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2016

Schlaufer, Caroline; Stucki, Iris; Sager, Fritz (25 August 2016). The Political Use of Evaluations in Democratic Discourse: Enrichment or Exclusion? (Unpublished). In: EGPA Conference. Utrecht. 25.08.2016.

Stucki, Iris (2016). Arguing about smoking bans: the role of evidence in the social construction of conflicting policy ideas. Critical Policy Studies, pp. 1-22. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/19460171.2016.1208108

Mavrot, Céline; Stucki, Iris; Sager, Fritz; Etter, Jean-François (2016). Efficacy of an Internet-based, individually tailored smoking cessation program: A randomized trial. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 1357633X1665547. 10.1177/1357633X16655476

Stucki, Iris (2016). Evidence-based arguments in direct democracy: The case of smoking bans in Switzerland. (In Press). Evaluation and Program Planning Elsevier 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2016.08.019

2015

Stucki, Iris (2015). The use of evidence in public debates in the media: the case of Swiss direct-democratic campaigns in the health policy sector. Evidence and Policy, 12(4), pp. 487-504. Policy Press 10.1332/174426415X14375563594446

2014

Stucki, Iris; Schlaufer, Caroline (2014). Rezension zu: Jan Hense / Stefan Rädiker / Wolfgang Böttcher / Thomas Widmer (Hrsg.), Forschung über Evaluation. Bedingungen, Prozesse, Wirkungen, Waxmann, Münster etc. 2013. LeGes - Gesetzgebung & Evaluation, 25(1), pp. 149-152. Schweizerische Bundeskanzlei

2013

Stucki, Iris; Schlaufer, Caroline (June 2013). Tracing the Evidence: The Use of Evaluation Results in Direct-Democratic Campaigns (Unpublished). In: International Conference on Public Policy ICPP. Genoble. 26.-28.06.2013.

Sager, Fritz; Mavrot, Céline; Stucki, Iris (2013). Évaluation des programmes Coach et Tabacologue de Stop-tabac.ch. Étude sur mandat de l’Institut de Médecine Sociale et Préventive de l’Université de Genève (IMSP) Bern: Kompetenzzentrum für Public Management der Universität Bern

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