymmetric relations between PSM, trustworthiness perceptions and intention to control.

 
Moyson, S., Scholten, P., & Weible, C. (in preparation). Policy learning and policy change: Theorizing their relations from different perspective.

 
Moyson, S. (submitted). Cognition and policy change: The consistency of policy learning in the advocacy coalition framework.

 
Moyson, S., Raaphorst, N., Groeneveld, S., & Van de Walle, S. (2017, Early view). Organizational socialization in public administration research: A systematic literature review and directions for future research. American Review of Public Administration.

 
Moyson, S. (2016, Early view). Policy learning over a decade or more and the role of interests therein: The European liberalization policy process of Belgian network industries. Public Policy & Administration.

 
Aubin, D., Moyson, S. (2011). La régulation du rail en Belgique. Analyse des régimes institutionnels depuis 1832 [The regulation of railways in Belgium. Analysis of institutional regimes]. Courrier Hebdomadaire du CRISP, n°2114-2115, 5-88.

 
Moyson, S. (2010). L’impact des réseaux d’acteurs sur le transfert des recommandations de l’enquête PISA en Communauté française et en Communauté flamande de Belgique [The impact of actor networks on the transfer of the recommandations of PISA survey in the French Community and the Dutch Community of Belgium]. Administration publique, 34 (4), 445-466.

 

 

Book chapters

Moyson, S., & Scholten, P. (submitted). What is policy learning? A theoretical framework. In N. Dotti (Ed.), Knowledge, policymaking and learning for European cities and regions. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

 
Hatmaker, D., Moyson, S., & Raaphorst, N. (2017, Early view). Organizational socialization. In A. Farazmand (Ed.), Global encyclopedia of public administration, public policy and governance. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

 
Moyson, S., Van de Walle, S. & Groeneveld, S. (2016). What do public officials think about citizens? The role of public officials’ trust and their perceptions of citizens’ trustworthiness in interactive governance. In J. Edelenbos & I. van Meerkerk, (eds.), Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

 
Chailleux, J., & Moyson, S. (2016). The French ban on hydraulic fracturing and the attempts to reverse it: Social mobilization, professional forums, and coalition strategies. In C. Weible, T. Heikkila, K. Ingold & M. Fischer (Eds.). Mapping political landscapes of hydraulic fracturing, Palgrave McMillan.

 
Witting, A., & Moyson, S. (2015). Post-recession UK road policy change: The role of individual and collective learning. In N. Schiffino, L. Taskin, J. Raone & C. Donis (submitted for publication). Organising after crisis: The challenge of learning. Brussels, Belgium: Peter Lang.

 
Moyson, S. (2012). Les changements de régime institutionnel dans les industries de réseau : La régulation du rail belge [The changing institutional regimes in network industries : The regulation of the Belgian railways]. In D. Aubin, F. Leloup & N. Schiffino (Eds.). La reconfiguration de l’action publique en Belgique [The reconfiguration of public action in Belgium] (pp. 37-52), Brussels, Belgium : Bruylant.

 

 

Reports

Moyson, S., & Aubin, D. (2009). Analyse du régime institutionnel du secteur ferroviaire en Belgique (1832-2009) [Analysis of the institutional regime of the railways in Belgium]. Final report of the historical analysis of railways for the DUREBEL project. Working paper of IUKB, nr 3. Sion, Switzerland: Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch. 114 p. + appendices.

 
Moyson, S., & Aubin, D. (2009). Learning in a Belgian Hospital: Conditions of biomedical innovation in the Sector of Health Sciences at the Université catholique de Louvain. Final report of the case study about the Health Sector of the Université catholique de Louvain for the MEDLEARN project. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium: Association Universitaire de Recherche sur l’Action Publique, Université catholique de Louvain. 54 p. + appendices.

 

 

Conference papers

Riche, C., Aubin, D., & Moyson, S. (2017, April). Learning in networks: A systematic review of public administration research. In S. Moyson & M. Sabbe (Chairs). Networked governance, network governance. Panel organized at the Seventh triennial Congress of the Belgian French-Speaking Association of Political Science, Mons, Belgium.

 

Sabbe, M., Moyson, S., & Schiffino, N. (2017, April). Street-level bureaucracy in prisons and probation services: A systematic literature review in public administration and criminology. In S. Moyson & M. Sabbe (Chairs). Autonomy, coordination, and efficacy in public administration. Panel organized at the Seventh triennial Congress of the Belgian French-Speaking Association of Political Science, Mons, Belgium.

 

Moyson, S. (2016, July). How do new recruits perceive citizens at the tax administration? Asymmetric relations between PSM, trsutworthiness perceptions and intention to control. In F. Six & E. van Zimmeren (Chairs). Trust & regulatory governance (II): Inter-organizational collaborations. Panel organized at the Sixth Biennal Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

 

Moyson, S. (2016, January). Knowledge on policy impacts: Do policy actors take it into account to revise policies? In A. Columbo (Chair). Policy learning – policy change. Panel organized at the Conference on Knowledge, policymaking and learning in European Metropolitan Areas: Experiences and approaches, Brussels, Belgium.

 

Moyson, S. & Scholten, P. (2016, January). Policy learning & policy change: Theorizing their relation from difference theoretical perspectives. In A. Columbo (Chair). Policy learning – policy change. Panel organized at the Conference on Knowledge, policymaking and learning in European Metropolitan Areas: Experiences and approaches, Brussels, Belgium.

 

Moyson, S. (2015, November). How do new recruits perceive citizens at the tax administration? Non-linear relations between PSM, trustworthiness perceptions and intention to distrust. In. S. Van de Walle, F. Six & G. Bouckaert (Chairs). Trust in public administration. Panel organized at NIG Conference, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

 

Aubin, D., Brans, M., Fobé, E., & Moyson, S. (2015, August). Comparing policy work in bureaucracies in Belgium and Canada: Is decision-making rational or incremental? In L. Smorgunov (Chair). Comparative public policy and administration. Panel organized at the ECPR Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada.

 

Aubin, D., Brans, M., Fobé, E., & Moyson, S. (2015, July). Incrementalism reconsidered: Policy work in the Belgian French-speaking regional ministries and agencies. In J. Craft & G. Peters (Chairs). Policy making at the center of government: Centering and decentering dynamics in comparative perspective. Panel organized at ICPP Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

 

Chailleux, S. & Moyson, S. (2015, July). The French ban on hydraulic fracturing and the attempts to reverse it: Social mobilization, professional forums, and coalition strategies. In T. Heikkila & C. Weible (Chairs). Policy and politics in hydraulic fracturing: Advancing theories of contentious policy issues. Panel organized at ICPP Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

 

Moyson, S. (2015, July). Policy change and policy learning: Is there any connection between real policies and policymakers’ beliefs? In S. Moyson, P. Scholten & C. Weible (Chairs). Policy learning and policy change: Theorizing their relation from different policy perspectives. Panel organized at ICPP Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.

 

Moyson, S., & Raaphorst, N., Groeneveld, S., & Van de Walle, S. (2015, March-April). Organizational socialization in public administration research: A systematic review and directions for future research. In D. Hatmaker, S. Moyson & Z. Oberfield (Chairs). Organizational socialization in public organizations: Learning the ropes in complex times. Panel organized at IRSPM Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

 

Moyson, S. (2015, March-April). Do policymakers learn from past policy evidence and experiences? The implementation of the European liberalization policy process in the Belgian rail and electricity sectors. In T. Bovaird, B. Head & J. Newman (Chairs). Expertise and evidence in public policy. Panel organized at IRSPM Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

 

Moyson, S., & Raaphorst, N. (2014, November). Organizational socialization in public administration research: A systematic review and directions for future research. Paper presented at NIG Annual Conference, Delft, The Netherlands.

 

Moyson, S. (2014, April). Modelling policy learning with weighted multilevel regression analysis. In Thurner, P. (Chair). Policy making: The political economy perspective. Panel organized at MPSA Annual Conference, Chicago, USA.

 

Moyson, S. (2013, June). Policy relevance and the valence of interests: Policy learning in the liberalization of the railways and the electricity sector in Belgium. In K. Ingold, D. Nohrstedt & C. Weible (Chairs). Strategies for Research Design and Analysis in Applying the Advocacy Coalition Framework. Workshop organized at the 1st International Conference on Public Policy. Grenoble, France.

 

Moyson, S. (2013, November). Filling the gap between individual and collective aspects of the policy process: Multilevel analysis of policy learning. In E. Wayenberg (Chair). Policy learning across boundaries. Workshop organized at the Celebratory Comparative Policy Analysis Conference – Validating methods for comparing public policy: Academia and Government in dialogue. Leuven, Belgium.

 

Moyson, S. (2011, May). Mieux comprendre les effets variables des législations supranationales et fédérales par l’étude des conditions individuelles de l’apprentissage de politique publique [Understanding the variable effects of supranational and federal legislation thanks to the analysis of the individual conditions of policy learning], In L. Birch (Chair), Les politiques publiques dans les Etats fédéraux et l’Union européenne : Enjeux contemporains et défis d’analyse [Public policies in federal States and the European Union : Current issues and analytical challenges. Workshop organized at the Annual Congress of the Political Sciences Association of Quebec, Montreal, Canada.

 

Moyson, S. (2011, May). A contribution to the analysis of the causal processes between dynamic system events and policy change within the advocacy coalition framework: The individual conditions of policy-oriented learning, In G. Boychuk (Chair), The transnational dimensions of domestic public policy, Law and Public Policy Section organized at the 83rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Sciences Association, Waterloo, Canada.

 

Moyson, S. (2011, April). L’individu dans le changement de politique publique: croyances individuelles, apprentissage de politique publique et caractéristiques de sous-système dans l’advocacy coalition framework [The individual in policy change : Individual beliefs, policy learning, and subsystem characteristics in the advocacy coalition framework], In A. Crespy, D. Saint-Martin, P. Ravinet & F. Varone (Chairs), Gouverner et être gouverné par les idées [To govern and to be governed by ideas], Section organized at the 4th Congress of French-speaking Political Sciences Associations, Brussels, Belgium.

 

Moyson, S. (2010, October). Le changement organisationnel des services publics de réseau : le cas du secteur ferroviaire en Belgique [The organizational change of network industries : railways in Belgium]. In D. Aubin, F. Leloup et N. Schiffino (Chairs). Jeux d’échelles et transformation de l’action publique en Europe. Workshop organized for the Conference of the Political Sciences Louvain-Europe Institute, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

 

 

Academic workshops

Riche, C., Aubin, D., & Moyson, S. (2016, November). Learning in governance networks: a review of public administration research. Research seminar on biodiversity, environmental justice and innovative public policy, organized in the context of the Louvain Partnership on Ecological and Social Transition (LPTransition).

 

Moyson, S., & Chailleux, S. (2015, February). Don’t frack me. The ban of hydraulic fracturing in France and the attempts to reverse it. Paper presented at the International workshop on The politics of hydraulic fracturing. Zurich, Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science & Technology.

 

Moyson, S. (2014, April). Modelling policy learning with weighted multilevel regression analysis. Paper presented at the Workshop on Policy Process Research. Denver, CO: University of Colorado Denver / School of Public Affairs.

 

Moyson, S. (2014, February). NWO Vidi project on officials-citizens encounters: Sub-project 3 on the organizational socialization of new recruits. Presentation at the International workshop on “Trust and distrust in public administration. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Erasmus University Rotterdam.

 

 

Professional workshops

Moyson, S., Groeneveld, S., Keulemans, S., Raaphorst, N., Van de Walle, S. (2016, November). The Public Encounter in tax administrations: Researchers-practitioners workshop. Brussels, Belgium: University Foundation.

 

Van de Walle, S., Keulemans, S. Moyson, S., & Raaphorst, N. (2016, March). The public Encounter: Intermediary results of the research project. Presentation at the top management of the Dutch Tax Administration. Utrecht, The Netherlands: Dutch Tax Administration.

 

Moyson, S. & Van de Walle, S. (2015, December). Tax officials – taxpayers interactions: The reality shock? Presentation at the Centrum Voor Kennis & Communicatie / Academie. Utrecht, The Netherlands: Dutch Tax Administration.

 

Moyson, S.(2014, November). NWO Vidi project on officials-citizens encounters: Sub-project 3 on the organizational socialization of new recruits. Presentation at an international of the Division “Research & Marketing”. Utrecht, The Netherlands: Dutch Tax Administration.