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This article draws on the Programmatic Action Framework (PAF) to tackle the question of how the dominance and decline of a specific policy programme in a policy sector can be explained. It starts from the observation that visionary policy programmes, defined as a set of policy goals and instruments that find their expression in subsequently adopted and interconnected policy reforms, may shape a sector's policies over several decades. Linking policy programmes to programmatic groups that promotedoi:10.1017/s0143814x20000185 fatcat:gaj6nzbcbfdp5pigwxtwtxzr4y