European Policy Analysis Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2016

EPA European Policy Analysis Volume 2, Number 1 - Spring 2016 Table of Contents Editorial Introduction to Third Issue of European Policy Analysis (EPA)________________________3 Forum Refugees and Migration in Europe_____________________________________________________7 Klaus von Beyme, University of Bielefeld, Germany Immigrants, ISIS, the Refugee Crisis, and Integration in Europe_______________________14 Randall Hansen, University of Toronto, Canada Contributions Two Levels, Two Strategies: Explaining the Gap Between Swiss National and International Responses Toward Climate Change___________________________________________________20 Karin Ingold, University of Bern, Switzerland Géraldine Pflieger, University of Geneva, Switzerland Second Tier, Second Thoughts—Why it Turns out to be so Difficult for EIOPA to Create a Single Market for Private Pensions_________________________________________________________39 Frieder Wolf, University of Heidelberg, Germany Georg Wenzelburger, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany Policy and Decision to Retire in Central and Eastern European Countries___________________67 Daiva Skučiene, Lithuanian Social Research Centre, Lithuania Julija Moskvina, Lithuanian Social Research Centre, Lithuania Decision Trees and Random Forests: Machine Learning Techniques to Classify Rare Events____98 Simon Hegelich, Technical University of Munich, Germany Special Focus: The Role of Theory in Policy Analysis The Role of Theories in Policy Studies and Policy Work: Selective Affinities between Representation and Performation?________________________________________________________________121 Robert Hoppe, University of Twente and Hal Colebatch, University of New South Wales, Australia Knowing the Future: Theories of Time in Policy Analysis________________________________150 Holger Strassheim, Humboldt University, Germany Integrative Political Strategies—Conceptualizing and Analyzing a New Type of Policy Field___168 Basil Bornemann, University of Basel, Switzerland Juggling Multiple Networks in Multiple Streams________________________________________196 Evelyne de Leeuw, UNSW Australia Research Centre for Primary Health Care & Equity, Australia Marjan Hoeijmakers, Gezondheid in Beweging, The Netherlands Dorothee T.J.M. Peters, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Why You Should Read My Book The European Public Servant: A Shared Administrative Identity? eds. Fritz Sager and Patrick Overeem__218 Decision Making under Ambiguity and Time Constraints. Assessing the Multiple-Streams Framework eds. Reimut Zohlnhöfer and Friedbert W. Rüb________________________________________________218