My published research focuses on agenda-setting, information processing, and public policy decision-making. My work, more broadly, examines the policy process and the ways political actors interact with decision-making environment.
Eissler, Rebecca, Annelise Russell, and Bryan D. Jones. 2014. “New Avenues for the Study of Agenda-Setting.” The Policy Studies Journal 42 (S1): S71-S86.
Eissler, Rebecca and Bryan D. Jones. 2019. “The United States Policy Agendas Project” in Comparative Policy Agendas: Theory, Tools, Data. Ed. Frank R. Baumgartner, Christian Breunig, and Emiliano Grossman. London: Oxford University Press.
Eissler, Rebecca, Peter B. Mortensen, and Annelise Russell. “Local government agenda setting.” Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting (2016): 297.
Eissler, Rebecca, Annelise Russell, and Bryan D. Jones. 2016. “The Transformation of Ideas: The Origin and Evolution of Punctuated Equilibrium Theory” in Contemporary Approaches to Public Policy. Ed. Philippe Zittoun and B. Guy Peters. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Eissler, Rebecca and Annelise Russell. 2016 “The Policy Agendas Project,” in American Governance. eds. Stephen Schechter, Thomas S. Vontz, Thomas A. Birkland, Mark A. Graber, and John J. Patrick. Vol. 4. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.