Francesca  Gains
Francesca Gains
Professor of Public Policy, University of Manchester
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The core executive: Gender, power and change
C Annesley, F Gains
Political Studies 58 (5), 909-929, 2010
Path dependency and the reform of English local government
F Gains, PC John, G Stoker
Public Administration 83 (1), 25-45, 2005
Delivering ‘public value’: Implications for accountability and legitimacy
F Gains, G Stoker
Parliamentary Affairs 62 (3), 438-455, 2009
Executive agencies in government: The impact of bureaucratic networks on policy outcomes
F Gains
Journal of Public Policy 23 (1), 55-79, 2003
‘Acceptable difference’: Diversity, representation and pathways to UK politics
C Durose, L Richardson, R Combs, C Eason, F Gains
Parliamentary Affairs 66 (2), 246-267, 2013
Special advisers and the transmission of ideas from the policy primeval soup
F Gains, G Stoker
Policy & Politics 39 (4), 485-498, 2011
How is institutional formation gendered, and does it make a difference? A new conceptual framework and a case study of police and crime commissioners in England and Wales
F Gains, V Lowndes
Politics & Gender 10 (4), 524-548, 2014
Elite ethnographies: potential, pitfalls and prospects for getting ‘up close and personal’
F Gains
Public Administration 89 (1), 156-166, 2011
Women and New Labour: Engendering politics and policy?
C Annesley, F Gains
Policy Press, 2007
The profile of gender equality issue attention in Western E urope
C Annesley, I Engeli, F Gains
European Journal of Political Research 54 (3), 525-542, 2015
Adapting the agency concept
F Gains
Unbundled Government: A critical analysis of the global trend to agencies …, 2004
Investigating the economic determinants of the UK gender equality policy agenda
C Annesley, F Gains
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 15 (1), 125-146, 2013
The impact of political leadership on organisational performance: Evidence from English urban government
F Gains, S Greasley, P John, G Stoker
Local government studies 35 (1), 75-94, 2009
Pathways to politics
C Durose, F Gains, L Richardson, R Combs, K Broome, C Eason
Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Report 65, 2, 2011
Implementing privatization policies in ‘next steps’ agencies
F Gains
Public Administration 77 (4), 713-730, 1999
What do bureaucrats like doing? Bureaucratic preferences in response to institutional reform
F Gains, P John
Public Administration Review 70 (3), 455-463, 2010
Narratives and dilemmas of local bureaucratic elites: Whitehall at the coal face?
F Gains
Public administration 87 (1), 50-64, 2009
Metro mayors: Devolution, democracy and the importance of getting the ‘Devo Manc’design right
F Gains
Representation 51 (4), 425-437, 2015
Can Cameron capture women's votes? The gendered impediments to a conservative majority in 2015
C Annesley, F Gains
Parliamentary Affairs 67 (4), 767-782, 2014
Surveying the landscape of modernisation: executive agencies under New Labour
F Gains
Public Policy and Administration 18 (2), 4-20, 2003
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