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fsQCA presentation

POGO 8196 - Research design in political research
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jeroen van der heijden

on 25 February 2016

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Applying an innovative method
Fuzzy set Qualitative Comparative Analysis
Rembrandt:
Blue
Yellow
Red
Van Gogh:
Blue
Yellow
To get green:
A mix of paint is needed
Blue and yellow are sufficient
To get green:
A mix of paint is needed
Blue and yellow are sufficient
SBL Boston:
Strict rules
Low mon. rewards
High government involvement
LEED:
Strict rules
High monetary rewards
No government involvement
Outcomes of interest:
Participants
Contribution to desired collective end
Ongoing urbanization
Extreme weather events
Dr Jeroen van der Heijden
Australian National University, Regulatory Institutions Network
University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Law School
Topic of study
Voluntary programs for urban sustainability
Theoretical framework
Design conditions
Context conditions
Rules
Enforcement
Rewards
Monetary
Showcasing leadership
Other
Existing legislation
Economic circumstances
Societal pressure
Government involvement
Monetary support
Non-monetary support
Data
Case #1
Rules > 20% beyond compliance
Enforcement = third party
Rewards
Monetary = high, through label
Showcasing leadership = high, but not key for participants
Other = futile
Outcomes
No of participants
Change of behaviour
Design
Outcomes
Participants = 20,000+
Change of behaviour = under goals set, not futile
Data
Case #2
Rules > 10% beyond compliance
Enforcement = participant/administrator
Rewards
Monetary = marginal, not dominant
Showcasing leadership = high
Other = information through participation
Design
Government involvement
Monetary support = none, but launching customer
Non-monetary support = none
Outcomes
Participants = 100+
Change of behaviour = beyond goals set
Government involvement
Monetary support = grant funding
Non-monetary support = high admin support
Equifinality
Conjunctural causation
The data analysis problem...
60 cases like...
...ask for a systematic comparative approach
?
What does (fs)QCA provide?
Gain insight in
Equifinality
Conjunctural causation
Data asymmetry

Come to evidence based typologies
Lenient rules * high monetary rewards
Strict rules * strict enforcement * non-mon gov't support
Lenient rules * strict enforcement * high information gain

The logic and a systematic tool to...
But (perhaps) more important
The logic and a systematic tool to...
Provide for high internal and external validity

Assess the explanatory reach of existing theories

Combine inductive and deductive research
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