Publications of Diane Stone

Zentai V. National Roma Inclusion Policies in Central and Eastern Europe: Diverging Learning Paths with Residual Outcomes. In: Batory A, Cartwright A, Stone D, editors. Policy Experiments, Failures and Innovations: Beyond Accession In Central and Eastern Europe. Edward Elgar Publishing; in press/forthcoming.
Stone D. Knowledge Networks and Transnational Policy Processes. In: Papanagnou G, editor. Social Science and Policy Challenges: Democracy, Values and Capacities. Paris: UNESCO; 2011. p. 181-204. (Research & policy series).
Stone D. An American University in Europe: Philanthropy and Policy Studies at the Central European University . In: Halvorsen T, Nyhagen A, editors. Academic identities - academic challenges? American and European experience of the transformation of higher education. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Press; 2011.

The ASEAN-ISIS Policy Network: Interpretative Communities, Informal Diplomacy and Discourses of Region

A network of think tanks—the ASEAN-Institutes of Strategic and International Studies and their researchers—have played a proactive and sometimes influential role in regional debates on Asian economic integration and security cooperation through informal diplomacy. This paper contributes to the literature on knowledge utilisation, specifically debates on the role of policy research institutes in policy-making. Paying attention to the debates and research on economic and security cooperation which preceded attempts at institutionalisation drives analytical attention to scholars, think tanks and others in the ‘interpretive community’ who were engaged in a long term learning activity to shape domestic and regional agendas and institutionalise discourses of regional cooperation.

Krizsan A, Zentai V. From Civil Society to Policy Research. The Case of the Soros Network and Its Roma Policies. In: Stone D, Maxwell S, editors. Bridges Across Boundaries: Global Knowledge Networks and International Development. London and New York: Routledge; 2004. p. 168-84.